October 29 is the last day of the month and a very favorable day. It is the day of the Houses [Temples] of Re and of Osiris.
Beloved Bastet, mistress of happiness and bounty, daughter of the Sun God, Slay the evil that afflicts our minds as you slay the serpent Apep. With your graceful stealth anticipate the moves of all who perpetrate cruelties and stay their hands against the children of light. Grant us the joy of song and dance, and … Continue reading Invocation of Bastet
The priestess offers gifts of food and milk to the spirit of her beloved Mau. On an altar is placed the mummy of the deceased Spirit, and the tomb is decorated with frescoes, urns filled with fresh flowers, lotus blossoms, and statuettes. The Priestess kneels as she fans incense smoke toward the altar. In the … Continue reading Egyptians loved and honored their Cats
Gods and Goddesses - Egyptian Ennead
Ma'at is the goddess of truth, justice, divine order, cosmic order and balance. She is depicted with wings of a vulture, her special animal, and the feather of truth in her headdress. She also carries an ankh, the key of life, and sometimes a scepter. Ma'at can be traced as far back as the Old … Continue reading The Laws and Ideals of Ma’at