The Tree of Life

The Ishad Tree, or the Tree of Consciousness, is called in Ancient Egypt the Tree of Life.
It is a representation of the higher consciousness to which everyone aspires, either by following a path of light derived from it or by striving to achieve its steps, such as establishing the justice of Ma'at.
In ancient Egypt, consciousness is unified after death.
The good souls transform into luminous beings who are bathe in the eternal circle and live in the afterlife.
There they meet the righteous people who preceded them and they join the circle of wisdom to feed the earth with the wisdom the earthly world so desperately needs.
In the tomb of Thutmose III, there is a unique view where Isis, the cosmic mother, represents the tree of life and even gives the soul of the deceased a swallow of water that will never make him thirsty again.

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