I recently had a fantastic conversation with my husband. We were doing our weekly grocery shopping, and I was browsing the candy aisle for something to offer in shrine while idly discussing the options with hubby. Our conversation prompted him to ask why I choose to offer foods I enjoy to the gods, over things … Continue reading On Offerings.
When your practice leaves the beaten path: what happens when the gods throw you for a loop? What do you do when the gods present you with a situation that doesn't seem "normal" for a Kemetic? How do you handle things when your practice wanders off the map? I feel like "off the beaten path" … Continue reading KRT: The Road Less Travelled (and Red Jellybeans)
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.
One of my absolute favorite offerings to make to the Gods is tea, especially loose-leaf tea. It's very easy to portion out a cup of tea or a teaspoon of tea leaves, and I find the act of drinking tea to be particularly soothing and meditative. I have quite a few different kinds of tea, … Continue reading Tea as an Offering
Bought offerings for later - had a very Jackal moment in the store. Posted from WordPress for Android
When to honor Wepwawet: Ask Him to open the Way to new opportunities when you are seeking a job or place to live. Carry a token of His with you when you need luck - in a casino or while playing games of chance. Offer to Him to open the way for words and creativity … Continue reading Ways to Honor Wepwawet