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Heka is the Egyptian god of magic and medicine, like Isis and Thoth. He is the son of Khnum and Mekhit (or Neith). It is unknown if his path of magic is being studied. His name means 'magic', as he is the anthropomorphism of magic itself.
Heka was depicted as a beautiful, young and healthy child. Heka meant activating the Ka. He was thought to activate the Ka. Ancient Egyptians thought that by activating the soul, you could use heka (magic). Heka is more of a personification of magic.
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