New Year’s in August

In ancient times, the Egyptians celebrated their new year when the star Sirius first rose in the morning before the sun, which coincided with the annual Nile flood. In ancient Egypt, everything depended on the Nile flood so that they could grow their crops and the economy could sustain itself. Modern-day Kemetics celebrate the New Year at the same time, usually around late July/early August. Come celebrate the Kemetic New Year and learn a bit about the ancient Egyptian religion and concepts of justice, which mesh well with Unitarian Universalism.

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