The Papyrus Museum was another amazing looking building (it was a state sanctioned store so it is much nicer than most buildings we drove by in Aswan even the hotels) they did this really interesting presentation about papyrus. It was a great presentation on how they make the papyrus. Did you ever hear about it? I totally loved it. I think I will remember that for a long time so if you want to know...ask me...I can tell you.
At first, I wasn't sure what I wanted. I did love the Goddess Nut Papyrus. (Just so you know how to pronounce it--it is Noot not nut! hahaha) It was extremely beautiful because it depicted a blue sky with stars on it--amazing! Then, I knew exactly which Papyrus I was looking for.
See, often in twinflame relationships one remembers and the other does not. In my experience with my twin, I really believed he remembered before me. I mean I felt something immediately, but I kind of ran away because it wasn't what it was supposed to be at least not what I conceived in my mind for it to be; but he remembered right away. His spirit spoke through his human mouth the following, "I know I am supposed to love you, marry you and have children with you in this life." (yes, in this life is what he said.) And then long story short--he forgot again. The story of me and my twin will one day be written. Before, I go too far off on the tangent into the twinflame oddysey, I will remember for the moment I am writing about my experiences in Egypt.
This picture to me is an ultimate representation of twinflames. Isis represented the twin who remembered who her other half was even when Osiris was killed and hidden from her. Her undying love, the search for her husband and the belief that she could breathe life back into him. If you look closely, this depicts Osiris as he may have looked pieced back together. (If you remember the story, he was chopped up into pieces by his brother Set and Isis searched and searched for him not letting it go knowing one day she would find her beloved. When she found him she pieced him back together(except one important male part--interesting...hmmm)and breathed life back into him. This is why she is represented with the key of life, the Ankh, as she is also known as the Goddess of Life. The connection for twinflames in this picture is more than just the unwavering love and faith Isis had for Osiris, her twin; it was also the "piecing together" of Osiris. Before coming together, twinflames piece together their past lives, heal them and are prepared to help their twin to come to them more fully. The pieces they are putting back together are the many "lifetimes" they lived apart since their creation and all that needs to occur for their full reunion.
(Several years ago, I was out hiking with a friend. After the hike, I sat and did a meditation and a friend was there with me. I was describing to him all that I had seen. It was this beautiful woman coming my way as she approached closer she asked me to open my hands. I put my hands our with palms up reaching. She placed something within it. It looked like a funny looking key. After, I came out of the meditation, my friend laughed at me and said you need to brush up on your goddesses. That was Isis and she just gave you the key of life, the Ankh. Wow...and boy did she because after that I felt the power to make my life more beautiful.)
I did purchase a few other papyrus items. Here is one that I plan to have framed and placed in my office. Nature always speaks to me especially birds, rocks and trees. This particular picture stood out to me because it had lots of color (which I love) and the birds in a tree.