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  Shefytbast is a W’ab priest of Bast in Kemetic Orthodoxy. She’s participating in the Pagan Blog Project as well, and this is her latest entry. Highly recommended! 

Bes, the Little God. (Pagan Blog Project 2012 #3)

Bes, the God of Protection

Bes, the God of Protection My friends Satsekhem and Shefytbast have already written ‘B’ posts on Bes, but he certainly deserves one more. Check them out if you haven’t read them yet. A Bes statue… Bes was one of the … Continue reading

DIY Ausir Mystery – the Bast side-project # 2

The Ausir Misteries – The exciting Bast conclusion! You might remember from the last entry that we made an Osiris Bed, with lush green wheat grass. The miracle of life from “dead” wheat grain. Now it’s time to offer it! … Continue reading

DIY Ausir Mystery – the Bast side-project # 1

The Ausir Mysteries – Bast Side Project Begins! Remember a few posts ago, when I had deliberately made a few more sprouts? What happened to them? A shallow pot, and some potting soil. I had a spare bonsai pot sitting … Continue reading

DIY Ausir Mystery (Bast too!) Part 3

Ausir Mysteries – The Two Sprouts Day three. Way, way too many sprouts. It’s aliiiiive! As you can see, our little pile of wheat has grown. You  can also see the roots, even at this distance. You can clearly see … Continue reading

DIY Ausir Mystery (Bast too!) Part 2

Ausir Mysteries – The Saga Continues… Twelve to twenty-four hours later we pour out the water and take a look at our wheat. Kamut Grains, with rootlets! The grains are starting to get tiny rootlets- the little white protuberances at … Continue reading

DIY Ausir Mystery (Bast too!) Part 1

Osiris, Ausir, Wesir…. The Green Guy  For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, our planting season isn’t in synch with the calendar of ancient Egypt. By the time November rolls around it’s way too late to plant anything. And … Continue reading

A fancier shrine- Inviting Bast Over


The lilacs were blooming, so I decided it was a good time to offer some on my shrine. I dedicated them to Bast. I’ve decided to use my Japanese ceramics in my shrine. That way I get to see them … Continue reading