There's a cauldron I got for a dollar at a thrift store, a prayer jar, three candles (not counting the one in the bowl), a "treasure box," a shell with a smudge stick, a wand, an offering bowl filled with things, a bowl of natron, and several images of my Gods.
I took some close-ups of some pivotal parts of the altar, too:
First we have my main images. I'm considering trying to get a statue of Sekhmet in the same design and putting it with Set and Wepwawet, but right now I don't have the money for that and so she remains in miniature. Sekhmet is a a new re-addition. For a long time I considered Set and Sekhmet to be my Patron God and Matron Goddess, before my Kemetic Orthodox RPD said Set and Wepwawet were my Fathers and Sekhmet was first among my Beloveds. When I gave up Kemetic Orthodoxy I stopped really paying much attention to my Beloveds, but Sekhmet is coming back in my life.
Some people who are only familiar with Wicca would think this altar looked unbalanced because the two primary Gods are both male. I think this is unnecessarily heterosexist... there are far more ways to achieve balance on an altar than through having a God and a Goddess. Plus, plenty of people have Goddess-only-oriented altars.
The following are two other altar images:
Renee Schwarz, which I bought from her Facebook page. It appeals to me because it just reminds me of something very queer fairy, and my practice really makes note of the queerness of Set. It's also just a really unique vision of Set which I love.
Some stuff I didn't really care to take close-up pictures of:
- The prayer jar was based on a technique I learned in the Kemetic Orthodox Beginner's Class. It's really quite an easy bit of heka; I charged the jar and when I get prayer requests that aren't close enough to me for me to want to do some full out magic attack on them I write it down and slip it in here.
- The three things in the offering bowl include a candle with a sigil I created to prevent anti-Pagan hate crimes, some sand from a Buddhist mandala I saw, and a newly-painted set of runes made out of tamarind seeds.
- The pencil drawing of Set that's above the treasure box was by me.