Because the queen herself could function as the high priestess of Hathor , royal wives are sometimes depicted offering the necklace. For example, on a small gilt shrine discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun , his queen, Ankhesenamun holds the sistrum and menit before the king. In that example, the menit is constructed as a personification of Hathor holding the symbol of life, the ankh, in each hand. Thus, we have a visual representation of the way in which the goddess' power was passed through the necklace. In scenes such as these, the menit seems to have been associated with the ideas of life, potency, fertility, birth and renewal.
Under the Sleep branch, you'll find Sleep After, Allow Hybrid Sleep, Hibernate After, and Allow Wake Timers. I already covered the Sleep After setting. Allow Hybrid Sleep really won't really help save battery power and in fact is set to off on all the power plans. I recommend just leaving it off. By default, Hibernate After is set to 180 minutes on all but the High Performance power plan. I recommend leaving it at the default as well. Allow Wake Timers will permit things like Windows Update to bring a system back to life. However, Allow Wake Timers is disabled on all the power plans, so I don't recommend that you enable it on a laptop running on battery.
Fortunately, according to Practical Preppers’ Scott Hunt, water purification is something that preppers can easily accomplish, thanks to a multitude of technologies that are available, ranging from the old standby of boiling water, to ceramic filters and ultraviolet light. As prepper author James Wesley Rawles notes, various purification methods may remove one sort of contaminant or pathogen, but let others slip through. Treating water with chlorine will kill bacteria, but not all viruses, for example, and no filter system is 100 percent effective at removing herbicides and pesticides that may contaminate an open body of water. So if you filter water, you’d be smart to use distillation, ultraviolet sterilization, and/or chemicals as an additional precaution. One how-to manual that gives a detailed rundown on pathogens, contaminants and various methods of water purification is the Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family , by Arthur T. Bradley and several co-authors.