For those who can’t get enough of Sutekh- here’s an excellent summary with a mix of historical and personal.
Heru and Sutekh I often get the idea that people don’t understand Balance, and the roles of Heru (Horus) and Sutekh (Set). One of the reasons is undoubtedly that due to the Christian influence on Western civilization we tend to … Continue reading
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
The Ausir Misteries – The exciting Bast conclusion! You might remember from the last entry that we made an Osiris Bed, with lush green wheat grass. The miracle of life from “dead” wheat grain. Now it’s time to offer it! … Continue reading
The Ausir Mysteries – Bast Side Project Begins! Remember a few posts ago, when I had deliberately made a few more sprouts? What happened to them? A shallow pot, and some potting soil. I had a spare bonsai pot sitting … Continue reading
Ausir Mysteries – The Final Chapter? The Offering Bread is Baked! At last! Here’s the loaf. The top sunk a tiny bit, an indication that there was too much liquid, but at least it didn’t collapse. That’s a common problem … Continue reading
Ausir Mysteries – Sometimes You Need Some Dough! Again, the jar is full of sprouts. You can see the green grassy leaves. We take a few. I’m going to take a few of the sprouts to put in a whole … 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