Roll of Thoth – Egyptian Edition

Every week I share with you seven websites with great resources or fantastic art to raise your knowledge and your gnosis.

It can be argued that magick permeated the culture of Kemet (ancient Egypt) more than any other civilization. Their magick forms the foundation for all later Western practitioners.

The Temple of Kemetic Wicca:   It’s more about adding an Egyptian flavor to your Wicca, but good resources none the less.   Actual Kemetic reconstructionists  more towards the worship than the magick side, but they are irrevocably intertwined.

The Twisted Rope:   More views on Kemeticism being a bit more beginner friendly and personal.

Tumblr #Kemetic:   Yup, everything I tumblr tagged Kemetic. I don’t know if I’m just that lazy or I love tumblr that much.

The Egyptian Book of the Dead:   The seminal translation of the Scrolls of Ani by E.A. Wallis Budge

Heka:   The basics on the Egyptian system of magick (heka).

The Mechanics of Ancient Egyptian Magical Pratices:    Pointed out to me by a good friend and dedicated magus. A scholarly view of Egyptian magick from the renowned Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago. A incredibly special treatise given the fact the author is also a practitioner. 

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