Even though things are stressful and difficult, and all my practices have been reduced to the very basic necessities, I somehow feel very centered and grounded. I don't feel closed off; I have a sense of the gods and the Unseen world around me. I'm not terribly involved in it - but it's there, I … Continue reading Still connected…
The other night I laid down to go to sleep, and a gaping hole of loss opened up inside of me. The house, my way of life - it's gone. Normal will change forever; as part of this process, the entire structure of my house is being raised 10 feet. So even the parts that … Continue reading Bereft.
I made it to shrine Tuesday night, vowed to go nightly, and then last night got hit with a wave of brain-cooties so strong it sent me to bed hours earlier than I'd planned. Onward, ever onward I suppose. Shrine centers me, but sometimes in that soft, gooey center there is also pain.
One: I am young, but old enough that we've just covered Egypt in our history class. I've been given the cutest book - a short book of facts about the ancient kingdom, its people, and of course it's gods, written in a tabloid style. I devour the book, reading the section about the gods multiple … Continue reading Snapshots.
When I had my RPD, someone made the remark that I was lucky because I had all my life to get to know my gods and to live with them. I was divined at age 18; at the time I felt adult and worldly, but in retrospect I am now amazed at how much I … Continue reading Wednesday Thoughts
This will be my fourth Wep Ronpet celebrated, my third as a member of Kemetic Orthodoxy, and my second as a Shemsu-Ankh. These thoughts, coupled with the fact that my boyfriend has been showing a strong interest in Kemetic gods and Kemetic Orthodoxy, has had me thinking long and hard about my path to Kemetic … Continue reading Finding the Way Home
Where have I been. Well, well, well. If you're reading this, you probably know I'm a member of Kemetic Orthodoxy and the House of Netjer, a child of Wepwawet and Sekhmet-Mut, beloved of Bast and Nut, at least if you read my little bio and/or the page describing this blog. Well, now in addition to … Continue reading Where have I been?