#1672

Dua Bast, Lady of the East, of the Flame, and of the Truth!
Dua Bast, She Who is Without Equal!
Dua Bast, Fierce and Protective Mother Cat!
On this night I come before You to remember those who have passed,
to honor the memory of Your children with whom I shared a life
and who now reside with You in the Eternal Land.
With this candle I remember Fluffy.
With this candle I remember Barny.
With this candle I remember Trouble.
With this candle I remember Adam.
With this candle I remember Charlie.
With this candle I remember Merlin.
With this candle I remember Deuce and Drucilla, wherever they may be now.
With this candle I remember those who yet live; Bruno, Abby, Phedre, Hannibal, Fezzik, and Inigo.
May this offering of flame bring You joy as You watch over their spirits;
may this offering of food bring You strength as You protect Your living children.
On this night I honor You as the Mother Cat, sharp of claw and strong of heart,
keen of eye and fierce of love,
and all of Your children in this world and the next.
Dua Bast, Lady of the East, of the Flame, and of the Truth!
Dua Bast, She Who is Without Equal!
Dua Bast, Fierce and Protective Mother Cat!
Dua Bast!
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4 thoughts on “#1672

  1. Love this. It’s funny because just yesterday, I did rite to Bast and I’m still wearing Her pendant. The great thing about doing rite to Bast is that I feel I can pet any cats who wander by me while I’m kneeling in front of my altar – I can’t imagine Her getting mad at that. :) Yesterday it was our youngest and newest addition, Missy. Maybe that was her way of participating.

    • Of course She wouldn’t mind that. ;) My kitty visits from time to time while I do my devotions (of course, the altar is right next to his favorite chair so he’s usually there anyway). When I first started he’d come around and put his pawns on me, like he was saying “what are you doing? Why are you on the floor?” but now he usually just ignores me.

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