Blue Lotus Iseum

A Blog of writings and explorations of the Egyptian Pantheon, in particular in support of the worship of the Goddess Isis in all of Her manifestations. Learning more about the Kemetic faith...see us at the Blue Lotus Temple on MSN and the Blue Lotus Iseum on Yahoo Groups and on Geocities...links are on the right side of this page. Blue Lotus Iseum just COULD end up being a REAL place! I am envisioning a Healing Center to be built somewhere in West Central Florida.

Monday, March 27, 2006

This is my Jonathan Earl Bowser

More pictures...

Links are kinda screwed up now for both the MSN group and the site and I am trying to recreate a new group on MSN that is the Blue Lotus Iseum, not Temple. Might take me some time. Want to mirror image the pages on the original group. I loved this pic and had to snag it for this blog...

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

The Blue Lotus Iseum in REALTIME!

Just a future vision of mine!

I had a vision yesterday. To actually begin with a small room somewhere that would be the actual Blue Lotus Iseum, blue accoutrements, walls, incense bowls, etc. An effigy of the Goddess, incense in the east quarter, fire or flame in the south, water in a silver bowl in the west and the altar and a small herb garden in the north, in honour of Isis of the Green Plants. A ceiling up above with the Goddess Nut, stretched in a woman's body, dark blue background with small twinking stars. A doorway opening to a small outside garden preferably at the north or northeast. A prayer bowl in the middle of the altar where people traveling through could leave their petitions and healing requests. A priestess (women rotating shifts) dressed in blue and always present taking care of anyone who happens to come by and to assure that the flame at the south is always lit and the kyphi is always burning in the east. As yesterday was the first full day of Ostara, I thought it was especially synchronous and fitting. I saw this with my mind's eye and thought this would be a wonderful thing to do as we are close to water here, and I associate that element with the Goddess Isis.