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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / What God?
« on: October 23, 2011, 04:04:11 pm »
Last night I had something of a vision-I think.

It started with a big, tall Wepwawet, then it seemed as if He kind of transformed or  "brought" someone else. The someone else had longish (like shoulder length) black hair, braided on both sides of His face and appeared inititally crouched down, lean and young. Kinda warriorish. Then He stood up and He seemed really big, like ancient statues big. I couldn't really tell what He was wearing He was sort of obscured. It seemed like Wesir but I've never seen Him depicted that way before.


[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Mut Statue
« on: August 30, 2011, 08:11:06 am »
Ok, I KNOW that I've seen this topic before but I cannot seem to get the search function to work.

I am looking for a Mut statue. Can anyone point me in the right direction? She seems pretty hard to far.

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Wesir
« on: May 31, 2011, 02:51:20 pm »
Does anyone have any good Wesir references? Prayers, blessings, (ASIDE from the prayerbook, which I have) books-etc.

Thanks for anything in advance.  :D

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Shu & Tefnut
« on: April 14, 2011, 12:13:32 pm »
Has anyone ever found any statuary or the like for these Two?

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Hatshepsut?
« on: March 03, 2011, 12:38:28 pm »

Moved to more appropriate forum area (post is more on history than KO)

Are these the correct glyphs for her?

If so, why are there 2 cartouches? Can it be in one?

Or, is this correct?

What is the difference between the 2?

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Translation?
« on: February 14, 2011, 07:24:19 pm »
Can anyone tell me what's written here? (If anything but nonsense)

Does anyone know or have any information on Kemetic forms (ancient or modern) of divination? I know of course, that there is fedw, but are there any other, perhaps historically founded forms?

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Dualism
« on: January 05, 2011, 08:40:15 am »
Not really sure to put this, so here it is.

Ok, I want to know my peeps, what do any of you think about this concept? Are there any good analogs in Kemeticism? I get a sort of sense of a connection with/comparison to- Ma'at, with the yin-yang being a symbol of the Tao, which I have heard spoken of in similar terms to Ma'at. I am going to focus on the concepts visualized by the yin-yang.

Duality can be expressed by:
The opposition and combination of the universe's two basic principles of yin and yang is a large part of Taoist religion. Some of the common associations with yang and yin, respectively, are: male and female, light and dark, active and passive, motion and stillness. The yin and yang symbol in actuality has very little to do with Western dualism; instead it represents the philosophy of balance, where two opposites co-exist in harmony and are able to transmute into each other. The Taoist religion with its dualistic concept of yin and yang is related to the religions that are both dualistic and monotheistic such as Mazdaism in the sense that the underlying force of nature, the Way, or Tao, is the First Principle which manifests itself through the dual properties of the yin and yang. In the yin-yang symbol there is a dot of yin in yang and a dot of yang in yin. This symbolizes the inter-connectedness of the opposite forces as different aspects of Tao, the First Principle. Contrast is needed to create a distinguishable reality, without which we would experience nothingness. Therefore, the independent principles of yin and yang are actually dependent on one another for each other's distinguishable existence. The complementary dualistic concept in Taoism represents the reciprocal interaction throughout nature, related to a feedback loop, where opposing forces do not exchange in opposition but instead exchange reciprocally to promote stabilization similar to homeostasis. An underlying principle in Taoism states that within every independent entity lies a part of its opposite. Within sickness lies health and vice versa. This is because all opposites are manifestations of the single Tao, and are therefore not independent from one another, but rather a variation of the same unifying force throughout all of nature.

(Is this crapapedia entry way off btw? If so I would greatly appreciate other resources!)


Anyone willing/able?

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / The Ogdoad & physics
« on: December 01, 2010, 10:19:17 am »
Here is a short essay I wrote awhile back on the correlations between the Ogdoad, and physics.

Thoughts, feelings, condemnations...?

Ok, quick rundown version here. I see The Ogdoad as follows:
Nun & Naunet (the primordial waters)
I associate these 2 with matter, atoms, protons, electrons, particulate matter, molecules, mass, volume. Even dark matter. The building blocks of physics.

Amun & Amaunet (air, space, invisibility)
Quite simply, space. Space which contains the matter. Also, the reactionary process(es): electric, chemical, light, nuclear. Dimensions, measurement (though not time).
Kuk & Kauket (darkness)
Absorption, transference (think of dark matter, though They are the process already in motion, not the generators) Energy is never destroyed, only redistributed. They are the Ones that do it. Different from the reactionary processes than Amun & Amaunet, though it's hard to explain, They (A&A) are the spark, Kuk & Kauket are the flame (hows that for an analogy for darkness...heehee). The carriers of process. They are the principle of velocity, acceleration, displacement, force. Amun & Amaunet are the frame of reference; Kuk & Kauket are the movement. Movement kicks off more reaction.
Heh & Hauhet (eternity, infinity)
Time: linear, cyclical, continual, dimensional, the continuum, quanta, etc. This one is especially hard to explain. Here:
Alot of math but some of the theories touch on my thoughts. The best summary sentence is:
Time as a dynamical variable
However, that doesn't even touch upon quantum physics theory. That's plain ol' standard physics. (Basically the correlation between time, matter and observation) And it gives time as a physcial thing, which is interesting. Doesn't touch upon something as basic as quantum tunneling, or the theory of quantum tunneling applied to dimensional time, or non-dimensional time. Correlations between matter and time, space and time, energy and time, etc. There are supposed to be 3 dimensions, plus time being it's own dimension. That in itself is a sobering thought, if you ask me. But that's assuming that there really ARE only 3 dimensions (not taking into consideration string theory or time dilation or even simple observation-i.e.: Negative-energy influences travel backwards in time, thereby 'correcting' the initial state. This hypothesis states that when a measurement occurs, some influence travels backwards in time, and modifies what happened 'back then', to bring it into a state consistent with the measurement. Time symmetry makes anti-particles look like particles traveling backwards in time, and all solutions to the Dirac equation (with a non-zero momentum) have a negative energy component. The measurements work out because some influence travels backwards in time, alters the original state, and sets things aright. To put it another way: we know that when we make predictions about future experiments with Bell's theorem, we know that the wave must be in this and that state. We know that when we analyze experiments performed in the past, they are consistent with Bell's theorem. The one thing we can't verify is that the experiments aren't somehow "rearranging" themselves in the "past", with unexpected wave-function "collapses" that harmonize the results. Unfortunately, this hypothesis seems to get almost no serious discussion, and is therefore quite vague as to specific mechanisms and details. ) and that time has only one.
I dunno, think of a wave. Time is like that. And not like that.    :  o
So, They are Time, but immeasurable time. Well, both.
I feel that it's hard to say that They each have Their own "set" thing as They all tend to overlap, support each other, be intertwined in form and function (for instance Amun & Amaunet being overlapping with Kuk & Kauket and likewise with Heh & Hauhet, etc). But to be general, that's kind explanation....

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Search/Ra/Ram
« on: October 11, 2010, 08:13:15 am »
I tried to search Ra and nothing came up, which I am totally SURE there is plenty about Ra, so there must be something up with the search function....

Anyways, I'm curious about the different forms of Ra, I know that "Ra-Khepri" or "Ra-Horakhty" is the rising sun, "just Ra"(?) at noon, and *I think* it's "Ra-Atum/Atum-Ra" or Ra-Khnum(?) in the evening/setting sun. And I think I remember reading something about a "midnight sun" aspect but I can't really recall much else about it.

Anybody know more about this?

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Min statue
« on: September 28, 2010, 09:50:59 am »
Does anyone know where I could find a decent one of these?

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Translation
« on: September 22, 2010, 01:40:09 pm »
Does anyone know what this says?

I'm only curious because methinks I see a little jackal head in there...ha...

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