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Bastet – Egyptian Cat Goddess

In Ancient Egypt, cats held a special position and were revered creatures. The goddess Bastet, also called Bast, was worshipped in the form of a cat. She ...

Anubis – Egyptian God of Death and the Underworld

In Egyptian mythology, Anubis was one of the oldest and most important deities. He preceded Osiris as funerary god and lord of the Underworld. Known in ...

11 Powerful Symbols of War and Their Meanings

In a cosmic sense, every war entails combat between light and darkness, and good and evil. Mythological wars, such as the one waged between Zeus and the ...

11 Major Sumerian Gods and Goddesses (with Their Power)

Sumerians were the first literate people in Ancient Mesopotamia who wrote their stories in cuneiform, on soft tablets of clay using a sharp stick. ...

Osiris – Egyptian God of Life, Death and Resurrection

In Egyptian mythology, Osiris was the god of fertility, life, agriculture, death and resurrection. Osiris’ name meant powerful or mighty, and according to ...

Wadjet – Patron Goddess of Egypt

In Egyptian mythology, Wadjet was the patron goddess and guardian of the Nile Delta, and the one who protected and guided the pharaohs and queens of ...

What Does the Santa Muerte Tattoo Mean?

The Santa Muerte tattoo, also known as the "Saint Death" tattoo, is a popular design among those who follow the folk saint known as the "Lady of the Holy ...

What Are the Pillars of Islam? – A Guide

Islam is the second largest book religion in the world, and it is notorious for being the only large religion to not practice any form of iconolatry, that ...

What is the ‘Hungry Ghost’ for Buddhists?

In Western society, Buddhism is commonly associated with non-violence, meditation, and calmness. But human nature is nothing like that, and people of all ...

Sekhmet – Egyptian Lioness Goddess

In Ancient Egypt, Sekhmet was a multifaceted and remarkable deity, depicted mostly as a lioness. She was one of the first deities of Egyptian mythology and ...

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