Goddess Neith

Goddess Neith


Neith or Net was the Egyptian Goddess of war, hunting, creation, and weaving. Her name also may be interpreted as meaning, water. Over time, she personified the primordial waters of creation, was identified as a great mother goddess in this role as a creator, and the deity who wove all of the world and existence into being on her loom. Neith is considered a protector of women and a guardian of marriage. Since she also was goddess of war, and thus had an additional association with death, it was said that she wove the bandages and shrouds worn by the mummified dead as a gift to them.

Gemstones: Turquoise serves as a bridge between the physical and the spiritual. The stone facilitates communication to the Universe and creation. The color blue promotes calmness, truthfulness, and honesty. Carnelian bolsters creativity, free expression, self-esteem, and courage. The stone can help the wearer see the connection between emotions and physical challenges. Helps reduce fear, rage, and jealousy. Waist bead also includes red pearl.

Intention: I intend to objectively help others to resolve disputes. I will energetically provide protection for those who can benefit from my strength. I intend to courageously overcome abuses of all kinds and free myself from the detrimental cycle of power and control.


Notes: Intentions are provided as a guide. All waist bead designs are unique; the gemstones and color palette will be similar while the finished design will vary.

Add To Cart