Let $E/k$ be an elliptic curve over a field of characteristic $\neq$ 2, 3. Then we have an isomorphism $ [ \ \ ] :\mu_n \rightarrow\mathrm{Aut}_{\overline{k}}(E)$, $[ \zeta ] : (x,y) \rightarrow (\zeta^2x, \zeta^3y) $, here $n=2, 4,6$, depending on the $j$-invariant $j(E) $. See Corollary 10.2 on Ch3 in "The arithmetic of Elliptic Curves" by Silverman. There it mentioned that this isomorphism commutes with the Galois action, but I am confused. For example, let $ \sigma \in G=\mathrm{Gal}(\overline{k}/k) $, then $[\zeta^\sigma] : (x,y) \rightarrow ( (\zeta^\sigma)^2x, (\zeta^\sigma)^3y)$, but $\sigma( [\zeta]) $ is $(x,y) \rightarrow (\zeta^2x, \zeta^3y) \rightarrow ( (\zeta^2x)^\sigma, (\zeta^3y)^\sigma)$, hence they are different. Am I thinking something in the wrong way? ( Sorry about such level of question....)