Lotto (LOTR-in short) is an Egyptian god, word or term. In ancient astrology, it indicates a position of supreme power, domination, and prestige. This god’s symbol, the lotus, is the flower of the Egyptian sky and symbolizes the power, fertility, and harmony of the Nile River. In Egypt, lotre usually means “sky” or “sun.” Lotre, however, is also considered the second most important position for an astrological person to assume.
The two Egyptian gods responsible for the zodiac system, Osiris and Horus, also have symbols that include lotuses. They are also associated with other Egyptian gods such as Anubis and Seth. The undying Sun God, Ra, was also considered by Egyptians as the keeper of life and had the highest place among all the Egyptian gods. He is sometimes represented by the sun or the moon, sometimes by a man with a sword and shield and at other times by the lotus. In Western astrology, the two Egyptian gods are associated with the phases of the moon known as the Moon and the Sun.
The lotus flower represents the feminine symbol of fertility in Feng Shui. It is also said to represent the feminine power and the inner strength of a woman. It is the flower of the Moon and the one who receive the full moon at the Full Moon each year. Ancient Egyptians, as is well known, were adept in astrological astrology. Some believe that the Egyptian god, Osiris, may also be recognized by the symbol of the lotus flower.
In ancient Egypt, the moon’s phase would affect the crops, as well as the behavior of animals and human beings. The Moon God, Osiris, is often represented by a jackal or a lion with large fangs. It is also believed that the Moon God, Re, rules the night and the days, while the Sun God, Horus, rules the day and the hours of the day. It is interesting to note that in ancient Egyptian mythology, Osiris is sometimes identified with the god Anubis, who is sometimes identified as a ram. This is probably due to the fact that the moon appears to move between the Earth and the sky, while Anubis appears to have a limber body. However, some scholars suggest that this mythology actually reflects a truth about the relation between the Sun God and the Moon God.
Another mythological creature associated with the Moon is the “tuj” as it is also known in Indonesian, meaning “one foot”. In ancient times, the “tuj” was a sacred place where sacrifices were made, as well as a place used for meditation. Interestingly enough, the word for “tuj” actually means “one foot” in the Polynesian language, which strongly suggests that the idea of the tju in the ancient times has migrated over into modern day Indonesia. Many examples of tju can be seen all over the cities of Java, Surabaya and Makassar, as well as in other cities like Langkawi and Seminyak.
A unique characteristic of the Moon is its relation with the color black. In many cultures around the world, including that of the ancient Egyptians, the Moon was associated with the color black because it was believed that the Moon exude life energy. This “life force” is referred to in the Inari Berencana Membeli as the “invisible light” and is often described by Yoga practitioners as having the ability to illuminate one’s path by creating a path of light that can be seen only by the one who is walking in that particular direction. This is most certainly the same concept as the so-called “bhaat” or “paah” in Feng Shui practice, whereby the placement of a building, or its proximity to a source of water, can affect the inhabitants within the building.