Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Wepwawet


Symbolizes opening the way, guidance, and protection. In ancient Egyptian religion, Wepwawet is a god who opens the way for the deceased to safely travel to the afterlife, often depicted as a wolf or a man with a wolf’s head. Dreaming of Wepwawet may represent the need for guidance, clarity, and protection as the dreamer navigates new paths or transitions in life. It emphasizes the importance of seeking direction and safeguarding one’s journey.

Themes: “guidance”, “protection”, “clarity”, “transition”, “direction”

More in: “Egyptian Mythology: A Guide to the Gods, Goddesses, and Traditions of Ancient Egypt” by Geraldine Pinch.

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