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Reflection on my Ma'atian Celebration: The End of Lenctene

This spring, have tried to further tie my Kemeticism to the nature around me and embrace some aspects of my akhu I once paid little attention to. 788 more words

Ancestors.

Ancestor veneration was a regular part of ancient Kemetic religion. Maintaining tombs, remembering the dead, making offerings to their kau – all of this was vital not only for the happiness of the living, but for the dead in the afterlife. 359 more words

Kemetic

A Prayer. 

A prayer I wrote to my gods recently, as I commuted to my internship site. Feel free to adapt for your own use with your own gods and ancestors.  86 more words

Kemetic

KRT: Akhu basics

Akhu means “shining ones”. (The singular is akh.) Akhu are those who have died but can still remain in contact with the living. It’s often used interchangeably with “ancestors” but you can honor any akh, not just those who were related to you. 659 more words

Kemetic

Monday's rite

I was going to do this writeup on Tuesday, but my family had a medical emergency (everyone is okay now) so I had to postpone things. 730 more words

Random Spiritual Stuff

For my honored dead

I thank those who came before
and paved the way for me.
I would not be where I am
if it wasn’t for all of you, 63 more words

Random Spiritual Stuff