Not Kemetic, but if you’re in the U.S. it’s worth reading. A Merry Christmas Eviction Notice
Here’s the start of an interesting series of reflections on the Wesir (Osiris) Mysteries: Day one:Day two:Day three:Day four:Day five:
An interesting blog post by Tess Dawson, Canaanaite Polytheist. Missing Link: When Ancestors Don’t Match Your Religion. This is an issue for almost all Kemetics. How do you approach it?
Gratuitous Shrine Pic Back in July, I did an initial look at the Kemetic Interfaith Network forum. How’s it been doing? Surprisingly well! At the moment, there are 154 registered users on it, and 2,728 posts. The Kemetic world is … Continue reading
For those who can’t get enough of Sutekh- here’s an excellent summary with a mix of historical and personal.
In 1896 a dig began at the site of Oxrhnchus, ‘City of the Sharp-Nosed Fish.” What had been garbage dumps began to yield papyri of all kinds- books, poetry, contracts, letters, and wills. When the digging ceased, 500,000 fragments of … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting re-telling and synthesis of many of the Kemetic creation stories by the Rev. Sonia Miller. It’s Tameran in outlook, but it’s still a great example of how you can take personal lessons from the ancient myths. Faster … Continue reading
Southern Fried Pagan: “They ate supper before they said Grace!” An interesting “How do you start out in Egyptian religion?” answer by Rev. Sonya Miller. She’s Tameran/Wiccan, but this applies equally to recon paths. I agree with her that “The … Continue reading
Wepwawet While I’m on the subject of resource links, if you have an interest in the Jackal Deities, Per-Sabu is a treasure of information. Check it out! It’s just been started recently, so more information is still being added. I’ve … Continue reading