Alive In Death

sam-mosher-lois-greenfield-1995Alive in Death
By Sekhemu, 2006

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

For the Whooly-Haired – 3

Two Lines of GenesisBible Interpretations and Explanations, Booklet Two
By Dr Malachi  Z York
Those Who Care (1968)

Part 1, 2,4

What are mercy, forgiveness, and justice?

64. MERCY is DEFERMENT OF JUSTICE until a later time. Then justice will fall upon the individual guilty one himself (or herself) or upon his or her seed or kind, because each and every one of a kind is one flesh and blood, for they sprang from the same ancestral tree or origin. FORGIVENESS is TEMPORARY TRANSFERMENT OF GUILT from the guilty one to the forgiver. However, forgiveness does not free the guilty from his or her wrong-doing because, according to the laws of Nature, the guilty one MUST ACCOUNT for his or her wrongness’s, personally, or the guilty one’s seed or kind must do so. Forgiveness means to take the guilt of someone upon self, and thereby the forgiver becomes an accomplice of the guilty, therefore, his penalty or punishment is the same as the guilty, but the forgiver’s punishment comes before that of the guilty. But the punishment of the forgiver comes before that of the guilty, because the act of the forgiver is a temporary transferment of the guilt to himself or herself, meaning, the Continue reading

Remembering Madiba

Lateral Love

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When our son was 3 years old he saw Madiba’s image on a book we have in our room.

He got the book down and asked me, “Mum, what is this man’s name again?” like he knew him really well but just couldn’t put his finger on it.

I said to him “that’s Nelson Mandela darling.”

And he replied “Ooooh … that’s right. You know what Mum? … he has helped so many people right around the world, and he is one of my heroes”.

I had never talked to our young man about who Madiba was or what he meant to me personally.

He will be 4 soon and will be sad to hear of the passing of one of his ‘heroes’.

Yours in unity through lateral love and spirit of care,

Nicola Butler – 6th December 2013

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York on Six and Nine Ether

Whitened Buddha Jhwsun6 Ether, The Original Man, And Mankind
By Dr. Malachi Z. York

Now we will deal with the digit six (6) which is the digit (9) upside down like NU=9 and ZU=6 or for the sake of identity, we will call NOUS and ZEUS. In this we see that 6 is the opposite of 9 and that it also means that the power of six is sex and the power of nine is mind.

Since 9 and 6 are opposites, one has to represent life and and the other death; one has to represent order and the other disorder; one must represent the standard in Nature and the other substandard; one must represent the Sun and the other the Moon et cetera. Therefore, just as the Sun is opposite of the Moon, Ptahkind is is the opposite of mankind. Ptahkind is all people with genuinely kinky or kingly hair by Nature, and mankind are all peoples with straight hair by Nature. Continue reading

The Color of Death

Burial ceremonyA Closer Look: The Tradition of African-American Burials

One of the most direct and unaltered visual manifestations of African influence on the culture of African-Americans in the United States is found in the social behaviors centered on funerals.

In many rural graveyards across the South and many urban cemeteries in the North and far West, Black Americans mark final resting places of loved ones in a distinctive manner. While standard markers or floral arrangements are used, the personal property of the deceased is often placed atop the grave; these range from things like a single emblematic item such as a pitcher or vase, to an inventory of the dead person’s household goods. Continue reading