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Egyptian Paganism for Beginners is unique in its focus on specific rituals for individual gods and goddesses. For solitary practitioners who want to perform daily devotions, it offers genuine invocations and prayers for each of the ...
Egyptian Paganism for Beginners is unique in its focus on specific rituals for individual gods and goddesses. For solitary practitioners who want to perform daily devotions, it offers genuine invocations and prayers for each of the main Egyptian deities. There are translations of authentic religious texts, along with insightful commentary on relevant Egyptian history, myth, and lore.
Also included in this comprehensive guidebook are practical instructions on how to cast a circle, make a shrine, consecrate statues, and channel oracles. The reader will learn how to safely evoke entities, invoke deities, and "assume the Godform"-a major tenet of ancient Egyptian religion.
|Chapter 1||Concepts of God||3|
|Chapter 2||Ka, Sekhem, and the Heavenly Kine||9|
|Chapter 3||Casting a Magic Circle||15|
|Chapter 4||Making a Shrine||23|
|Chapter 5||Invoking the Neteru||35|
|Chapter 6||Totem Animals||39|
|Chapter 7||Egyptian Magic||43|
|Chapter 8||Assumption of the Godform||51|
|Part II||A Note on the Sacred Texts||63|
|8||Sekhmet and Bast||127|
|17||Horus the Elder||225|
|Conclusion: What to do Next||255|
Posted June 9, 2009
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