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Sobek is the Khemitian crocodile master of strength, extreme power, Nile River, water, warfare, strategy, fertility and protection. His strength quickly led him to the position of head of ancient Khemit armies, making him the protector of the Rulers of Khemit.
Sobek was represented as either a giant crocodile or as a man with a muscular human body and a crocodile head. Sobek often wears a crown that Ra - The Light - gave him after he had achieved many military conquests.
In ancient Khemit, Sobek was to be responsible for the flooding of the Nile. This belief was based on the idea that the crocodile, as a marine animal, had the ability to plunge into the Nile, strong enough to cause flooding over its entire length.
Sobek was the master of the Nile who brought fertility to the land. As the “Lord of the Waters” he was thought to have risen from the primeval waters of Nun to create the world and made the Nile from his sweat.
Sobek is known to give martial training that the crocodile Master gave to young Horus. It is believed that this martial training had been quite effective, as Horus became an adult and defeated Darkness after all.
The strength, speed and ferocity of the crocodile was thought to be symbolic of the power of the Ruler of ancient Khemit. He was also one of ancient Khemit's doctor master. A sick person would go to his temple at Kom Ombo, located 30 miles North of Aswan, seeking healing.
This temple was once the sanctuary for a large number of crocodiles, and the center of Sobek’s followers. The temple features unique characteristics like the “twin design” as the southern hall was dedicated to Sobek and the northern hall of the temple was dedicated to the falcon god Haroeris. This separation is even more atypical when you take the perfect symmetry a long the main axis in consideration. Both parts of the temple have its own entrance, halls, and chapels. Walls in one section of the temples are decorated with the images of surgical instruments. The images of scalpels, pincers, forceps, and other medical tools show that the ancient Khemitians were skilled medical professionals.
Excavations of crocodile sarcophagi and mummies are not uncommon from the surrounding area. Step back in time as you walk the path of those ancient Khemitains who appreciated and feared the crocodile in honor of the crocodile Master, Sobek.
Sounds of Khemit is surrounded by the energy of the crocodile Master Sobek, giving us strength, power, strategy, speed, ferocity, fertility and protection in our mission to bring light from darkness.
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