A symbol of Buddhi, reflected upon the astral plane, or as the vehicle of atma. "Hathor means 'Abode of Horus'. She was the goddess of love and joy. The cow was sacred to her." "The golden Hathor was goddess of the western sky which received the dying sun in the glow of sunset."--Wiedeman, Rel. of Egyptians, pp. 30, 142. Buddhi (cow-Hathor) receives the incarnate God (dying sun) in the first division of the Tuat, and parts with Him in the last, when rising victorious to his own plane (atma). Het-Heru is associated with Sphere 7 of the Tree of Life and represents the part of the Spirit (SAHU) that governs joy and the imagination. She is known as "House of Heru" in the Kamitic tradition and Oshun in the Yoruba. The greeks knew her as Aphrodite and the romans knew her as Venus. The Het-Heru faculty is intimately connected with that which the Kamau called RA, or life-force, and what is known as Chi to the Chinese, Kundalini to the Hindus, and ngolo to the Kongo people of Central Africa. Principal Festivals of Het-Heru: 17th September-1st Hethara-Feast of Het-Heru 21th September-5th Hethara-Autumn Equinox, Honors to Het-Heru. In these two Festivals Het-Heru is associated with the zodiacal Virgo as the Divine Mother of the King. 4th October-5th Koiak-Festival of Het-Heru 2nd November-17th Koiak-Festival of Het-Heru 23rd December-8th Mechir-Feast Day of Het-Heru 16th June-3rd Mesore--Feast of Raet, Feast of Het-Heru as Sirius.