One of Egypt’s most fascinating sites is Kom Ombo Temple, which is dedicated to two primary Neteru. The northern half of the temple is dedicated to the falcon-headed Ra-Horakhty who was the culmination of Horus and Ra. The temple’s southern half is dedicated to the crocodile God Sobek, who is associated with Seth—an enemy of Horus. According to the legend, allies of Seth escaped the wrath of Horus by transitioning into crocodiles. There is a small shrine at Kom Ombo dedicated to Hathor, which is where several mummified crocodiles are displayed. Ritual worship of crocodiles was common here, as the ancients believed that the crocodile as a totem animal could not harm them. This experience is one of transformation and self-discovery, as we explore this powerful site.