So all of the times that people come after Kemetics about being disrespectful and offensive about our religion, I have learned that there are now two things I consider to be offensive or taboo across the board for Kemeticism.
The first is the same thing I listed last time someone asked- and that is worshiping the poop. We don’t worship a/pep, we don’t honor or venerate a/pep and to do so is bad news. So I still consider this offensive or at the very least a very bad and stupid idea that often will grate on my nerves.
The second, which I have more or less rediscovered this evening, is perpetuating bad heka through imagery. In this case specifically, showing deities as being mortally harmed, maimed, injured, etc. I knew this influenced me back when I was making game art for Mehen (I made sure to not draw lines on the back of the snake, since it’s assumed that the lines equated to the snake being hacked apart, and I didn’t want that), but I didn’t realize how much of a distaste I had for it until this evening.
So yes. For everyone’s burning question of “what sends those offensive Kemetics over the edge?” that would be my answer- venerating a/pep and showing gods being fucked over in imagery.
Quite the, uh, enlightening evening for me.