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Daily Rite with a portable shrine

Recently I was traveling, and since I had a new portable shrine (a nice, handmade wooden box with a rose design on the cover), I thought I would take pictures and show you what I do when I’m on the road. 1,451 more words


When One Door Closes...

I think it’s pretty obvious that I have fallen off of the wagon this year. I don’t even know if I could call it falling off the wagon, as it feels more like falling off the wagon and log rolling down the hill next to the wagon and into the bottom of the canyon that lies below. 1,109 more words


The importance of self care

I have been pretty quiet here lately, mostly due to the semester taking a hunk out of me, but also from lack of topics. I feel despite practicing for a while now, I don’t know what to say, or feel it’s already been said many many times already. 404 more words


The Companions of Seth

Seth-Typhon is a very busy God. When He isn’t defending Ra, the Prime Mover, from the dragon of chaos, He’s boring cosmic tunnels into qliphothic realms, slaying or domesticating the monsters He finds out there accordingly. 1,326 more words


A few brief words about John Glenn

This might seem off-topic for a minute, but bear with me.

As you may know, John Glenn, Mercury astronaut, Senator, and hero, passed away yesterday. 120 more words


The Backward Face

In Egyptian mythology, Seth-Typhon is often considered to be the enemy of Osiris and Horus. This is accurate insofar as Seth (1) drowns and dismembers Osiris and (2) has a feud with Horus that lasts for a ridiculously long time. 1,048 more words


The Case for Social Justice in Ma'at

Discussions regarding what is and is not a part of ma’at, the central focus of the ancient Egyptian religion and the modern reconstructions of said religion, have proliferated over the years. 3,813 more words