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Server issues?

Jul. 31st, 2009 | 10:14 am
posted by: witchchild in houseofnetjer

Does anyone know what's going on with netjer.org? I can't get to it this morning. I could before 7am EDT. Kemet.org is down for me as well.

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Merging Wep and Anubis

May. 3rd, 2008 | 06:08 pm
posted by: jayed in houseofnetjer

Afternoon all.

I am looking evidence of the merging of Wep and Anubis. I know HoN believes and teaches that this took place, which is why I am asking here..:)

Reason I am asking is for my dissertation. I am in the 4th (and final) year of an Egyptology diploma and my dissertation is called 'The evolution of Canine deities from Pre-dynastic Egypt to Greco-Roman Egypt'. Its a project of love for me, as a follower of Anubis I *had* to do that and I felt that it would help me understand my faith and the Netjer more..

So some 50 books and numerous journals later (I kid you not, I am now an expert on Canine gods), I am still to find evidence that Wep merged into Anubis and when. Now I see shared titles, but its also confusing since in the Book of Going Forth by Day (Ani's) it has Anubis as the 'Opener of the Ways', BUT also lists Wep as a separate Netjer totaly (though with a black head). This is the 19th Dynasty, I can also find reference to separate temples of Anubis and Wep in the 20th Dynasty.

Other than that, Budge does say that Anubis and Wep are 'twined' Gods, but that Anubis the Summer Solistce and Wep is the Winter, Anubis the North and Wep the South.

The HoN page on Wep says Over time, Wepwawet's form and functions were absorbed by another jackal-Netjer, Yinepu, who became "Opener of the Ways" when His own titles including Khenty-amentiu ("Foremost of the Westerners") passed to Wesir as premier patron of the deceased. . But I know that Wesir took the title Foremost of the Westerners in about the 5th Dynasty, but Wep was still getting mentioned on his own and his own temple in the 20th Dynasty.

So, does anyone have any references which can back up HoN's statement. You would be helping me greatly and stop me going mad so close to the end:)

Thanks!:)

Victoria

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purity question

Apr. 17th, 2008 | 09:44 am
music: pearl jam: come back
posted by: witchchild in houseofnetjer

I'm seriously considering getting a tattoo for my birthday this year. The thing is, my birthday falls right before Wep Ronpet and I'm not sure about the length of time I may need to heal so I'm considered pure for everything. Do any of you know?

Thanks and senebty.

-Zat

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Deleting this livejournal

Nov. 14th, 2007 | 09:54 am
posted by: herupaneb in houseofnetjer

Just wanted to give fair warning, I will be deleting this journal soon. You can keep up with my exploits by going to my new blog Voicing Over the White Noise: My Personal Blog

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What next?

Nov. 6th, 2007 | 02:59 pm
posted by: witchchild in houseofnetjer

I'd post this on the House boards but I am not sure where to post or what to search for.

I've had RPD, I've been Named, I do senut about once a week... what now? I'm a fair neophyte when it comes to knowledge of Kemet (though my Beloved, Seshat, is encouraging me to work on that part) and I have a long way to go, what really does happen now? Like I said, I am working on learning, getting to know my Dad better, interacting with the community, but I feel like there may be something else I am missing in this equation.

Senebty,
Zat

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Nekhtet & Congrats to the Newly Divined!

Mar. 4th, 2007 | 12:16 pm
mood: chipperchipper
posted by: taysatwesir in houseofnetjer

1. Deb S. of Canada is a daughter of Yinepu-Wepwawet, beloved of Sekhmet-Mut, and is also a Shemsu.

2. Jacque D. of Iowa is a daughter of Heruakhety and beloved of Ptah-Sokar, and is also a Shemsu.

3. Liane L. of Canada is a daughter of Hethert-Sekhmet and Heru-sa-Aset, beloved of Set. She has also decided to become a Shemsu.

4. Cristina R. of Illinois is a daughter of Hethert-Mut, beloved of Nut and Nit-Nebthet-Seshat. She is also a Shemsu.

5. Dani H. of New Jersey (Seshetmaat on the boards) is a daughter of Wepwawet-Yinepu and Sekhmet-Mut, beloved of Bast and Nut, as well as a Shemsu.

6. Kate K. of Pennsylvania is a daughter of Bast-Mut, beloved of Sekhmet-Hethert and Yinepu-Wepwawet, and has also decided to become a Shemsu.

7. Will C. of Tennessee is a son of Yinepu-Wepwawet, beloved of Sekhmet-Hethert and Set, and has also decided to become a Shemsu.

8. Dani H. of Ohio (Meirya on the boards) is a daughter of Wepwawet-Yinepu, beloved of Bast-Mut. She is a Divined Remetj.

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Jun. 28th, 2006 | 04:12 pm
posted by: maiem in houseofnetjer

Since there isn't a list up on the boards yet...

Who's going to retreat?!


::wishes for August::

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Need Some Help, Please

May. 8th, 2006 | 10:02 am
mood: melancholymelancholy
posted by: imateninpu in houseofnetjer

I need some ideas/suggestions/advice.

How can I mourn Kemetic-ally at a modern Christian-based funeral? I'd like to observe Kemetic mourning traditions at my great aunt's funeral, but I don't want to be too offensive to the largely Christian family members.

Does anyone have any ideas? Or can anyone point me to a book or web page where I can get some ideas?

I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks.

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Divined! :D

Apr. 18th, 2006 | 02:59 pm
mood: ecstaticecstatic
posted by: electro_girl in houseofnetjer

So the e-mail has been sent out, and I've posted on the forums.. but I feel like shouting it from everyplace possible! I was divined today, and I am a daughter of Heru-sa-Aset, and beloved of Shu, Ra, and Nut! All this sky makes me feel like flying away! :D

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