Although I’m only following a Kemetic path, I am noticing similarities between Kemetic reconstructionism and Norse reconstructionism.
I’m subscribed to the 'Norse Witch’s channel on YouTube
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I’ve noticed similarities before this, but the more I find out, the more similarities I see between the Kemetic and Norse belief system.
Do you see the same or do you see any other paths that are similar to Kemeticism in some way?
I also see some similarities between Kemeticism and Hinduism.
Even if there are few of us Kemetics out there, it can be comforting to find out about other similar paths.
March 19, 2023, 11:42pm
I have certainly found fruitful fellowship amongst Norse reconstructionists. I’ve been blessed to have several in my friends circle, and find their community to be welcoming.
… and I agree that there are a lot of parallels with Hinduism, The multiple creation deities and myths are something I learned about from reading Petrie’s summary of ancient Egyptian religion.
the video is interesting… I’ve come to this from a somewhat different angle. My “patron” deity has certainly been using me as a vending machine for a long time
… Still not a fan of asking though
I guess there is an argument that priests in ancient Egypt did use deities a bit like vending machines in the temples. But going from some hymns I think there’s evidence of personal relationships as well.
I wish there were more surviving sources from domestic practices.