In ancient Egypt, the existence of galaxies was not yet known.I've found reference to something on Hathor's brow in the Egytian pyramid texts (specifically, the recitation that is numbered 405 in James P. Allen The Ancient Pyramid texts, second edition) :
"Oh, sun! Oh, you of repletion! Oh, you of repletion! Oh, you of fertility! Oh, you of fertility! You are I, I am you,.
Uluate for me, uluate for my ka. You shine as me, I shine as you. Make me sound and I will make you sound, freshen me and I will freshen you.
I am that eye of yours that is on Hathor's brow, which turns fully back the years from me. I spend the night conceived and am born every day."
In Egyptian she would be a strong contender for the mother of the milky way galaxy. I would refer you to in the below toast:
To the jewel that burns on the brow of the mother of galaxies! To the whisperer in witchspace, the siren of the deepest void! The parent's grief, the lover's woe, and the yearning of our vagabond hearts. To Raxxla!
I reckon it's one possible avenue towards Raxxla