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    Goddess Blessings to all.
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    More name fun watch yours mine are birth name Ghost thing or Public working name Swift Banshee BB Draco )o(/|\

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    Bast – Egyptian Cat Goddess
    In ancient Egypt, cats were often worshipped as deities — and anyone who lives with a cat knows they haven't forgotten that, either! In particular, Bast was one of the most highly honored feline gods. Also called Bastet, she was a goddess of sex and fertility. According to the Encyclopedia of World Myth, Bast was originally portrayed as a lioness, but by the time of the Middle Kingdom, around 900 b.c.e., she had morphed into more of a domestic cat. Sometimes, she was portrayed with kittens beside her, as an homage to her role as a goddess of fertility.

    The cult of Bast originally sprouted up around the town of Bubastis, which takes its name from her. In her role as protector — not only of households, but of all of Lower Egypt — she guarded rural folk and nobility alike. She was often associated with the sun god, Ra, and in later times became a bit of a solar deity herself. When Greek culture moved into Egypt, Bast was portrayed as a moon goddess instead.

    When Bast's temple at Per-Bast was excavated, the mummified remains of over a quarter of a million cats were discovered, acccording to the Encylopedia Mythica. During the heyday of ancient Egypt, cats were bedecked in gold jewelry and permitted to eat from their owners' plates. When a cat died, it was honored with an elaborate ceremony, mummification, and interment at Per-Bast.

    Bast was also seen as a goddess who protected mothers and their newborn children. In Egyptian magical texts, a woman suffering from infertility might make an offering to Bast in hopes that this would help her conceive. In later years, Bast became strongly connected with Mut, a mother goddess figure, and with the Greek Artemis.
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    This depiction is The Weighing of the Heart ritual as recorded in chapter 125 of the funerar text known as the Book of the Dead.
    Ancient Egyptians believed that, when they died, they would be judged on their behaviors in their lifetime before they could be granted access into the afterlife.
    In the Weighing of the Heart ceremony the deceased is brought before Osiris, the God of the dead and ther afterlife. The heart of the deceased is weighed on a pair of enormous scales against a feather, which represents Maat. Maat is the Egyptian concept of truth, justice and morality. If the heart's weight is equal to or less than the weight of the feather, the deceased would be granted access into the afterlife. If the heart was heavy with the weight of wrongdoings, the balance would sink and the heart would be devoured by Ammit. Ammit is the beast with the head of a crocodile the body of a lion and the back legs of a hippopotamus who sat ready by the scales. Ancient Egyptians thought the heart to be the center of thought, memory, emotions, intellect and personality and therefore the most important organ in the body. It was never removed, like the other organs, during the mummification process because its presence in the body for this ritual is crucial for passage into the afterlife. If the deceased was found to have done wrong in life and the heart weighed down by wrongdoings and devoured by Ammit, they were not thought to enter a place of eternal torment, like Hell, but to cease to exist at all. This outcome was more terrifying to ancient Egyptians than any concept of hell imaginable. ~CC
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    Ten Things to Stop Doing if You're Pagan
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    So you're a practicing Pagan – did you know there are some self-sabotaging behaviors you might be engaging in? Here are ten bad habits you should drop if you're a Pagan.
  • 9th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Bat, Flying Moon.
    Characteristics: Day is critical…

    9th Moon Day info:

    Symbols: Bat, Flying Moon.
    Characteristics: Day is critical and dangerous. Day of nightmares, illusions, deceit, confusion, dark energies. It may lead to conflicts, arguments, nervousness. On the opposite, futile hope and belief in what's happening, temptation to see everything "rosy" may lead to future disappointments.

    Recommendations: Cleansing of thoughts, body and soul, active protection from aggression and negativity is necessary. Forgiveness of those who hurt us is very effective. It's important to learn to overcome temptations and obstacles of this day. Just like every moon day, this day has positive energies that can be used for spiritual growth. Wisdom perspective will help to find solutions in dead-end situations. Day is great for physical exercise and yoga.

    Precautions: Do not get caught today in illusions, empty dreams and desires. Family fights, skirmishes and scandals should be avoided. Making important decisions, and staring new business is not recommended.

  • Moon Day 9
    A day of struggle, the aggravation of conflicts, and heightened risk….

    Moon Day 9
    A day of struggle, the aggravation of conflicts, and heightened risk. Nothing new should be started on this day, especially if it is connected to material issues. The best things to do on this day are physical activities, such as working with land and taking care of plants and animals
  • Saturday — Saturn's day
    Middle English saterday
    Old English sæter(nes)dæg "Satu…

    Saturday — Saturn's day
    Middle English saterday
    Old English sæter(nes)dæg "Saturn's day"
    Latin dies Saturni "day of Saturn"
    Ancient Greek hemera Khronu "day of Cronus"

    Saturn is the Roman and Italic god of agriculture and the consort of Ops. He is believed to have ruled the earth during an age of happiness and virtue.

    Cronus (Kronos, Cronos) is the Greek god (Titan) who ruled the universe until dethroned by his son Zeus.

  • Sunrise: 5:13 AM BST
    Sunset: 8:58 PM BST
    Length of Day: 15h 44m
    Tomorrow will be…

    Sunrise: 5:13 AM BST
    Sunset: 8:58 PM BST
    Length of Day: 15h 44m
    Tomorrow will be 2m 46s longer.
    Moon Rise: 12:58 PM BST
    Moon Set: 1:49 AM BST
    Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent 50% Illuminated
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    The visibility of the Lunar Eclipse. Although only few would be the Lucky ones to observe the magnificent phenomenon everybody will feel it's tremendous power!

    New Lunar Eclipse on May 25 2013. Read the Latest astrological forecast for this tricky new Lunar Eclipse!

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