Updates

I have been  sick this past week and a half with a cold and a respiratory infection.  I’m much better now.  (Antibiotics, Tylenol and  Sudafed, FTW!)

I have some updates on some of my projects.

Lord of Strength and  Power:  Ancient Hymns for Wepwawet is a collection of  ancient  hymns  and prayers to the canine god Wepwawet, the warrior, scout and hunter of the gods.  I am waiting on  one set of permissions  and  then  I  can publish the book.

I have sent in the permissions for Lady of the Sky: Ancient Hymns of the Goddess Aset from the Temple of Dendera.  We’ll see what they say.  I’m still waiting.

I am still working on She Who Speaks Through Silence:  An Anthology of Nebet Het (Nephthys).  I am still waiting on some submissions. 

I’m  almost done  with another poetry collection.  This book has more  poems  to  Athena,  Hestia, Hera, Hera and  Zeus, various Orisha (Oya, Oshun, Yemaya, Osanyin, Shango, etc) and Frigga.  I’m considering  calling it  Holy Words, Holy Praise since it is kind  of  a volume 2 of  Divine Words, Divine Praise.  Does anyone  have any feedback on the title?

I am compiling a compilation of scholarly papers I wrote in Graduate school (and afterward) about various goddesses, Orishas and a saint (Mary); and I have one other essay about women’s healing and talismanry (I know it doesn’t fit, but I have no idea where else I could publish it.  I may take it out and publish it by itself. I’m not sure.).   I’m thinking of making this into another book.  My working title is Holy Lady, Holy Queen:  Papers on the Feminine Divine.

Sobek devotional news: Announcing ‘Lord of the Carnelian Temple’

A Sobek Devotional is in the works!

Per Sebek

Signal boost the shit out of this plz, y/y? :D?

OKAY SO. I might have mentioned I’d put my hand up to edit a Sobek devotional anthology with Bibliotheca Alexandrina, and after a lot of work and wrangling and sorting things out, it’s all official now. I have a title and everything!

Lord of the Carnelian Temple info

Anyone who works with Sobek, or has an interest in Sobek,including Sobek-Ra (because I know there are some of you out there, too), is more than welcome to submit work for this anthology. ILU all, let’s make this happen. ❤

I’m opening submissions in July, and running it through to the end of the year, so don’t let me down! I’ll be looking to release it by March next year, if you all do your part and send me enough material. Start working on your submissions so the world can…

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Epithets of Nut

Epithets of Nut

At Whose Feet is Eternity

Brilliant One

Coffin

Coverer of Heaven

Daughter

Daughter of Shu

Dominates the Northern Sky

Effective One

Established One of Geb

Eye of Ra

Female Pig Who Eats Her Piglets

Goddess of the Sycamore Tree

Grand Horizon

Great

Great Being Who is in the World of the Dead

Great Divine Beloved Soul

Great Ihet-Cow Who Brings Ra into the Day

Great Lady

Great, Mother of God

Great One

Great Princess at the Birthplace

Great, Who Gave Birth to the Gods

Great Wild Cow

Heavenly Cow

In Whose Hand is the Always

Lady of Heaven

Lady of the Sycamore

Land of Your West

Lofty One

Mighty Goddess in the Womb of Your Mother Tefnut

Mighty One in Your Mother

Mistress of Big

Mistress of Heaven/the Sky

Mistress Over the Earth

Mother

Mother of All the Gods

Mother of God

Mother of God of the Gods and Goddesses

Mother of Heaven

Mother of Set

Mother of the Gods

Mother of the Stars

Mysterious One

One with a Thousand Souls

One Who Hears

Perfect Daughter

Powerful from Her Mother

Queen of All Gods and Goddesses

Sarcophagus

Scepter of the Sky

Sepulcher

She Who Bore the Gods

She Who Comes Out of the Arms of Aker

She Who Extends Her Arms

She Who Gives Birth to the Gods

She Who Gives Birth to Ra Everyday

Sky

Soul of the Brilliant One

Sovereign of All the Gods

She of the Braided Hair Who Bore the Gods

The Great

The Mighty

Uniter of the Two Lands of Geb

Uraeus Serpent

Veil of Heaven

Venerable One

Venerable and Powerful

Venerable in the Shrine-of-the-Venerable

Who Bore the Gods

Who Came into Being in the Sky

Who Counts the Days

Who Does Fill Every Place with Her Beauty

Who Gave Birth to the Gods

Who Gives Birth to the Gods

Who Gives Birth to the Rulers of the Country

Who Has Given Birth to All the Gods

Who is Crowned like the King of the North

Who is Mighty

Who is in the Mysterious Abyss

Who Protects the Son of Wesir

Who Rose in Splendor as the Bee

Who Shelters Him (Heru)

Who Spreadest Over Me

Whose Adornments are Among the Goddesses

You are Above Your Father Shu

You Have Encompassed the Earth, Everything is in Your Two Hands

You have United the Earth in Every Place

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Hathor Devotional Call Out!

Hathor (Hethert) Devotional!

Setjataset

I will be editing an upcoming devotional in honor of Hathor.
See below for further details of submission guidelines:

The Lady of the Sycamore:
A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Hathor

Bibliotheca Alexandrina is seeking submissions for Lady of the Sycamore: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Hathor. This anthology opens for submissions on 1st November 2016 and closes on 1st May 2017, with a projected release date of August 2017.
 
Suggestions for possible contributions include, but are not limited to: prayers, heka, poetry, hymns, rituals, essays, short fiction, recipes, music, and artwork.
 
Those interested in contributing to this anthology are encouraged to explore the various titles and myths of this goddess, such as: Hathor as Goddess of Love; The Great One of Many Names; Lady of Stars; Mistress of the West; Lady of the Sycamore; Mistress of the Necropolis; Lady of the Turquoise; Lady of Malachite; Mistress of Music; Queen…

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Edited: Epithets of Wesir

Beloved of Nut
Beloved of Ra
Beloved of Your Two Images
Born of Heru-Ra of the Two Horizons
Born the Image of the God of Gods
Brilliant One
Bull of Amenti
Bull of the Two Goddesses
Bull of the West

the Coptite
Dweller in the Underworld

Eldest in the Body of His Mother Nut
Eldest Born
Enshrouded One

First of the Five

Foremost of the Land of the Lake
Foremost of Westerners
Foremost of the West
Giver of Years
Gold of Millions
God Above the Heavens
Great God
Great Heir of Geb
Great One Among the Gods
Guide

Guided on His Path by His Sister Aset
He at the Head of the West
He Who Awakens Whole at the Head of the Living
He Who Comes into Being in the Dark
He Who is in the God’s Tent
He Who is in the Heart of the Gods
Head of the Western Land
Heir of Geb
Heir of the Two Thrones
Hidden One
Inert One
King of Kings, Lord of Lords
King of the Gods
King of the West Who Commands the Region of Silence
Male One of Amenti
Messenger of Heaven to Earth
Mysterious One
Leader
Lord Worthy of Many Hundreds and Thousands of Praises
Lord of Abydos
Lord of Bounty
Lord of Busiris
Lord of Egypt
Lord of the Ennead
Lord of Eternity
Lord of Fear
Lord of Great Fear and Trembling
Lord of Life
Lord of Love
Lord of Rosetau
Lord of the Assembly
Lord of the Dead
Lord of the Holy Country
Lord of the Holy Land
Lord of the Living
Lord of the Mysteries in the Mysterious Place
Lord of the Pomegranate Nome
Lord of the Royal Crown
Lord of the Sky
Lord of the Ways
Lord of the West
Lord of the White Crown
Lord of Women
Of Many Paths
Of the South
On His Throne
One Beloved of Gods and Goddesses

One Foremost in the House of Gold
One Who Inspires Dread in Busiris
One Who is in His Shrine
One Who Places Sokar on His Sledge
Opener of Ways to the Gods
Power of the Gods
Powerful in Abydos
Prince
Prince Great in His Terror
Ram Who Dwells in Busiris
Resplendent One with the White CrownRuler of Eternity
Ruler of Rulers
Ruler of the Region of Silence
Ruler of Upper and Lower Egypt
Ruler Who is in Abydos

Shu Who has Risen in the Great Opet
Son of Nut
Soul of Ra
Strong One
Strong One Among the Gods
Sweet Lord
The Terrible
Uniter of Heaven to Earth
Unique God
Veiled One
Virile Infant
Wennefer-Beneficient One
Who Annihilates His Enemies
Who Behold the Two Goddesses United
Who Causes His Shadow Daily in the Land
Who Causes Himself to Come into Being
Who Causes the Inundation

Who comes from Herakleopolis
Who Contains in Himself the Mysterious Power of Birth into New Life
Who Destroys the Souls in Revolt Against Him
Whose Heart Palpitates Not
Who is in His Coffin
Who is Unknown to Mankind
Whose Places are Mysterious
Whose Soul Lives
Whose Word Destroys His Enemies
Who Repulses His Enemies

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Dennis, James Teackle. Burden of Isis: Being the Laments of Isis and Nephthys. London: J. Murray, 1918.

Foster, John. Hymns, Prayers and Songs: An Anthology of Ancient Egyptian Lyric Poetry. Scholars Press, 1995.

Piankoff, Alexandre. Tomb of Ramesses VI: Bollingen I. University of Princeton Press, 1954.

Piankoff, Alexandre. The Shrines of Tut-Ankh-Amun: Bollingen II. University of Princeton Press, 1955.

Pinch, Geraldine. Egyptian Mythology: A Guide to the Gods, Goddesses and Traditions of Ancient Egypt. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Roberts, Alison. My Heart My Mother: Death and Rebirth in Ancient Egypt. England: Northgate Publishers, 2000.

Wilkinson, Richard H. The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt. New York: Thames and Hudson, 2003.

Willems, Harco, and Filip Coppens, Marleen De Meyer and Peter Dils. The Temple of Shanhur: Volume 1. Peeters, 2003.

Zecchi, Marco. “Osiris in the Fayyum.” Fayyum Studies: Volume 2. Sergio Pernigotti and Marco Zecchi, ed. Ante Quem and Dipartimento di Archeologia dell’Università di Bologna, 2006.
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