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Ra the sun god of the Egyptians

The painting of the eyes comes from an Egyptian ritualistic custom in worship of the sun god ra that he understood in the eye of ra, by which the Egyptians determined that they were part of this divinity by painting their eyes according to the zoomorphic animal of Ra.

Hieroglyph:
Eye of Horus, Eye of Horus (originally, The Eye of Ra) is a symbol, derived from Ancient Egypt, which means protection and power, related to the deity Horus or Ra. It is one of the most used amulets in Egypt in all ages.
Amulet with the eye of Horus, at the Louvre Museum, France. According to the legend of Osiris, in his revenge, Seth pulled out Horus's left eye which was replaced by this amulet. After his recovery, Horus can organize new fights that led him to the decisive victory over Seth.
The Eye of Horus symbolized real power. The ancients believed that this symbol of indestructibility could assist in rebirth, by virtue of their beliefs about the soul. This symbol appears on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States of America.
The Right Eye of Horus represents concrete, factual information, controlled by the left cerebral hemisphere. It deals with words, letters, and numbers, and with things that are describable in terms of complete sentences or thoughts. He approaches the universe in a masculine way.
The Left Eye of Horus represents abstract aesthetic information, controlled by the right hemisphere of the brain. It deals with esoteric thoughts and feelings and is responsible for intuition. He addresses the universe in a female way. We use the Left Eye, female-oriented, the direct side of the brain, for feelings and intuition.

 

The Cosmetics

The origins of cosmetics are very old, dating from the Badarian period, that is, around 4000 BC in ancient Egypt.
Generally speaking, cosmetics in Ancient Egypt were produced in the form of creams and powders and were used by men and women. At that time, perfumes and creams based on flowers, seeds and fruits were prepared from oils and fats.

Cosmetics involve paintings of ritualistic origin, the painting on the eyes comes mainly from the eye of ra.

Without noticing the women use the ritualistic customs of ancient Egypt, related to the ancient gods of Egypt.

Such customs are of Egyptian origin and by biblical culture we would have

Lev 20:23 And do not walk in the customs of the peoples which I cast out before you; because they did all these things, and I loathed them.
See Jezebel's action notably

2Ki 9:30 Afterwards Jehu came to Jizreel; what, hearing Jezebel, he painted himself around the eyes, and decorated his head, and looked out the window.

See that this was the aforementioned custom of Jezebel a wicked and obstinate woman. Would the people of God be sent to use the Egyptian ritualistic customs or the customs of Jezebel who worshiped the pagan gods?

To accept the use of painting in resemblance to the Masonic symbol of the dollar bill?

Jos 24:15 But if it seems wrong to you to serve the Lord, choose today whom you will serve; whether to the gods your fathers served, who were beyond Rio, or to the gods of the Amorreus, in whose land you dwell. But my house and I will serve the Lord.
 




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