🕛 Weekly Witchy CHALLENGE - Catch-Up!

130 WWC Catchup
#2 entry
[007] WWC - Dealing with the Divine
This challenge is all about deities, spirits, and connecting with
outside forces to strengthen and focus your magick.
In this investigation into deities, I’ve worshipped ‘Goddess’ for many
years and happily so.
But of late Bast and Isis have come to mind more and more.
Bast, AKA as “Bastet” The name Bast means ‘(female) devourer’.
She was the most popular of the ancient Egyptian Goddesses.
She was often called the cat goddess.
She was one of Ra’s daughters and his defender.

The myth is that he would send her to fight his archenemy Apep.
She also served as the protector of Pharaoh. After Sekhet, the
lioness, and of the Chief God Ra.

Isis, also known as Aset, is a goddess in Egyptian mythology.
Her name has been profaned by a criminal terrorist group taking the name isis, therefore, it becomes inappropriate to call Her Isis, so I shall address her as Aset. She was part of the Ennead of Heliopolis, a family of nine
deities descended from the creator god, Atum or Ra. She and her siblings—Osiris, Set, and Nephthys —are the last generation of the Ennead.

-Ancient Egyptian temples, in Athens, Rome, Paris, and London, all hosted an Aset cult. She was associated with the throne and protecting the Pharaoh’s
-She was a 'Great of Magic” and associated with resurrection.
The Pyramid texts repeatedly mentioned her. (These texts evolved into
the Book of the Dead)
She was said to have ten thousand names. Among them were :
Mistress of heaven. Divine mother.
Queen of all Gods, Goddesses, and women.
The bestower of life. The Lady of bread.
The Lady of beer. The Lady of abundance.
The Lady of joy. The Lady of love.
Beautiful, mighty, and beloved One.
She was worshipped in many mid-eastern, African, and European

Blessed be