Thank you all for visiting! This website, which is a labor of love, arose from my desire to create a resource to house all the information I have discovered on the Ancient Egyptian goddess, Bast-Mut, as well as a place to store my devotional posts and other odds and ends. I hope you walk away from here having learned something new!
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Em hotep! (In peace!) I am Rev. Tawa’ubastmut, a Priest and daughter of the goddess, Bast-Mut. The name given to me by my divine Mother means “Bast-Mut’s Soldier.” I am beloved of Mafdet, Heru-sa-Aset, and Djehuty. Aside from my divined lineup of gods, I also honor Wepwawet, my patron god of traveling (and a brother to Heru!) as well as Montu, consort to Bast-Mut.
I’m in my 30s, collect tons of tea, tarot decks, crystals, and more, and love to spread joy wherever I tread. I am a bisexual genderdoe, using she/they pronouns, and identify as a spiritual therianthrope, my primary theriotype that of a white-tailed deer.
When I’m not singing the praises of my Mother, I am a tarot card reader, an artist, as well as a
Nekhen Neferues her Isheru (Shrine of Her Beauty upon the Sacred Lake) is open, serving Bast-Mut.
We also have a Temple Cat!
December 31st, 2014 – Received my Shemsu Name.
August 5th, 2019 – Consecrated as a W’ab Priest of Bast-Mut.
September 13th, 2021 – Opening of Bast-Mut’s State Shrine, Nekhen Neferues her Isheru