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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: Kemetic Hymns
« on: November 27, 2015, 06:14:41 pm »
Em Hotep!

I've not been very adventurous with singing, but there is one song I've adapted.

http://www.metrolyrics.com/let-there-be-peace-on-earth-lyrics-christmas-song.html

"Let there be peace on earth
And let it begin with me.
Let there be peace on earth
The peace that was meant to be.
With Ptah as our Grandpa,
Family all are we.
Let me walk with my sibling
In perfect harmony. . ."

I wrote the lyrics out on a bristol board, so I can have them to sing by.  While the tune is easy, my memory for lyrics is not what I'd like, so this works for me.

Cat Steven's song "Morning Has Broken" always reminds me of Zep Tepi.

Senebty,
Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Set as the God of Foreigners
« on: November 22, 2015, 03:21:15 pm »

"The function of Seth as lord of foreign countries may be as old as
the myth of the conflict and reconciliation of Horus and Seth.
Seth is the other one opposite Horus, the royal god of Egypt. 4)
It was already pointed out that the pharaoh Sekhemib of the 2nd
dynasty may have taken the Seth name of Peribsen because his
power extended beyond the confines of Egypt, as appears from his
epithet "conqueror of Asia" ( [words that couldn't be transcribed]).
In this connection, though, one might also think of a more
historical explanation of this function of Seth. The Egyptian Hathor
was brought into relation with foreign countries. She is "mistress of
Byblos" 5) and since the M.K. was worshipped abroad in a temple
on the Sinai. 6)" (Te Velde, Seth, God of Confusion, page 110)

 Distant mining towns were centers of worship of Hethert, "Mistress of Turquoise".  "The temple at Serabit el-Khadim was a state foundation dedicated to Hathor, Lady of Mefkat.  It was used by Egyptian turquoise-mining expeditions during the Middle and New Kingdoms" (Geraldine Pinch, Votive Offering to Hathor, page 38).

Paheri's 18th Dynasty tomb at El-Kab has a relatively lengthy prayer for offerings. Lichtheim describes it, the "back wall of the main hall of his tomb was given the shape of a round-topped stela with a niche in its center. The niche was filled by three seated statues, and the surface of the stela was inscribed in horizontal lines with a text that begins in the rounded top and continues on the right and left sides of the niche. This is a mortuary text consisting of four parts: (1) the traditional prayer for offerings..."((Ancient Egyptian Literature: Volume II: The New Kingdom, by Miriam Lichtheim, (University of California Press 2006), page 16)

Part of that prayer has the following:
"Hathor, mistress of the desert (foreign lands)
Strong of heart among the gods;
(And) Ptah-Sokar, lord of Shetyt (the Secret Chamber)"

With this information, I could take to the web and hunt photos. Bruce Allardice has the most legible photo, while Osirisnet has a line image with the glyphs). Between the two, I was able to make out the hieroglyphs:

http://joanannlansberry.com/other/hathor/mistress-desert.jpg

http://joanannlansberry.com/other/hathor/hat-strong.png

Neheh (hoping I'm making some sense after two hours sleep! :) ...


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[PUBLIC] Prayer Requests / Re: Me in a Nutshell...
« on: November 19, 2015, 08:44:10 pm »
Prayers for rapid healing!

Senebty,
Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Prayer Requests / Re: Praying for Paris
« on: November 14, 2015, 02:40:07 pm »
Prayers to Ptah-Sokar-Wesir for the souls of those who were killed and for the calm strength of their survivors in Paris.

Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Anubis pumpkin
« on: October 31, 2015, 07:18:14 pm »
Awesome carving, Obsidian (Luna)!

Senebty,
Neheh....

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Children of Serqet-Aset/ Set
« on: October 16, 2015, 07:11:55 am »
There's quite a few of us "Set-kids" out here, RexiBeck!  Set may be about the 'tough love', but he's also about being proud of us when we overcome our challenges!

Senebty!
Neheh...

352
[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: I'm back!
« on: October 15, 2015, 09:15:41 am »
Welcome back, Ha'autmuti!

Senebty!

Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Gratitude and the Gods
« on: October 12, 2015, 08:25:01 am »
Em hotep, Rev. Maretemheqat and everyone else!

Thank you so much for exploring this worthy topic, sure to benefit all of us.

I give gratitude to Set for helping me to find the magic within myself when a loved one died.  His loud call was unmistakable, and I soon found myself growing stronger.  He's always there, encouraging me to be brave (even though
sometimes I'm not very brave, :) )

I give thanks to Hethert for all the beauty and joy in my life.  I am thankful for good music.  I am thankful for the sources of culture in my life, blessings to all the artists who are responsible for its creation. I am thankful for all the love in my life, a good partner with whom I've grown over the years, who fully supports (and shares!) my interests (and is a good cook), and for good friends and laughter.

I give thanks to Ptah-Sokar-Wesir for helping me to find peace within myself.  Okay, I don't always succeed, :), but that is part of the learning process.  Also, I'm grateful to Him for enjoying my own creative efforts. 

I give thanks to Djehuty for my curiousity (or is it Set that encourages my curiousity?)  Maybe they both do.  I am grateful for all the benefits I've had from scientific discoveries and scientific invention. I'm sure without some medical advancements, I'd have died nearly twenty years ago of that stone-filled gallbladder. (May Ma'at guide those inventors to create wise products that help and not hurt our fragile ecosystem!)

I give thanks to Heru-Wer for the material benefits I've had through out the years.  Although I'm not rich, I'm certainly well off compared to many in the world.

I find I am happier when I take time to consider all that I'm grateful for.  Gratitude can be a form of Heka that opens the gateway to receive more good things (not that I'm looking to the Netjeru with "gimme-gimme-gimme" on my mind, well I _TRY_ not to, don't always succeed :) )  I think all the Netjeru (just like people), respond well to gratitude.

Senebty, everyone!

Neheh...

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Nekhtet, Rexibeck and Slade!

Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Prayer Requests / Re: Prayer for Those Along the East Coast
« on: October 03, 2015, 11:38:31 am »
Prayers!

Be safe, be well!

Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hotep
« on: September 12, 2015, 09:47:34 pm »
YeaY! for strong messages from Hethert!

Senebty, Tarud!

Neheh...

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Em Hotep!

I experience Heru-Wer in terms of 'kingship'.  (Possibly all the Herus have to do with this.)  As this relates to us ordinary individuals, this is in terms of leadership opportunities and in 'rulership' of our households, how we allocate resources, make decisions, etc.  It requires good vision to determine these, and so Heru-Wer gives aid in this aspect.

I'm not so experienced with Taweret, but I'm sensing great ferocity! :)

Senebty!

Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Prayer Requests / Beheading of Syrian Scholar
« on: August 19, 2015, 09:08:32 am »
(Em Hotep!)

This has me so troubled:

Khaled al-Asaad, "one of the most important pioneers in Syrian archaeology in the 20th century," was beheaded because he wouldn't reveal where the antiquities have been hidden.  For those that haven't heard the story, here's the link.

http://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2015/08/19/is-beheads-leading-syrian-antiquities-scholar-in-palmyra

I pray peace to al-Asaad's ka, and for his loved ones.  I pray these hateful terrorists be prevented from their evil deeds, and MAY THEY BE KEPT FAR FROM EGYPT!

Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Neith
« on: August 16, 2015, 10:12:55 pm »
Em Hotep!
I know she was associated heavily with click beetles (http://www.whatsthatbug.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/lanelater_top_20090419.jpg)

There's a lovely piece no newer than 1st Dynasty now at the Brussels museum featuring those click beetles. (I've seen it at the "Dawn of Ancient Egyptian Art" exhibit that was at the Met museum).  I'm glad to see the beetle upon which Nit's symbol is based.  A photo of the piece at the link below:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/lankester2/5395595695/

Senebty,
Neheh...

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: It's been a while
« on: August 01, 2015, 01:58:05 pm »
Welcome back, Linda!

Senebty,
Neheh...

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