Eye of Ra

Portrait of Oona Nostra with elaborate eye makeup

Eye of Ra

E is for Egypt

Eye of Ra

An ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health. The eye is personified in the goddess Wadjet. It is also known as ”The Eye of Oona.” Always watchful, gazing over the Medici University campus, or in the mirror for one of her many daily clothing changes.

When one says “The Eye of Ra is upon you” it is meant to be in good graces, as in making the University Honor Roll. To be “Unseen by the Eye,” is an insult, or to be a failure, as in headed for Academic Probation.

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