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Anyone here practicing Kemeticism or Tameran?

 
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Meritsekhmet
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PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2004 8:00 am    Post subject: Anyone here practicing Kemeticism or Tameran? Reply with quote

Hey, I'm not sure if this is the right area...it seems close enough, being that it is dealing with the Netjer. I was wondering if anyone here practices Kemeticism or Tameran. For those not familar- Kameticism- Reconstructionalist Ancient Kemetic religion...and Tameran- modern Wicca with Kemetic. I myself am starting on the Kemetic path (after 5 years of learning about wiccan and such, I knew this was the path of me) so if there are anyone others, I'd love to talk Smile
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PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2004 1:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I practice Kemetic Reconstructionism. I used to practice "Wicca," but not of the Tameran variety.
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 24, 2004 7:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well... I pray to Isis, if you mean that...
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 26, 2004 10:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well kind of. I'm actually a religious independent...hehe...I'm such a loser, using a term I learned in AP government...ahem, but that's besides the point. If you mean do I believe in the Netjer then yes. But I really don't care to be part of an established religion. I'd rather make up my own.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 02, 2004 8:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am trying to follow the religion as much as i can but it is extremely difficult with so little actual information of much use. Does anyone know how to conduct ceremonies or anything? I would greatly appreciate any advice/instruction regarding the rites and ceremonies.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2004 5:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I thought I'd put this up:
http://s2.excoboard.com/exco/index.php?boardid=5203

It's a Recon board, they're looking for new members, and they'd like more people who are into Kemetic Recon.
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SerqSekhet
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2004 7:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the whole of the matter we all practice Kemet. If it be the gardener planting (Hathor) or an artist molding clay on his/her potters table (Khnemu) as well for the builders of our society (Ptah) and the medical profession using the Caduceus as their symbol (Thoth) are actually paying homage to one of the many names and face of Netjer or Amun/Amen/Amen-ra bla bla bla...without knowing it really.

Kemetic religion is based on the fauna that had influence the ancients as well as our modern day society. From my point of view its just that it has been reorganized as a sect now (for about 11 years, maybe a little bit longer) among other theologies, but the practices have just change names for the sake of the original people consider now-days Copts or as Christians.
www.kemet.org
www.netjer.com
These sites can answer more of your questions if you have any.

I'll just say this...societies based on Kemetic principals prosper and societies that are Islamic ruled continue to fail and be disorderly!

Those whom have awaited so long are gradually being notice. My prayers are mostly for those of the ancients known as Copts,Assyrian,Babylonians and Chaldeans whom are still in existance to this very day and consider Christians by Islamic Muslims,but have been repressed since 641 A.D. by the Nomads (Arabs/Asiatics) Hyksos/Heka-haswt (now days called Palestinians) Umayyads (Muslim) all Islamic who had nothing to begin with and are still nothing but a bother and shame Allah! There is a difference between Allah and Mohammad, those who live in harmony are following Allah (immortal). Those who participate in Jihad are of Mohammad (mortal). The desert kings in my book are nothing but the dust themselves that engulf the fertile lands that were once rich among the ancients to turn them into sand. Then again if you study magic,you'll know that all evil is banished to the desert and that is all I have to say to those who repress Kemetic ideaology.

Remember this; the Bibles foundation started with Kemet influences from where Judaism was inspired (I'm assuming) by the Amarna period. Judaism inspired Islamic mystics. Islamic inspires Wanna be's Mohammads, suicide bombers and the only good The Baha'i. And Kemet can very well be incoorperated with Christainity in this day in age. As well as faery/fairy folk can be intwined with Kemet when regarding the calander and festivals such as Lamas (Celtic) and Egyptians New year Day coinciding on the same day,which still leads back to Christianity. So more or less if you are a Christian, you have been practicing Kemet.

I would say more, but I don't know if this site is linked to an arabic website.
Confused I don't mean to be harsh towards Islam, its just that they have control of the middle east for some time now and they're still FIGHTING over there!
So don't get me wrong thinking I dislike all Muslims, just those who follow a mortal deadman named Mohammad who deserted his wife and children for solitude with God/Amun/Amen-Ra/Allah/Ali in the mountains thinking he straighten out the Hebrews version of God. That's all!

Oh by the way, I pray to Geb/Seb who made an ass of himself (that being Set). As well I'm forever saying AMEN! when in disstress as well to ending grace and prayers.

Take care Very Happy
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Psusennes I
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 27, 2004 8:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Why say 'amen'. It's Hebrew for 'let it be so'. Why don't you try this: "Seshepi embah Asir em ta en maakheru!" (May I be taken into the presence of Osiris in the land of glory!").

I do not practice this so-called Kemeticism, as it seems pretty ridiculous to me, but I really have no objections to it. I just like reading and writing hieroglyphs- that was my attempt at writing a sort of prayer. Smile
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 28, 2004 8:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Psusennes I wrote:
Why say 'amen'. It's Hebrew for 'let it be so'. Why don't you try this: "Seshepi embah Asir em ta en maakheru!" (May I be taken into the presence of Osiris in the land of glory!").
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Exactly my point Exclamation Why let it be so Exclamation You misunderstood the way I say Amen. Its usually done when in distress as Aaaaaaaa men Exclamation "Men" being the operative word here. "Men being the problem for me to be in distress in the first place Rolling Eyes
Just like many women believe that the Venus symbol to indentify women the female gender specifically is represented as to mean love,beauty and weaker. Men "society" doesn't really say its because Venus stands for adultry (which can make for very interesting reading regarding Isis who is the manifested and Nephthys being unmanifested between Osirus and Set),a trouble maker and responsible for bribes are also Venus attributes. Amen.
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Psusennes I
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 04, 2004 8:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Its usually done when in distress as Aaaaaaaa men"

I don't understand what you mean. Amen, when said at the end of prayer has nothing to do with 'men' (the male populace). It is a hebrew word. Please think as you type- I cannot understand what you are saying and I might get the wrong idea about what on earth you are talking about. Smile

And why do you keep spelling Osiris as 'Osirus'? Osiris is an Anglicisation of the Ancient Greek word Osiridos. The 'i' in Osiridos is always an iota, and never (to my limited knowledge) an upsilon. Thus it is translated as Osiris- in the same way as Isidos is translated as Isis. Perhaps you mean the Egyptian transliterations, which are far hazier. Asar, Asur, Usur, Usir, Wsir and Usir are all acceptable- all though you will probably come across variations.
I don't want to patronise you but I am finding your erratic mode of speech very hard to follow.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 05, 2004 10:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

watch it people. I'll be checking this thread veeeeeeery carefully.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2005 2:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm an eclectic Kemetic pagan, closest to Djehuty, Aset and Sebek. Pm me if you wanna chat. I follow a reconstructionist path with a few eclectic things thrown in.

senebty!

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2005 1:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IbDjehuty wrote:
I'm an eclectic Kemetic pagan, closest to Djehuty, Aset and Sebek. Pm me if you wanna chat. I follow a reconstructionist path with a few eclectic things thrown in.

senebty!

IbDjehuty


Sebec/Sobek who is in charge of Men being a dick as in a phallus representing Male dominance is whom you follow? Maybe you should study about being a Muslim if they are (Djehuty,Aset and Sobek) your following.
More I study the more I find...such as Al Amin is the nick-name for Muhammad given from his Uncle Abu Talib. Whom's teachings could be a spin off of 7 amalgam making up Menes. Considering "The Silent One" is Thoth (Moon/Sin,the magician/wisdom in writting,learning,wit,speaking and inventions) having the Moon for his emblem. Which was Aah/Aa who was in charge of the moon year. According to other references, "Arabs" are compared to "locus" who were given power as the scorpions of the earth. The question I ask you, do you think the story to a myth of the Seven Scorpions to protect Isis from Set evolved into the 7 Seveners of an Islamic sect?
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