It took me a while to figure out what I wanted to do with this site. Since rejoining the House of Netjer and returning to Kemetic Orthodoxy, I’ve felt like perhaps it was time to move on from here. Not from Per Sebek as a concept, of course, but from this particular iteration of it. I feel like I’ve done all the work I need to do here, and so, it’s time to start again.
I’m not going to delete this site, of course. It’s still a valuable record of the last decade of my practice, and is still an excellent resource for all the writings and rituals and other things I’ve written over the years. One day, I would like to collect all my rituals and hymns into a single volume for people to reference, but that’s for later on, I think. These rites are still valuable and useful to people who aren’t Kemetic Orthodox, so I still want them to remain available to people. After all, that’s why I wrote them and posted them in the first place.
But like all the magical detritis I kept under my altar from previous practices that I hadn’t touched in years, this place feels the same. It’s time to move on. I’m working on another site now, still called Per Sebek, but that will be a clean slate for all the new work I’m going to be doing now. It will be focused on my Kemetic Orthodox practice, so if that’s not your thing, that’s cool. But I want a new place to document my path and the things I’m doing now, so.
My new site will be over at https://www.persebek.org/ – it’s very bare-bones right now and I still need to flesh out the actual structure of it, so don’t mind any stray notes and such you find there. But please bookmark it if you want to continue to follow my path. Please also see my shrine videos on youtube if you like that sort of thing. I don’t think I’ll do more with that channel than post shrine videos and maybe other things, but we’ll see. It’s there if you want it.
I’d like to thank everyone who read and commented here on being a part of this journey, and hope you’ll all come with me on this next step. ❤