April182014

The Next KRT Topic is…

thetwistedrope:

The next topic we’ll be discussing for the Kemetic Round Table is:

Living Kemeticism: What does living your faith mean to you? How can others bring their religion into their day to day life or live their religion? 

Entries will be posted on May 7, 2014.

Be sure that your post is tagged #Kemetic Round Table.
We look forward to your responses!

April152014
satdeshret:

akurol:

satdeshret:

satdjehuti:

satdeshret - look at this shit a certain someone got me to buy and it tastes so funky.

Is that tea?

I’m hoping tea, because my first thought was beef jerky

That’s what I thought, too.

When I lived in Egypt I had chilled hibiscus tea a few times. They served it with crushed ice and sugar. It was delicious, especially satisfying during hot days. 

satdeshret:

akurol:

satdeshret:

satdjehuti:

satdeshret - look at this shit a certain someone got me to buy and it tastes so funky.

Is that tea?

I’m hoping tea, because my first thought was beef jerky

That’s what I thought, too.

When I lived in Egypt I had chilled hibiscus tea a few times. They served it with crushed ice and sugar. It was delicious, especially satisfying during hot days. 

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April42014

Making Sense of the Osirian Myth Cycle

thetwistedrope:

Making Sense of the Osirian Myth Cycle

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This post is a continuing work in progress. As I find new information regarding the Osirian myth cycle, I will add it in below. If you see anything incorrect within this post, please let me know so that I can correct it!

It’s incredibly difficult to get to know Osiris without getting to know his mythology. More so than a lot of other deities, I have found that Osiris is entirely tied up in his…

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April32014

xenomorphish asked: I was just introduced to your blog, so I'm sorry if you've answered this before! I'm trying to learn how to offer food and drink to my patron deity, Anubis. I read your food/drink offerings guide, which was very helpful. I was wondering if you could give me a little more advice (major beginner over here) on Anubis specifically. Do you know if he has a preference offering, or how I may offer to him? I would also like to make him an alter, but haven't a clue how.

thetwistedrope:

BING

BANG

Truthfully, I don’t do a whole lot with Anup, so I can really only give you basic stuff that is applicable to any NTR. Anup is known for being quiet and calm, so I’d say to expect some amount of subtlety. I’ve heard that he likes chocolate, too.

If you want historical information, per-sabu is the best place to go with henadology being second. I know there are some Anup people that read my stuff, so I’mma give a shout out to them and let them jump in on this if they want.

But generally speaking, I’d tell you to just leave offerings out to start. Doesn’t have to be complicated. It can be food, incense, or something as simple as prayer. Make room in your life for him, and then let the relationship develop from there. It’s common to want to rush into things headlong, but honestly, sometimes the smallest actions make the largest impact.

And if you find that working with Anup and the whole Kemeticism thing works for you, I’d recommend learning more about the religion as a whole, and then maybe looking into getting more elaborate/fancy stuff for a shrine for him.

HOPEFULLY HELPFUL A LITTLE BIT?

ANUP KEMETICS. ASSEMBLE.

April12014

KRT Reminder

thetwistedrope:

The next topic we’ll be discussing for the Kemetic Round Table is:

Underground Kemeticism: How public are you about your beliefs and practices? How has it (or not) impacted your work life, your familial and friendly ties? What advice would you give to uncertain Kemetics about how to approach either telling or not telling others about their beliefs?

Entries will be posted on April 9, 2014.

Be sure that your post is tagged #Kemetic Round Table.
We look forward to your responses!

(via bakhure)

March182014
Their temporary shrine downstairs (until I finish building what I’m planning for the upstairs room)

Their temporary shrine downstairs (until I finish building what I’m planning for the upstairs room)

March152014
This just happened on my dashboard.

This just happened on my dashboard.

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