Welcome to the home of Kemetic Orthodoxy!

Ancient Egyptian religion lives again within the Kemetic Orthodox Religion, a current-day practice of the traditional spirituality of Kemet (known today as Egypt). With Netjer's help and blessing, this most ancient tradition is honored anew by people all around the globe, returning the principles of Ma'at to a new world.

Read an Introduction here

Latest News

March 2017 financial information has been posted on the financials page. We changed the way the types of income are recorded and have added graphs and charts showing the make up and relative quantities of the donations. This year's totals can be found here and the charts are located here.

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Em hotep!

Our financials for February are now available here. The layout of the report has also been updated to show the entire year. This makes it easier to see how our donation income affects our finances from month to month.

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Our financial report for January is now available here.

We are currently expecting large expenses in the early part of February as our final cleaning and packing trip to Tawy takes place. For a full list of the ways you can help us reach our monthly fundraising goal, please visit our fundraiser website. Thank you for all your generosity and continued support!


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We have changed the process around maintaining our financial information. Starting with a summary of 2016, the financial statements are intended to be posted monthly. This will help us stay aware of how much it really costs to run the House of Netjer and why we need to move to sell Tawy as soon as possible. See the information here: http://www.kemet.org/finances. Thank you for your patience.

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Em hotep to the children of Netjer!

You may have noticed that both kemet.org and netjer.org have a little "donation tracker" widget on their home pages, and some other pages.

Each month, we need money to operate. Nothing that the House of Netjer does is free, with the exception of the time and effort donated by our priesthood and membership who help keep things running. This is also not "free": it's just unpaid volunteer work. It costs each one of those lovely people in time and effort, and sometimes money, to occur.

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