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Online Reference For Body, Mind & Spirit

Term: Akh

DEFINITION:
One of the three parts of the soul according to ancient Egyptian belief. A person must have all three parts to live, and if one part died they all died. The Akh is the immortality of a person; the spirit. In Egyptian symbolism it was depicted as a bird or a flame of fire. In some transliterations of the Egyptian language, Akh is written as Akhu, Ikhu, or just Khu.
AUTHOR:  Donald Michael Kraig
See also:  AkhuIkhuKhu
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