The name Wadjet (w??yt, "green one") is derived from the term for the symbol of her domain, Lower Egypt, the papyrus. Her name means "papyrus-colored one" as wadj is the ancient Egyptian word for the colour green (in reference to the colour of the papyrus plant) and the et is an indication of her gender. Its hieroglyphs differ from those of the Green Crown (Red Crown) of Lower Egypt only by the determinative, which in the case of the crown was a picture of the Green Crown and, in the case of the goddess, a rearing cobra.
Wadjet as Wadjet-Bast, depicted as the body of a woman with a lioness head, wearing the uraeus.
Lacking of understanding, The Egyptologists are searching a word's meaning in matching with the green colour between a statue and papyrus plant.
So called Ancient Egyptian statue of goddess 'Wadjet' has six symbolic indications.
1. Sun disc 'rh' behind cobra: The above hieroglyph indicates toward Sanskrit word 'R-h j% > jg, which means 'the fire, speed, loves desire, heat: The sign is showing a speed giver-wheel with axis. It is not the sun but a wheel, which is a symbol of speed. In so called 'wadjet' statue, glyph rh is used for 'fire' also.
2. A rearing cobra: The Indian Veda based cobra or snake is an important part of the world's culture and religion. The Sanskrit words "A-hi-h vfg% and Na-g-h ukx%" have same meaning, one is 'snake, cobra, serpent and other is 'cloud'.
The Hebrew word 'nahash (serpent)' is a corrupt form of Sanskrit word N-hu-sh ugq"k, which means 'a serpent as well as 'cloud'. Why is nhush used for serpent and cloud? Sanskrit nhush is a conjunct word of "n-h" and "u-sh", which mean "to tie, bind, bind on or round or together, gird round, to coil" and "dawn, rising (as sun)", respectively. The cloud and serpent have similar action; both of them get up or rise after coiling.
|3. A lion head: The Sanskrit word for lion is va-sh ok'k which mean 'to roar, cry, howl, shriek'. Word 'va-sh' is used for lion as well as for lighting also famine gender va-shi ok'kh for lightning in Indian mythology, which is an originator of world's religions. The lightning and a lion are known for roaring.|
4. 'Nemes' on lion head: The 'nemes' is the striped head cloth worn by pharaohs in ancient Egypt. It covered the whole crown and back of the head and nape of the neck (sometimes also extending a little way down the back) and had two large flaps which hung down behind the ears and in front of both shoulders. It is not a crown in itself, but still symbolizes the pharaoh's power.
The above five hieroglyphs make three Sanskrit word N-h + ni-m (ni-mi) + shee-rs-k ug fue "kh'kZd means 'fasting + winkling, twinkling + a helmet, headdress, head': a fasting headdress with winkling, twinkling (golden strips—a sign of the lightning waves in the sky as blue- black strips).
So-called 'nemes' was the golden striped (the synonym of lightning flash) head cloth, synonym of twinkling eyes as well as thunderbolt, worn by pharaohs in ancient Egypt. It covered the whole head and nape of the neck (synonym of sky) and had two large flaps like ends of lightning, which hung down up to shoulders. Kings wore the linen wrapper- a synonym of lightning, also, because the ancient Egyptian pharaohs, a symbol of 'lightning' on earth, were not allowed to let their hair be seen by "commoners" of Egypt.
5. A woman body: A woman body is a symbol in Indian mythology as the Sanskrit word matri shakti, which means 'a mother, a cow, an epithet of power Durga, ether, sky, and a divine mother'.
6. Statue's green colour: Why did Egyptian make a green coloured statue of so called 'wadjet'? This mystery can be decoded by the Sanskrit word h-ri gfj, which means '1. Green 2 Lion 3 a ray of light, fire 4 a snake 5 Name of lightning god 'Indra'.
The Sanskrit correct word for 'w3?yt' is Wi-dyu-t fo|qr mean 'lightning, thunderbolt'.