I’m not what I would call an oathkeeper.
I haven’t always been good at keeping my word. There have been a lot of moments in my life where I’ve said I would do something, only to fall short of actually doing it. 466 more words
Akhu basics: Do akhu play a role in your practice? How do you work with the akhu (shrines, rites, etc)? How do you set up an akhu practice? 922 more words
The idea of the akhu, or blessed dead, is one of the parts of Kemeticism that I struggle the most with. Ancestor veneration is a major part of every religion I’ve ever shown interest in, and I feel strongly drawn to the concept, yet I always feel lost when it comes to actually going about it. 1,230 more words
Life has been kind of crazy lately, I won’t go into the details, but I do have some good news among the chaos! On June 26th Hemet (AUS) the founder and current Nisut of Kemetic Orthodoxy did my Rite of Parent Divination, and divined me as a Daughter of Hethert, and my Beloveds as Nut, Amun-Ra, and Aset-Serqet! 180 more words