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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Kemetic Storytellers Episode 2 is live!
« on: November 09, 2014, 09:56:16 pm »
Em hotep, everyone!

I'm very excited to announce that the second episode of the Kemetic Storytellers is now available for your viewing pleasure!

Kemetic Storytellers Episode 2 (link)

This is available to everyone, so please, spread the word to your friends and the internet far and wide! :D

Kemetic Storytellers is a show dedicated to providing quality readings of Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian) themed stories. This show aims to provide you with an immersive reading, similar to a radio play. We hope to be able to spread some knowledge and understanding of the Gods and Goddesses of Kemet through this show.

The second episode has spent a (very) long time in production, but it's finally done. The story we bring you this time isn't so much about the gods as it is about our akhu and honoring them through the ages. With a little bit of Bast influence of course. :)

Thank you so much to everyone who contributed:
Story written by: Shefytbast
Voiced by: Panetjer, Rev. Raheri, and Mose

I hope to do more of these shows in the future. Although for that to happen, we're going to need more stories! If you'd like to submit a story for the next episode of Kemetic Storytellers, please either contact me here or send an e-mail to:
KemeticStorytellers@gmail.com

Senebty,
Mose

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Em hotep!

Our Nisut (AUS) was interviewed by the "Wyrd Ways" Internet Radio show on March 5th. Some of the topics that were covered include Hemet's personal history, how the House of Netjer was founded, views on Polytheism and syncretization, and continuing indigenous practices. It was a great interview that I highly recommend listening to if you have the spare time.

The archived version of the radio show can be found here:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/witchschool/2014/03/06/ptrn-presents-circle-talkwyrd-ways-live-pagan-music-project

The section interviewing Hemet starts at 64:00.

Senebty,
Mose

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Em hotep, everyone!

I'm very excited to announce that the very first episode of the Kemetic Storytellers is now available for your viewing pleasure!

Kemetic Storytellers Episode 1 - Available for the world on YouTube!

This is available to everyone, so please, spread the word to your friends and the internet far and wide! :D

Since this is the show's first public appearance (and first mention on the public forums), here's a short description of the show!

Kemetic Storytellers is a show dedicated to providing quality readings of Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian) themed stories.  This show aims to provide you with an immersive reading, similar to a radio play.  We hope to be able to spread some knowledge and understanding of the Gods and Goddesses of Kemet through this show.

It's taken a lot of work and the sacrifice of a few weekends, but I think it was all well worth it. Thank you so much to everyone who helped on this project! Namely (and in no particular order),
Arieni
Mose (that's me!)
Maret
Tepta
Emky
Siwy
Peri
Helms
Khenneferitw
Kory (he's new in town!)
Ekunyi

If I left anyone out, please let me know! ^.^;;

As you might have gathered, this was only episode 1! I hope to do more of these shows in the future. Although for that to happen, we're going to need more stories! If you'd like to submit a story for the next episode of Kemetic Storytellers, please either contact me here or send an e-mail to:
KemeticStorytellers@gmail.com

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Heruakhety
« on: February 02, 2012, 12:29:05 am »
I've recently started a new web site dedicated to my Father, Heruakhety, and all the Kemetic gods. Though it was Heruakhety who primarily motivated me and pushed me to do this, so He is getting all the initial attention. :P

The main site can be found here:
http://mose.subquery.net/

As part of this site, my Father wanted me to dig up some academic research on Him in order to spread a better understanding of Him. I hope that everyone who is curious about Heruakhety will find this helpful! This section of the site covers everything from epithets to an analysis of His name and can be found here:
http://mose.subquery.net/academic-research/

And finally, I just created a post sharing the way that I personally see Heruakhety:
http://mose.subquery.net/who-is-heruakhety/

What have your experiences been with Heruakhety?

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / The meaning of a name
« on: February 21, 2011, 11:25:19 am »
I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this question or not since I do not think that the name is one of Netjer, but the name did come from them. I heard the name "Sharushatak" while in prayer to Yinepu and Heru. I was wondering what the meaning of this name might be, if any at all. The name was in three parts, the first two sounding very related (sharu sha) and the last (tak) being a bit separated. The most that I've been able to find on this is a very similar name mentioned in the book of the dead as one of the many names of Amun, "Sharushatakata".

I appreciate any insight anyone might have as to the meaning of this name. Thanks!

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Greetings All
« on: December 04, 2010, 12:39:59 am »
Well, hello there everyone. Yet another new person around here.

I've always had an interest in ancient Egypt, but I never really got around to doing anything in order to pursue that interest. I've been to several museum exhibits which always seem to leave me in awe.  Yes, I know, everything in museums is effectively stolen from its home.  Still though, I like to believe that they are having a positive effect on the world by getting out there and being seen by millions of people who otherwise would never have the ability to see such wonders in person.  That can change a person's life.

As far as the ancient religion is concerned, I've always had a curiosity and vague understanding of it, but never pursued any studies there either.  I currently follow the path of Demonolatry which I have been on for a little over a year now.  In the past several months I've felt a stronger draw towards the Egyptian gods than I ever have before. As I began working with them, I started to realize how much more there is. And now my path has landed me here.  I'm hoping to get into the beginner's class in February to learn more about this faith and discover whether or not it is the path which I have been searching for.

I was previously an actively practicing Catholic for the first 20 years of my life (baptized shortly after birth). I always had different concepts of the divine and the afterlife than the church actually taught, but I never really realized that it was a problem. From a young age I had simply worked my own personal belief system to work inside of the Catholic framework. What didn't agree with their teachings or the bible, I simply kept to myself.  It wasn't until just a few years ago that I realized that there really was no point to restricting myself to a framework that does not match up with what I believe.  In the end, I was simply using their system to my own ends.  While it did work, I knew that I was still missing out on so much more.  That was when I left and began my search elsewhere.

I had actually come across Kemetic Orthodoxy very early on in my search, but at first glance everything seemed too restrictive and I passed it by.  I sought out something which would give me much greater freedom and few boundaries so that I could discover and re-evaluate which path it is that I am meant to follow. Now I'm back once more to learn everything I need to know in order to make an informed decision.

Well, that's a little bit about me and how I came to be here. I look forward to getting to know you all and being able to learn from the conversations here.

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