Cairo to Memphis: Ancient Egyptian Religion in Modern Memphis

The Ancient Egpytians were a fascinating society, full of beautiful imagery and hundreds of deities. Ancient Egypt was a complex and rich environment that was shaped not only by the multi-cultural society that lived there, but also by the environment. One of the unique aspects of Ancient Egypt was their

calendar system. The Egyptians explained away the 365 days of the year by including a 5 day week in their calendar that represents the week that some of the major Egyptian deities were born. This workshop will fall during this special 5 day period.

So come join Rev. Omma as she leads us on a journey back in time to Ancient Egypt, home to some of the most well known deities in modern times. Rev. Omma will teach us about Ancient Egyptian religion and society, and we will celebrate the Gods' birthdays.

There is a $15 energy exchange for this workshop. Handouts, cake, and wine are included. All events take place in the downstairs event area of The Broom Closet.

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546 S Main St, 38103
Memphis
21 July , Saturday 13:00

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