Tag Archives: Kemetic

The Logistics of Running a Kemetic Anything

Alternate Title: Why running a group, temple or organization isn’t as simple as it looks. There is a lot of discussion within the Kemetic community about modern temples and organizations. As it currently stands, we only have a handful of … Continue reading

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Kemetic Roundtable: How Do You Survive Fallow Time?

Everyone has dry spells in their religious practices. How do you handle the fallow times in your religious practice? We have fifteen answers so far for this question.    

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Kemetic Roundtable: How do you prepare for ritual?

Our first question: Before doing a Kemetic ritual, it’s common to do something special to prepare yourself. What do modern Kemetics to do prepare themselves for ritual? So far we have 16 blog answers, with a few more still in … Continue reading

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Sad news: Rev. Deena Butta (Mekhatsenyt)

Em hotep, It is with a very heavy heart that I report the passing of Rev. Deena Butta, who was also known as Mekhatsenyt as a Shemsu of the House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple, to the beautiful West late … Continue reading

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Reconstruction? Revival? Reform? Really? Are you HIP?

  Kemetic Reconstruction, Revival, Reform. We “know” what the words mean in this context, but nobody else seems to. When we mention our path, others have the impression that it’s a soulless attempt to re-create a past that can never … Continue reading

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The True Meaning of Moomas

My newest blog entry is about “The Establishment of the Celestial Cow,” in which I highlight an article by Edward P. Butler, of Henadology blog fame, and also gripe about working retail during the holiday season. Enjoy!    

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Devo Magix: Execrations

Most Kemetics know about execration, or at least, we know of them. Execrations are highly misunderstood within the Kemetic community, and in some ways, they are generally feared. I wanted to clear up some ideas about execrations, and how you … Continue reading

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Reblog: Kemetism: The Red-Headed Step Child of Paganism

I read this post last week, and I thought it was really interesting. You should consider giving the original poster your thoughts on the idea!   So, I started a new Kemetics only group on FB this week because of … Continue reading

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Kemetic Priesthood: Then and Now

I thought I would start off with a fairly academic post I made a while back There is a lot of discussion out on the Internet about priesthood. What is it? How do you know when you are a priest? … Continue reading

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A is for Atum.

Neenee and Em Hotep! For my first few entries, I’m linking to some of my older posts that ‘fell off the radar’ when I switched my blog to wordpress. Atum is a good place to start! A is for Atum.

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