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Do Not Sass Shu or Set

Yay, alliteration!

I wanted to share this story.

For me, Shu and Set bring in nasty weather. Set, in particular, is a snowy deity here in the Colorado area. 204 more words

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Are You My Mother?

As a Kemetic, I am finding myself looking for the symbolism in everything I experience. Up to now it seems that in many situations I feel like I have missed things, that had I been in tuned to the symbollic, perhaps I would have identified things differently and thus made other choices in my life. 1,128 more words

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Walk Like an Egyptian

I am not sure when my fascination with Ancient Egypt began; I have been interested for as long as I can remember.  In 6th grade I did a project centered around Ancient Egypt, my daughter had to make something from Ancient Egyptian culture (ok, I admit I totally took over the project!) and my first college paper was on Nefertiti; it is just something I have always gravitated towards. 475 more words

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Sticks and Stones and Heka

There’s an old saying, “Sticks and stone may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”  It’s like a child’s anti-bullying mantra that follows along with the commonly known Eleanor Roosevelt saying, “ 1,131 more words

Spirituality

KRT: Kemeticism Underground

How public are you about your beliefs and practices? How has it (or not) impacted your work life, your familial and friendly ties? What advice would you give to uncertain Kemetics about how to approach either telling or not telling others about their beliefs? 876 more words

Kemeticism

KRT: Underground Kemeticism

Underground Kemeticism: How public are you about your beliefs and practices? How has it (or not) impacted your work life, your familial and friendly ties? What advice would you give to uncertain Kemetics about how to approach either telling or not telling others about their beliefs? 425 more words