The Noble Krewe of Hathor
Feature story for The Downtowner Magazine
Ancient Egyptians revered the goddess Hathor as the otherworldly embodiment of love, mirth, motherhood and music. They worshipped her in their Memphis on the banks of their own mighty river, while h ere on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, the Noble Krewe of Hathor has taken her name and vowed to help those in need.
This new world Krewe, however, is not a lithe goddess with the horns of a bull holding a sun disk and Uraeus, as she’s been depicted on urns and in texts for centuries, but a 501-c-3 whose mission is to raise money and awareness for local charities … (read more)