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A Project Idea

So, yesterday a friend posted an interesting article about a school district in Florida. Apparently, some conservatives and evangelicals made a big fuss to get Christian religious materials distributed in public schools. 115 more words

Surrounded By The Sun

Thoughts on "Prince of Egypt"

I confess I have a love for animated movies. Unlike many of my peers, I wasn’t raised on Disney and Pixar, and for much of my childhood I thought that… 953 more words


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


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


Isfet and Anxiety

To have an anxiety disorder is, in my mind, to combat isfet all the time. Isfet is, among many other things, fear and panic. Not healthy chaos or panic that might arise from facing a charging lion or a raging fire, but pointless chaos; pointless panic; the kind that arises from nothing, just as isfet arises from nothing. 265 more words


On Balance-KRT Post

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


The Value of Being Passive

Alternative Title: Osiris Knows What’s Up

pas·sive  –  adjective

  1. accepting or allowing what happens or what others do, without active response or resistance.

Passivity is not a topic you see covered very often.

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