| To Whom it Concerns:
If you see this, I unblocked you. I'm sorry I did in the first place.
What I Will and Won't Do For You:
I don't cast spells for strangers with circumstances I don't know or don't agree with. However if you give me a request for prayers to be said in your honor or for your circumstances I'd be more than happy to take it before my deities.
I am Kemetic Orthodox, and a Kemetic practitioner and revivalist. This means, quite simply, that I follow Kemetic Orthodoxy and that I study and practice as the ancient people of Kemet did. Kemet, or "the Black Land" or "the Black Soil", is simply the ancient Egyptian word for the land of the Nile; what was Egypt in ancient times. Deshret, or "the Red Land" or "the Red Soil" stands in contrast to what was ancient Egypt, and often formed their borders with other countries.
I am a Shemsu-Ankh within the Kemetic Orthodoxy, and always willing to answer any questions on it that I can. I do reserve the right to refer you to House of Netjer's various links.
My Shemsu name is Ra'awyserqet. My name is pronounced Ruh OW wee sair KETT. This is my Shemsu name, the name given to me by my (spiritual) Mother via Hekatawy | (aus). I also recognize Hemet (aus) or Hekatawy (aus) as my Mother and Father. (It's a Nisut thing.)
Sat Serqet-Aset her Hekatawy | (aus), meryt Sekhmet-Mut her Yinepu-Wepwawet.
I have practiced magic for over a decade now, heka for the last several years although my knowledge of it is always growing. I generally refer to my "magical" practices as heka now, as I always use at least one concept of heka. The heka I do is aligned with my religious/spiritual affiliations, as in Kemet there was no separation of temple and practice.
I am experienced in chaos magic, channeling (to a degree), sigils, seals,divination (to varying degrees based on the specific system), invocation, evocation, heka (to a degree), and several other things I've forgotten at the moment. I am currently studying into the ancient Egyptian priesthood.
Dont ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive . ~Howard Thruman
Every day the choice is presented to us, to live up to the spirit that is in us, or deny it. ~Henry Miller
When you're drowning, you don't say 'I would be incredibly pleased if someone would have the foresight to notice me drowning and come and help me,' you just scream. ~John Lennon
No matter how harsh or how hard things might seem, it's all done out of love. ~ Serqet