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Here is the new cover of my book made by Andrew Meit!
Here is the page about the book: Sun, Star and Desert Sand
Holy Mother, Healer and Queen: Papers on the Feminine Divine. This is a compilation of academic essays on Oya, Yemoja (Yemaya), Frigga, Skadi, Kali, Kwan Yin and Mary. And there is one essay on Qur’anic Talismanry and Women’s Healing.
The Ancient Egyptian Poetry Book is almost complete. I have over 300 pages of poetry to Aset, Aset and Nebet Het, Nebet Het, Sobek, Set, Wesir, Wepwawet, Yinepu, Bast, Ra, and Nut. I am still adding more poetry. The title is Sun, Star and Desert Sand: Poems for the Egyptian Gods.
I have sent in the permissions for Lady of the Sky: Ancient Hymns for Aset from the Temple of Dendera. We’ll see what they say. I’m still waiting.
I have been compiling all the material for this book She Who Speaks Through Silence: An Anthology of Nebet Het (Nephthys). I am still waiting on some submissions. Here are the submission guidelines: Nebet Het Submission Guidelines
A Devotional for Ra and His Daughters: Solar Flares and Sunbeams. Here are the submission guidelines: Ra and His Family Devotional
An anthology for Aset/Isis: Mother of Magic: An Anthology for Aset.
Maybe a hymnal or devotional for Sekhmet/Sekhmet-Mut. I have to check on some permissions. The tentative title is Lioness Goddess, Lioness Queen: An Anthology/Hymnal for Sekhmet.
There is a festival from the Roman period temple of Soknopaiou Nesos (a temple of Sobek) which lists a 19 day festival to Aset called Festival of the Birth of Aset Neferset, (with the Beautiful Throne) the Great Goddess (in Greek this is Isis Nepherses). The dates for this festival are: 26 of 3 Shomu to 15 of 4 Shomu.
On my calendar from Lady of Praise, Lady of Power, this holiday begins on Monday.
Have a great festival everyone!
This festival for Aset comes from the Ptolemaic period. It is obviously Greek in origin, but was adapted to ancient Egyptian religion. Aset is honored here as a Goddess of Beauty, the spring season and the Lady of the Rose.
Roses were the flowers which were left on graves. Aset is honored here as the Lady of Beauty, Queen of the Dead and the Mourner of Wesir.