One important concept within Kemetic practice is heka. For this round, we discuss what heka is and how we can utilize it in our practices.
Little People Can Change the World, Too.
You Don’t Have to be a “Big-Name Pagan” to be a Trend-Setter and Enact Greater Change in the Kemetic community.
There are times when even the best Kemetic practitioners feel inadequate.
Do you ever feel inadequate in your practice/personal devotions, and of so, why? How do you handle these feelings? Continue reading
Religious practices have a knack for changing our world view and lives. For this round, we are discussing how Kemeticism has effected the daily lives of those who practice the religion.
UPG, or Unverified Personal Gnosis, and doxa are a large part of many modern Kemetic practices. For this round, we discuss the nuances of UPG and doxa. What do these terms mean? Are there rules regarding these terms? How important is UPG and doxa in your practice, and how important should others’ UPG and doxa be in my practice?
Figuring out what role the gods play in your religious practice can be tricky! This week, we discuss the following topics related to gods:
- Do I need a main deity to practice Kemeticism? If so, how do I get a main deity?
- Am I able to say no to a deity that shows up at my shrine?
- Am I obligated to learn everything I can about my main deity?
Everyone has dry spells in their religious practices. How do you handle the fallow times in your religious practice?
Welcome to the Kemetic Round Table (KRT) – a new blogging project aimed at providing practical, useful information for modern Kemetic religious practitioners! We recently noticed that many beginners in the Kemetic community have a lot of the same questions, and that there is currently no solid (and newbie safe) resource for newcomers to gain knowledge about getting started with the Kemetic faith and practice. To help remedy this, we decided that every few weeks, a group of Kemetic bloggers would tackle a common newcomer question and answer it as it pertains to their own personal practice. We’d then post our responses to this website – giving both seasoned practitioners and newcomers alike the opportunity to explore and discuss new methods and ideas about Kemetic practices in the modern era. Continue reading