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Bastet by Nikkie Stinchcombe / Little Paper Forest. Bast or Bastet, the famous 'cat goddess' of ancient Egypt. Depicted as a lion headed or cat headed woman often carrying an ankh or papyrus wand. She is associated with the all seeing eye (the utchat) and a rattle (the sistrum). Bastet was considered the goddess of pleasure, her sistrum linking her to music and dance. | Blasphemous Rumours

Bastet by Nikkie Stinchcombe / Little Paper Forest. Bast or Bastet, the famous 'cat goddess' of ancient Egypt. Depicted as a lion headed or cat headed woman often carrying an ankh or papyrus wand. She is associated with the all seeing eye (the utchat) and

crystals and flowers

✧wanт тo ĸnow wнaт i вelieve? iт'ѕ rigнт нere, dig a liттle deeper and iт'ѕ cryѕтal clear✧ ☽ //p i n t e r e s t : ⚪Candy Milk⚫// ☾

Witch of mountain winds

Witch of mountain winds

Bastet by Nikkie Stinchcombe / Little Paper Forest. Bast or Bastet, the famous 'cat goddess' of ancient Egypt. Depicted as a lion headed or cat headed woman often carrying an ankh or papyrus wand. She is associated with the all seeing eye (the utchat) and a rattle (the sistrum). Bastet was considered the goddess of pleasure, her sistrum linking her to music and dance. | Blasphemous Rumours

Bastet by Nikkie Stinchcombe / Little Paper Forest. Bast or Bastet, the famous 'cat goddess' of ancient Egypt. Depicted as a lion headed or cat headed woman often carrying an ankh or papyrus wand. She is associated with the all seeing eye (the utchat) and

Мистерия Рун/Runic Mystery

Мистерия Рун/Runic Mystery