2020 Sabbat Dates: Southern Hemisphere

(C) T. Georgitsis 2020

2020 Moon Phases: Southern Hemisphere

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Specific magickal workings need to be conducted on specific moon phases*.  

New and Full Moon Phases for Eastern Standard Time in Australia for 2020:

New Moon Waxing Full Moon Waning
3 Jan 3:45 pm 11 Jan 6:21 am 17 Jan 11:58 pm
25 Jan 8:42 am 2 Feb 12:41 pm 9 Feb 6:33 pm 16 Feb 9:17 am
24 Feb 2:32 am 3 Mar 6:57 am 10 Mar 4:47 am 16 Mar 8:34 pm
24 Mar 8:28 pm 1 Apr 9:21 pm 8 Apr 12:35 pm 15 Apr 8:56 am
23 Apr 12:25 pm 1 May 6:38 am 7 May 8:45 pm 15 May 12:02 am
23 May 3:38 am 30 May 1:29 pm 6 Jun 5:12 am 13 Jun 4:23 pm
21 Jun 4:41 pm 28 Jun 6:15 pm 5 Jul 2:44 pm 13 Jul 9:28 am
21 Jul 3:32 am 27 Jul 10:32 pm 4 Aug 1:58 am 12 Aug 2:44 am
19 Aug 12:41 pm 26 Aug 3:57 am 2 Sep 3:22 pm 10 Sep 7:25 pm
17 Sep 9:00 pm 24 Sep 11:54 am 2 Oct 7:05 am 10 Oct 11:39 am
17 Oct 6:31 am 24 Oct 12:22 am 1 Nov 1:49 am 9 Nov 12:46 am
15 Nov 4:07 pm 22 Nov 3:45 pm 30 Nov 8:29 pm 8 Dec 11:36 am
15 Dec 3:16 am 22 Dec 10:41 am 30 Dec 2:28 pm

Full Moon (Psychic & Manifestation Work)

Waxing Moon (Invoking/Bringing In Workings)

Wanning Moon (Banishing/Pushing Out Workings)

New Moon (Psychic & Invoking Work)

Dark Moon (Banishing & Divination Workings)

 

(C) T. Georgitsis 2020

Book Review: Let Us Remember…A Devotional to Honor the Netjeru by Apryl R. Green-Muilenburg

 

LET US REMEMBER…A Devotional to Honor the Netjeru by Apryl R. Green-Muilenburg

This self-published book came out on the 21st January 2019 and is available through Amazon. As the book description states, Let Us Remember…A Devotional to Honor the Netjeru is a collection of hymns and prayers for use in ritual, invoking the *Netjeru as well as in devotional work to the Netjeru.

I originally discovered the author’s poetry through her Facebook posts and her blog (https://theferalgoddess.wordpress.com) where she writes evocative prose in honour of the Egyptian Gods as part of her regular devotion.  I was always eager to have these poems in one collection as I always found them so ethereally evocative and I am glad it’s come to pass.

Written by a modern practitioner and a devotional act within itself, this book is filled with beautiful prose and is a heartfelt offering. The poetry can be used in your spellwork, rituals and meditations to the Ancient Egyptian Gods or it can simply be used for the enjoyment of the prose.

Designed by Apryl herself, the front cover of the book shows an image of Isis, Queen of Magic and this depiction is perfect for the representation of the book, as it perfectly encapsulates the essence of this devotional.  Words are heka, and heka is magic in the Ancient Egyptian tradition and this book is a creation of magic in itself.

Apryl R. Green-Muilenburg’s qualifications in the tradition she writes about is impressive and solid.  Devotee and daughter of the Goddess Isis all her adult life, she is a Practicing Kemetic Witch, and Initiated Wiccan Priestess in the Isian Tradition, a Remetj in the House of Netjer and member of the Fellowship of Isis (FOI).

Apryl has been writing since she was a pre-teen, with previously published works in two anthologies honoring the Goddess Isis and Goddess Sekhmet respectively. She has a blog https://thescarlettedda.wordpress.com where she publishes her short stories written with a fairy tale twist based on personal life experiences as well as her feral prose at https://theferalgoddess.wordpress.com  She also has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington and is an advocate for vulnerable populations, with a focus on our older adults. As Apryl has stated, she strives to bring a positive perspective to death and dying; emphasizing ancestor veneration/workings in her mundane and spiritual life.

 

With this in mind it makes this piece of work an artist’s vessel for illumination and connection to spirit.  When I received my copy of the book I was impressed by Apryl’s love of the gods which shone through the page like stars from the vaults of heaven.  So much so that I have taken to leaving it in my shrine so I can access it easily and use it when I am before both my ancestors and Gods in spiritual communion.

The quality of the book is exceptional and would make a perfect addition to any practitioner’s library, from anyone who is only briefly aware of the Ancient Egyptian Gods to those who are seasoned practitioners.

If you would like to purchase a copy please follow the link below and know you are supporting an independent artist who has made this for the love of the gods through her use of inspiring poetry:

LET US REMEMBER…: A Devotional to Honor the Netjeru

 

*Netjeru = Ancient Egyptian Gods in Kemetic.

Review by Setjataset 2019 (C) T. Georgitsis

2019 Sabbat Dates: Southern Hemisphere

 

(C) T. Georgitsis 2019

A Devotional to Honor the Netjeru

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Cant wait to get a hold on this amazing new book book – Let Us Remember: A Devotional to Honor the Egyptian Netjeru.

This book contains a collection of hymns and prayers for use in ritual, invoking the Netjeru as well as in devotional work to the Netjeru.

I have been reading Apryl’s work for years and its finally in a collection!

To purchase your copy go here:
 

2019 Moon Phases: Southern Hemisphere

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Specific magickal workings need to be conducted on specific moon phases*.  

Here are the New and Full Moon Phases for Eastern Standard Time in Australia for 2019:

 

New Moon Waxing Moon Full Moon Wanning Moon
6 Jan 12:28 pm 14 Jan 5:45 pm 21 Jan 4:16 pm 28 Jan 8:10 am
5 Feb 8:03 am 13 Feb 9:26 am 20 Feb 2:53 am 26 Feb 10:27 pm
7 Mar 3:03 am 14 Mar 9:27 pm 21 Mar 12:42 pm 28 Mar 3:09 pm
5 Apr 7:50 pm 13 Apr 5:05 am 19 Apr 9:12 pm 27 Apr 8:18 am
5 May 8:45 am 12 May 11:12 am 19 May 7:11 am 27 May 2:33 am
3 Jun 8:01 pm 10 Jun 3:59 pm 17 Jun 6:30 pm 25 Jun 7:46 pm
3 Jul 5:16 am 9 Jul 8:54 pm 17 Jul 7:38 am 25 Jul 11:18 am
1 Aug 1:11 pm 8 Aug 3:30 am 15 Aug 10:29 pm 24 Aug 12:56 am
30 Aug 8:37 pm 6 Sep 1:10 pm 14 Sep 2:32 pm 22 Sep 12:40 pm
29 Sep 4:26 am 6 Oct 3:47 am 14 Oct 8:07 am 21 Oct 11:39 pm
28 Oct 2:38 pm 4 Nov 9:23 pm 13 Nov 12:34 am 20 Nov 8:10 am
27 Nov 2:05 am 4 Dec 5:58 pm 12 Dec 4:12 pm 19 Dec 3:57 pm
26 Dec 4:13 pm

         

Full Moon (Psychic & Manifestation Work)

Waxing Moon (Invoking/Bringing In Workings)

Wanning Moon (Banishing/Pushing Out Workings)

New Moon (Psychic & Invoking Work)

Dark Moon (Banishing & Divination Workings)

 

(C) T. Georgitsis 2019

Fellowship Of Isis: An informed choice

A great post by Marie Clewley which I absolutely agree with on the FOI:
Here is a link to the Central FOI website which hasn’t been tampered with and which has all original content and information:
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She Who Speaks Through Silence: An Anthology for Nephthys

She Who Speaks Through Silence: An Anthology for Nephthys

I have a hymn dedicated to Nephthys in a new book released in her name!

She Who Speaks Through Silence: An Anthology for Nephthys

Chelsea Luellon Bolton congrats on editing this great devotional.

 

To purchase your copy go here for the paperback version:

She Who Speaks Through Silence: An Anthology for Nephthys paperback

For an eBook copy go here:

She Who Speaks Through Silence: An Anthology for Nephthys e-Book

 

 

Kemetic Wep Ronpet Dates 2018

Here is a basic Kemetic ritual for Wep Ronpet I wrote and use yearly:

Wep Ronpet Ritual

Here are the dates for the end of the year and Wep Ronpet:

July 28th Last Day of the Year: Feast of Lights at Esna (and Sais)

Epagomenal Day 00 – July 29th: Day Dedicated to Yinepu and Khonsu

Epagomenal Day 0 – July 30th: Day Dedicated to Djehuty

Epagomenal Day 1 – July 31st: Birthday of Wesir

Epagomenal Day 2 – August 1st: Birthday of Heru-wer

Epagomenal Day 3 – August 2nd: Birthday of Set

Epagomenal Day 4 – August 3rd: Birthday of Aset

Epagomenal Day 5 – August 4th: Birthday of Nebt-het

1 August 5th – Wep Ronpet

 

 

Working with Maat

 

Are you working with Maat?

How do you treat those around you or those you interact with and even yourself?

It is never too late to amend and update your practice.

Zep Tepi means you have a chance to try every time you are blessed with a new day,
in order for it to resonate with Maat.

Dont bring isfet into your life by going against Maat.

Be upstanding and ethical in your practice of daily life and
be the change you desire to see in the world.

Remember that words are Heka and so are actions and motivations.

Do things with proactive purpose, open awareness, compassion and kindness.

In the end, its up to you to decide how your heart will weigh up.

 

© T. Georgitsis 2018