Audiobook thoughts!

Random thought for the day: I seriously cannot recommend Red Land, Black Land by Barbara Mertz strongly enough. I have both the print and audiobook versions of this book. The audiobook is absolutely delightful. Mertz's conversational tone lends itself extremely well to being read out loud. Temples, Tombs, and Heiroglyphs is equally as interesting to … Continue reading Audiobook thoughts!

Link – The Book of the Celestial Cow: A Theological Interpretation

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

The Mysteries Have Begun

Later today, I will be honoring Wesir's Mysteries with several Shemsu and Remetj from the northeastern US, with dinner and ceremonies to celebrate Him. In the meantime, here are some thoughts from other people about Wesir and His mysteries: Raheriwesir, a w'ab priest of Wesir in Kemetic Orthodoxy, has been writing about the Mysteries day … Continue reading The Mysteries Have Begun