Art Witch Wednesday Live Stream: Creating a Shrine to the Egyptian God Thoth

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In this live stream I create a shrine to Thoth, the Egyptian God of Writing and sacred texts, mathematics, science, knowledge and more

Thoth is the god of the moon, sacred texts, mathematics, the sciences, magic, messenger and recorder of the deities, master of knowledge, and patron of scribes. His Egyptian name was Djehuty, which means “He who is like the Ibis.” He was depicted as an ibis bird or a baboon.

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An inspirational video on scribes in ancient Egypt:

Affiliate Links to materials used

Thoth statue
Treasure Gold Paint

Things you can make shrines inside of
Plain unfinished wood box with 5×7.5” opening (set of 2)
A Lantern
A Cigar Box:
Unfinished Wood Boxes:

Frames for in front or behind a shrine
Plain unfinished wood frames with 5×7” opening
Laser cut frames

Decorative wooden Appliques

Glitter Mod Podge
Gloss Mod Podge
Mini Heat gun for drying paint (purple)
Posca Chalk Pens
Fine Point:
Extra Fine Point:
Double Stick Adhesive Roller
Foam Tape

My Camera:
My Microphone

Music from YouTube Audio Library. Attributions below:
Sea of Memory, Dreamland, Invisible Beauty, Angel’s Dream, Frozen in Love, Dancing Star, Heavenly, Kiss the Sky, White River, Drops of Earth, We are the Rain, Shattered Paths & Lifting Dreams by Aakash Gandhi

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