The words “death” and “the dead” are used in the old scriptures to refer to living humanity in earthly embodiment. We scurrying mortals are the “dead” of the bible and other sacred books, but it is past our prerogative to read a meaning into their books other than the one they intended; or to read out of them a meaning consistently deposited therein. It is perhaps the cardinal item of the whole theological corpus, the real “lost key” to a correct reading of the subterranean meaning in esoteric literature. In ancient theology “death” means our life on earth.
Be the figure apt or be it considered unthinkable- as it will be at first by many- the texts of scripture will yield their cryptic meaning on no other terms. And the Bible is a sealed book mostly because of those words, “death” and “the dead” have not been read as covers of a far profounder sense than the superficial one. Continue reading →
Many of us have been raised to believe, as an article of the Christian religion, that Jesus Christ was born on December 25th, or Christmas day. But, not many of us are aware of the ancient Kemetic (Egyptian) origins of the December 25th religious festival, or what it truly represents, and the fact that it has nothing to do with the Christian religion, or Christmas. In fact, December 25th, is not, nor has it ever been, the birthday of the Christian god, Jesus Christ!
The verifiable historical facts surrounding the 25th. of December are as follows: Continue reading →
Genesis 15:13,14, 16 The Akan Queen Nanny (marooned in Jamaica) Carried Beyone/Sea/se
I AM THAT I AM
Queen Nanny of the Maroons the Akan Journey out of Ethiopia into Egypt into the Nile Valley, to Timbuktu Mali, Ghana into Deuteronomy 28
THE OYOKO HAWK CLAN marooned IN JAMAICA. WHO ARE THE AKAN? Gen 36:27
JUDAH IN CAPTIVITY………..STILL
SANKOFA Ghanaian author, scholar, professor and Akan chief; Nana Darkwah analysed Egyptian and African history, culture, archaeology, religion and linguistics, as well as Jewish history, biblical history and DNA evidence. They broke down more than 15 books from the Old Testament Bible to show that these books’ names were originally African, more specifically Akan names. Continue reading →
“I live, yet not I, but the inner Christ [HERU = heart consciousness] – the eternal Logos – liveth in me. ” (Gal 2:20).
“This blog photo recalls an old Zen story, about a lion who was brought up by sheep and who thought he was a sheep until an old lion captured him and took him to a pond, where he showed him his own reflection. Many of us are like this lion-the image we have of ourselves comes not from our own direct experience, but from the opinions of others. A ‘personality’ imposed from the outside replaces the individuality that could have grown from within. We become just another sheep in the herd, unable to move freely, and unconscious of our own true identity.” -Zen Tarot
Dark Lords Of The Sith (Seth): Apprentices of Evil (Isfet)
By Metaphysics (2009)
Isfet is a form of destructive chaos, uncreation, un-naming. It is personified in Apep (Apophis), the great serpent that tries to devour the sunboat while it is travelling in the underworld at night. As such, the great serpent which we all, Names and humans alike, fight each day. It is imbalance or impurity, destructive power, and worse – it’s “uncreation”. How isfet manifests in each person’s life will be different, but many people can identify the sort of turmoil that leaves them feeling undone, as if their sense of self is being stripped away and destroyed, their sense of identity: that is isfet. Isfet acts counter to ma’at. Continue reading →
At its height, the Kanem Empire encompassed an area covering not only much of Chad but also parts of southern Libya (Fezzan) and eastern Niger, northeastern Nigeria and northern Cameroon. The empire reportedly was able to field 40,000 cavalry. By the late 11th century, the Islamic Sayfawa (Saifawa) dynasty was founded by Humai (Hummay) ibn Salamna. The Sayfawa Dynasty ruled for 771 years, making it one of the longest-lasting dynasties in human history.
Instructions: 26 Characteristics of Great Leaders
By Zion – University of KMT
1) Study, master the fundamentals of every area of life and living.
2) Be clear on principles. Never straddle the fence. Never sell your soul. Set high standards. In doing so, you will be better able to know how to deal with others, various people and in various situations.
3) Seriously understand what you are up against. Know what time it is, what conditions you face, what you have and what they have. Prepare meticulously. African people have generally not taken revolution seriously, nor have we taken seriously what must be done to correct our historic problem. Continue reading →