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Author Topic: How Reformed is too Reformed?  (Read 5054 times)
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« Reply #6: November 22, 2008, 07:58:17 pm »

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I’m actually glad to hear that. My feel for this kind of stuff is warped by my self-imposed semi-isolation. I’m not usually afraid of deviating from the norm, but I’ve been so out of touch lately that I’m not even sure what the norm is anymore. I don’t know if it’s just me, but it feels a like the Kemetic community in general is disjointed for how small it actually is. I have trouble with keeping track of all the different groups and definitions of what ‘Kemetic’ is and figuring out which groups I fit into and which ones I don’t. I have a lot of ideas and a lot of things I’d love to ‘put out there’ as it were, a strong desire to contribute, but I never know where to start or what group/s would even be interested in what I have to say much less benefit from it.  I guess my problem is mostly in my head, but I’m still glad to know I’m not a raving heretic yet.

Well, I have been branded a raving heretic by some and so be it.   I use conventional and non-conventional sources as well as talking to the deities themselves and spirit guides. I think my trouble with strict re-cons stemed from the fact that I practice what would be termed as ancient Egyptian folk magic as opposed to Temple magic and Temple rituals. A lot of my beliefs and practice stem from little known books and my own research. But my biggest problem was the way I updated / moderized / westerized some practices. Too extreme for some I guess. But if I haven't ticked off the deities then I really don't care how many humans I tick off.  Grin
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