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On “What All of This Means”

The short answer is: I have no idea in the slightest.

For those unfamiliar with the turn my religious journey has recently taken, I refer you to… 764 more words


A Cry to Wadjet - May 20, 2018

Settle my soul, O Snake Mother.

Shroud me in Your Bright and Colorful Plumage; surround me with Your Wings. Hide me from view.

Give me a moment of time to mourn, to cry, to find release – And in so doing, may I find relief, however briefly. 96 more words


On Worshiping an “Obscure” Deity

Sometimes it’s hard to be so close to Wadjet.

Not because She is anything less than amazing or powerful; not for any negative thing to do with Her. 480 more words


Some Quick Thoughts on Some Recent Board Games

So just thought I would share some quick thoughts on some recent games I have played.

Great Western Trail was an interesting game. A mixture of route building, deck building and engine building, I thought it was okay. 138 more words

It was Kerma Not Nubia or Kush

The people between the First and Sixth Cataract of the Nile, first created the African Kerma Civilization (2500 BC-1500 BC) which evolved from the indigenous… 338 more words

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The Rise of the Divine Feminine - Healing the Community through the Energy of Auset

Holy Trinity – Ausar, Auset, and Heru

     Many of us are familiar with the Egyptian Goddess Isis, whose proper Egyptian name is Auset, which means “she (of the) throne, authority, seat.”  She was the wife and sister of Osiris (Ausar) and the mother of Horus (Heru) and one third of the original trinity of Ausar, Auset and Heru.  1,061 more words


The Story of Jamaica

It is often said in the discourses of post-colonial studies that there are two Jamaicas: Spanish Jamaica and British Jamaica. It is quite evident as to why one would think this, since what is written of the land we call Jamaica is mainly attributed to the Spanish and British colonisers. 1,594 more words