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When is Wep Ronpet: 2019 Edition

16 May

Most years its pretty common for a slew of posts and asks to pop up where Kemetics try to figure out when tf Wep Ronpet is that particular year. I figured that I should just be pre-emptive this year, and create a master list before Wep Ronpet season even begins.

The below list is categorized by continent, and in the case of North America, by country, with everything being in alphabetical order. I tried to choose a variety of cities across the world that would help to cover map. This is so that if your city isn’t listed, you can hopefully find something on a similar latitude to where you’re located (for example: Phoenix, Atlanta, and Los Angeles all have the same date, and are on a similar latitude line), and you can use that for your date. In other words, if two cities were pretty close together, I probably only mapped one, since the date difference on two close locations would be marginal, and so all locations were largely chosen for practicality reasons.

You’ll notice that the dates get later in the year the closer you get to the North Pole, so you can basically figure that if you’re down in Australia, your Wep Ronpet will begin sometime in mid June. And if you’re up in the northern parts of Canada or Finland, you’re probably not going to have Wep Ronpet until late August.

These dates are for Wep Ronpet itself, so your epagomenal days will occur the 5 days prior to whatever date is listed below.

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Africa/Middle East:

  • Algiers: Aug 6
  • Beirut: Aug 3
  • Cairo: July 31
  • Cape Town: July 6
  • Casablanca: Aug 2
  • Dakar: July 19
  • Dubai: July 27
  • Harare: June 26
  • Kabul: Aug 4
  • Khartoum: July 20
  • Lagos: July 13
  • Luanda: July 3
  • Nairobi: July 8
  • Niamey: July 8
  • Tripoli: Aug 2

Asia:

  • Bangkok: July 18
  • Beijing: Aug 8
  • Chennai: July 17
  • Hanoi: July 23
  • Hong Kong: July 24
  • Jakarta: July 4
  • Kuala Lumpur: July 10
  • Lucknow: July 28
  • Makassar: July 5
  • Manila: July 19
  • Mumbai: July 22
  • Sapporo: Aug 11
  • Shanghai: July 31
  • Seoul: Aug 6
  • Taipei: July 26
  • Tokyo: Aug 5
  • Xi’an: Aug 3

Australia:

  • Adelaide: June 10
  • Brisbane: June 18
  • Melbourne: June 8
  • Perth: June 14
  • Sydney: June 12

Europe:

  • Athens: Aug 7
  • Barcelona: Aug 10
  • Belgrade:Aug 14
  • Berlin: Aug 22
  • Brussels: Aug 20
  • Bucharest: Aug 13
  • Budapest: Aug 16
  • Copenhagen: Aug 27
  • Dublin: Aug 23
  • Helsinki: Sept 1
  • Istanbul: Aug 10
  • Kyiv: Aug 19
  • Lisbon: Aug 8
  • London: Aug 20
  • Madrid: Aug 9
  • Moscow: Aug 27
  • Oslo: Aug 25
  • Paris: Aug 18
  • Prague: Aug 19
  • Riga: Aug 28
  • Rome: Aug 11
  • Sarajevo: Aug 13
  • Stockholm: Aug 31
  • Warsaw: Aug 22

North America:

Canada:

  • Calgary: Aug 20
  • Montreal: Aug 14
  • Toronto: Aug 12
  • Vancouver BC: Aug 18
  • Winnipeg: Aug 19

Mexico:

  • Hermosillo: July 30
  • Monterrey: July 28
  • Guadalajara: July 24
  • Mexico City: July 22

US:

  • Atlanta: Aug 3
  • Boise: Aug 12
  • Boston: Aug 11
  • Chicago: Aug 10
  • Dallas: Aug 2
  • Denver: Aug 8
  • Detroit: Aug 11
  • Houston: July 30
  • Kansas City: Aug 8
  • Las Vegas: Aug 5
  • Los Angeles: Aug 3
  • Miami: July 27
  • Minneapolis: Aug 13
  • Nashville: Aug 5
  • New Orleans: July 31
  • New York City: Aug 9
  • Philadelphia: Aug 8
  • Phoenix: Aug 3
  • Portland: Aug 14
  • Oklahoma City: Aug 4
  • San Francisco: Aug 6
  • Seattle: Aug 16
  • Washington DC: Aug 8

South America:

  • Buenos Aires: June 12
  • Fortaleza: July 6
  • La Paz: June 27
  • Lima: June 30
  • Quito: July 9
  • Rio de Janeiro: June 22
  • Salvador: June 30
  • Santiago: June 13

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14 Comments

Posted by on May 16, 2019 in Kemeticism, Year of Rites

 

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14 responses to “When is Wep Ronpet: 2019 Edition

  1. Louise Pare-Lobinske

    May 16, 2019 at 9:23 am

    THANK YOU!!! Wep Ronpet is always a pain to track, so this helps a lot! I appreciate you going to all the effort to put together this list! 🙂

     
  2. Alecto

    May 16, 2019 at 9:56 am

    THANK YOU

     
  3. onlyfragments

    May 16, 2019 at 10:30 am

    Bless you!!

     
  4. Emily

    May 16, 2019 at 4:57 pm

    Thank you so much!!!!

     
  5. Setjataset

    May 16, 2019 at 11:04 pm

    Reblogged this on Setjataset and commented:
    Fantastic post calculating Wep Ronpet (Ancient Egyptian New Year)

     
  6. Setken

    May 16, 2019 at 11:55 pm

    Thank you so much for this. I always struggle to get the dates right and you even included my city!!!!! (Melbourne)

    Happy new year!!!!

     
  7. ajrbarley

    May 17, 2019 at 3:03 am

    Thank you!! One of these days I’ll figure out the knack for calculating it myself, but it is not this year…

     
  8. ajrbarley

    May 17, 2019 at 3:04 am

    Reblogged this on Into Strange Skies.

     
  9. navelgazed

    May 20, 2019 at 2:24 pm

    This is so awesome, thank you! I usually default to August 1st just because I can’t figure out how to calculate it. Looks like its gonna end up delayed due to Life Circumstances, but still, this is awesome!

     
    • DevoTTR

      June 7, 2019 at 7:10 am

      I also tend to default to Aug 1, and my area /isn’t/ Aug 1, so now I have to figure out if I’m going to move my holiday date, or just keep it where I prefer it XD

       
  10. A. Valente

    July 10, 2019 at 12:53 pm

    Thanks so much! This post should be a regular thing! It’s always so hard to know the exact date!

     
    • DevoTTR

      July 31, 2019 at 7:47 pm

      What’s sad is that I’ve been meaning to make this list every year for years. I just, uh, never seemingly got around to it until now. Hopefully I’ll have spoons to keep it up for a few years.

       
  11. cgw

    July 18, 2019 at 9:21 am

    Now if only someone would create an app where you can load in the date of your individual Wep Ronpet and populate a yearly calendar, so you can keep track of what kemetic day it is at any given time. I always peter out keeping track by around January and have no idea when it is.

     
    • DevoTTR

      July 31, 2019 at 7:46 pm

      I believe Tamara Siuda’s Daybook project had an app thing involved with it, but I don’t know if it ever was fully finished and made. It would be much easier with an app, it’s why I’ve almost always used a civil calendar instead of recalculating every year because who has time for that XD

       

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