Kemetic Interfaith Network, can it really work?

Many of you will have already seen this, but if not… A New Year’s Gift for Kemet and Her People Will the new Kemetic Interfaith Network forum realize its purpose? I hope so! I’ve often felt like I’m in Life … Continue reading

Kemetic Orthodox – Aset Luminous Dua

Aset Luminous! This is the Kemetic Orthodox holiday that is based on the Edfu calendar festival of “Aset the Bright.” This particular one took place on the evening of July 6. I hadn’t had any interaction with Aset, especially since … Continue reading

To "Pagan" or not to "Pagan": That is the Question.

An interesting blog entry: Kna’ani: Impressions of Tess Dawson, a Canaanite Polytheist. I wonder if the various polytheist / reconstructionist religions should perhaps build on overall identity, instead of identifying ourselves as Pagans. I especially notice this issue on The … Continue reading

Kemetic Orthodox Dua- Beautiful Reunion

On June 22nd, the Kemetic Orthodox group celebrated the Feast of the Beautiful Reunion. In the original festival, the statue of Hethert took a 100-mile, four-day boat journey from Dendera to Edfu, to be reunited with Heru-Behdety. Descriptions of the … Continue reading

Geekery in Ancient Egypt

Djehuty   From the story of the Shipwrecked Sailor (G Pinch, Handbook of Egyptian Mythology) The hero of this tale does not behave heroically in the sense of being particularly strong, brave, or selfless. All the sailor does is show … Continue reading

Kemetic Orthodox Dua- Tepy-Semdet (Full Moon Festival)

Tepy-Semdet Offering Table The evening of June 15, the House of Netjer held one of their online Duas, via IRC chat. I enjoy these, even though they’re done remotely as text-only. Knowing that other people around the globe are doing … Continue reading