I'm a polytheist not affiliated with any particular Kemetic temple. I'm not even necessarily affiliated solely with Kemeticism. My primary religious interest is in the cult of Aset that swept the entire Mediterranean (and beyond) under the name of Isis. While I look primarily to Kemetic history and mythology in dealing with this goddess, I don't necessarily discount some Greco-Roman influences in the evolution of the cult. I realize the Greco-Roman influences are probably off-topic for this community, so I'll stick to the Kemetic side of things.
I hope to have some interesting discussions.