My style of celebration is best described as "casual". What I do will depend on what festival I'm celebrating and how important it is in my personal practice (or the State religion).
Lately I've found myself more challenged by feminism than in the past. I do not and cannot call myself a die-hard feminist. I'm not an activist. I am a quiet supporter, who still indulges in mainstream media while acknowledging how problematic such institutions can often be. I have friends and acquaintances who are heavily involved … Continue reading Feminism and the Goddesses of Kemet
I just wanted to share a link that was added in the comments of my post about the Destruction of Mankind. The Book of the Celestial Cow: A Theological Interpretation is a very deep, scholarly analysis of the myths contained in the Book of the Celestial Cow from a Neoplatonic philosophical perspective. Be sure to … Continue reading Link – The Book of the Celestial Cow: A Theological Interpretation
￼ Even though I've been sick all week,and totally out of sorts with work for another two, I still managed to keep my tradition of keeping a light out for the solstice night. There isn't any historical precedent for this that I know of, but I feel lighting the candle is a way of helping … Continue reading The Eye Returns!
According to the reckoning of the Kemetic Orthodox festival calendar, right now we're in the feast of the Beautiful Reunion - the marriage festival of Heru-wer, the fierce hawk-god, and Hethert, the cow-goddess of love and joy. I have a really strange relationship with this festival, partly because I have a really strange relationship with … Continue reading What about love?