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Scar of Kemet By LaVita Ru.
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Scar of Kemet is a drama; it's a love story; it's a journey- it's about what happens when you investigate, to seek out the truth about the treasures buried deep within those internal voids, and... More > discern you are not just the average girl or boy squandering through life anymore. The main characters in Scar of Kemet evolved to discern that they each had past-lives as other people; and therefore, some serious energy going on accompanied by unfinished business to take care of from a prophesy in their ancient pasts. A lot was depending on their success or failure. Before things began to unfold for them they all were leading pretty normal lives- at least they thought they were normal.< Less
Year of Aset: Lady of Heka By House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple
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A collection of art, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction in honor of the great goddess Aset (Isis in Greek), created in Her honor for the Kemetic Orthodox Year of Aset (August 2014-August 2015). A... More > fundraising volume for the Kemetic Orthodox House of Netjer.< Less
The Bennu #2 By House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple
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The second volume of The Bennu, the House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple's annual literary magazine, containing original artworks, stories, poems, hymns, prayers, and rituals for the gods and... More > goddesses of Ancient Egypt.< Less
The Bennu #2 - Ebook By House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple
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The second volume of The Bennu, the House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple's annual literary magazine, containing original artworks, stories, poems, hymns, prayers, and rituals for the gods and... More > goddesses of Ancient Egypt.< Less
Strongest of the Gods By House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple
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A commemorative volume for the House of Netjer's first annual “Red Week” celebration, containing original artworks, stories, poems, hymns, prayers, and rituals for Set (also known as Seth... More > or Sutekh), one of Ancient Egypt's most well-known gods of strength, storms, and change.< Less
A Journal of Wings By House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple
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A commemorative volume for the House of Netjer's first annual "Wing Fest" celebration, containing original artworks, stories, poems, hymns, prayers, and rituals for the winged gods and... More > goddesses of Ancient Egypt.< Less
In Honor of the Queen By House of Netjer Kemetic Orthodox Temple
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A commemorative volume for the House of Netjer's first annual "Queen Week" celebration, containing original artworks, stories, poems, hymns, prayers, and translations for the royal... More > goddesses of Ancient Egypt.< Less
The Divine Women of Ancient Kemet By Faheem Judah-El D.D.
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Divine women of ancient Kemet such as (Queen/Empress) Hemet Tiye, Nefertiti, Nefertari, Ahmose Nefertari, and Hatshepsut are well-known Kemetian Empresses today, but few people are familiar with... More > Empresses such as Sobekneferu or Tausret. More than a dozen women may have ruled Kemet after the founding of the first dynasty; and while there are numerous works written about a few famous Empresses there is no single work highlighting the lives of Empresses, Princesses, and Netjerts (Divinities) as a group in ancient Kemet.< Less
The Divine Women of Ancient Kemet By Faheem Judah-El D.D.
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INTRODUCTION Divine women of ancient Kemet such as (Queen/Empress) Hemet Tiye, Nefertiti, Nefertari, Ahmose Nefertari, and Hatshepsut are well-known Kemetian Empresses today, but few people are... More > familiar with Empresses such as Sobekneferu or Tausret. More than a dozen women may have ruled Kemet after the founding of the first dynasty; and while there are numerous works written about a few famous Empresses there is no single work highlighting the lives of Empresses, Princesses, and Netjerts (Divinities) as a group in ancient Kemet. Question: why did some of the Queens or Empresses become Pharoahs? Answer: despite the lack of research, Egyptologists still perpetuate the belief that women have only ruled Kemet and Kush at the end of dynasties due to the lack of a male heir, in an attempt to preserve the domination of the ruling family or dying bloodline, and this is just not true. This belief is the result of foreign scholarship not overstanding how female rule worked in ancient Kemet.< Less
Scar of Kemet: Yashibet's Tomb By LaVita Ru.
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Scar of Kemet is a drama; it's a love story; it's a journey- it's about what happens when you investigate, to seek out the truth about the treasures buried deep within those internal voids, and... More > discern you are not just the average girl or boy squandering through life anymore. The main characters in Scar of Kemet evolved to discern that they each had past-lives as other people; and therefore, some serious energy going on accompanied by unfinished business to take care of from a prophesy in their ancient pasts. A lot was depending on their success or failure. Before things began to unfold for them they all were leading pretty normal lives- at least they thought they were normal.< Less

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