What’s in a name? The Goddess Isis was the inspiration for Kelsey Ketch’s triology, ‘Descendants of Isis.’ a contemporary thriller steeped in Egyptian Mythology.
Now a days, when we hear the name Isis, we automatically think of terrorism and destruction. This is mostly thanks to the media continually using it to refer to a group known for these attributes, which has actually switched between many different acronyms in short periods of time. However, the name Isis once was revered, not feared, and still is by certain people who understand its true origin.
Isis is the ancient Greek name meaning ‘the throne,’ and is commonly used to refer to the Egyptian goddess, Aset, one of the oldest goddesses of ancient Egypt. She was a mother goddess as well as the goddess of magic. Her back story takes on many different twists, but the most widely known as being the oldest daughter of Nut, the sky goddess, and Geb, god of earth.
She and her husband, Osiris, traveled Egypt teaching the people new methods of agriculture…
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