Sanctuary of the goddess Bastet

The cave is associated with the ancient Egyptian goddess of joy, love, and fertility, Bastet, represented as a lady with a cat’s head. The legend of Bastet’s tomb arose in early 1981, when a map fell into the hands of a local treasurer. Vanga was intrigued by this card and provided some information about it. The prophetess speaks of a black granite stone coffin located far beneath the ground and written in an unknown script. It was brought thousands of years ago. The Egyptian goddess’ tomb contains unique knowledge about the Earth, the cosmos, and the origins of mankind.