I believe in the synchronization of hellenic and kemetic deities. I believe the netjeru bring out the best of the theoi, and vice versa. Though the communities may not always get together, these ancient kingdoms historically had a lot of interaction and synchronization.
One concept that joins both these religions I will refer to as ma’at. This is a kemetic deity and concept that lacks a direct translation in English, but has been interpreted as “justice”, “balance”, and “don’t be a dick”. This is a central belief in kemetic polytheism and guides our actions and interactions with the netjeru.
On the other hand, hellenic polytheism has no central belief such as ma’at. However there is a collection of values known to the modern HP community as “Pillars”. Collected most notably by Timothy Jay Alexander, these include arte (excellence), eusebia (loyalty and reciprocal relationships with the theoi), hagneia (ritual purity), nomos arkhaios (observing the old ways), sophia (the pursuit of knowledge and truth), sophrususe (control of thoughts through mindfulness), and xenia (hospitality and guest-host receprocity). Thought some of these are uniquely hellenic, the idea of justice through arte and balance through xenia and eusebia stand clear.
At first I didn’t see the connection. Ma’at is very kemetic and the various values are very hellenic. But in falling in love with both of these pantheons and religions, I needed to see why they were so connected through history. Ma’at was that bridge. Both the netjeru and the theoi speak of justice. They stand for balance. They oppose needless chaos and promote order. How they go about that, however, is completely up to them, and to a certain extent, us.