The lights in the conference room were dimmed, and in my memory candles are flickering on Her altar, though no candles were lit besides the fake ones that the venue permitted. She had come before Her people embodied; Sekhmet the Great sat before us, enthroned.
Taking time off from serving as a priest of my deities has been one of the greatest blessings I have ever received. When I made the decision to temporarily suspend my service, I grieved a little. I felt like I was giving up, like I was losing a piece of myself, like I was a … Continue reading On sabbaticals.
No, this is not a post about getting new Gods. This is a post about the same old Gods, seen a new way; little snippets of life with the Precious Two in this year of Zep Tepi. I have always thought of myself as a servant to my Gods; as a conduit for Their work … Continue reading My New Gods.
So a while ago I posted about some exciting things that were happening that I wasn't going to post about until the time was right. Well, the time is right. On August 6th, 2010 I was consecrated as a W'ab priest of Wepwawet and Sekhmet-Mut. W'ab priesthood is lay priesthood; I don't get the title … Continue reading How about those big, life changing moments?