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Kickstarter Campaign for "The Ancient Egyptian Daybook: Perpetual Planner"

Signal boost: Calling all Kemetic polytheists! Egyptologist Tamara L. Siuda, a personal friend of mine and fellow priestess in the Fellowship of Isis, has 6 days remaining in… 48 more words

Fellowship Of Isis

Egyptian Gods and Goddesses - Thoth - God of wisdom

In Egyptian mythology, Thoth was the deity of scribes. He is thought to be one of the most important deities of the Egyptian religion and was often shown with the head of an ibis. 459 more words


Egyptian Gods and Goddesses - Horus - God of war, sky, and falcons

Horus was the Egyptian god of the Sky. He was the son of Isis and Osiris. After fighting his uncle, Set, ( also known as Osiris and Isis brother ) he became the king of Egypt. 390 more words


Signs from the Universe

Today was a day of frustration, having received my work assignment in the morning only to have it changed three times in fits and burst over a course of the morning hours until finally I stood in front of the door to my ultimate destination.  306 more words


Egyptian Gods and Goddesses - Seth - God of the desert

In Egyptian mythology, Set’ (also spelled Sutekh, Setesh, Seteh, Seth) was a god of the desert (including desert storms), thunder, evil, pain and suffering.

The word ‘Seth’ was first said as ‘Set’. 167 more words


Egyptian Gods and Goddesses - Osiris - God of life, death

In Egyptian mythology, Osiris is the god of life, death, the flooding of the Nile and the afterlife. He was the brother and husband of Isis. 310 more words


Egyptian Gods and Goddesses - Isis

Isis (pronounced /ˈaɪ.sɪs/ or eye-sis) was a goddess in Egyptian mythology. She was the sister and wife of Osiris, and they had a son named Horus. 356 more words