Category Archives: English

Walking in the footsteps of the Aztecs – Mexica polytheism

I was very pleased to learn that there is actually a pagan reconstructionist path for Mexika or “Aztec” polytheism. When I heard about it I immediately asked for an interview. Angel Rivera Rubio i s a follower oft he revitalization … Continue reading

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Kemetic rituals – Impressions

Deutsche Version How does a kemetic ritual work? We have documented one of our ceremonies to give you a little insight into our temple activities. Of course we  do not have an actual brick built temple (so far) but we … Continue reading

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Uncertainty, awe and relationships

Facts about uncertainty “Our typical response to chaos is an instinctual drive to impose order and regain control. Our fear of uncertainty often impels us toward irrational and sometimes bizarre behavior.” (The Impermanence Of Being: Toward A Psychology Of Uncertainty, … Continue reading

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About time…

Time and time perception “Time” in philosophy names the perceivable change or series of events observed by the human mind. Time appears to have a “direction” or a flow. This already raises the question if there is an absolute time … Continue reading

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A(nti)theism

If you know me closer you may have noticed that I am sensitive to “atheist” paroles which basically are not atheist in its original (scientific) sense but mostly anti-theist religion bashing. For a long time the target was Christianity. Christianity … Continue reading

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Different but not: an interfaith experience

Check out  Myriad’s amazing blog and read the post on “Weaving the Net” Myriad and Sati, a Norse polytheist and a Kemetic. We met on the internet and decided to spend a few days together and share this experience. 🙂 … Continue reading

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Devotional art – A kemetic “mala”

So I decided to make a devotional necklace for Sutekh. I have chosen 7 of Set’s reported epiphets and painted wooden pearls to symbolize them. I admit this was not entirely my idea. My girlfriend made a similar necklace for … Continue reading

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Asperger’s and Kemeticism

This is basically a try to write down and structurize my thoughts on a matter I have been trying to figure out for quite some time. So if I appear kind of confused I would like to apologize in advance.  … Continue reading

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The Symbolic Use of Color in Ancient Egyptian Art

Originally posted on Shadows of the Sun:
Detail of a vibrant and well-preserved mural from the tomb of Horemheb (KV57). Egyptian paints were created from mineral sources, lending them an unmatched permanency and brilliance. Temples and tombs whose painted reliefs…

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Making Sense of the Osirian Myth Cycle

Originally posted on The Twisted Rope:
This post is a continuing work in progress. As I find new information regarding the Osirian myth cycle, I will add it in below. If you see anything incorrect within this post, please let…

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