"The Mother of the World" in Second Life
Kemet is the ancient name of Egypt. "The Mother of the World", as the Arabs call it - 10,000 years of history, eternally thriving kingdom of Pharaohs on the Nile.
It quickly caught the attention of the circle of Egyptian friends in SL, when we started building the temple of Dayr al-Bahri in 2016. And very soon we found many good friends among them.
We spent a lot of time with each other, regularly visiting and had a lot of fun together. And over time, the idea arose in me to try something new that had never happened before in Second Life.
I wanted to try - in the spirit of the first pharaohs - to unite the fragmented empire on the Nile river again. Durable and firm for all time. To the benefit of all, to share the resources in mutual give and take.
Because together we are stronger than in the competition - that was my idea and that was the core of the Maat, of the old world order of ancient Egypt.
"Give everyone the space they need, and unite them all under the roof of a bigger house (Per-aa [means House-big] = Pharaa = Pharaoh) on which they can live henceforth in eternal harmony with the world."
That's how the idea of Kemet came into being - the idea of the alliance of all places in Second Life that have Egypt as topic.
And as in the real world, Kemet exists in different provinces in Second Life as well. Each of them is independent in their field. Each of them is ruled by their own ruler. Each of them is different. A dwelling place of the gods, or a dwelling place of the people, a place of the dead on the west bank of the Nile or a place of fun and love and lust for the living.
Yet they all together form the greatest empire under the sun, that people have ever seen. Egypt - The Mother of World - whose beautiful provinces you can find here.
Experience a distant yet well-known world, return home in the lap of our mother.
Ito Hotaru (alias Netjeret-nefer sat-Ra Nebet-Ka-Neferu-Re', female King of the Two Lands in Second Life)
Dayr al-Bahri - The mortuary temples in the desert valley
"Incomparable monuments of ancient Egypt" - The mortuary temple of Hatshepsut also known as djeser-djeseru is an ancient funerary shrine in Upper Egypt. It forms together with the temples of Thutmose III and Mentuhotep II the most famous egyptian temple area Dayr al-Bahri.
The Temple of Nefertari - Dwelling place of the goddesses Hathor and Isis
The Temple of Nefertari is a tribute to a great Queen of Egypt. There are temples to Isis for peace, to Hathor for fun and Nefetari's Palace and baths, a place for indulgence and relaxation. Events and exhibitions are held for sensual entertainment. Ancient clothing preferred.
- Owner: 乙αгα (Zaranda)
- Rating: adult
Alexandreia - Ancient world wonder on the northern sea
Alexandreia is a role-playing Second-Life region where the buildings, temples, harbor, lighthouse and yes, even its people, are historically correct down to the last detail. You are invited to don your period appropriate attire and visit for an experience you won’t forget. As you immerse yourself in the lifestyle at the time of the famous Queen Kleopatra you will discover that everything is possible in Alexandreia.
Heliopolis (Iunu) - City of the Sun
Iunu, which was the Heliopolis of the Ptolemaic era is a city in Kemet dedicated to Mythology Role-Play. Helios, the personified and deified form of the sun, was identified by the Greeks with the native Egyptian gods Ra and Atum, whose principal cult was located in the city.
Bubastis: The Main Temple of Bastet in SL
Bast is the Ancient Egyptian Goddess of protection, cats, perfume/ointments, fertility, pregnancy, children, music, the arts and warfare. Visit her main shrine for spiritual ritual, worship and healing.
- Owner: Miut (Kitty Pidgeon)
- Rating: adult