Another year of Heru-sa-Aset. It's going to be a very different year for me. I've established this already, by withdrawing from priest service until my degree is finished, but the overall theme I received from my gods during the new year's celebrations is that I need to change. Things need to change. I am too … Continue reading Happy Year 23: Another Year of Heru
How has your practice changed since you started out? How did you find your place within the Kemetic sphere? Are there things you do now that you didn’t then? Things you weren’t expecting? What have you learned through trial and error that newbs may find helpful or useful? This week's Kemetic Roundtable is about our … Continue reading Locus of Control — Then and Now
So it has been eight years since my RPD. I remember back when I became Kemetic Orthodox, and I wondered what it would feel like to have been a part of something for eight years. I submitted my application for the Beginners' course just before I turned eighteen; at that point, the only thing I'd … Continue reading Eight.
This is my (very belated) contribution to the last Kemetic Round-table discussion on offerings. Since I've been a little bit out of commission, I'm going to try and answer a few old topics, just to get back into the swing of writing. Hopefully I'll come up with something useful. Offerings 101: What do I offer … Continue reading Offerings.
With permission from The Powers That Be, here's some pictures of the feast at Nekhen Ib Imau-sen. Offerings included a bouquet of hydrangeas, daisies and mums, cranberry-pomegranate juice, Jack Daniels whiskey, Ghirardelli's 86% dark chocolate, a special cupcake, and a white tea blend with rose, jasmine, peppermint and chamomile.
A letter to the blogger, seven years in the past. Dear... you (because seven years ago we were not Sobeq yet, nor the magpie, nor any of the things we would yet become), You cannot see where we are going, but from my vantage point seven years in the future, I can see where we … Continue reading Seven.
However wonderful alliteration may be, it does not connect words any deeper than in sound. Purity is a state of cleanliness, and perfection is a state of being without flaw. Something that is clean may not be without flaws, and something flawless can be dirty. It's true that sometimes "purity" can refer to a way … Continue reading W’ab Wednesday: Purity, not Perfection.