Rose Bell’s Magick Work Altar

Rose Bell’s Magick Work Altar

As an eclectic that does not work within established religions/paths, my altar is a constantly changing space. It is a functional work space for magick, offerings, healing, and astral work. Each item has a specific purpose that works in tandem to the intangible side of the work. Most of my items are used more in a symbolic way than as tools. Continue reading

Jade Val’s Kemetic Orthodox Box Shrine

Jade Val’s Box Shrine. Ready for use.

(Jade Val is Kemetic Orthodox- here’s a summary page if you’re not familiar with this path or the terms she uses.)

Without being biased this is the best type of shrine to start off at, as a Beginner or Remetj. It contains all the requirements for senut (box/cabinet, white linen, two bowls, candle, incense and natron) with enough room to dedicate the shrine to a Name of Netjer. 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