Eye Of Horus
One of the gods of the ancient Egyptians was a falcon with the sun as its right eye, signifying strength and quintessence, and the moon as its left eye, signifying healing. The Eye of Horus evolved into a holy representation of sacrifice, healing, regeneration, completeness, and protection in ancient Egypt as a result of this well-known narrative. Its sign was frequently carved into amulets and jewelry made of gold, silver, porcelain, lapis, wood, and carnelian in order to guarantee the wearers' health and protection as well as to bestow upon them fortune and knowledge. Additionally, it was carved into burial monuments to provide the deceased's souls with a safe path to the underworld and the afterlife.