Manhattan Hathor is a lifestyle company where cutting edge science meets the power of nature. We promote personalized prevention through a healthy, simplified and sustainable lifestyle for our clients. Our company has three divisions. First we offer a customized preventative risk management consultation as well as help with unexplained pain. Our second division offers the highest quality health food products on the market. Our products are formulated by our resident scientist Dr. F. Persia Jamshidi to address specific needs on a personal level. Only highest quality ingredients are used with minimal processing with the goal of elevating the health of our customers as our priority. Our emphasis is to make great tasting products. A healthy product that doesn’t taste amazing is a waste of money. The third division is dedicated to our passion for non-invasive therapies. We are developing a clinical trial to introduce a section of personalized medicine called “Behavioral Brain Mapping Technologies” to the healthcare system so healthcare professionals can offer a long-lasting non-invasive therapy to their patients.
We also offer unbiased health tips and advice for smart people who like to take control of their health and educate themselves. We offer only highly screened information with reliable scientific origin.
Our products and services are not for everybody:
Who do we serve?
- People who are enthusiastic about taking charge of their life and its quality as much as possible instead of being at the mercy of healthcare professionals all the time
- People who believe in possibilities and understand that rules change, don’t take no for an answer and believe that there is always a way
- People who enjoy being responsible for the quality of their lives and seek professionals who can support them in their endeavor with unbiased, high quality and uncomplicated solutions
We are not a match for:
- People who only believe in conventional medicine and are not willing to look for further possibilities
- People who believe that only medications and surgery are the answer to every health problem
Who is Hathor?
Hathor is the most popular Goddess of Egypt who was worshiped for over 3000 years and ruled the sky. She was the Goddess of femininity, fertility, and love. Her principal animal form is that of a cow, and she is strongly associated with motherhood. The Milky Way, as seen in the night sky, also came to be associated with her as it was considered a heavenly Nile river, the giver and sustainer of all life.
She also came to be considered the ultimate personification of kindness and love. Further, she was associated with joy, music, love, motherhood, dance and above all, gratitude. For all deities of ancient Egypt, the priest had to be the same sex as the deity they served, but Hathor’s priests were both women and men. Many of them were dancers, signers or musicians so art became one of Hathor’s domains. Although Hathor was the Goddess of femininity, she was not only a women’s deity. She also had a large and devoted following among men. Hathor ruled birth and death. She figured into the mythological understanding of the afterlife where she provided peace and solace to the souls of the deceased.
The Greeks called Hathor by the name of their goddess, Aphrodite. Hathor is the daughter of the God of sun. Her solar connection was emphasized by her title as “eye of the sun”. Legends have it that she became angry with her father, wandered away from Egypt and went to live in the desert as a lioness. Great sadness fell over the land and the sun. Her father lost without his eye, set out to bring her back. This proved to be no easy task as the lioness was wild and angry. She was so enraged that no man or God would volunteer to fetch her back. Eventually Thoth (God of wisdom and the divine mediator) decided to lure her back and robed in masquerade, managed to charm the angry goddess into returning home by telling her tales of fable. Back in Egypt, she bathed in the Nile and once again settled into her heavenly demeanor, but not before the waters turned red from efforts of cooling her rage.
Amazingly, Hathor was also the patroness of minerals found in the desert. In Sinai turquoise mines she was called “The Lady of Turquoise”.
The fellowship of Hathor was one of the most honored and widespread in ancient Egypt. Her worshipers dedicated more festivals in her honor than any other Egyptian goddess and more children were named after her than any other deity. Her prolific temple following spread from Denedra to Memphis and Thebes. Part of initiation into her fellowship was a fascinating ritual named “The Five Gifts of Hathor”. This ritual called for the worshiper to name five things they were most grateful for while looking at their left hand. As the poorest of Egypt were field workers, they would hold the grain in their left hand while the blade in their right hand would cut the stalk. The beauty of this ritual was that by looking at the left hand and naming five things that people were most grateful for, they were constantly reminded of the good in one’s life. Hathor was equally important to the peasant and the great officials. The aristocrats of Egypt would recall the five gifts as a way to remain humble in the faces of the Gods. Royal ladies were often adorned as the “Priestess of Hathor”.