By Ellen Cannon Reed
The writer exhibits how she, her coven, and her buddies, have come to grasp the deities of historic Egypt, and the way those Gods and Goddesses have enriched their lives. incorporated are meditations and methods to aid the readers deliver these deities into their very own lives. additionally incorporated are songs for the deities, rituals, info on hieroglyphs, new different types of divination, names, incenses, oils, info and recipes for an old Egyptian dinner party, assets for statuary and different goods, or even the simplest websites to go to at the world-wide-web. directions at the production of a wand, nemyss, kilt, and sistrum are incorporated. This ebook doesn't faux to recreate the faith of historic Egypt, yet fairly to carry wisdom and worship of its deities into smooth Pagan perform. Readers may have the instruments to continue to learn and constructing their very own tools of honoring the Gods and Goddesses of Tamera, the cherished Land of the traditional Egyptians.
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Nebet Het came, and her son, Anpu, and Nut, Mother of the Gods. Wife, sister, son, and mother gathered together to perform a rite that was to be reenacted through all the ages of the beloved land. Gently, they assembled the body of Asar. With the sweetest of herbs, the most fragrant of spices, they perfumed it; in the finest of linen, they wrapped their Lord. Then Aset and Nebet Het stood, one at the foot and one at the head of Asar, they called to their brother. Come back, come back, O beautiful boy.
I suggest another possibility, the African swallow-tailed kite, a relative of the hawk. Like the hawk and the vulture, the kite is a captor, possessing talons that grab and hold. I can hear you now, “Sweet lovely Aset, symbolized by a predator? ” I can, and do. First, let me remind you that we are the animal kingdom’s most voracious predators, and have no room to criticize others. Second, all life feeds off other life. The bird of prey hunts down its food and kills it. So does a swallow, although its prey is usually an insect, so to some, that makes it all right.
We reminded all present that those who cross over go to the arms of the Lord and Lady. We gave her three stones and suggested that, whenever her time came, she try to have them near her. The first was an apache tear, for Anpu, the Guide. The second was a lapis lazuli for Asar. The third was an azurite/malachite for Isis. Each of us took a little of her pain, and gave back peace and healing. Then I called our Osiris priestess and put her hand in Barbara’s, telling Barbara to remember the feeling of that hand and to look for this priestess’s beautiful face when the time came.
Circle of Isis: Ancient Egyptian Magic for Modern Witches by Ellen Cannon Reed