I’m going to put it straight to you: The House of Netjer needs donations. The only way for the temple to survive is if temple members donate — and only a small number of members actually do so.
I’m putting a call out to my siblings in Sekhmet to change that, this month. I don’t care how you do it — if you donate yourself, if you offer to sell services in exchange for donations, if you pester everyone else until they donate — but the children of Sekhmet are going to smash that donation goal this month. #teamsekhmet, are you ready? We have 31 days to get it done. Let’s do it!
Just a reminder for you members of the House of Netjer: the forums are currently down for maintenance. Attempting to visit or log in will cause further database issues! So please wait until they are officially reopened to see what is new there.
Personally, I cleared my cookies so that if I accidentally click on my bookmarks, I won’t be logged in. Go go gadget preventative measures!
I’d like to make an effort to update a few times during Retreat this year, even if it is just short notes sent from my phone like this one. What kinds of things would you all like to see? 🙂 I’ll do my best to sate everyone’s curiosity.
Today Rev. Tamara Siuda announced the opening of the Kemetic Interfaith Network (KIN), a community created to foster unity and fellowship among ALL Kemetics, not just Kemetic Orthodoxy. I hope you’ll check it out and get involved!
You can read the announcement of the KIN here.