Blog Hop, Research

{#AtoZChallenge} Nephthys (Nebthwt), Goddess of Protection and Funerals

Greek Name: Nephthys Egyptian Name: Nebthwt Associated Objects: Basket and enclosure Main Cult Center: Heliopolis, Senu, Hebet, Per-mert, Re-nefert, Het-sekhem, Het-Khas, Ta-kehset, and Diospolite Role: Protection; Funerary Often depicted in human form with a basket on top of an enclosure wall on her head, Nephthys can also be represented by a hawk, a kite (bird),… Continue reading {#AtoZChallenge} Nephthys (Nebthwt), Goddess of Protection and Funerals

Blog Hop, Research

{#AtoZChallenge} Ma ‘at, Goddess of Truth

Greek Name: Not applicable Egyptian Name: Ma ‘at Associated Objects: Ostrich feature and plinth (stone platform) Main Cult Center: All of Egypt Role: Order; Truth; Justice Ma ‘at was important to the concepts of the universe as well as the balance and divine order in ancient Egypt. Her name translates to “that which is straight.”… Continue reading {#AtoZChallenge} Ma ‘at, Goddess of Truth

Blog Hop, Research

{#AtoZChallenge} Bastet (B’sst), Goddess of Women and the Household

Greek Name: Ailuros Egyptian Name: B’sst; Bast; Bastet Associated Animal: Lioness and Domestic Cat Main Cult Center: Bubastis Role: Protector of Women and the Household Bastet was the goddess of the household, women’s secrets, cats, fertility, and childbirth. As one of the most popular goddesses of ancient Egypt, she was mostly known for protecting the… Continue reading {#AtoZChallenge} Bastet (B’sst), Goddess of Women and the Household

Book Promo, Guest Posts, Personality Quiz

{Personality Quiz} Which Egyptian God/dess are You?

Take the quiz and comment your results below. 1. Choose your favorite color from the list. A. Gold B. Blue C. Green/Black D. Yellow E. Red 2. Pick a food item that most represents you. A. Meat B. Honey C. Pomegranate D. Bread E. Lettuce 3. What super powers do you want? A. Shape shifting… Continue reading {Personality Quiz} Which Egyptian God/dess are You?

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Five Egyptian Gods You Don’t Want to Cross

The ancient Egyptians worshipped numerous gods and goddesses. A result of the unification of the country’s many territories. Unfortunately, they are now considered remnants and images of a past civilization that lived thousands of years ago. Even so, there were a few of the divine, despite any good intentions, you wouldn’t what to meet first… Continue reading Five Egyptian Gods You Don’t Want to Cross