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I'd like to see someone like Serquet or Sekhmet have their year. 

Em hotep Meres!

I love Mom to death, but after this year I'd really like not to have a Serqet year. (Unless I get to get away with all the stuff because I'm one of her kids. *glances at Mom* But knowing her and her expectations of me as her child, it might be extra pointy.) Mom's year would be similar to a Set year because she's all about survival and healing. It's not comfortable survival or healing, but it's necessary in that form.

Sekhmet could be a nice year; I think it would be very healing and very much about appropriate action. Possibly similar to Aset's year. A Sekhmet year would be nice I think.

Note: I don't necessarily think the God of the Year has to do with what happens in the year; more that it denotes the challenges and trials we will face in the year. Which is why while I'd love a year of Serqet, I wouldn't relish those challenges and trials.

Senebty
Ra'awy

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Em Hotep, Ra'awyserqet.

I think the opposite. I think that a year of Serqet would be good, without many challenges(maybe have more challenges for us, Her children! We know! ;) ) and a Sekhmet year would be hard. Because of their personality and energy. But... Who knows?!  ;D



I think I'm in the same place as Ra'awy on this one! Serqet is a challenger, much more so than my other Mother; my experience has been that She has high expectations of Her followers. I would expect her year to be anything but relaxing.

More specifically, due to Her role as remover of poisons, I would expect Her year to be one that focuses on the eradication of toxic influences on our lives. It's something I think about a lot, as for the past few years I have definitely been focused on removing toxic people and influences from my life. It's a necessary process, and one that has been hugely beneficial for me in the long term, but it's also painful and upsetting. I'd expect a Serqet year to contain that same duality: beneficial in the long-term, but painful and upsetting in the moment.

People who have different relationships with Her might experience such a year very differently, of course! But knowing the role She tends to play in my life, I would not be expecting Her year to be a serene one for me.

ETA: Actually, while I'm thinking about my Mothers... a Hethert-Nut year would be ideal for me right now, I think. I could use some of that big-picture cosmic energy!

Hi Ha'aut,

So, thinking this way, I agree with you and Ra'awy. Maybe a Serqet year, for people who are not accustomed with quickly and needed changes, could be a little uncomfortable, at least at first. =)

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I'd like to see someone like Serquet or Sekhmet have their year. 

Em hotep Meres!

I love Mom to death, but after this year I'd really like not to have a Serqet year. (Unless I get to get away with all the stuff because I'm one of her kids. *glances at Mom* But knowing her and her expectations of me as her child, it might be extra pointy.) Mom's year would be similar to a Set year because she's all about survival and healing. It's not comfortable survival or healing, but it's necessary in that form.

Sekhmet could be a nice year; I think it would be very healing and very much about appropriate action. Possibly similar to Aset's year. A Sekhmet year would be nice I think.

Note: I don't necessarily think the God of the Year has to do with what happens in the year; more that it denotes the challenges and trials we will face in the year. Which is why while I'd love a year of Serqet, I wouldn't relish those challenges and trials.

Senebty
Ra'awy

Sent from my E6782 using Tapatalk




Em Hotep, Ra'awyserqet.

I think the opposite. I think that a year of Serqet would be good, without many challenges(maybe have more challenges for us, Her children! We know! ;) ) and a Sekhmet year would be hard. Because of their personality and energy. But... Who knows?!  ;D


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Well...

I just have a name in my mind at moment: Wesir. I can't say why... Who knows?

I really hope that the next year be more peaceful than the current.  :)

(Sorry my English. Any mistake, please tell me.  ;D)

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: My Second Introduction
« on: May 20, 2011, 10:08:54 pm »
Em Hotep and welcome back!

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: New guy...
« on: May 05, 2011, 10:08:51 pm »
Em Hotep and Welcome! I remember when I was all eager to start the class. lol Do not worry, I think you're in time for the next class, yeah. :)

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello
« on: February 09, 2011, 08:23:19 pm »
Bem-vindo Kadu, eu postei na sua "apresentação"! Se quiser me add, meu msn está no meu perfil do forum!! xD

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello from Brazil
« on: February 09, 2011, 08:18:19 pm »
"Finalmente achei outros brasileiros aqui na House of Netjer, é até estranho escrever em portugues aqui hahaha! Tanakht, eu conheci o Kemetismo por meio do seu blog, vc ta d parabéns"

Concordo com você Kadu! Também conheci o Kemetismo através do blog dela! xD

Tanakhtsenu... Te mandei meu msn por email, viu?! Ainda não apareceu a mensagem para te aceitar! aff

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello, i'm from Brazil!!!
« on: February 09, 2011, 08:09:56 pm »
Olá!!Bem-vindo!
Também sou do Brasil e iniciante(aguardando confirmação do "Apply")! Percebi, como foi dito acima, que muita gente daqui é de fora dos Estados Unidos!! Por isso, eu acho que deveria ter algum tipo de tradutor no forum, para pessoas que não entendem o inglês muito bem! hehe


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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello
« on: December 01, 2010, 06:30:30 am »
Yes Senushemi, I agree with you ... But I'm a little confused with all this!

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello
« on: November 29, 2010, 11:04:24 pm »
HI!

Well ..

Now a bit of my story ...

I am pagan, since some time ago (back in my childhood) I was fascinated by religion / Egyptian Gods, even without knowing why! But after a while, not much, I had a connection with a Greek goddess, and a little later I was introduced to paganism. I'm still a beginner in the subject, but I already have several years of studies. And by identifying me with her characteristics and fascinated with the Greek goddess of what I said, I thought she was my spiritual mother, I was getting ready to start up a priesthood to her! But to my surprise, a few days ago while talking with a spiritual entity (spiritual guardian of a friend) I asked the question, just to be sure: "You know what is the my Father / Mother Spiritual?" And he replied that was an Egyptian God. "You do not use this symbol for use only!" He said pointing to my amulet bead (a symbol of Egypt, I am fascinated by that, this moment know why)!

Anyway, I look even more deeply about the Egyptian religion, which fascinated me, though I not given due attention before! And I found the Netjer House!

Wow, long, sorry about that!

Now my questions:

Is it possible to have spiritual parents of different cultures!? Because I still see this Greek goddess as a mother! Help me please, what do you think I should do?

Thanks in advance!

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello
« on: November 29, 2010, 10:25:47 pm »
Thanks to everyone for the warm welcome!
  ;)

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Hello
« on: November 29, 2010, 07:31:57 am »
Greetings to all ...

I am a boy from Brazil, and very interested to learn the ancient Egyptian religion and their Gods!

See ya!

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