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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: HetHert and the Moon...
« on: September 27, 2019, 02:34:12 pm »
I've been following this thread but couldn't give my opinion because I didn't know how to express it, but I feel as if She can be related to the moon in a more indirect way, as mother and/or wifi. Some moon gods can be seen as Ra in the night, Heru is defintely related to the moon and, as Redietankhesi said, She is related to Nut, altough most times Hethert is taken as the day-sky and Nut as the night-sky, both can be both skies.

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Aset-Wadjet?
« on: September 26, 2019, 04:32:47 pm »
Em hotep, sis!

On the LAGG pages for Wadjet it says:
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A. Identification of Goddesses:
a) Title of Aset, of Aset in imt, of Aset in Buto (p), of Aset the goddess (Ast nTrt)

B. In Ritual Scenes:
1. Identification of Goddesses:
a) Title of Aset in a ritual scene (incense: snTr)

K. With Geographic Reference:
b) Wadjet is created in her name of Aset in the 18th Upper Egyptian nome (dwn anwy). She is there with her son Heru, and there one prepares all the ceremonies of the mammisi (pr mswt) for her on II. prt 1

S. Other Names:
c) wADt *nbt dwn anwy as Aset, the mother of Yinepu (mwt nt inpw)


On Aset's we have:
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W. In Connection with Concept of Time (Even Time of Day)
wADt nt hrw – Wadjet of Today

X. Identification with other Gods
wADt – Wadjet
wADt wrt HqAw – Wadjet, the Great of Magic
wADt nt hrw – Wadjet of Today

Hope this helps,
Hepetwi.

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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: WANT TO SEE YOUR SHRINE PICTURES
« on: September 08, 2019, 09:54:01 pm »
Em hotep

I'm just had finished my shrine. I had one already for a while, but now I reorganized it according the kemetic orthodoxy tradition. I'm sharing with you. Thanks!

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AowiGHp22J4cgp87Dxzlsf_np6pA5w?e=EfaPxi

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AowiGHp22J4cgp88rgAZiI7T2O6E7A?e=yAhb78

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AowiGHp22J4cgp86Wjors7dTYrbqyg?e=FdIc1m

Senebty

Em Hotep brazilian friend,
 
Eu amei muito seu altar! E adorei a ideia de usar maracas como sistro!

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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Em hotep my fellow brazilian sister,

The astrology we know today has been introduced to Kemet in later periods, so they didn't really gave any importance to astrology.

As about the eclipses there are a lot of interest things about it here in the forum, but basically, they are not a good sign for us. I don't know if there's any tradicional thing they would do at the times of the eclipses, but a heka for protection of the eyes of Heru would be interesting.

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: All forms of Heru
« on: July 28, 2019, 03:55:32 pm »
Heru-Ma'a-Heru: Heru the justified
Heru-Neb-Mesen: Heru, Lord of Mesen
Heru-Neb-Hebenu: Heru, Lord of Hebenu
Heru-Neb-Hem: Heru, Lord of Letopolis
Heru-Nefer: the perfect Heru
Heru-Nefer-en-nebw: the perfect Heru of Gold
Heru-Nefer-en-nebwt: the perfect Heru of the Golden One
Heru-Ra-pa-Khered: Heru-Ra the child
Heru-Shed: Heru, the saviour

Added! Thank you

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: All forms of Heru
« on: July 28, 2019, 01:30:46 pm »
Thanks Bestekeni and Ra'awy for the corrections <3

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: All forms of Heru
« on: July 25, 2019, 12:34:58 pm »
Heru-Yinepu and the fact that both Heru and Yinepu have the Dunawy title/form just lends more credence to the idea of a Jackal-Falcon continuum...

I once saw an image of Yinepu with the body of a Hawk/Falcon and the face of a Jackal. I think it was from the temple of Dendera, but I'm not sure

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: All forms of Heru
« on: July 24, 2019, 11:06:47 pm »
Heru-Hekenu!

Added!

Holy Heru! That's a lot of Heru. Thank you for compiling this :)

Yes it is! I did this list just for fun since Heru is not on my  cult and thought it may be useful to be posted. I got the names from the forum (specially the Saq-Nisut about the Heru gods) and from the LAGG.

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / All forms of Heru
« on: July 24, 2019, 08:29:23 pm »
Em hotep everyone! I was doing a list of all forms of Heru and I would love with you add the ones I didn't find <3

FORMS:
Heru-Akh-bit (Heru in Chemmis)
Heru-akhety (Heru from the Horizon)
HeruAkhety-pa-Khered (The child)
Heru-Behdety (of the city of Behdet)
Heru-Dunanwy (Heru of the shredding claws)
Heru-em-Abdju (Heru in Abydos)
Heru-em-Akhet [The sphynx (Heru in the horizon; Greek: Harmachis)]
Heru-em-Akhet-Shu (Heru in the horizon, Shu)
Heru-Hekenu (of the healing salve; local form from per-Bast)
Heru-imy-Snwt (Heru in Snwt, unkown place in the 9th upper egyptian nome)
Heru-iun-mutef (Pillar of his mother)
Her(u)i-sha-ef (Form of Heru from Per-Bast)
Heru-Khenty-irty (foremost of eyesight)
Heru-Khenty-Khet
Heru-Ma'a-Heru (Heru the justified)
Heru-Mekhenty-irty or Heru-Khenty-en-irty (foremost of no eyesight; aka the one who gets blinded)
Heru-Neb-Hebenu (Heru, Lord of Hebenu)
Heru-Neb-Hem (Heru, Lord of Letopolis)
Heru-Neb-Mesen (Heru, Lord of Mesen)
Heru-Nebu (the golden one)
Heru-nedje-it-ef (Heru defensor of his father; Greek: Harendotes)
Heru-Nefer (the perfect Heru)
Heru-Nefer-en-nebw (the perfect Heru of Gold)
Heru-Nefer-en-nebwt (the perfect Heru of the [female] Golden One)
Heru-Nekhen (Heru of Hierakonpolis)
Heru-Pa-Khered (The child; Greek: Harpokrates)
Heru-sa-Aset [or Heru-sa-Aset-sa-Wesir; Heru son of Aset (and Wesir)]
Heru-Satjut (Heru of Satjut)
Heru-Sema-Tawy (Uniter of the two lands)
Heru-Shed (Heru, the saviour)
Heru-tep-iat (Heru on a standart)
Heru-Wer (the Great; Greek: Haroeris)

SINCRETISMS:
Bawy (Heru-Set)
HeruAkhety-Amun
HeruAkhety-Kephera
Heruakhety-Tem
Heru-Apollo (Greek)
Heru-Bes
Heru-Ihy
Heru-Khonsu
Heru-Min
Heru-Nefertem
Heru-Ra
Heru-Ra-pa-Khered (Heru-Ra the child)
Heru-Shu
Heru-Yinepu
Ra-Heruakhety
Sobek-Heru
(Heru Khonsu, Nefertem, Ihy and Apollo are young forms of Heru)


(I'll be editing this post to add them all of the list)

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Em hotep, Hunefer,

I recently asked about this for Hemet (AUS), hope it helps:

Senebty,
Hepetwi

Link removed. Please do not post private forum links on the public side. Our guest members can't see them.

Oh sorry, I haven't realized we were in a public area, my bad!

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Em hotep, Hunefer,

I recently asked about this for Hemet (AUS), hope it helps: (locked forum link deleted.)

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Epithets of the Names
« on: April 30, 2019, 08:07:35 pm »
Since we are in the midst of converting to a new forum system, adding more boards makes more work for us. Hold on to that idea and let’s do that after the conversion!


Rev Ellen Behrens
Awibemhethert (Ibi)

Yaaay! I'm looking forward to the changes we'll have on the forum and on the Kemet.org page <3

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Epithets of the Names
« on: April 30, 2019, 07:39:16 pm »
We could do a new official post for this, right? Or maybe even a new area on the forum only for list of epithets, where people could create threads for each name and listing the epithets they know. I have a few lists saved and I would love to help unite what we have around the forum and in this thread for this.
What the moderators think about it?

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Images of Bast
« on: April 30, 2019, 07:35:57 pm »
Em Hotep, everyone!

I was wondering if someone could link me or send me pictures of Bast from temple walls, tombs or papyrus. All I can find on google is only modern images or statues of Her.


Senebty,
Hepetwi.

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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: WANT TO SEE YOUR SHRINE PICTURES
« on: April 14, 2019, 11:47:01 pm »
Em hotep~

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/341768274947604490/567153328094445598/image0.jpg

Ok so I made it super clean. All other Senut needed things are put away in the drawer just under shrine and other items I have have been put on a very tightly fit informal shrine lol

Oh my Netjer, Sonebiyinepu! What a beautiful Shrine

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