- Listing summaryBastet (940-730BC) - The goddess of cats in ancient Egypt, the patron saint of women and children, and the patron saint
Bastet (940-730BC) - The goddess of cats in ancient Egypt, the patron saint of women and children, is also the patron saint of family and health. Ancient Egyptian cats are considered sacred, they represent the goddess Buster, and the goddess headed by the cats of Bubastis (Bubastis). Baster is a symbol of the sun god of the original (Re), Buster was later used to symbolize the protection of life, the sun, but also a symbol of protection of women, happiness and joy. Ancient Egyptian cat is a pottery talisman. Cat talisman in ancient Egypt, the 22nd and 23rd generations were widely worn, wearing cat jewelry can have Buster's blessing.
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