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This Wiki was created to serve as a repository of information for members of the House of Netjer and Kemetic Orthodoxy, as well as a resource for those seeking knowledge about Kemetic practices and ancient Egypt.

It was initially begun as a Wiki containing information on Wepwawet, the Opener of Ways, the Kemetic deity associated with possibility, new opportunities, doorways, pathways, and so forth. It was eventually decided that the Wiki be expanded to contain other information regarding other deities as well as the practices of Kemetic Orthodoxy. The Wiki retains its name in homage to Wepwawet, as information opens the way for understanding.

About the Faith

Kemetic Orthodoxy is a modern organized religion reviving the faith of Kemet (ancient Egypt). Its tenets emphasize monolatry, ancestor veneration, and personal devotion.


The people of the Kemetic Orthodox faith worship Netjer (meaning "divine power").

Here is a quick list of the most common Names:

  • Amun
  • Aset (Also known by her Greek name: Isis)
  • Bast
  • Djehuty (Also known by his Greek name of Thoth)
  • Heru-sa-Aset (Also known by his Greek name of Horus the Younger, Son of Isis)
  • Heru-wer (Also known by his Greek name of Horus the Elder)
  • Hethert (Also known by her Greek name of Hathor)
  • Nit (Also known by her Greek name of Neith)
  • Nut
  • Ra
  • Sekhmet
  • Set (Also known as Seth or Sutekh)
  • Wesir (Also known by his Greek name of Osiris)
  • Yinepu (Also known by his Greek name of Anubis)

Information on myths, roles, titles, appropriate offerings and so forth is available on each Name's individual page. (All information on Offerings is a cumulative grouping of individual personal gnosis.)

  • A list of the Names of Netjer can be viewed here.
  • A list of the Creator Groups of Netjer can be viewed here
  • A list of the Netjeri can be viewed here


Also, a list of the myths is being compiled.


Check out the Kemetic Calendar for a quick list of some of the major festivals.


Wiki editors, please view the Discussion page!!

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