Originally posted on Mystical Bewilderment:
The Kemetic Round Table (KRT) is a blogging project aimed at providing practical, useful information for modern Kemetic religious practitioners. Ritual purity can be a hot button issue for many polytheists, recon-slanted or otherwise. It can also be an easy-breezy topic of conversation between fellow polytheists, but it can get…

Originally posted on Fiercely Bright One:
British Museum, LondonPhoto by Einsamer SchützeCopyright Creative Commons License/GNU Free Documentation License I don’t normally honor Bast, but I have some friends who do, so here are some hymns and praises to Bast, Eye of Ra, Lady of the Ointment Jar, Lady of Perfume, Mistress of the Sistrum and…

Originally posted on Mystical Bewilderment:
With the good intention of a Kemetic who is intent on practicing a truly reconstructed religion, I have added various feast days and festivals to my calendar. In this, I know that I will need to expel, possibly, more energy that I have to spare. These are practice days, in…

Originally posted on hecatedemeter:
* Here’s the brilliant Neil Gaiman talking about writing fiction. Neil’s so adorable that I don’t even care that this is a commercial. In fact, it makes me think maybe I should check out Blackberry, that they’re using Neil in a commercial. But capitalism aside, I was struck by Neil’s discussion…