Kemeticism

The beginning of the beginning

I could call this post many things. For instance, the above, or perhaps “The prelude.” “The opening act.” Or better yet, “The overture.” Once upon a time, early in the history of this blog, one poster said that Isis didn’t exist. And he was quite adamant that She didn’t exist and that I was being… Continue reading The beginning of the beginning

Church-State Separation · Criticism of Religion

The sacrament of Confession, and child abuse

I read this article today, and I thought I’d share my thoughts with you all. At first I was puzzled on what my take should be. I should know that, shouldn’t I? I’ve railed against the Catholic Church many times on this subject, and certainly, in the younger days of this blog, I’d be throwing… Continue reading The sacrament of Confession, and child abuse

Tolerance

Coexist. Failure is not an option

So in January, we bought a new car for me (an automatic! The Netjeru be praised!). My husband took over my old one, with the Tolerance bumper sticker. I was sad to see it go (he didn’t cover it up, but the white Kia was no longer my primary vehicle). But I had a “Coexist”… Continue reading Coexist. Failure is not an option

Kemeticism

Daily Rite with a portable shrine

Recently I was traveling, and since I had a new portable shrine (a nice, handmade wooden box with a rose design on the cover), I thought I would take pictures and show you what I do when I’m on the road. (I couldn’t do this before, because what I was using before was an old… Continue reading Daily Rite with a portable shrine