Who would you make the patron saint of bellydance, and why? Or if you don't like the idea of a patron saint, who would you make your bellydance mascot? Alive or dead, historical or fiction. Or is there one already?
My choice - St.Wulfric of Haselbury (d.1154). Solely because when he was given a new chainmail shirt by his patron, it was too long and impeeded his kneeling to prayer. So he took a pair of wool shears, and by a miracle, was able to cut the bottom of it off. So what did he have in his hands afterwards - the first metal coin belt!