Kemeticism

Back with the UUs…probably?

So I went to church today. No, my faith didn’t change, but my interpretation of it did somewhat. Longtime readers of this blog – all three of you 🙂 – will remember that I left the Unitarian Universalist Church in Tallahassee because they seemed overfond of the word “blessed” for my taste. I wasn’t convinced… Continue reading Back with the UUs…probably?

Criticism of Religion

When someone you knew turns out to be a child sexual abuser

Yesterday had started innocently enough. I had dreamt about an old high school teacher and wondered if he was still alive. Notable in my brain was a previous time I had dreamt about an old high school teacher, done an Internet search and discovered that she had passed a month prior. The one I had… Continue reading When someone you knew turns out to be a child sexual abuser

Kemeticism

Making Ma’at 2k19

Originally posted on The Twisted Rope:
Earlier this summer I found myself mulling over Wep Ronpet and the yearly execrations that most of us perform for that holiday — specifically as it relates to ma’at. I’ve read in several places over the years that whenever you remove isfet from the world, you should seek to…

Kemeticism · Tolerance

The real reason for the season

I couldn’t figure out how to reblog this a second time, so I copied and pasted into a new blog post. Happy holidays and spread the love. I was doing rite to Hathor, the Lady of Love, today (i.e. December 16, 2016), and something came to me. Maybe it isn’t earth-shattering, but I wanted to… Continue reading The real reason for the season

Kemeticism

A prayer to certain Netjeru

  Dua Aset, Great and Gracious Mother, Who gave me strength and healing and light, Thank You for being with me in my most difficult hour. Thank You for saving us from the hurricane, For helping me do what needed to be done. I know You always say, “Find your strength [within you],” but You… Continue reading A prayer to certain Netjeru