Originally posted on Fiercely Bright One:
Here is the previous post about this topic. You may be lost if you haven’t read this before. Navigation of Aset/Isis. I can’t help shake the feeling that this festival in its Kemetic version was very much like the Aset Luminous celebration. They all have to do with Aset…

Originally posted on Mystical Bewilderment:
The Kemetic Round Table (KRT) is a blogging project aimed at providing practical, useful information for modern Kemetic religious practitioners. For all the entries relating to this particular topic, take a peek here. I’ve spoken about Fallow Times numerous times on this blog (and all those pertinent entries are linked…

Originally posted on Peaceful Awakenings: Reflections of Egypt:
So some folks have started up a thing called the Kemetic Roundtable, to discuss some basic ideas and give people a sense of the breadth of the religious community that actually exists out there and let new folks orient themselves accordingly. And this is a fantastic idea,…

Originally posted on Peaceful Awakenings: Reflections of Egypt:
PaganiCon is a small pagan convention held just outside Minneapolis, Minnesota; this year it falls on the weekend of March 15-17. Guests of honor this year are Brandy Williams and Orion Foxwood. I just got the schedule finalisation message last night, so I can say what I…

Originally posted on Blau Stern Schwarz Schlonge:
OK, I know that sounds like a come on line, but anyway – Happy Chinese New Year of the Water Snake! I was born on the cusp of the Years of the Dragon and Snake. More on that tomorrow just how friggin old I will be then, lol.…

Originally posted on carrying their light:
This is a contribution to the Kemetic Round Table’s discussion on Ritual Purity. For more information on this new project, go here! As a Kemetic Orthodox priest of purity (a W’ab priest), it would be easy for some to assume that since I work with purifications and purity, I…

Originally posted on Fiercely Bright One:
I’m working on calendars. I’m working on one for the Devotional Book and Hymnal Books I’m writing for Aset. There are festival days to Aset like “Awakening of Aset by the Majesty of Ra” which celebrates Her power as a sun goddess and there is one called “Celebration of…

Originally posted on Isiopolis:
I am not usually the triple exclamation point type. But I feel justified this time. As of this time next week, the new edition of Isis Magic will be at the printer’s going through all its “pre-production” processes. Then, within about a month, we should have them available for purchase!!! (Oops,…

Originally posted on Peaceful Awakenings: Reflections of Egypt:
The doors of the sky are opened The doors for the firmament are thrown open at dawn…. As people who might recall my marking of the Days Upon the Year with a fiveday of ritual bathing might guess, I am kind of a fan of the ritual…

Originally posted on Isiopolis:
Guess what? Religious tolerance is hard. And it always has been. Even in a polytheistic world where people were used to dealing with a variety of religious expressions. For instance, Greek comic playwrights often made fun of the religious practices of Egyptians, usually focusing on their reverence for animals as manifestations…