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Lusiphelia
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« Reply #6: December 14, 2008, 06:48:37 pm »

I don't have a specific calling to Bast.  At the same time, I recognise that She is a protector of households (not just households with cats in them!), and thus when I wish to petition a deity to protect my home and family, I go to Her.  (In practice, I go to Her and Brighid, because my Celt isn't allowed to play with the Netjeru unsupervised.)

When I needed to survive a situation that felt like being ripped to pieces, I went to Wesir, who I have less personal connection with than Bast (by which I mean "none at all that I've been able to perceive").

Interesting.  So, because of your ..."attachment"... to the pantheon, for lack of a better term, you're more comfortable approaching deities you may otherwise feel no specific connection with when faced with situations/areas of influence they understand?
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