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Isis and Aphrodite also have proved appealing for their sexual and magical powers. Below is a papyrus image of Isis resurrecting the dead Osiris via fellatio. Behind him is Anubis.
This may not be what New Age Feminism has in mind. So, below is the symbol of Isis known as the tyet ("life"), sometimes known as the "knot of Isis" or the menstrual "blood of Isis" - it seems to identify her with resurrection - powerful imagery for feminism.
Below is the temple complex of Philae in Egypt today. Philae was associated with Osiris and Isis until the Byzantine emperor Justinian closed it and re-dedicated its temples to the Virgin Mary. With the invasion of Islam it lost its mystical power. This is not the actual site: the buildings were relocated to higher ground nearby when the area was flooded with the creation of the Aswan Dam.