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Seasons Come in Many Forms

When most of us think of seasons, we think of weather based seasons that occur in the natural world. You know the ones- spring, summer, fall, winter. 1,105 more words


Pyramid Scheme

Sometimes I sit at work with a large pile of drugs in front of me that all need to be numbered and logged, and around me there are techs and veterinarians coming in to ask questions and get things, and the phone is ringing, and prescription labels are printing, and I stare at my large pile of drugs and I think, “How am I going to get this done?” 264 more words


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


Ma'at and Isfet

I had an idea for a post that addressed what could be an alternate way to view the concepts of Ma’at and isfet when I realized that such a post might be more useful if I first defined what I believe Ma’at and Isfet to normally be. 299 more words


Of Pillars and Pagodas

A Djed Pillar is an ancient Egyptian fertility symbol associated with the Netjer Osiris. A pagoda is an East AsianĀ building for housing sacred relics. Neither one has anything to do with the other, but check this out:



Guan Yin

I love Guan Yin.

Guan Yin is a goddess of mercy and compassion who is mainly associated with Buddhism, but her following is so widespread that many Taoists also worship her. 389 more words


Ra and the Three Pure Ones

In some schools of Kemetic thought, Ra is the the ultimate power in the universe. In religious Taoism, the Three Pure Ones are the same. But, let’s say you wanted to practice both Kemetism AND Taoism at the same time (like myself, for example)? 383 more words