Auset season is an important time in Kemetic astrology, marking the start of a new cycle of growth and renewal. It is celebrated on March 21st and is a time of reflection and celebration of the goddess Auset, who is associated with fertility, motherhood, and protection.
Auset is the goddess of the sky, the stars, and the moon. She is also known as Isis, the goddess of magic and healing. She is the mother of Horus, the god of the sun, and is often depicted as a woman with wings. Auset is associated with the cycle of life and death, and is seen as a protector of the dead.
During Auset season, it is believed that Auset's power is at its peak. This is a time of renewal and growth, and it is believed that Auset can help us to manifest our desires and bring about positive change in our lives. It is also a time to honor Auset and give thanks for her protection and guidance.
During Auset season, many Kemetic astrologers will perform rituals and ceremonies to honor Auset and ask for her blessings. These rituals may include offerings of food, incense, and flowers, as well as prayers and meditations. It is also common to make offerings to Auset's son, Horus, as well as other gods and goddesses associated with Auset.
Auset season is also a time to reflect on the past and look to the future. It is a time to think about our goals and dreams, and to make plans for how we can achieve them. It is also a time to celebrate the cycle of life and death, and to give thanks for the blessings we have received.
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