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SISTRUMS (SISTRA)
Hathor Sistrum - Bast Sistrum
Goddess Isis with Sistrum
Goddess Rattle
Musical and Tonal Invocation and Clearing Tool
bast sistrum bast sistrum NEW!  Bast Sistrum
Sacred Rattle with Metal Jingles
10.5 inches long / 26.67 cm

Wonderful ringing sound and lovely traditional design.
Lighter weight for longer playing time.


$38.00

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isis sistrum isis sistrum NEW! Isis Sistrum
Sacred Rattle with Metal Jingles
11 inches long / 27.94 cm

Wonderful ringing sound and lovely traditional design.
Lighter weight for longer playing time.


$35.00

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Hathor Sistrum

Hathor Sistrum

12.75 inch Blue Resin with Brass Jingles- Heavy and High Quality. This authentically recreated Goddess rattle is a replica of those shaken by the Hathor Priestesses. 1.5 pounds or .68 kg.

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$63.00

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Bast Sistrum

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Bast Sistrum

Egyptian sacred rattle used to create sacred spaces, for clearing, or as an accompaniment to dancing or chanting. Powerful jingles come from all this metal on metal. This sistrum is quite a bit lighter than the Hathor sistrum at just under a pound.
Copper with black/gold resin handle.


$40.00

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Greek Isis with Sistrum  Close Up Goddess Isis with sistrum top  Close Up Goddess Isis with sistrum lower Greek Goddess Isis
with Sistrum

Beautiful reproduction of the black basalt statues recently recovered from the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Alexandria. One of our favorites too!
9 inch black resin statue.


$45.00

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HATHOR SISTRUM SYMBOLISM: Hathor's sistrum shape forms an ankh with bars attached inside the loop which holds small cymbal-like objects that make a sound similar to a deeper tambourine when rattled. 
     There were two types of sistrums used: the ankh-shaped (Bast Sistrum) was mainly used in public celebrations and festivals. The second (Hathor Sistrum) had the face of Hathor at the bottom and the top was usually in the shape of a "naos", or shrine. Used in rites of invocation and initiati it was said that the sound of the sistrum would soothe and placate Hathor in order to invoke her more amiable side. Due to this special relation with music, the priests and priestesses who resided in Dendera were usually accomplished musicians and dancers, and a festival was not complete without their presence.

BAST SISTRUM: Make a Joyful Noise! We have recreated this Egyptian sacred rattle to glorify Bast. Its tinkling will bring energy & fervor to your daily meditation. Egyptian Priestesses used sistrums to create a circle of protection around themselves and to banish unwanted negative energy. Bast, the Sacred Cat, is also the Egyptian goddess of pleasure, music, dancing and joy. 

ANCIENT USAGE AND BAST SISTRUM SYMBOLISM: The sistrum is shaken during ceremonies and as in the Bast Sistrum, one side of the arched body represents the Beginning, the Alpha; the other side the End, the Omega. The brass arch itself symbolizes the Arch of Heaven, and the two metal bars are the elements. Shaking the rings represents shaking the forces of nature by or through the influence of the Divine Spirit of Life.