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Here is the new cover of my book made by Andrew Meit!
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To be published in Sun, Star and Desert Sand: Poems for the Egyptian Gods.
Nebet Het is the Wayward Daughter
She marries the Red Lord
Of the Desert Lands
She marries Him
And Their love is eternal
They bring change and sorrow
They bring transformation
The change He brings is Swift, Brutal
You can’t turn away
From the lies you tell yourself
Or the hidden truths you wish to keep locked away
You cannot hide from your desires
With a slew of excuses Continue reading
Solar Flares and Sunbeams: An Anthology for Ra and His Family
by Chelsea Luellon Bolton
Ra (Re) is the ancient Egyptian God of the Sun. He is the creator of the world, Gods and Humankind. He is both the warmth of the sun and its fiery, scorching rays. He is the one who travels through the sky during the day and through the Underworld at night, culminating in His defeat of the Evil Serpent. He merges with Wesir (Osiris), the King of the Underworld and renews the afterlife and creation.
He has many forms and syncretisms with other gods. He has many daughters who bear the title “Eye of Ra” which means they are His guardians and protectors who harness the fierce power of sun to dispose of enemies and evil forces.
Contributors can explore:
Ra as the creator of the world
Ra as the Creator of Humankind
Ra as the God of Kings
Ra as the Lord of All or Lord of the Limit
Ra and His Forms (Khepri, Ra and Atum as Morning, Noon and Night)
Ra and His Syncretisms (Amun-Ra, Atum-Ra, Khnum-Ra, Wepwawet-Ra, Sobek-Ra, Osiris-Ra, Ra Heru-akhety/Ra Horakhty)
Relationships with Ra and His Consorts (Hathor, Sekhmet, Bast, Nephthys) and as Amun-Ra (Mut)
Relationships between Ra and His Daughters (Bast, Sekhmet, Mut, Aset/Isis, Tefnut, Hathor, etc)
Relationships between Ra and the Celestial Cow/Mehet Weret (Forms: Neith, Hathor, Aset/Isis, Nephthys, Nut)
Relationships between Ra and His Sons (Anubis, Wepwawet, Shu)
Ra and His associations with Set or Thoth or Horus
Ra as a Fatherly figure, savior or personal God
We are seeking submissions of:
• poetry and oracles
• hymns and prayers
• devotions, rituals or magical practice
• academic or scholarly articles (with footnotes and bibliography)
• short fiction (5,000 word limit)
• artwork (300dpi; black and white only)
• translations of ancient works (must have permission of the copyright owner or translator if not translated directly from the hieroglyphs)
Deadline: October 1, 2017
Submission Formats: Word Document pasted within the body of an email or as an email attachment. Also please put RA SUBMISSION in the title of the email.
Rights: Worldwide, non-exclusive for print book and e-book formats (contributors retain all rights to their work); projected release date is TBA through Lulu.com;
Contributors: There is no monetary compensation for contributors. Contributors will receive a free PDF copy of the book for personal use and a coupon code to purchase the book at a discount. A permission to publish form will be sent out via email once all the submissions are received.
Set and Aset
by Chelsea B. (JewelofAset)
I am Great of Strength
I am like My sister, yet, not
She is the shape-shifter
I come as I am
I am more straight-forward than She
Both of Us are strong Continue reading
Today is Set’s Birthday on the Kemetic Orthodox Calendar.
I have lit His candle and said his prayer as I did for Wesir and Heru Wer the two days prior.
Saryt, a talented musician, singer, and sculptor has written and sang two songs dedicated to Set. I would like to share them with you on His birthday.
Dua Set by Catfolk
Walk Forth in Strength by Catfolk
Dua Set! Happy Birthday to the Red Lord!
For those who don’t know, “Red Week” was a week long celebration of the ancient Egyptian God Set, Lord of storms, change and the desert. He is the strongest of Gods to slay Apep every day so that dawn may come. (He does this in tandem with Aset, the Strongest of Goddesses).
Anyway, here is a journal containing hymns, stories and other writings about the Red Lord. This was put together by the Kemetic Orthodox House of Netjer Temple.
Here is the link: Strongest of the Gods