Ma’at the Goddess that represents truth, law, order and harmony

Ma’at represents law, order and love. In the kemetic philosophical view law was not about force and punishment. Instead it is the natural outcome of love which is, in the words of Ra Un Nefer Amen , the expression of our oneness with each other and with God. (source) For the beginner, it is a little…

Kemet the root of chemistry and alchemy

Both ‘chemical’ and ‘hermetic’ are linked to alchemy. The word ALCHEMY comes via Old French and medieval Latin from Arabic ‘alkimiya,’ ‘al,’ the +‘kimiya,’ which comes from the Greek ‘khemia’ or ‘khemeia’ meaning ‘the art of transmuting metals.’ In early use ‘alchemy’ referred to the chemistry of the Middle ages and 16th century. (source) “Kemet” was…

Ancient Egyptians were black

This should not ever even have been a question. That Egyptians might once have been claimed to be Caucasians seems nonsensical. Kemet is the word Ancient Egyptians referred to themselves. Western historians, however, say that the word “Kemet” refers to the color of the soil of the land rather than its people. But, the word “Kemet”…

Role of women in ancient Egyptian society

Ancient Egypt is generally recognized as having a society that respected women very favourably especially when compared to their neighbours in that era, or even compared to some societies in the modern era. However, it appears that the role of women were more favourable in the earlier dynasties leading up to the age of pyramid…