“In our religion we have a great goddess that we call on for health, and for protection against plague. Her name is Sekhmet, the Powerful Woman. As the Eye of Ra She can destroy, and in this case She can … Continue reading
On May 5th, I checked my facebook account before going to bed. There was a friend request from someone using “praying hands” as their profile picture. I looked at their account, saw that we had absolutely nothing in common, and … Continue reading
It’s especially difficult for some beginners to establish any sort of shrine-work, even with an “easy” ritual like the Kemetic Orthodox Senut. Angelica (Facets of Gold) offers some great advice gleaned from Shinto practice on establishing daily awareness of the … Continue reading
Stacy Lawless interviews the Rev. Tamara Siuda about the Ancient Egyptian Daybook project in Anatomy of a Successful Pagan Kickstarter Campaign.
For the third question for the Kemetic Roundtable: The Egyptian Gods and You! Do I need a main deity to practice Kemeticism? No, I don’t think you do. However, many people want to find a main deity for several reasons. … Continue reading
… from Warboar: Signal Boost — The Ancient Egyptian Daybook Project – Word has since gotten around about Tamara L. Siuda’s Ancient Egyptian Daybook Project, and although the initial fundraising goal has been surpassed by a little over $5,000 USD, it … Continue reading
Question: How do you survive fallow time? Last year I wrote about “fallow times,” a period when nothing is working for us, in my Dry Spells post, so I’d like to look at this question from a different direction. You’re … Continue reading