Shrine Dedicated to Sekhmet- Paganpickle

“Here is my Kemetic Shrine dedicated to Sekhmet. The little green bottle contains water to represent… well, water! Afterall it is the most important substance in the world. The small clay pot contains black sand to represent the fertile frounds of the Nile. The Flowers where an offering to Sekhmet.”¬† Continue reading

Shrine for Osiris and Set – Devo

Set and Osiris

“My formal shrine is a wooden cabinet that hangs on the wall. I prefer to keep my icons hidden, as would have been done in the temples of ancient Egypt in what is typically called a Kar shrine (Naos in Greek). Set pushed me to get an entirely wooden case last year (as opposed to particle board with veneer) and I ended up getting this case- which is made of reclaimed Teak wood.” Continue reading

Offering to the Goddess Wenut – Helmsinepu

Kemetic Offering for Wenut

With the approach of Spring and the lilacs getting ready to bloom, I decided to do a special offering. Seeing chocolate rabbits in the store and knowing they’d be discounted soon, I made plans to honor the goddess Wenut (Wenet, Unut), the Swift One. She was shown associated with the snake, and also the rabbit (hare.) King Unas, the¬†pharaoh famous for the Pyramid Texts, named himself after her. Continue reading