A tender ritual for my beloved Set, husband to consort-goddess Astarte, my namesake
Adapted from 'Necrominon: Egyptian Sethanic Magick,' by Michael W. Ford Words in all caps are vibrated (intoned with a long depth of strong voice)
Athame facing South (towards the Egyptian desert) Divine Seth, heir of eternity I invoke you by your secret name Vibrate deeply x7 (I prefer to almost whisper this) KOLCHOI TONTONON Pronounced 'Khefer' XEPERA XEPER XEPERU By coming into being You have created it Coming into being SETEM-ARITF I call you 'Fire in the Eye' Giver of divine knowledge Keeper of the Black Flame Anet hra neter hen Seth-an Homage to thee Divine Set Aa heh, Set-heh Heir of Eternity, Eternal Set Anet hra neter hen Seth-an Homage to thee Divine Seth-an Ankh-ka, Djed-Ankh Soul-mate, everlasting life ABERAMENTHOOU I invoke Seth-Typhon Who alone holds the power of the Wad’jet Scepter Who shakes the foundations of the earth and sky Who dwells in burning heat and freezing darkness Anet hra neter hen Seth-an Homage to thee Divine Set Aa heh, Set-heh Heir of Eternity, Eternal Set Ankh-ka, Djed-Ankh Soul-mate, everlasting life
An easy way to tell the difference between Set and the dog-like jackal god Anubis: Anubis' ears come to a point. Set's ears are square on top.
Thanks to Joan Lansberry for images from Horus and Set blessing Ramesses the Third (Egyptian Museum Cairo )
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