Hermopolis prayerbook
ancientart:


Ancient Egyptian Vignette from the Book of the Dead Penmaat. Penmaat is depicted in his position as a priest of Amun, burning incense and showing the shaved head that was required for priestly purity.
Courtesy & currently located at the British Museum, London.

ancientart:

Ancient Egyptian Vignette from the Book of the Dead Penmaat. Penmaat is depicted in his position as a priest of Amun, burning incense and showing the shaved head that was required for priestly purity.

Courtesy & currently located at the British Museum, London.

mertseger:

Reproduction of Neferirnub Book of the Dead.
"The vignette is a judgment scene, in which the deceased lady Neferirnub is introduced by the Two Maats into the presence of the judge, Osiris. The "big dog" is the monster Ammit."

mertseger:

Reproduction of Neferirnub Book of the Dead.

"The vignette is a judgment scene, in which the deceased lady Neferirnub is introduced by the Two Maats into the presence of the judge, Osiris. The "big dog" is the monster Ammit."

sacred-circle:

Papyrus of Dama Heroub Egypt, 21st Dynasty

sacred-circle:

Papyrus of Dama Heroub Egypt, 21st Dynasty

sadighgallery:

Ancient Egyptian stucco over linen cartonnage fragment. On the surface, Isis wearing a crown with a cobra, hieroglyphs, an Eye of Horus, a cartouche and various other Egyptian symbols. Traces of yellow, red and black paint. New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty.

sadighgallery:

Ancient Egyptian stucco over linen cartonnage fragment. On the surface, Isis wearing a crown with a cobra, hieroglyphs, an Eye of Horus, a cartouche and various other Egyptian symbols. Traces of yellow, red and black paint. New Kingdom, 20th Dynasty.

On a cruise ship “Princess Anastasia”, heading to Helsinki…
Hope for good weekend. *Hugs to followers*

hierogloss:

Projet d’index global des inscriptions des temples de Karnak.
This is an amazing site: It allows you to browse a map of the temples at Karnak, and zoom it to view close-up photos of individual inscriptions. Typset hieroglyphs and transliterations are provided.
No need to speak French to use this site.

hierogloss:

Projet d’index global des inscriptions des temples de Karnak.

This is an amazing site: It allows you to browse a map of the temples at Karnak, and zoom it to view close-up photos of individual inscriptions. Typset hieroglyphs and transliterations are provided.

No need to speak French to use this site.

dwellerinthelibrary:

The coffin lid of Djeddjehutyiuefankh, fourth prophet of Amun at Karnak during the time of pharaoh Osorkon II, at the Ashmolean Museum.

dwellerinthelibrary:

The coffin lid of Djeddjehutyiuefankh, fourth prophet of Amun at Karnak during the time of pharaoh Osorkon II, at the Ashmolean Museum.

heeeeey, Beaklings…

satsekhem:

rachelmuldrake:

Anyone have a few praise/prayer type things for Djehuty? I’m planning on giving him an offering this weekend because of reasons.

(Yes, I’m giving him chai. A large mug of it. No, you don’t understand how large this mug is. I will post pictures.)

I would reach out to satdeshret.

I make offerings every day and make larger formal ritual every full moon.
However, this weekend I will be in Baltic Sea cruise, so I may only say prayer and share with him chai :-)

If you need prayers, ritual texts and invocations… to read or use for inspiration… then ask me for links. I have many. Including hieroglyphics for some of AE hymns :-)

My Internet access will be sporadical, but I hope to find places with Wi-fi during travel.

The Egyptians’ gods were ever present - and not only as passive deities called to action by the prayers of their devotees. On the contrary, the Egyptians believed that their gods were active players who could - and did - interfere with affairs of daily life at any time.
Pg. 104, Religion and Ritual in Ancient Egypt, Emily Teeter (via igamuinacra-merenptah)
Scent

artsy-witch:

satsekhem:

satbast:

What have others found as far as scents they’ve noticed that seem related to any Kemetic deities?

Hetheru - roses, lilies, sandalwood, acacia, frankincense.

Sekhmet - spicy scents; scents that make your nose take notice immediately; roses, sandalwood, frankincense.

Djehuty: Frankincense, Coffee (he loves coffee), and citrus-y scents like orange. He also seems to respond well to my Eucalyptus incense.

Yes, the frankincense, and also a mix of frankincense and myrrh, seems that he likes these scents a lot.
I’ve been told he also likes kyphi.

Dionysos finds his Maenads among women who can’t stand any longer being locked into the domestic enclosure. They become wild women who break their chains in order to follow Dionysos the Liberator.
Ginette Paris, Pagan Grace: Dionysus, Hermes, and Goddess Memory In Daily Life (via twistedingenue)
regarding my prince of egypt question

daggeroftherose:

I wanted to apologize. I was quick to ask cause I was excited about “omg my first discussion and didn’t do any research beforehand.

I thought it was an interesting idea for a discussion. in the end it was stupid.

I apologize.

There was nothing stupid IMHO… it was interesting topic to talk about! What suddenly made you uncomfortable?..

dwellerinthelibrary:

The tomb of Ramesses VI. At top: the Book of the Day and the Book of the Night, and beneath them, the Book of the Earth.

dwellerinthelibrary:

The tomb of Ramesses VI. At top: the Book of the Day and the Book of the Night, and beneath them, the Book of the Earth.

visitheworld:

Pillars at the Temple of Khnum in Esna, Egypt (by Brian Ritchie).

visitheworld:

Pillars at the Temple of Khnum in Esna, Egypt (by Brian Ritchie).