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Nothing I am presenting, but as I am on various lists relating to Kemet and Egyptology I thought it might be nice to share the notices I get for virtual lectures. If you come across something not listed here please share the information for people who might be interested. I will do my best to keep the talks listed here ones which are free or do not require some sort of membership so they have the widest accessibility possible.

The American Research Center in Egypt's schedule for open lectures (via Zoom) in January 2021. Preregistration is required and closes 24 hours before the event. All talks start at 1pm Eastern US time.

January 16: Anxieties about Race in Egyptology and Egyptomania, 1890-1960

January 23: Africa Interconnected: Ancient Egypt and Nubia

January 30: Does the Past Have a Future? The Work of the Theban Mapping Project

If you miss any they may wind up on the org's Youtube site:

Premiering on Wednesday January 13th at 3pm is a podcast from the Oriental Institute on Demons (netjeri!) in Ancient Egypt:

Note I am not a member of either group, I just like to gather and share information like this.

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / MOD POST - An apology
« on: June 05, 2020, 06:10:00 pm »
Em hotep everyone,

I want to issue a formal apology to the forum. In error I deleted a thread on a sensitive topic. This is something I should not have done and I apologize that the material is no longer available.


Em hotep everyone,

Information about netjeri (often dubbed demons in Egyptology texts) isn't exactly plentiful and often in expensive academic texts which are hard to get. A new anthology edited by Kasia Szpakowska called Demon Things: Ancient Egyptian Manifestations of Liminal Entities is available as an open access publication right now. You'll need to download all the articles to get the full volume but this is a rare chance to get hold of a great deal of material on netjeri.

Enjoy! This is the March 2020 issue, should the link text change later.

Em hotep everyone,

While this isn't All The Set Articles, this is a large bibliography of Herman te Velde's works. You may know him best as the author of Seth: God of Confusion. The other perk is that this list also includes pdfs of every item mentioned. If you know any devotees of Set who speak French, there is a French translation of the God of Confusion book.

All pdfs in this post are legal and not copyright infringements.

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / MOD POST: Kemetic Orthodoxy FAQs!
« on: August 29, 2017, 11:20:01 am »
Em hotep everyone!

It has come to my attention recently that people are not always aware of the FAQs we have about the religion on our sister site, If you're just finding your way here or are curious about just what we do, I highly recommend visiting.

The Kemetic Orthodoxy FAQ on

About Kemetic Orthodoxy, from which has a set of subsequent pages linked at the bottom of the current page.

Kemetic terms includes some of the more frequently used middle Egyptian words and phrases you may see used in posts.

I encourage you to explore the entirety of the site to learn more about our religion.

Em hotep everyone!

I'm sure many of you are already aware, but in case not, Rev. Siuda is currently doing a Kickstarter to raise funds for a paper planner to complement the Ancient Egyptian Daybook. The main goal has already been raised, but that does not mean you should not contribute. Even a few dollars and no reward will push the project that much closer to stretch goals. If you can't contribute help to spread the word on the project.

The city is 7,000 years ago and turns out to be close to Seti I's New Kingdom temple. I can't wait to find out what kind of finds turn up. Since it's connected to Abydos I am hoping for a calendar with previously unknown Jackal festivals.


Another reminder of the extent of trade in antiquity and cultural contact. Also melting my brain a little as I am Swedish and honor Norse gods along with Netjer.

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / MOVED: Em Hotep!
« on: November 05, 2015, 05:31:00 pm »

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / MOD POST: Links
« on: November 02, 2015, 11:27:02 am »
Em hotep everyone,

As it has happened a few times in the past week, I want to remind people about posting things in other areas of the board. The public forums, such as this one, are accessible to anyone viewing the forums. We do also have other forums available to members (anyone who is at least a remetj) but are inaccessible to everyone else. We ask that members do not post links to these forums in the public area since they are not visible to everyone. I will delete any links posted in this forum which are not visible to all.

For those who are not aware, Helms(man of Yinepu) who is a remetj is the temple ha convened a Kemetic Roundtable open to bloggers of Kemetic persuasion. The central link can be found here.

I am convening a thread for people to post links to their own posts here as well as provide another venue for discussion of topics brought up in each round.

For the fan of Meretseger and Weret Hekau, check out this blog post about an image of the Lady Who Loves Silence adorned with protective cobras in her outfit.
(and if you have a snake phobia, no actual cobras are depicted. only art here.)

Hello everyone,

I thought I had done one of these posts a while ago, but either I did not or I did not give it a sticky. So, hi, I'm Zat, shemsu-ankh and member of the House for almost five years now. My general philosophy of forum moderation tends to err toward the Bill and Ted school:
*Be excellent to each other
*Party on dudes

I do check in on the forum at least once a day (even when on vacation), so if something comes up I'll see it pretty quickly. If there is ever an issue, please do not hesitate to send me a PM.

As for board conduct and polite debate, I refer you to former moderator Khestret's excellent post on the subject.

As I said, party on. :)

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