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The dust jacket of “The Twelfth Transforming” by Pauline Gedge. This incredible novel is set in the latter part of the reign of Amunhotep III and into the rule of Akhenaten, with Tiye as the central character.

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January 18, 2014 · 8:02 pm

A 1927 photograph of a statuette of Queen TIye (Hm/t nsw.t Tiye) Great Royal Wife of Amunhotep III, and mother of Amunhotep IV (Akhenaten).

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January 18, 2014 · 7:42 pm

Kemet Is Cool

In my travels from just fresh from bed, here to my PC, I was thinking that the prevailing theme here on Tumblr, my page on Facebook and my blog is all about Kemet. All in all, it doesn’t really matter what anyone’s individual opinion on Kemet, its art, religion, culture and history truly are. What matters to the most people is why we are drawn to it. There is a simple, yet sophisitcated beauty that is timeless that speaks to the deepest part of our psyche.

So, that focus is going to be reflected here, on my blg at fannyfae.com and on my Facebook page (as usual). It seems to be what people most resonate to, and it gives me a chance to show others with the same love of Kemet or Ancient Egypt things they may not have heard of, aritists they may not be aware of that do fantastic work.

I look at this as my effort to get away from the infighting and the petty squabbles that seem to plague so many groups. I don’t care if the resource is Kemetic Orthodox, Reconstructionist, Afrocentrist,mainstream Egyptology or what have you. One truth remains: We each love the Two Lands for our own reasons, and no one else can dictate those reasons to us except by the callings of the deepest place in our kas. This project is specifically about that and no other agenda.

Ankh, udja seneb! (Life, prosperity and health!)

Fanny Fae (aka NiankhSekhmet)

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An open letter in which I challenge the members of the so-called Kemetic “Community” to either put up or STFU.

An Open Letter to the Kemetic Community

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March 28, 2013 · 1:03 pm