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
On June 14th, 2008, I sat across Hemet(AUS) as she tossed the shells to reveal the results of my Rite of Parent Divination. As she stated the results, my life would be forever changed. I was divined a daughter of Djehuty, beloved of Hethert-Sekhmet. I knew the Kemetic Orthodox faith was my home, so I … Continue reading Ten years
The topic of this entry is motivated by discussions that have been going through the Kemetic Orthodox community recently regarding how the Netjeru appear differently to individuals. Another way of understanding this is as regional gods. This existed in antiquity (such as Khenty-Amentiu being a regional form of Yinepu, Hethert of Dendera, etc) and it … Continue reading Djehuty-of-Endy
One of the reasons I wanted to start this blog was so I could participate in the Kemetic Bloghop. I do plan on writing an entry for each of the Bloghop prompts, but I figured I would start with the current one and work backward in time to answer them all. The May 2018 prompt … Continue reading Kemetic Bloghop: May 2018
Hello, and welcome to my blog! I have been pondering whether or not I should create a blog since the Kemetic Bloghop project began several months ago, but I have always felt that I don't have anything to say that is really worth reading. But lately I have been getting the push to do more … Continue reading Who is Djehutyendy?