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  • What Kind of Kemetic Are You?

    Okay, so I know we already have one of these, but there's been some path-shifting within this forum, and lots of new people rolling through, so I'm going to take the initiative and start a new poll. What kind of Kemetic are you?

    I am Kemetic Orthodox.
    Kemetic Reconstructionist (Solitary)
    Kemetic Reconstructionist (Temple-Affiliated)
    Kemetic Orthodox
    Tameran/Egyptian Wiccan
    Other Kemetic
    Wepwawet & Sekhmet-Mut
    { Bast & Nut & Khonsu }

  • #2
    tameran wiccan definitely
    Let us be silent that we may hear the whispers of the gods. - Ralph Waldo Emerson


    • #3
      Great idea. I voted Tameran/Egyptian Wiccan now.

      Plus I replaced the old sticky with this one. Time for a new round of votes to see where everyone is at in their path.

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      • #4
        tameran yes, wiccan no. I am specifically a Druid, who choses to follow the gods through the Egyptian gods/goddess.
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        • #5
          I'm Kemetic Orthodox.
          Djehutyzebetj - "Djehuty's mirth"
          Daughter of Djehuty, Beloved of Hethert-Sekhmet


          • #6
            I was named in the House of Netjer, but I haven't felt a part of the temple for a long time. Both of my Fathers are wanderers, so I suppose it's not much of a surprise that Their daughter wanders, too.
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            • #7
              I voted "Other" because the only option that sounded right... wasn't lol.

              I read/study Kametian, Cannonite (Jewish) texts. I don't think there's an exact name for what I practice although when asked I usually respond "Hermetic Kabbalist".

              Following my path where it had lead. For those still wanting a chart interpretation you can go here.


              • #8
                Kemetic Orthodox

                Sat Set her Djehuty, Meryt Ra her Heru-wer

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                • #9
                  My path is so eclectic that I don't think any lable applies exactly, but at this point it is probably closer to Tameran Wicca than anything else.
                  😈 "It's too bad that stupidity isn't painful." Anton LaVey 😈


                  • #10
                    I'm an Estonian/Siberian Shamanic Pagan/Witch/Healer with Egyptian leanings. I also incorporate deities, beliefs/ideas from Scandinavian/Norse, Greek or any other Pantheon. I'm just Ecclectic I guess, lol.


                    • #11
                      I'm Kemetic Orthodox.


                      • #12
                        I put other. I don't follow the kemetic orthodoxy, and I'm not wiccan. I'm just a witch blessed to be guided by the Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.

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                        • #13
                          Nice, I get to try and define my path for the first time.
                          Lets give it a go!

                          I am a Dianic Tamerian Wiccan, who also incorporates Asian (Buddhistic) ideas and Universalism.

                          I have no idea how perfectly correct and spesified that just got, but it is a start! Lol. So I am an ecclectic, but one with a thought path forward into something of my own.
                          "... Suspect I may, yet not directly tell:
                          For being both to me, both to each friend,
                          I guess one angel in another's hell;
                          The truth I shall not know, but live in doubt,
                          Till my bad angel fire my good one out..."



                          • #14
                            Tameran is closest.


                            • #15
                              This is somewhat of a blurry issue for me, because I would consider myself "Kemetic" in the sense that my religious beliefs are strongly rooted in Egyptian paganism. Yet, my system is Setianism, and from what I understand, some people do not consider Setians to be Kemetic. I have seen this objection come from both sides, actually. Many Setians do not seem to care for the word Kemetic very much, but some apparently do. So, though I recognize that some folks here may not include Setianism in the list of Kemetic faiths, I picked "Other Kemetic."
                              My God is a real Ass; He butchered the Dying-and-Rising Lord, He stole the Eye from the Hawk, He sires the Children of Rebellion, and He lusts after God and Goddess alike. Every green and growing thing shrivels into dust at His touch; every convention is violated by the seed of His loins. He brings drought and infertility to the land, and He has no respect for the crook or the flail. Yet without Him, the slave would never break free from his bondage, the evil serpent would devour the sun, and the future would never come to pass.

                              The song of the tempest is His name.