Tag: Anubis

GMC: Anubis, Opener of the Way

Anubis is the canid Egyptian God of the dead. He protected the pieces of Osiris’ body while Isis collected them, so that He could eventually be resurrected. He oversees mummification and so is associated with immortality. His center of worship was in uten-ha/Sa-ka/, which the Greeks simply called Cynopolis, “Dog City”. His worship alongside Isis…

June God of the Month Club

Won’t be posting for it till next week, but in case anyone is curious, June’s Gods of the Month are Yinepu/Anubis. Wepwawet, and Odin. It’s interesting that Anubis and Wepwawet showed up the same month. I’m not choosing these, I shuffle the deck thoroughly every time. It’s completely random. Odin is also the second Norse…

Greco-Egyptian Noumenia Ritual

So, today is the Noumenia, the New month in the Greek Calendar. Although Noumenia means literally “New Moon”, it is not on what is astrologically called the new moon, which is really the dark moon. Rather, it occurs a few days later, when the first sliver of light appeared. It was considered one of the…