Posted by: Isidora | May 7, 2012

Welcome and thank you!

This isn’t an official post (since it’s only Monday and I’m a Saturday postin’ kinda girl.)

But I wanted to welcome and thank all of the new folks who are following Isiopolis. Makes me feel a bit less lonely out here in the blogosphere.

So I wanted to share with you a treat that couldn’t quite find a place in my last post; two beautiful images of Nuet, Isis’ mamma:

A gorgeous night-black Nuet, Goddess of the Sky and Isis’ mother, holding the Sun disk which She is about to swallow as She takes Re into the Night…

And a lovely recessed image of the Goddess from the inside lid of the coffin of Djedhor, 4th century BCE:

Egyptian sarcophaguses often had the image of Nuet on the inside top lid…so that the Goddess floated over the mummy and the deceased could see his or her goal: ascending into the star-filled body of the Goddess



  1. Isadora.
    Thank you! Your work & words are truly a blessing & treasure to those of us
    who worship the ennead and She of 10,000 name.
    Bright Blessing
    Priestess of Isis F.O.I.

    • and may She bless you, too!

  2. Thank you for this blog and your book. They both bring me much joy:)


    • Many blessings, Rebecca!

  3. Isidora, I am so glad to find your blog! I had found your old site, but the trail went cold in 2006, and I despaired of finding it again (thanks be to Anubis, He who finds the path, who recently arrived in Seattle!). Your version of the Opening of the Mouth served as the basis for our memorial when my wife died (2008). Now I am working my way through the book and constantly finding new insight, inspiration and hope. Thank you, and may your work (I would say “ministry”) prosper.
    Dan Ballard

  4. Hello, Dan…ah, I am so sorry for your loss. I used that rite when my mother died, too. I really saw Isis wrap Her wings around my mom. I’m glad you found Isiopolis…and greetings as a fellow northwesterner 😉

  5. Thank you so much for this blog! I heard the call of Mother Isis about two weeks ago and I can’t describe how amazing I feel! Reading this blog has helped me learn more about this path. I feel like She has wrapped me in her wings and your work has certainly been a part of that. Thanks again.

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