Shrine, Wepwawet, Yinepu, Anubis

Wepwawet and Anubis Shrine Images!

Here is the image of the shrine for Wepwawet and Anubis!  Wepwawet is on the left,  while Yinepu (Anubis) is on the right.  I normally only have Wepwawet here.  The Anubis statue belongs to my friend who joined  me in the celebration.  To learn more about Wepwawet go to my page: Wepwawet FAQ.

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Photo by Chelsea.  All Rights Reserved.
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Shrine Pictures

So, I had a small get together at my house to honor Aset (Isis), Wepwawet, and Yinepu (Anubis).  My friend M. took these pictures and  she gave me permission to post them here.

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Happy Rhodophoria!

Rhodophoria/Rosalia Festival

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Here is Aset’s shrine after the ritual.

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.

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Here is the image of the shrine after the offerings were mostly cleared.