Woman of Two Paths

One might wonder how to combine two very different traditions from two cultures that probably had little to no contact with each other. Druidry is a neo-Pagan manifestation that was practiced in Europe while Kemetic traditions are a reconstruction (as accurately as possible) of ancient Egyptian practices. One has four seasons based on the physical changes of the year while Egyptians based their seasons according to changes with the Nile. What they do share in common is a plethora of deities, though they are naturally associated to their respective cultures.

I have long been an Eclectic Pagan. I have studied quite a few different paths, including Wicca, Witchcraft, European Shamanism, Native American Traditions (Mohawk), Celtic Traditions and the Faery Faith. I have been known to explore New Age beliefs as well as Otherkin. I am by no means an expert in any of these paths, but they have taught me some interesting things of the years. I continue learning, always a student.

At this point in time, my interests in Egyptian paganism feels more right to me than Druidry, but I plan on making them both important spiritual paths. I never imagined I would believe in ancient Egyptian ideas. While I was fascinated with it as a child, I never felt a pull until recently…and it is a very strong pull. It feels right. In fact, I now believe in things that I might have once seen as being so far afield it couldn’t possibly become an interest to me. I keep surprising myself.


About Siofra |Nathifa|

A Druid and a Kemetic Pagan. I have studied Celtic Traditions, European Shamanism, the Fairy Faith, Native American Traditions, Wicca, Witchcraft and have explored New Age beliefs. I guess you could say I'm eclectic, but right now my focus is on Druidry and Kemetic Traditions. I am by no means, an expert in any of these interests. I am also a Bard in training.
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3 Responses to Woman of Two Paths

  1. greycatsidhe says:

    I’m very excited to see you’ve started a blog! I’ll be following your journey!


    Grey Catsidhe

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