About Kemetic Orthodoxy....
Ancient Egyptian religion lives again within the Kemetic Orthodox Faith, a
current-day practice of the traditional religion of Kemet (known today as
Egypt). With Netjer's help and blessing, this most ancient tradition is
honored anew by people in Egypt and beyond, returning the principles of
Ma'at to a new world.
On the official Kemetic Orthodoxy website, you will find information on ancient and
modern practices of ancient Egyptian religion, links to Kemetic Orthodox
temples, shrines and devotees.
You will also find a wealth of information on
ancient Egyptian spirituality, culture and philosophy, mythology and archaeology. Join us in our
read up on Kemet, or
link to other Egyptological and
Inspirational! Daily Devotions!
Next Beginners Group! - Em hotep! The House of Netjer will be hosting its next introductory beginner's group shortly. There is no cost or obligation to attend -- whether you wish to study our faith in depth or merely wish a good introduction, this is the opportunity for you. To apply for the next group, you may find the form at: http://www.kemet.org/apply.html. The next group is scheduled to begin on or about January 25, 2013.
Friday, December 28 2012
Prayerbook website - The Ancient Egyptian Prayerbook, a collection of 110 prayers, hymns and hekau (magic incantations) written by our spiritual leader, the Egyptologist and Nisut Rev. Tamara L. Siuda, (AUS), is available on its own website at egyptianprayers.com. Information on ordering and dates for upcoming booksignings and lectures is also available.
Monday, August 21 2006
Book Release - Em hotep! The House of Netjer is proud to announce the next publication from the Imhotep Kemetic Orthodox Seminary has been released. The first in a series about the ancient Gods, Lady of the House discusses the history and lore of the Goddess Nebet-Het (Greek: Nephthys). You can view the new book here at the Seminary.
Monday, December 20 2004
Publication Released! - The Imhotep Kemetic Orthodox Seminary is proud to announce the unveiling of its first publication: The 42 Purifications translated by the Egyptologist, the Nisut Tamara L. Siuda (AUS). Information can be found here.
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