Yinepu Is Coming to Town! Moomas fun!

Yinepu is Coming to Town! Oh… you better not cause the children to cry. You better not steal, I’m tellin’ you why: Yinepu is coming to town! He’s adjusting the scales, with a feather of Ma’at, He’s gonna find out … Continue reading

Here Comes Wepwawet! Moomas fun!

Here comes Wepwawet, here comes Wepwawet, Openin’ the Wepwawet way! He’s got a sledge pulled by Golden Jackals, Pullin’ on the reins! Sistra are shakin’, merry makin’ All is merry and bright! Light your incense, make your offerings, ‘Cause Wepwawet … Continue reading

Monolatry, Syncretisicm, and the Theology of Booze.

How separate are the Netjeru? Do they all come from one source? Are they all just reflections of the One? What’s the difference between Monolatry and Henotheism? What about the whole Amun-Ra / Ra-Horakhty / Mut-Aset-Nekhbet Syncretic thing? These are … Continue reading

Link: A prayer to Heqet

My friend Sarduriur wrote a beautiful Prayer to Heqet for Healing on her blog, Shadows of the Sun. I forgot to mention in my #2 Heqet post that the hieroglyph for 100,000 is a tadpole. It further reinforces the “teeming with life” … Continue reading

Link: Podcast Interview With Rev. Tamara Siuda

Tawy House Hethert The head of Kemetic Orthodoxy, Rev. Tamara Suida, was interviewed for a podcast recently on a pagan/paranormal show. She tells how she got started in different traditions, purification, the gods, ancestors, explains syncretic deities, and ‘soft polytheism‘. … Continue reading

Dedication (Pagan Blog Project 2012 #8)

The ancient Egyptians went to a lot of trouble for their religion. Herodotus certainly thought so, and said they were “religious to a higher degree than any other people.” The temple complex at Karnak, dedicated to Amun, Mut, and Khonsu, … Continue reading