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Egyptology didn't just find them, not know what they are, and then "decide" to call it a wand.
Reclassification of archaeological objects happens all the time and is not unusual with science.
MerkabaMeditationAlso, as I mentioned in my original post - it might be a wand and have some other function, so I'm not excluding it being a wand.
Decoding Egyptian Heiroglyphs, Bridget McDermott, Chronicle Books, 2001
EGYPT: People, Gods, Pharoahs, by Rose-Marie and Rainer Hagen, Taschen GmbH, 2003 The Global Egyptian Museum website explains, the entities depicted "would magically turn their aggressive instincts against those who would do evil to the mother and child. Both sides of this piece of ivory are decorated in a similar fashion..." Among the various entities are "a serpent, a crocodile, a brazier, the god Aha-the fighter-, a hippopotamus, a Seth animal, another hippo, a knife, the frog-goddess Heqet and a winged griffin."
Reclassification of archaeological objects happens all the time and is not unusual with science. Also, as I mentioned in my original post - it might be a wand and have some other function, so I'm not excluding it being a wand.edit on 12-1-2014 by MerkabaMeditation because: (no reason given)