Egyptian Bee Patch
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This patch is not only my logo, but a powerful ancient symbol.
In ancient Egypt honey and wax were used for religious as well as practical purposes. Sacred animals were fed cakes sweetened with honey. Mummies were sometimes embalmed in honey, and often sarcophagi were sealed up with beeswax. Jars of honey were left in tombs as offerings the dead, to give them something to eat in the afterlife.
Egyptian mythology contains countless references to bees, including the belief that they were formed from the tears of the most important god in its pantheon, RA. The bee is even featured on the Rosetta Stone.
Made Ethically in Tasmania Australia from a program that supports and gives income to people with mental and physical disabilities.