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Frau Holle

Frau Holle is the patroness of Urglaawe. She is also the protectress of agriculture and women’s crafts such as spinning. Various spellings of Her name exist, including Holda, Holle, Huld, and Hulda. 1,168 more words

Urglaawe

Feast Day of Sekhmet and Bastet

According to the Cairo Calendar, adjusted for the changes in our modern sky as Sirius, the Sothis Star, rises in August rather than mid-June in Ancient Times, today is the feast day of Sekhmet Bast Ra. 248 more words

Rituals

Hedjhotep, Tayet and Neith

Today is the day Hedjhotep and Tayet come forth from the Great Temple of Heliopolis. They present their gifts to Neith, one of the most ancient deities (early Pre-Dynastic Period c. 278 more words

Rituals

Our newest Sanctuary member: Re Sekhmet Mau

We welcome Re Sekhmet to the Iseum Sanctuary Refuge. Re is from the Mohave Desert area of Southern California. Being found in a desert seems appropriate for an Egyptian/Arabian Mau. 122 more words

Rituals

Shared: On the Worship of Loki – A Facebook Discussion Response by Kyaza

Please read the full article by Kyaza/ HeathenWoman. I found it really confirmed a lot of what I’ve been learning about Loki over the last three and a half years, and also since certain things have happened this year. 273 more words

Gods & Goddesses

Hymn to Isis/Aset

This hymn to the Goddess Aset was presented by Lady Loreon on January 18, 2003 during the Consecration ceremonies of the World Peace Temple of Isis in San Diego, California, and is used currently by the clergy and devotees of the Iseum Sanctuary as a constant reminder of Goddess ethics. 267 more words

Rituals

The Tears of the Sun

According to ancient Egyptian myth, bees grew from the tears of the sun god Ra when they fell to earth and landed in the desert. The bee was seen as the messenger of the gods coming to earth to provide a secret message. 35 more words

Writings