I revived this blog only a month ago and already find myself falling behind. My goal is to write at least one blog post a month, which I thought would be easy because I have a few topics already laid out. However, the month of May ended up being the most intense month so far … Continue reading June: A Month To Look Forward To
When I left Kemetic Orthodoxy and took a break from spirituality for a couple of months, I asked myself "Why do I follow a spiritual path?" The knee-jerk response is "To serve and honor the gods," but why do I really choose this lifestyle? I found myself asking this question again when the Norse gods … Continue reading Why do you worship?
It has been over a year since my last blog post, and my oh my how much has changed since then! Shortly after I wrote my last blog post, I learned I would be becoming a W'ab priest of the Kemetic Orthodox faith. The consecration occurred during the Wep Ronpet retreat, which took place during … Continue reading The Only Constant in Life is Change
Since the time that I wrote my last blog post a couple of months ago, I have been wanting to write another post on purity. But with life being busy (in a good way), I just never sat down to write it. Then it was announced that the Kemetic Bloghop was starting up again, and … Continue reading Purity – Kemetic Bloghop: April 2019
Some conversations have been going around the Kemetic Orthodox community about sharing shrine stories, and I felt it would be fun to talk about my Senut shrine. I have a few shrines, but I decided to just focus on my Senut one: The Djehuty and Hethert statues are the two original statues that I bought … Continue reading My Senut Shrine
I have mentioned regional gods before in my entry where I talk about how Djehuty appears to me, but this is a topic I have been thinking about a lot more in the last couple months. Since I moved, just about all of the Netjeru have felt different to me. I'm still trying to figure … Continue reading Regional Gods
Shortly after I wrote my last post about 3 months ago, my life became very busy and overwhelming--but in a good way! I had been applying for jobs since the beginning of 2018 and, at the end of June, I was finally offered a position! Overall the work is similar to what I have been … Continue reading Shemsu-Ankh