Egyptian Summer Solstice

We’re only celebrating once this year – there’s no Solstice event at White Rock Lake. But we’re continuing the practice of starting at noon. If you’re in the area, come out and experience it for yourself – I can promise you it’s not like any other Pagan ritual you’re going to see (unless you find yourself in a group of Kemetics… and maybe not even then).

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06208142626285495635 Robin Edgar

    Wouldn't Osiris and Isis be a more traditionally appropriate pairing?

    And what about Horus?

    Surely Horus has a role to play here. :-)

    But good on you John for the effort to do an Egyptian themed Summer Solstice ritual. I look forward to your Egyptian themed Winter Solstice ritual in which Horus definitely has a central role.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00875369837359076688 JohnFranc

    We honored Horus last year – see the pictures where Horus defeats Set for the Throne of Egypt. This year we're trying to spread the love around. Sekhmet and Ra go together in the story we're re-enacting. And Isis… well, we like Isis a lot .