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I've commissioned a few small pieces from Saryt. 
I can't seem to find the link to her Etsy shop at  the moment.   

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: anubis/anpu parents
« on: May 08, 2018, 11:29:26 am »
Yinepu's Parents can be
Bast, Nebet Het and Ra, 
Nebet Het and Wesir (from Plutarch), Aset and Wesir (from later periods) and Hesat. 

Nebet Het and Set may be his parents, but I've only found one mention of it and it is only through context clues.  It doesn't say his name.  If anyone has seen any mention of it in ancient sources,  please let me  know.  (Of course, there is Nebet Het is the biological mother, while Set is the step-father too and Yinepu is their son that way).

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Nit-Nebhtet-Seshat
« on: May 01, 2018, 11:53:47 am »
Em hotep TahekerutAset!

Oh wow, I had no idea!  I would love to learn more about that, so I will be keeping my eyes peeled!


I found it in Barbara Lesko's book The Great Goddesses of Egypt.  I highly recommend it if you haven't read it.  It has an entire chapter on Nit. (And also chapters on Mut, Nut,  Aset, and Hethert)

[PUBLIC] Prayer Requests / Re: Just Trying to Re-Connect with Wepwawet
« on: April 25, 2018, 05:55:32 pm »
In reconnecting with Wepwawet, may I suggest just giving him an offering (some ideas are cheese pizza or nachos or beef or some other meat, beer, water, etc) and maybe light a candle or incense and talk to Him. 

If I'm remembering correctly, He likes Bergamot and myrrh incense.  I don't use incense as I get migraines from the scent. 

Wepwawet is awesome. 

In my experience, He is pretty quick to answer prayers.

[PUBLIC] Prayer Requests / Re: Just Trying to Re-Connect with Wepwawet
« on: April 25, 2018, 05:37:17 pm »
Sorry, just an unlucky guess!    :-[

That being clarified, I do recommend Ms. Bolton's Wepwawet work!

Thank you! 

Bezenwepwy really helped me a lot.  I highly recommend her website:

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Nit-Nebhtet-Seshat
« on: April 04, 2018, 11:54:13 pm »
I don't know if this helps, but Nit is also a mother of Wesir. 

Em hotep, everyone *henu*

I've been trying to learn more about Hethert this year. I gave up several times in the past because She felt overwhelmingly vast and too hard to relate to. I was just happy She was there, but the relationship was fairly distant in nature. I don't have a statue of Her, because I can't seem to pinpoint which forms She takes for me. Nothing felt quite right.


It really sounds like you are getting the primordial Hethert.  Nebet Hetetpet is Lady of Offerings and Iusaas is the Hand of God, iirc (creator goddess deity). 

They are titles/forms of many deities not just Hethert. 

There is a small Celestial Cow statue, you  could look into if you wanted.  It is offered online, I believe.

I highly recommend looking into the Celestial Cow or Star Cow or Heavenly Cow, etc.  The star strewn sky and  the primordial goddess.  And I second the  book recommendation. 


[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Myths of Bast
« on: January 18, 2018, 01:22:19 am »
Em Hotep! Hello!

I wonder if there is any Bast myth that we have knowledge of today. I realize the one where she defends Ra and destroys Apep, but only. I do not think I have any more today, but it's always good to ask :)

There is the Eye of Ra Myth about the Distant Goddess  when She leaves on the Summer Solstice and Returns on the Winter Solstice.  This myth pertains to all Eyes of Ra including Bast. 

There was a syncretism with Mut at the Temple of Karnak Bast-Mut who was honored within this myth cycle.  Bast was the Avenging Goddess here. 

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: Our form of "Merry Christmas"?
« on: December 19, 2017, 01:52:56 pm »
Happy Moomas works  for the Celestial Cow Festival.  Happy Solstice works for the Eye of Ra festival. 

For the date of the Birth of Heru here is a blog post explaining where that came about:  Basically, the winter solstice as the birth of Heru is from Plutarch is the short version of it. 

[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: Not eating my offerings?
« on: December 09, 2017, 08:04:02 pm »
I asked Aset this once. I wrote this poem afterwards.  I don't know if  this helps or not, but
 it helped me understand eating offerings. 

(This is published in my book Queen of the Road: Poetry of the Goddess Aset.)

Ritual is comprised of three parts:
Offerings of fragrance, flame and food
An exchange of Ka-Power
between deity and devotee
A renewal of the cosmos
Offering fragrance is offering the breath of the First Time
Offering flame is the First Light, Ra's First Dawn Offering water is the First Waters with the potential of creation
Offering food and drink are
the ways in which the Seen and Unseen Worlds exchange Power
This is what is used to make the exchange of Ka-Power
from devotee to deity
from deity to devotee
Why do you think you eat Our offerings?
What makes you discard Our Power so easily?
Why do you not eat the offerings you give Us? Why do you not offer the food you eat?
Even if your diet is restricted
You still eat
So offer what you eat
And Our Ka-Power will flow
between deity and devotee
between devotee and deity
even if you cannot do ritual
Our Ka-Power will flow
Eat the foods of the Gods below

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Nit-Nebhtet-Seshat
« on: December 06, 2017, 01:06:11 am »
My beloved is Nebet Het-Nit-Seshat. I normally  only get Nebet Het. 

I have experienced Aset-Nebet Het a few times, but my Aset is more Aset Amenti (Lady of the West and Nebet Het shares this title as well; so does Nut and Hethert). 

I have also gotten Nebet Het-Seshat and Nebet Het-Nit, a few times. 

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Nit-Nebhtet-Seshat
« on: December 06, 2017, 12:59:11 am »
Aset-Serqet kid here!  Mother comes to me very motherly.   Serqet is VERY quiet for me.

I sometimes get Aset-Serqet as Aset as a scorpion in dreams.  Aset Amenti is the closest aspect of Aset I personally get.  I also get Aset-Nut, Aset-Nebet Het and Aset-Sopdet (Star Sirius).

[PUBLIC] Netjer (Our Gods & Goddesses) / Re: Yinepu
« on: December 06, 2017, 12:37:44 am »
From the  Ancient Egyptian Prayerbook, the pronunciation of Yinepu is /yin NUHP oo/. 

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