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Author Topic: Ritual--what do we do?  (Read 4891 times)
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« Reply #6: March 29, 2007, 12:45:52 am »

So do you think there should be a sort of standard prayer-book with a libation for each deity? Or at least the major ones? People who are not so poetically inclined might find that useful ...

About disparate offerings: in everyone's experience, how close is too close?

There is a prayerbook by Tamara Siuda. 

::thinks::  The offering formula is AE was pretty standard with few variations.  You just changed the names of the deities.  One of them is in my rite. 

::scrummages through stuff::

Wine Liturgy

by: Hekersebeqenaset (SatAset)

Mu-Chou Poo states in his book Wine and Wine Offerings in the Religion of Ancient Egypt, that there are many liturgical formulas for wine offerings and he goes over five different types in the book. One type I will give here:

A) The offering

B) The relation between offering and deity as offering (symbolically) of the King

C) Epithets of Deity

D) Significance of the Offering

E) Stating its purity

I have placed together an offering liturgy from his book. All quotes are from The Temple of Philae, but are in different offering liturgies (and follows the formula above).

A) Take to Yourself the Eye of Heru (Wine)

B) The wine is for Your Ka

C) Aset, the Great, Mother of the God

D) May Your Mouth be Opened with it

E) It is Pure


Wine and Wine Offerings in the Religion of Ancient Egypt by Mu-Chou Poo pages 89-91; 114.

Honestly, what I do is I just offer it and I'll say something informal like "This is for you, Mother Aset (Insert deity here)". 

I am the Goddess of Who I can Become. I mix the magic of the sorceress with the blade of a warrior. I walk the liminal pathways to see the face of the Goddess, both terrible and kind. As She stares back at me, I tremble in awe and ecstasy.  --Me

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