What is the difference between Netjer, Netjeru, and Netjeri?
Netjer refers to all of the Egyptian gods at once. For example: Thank netjer that the rain has stopped
Netjeru refers to a specific deity. For example: Aset is a tricksy netjeru.
Netjeri refers to non-deity, and non-human beings in the Unseen. In many ways, this could encompass things such as “demons” or fae.
- When you see a one-eyed cat, spit on your thumb, stamp it in the palm of your hand, and make a wish. The wish will come true.
- A kitten born in May is a witches cat.
- A black cat seen from behind - a bad omen.
- A black cat crossing your path - good luck.
- A black cat crossing one’s…
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