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Thank you so much for everything you said, Sedjfai. You brought very important points here. I Apreciate <3

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Thanks for sharing! I’ve come across a lot of these before (I like finding lesser-known female Names for whatever reason). I believe Wepetwawet is a title of Nit and Heruet/Horit has a complex story aside from being a female Heru. Tatenenet may also be an alternate spelling of Tjenenet but I might be wrong on that. I vaguely remember there being a female version of Set out there as well...

Yees Wepetwawet is indeed a title of Nit! Tatenenet appears on a hotep di nisut formula in conterpart of Tatenen.
And about Set, I didn't find anything about a female-Set on the LAGG.
I also want to start searching for male versions of female names. I know there is a Serq-Hetyt (a male-Serqet-Hetyt), but I need to search for more.

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Em hotep!

I shared this with the people in discord a few weeks ago and I'd like to share here for both saving it and sharing with you|.
I gattered all the female versions of Male Gods here. Most of them I got from the LAGG, bseides Wenneferet, which I found on Henadology's entry on Nebt-het.
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Amunet
Atenet
Atumet
Beset
Hehet
Hekat
Heruet
Keket
Nunet
Rat
Sobeket
Tatenenet
Wepetwawet
Wenneferet
Yineput/Yinupet
I just think this is so interesting, I had to share it hahahah

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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Em hotep!

Seja bem vindo ao fórum da House of Netjer :D Aqui temos uma comunidade bem grande de brasileiros, caso você tenha interesse haahahaha
Bom, se estes escorpiões realmente forem o sinal da divindade que te protege, então eu tenho certeza absoluta que foi Serqet ou até mesmo Aset. Eu sou filha de Aset-Serqet, eu trabalho com Serqet como uma manifestação de Aset, e quando Aset manda seus sinais eles são BEM claros que são Dela, não sei se o de Serqet são assim, se não forem, é bem provavel que a divindade que te chama é Aset-Serqet, mas se forem, pode muito bem ser Serqet sim!

Sinta-se livre para me mandar uma mensagem privada aqui nos forums que eu te ajudo no que eu puder!

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: Netjer and Astrology
« on: May 02, 2020, 11:21:32 pm »
Em hotep!

Most of the Kemetic months have relation with one or multiple Names, sometimes they are called the name of the Netjer or an epiteth.
The month we are it's related to Khenty-khety on the middle kingdom and later it was called pa en inet, “the one of the valley”, in reference to the Beautiful Feast of the Valey, a celebration of Amun-Ra, Mut and Khonsu.
Everything about each month can be found on Hemet(AUS)'s book The Ancient Egyptian Daybook.

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Aspects of Aset?
« on: April 28, 2020, 12:29:21 pm »
Yes you totally could! But I must say that tradicionally and for most people, Aset is VERY shapeshifter, there is usually one aspect of Her that is bigger than the others for you, but She will change a LOT.
For me She is very much Weret-Hekau and Mother, usually Nit and Nut appear more to me as Mehet-Weret, but I did experienced Aset ans the Great Cow. And She can be much much much more!
If you wanna explore more of Her aspects I totally recommend TahekerutAset's book "Magician, Mother and Queen".

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Em hotep Yinepumehuti!

Aset - I don't really remember how I got to know Her, but once I was in a shop, many many years ago and I saw on the back of everything Her statue. Not even the owner of th shop knew he had that statue and even he said it was meant to be mine

Nut - She came to me in the most amazing and life-changing dream. But I'd like to keep it to myself <3

Yinepu - He also came in a dream, I was in an abandoned house and then this HUGE jackal came behind me and layed on a concrete block. I said "Hi Yinepu" and left.

Bast - She was my RPD surprise, I've never had ANY contact with Her and then She appeared to me <3

Nit - I first met Nebt-het when a dog of mine died :( and She introduced Nit to me slowly untill She appeared in a dream too (in the same dream as Nut's).

Senebty,
Hepetwi <3

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Netjeri studies
« on: April 07, 2020, 01:08:36 am »
Em hotep everyone!

As many of you probably know, I am very found of studying the historically attested Netjeri of Kemet.
I'm opening this thread for me and you all share Names of Netjeri and their functions.


I have a few I'd like to share:

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Ammit
Ammit or Ammut ("The Devourer of the Dead") is a big Netjeri that serves Ma'at. He devoures those whose ib (heart) is heavier than the feather of Truth, in the Halls of the Ma'ati.

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Arrows (Sheser, Sehmayw and Khatiu)
The Arrows are groups of Netjeri that serves multiple Names, such as Sekhmet, Bast and Mut.
Most of them are usually known to spread diceases or protect Ma'at from those who causes Isfet.
Sometimes they are called only Arrows (Sheser), or They can receive names, such as the Shemayw (The Wanderers) and the Khatiu (executioners).
Mut's arrows (as Netjeri, since Bast's can be big Netjeru) have names for each of Them: A'a Pehety, Khenepib, Neb Khenenu, Herefemsedjet, Imy Wety Hapy, Shed Kheru em Khenu Tjemsuef and Ka Desher.

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Benu
He personifies the creative powers of Ra, since He is born before or in the moment Ra appears in the Nun. He is also called the Ba of Ra.

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Four sons of Heru (Duamutef, Hapy, Imset, and Qebshenef)
They are called The Sons of Heru(-wer) and Aset but they are also called to be created by Yinepu. They protect the Throne of Wesir in the Duat and also the organs of the deceased, together with the Four protective Netjerut, Aset, Nebt-het, Serqet and Nit.

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Mehen
The Coiled One is a serpent who encircles Ra/Wesir on the journey to the Duat and protects Him. He is said to be a Netjeri of Geb or even a form of the earth Netjer.

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Sereq
"To Cause to Breath" is a Netjeri with a Mouse-Form. He is the "the hidden powers of Ra in the Duat", He appears on the Book of the Caverns.
He follows Ra with other Netjeri and carry the image of the Sun Netjer. He (Ra) brings the body of those who are in the Duat so Sereq can make them breath.

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Seven Scorpions
The citation of Them that I know is from the Metternich Stela. It's a group of Seven Scorpions related to Serqet that Protects Aset in Her journey with Heru-sa-Aset. They also poisons those who offends Aset. Their names are Tefen, Befen, Mestet, Mestetef, Petet, Tjetet and Matet.

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Snakes and Weavers/Crocodiles of Nit
The Hefauut and the Khendwt of Nit are the Snakes and Crocodiles (also called Weavers) that are created by Nit right on the Primordial Moments. They are called on the Coffin Texts, sailing with Nit in the Abyss. They are said to be the possessors of the Souls from the waters.

I would love to know what Netjeri you all know or would like to add on the Ones I talked about. My plan is to post here the basics of other Netjeri that I meet in my lifetime.

Senebty,
Hepetwi <3

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello everyone
« on: April 06, 2020, 11:22:56 pm »
Em hotep e bem vinda!! Tem uma boa galera brasileira aqui nos foruns e fico feliz de ter ainda mais, qualquer dúvida ou ajuda, pode chamar <3

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Hethert-Nut
« on: April 03, 2020, 01:50:27 pm »
Em hotep, Nix!

I don't know much about Her but She does sound a lot Mehet-Weret for me lol, we had a discussion on Her a few months ago:
https://www.netjer.org/forums/index.php?topic=23736.0

Senebty,
Hepetwi <3

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Heru-Sepa, Son of Sekhmet
« on: March 28, 2020, 10:42:44 pm »
I don't know much about Sepa, but recently the egyptologist Francisco Neves posted in a egiptology group three drawings of his of Sepa, and they are probably historical attested images:

https://imgur.com/a/KpbD9MH
https://imgur.com/a/YEve4K4
https://imgur.com/a/O1eA2TJ

(If the links doesn't open please let me know)

Senebty,
Hepetwi <3

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Em hotep Nekoite, how are you?

I am a beloved of Nut and I have a huge passion for this amazing Name! I met Her in the most touching dream I've ever had. She is very ancient, I feel Her a grandmother of all Creation, I also see Her as the Queen of the Mysteries of Netjer. Her Body is made of the Waters of Nun, where Ra-Atum sails on the day and enters on the night. Inside Her body is the unseen worlds, where the blessed dead rest and watches over us. She is HUGE, much bigger than what meets the eye for the first time.
Sopdet I have very little direct contact, but She is a form of my Mom, Aset. I feel much of Her in the waters of rains. The tears of Aset when She losts Her Husband that creates an inundation. I know Aset-Sopdet is a syncretism attested since the 4th dynasty if I'm not mistaken.
You can also check the links from Henadology about each of Them:
https://henadology.wordpress.com/theology/netjeru/nut/
https://henadology.wordpress.com/theology/netjeru/sothis/

Senebty,
Hepetwi.

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Nit-Nebthet-Seshat?
« on: March 14, 2020, 12:55:02 pm »
Some aspected Names I do get as one entity with two Names/manifestations, but, for me, with Nit it is three together indeed!

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Nit-Nebthet-Seshat?
« on: March 14, 2020, 12:13:29 pm »
Em hotep!

I adore to talk about Nit-Nebthet-Seshat, I think there are a few threads on Her here on the Forums, give it a search because I'm sure you will find some great stuff <3

I get Them/Her as a Trio of Names who are always together by the manifestation of the first one - in my case, Nit. So when I call for Nit, the other two will always appear behind Her.

For me Nit is very much primordial, She is very abstractal and abyssal, Her presence around me feel like an underwater flooded and dark cave, but in constant motion, She always appear to me as the Great Creator (in Her own forms, and sometimes in Mehet-Weret form). Nebt-het is very very close to me, She was the "doorway" for me to meet Nit, They two get almost mixed together, I can see much of the creational aspects of Nit in Nebt-het, but I can also see much of Nebt-het's end/death powers in Nit too.
Seshat is the most distant one for me, She seems very caring and observing, She is always on the back of the first Two writting and taking notes of Creation.
Thinking about the Cave image, Nit is the cave itself and inside of it resides the water (Nebt-het) and the motion (Seshat). But of course, each and every one of Them can be each symbol on this energetic abyssal cavern.
(Hope it didn't got too confusing)

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: I want to learn more heka spells
« on: February 22, 2020, 11:49:29 am »
Em hotep my fellow brazilian!

Vou escrever em português para ajudar. Existem diversos artigos e estudos sobre como era feito os Hekau, a base de todo Hekau é justamente as palavras, então para os keméticos, uma simples oração é um heka. Como Já recomendaram, a Hemet (AUS) tem um livro de orações tradicionais onde ela mesma traduziu.
No curso de iniciantes existe um módulo sobre Heka, o que pode ser bem util também e tem uns exemplos legais.
A base dos hekau são em primeiro lugar: palavras, palavras e palavras. É só brincar com isso que você consegue desenvolver umas coisas bem legais.

Senebty,
Hepetwi

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