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The ka was an integral part of the human soul in ancient Egypt. Although difficult to define today, the ka essentially represented the spiritual double of a person. Symbolized by two upraised arms, the ka was the essence that made a person “alive”—the lifeforce.
Look for a ka symbol on one of the panels of the False Door of Kent-en-Ka in this gallery.