Aset, Auset, Isis

Baking for Aset

I know of a few people who bake for Aset. I have done this before and will again.

I found a reference to this in The Penguin Book of Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt by Joyce Tyldesley on page 199, where it is mentioned that Aset taught the women of Egypt how to weave, brew and bake.

Books, Isidora Forrest, Links, Publications, Tamara Siuda

PBP 2013: L is for Links

I have not updated here in awhile. I have been sick or not feeling well. Or I have had lack of energy. Anyway, here is a links post for my latest Pagan Blog Project post.

I’m still working on re-gaining my energy levels.

Anyway, here are some links.

Here is a post about statues in Aset/Isis worship by Priestess and Author Isidora Forrest. I don’t like the term idolatry itself because of its pejorative meaning, but it is a good post. Idolatry, Yes!

Sannion wrote a post about polytheism and community.
Polytheism Without Borders

Here is a link to the Ancient Egyptian Daybook (ancient Egyptian Festival Calendar) project by Tamara Siuda, Egyptologist, author and spiritual leader: Ancient Egyptian Daybook.