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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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Finding Sekhmet at the Penn Museum

Sekhmet, meet my blog. My blog, meet Sekhmet.

There’s this thing in Kemetic religion(s) called an open statue. Here’s how it works:

An open statue is an image of a deity which has had a ritual performed on it called the Opening of the Mouth. 1,238 more words

Other Deities

Wep Ronpet and Resolutions

Wep Ronpet occurred in my location on 8/13. Before that time would have been the Closing of the Year and the five Days Upon the Year. 376 more words


Philadelphia and What I Found There

Earlier this month I spent a week in Philadelphia with a dear friend of mine for her birthday. I haven’t been to Philly in years and found myself quickly falling in love with the city all over again. 1,012 more words


Penn Museum and Open Statues

Last weekend, I braved crowds of sportsball fans so I could spend time at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology with someone… 860 more words

Pagan Blog Project

Sage reblogged this on Sage and Starshine and commented:

Hey, this is me! :)

KRT: Akhu 101

I struggled a lot with deciding on what I wanted to write for this topic because despite how much work I do with the dead on the astral, akhu play next to no role in my practice. 1,050 more words


The Form of my Faith

One of the things I love about religion, at least up until the past 1000 years or so, is how it changes with time. Back in the day you had a religion, and then your nation conquers another nation, or is conquered itself, and suddenly you have a bunch of new gods added to the mix, and your religion changes to accomodate new rituals and deities, and fusions of deities. 398 more words