Hymn to Thoth and the Rising of Alphekka

The Cairo Calendar is a 19th Dynasty Egyptian almanac and horoscope calendar that lists feasts, mythological events, favorable or adverse days, forecasts, and warnings. It includes over 40 references to the "going forth" of deities. According to researcher Patricia Hardy, dates of the "going forth" coincide with astronomical events, the movements of stars and constellations. … Continue reading Hymn to Thoth and the Rising of Alphekka

The Great Cat Deities

Probably the most well known Egyptian cat deity is Bastet (Bast) however there are also a number of other ancient Egyptian gods who were associated with cats. The goddess Neith was said to take the form of a cat occasionally and the goddesses Tefnut and Sekhmet were pictured as lions. An inscription in the Valley … Continue reading The Great Cat Deities

The Blue Lotus and Nefertem

The ancient Egyptians regarded the blue lotus (or blue water lily) as a symbol of creation. In ancient Egyptian mythology, the blue lotus was the first object to emerge out of chaos. It was associated with the sun god, Re, due to the way that it would rise out of the water over a short … Continue reading The Blue Lotus and Nefertem

The Goddess Neith, Spinner of Destiny

The Ancient Egyptians worshipped the primordial creator Goddess Neith, the spinner and weaver of destiny, who was associated with the spider. She was often depicted with a weaving shuttle in her hand, or a bow and arrows, demonstrating her hunting abilities. As the goddess of creation and weaving, she was said to re-weave the world … Continue reading The Goddess Neith, Spinner of Destiny

In Honor of Nekhbet, the Vulture Goddess

"Homage to you Mistress of the mouth of the two valleys, Mistress of the sky." Nekhbet is the Ancient Egyptian vulture goddess of Upper Egypt. Her name means “she of Nekheb” which is based on the Upper Egypt city  (modern day El Kab) where her temple complex was located. Nekhbet's shrine in this temple complex … Continue reading In Honor of Nekhbet, the Vulture Goddess

In Honor of Ra, Amun-Ra, the Sun God

From the Papyrus Leiden I 350 Stanza VI The Gifts of the Creatures to God

Hymn to Geb, God of the Earth

To Geb, Great One who is of the earth, We offer our praise First-born of Tefnut and storm-shunning Shu, Beloved of Nut of the star-strewn sky, O Geb who lies far beneath heaven’s vault, Kept ever apart from your dark-cloaked love By the strength of your sire, Shu the lord of the air Such is … Continue reading Hymn to Geb, God of the Earth

Prayer to Nut, the Sky Goddess

O Great One who became Sky, You are Strong, you are Mighty. Every place is filled with Your Beauty. The whole world lies beneath you. You possess it! As you enfold the whole Earth and all things in Your arms, enfold me too. Make me an Indestructible Star in your Body. Utterance 432 - the … Continue reading Prayer to Nut, the Sky Goddess

Prayer to Anubis in Honor of our Beloved Magus

O, Anubis! Mighty Anubis! Michael Angelo has entered the gates to your realm, And we ask that you deem him worthy. His spirit is a brave one, And his soul is an honorable one. O, Anubis! Mighty Anubis! As you take his measure, And weigh his heart as he stands before you, Know that he … Continue reading Prayer to Anubis in Honor of our Beloved Magus

Prayer of Thanks to Goddess Bast

Lady Bast beloved of the Gods (Mau Bast Merit Netcheru) we call to you Mighty Lady of the East, Right eye of Ra. Thank you Beloved daughter of Ra for the blessings you bestow on all of us everyday. Thank you for your love, most Powerful Mother. Thank you for the Peace and Protection you … Continue reading Prayer of Thanks to Goddess Bast