Djed is an Ancient Egyptian symbol shaped like a pillar or the sacrum of a bull’s spine. It represents stability. It has been interpreted as the spine of the God Osiris and was used ceremonially during the Renewal Festival as a phallic symbol symbolizing the potency and longevity of the Pharoah’s rule.
About Morningbird (Witchipedia's Founder)
I am a homesteading hearth witch who grew up along the shores of the Hudson River and has lived among the Great Lakes for the past 20 years. Together with my musical husband and youngest child, I steward a one-acre mini homestead with herb, vegetable and flower gardens, chickens, ducks, geese and rabbits, and areas reserved for native plants and wildlife.
I have three children; two are grown, and I have been practicing magick alone and with family and friends for over 30 years.