I should first start off by saying that, although I'm not a member of any house, temple or oganization, the deities of the Kemetic pantheon have always had the most effect on me in my life, primarily Yinepu-Wepwawet, Djehuty, and Mafdet.
I identify as a canid-person. If you want to narrow it down to specific species, one can go with c. lupus hodophilax as one example, though I've found my canine-consciousness seems to stretch species borders and/or overlap within the genus Canis. My identity as a canid-person has had a strong effect on my relationship with Yinepu and vice versa. Piecing together miscellaneous experiences and occurences over my life I've only just come to realize how strong of an effect he's had on my life--even my Catholic father's patron saint, Saint Christopher, can be traced back to Yinepu through the Eastern Orthodox tradition. As such, I have grown to recognize him as my patron.
Djehuty has always been a major influence with my occult/alchemical studies, as well as my writing and my communication. Something I always find myself practicing and fine-tuning (I realy need to get my writing organized and onto my website eventually). Mafdet has helped aide me in my relationships with others, as well as my relationship with myself. She has also been a protective force in my life, and helps teach me how I can be a protective force in the lives of others too, let alone how to protect myself, and treat my body right.
Needless to say these experiences have sparked a curiousity of the Kemetic faith, and has caused me to want to delve deeper into Kemetic theology to perhaps gain a better idea on things. Perhaps forge deeper connections, if not strengthening the deep connections I already have. Unfortunately I do come to this community with perhaps a slew of annoying questions regarding Kemetic philosophy--though I figured I'd introduce myself first before assaulting everyone in here with them. Also, any further information and book resources would be welcome and appreciated.