It is my absolute pleasure to announce that Nekhen Ib Imau-sen has reopened in service to Wepwawet and Sekhmet-Mut. I have returned to w'ab priesthood now that my internships are done, and I look forward to continuing to serve and honor the gods. 🙂
I had a bit of a run-away train of thought this afternoon while I was buying a set of lenses to enhance my iPhone photography skills. One of the brief stops was to wonder just why it is that during every Kemetic Orthodox group ritual I've attended, we pause to take photos of the altar … Continue reading Why all the photos of altars?
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.
They were too lovely not to photograph.
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.
So I've just moved into my own place for the first time. (Those of you who have been living like this for some time, feel free to read this with some feelings of superiority for having figured this stuff out already.) There's a funny thing about living on one's own: you have to clean everything … Continue reading W’ab Wednesday: Cleaning Up
Not pictured: W'ab priest State Shrine; personal heka/ritual shrine.