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GMC poetry: Apis Bull Acrostic

Apis I sing now, Who brings the Nile Inundation Ptah’s beautiful soul incarnated Invincible warrior Who drives off Egypt’s enemies Solar disk in between His horns Begotten of a ray of light from heaven Unfettered vigor, raw strength, creative energy … Continue reading

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To Apis (repost)

I hail holy Apis, the bull-formed God The fertile one, Whose throaty bellow heralds the spring’s awakening He Who brings all good things to the Two Lands Fierce and powerful, He drives off the invaders And gorges them on His … Continue reading

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GMC Poetry: To the Living Bull

I sing now of the living God of Egypt Fair Apis, Strong Bull of His mother Beautiful Soul of Ptah High of horns, the virile Herald of the Nile’s flooding Who carries the sun-disk between His horns And bestows the … Continue reading

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God of the Month Club: Apis, the Living Bull-God of Egypt

One of the Gods of this month is Apis, the living bull-God of Memphis. According to the Greco-Egyptian historian Manetho, the worship of the Apis goes back to nearly 3,000 BCE, to the 2nd Dynasty of the First Kingdom of … Continue reading

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August Gods of the Month

The Gods of the Month for August are Ereshkigal, Apis, and the Hindu Ganesh. Ereshkigal is the Sumerian Goddess of the Underworld, the sister of more well-known Inanna. Ereshkigal is an official part of the Neos Alexandria pantheon, but Her … Continue reading

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To Apis

I hail holy Apis, the bull-formed God The fertile one, Whose throaty bellow heralds the spring’s awakening He Who brings all good things to the Two Lands Fierce and powerful, He drives off the invaders And gorges them on His … Continue reading

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