Ancient Egyptian Divination – Invoking the Gods and Goddesses

Iseum Sanctuary

The Ancient Egyptians practiced divination for two main purposes: to inquire about the present and obtain useful information to make changes to a situation; or to beg for assistance from a god to make desired changes to current circumstances. It was the magician who attempted to compel the God(s) to do his or her will.

Ancient Egyptians revered cats because they felt that the cat (or the image of the cat) would protect them from all kinds of black magic and evil, both natural and supernatural. Amulets and charms containing images of cats were used in rituals, rites, and ceremonies. Specific breeds of cats were in the ancient Egyptian temples including the Mau and Burmese, as well as black cats which were considered to be the most powerful and the most sacred. The Goddess Bast is depicted as a black cat. The Egyptian temple cats were believed to significantly help…

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