An invitation to come face to face with the incarnate female power of ancient Egypt. Sekhmet was ancient Egypt’s leonine Netjeret (Goddess) who embodied incarnate female power. Sekhmet brought plague and pestilence to the land as well as conferred healing and protection upon her followers. From her ancient origins to the present day, many have been fascinated by Sekhmet's fierce image and uncompromising destructive powers. This book explores Sekhmet’s Egyptian origins, mythology, character, and worship, bringing together Egyptological research and contemporary Pagan perspectives.