Category Archives: Festivals
Ancient Egyptian Daybook- Follow-up / The Wild Hunt interview.
Stacy Lawless interviews the Rev. Tamara Siuda about the Ancient Egyptian Daybook project in Anatomy of a Successful Pagan Kickstarter Campaign.
Signal Boost — The Ancient Egyptian Daybook Project
… 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
The True Meaning of Moomas
I’ve been writing about Jackal’s Eve, the fictional Kemetic holiday in which Wepwawet and Yinepu deliver gifts on the Night Before Moomas. Moomas is, of course, based on “The Establishment of the Celestial Cow,” which was a relatively unimportant holiday … Continue reading
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
Kemetic Meme #2 – Moo-mass.
This year, the holiday of “The Establishment of the Celestial Cow” falls on December 25th in the Kemetic Orthodox calendar. It’s been dubbed “Moo-mas,” and it gives members an excuse to use up some of their time off to plan … Continue reading
Shrine Beautiful! (Offering for Wenut)
I’ve started a second website/blog called shrinebeautiful.com, Enspiring, Enchanting Sacred Spaces- Altars and Shrines from Many Pagan Paths. Its goal is to go beyond being a photo collection, have people discuss the “why” and “how,” and categorize each shrine by path(s), … 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
Link: Hoeing Onions
Kiya (Darkhawk on eCauldron) writes some of the most thought-provoking Kemetic articles on the net. “Onion Hoer” has been her term for someone who is practicing the faith, but isn’t a priest in the “professional, working in the state-sponsored temple” … Continue reading