The ancient Egyptians revered Ra as the god who created everything. Also known as the Sun God, Ra was a powerful deity and a central god of the Egyptian pantheon. The ancient Egyptians worshiped Ra more than any other god and pharaohs often connected themselves with Ra in their efforts to be seen as the earthly embodiment of the Sun God. Ra (pronounced ray) represents sunlight, warmth and growth. It was only natural that the ancient Egyptians would believe him to be the creator of the world, as well as part of him being represented in every other god. The ancient Egyptians believed that every god should illustrate some aspect of him, while Ra himself should also represent every god.
This adjustable mala bracelet is part of our Water Collection. It incorporates the same beads as its matching full-size 108 bead mala necklace (Link below). This particular bracelet is comprised of Carnelian, with Black Onyx marker beads and a Lava Stone sliding bead as an adjustable clasp.Read More