You have two parents and two beloveds. Would you like to guess? For the self-discovery; For the connections and relationships; For the self-improvement and crucial lessons; For opening my eyes to everything I needed to see but hadn't; For the last nine years living deeply as Your child; Thank You. All images from my personal … Continue reading 9.
So it has been eight years since my RPD. I remember back when I became Kemetic Orthodox, and I wondered what it would feel like to have been a part of something for eight years. I submitted my application for the Beginners' course just before I turned eighteen; at that point, the only thing I'd … Continue reading Eight.
It's my first time in the Tawy House main shrine room. The wall is lined with comfortable green chairs; I perch awkwardly on one, nervous about meeting new people and still more nervous about meaning the person who calls herself "King". Before too long she comes into the room. She introduces herself as "Tamara", and … Continue reading The King and I
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.
A letter to the blogger, seven years in the past. Dear... you (because seven years ago we were not Sobeq yet, nor the magpie, nor any of the things we would yet become), You cannot see where we are going, but from my vantage point seven years in the future, I can see where we … Continue reading Seven.
How did you get started in Kemeticism? Tips? Stories? ♦♦♦ I am sitting at my computer desk, writing in my LiveJournal when something deep in my gut starts to hum, like all the A-keys on a piano going off at once. I ignore it. Laying in bed later, I grow restless. A voice just beyond … Continue reading Coming to Kemet.
The concept of a "patron" deity, or a main deity, or a "Parent" deity comes up a lot in Kemetic practices. Heck, it comes up often in any pagan/polytheist practice. Look at any online meeting place for polytheists, and you'll find a number of people introducing themselves not only by their path, but also by … Continue reading Kemetic Roundtable – Patron Deities (or, “Are You My Mummy?”)