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GMC Poetry: Khnum II

Khnum, Ram-horned God, I sing The creator of form He creates the endless variations Of human bodies, in the clay of His potter’s wheel It is You, gentle Khnum Who first gives us life And places us in our mother’s … Continue reading

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GMC Poetry: Khnum

Hail to You, Green-faced, Ram-headed one! Great Khnum, Divine Potter, Most ancient of Gods! From the mud of the Holy River Neilos You bring forth life Your deft hands work upon the earth, shaping it upon Your wheel, Turning it … Continue reading

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GMC: Thoughts on Khnum Re-Post

First posted in 2o11. — Khnum (also Chnum, Knum, or Khnemu), the ram-headed creator God of Egypt, is one of the oldest Gods of Egypt, worshiped from the 1st dynasty ( 2925–2775 BCE) into the early centuries CE. He was … Continue reading

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April GMC

The Gods of the Month for April are Khnum, Hathor, and Oya, a Yoruba Orisha. Two Egyptian Gods came up in the same month again, which is interesting. I guess the Gods think I need to spend more time on … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Khnum

Khnum (also Chnum, Knum, or Khnemu), the ram-headed creator God of Egypt, is one of the oldest Gods of Egypt, worshiped from the 1st dynasty ( 2925–2775 BCE) into the early centuries CE. He was originally thought to preside over … Continue reading

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