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Festivals of Khnum

Festival of Raising the Sky, The Setting up of the Potter’s Wheel:  Day one of Pharmenoth
This festival celebrated Khnum as one of the Creator gods who birthed the universe.  230 more words

A Praise and a Prayer

Praise to the Lord of Heaven, who walks between the veil.
Sweet hymns to the Lord of the Two Lands,
The Lord of the Pavilion. 273 more words

Daily Life

(The) Ogdoad

I wanted to write a simple post explaining The Ogdoad of Hermopolis, with a larger plan of later writing one about The Ennead of Heliopolis, and then culminating in a compare-contrast post of the two.  1,138 more words

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PBP: O is for Oaths and Promises

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

Kemetic

Offerings with Limitations

I love the idea of offerings. The notion of reciprocity between humans and gods. The idea of a cycle where they give to us, and we give to them, and through this exchange, Creation is propelled forward and maintained. 1,082 more words

Kemeticism

Akhu and Personal Experiences With Death: Before and After

The Before

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

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Octopus Handshake

There are days when being a Kemetic feels as overwhelming and endless as shaking hands with an octopus.

Octopuses are fascinating creatures, and I’ve been enamored of them since I was a preschooler.  884 more words

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