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Netjerus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Netjerus books and related discussion.

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The Rhythms of Nature
Behold Asir, scribe of the divine offerings of all the netjeru, Anu.y. He says: I greet your (You who) manifests as the creator of the netjeru.
land known to the ancient Egyptians as Punt (or "Ta Netjeru," meaning land of the . Gods) whose first mention dates back to the 25th century BC.
The Water Of Life,,.
The Ark Of Safety,,.
The Word,,.

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Sekhmet, Serket, Seshat, Seth, Sobek, Sopdet
Netjeru - the gods & goddesses of Kemet on Sunday , August 9 , 2009
Netjeru is hosted on ComicGenesis, a free webhosting and site automation Netjeru is drawn and written entirely by Temwaenbast - aka Jenny Mathiasson.
"netjeru" ("nTrw" - gods) three flagpoles : wind is powerful but invisible.
Netjeru is plural meaning Gods (and inclusively Goddesses), while Netjer is the masculine singular and Netjert (or Netjeret) is the feminine singular.
Per Kemet: Book Review: Egyptian Netjeru in D&D
This is a list of the Netjeru of ancient Egypt and rules for using them in 3rd edition Dungeons As such, other symbols the Netjeru use are listed below as well.

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