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The Portal To Bastet


The Portal To Bastet

This group is for anyone that loves cats and reveres the Goddess Bastet, the protector of cats and those that worship them. Welcome everyone and I hope that you find this group friendly.

Members: 77
Latest Activity: Nov 12, 2017

Discussion Forum

Does anyone have a altar dedicated to Bastet?

Started by BlackRaven. Last reply by Lyss Mar 21, 2013. 13 Replies

I don't have one...yet but I was wondering if anyone in this group has a altar dedicated to Bastet. I really think that Bastet is a cool Goddess, unchanged by time and connected to everything.

new to the goddess bast

Started by Diedre Bonar Nov 18, 2011. 0 Replies

I am getting to know bast, been doing a lot of research and have found she is quite the straight shooter, I credit her with helping be to quite the negative self talk! How about you all, how has she…Continue

Witches of the Blackberry Field Are Taking in Members

Started by Slaying Crow O'Hagan. Last reply by Slaying Crow O'Hagan Jul 25, 2010. 4 Replies

Introduction Welcome all members and visitors to our group here on PS. It is our privilege…Continue

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Comment by BlackRaven on November 3, 2009 at 8:45am
Yesterday was the Festival of Hathor and the Barge of Helioplis. This is also the Sokar Festival, which is dedicated to Isis seeking out and finding the remains of Osiris.
Comment by BlackRaven on October 15, 2009 at 10:57am
CAIRO (Reuters) – Archaeologists have unearthed the site of a pharaonic-era sacred lake in a temple to the Egyptian goddess Mut in the ruins of ancient Tanis, the Culture Ministry said on Thursday.

The ministry said the lake, found 12 meters below ground at the San al-Hagar archaeological site in Egypt's eastern Nile Delta, was 15 meters long and 12 meters wide and built out of limestone blocks. It was in a good condition.

It was the second sacred lake found at Tanis, which became the northern capital of ancient Egypt in the 21st pharaonic dynasty, over 3,000 years ago. The first lake at the site was found in 1928, the ministry said.

The goddess Mut, sometimes depicted as a vulture, was the wife of Amun, god of wind and the breath of life. She was also mother of the moon god Khonsu.

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