I am no longer serving as a w’ab priest in Kemetic Orthodoxy.
I made the decision to end my service after reflecting on the changes that are coming up for me in my secular life. 458 more words
Votive candles for Djehuty (Thoth): A beautiful bright blue and dusted with blue glitter and a touch of gold glitter (the candles remind me of lapis), scented with pure essential oils of frankincense and myrrh, cedarwood, and lavender – a blend that lends itself easily to meditation, ritual, study, and creative work. 138 more words
In ancient Egypt, there’s this funny thing called ma’at. Ma’at is a complicated topic. It can be defined as “universal order”, or “balance”; it can be conceived of as “justice” or “right action”; it can even be seen as a kind of law of returns in it’s own way. 913 more words