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The Monday Quote

Since we’ve been discussing the Afterlife for the KRT this month, I thought this is relevant for the discussion. The following is an excerpt from… 144 more words

Heka

The Afterlife

This is a Kemetic Round Table response. If you wish to see all the responses for this month, go here.

The ancient Egyptians are famous for their elaborate preparations for death. 806 more words

Anubis

KRT: Afterlife

For this KRT we are discussing various ideas regarding the afterlife both then and now. The Egyptian realm of the dead, often referred to as the Duat (and sometimes as the Dat or Dwat) was a complicated place filled with all sorts of weird beings. 2,197 more words

Pagan

The Veil [KRT POST]

How did the Egyptians view the afterlife? How do you view the afterlife? Does this effect your practice at all?

In the most simplistic explanation that I can manage, the ancient Egyptians believed that after death, your soul would go through a series of adventures through the afterlife, culminating in the Weighing of the Heart ceremony. 441 more words

Kemetic

Words, words and more.... words

This is a Kemetic Round Table post and this month’s topic is Terminology and Language.

When adhering to a religion which originated from a completely different place in space and time it can become quite the challenge to adopt the correct terminology for your practice and to communicate with others who adhere to the same religion or set of beliefs. 545 more words

Food For Thought

Daily Ritual, Christo-Kemetic Style

Note: This post is for the KRT topic, ‘Daily Ritual’.

I’ll be honest, I’m so new to this I really didn’t have a ‘daily worship’ habit yet. 332 more words

Kemetic

KRT: Terminology & Language

Terminology and language: how necessary is it? Is there a right or wrong way to use terminology and language in your practice?

When I think about terminology and language and how it applies to Kemetic practices, I feel like it can be applied in three ways: 934 more words

Pagan