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GMC: Wepwawet and Gate-keepers in Ritual

I was flipping through P. Sufanas Virius Lupus’ book Devotio Antinoo, and I found something relating to this month’s GMC that I’m thinking of adopting into my personal practice. 194 more words

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June GMC extended due to Life Shit

So, it’s been exactly one month since I posted, not counting this morning’s poem for Odin. I’m sorry I fell off the face of the earth for a while. 287 more words

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GMC: Wepwawet

Hail Wepwawet,
Shape-shifting son of Re
Opener of Ways, War-God,
He Who carries the sharpest arrows
Jackal-headed and clad in armor.
Are You the One called Anubis, 117 more words

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GMC: Wepwawet

Wepwawet (Upuaut, Wep-wawet, Wep-waut, Wepuat, Ophois in Greek), Who I have written about briefly before on this blog, is an ancient canid-formed Deity from the Old Kingdom of Egypt. 1,243 more words

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June God of the Month Club

Won’t be posting for it till next week, but in case anyone is curious, June’s Gods of the Month are Yinepu/Anubis. Wepwawet, and Odin. It’s interesting that Anubis and Wepwawet showed up the same month. 41 more words

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Milestones

Well, I did it. I finished my master’s degree in counseling. I also passed my licensing exam. Now the only thing standing between me and my dream job is a boatload of paperwork — and hopefully not too many job applications. 227 more words

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Top Ten Tunes: #TeamWepwawet

There is an old adage that music is the universal language. Music is so deep a part of the human experience that it affects our brains in a way that no other activity or creative art does. 908 more words

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