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Live in Ma'at. Oppose Isfet

For many Kemetics (if not most) these two concepts have a particular importance on many levels. Living and sustaining Ma’at is a basic religious and moral precept. 641 more words

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Kemetic Round Table: Ma'at and Isfet

What are these concepts? What role do they play in your practice?

Okay, so first off, what is ma’at (“baby don’t hurt me, don’t hurt me, no more…”)? 330 more words

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KRT: Creation, Uncreation and Balance

Despite being a central tenet within the Kemetic religion, there seems to be very little written about ma’at. Most Egyptologists don’t seem to be terribly interested in getting into the nitty gritty aspects of the concept ( 1,488 more words

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Ma’at and isfet: What are these concepts? What role do they play in your practice? 

In the beginning, it didn’t really play a role in my practice because I was more of an eclectic Pagan who honored the Netjeru alongside some of the Tuatha De Dannan. 397 more words

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Kemetic Round Table: Akhu Basics

Ancestor worship is something many modern kemetics have included (or are in the process of including) into their general practice. It is absolutely fine if you do not want or you do not feel the need to. 387 more words

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Kemetic Round Table: Gods and communication

‘Gods and communication’ is and extremely personal topic in my humble opinion, as in how one person communicates with the gods (and how the gods choose to communicate with that person) is unique and very intimate experience. 627 more words

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Kemetic Round Table: Offerings Basics

‘Two concepts are linked to the notion of offerings that cover all kinds of offerings and explain the meaning of offerings in the Egyptian worldview. One concept is the ‘Eye of Horus’, one of the most important symbols of ancient Egypt and used about all kinds of gifts. 1,007 more words

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