Many times a religious practice will change over the years. For this round, Kemetics discuss the ways in which their practice has shifted and grown throughout the years.
Priests were a large part of the Egyptian religious structure in antiquity. For this round, Kemetics discuss what role priests may play in the modern era.
Sometimes your religious practice can take a turn that you weren’t expecting. For this round, practitioners discuss how they handle religious curve balls.
Figuring out how to work with heka can be challenging. For this round, practitioners discuss how they work with heka, and give advice on how others can, too.
There are many things people enjoy about their religious practice. For this round, we discuss the highlights of Kemeticism and how it has enriched our lives.
What parts of Kemeticism do you enjoy the most? How has Kemeticism enriched your life?
Many religions have ideas about what happens after you die. For this round Kemetic practitioners discuss the ancients’ views on the afterlife, as well as modern interpretations of what happens beyond the grave.
It can be challenging to practice a religion that originates from another language. For this round, we discuss how language influences our practice.
Ma’at, and it’s opposite isfet, are central concepts in the Kemetic religion. For this round, we discuss how these concepts play a role in our practices.
Many Kemetics include ancestor veneration into their practice. For this round, we discuss how ancestors may or may not play a role in your Kemetic practice.
Everyone hears quite a bit about communicating with the deities… but just how does everyone go about it?