Tag: Isis

GMC Poetry: Isis Alliteration Poem

UGH, this one was HARD!!!   generous golden goddess guarding [the] gem [of] germination luminous lady [of] life, loyal [to her] law-giving lover magnificent motherly many-named magician [of ] mercy nile’s nubian nurturer [of] nature, netjer [of] nobility questing queen quietly questions [the] quarreler’ quirks respected ruler regulating rebirth, radiating righteousness shamaness seeking [the] shadow,…

GMC: Hathor

The sky and the stars make music to You. The sun and the moon praise You. The Gods exalt You. The Goddesses sing to You. The Temple of Dendera, Ptolemaic Period   The Egyptian Gods are collectively referred to as the Neteru, Netjeru or Netjer. Kemet is the real name for Egypt, which means “the…

Isidis Navigium

I’m posting this late because I don’t have internet on the homestead yet. March 5th was the usually considered the date of the Roman festival of Isidis Navigium, celebrating the Egyptian Isis as the patron of sailors (although some sources seem to say that it fell on March 6th, so hey, maybe I’m not late!).…

Collage Art: Isis

Isis

Yes, I did reuse one of the same pictures I used for the Hekate collage, I had a couple of cards with that picture and it was just so evocative and magical.

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…