Honoring the Neteru other than Aset

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Honoring the Neteru other than Aset

Post by SeekerOfTheFlame on 17.04.16 9:48

Just curious, does anyone here honor any of the Neteru other than Aset? Perhaps Her husband, Ausar/Osiris? Or Heru/Horus? Amon? Since reading the Asetian Bible, I've been feeling more drawn to work with the Neteru in my spiritual practices, and I'd just like anyone else has been doing the same thing.

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Post by Rhea Kaye on 17.04.16 12:59

I suspect some other occultists who study this path are also Kemetic and worship/work with many different deities. There are infinite possibilities.

Which ones are you drawn to, other than the Holy Trinity? If I might ask.
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 17.04.16 13:00

I feel the need to add, I think referring to Aset, Osiris, and Horus as the "Holy Trinity" might sound kind of weird to some. It was due to the copying of these three by Christianity... Mother Mary, Jesus, and God.
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Post by Jonathan on 17.04.16 14:36

I think many other Asetianists honor the Neteru. As seekers of the ancient path we respect the greatness of the pantheon and explore their facets and pathways fiercely.
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Post by SeekerOfTheFlame on 17.04.16 18:51

I also find myself drawn to Amun in the sense of a Gnostic First Consciousness, and Ra as almost a "face of Amun". Anubis is an interesting deity, and definitely Thoth. He was actually the first Neter I worked with.

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Post by Rhea Kaye on 17.04.16 19:41

Ammit is a rather interesting deity that I am particularly drawn to, as well as Thoth. They are all interesting to study, however. It is nice to see people talking about working with other Egyptian deities.
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Post by Minaethiel on 06.05.16 23:20

I do a lot of work with Bastet/Sekhmet Smile She made herself known to me (as Bast) when I was very young, and so I think of her as a surrogate mother. As I got older I began working with her leonine incarnation too, and then she brought me to Aset and Anubis once I was old enough to know them.

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