February 12, 2012

Four Jackals Chant

Posted in Jackals at 12:15 pm

Four Jackals Chant
© 2012 Natalie Baan

Jackal of the North, let loose the wind of freedom,
refreshing our souls in a dry season.

Jackal of the South, herald of Inundation,
a drink of cool water in a dry season.

Jackal of the East, You bring us inspiration,
showing us the way in a dry season.

Jackal of the West with ungents and fine linen,
restore us to life in a dry season.

Guardians of gates and places of transition,
liminal You walk at the borders of Creation,
watching over us from every direction —

Sabu! Wep! Wep! Wep!


Notes: Written in February 2012. The howl at the end is probably entirely ungrammatical Kemetic: sabu means “jackals,” and wep is some form of the verb “to open.”


2 Comments »

  1. Storm said,

    January 27, 2013 at 3:54 pm

    THANK YOU! *huggles* Music, lovely lovely music! <3

  2. Shefyt said,

    January 27, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    You’re very welcome — glad you enjoy it!

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