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  • Just a quick note
    I’ve updated my bio page with a link to Les Cabinets Des Polytheistes, where my story “Spine of the World” is published (and in which people can play Spot The Netjer if they are so inclined), and my less-specific webspace Suns in Her Branches, which is broader than this space (which is specifically for reconstructionist-derived […]
  • Opet article is up
    And can be read here.Filed under: Patheos Links
  • Opet is coming ’round again
    And the Emboatening Crew is once more celebrating by making Kiva loans. You’re all welcome to join us. (My monthly column in Patheos Pagan is about Opet and charitable works, and will be going up tomorrow assuming nothing goes wrong.)Filed under: Festivals, Uncategorized
  • Hills of the Horizon: Green Man Mysteries
    In the end of November, more or less, depending on how one tinkers with the calculators, Kemetics celebrate the Mysteries of Osiris. This multi-day festival is, in effect, the funeral rituals for Wesir, and thus serve as the template for all funerals, as all of the dead become Osiris on their route to the West. […]

Welcome

Hello there, internet!

This website contains all of the public material related to my personal Kemetic practice and the related systems that I am developing. This includes imagery, theology, principles of development, poetry, book lists, and other things. I intend it to be a useful resource for people who are interested in doing the sort of thing I do – whether that’s “Kemetic reconstruction”, “historically-informed Craft work”, “developing religious practice with historical content”, “nerding out about pagan topics”, or any of the number of angles one can take on what I do.

It also contains other stuff.


Upcoming:

There are things that will exist eventually! When they do, they will get About pages and short descriptions here.

Twisted Horn Creations: A shopfront for stuff I make.

Beewine Press: A pagan small press with books and calendars.