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.
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.
This is what Egypt foretells
For this year
To end all years
One must begin anew
You must begin where you stand
Where you are,
For where else can you move from?
You must move from where you are.
You have had trials this year.
Some you failed, some you triumphed.
Loss and grief still cloud your way
And so does the disturber,
The peace you seek cannot come from another
It must be cultivated from inside.
You must be what you seek.
And trust in your gods and yourself
To work to make your dreams come true.
Write, dear child.
Let Seshat help you.
Let Nebet Het help you.
Let Wesir help you.
And Let Aset and Wepwawet show you the way.
Here is the new cover of my book made by Andrew Meit!
Here is the page about the book: Sun, Star and Desert Sand
Joan Lansberry mentioned my book: Lord of Strength and Power: Ancient Hymns for Wepwawet in one of her blog posts! She matched up one of the hymns to the hieroglyphs.
Here is the blog post: Tasting Life Twice: Matching Up the Glyphs