Mut is the Ancient Egyptian mother goddess who came to prominence during the New Kingdom (circa 1500 BCE). She originated as a local goddess in the Nile River delta and was linked to the primeval waters of the universe from which all things were born; Mut was therefore considered a creator goddess and mother of … Continue reading Hymn to the Mother Goddess Mut
Ipy (Apet, Ipet, Opet) was a hippopotamus goddess known as a protective and nourishing deity. Her name meant 'favored place' and she was depicted as a combination of human, hippopotamus, lion, and crocodile. This combination of attributes shows both her protective and nourishing aspects. Ipy was one of several goddesses, including Taweret, Reret and Heqet, … Continue reading Ipy the Hippopotamus Goddess, Mistress of Magical Protection
The Goddess Iusaaset is one of the most ancient Egyptian Goddesses. Her name literally means "Utterer of Words, Conceiver of Worlds, Isis"
O Great One who became Sky, You are Strong, you are Mighty. Every place is filled with Your Beauty. The whole world lies beneath you. You possess it! As you enfold the whole Earth and all things in Your arms, enfold me too. Make me an Indestructible Star in your Body. Utterance 432 - the … Continue reading Prayer to Nut, the Sky Goddess
Lady Bast beloved of the Gods (Mau Bast Merit Netcheru) we call to you Mighty Lady of the East, Right eye of Ra. Thank you Beloved daughter of Ra for the blessings you bestow on all of us everyday. Thank you for your love, most Powerful Mother. Thank you for the Peace and Protection you … Continue reading Prayer of Thanks to Goddess Bast