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The Divine Overseer of the Created Universe

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The Divine Overseer of the Created Universe

[The 16th Letter/Lunar Manzala't with numerical value of 70 - The Letter 'Ayn' which also means 'Eye']

The most distinctive Egyptian symbol is the eye, which plays many complex and subtle roles. The eye symbolizes the following meanings:

Omniscience:—This term refers to the all-knowing nature of God. Webster defines it as “the quality of knowing all things at once; universal knowledge; knowledge unbounded or infinite.” In short, God possesses superior knowledge and wisdom about everything, and that knowledge is all encompassing.

Omnipotence: —This term refers to the all powerful nature of God. Looking at Webster again, this is defined as “almighty power; unlimited or infinite power; a word in strictness applicable only to God.” He is the all-powerful Lord who has created all things and sustains them by His Word.

Omnipresence: —This term that refers to the unlimited nature of God or His ability to be everywhere at all times. Relying upon Webster’s, once again, we see omnipresence defined as “presence in every place at the same time; unbounded or universal presence; ubiquity.”

[An excerpt from Egyptian Alphabetical Letters of Creation Cycle by Moustafa Gadalla]


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