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Kemetic Round Table: Akhu Basics

[this is my last KRT catch up post, finally up to date!] Ancestor worship is something many modern kemetics have included (or are in the process of including) into their general practice. It is absolutely fine if you do not … Continue reading

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Kemetic Round Table: Gods and communication

[This is a KRT catch-up post] ‘Gods and communication’ is and extremely personal topic in my humble opinion, as in how one person communicates with the gods (and how the gods choose to communicate with that person) is unique and very … Continue reading

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Kemetic Round Table: Offerings Basics

[This is a catch-up post, as I am a bit behind with my contributions to the Kemetic Round Table project.] ‘Two concepts are linked to the notion of offerings that cover all kinds of offerings and explain the meaning of … Continue reading

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Recovery

As many of you may have noticed I have been very quiet lately. For those who keep in contact with me on social media as well it hasn’t been a complete mystery as I managed to post an update a … Continue reading

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Kemetic Round Table: Living Kemeticism

This month’s topic of the KRT 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?   Seems like a simple enough question, … Continue reading

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Kemetic Round Table: Underground Kemeticism

For those who don’t know what the Kemetic Round Table is, I would suggest you check out this link first. This is my first post contributing to the project. The topic is Underground Kemeticism: How public are you about your beliefs … Continue reading

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Ritual Eye Make-up

Tomb paintings, statues, documents and various artefacts such as kohl tubes, unguent jars and a myriad of make-up containers attest to the widespread use of cosmetics and make-up in Ancient Egypt. Whole chapters and books (especially Lise Manniche’s Sacred Luxuries, … Continue reading

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