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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Hello again + Siblings
« on: May 25, 2021, 11:33:05 am »
dives into this thread

hey hello hi what's up hey

Freshly-divined (3/25) Taweret and Sekhmet kid here! I've got so many siblings through my Lion Mom, and so very few through Hippo Mom, and it's so good to see one!!

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / Re: Your First Senut
« on: August 31, 2020, 11:57:04 am »
I did my ritual "bath" in the shower. It felt a little clumsy and weird to dip my fingers in the bowl of natron and then poke them up my nose and ears. But after doing the orifice-washing, I straight-up poured the whole remaining bowl of water over my head and...

I just remember saying "Oh. That's what it feels like" out loud.

Maybe it was the fact that the water in the bowl was cool and my shower was hot, but letting the whole thing wash over me like that just felt... indescribable, frankly. And I really did feel Different on stepping out of the shower.

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / Purifying items
« on: August 26, 2020, 09:19:08 am »
Em hotep! I have a question about purifying items for shrine using natron.

When making the natron-water solution to wash/purify the things, should we say the prayers over the ingredients, like we would if we were making the solution for use in senut? Or are the prayers specifically to purify the natron and water for senut?

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / Re: Natron
« on: August 17, 2020, 12:15:08 pm »
When it comes to the baking sheet, I made the mistake of using a 9x9 which was way too small and the natron took all day to dry out, haha. I should have used a long sheet and spread it much more thinly.

Thisssssss.

I used a 9x13 for mine and it was like breaking up cement!!

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / Re: 10 grains of Natron
« on: August 17, 2020, 12:12:51 pm »
If our natron is in large, hard chunks (like mine is, because I laid it too thickly in the baking pan), should we still count out the ten grains?

(I mean, I've since broken it down into the corn-kernel size, but.... it's very dense.)

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / This week's lesson
« on: August 13, 2020, 07:44:21 am »
Did anyone else not receive this week's lesson yesterday?

I ask because when I tried the beginners' class a few years ago, I had issues receiving emails. If the email went out as normal and my filter somehow missed it, could someone please forward it to me?

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / Colors for Netjer?
« on: August 03, 2020, 10:40:05 am »
Em hotep! (getting used to saying this)

I make prayer beads/bracelets as a hobby. My hope/plan once I become a remetj is to offer to make them using the colors others associate with the Names in their lineup. If the person likes the beads and wants to purchase it, great; otherwise, I'll keep it and use it as a way to get more familiar with that particular Name.

I made a bracelet this morning for Sekhmet-as-Nesret using the balanced red and white color scheme, and I had the thought to make one to represent Netjer as well.

Does Netjer have an associated "color scheme" I could use? Or should I just use my intuition and figure out something that feels right? (Perhaps lots of dark blues and blacks to represent the Nun...)

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / Re: Question re:the Oracle
« on: August 02, 2020, 09:59:25 am »
Em hotep!

I guess I'm having a hard time sort of... weighing what to do here?

What exactly was meant by the request to take a "leave of absence"? Was it more directed at people who have an established, regular practice (ie, a commitment to daily/weekly offerings to particular deities)? Or was it meant more as a "carry on as usual, but don't shut out Anyone who might stop by"?

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[PRIVATE] Q&A / Question re:the Oracle
« on: August 01, 2020, 10:11:53 pm »
In the first set of lessons, we were asked to take a "leave of absence" from our previous worship commitments. After today's Oracle, I have wanted nothing more than to run to the feet of Taweret-Sekhmet ("OMG MOM THIS IS SO COOL") but I've held off. (Boy, I miss Her so much...)

However, I do wonder how we in the Beginners' Class should handle the Oracle received today. Would it be appropriate for us to approach, make offerings to, or otherwise acknowledge the presence of Sekhmet-as-Nesret in our midst... or should we wait until we're further along in the class, or even graduated, so that we can approach Her with full and proper ceremony?

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Thank you so much for the reply!

Looking at the last post on that thread, it looks like the chemical formula for natron does not contain Mg or Ca, so what I would be making would not be true natron (and might not even combine properly anyway).

Looks like I have one less thing to worry about moving! I wasn't so much rushing to make natron as I was trying to decide whether or not I should pack this salt to move with it.

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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Making natron with... aquarium salt?
« on: July 08, 2020, 10:31:03 am »
Em hotep, y'all. I have a question about making my own natron (since I've heard in the past that's A Thing).

I have a box of Instant Ocean aquarium salt, the kind you mix to make "seawater" for a salt or brackish aquarium. In the past, I've used this as an offering for my evolutionary ancestors, as salt from the sea from which all life sprang. However, even the smallest box of aquarium salt is huge, and it's not an offering I make often, so I've had this big box of salt sitting around for a few years now.

I'm going to be moving soon, and if I don't have to take this box of heavy inedible salt, I don't want to. But I had a thought this morning about possibly using it to make natron, which I'm given to understand is important in the House. (I'm signed up for the Beginners' Class starting soon so I don't know all the details.)

Is it possible to use this salt to make my own natron down the line? Or do you think it might have too many dissolved minerals to work properly?

[EDIT] Apparently the Instant Ocean brand contains calcium and magnesium, but according to their website, so does most tap water.

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Em Hotep all!
« on: June 17, 2020, 09:29:29 pm »
Hello (or em hotep? should I get used to saying that?)

I'm hoping to take the class that's starting up next month! So hi!

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: as the cool kids say: "Em hotep!"
« on: June 14, 2020, 09:06:48 pm »
hey there! i recognize you! (We've chatted a little about Garlic Mustard and the Blackberries taking over my backyard!! (I'm Peachiree)! Hapi has always been a part of my life(specifically because of Wadjet) so I'm always glad to see people trying out things! So if you ever want to just chat, I'm here for it! (Specially with more people to love Hapi!! <3)

Much love,
Hakenensenu

Heyyy I remember that conversation! It's almost wineberry season where I am. My bush has flowered and I'm just waiting on the fruits to open up and ripen. But unfortunately, that might happen after I move out! D:

But yes yes! It's always so good to find someone else who loves the Lord of Joy! I've been a bit disconnected from Him lately, but I'd love to get back in touch.

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Thirded. I've almost caught up to him now (Ep. 123) and I'm really loving his treatment of Akhenaten. It's so easy to just say "oh he was the heretic pharaoh, let's talk about his son", but Dominic is really taking the time to look at all that we know about Akhenaten, to present the story in full, and reserve judgement on him.

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: as the cool kids say: "Em hotep!"
« on: June 14, 2020, 04:43:30 pm »
Thanks for the welcomes, y'all!

Em hotep and welcome!

I love seeing all Sekhmet Forms and learn more about them. If you have any information/articles/websites about Taweret-Sekhmet I would be very excited to read more on her.

She's not a historically-attested sync, to my knowledge. I met her through a friend who does monthly oracular work with Bast and Sekhmet. During one of those workings, I asked my friend for a "personal" oracle, and Sekhmet appeared to her as Taweret-Sekhmet to deliver the message. (And then "split out" to just Taweret and Sekhmet, and Taweret gave a message of Her own. <3)

Em hotep and welcome! I hope you enjoy your time here! <3

I know you! I've followed you on Tumblr for like, forever. You don't know me, though. Heheh. ^^;

I'm Tjemsy. My Parents are Sekhmet and Set, and Taweret is one of my Beloveds! I have not heard of Taweret-Sekhmet before, but my Sekhmet primarily manifests as "Lady of Slaughter" so that is interesting to me! I would be curious to hear how you experience her. <3

I experience Taweret-Sekhmet as... basically Taweret with all of Her protective motherly fury dialed up to 11. She's the hippopotamus turning the river crimson as she bites and dunks and thrashes apart the crocodile who threatens Her calf. She's the lioness scattering the pack of wild dogs circling Her cub. She feels hot and fierce and dangerous in a way that I can't begin to describe, but I have nothing to fear from her. I know She could splatter me like a mosquito with one careless flick of Her tail, shatter my bones with one great paw, but She never would.

She's a goddess Who delights in the blood and slaughter of those who threaten her own. She laughs through reddened tusks and booms and roars. Her feet shake the ground. Her tail swings like a club. She is violence incarnate... but Her heart is so full of love for her calves, her cubs. She will hold them and cradle them and cuddle them. She'll pet and nuzzle and kiss.

That's Taweret-Sekhmet.

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