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A carving showing Weret-hekau. From the time of Ramesses II

Werethekau is an Egyptian Goddess, credited with supernatural powers. The name weret hekau means "great of magic".[1] Werethekau was the god of protection magic, and was often seen with Isis and Ra in the carvings.

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  1. Barbara S. Lesko, The great goddesses of Egypt, University of Oklahoma Press, 1999, p 74