The Author: Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa


Reverend Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa is co-founder of Hwt-Ka-Ptah/ Temple of Ptah Nevada, a Kemetic Reconstructionist temple dedicated to the celebration and restoration of authentic ancient Egyptian spirituality. He is also High Priest of Per-Auset/ Temple of Auset Nevada, a non-profit educational religious organization representing the Egyptian tradition of the Goddess Auset/ Isis.

The author was legally ordained as a Priest of the Goddess Isis in 2002 by the Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigné, Arch Priestess of Temple of Isis California, a state and federally recognized church founded to honor the Divine Feminine as embodied in the Egyptian Goddess Isis.  He was also ordained as a Priest of the Goddess Sekhmet in the Fellowship of Isis by Lady Olivia Robertson.  In 2004 Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa was ordained by Lady Olivia Robertson as a Priest-Hierophant within the international Fellowship of Isis.

Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa is a Kemetic iconographer- founder of Icons of Kemet using his skills as a painter and craftsman to create icons of the Goddesses and Gods of Egypt in order to further the restoration of Their ancient temple traditions.

Ptahmassu has been a writer of poetry and prose from his youngest years, and much of his verse highlights the merging of sacred and secular / divine and mortal, often using the language of love and eroticism.   Please visit his poetry blog at  He is the author of “I Could Wring That Sparrow’s Neck:  Verses on Love, Death & Immortality“, a forthcoming title from Maverick-Reads.

The author lives with his husband in West Wendover, Nevada, on the outskirts of the Bonneville Salt Flats.

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