Aset/Auset/Isis is the female consort to Asaru/Ausar the daughter of Geb and Nut and is known throughout Egypt and many cultures as a wise, nurturing lover and mother. The deity Aset is often referred to as The Divine Mother or Mother of the Deities, The Living One she usually takes on the form of a woman with a seat or throne on her head a hieroglyph of her name.
This Netert is known as Isis (wisdom) amongst the Greeks who also relate her to their deities Demeter, Selene and moon Goddess Astarte (star). In Sumeria she is known as Ishtar and Dina. Aset is Maya in Buddhism, Fatimah in Islam and Mary in Christianity. In the bible she is mentioned as Ashtoreth meaning star 1 kings 11:5 and 11:33. Aset or Auset or Eset iconography is often that of a mother suckling her child Heru/Horus.
Excerpt from the book Afrikan Yoga: A practical Guide to Wellbeing Through Smai Posture, Posture, Breath and Meditation by Pablo Imani