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Gods Of Egypt

This group is for those that worship the Gods of Egyptian Mythology of the Kemetic faith as well as Hellenism as it arrived with Alexander the Great and is part of the Egyptian past. Come forth and share your thoughts, how you practice, anything.

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Latest Activity: on Wednesday

Temple of Hathor at Denderah and Other Temples

Edfu Temple

Philae Temple (Home to the last butchering of Egyptian Priests by the filthy power hungry non-Christians known as members of the Catholic Church).

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Festival Calender

Started by BlackRaven. Last reply by Light Jul 11, 2018. 3 Replies

I've finally gotten around to do this, 2 years too late. I hope that you can use the information that I'm posting.April's CalenderApril 1: Day of HathorApril 2: Day of Joy of the Ennead and Crew of…Continue

Can You Identify This For Me?

Started by Ariel Ganshmi. Last reply by Light Jul 11, 2018. 2 Replies

I got this statue at Ross and though I left it behind three times, I felt compelled to come back and purchase it. Was wondering if you all could identify who this is? I am assuming cleopatra but I am…Continue

Tags: woman, statue, lady, egyptian, candle

What I feel about Kemetic of today

Started by BlackRaven. Last reply by Robert Ray Myers, Jr. Feb 6, 2018. 64 Replies

I firmly believe, and I heard this from another member of another group, that Wicca has no business being apart of Kemetic. Kemetic is the religion of Ancient Egypt and the Egyptian people. I…Continue

Threat To Egyptian Temples and Monuments

Started by BlackRaven. Last reply by Robert Ray Myers, Jr. Feb 6, 2018. 2 Replies

I don't know if any of you have heard this but this freak of nature, can't even pronounce his name, is threatening to blow up the pyramids, statues, and anything else that's part of Egyptians past.…Continue

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Comment by BlackRaven on April 16, 2012 at 1:53pm

I didn't delete Minkzi posts and I'm the only one that can. Heck how can I delete someone's posts if I haven't been on here in months. Can someone answer that question for me? I hope that she comes back, I like it when people talk.

Comment by Robert Ray Myers, Jr. on April 15, 2012 at 2:09pm

An honest, accurate contribution to a topic like this should, I believe, demonstrate some open minded, self aware, responsible study, practice, and shamanic attitude, some reverence and respect for what the elder brethren accomplished from which almost all mankind has benefited.  "The truth will throw down whomever contends with it," said one Egyptian sage.  But, if we want our words to be understood as truth, we need to be careful that our investigation, research, and delivery ring true, rather than as blasphemy against a system that never condoned racism.  One day, Egypt will have to physically occupy all the territory down to the mouths of the Nile, because previously undeveloped regions will be diverting and polluting the water.  And, making a lot of statements about Egypt that reflect a lack of authentic study and analysis are just attempts to muddy the water and co-opt the systems that already have rightful claimants.  

Comment by Robert Ray Myers, Jr. on April 15, 2012 at 1:58pm

Hello again, Hathor Priestess;

My old priest of Set dubbed the late leader of Egypto-Wicca, "Ellen Cannot Read". But, my recommendation is that we try our best to practice exquisite forbearance with Egypto-Wiccans, unless you meet a few who clearly intend some sort of harm. Like Jesus said, "Don't tangle with them: if they are not opposing us, they are helping us." Our task is to become polite experts whose guidance is sought. As Dr. Frankfort and Dr. Morenz said, the Ancient Egyptian Religion can exist on aesthetic statements alone, without any normative doctrine. Afrocentrists are often like Amarnans, with talk about maat but no friendly study or scrupulous observance of it. Egypto-Wiccans and certainly Egypto-Hermetics are usually better educated than the filibustering fatuous false-Falasha fatwa fans who sometimes spam threads like this with goofy racist nonsense. Such materials are more at home on YouTube, and seem to me intended to demoralize serious modern practitioners of an authentic version of Ancient Egyptian Religion. To take on the Ancient Egyptian Religion without serious study of primary source materials is so irresponsible. When you encounter an agenda that is one prejudicial statement after another with an obvious apathy toward academic Egyptology, you realize that it is not to be taken seriously as more than some new incarnation of terrorism with greedy economic objectives. People who couldn't make it as the true Children of Israel or true Children of Christ now want to be the new true Children of the Heretic of Amarna. But, if we practice impeccable courtesy, as any Keeper of Reverence ought, then there will be much less friction and much more inspiration going on among those who should be carefully cooperating rather than fomenting discord. So, I try to avoid any ad-hominem sort of friction and simply continue stating the facts and the truth, honestly and as accurately as I can. Sincere, serious, sustainable interest people will eventually catch the drift of what ought to be happening.

Comment by Minkzi on April 15, 2012 at 11:29am

Since my post are being deleted...not sure why truth is so fearful for many I will withdraw from the group.  It is sad in this day and age that fear trumps truths.

Comment by Minkzi on April 14, 2012 at 9:53am

Comment by Minkzi on April 14, 2012 at 9:44am

Comment by Robert Ray Myers, Jr. on April 14, 2012 at 2:38am

My Art History professor was a Copt who came from a fabulously wealthy family in Egypt.  I once asked her what she considered to be her race.  She said, "off white".  I have known people who thought that Hoda Kotb was black.  She doesn't correct them, as far as I know, as she is living a happy, successful life free of that kind of strife ridden thinking.

Comment by Minkzi on April 13, 2012 at 11:56pm

Comment by Minkzi on April 13, 2012 at 11:55pm

Comment by Robert Ray Myers, Jr. on April 13, 2012 at 9:32pm

I believe that one day, when we have Egyptianite spiritual and religious associations that are a healthy blend of black, white, and Native Egyptian red, it will be easier to sort out the facts, the truth, and move more creatively toward a better future.  Curiously, every time I had a copy of the Book of the Dead conspicuously under my arm, the people who would ask me about it were Asians, usually Vietnamese.  The USA waged a merciless war on that country claiming  that it would export Communist doctrine.  They kicked our ass.  And, all they really exported was good food.

 

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