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Nephthys Shawl

Now that we have completed our annual MKAL (Mystery Knit A Long) on our Ravelry group, enVision, the full pattern of my latest lace shawl design is released! 146 more words


The beginning of the beginning

I could call this post many things. For instance, the above, or perhaps “The prelude.” “The opening act.” Or better yet, “The overture.”

Once upon a time, early in the history of this blog, one poster said that Isis didn’t exist. 871 more words


Goddesses of Life and Death: Isis/Auset

Greetings Beloveds,

Today we are covering the Goddess of Life and Death Isis/Auset. Isis was one of the first Goddesses that I aligned with. She swept into my life and would not be ignored. 116 more words


Allatallahbel Swims To Nephthys' Undersea Tomb

Allatallahbel the Vampiress Priestess of Baal had hired two London private eyes Agathor Christie and Magog Rhys Petley to track down the sole surviving Vampiric Knights-Templar for her. 295 more words

Vampire Novel

Nefertiti granted the resurrection of Akhenaten. Part I

Let’s start with that: women were crucial in Ancient Egypt for the dead’s resurrection.

The rite of the professional mourning ritual in ancient Egyptian funerals was based on the Osirian theology. 241 more words


Hymn to Nephthys

To Nephthys, great friend of the dead, I offer my praise.
Daughter of Geb and star-strewn Nuit, beloved of Set
of the shifting sands, mother of careful Anubis, 130 more words


A few Egyptian goddesses

Isis, who is perhaps the most famous of all the Egyptian goddesses, is casting one of her magic spells. According to Egyptian mythology, she apparently got her powers after learning the sun god Ra’s “secret name” (since the Egyptians believed learning a person’s secret name would allow you to control them magically), but for the most part she would use them for benevolent purposes such as healing and protection. 266 more words