Some background on the unique Setian coven in which I became a priest.
To make my website more accessible, I’ve activated the WordPress feature in my Dreamhost account, and I will be moving everything over to the new blog. It’s slow going and I am still setting everything up, but I will be updating at this location moving forward:
Happy Sunday everyone; hope everyone is enjoying a blessed weekend.
The roles that were assigned to Set in [the Heliopolitan cosmogony] were given to Him at a comparatively later point in Egyptian history, and they only reflect how He was understood by the Heliopolitans. What would a citizen of Ombos have been raised to think? What kinds of roles and relationships would Set have been given by Ombite theologians?
In this episode, I discuss why the ancient Egyptians had so many different Creation myths, and I share a Creation story of my own that is inspired by the people of Nubt, otherwise known as Ombos in Greek and Naqada in Arabic.
A colorized version of the Alexamenos Graffito I made as a gift for my mother-in-law shortly before she joined the ancestors in 2015. She was a deeply religious Christian, and we shared a special bond over the ways in which Set and Jesus can intersect with each other.
ItDoS Podcast #24: Aberamentho: Set, Yahweh, and Jesus Christ
So you’ve heard me talk a lot about Set and “the devil”; now it’s time to discuss Set and Yahweh, as well as Set and Jesus. Yes, it’s true; Setianism can intersect with Christianity as well as it can with so-called “devil worship.” Set does not play by Christian rules, Satanist rules, or Marvel Cinematic Universe rules, and neither do Setians.