Allow me to reintroduce myself.
My name is Khenneferitw. I’m a Kemetic – specifically of the Orthodox flavor, but I’m experimenting with the differences between my formal practice within KO and with my personal practice. On a formal level, I am dedicated as a Shemsu to my Fathers, Ptah-Sokar and Wepwawet-Yinepu, and the my beloveds who I lovingly call my Mothers, Sekhmet-Hethert and Bast. Set, Nut, and Amunet might also appear on this blog as I would like to figure out what our relationships are throughout this calendar year.
I previously ran a blog here, but decided that I wanted to re-brand myself for the new year, in addition to having undergone the initiatory rite of parent divination and Shemsu naming ceremony of Kemetic Orthodoxy since creating the previous blog. Full disclosure, I am young and have a lot to learn about life. You might see that reflected in my posts. Try not to think so harshly of me. If you want more serious Kemetic bloggers who have more knowledge of what they’re talking about, check out Devo, Helms, and SatSekhem, all of whom I consider my elders in the Kemetic interfaith community. Also recommended are Raheriwesir, Shefytbast, and Sobeqsenu – three magnificent bloggers from Kemetic Orthodoxy’s priesthood. You can also find me on Tumblr and Twitter. Both sites need some revamping as they have been lying dormant for some time. But hey, new calendar year, might as well clean things up.
Oh, and this year I will be participating in the Pagan Blog Project, even though there will be late posts.
Wishing you a joyous 2013,