KHONSU NUBIAN ART PRINT
Khonsu was an ancient Nile Valley Neter of the Moon since the earliest times in Kemetic history. His name Khonsu also spelled as Chonsu, Khensu, Khons, Chons or Khonshu which means “The Traveller” or “The Wanderer”, reflects to the moon wandering across the night sky. He is also revered as the Neter of time. Khonsu also had given titles such as Embracer, Pathfinder, and Defender as he was thought to watch over night travelers. Khonsu was invoked to protect against wild animals, increase male virility, and to aid with healing. It was believed that Khonsu cause the crescent moon to shine, cattle to become fertile, women to conceive and every throat of the people were filled with fresh air. His appearance portrayed as a young man with the royal sidelock and punt beard hair (worn by Kemetic children), wearing lunar headdress that shows the disk of a full moon cradled in a crescent new moon. He holds the crook and flail. Occasionally, Khonsu also depicted as a falcon headed man wearing wearing the crescent of the new moon subtending the disc of the full moon on his head. Perfect for framing and displaying in your home or office. Available in sizes 16 x 24 & 24 x 36.
The African historian who evades the problem of Egypt is neither modest nor objective nor unruffled. He is ignorant, cowardly and neurotic. The ancient Egyptians were Negroes. The moral fruit of their civilization is to be counted among the assets of the Black world.”
― Cheikh Anta Diop, The African Origin of Civilization: Myth or Reality