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Pushing Round Tables together

The Heathen Round Table topic for July has been posted: What are your beliefs about deities from other religions/pantheons, both polytheistic and not? Do you honour any, and how do you balance that with heathenry?    186 more words

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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

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The Journey

This is a KRT catch-up post. The topic is ‘Kemeticism as a journey’ and you can find all the responses here.

The title couldn’t me more appropriate in my opinion, as some of you may already know that I always refer to my practice as ever evolving, a constant journey. 957 more words

Food For Thought

A Kemetic Journey: A Kemetic Round Table Entry

Kemeticism as a journey- how has your practice changed since you started out? How did you find your place within the Kemetic sphere? Are there things you do now that you didn’t then? 848 more words

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KRT: Kemeticism is a Journey

how has your practice changed since you started out? How did you find your place within the Kemetic sphere? Are there things you do now that you didn’t then? 1,933 more words

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Kemetic Round Table: The Journey

I saw this blogging project floating around the Kemetic spheres of the Internet and thought I would write for it. This latest topic, our journey as Kemetics, jump-started my desire to write something new here. 1,474 more words

Kemetic Round Table

KRT: Priesthood Here & Now

A long long long time ago I wrote a post detailing how the priesthood existed in antiquity. At the end of that post, I had asked Kemetics to weigh in on what it meant to be a priest now. 1,465 more words

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