Andjety - Patron God of Andjet. Andjety (Anezti, Anedjti) simply means "he who is of Andjet" - the place of the Djed (Busiris in the ninth nome of Lower Egypt) is the Patron God of Andjet and a God of the afterlife and underworld. It is thought that he was a historical ruler of the ancient Egyptian … Continue reading Andjety- God of the Afterlife
God Talk Speaking with the Gods When I was just a kid, I remember my Grandma keeping various candles about the house that she used for different purposes. One was in the shape of a five-pointed star and was green. This was her money candle. These early memories must have influenced me because I've always … Continue reading Beginner to Advanced Techniques for speaking with Deities
Amun - God of Winds. Amun (Imn, Amon, Amen) is the patron God of Thebes, a god of the wind and King of the Gods. Initially a local God of Thebes, with Amaunet he represented the primordial concept or element of air or invisibility. Later he was to become the Patron God of Thebes, replacing … Continue reading Amun “God of Wind”
Ammit or Ammut, meaning “Devourer of the Dead” or just “devourer”, was a Goddess (for some), and/or an helper in the Duat, for others, as I mentioned. Whether you see it as a Goddess or as a helper in the Duat, or as both, this is for YOU. Ammit is the personification of the divine … Continue reading Ammit, “Devourer of the Dead”
Beautifully done and makes me yern for summer to come so I too can join in the hunt and run amonst the trees of the wood.
I had recieved an email from one of my yahoo group members that I had been asking when I too first started to practice. Feeling that this would help those of you reading my blog answer some of these questions if not get you to ponder it yourself. It read: MM everybody! I have a … Continue reading Do Dieties exhist?