The lower self-confidence the lower the ability to determine value
Those who know the cost of everything but the value of nothing.
When you think about its value is something that is totally subjective. A person that does not have the ability to evaluate the worth of something for themselves has a difficult time in areas that don’t have set prices.
These types of people if they have ever considered it, find investing is say real estate a very difficult proposition.
A set price means that everyone else is paying the same thing. Therefore you know the cost of it relative to what everyone else is paying. For a person with low self-esteem, price brings them comfort. How would you feel about yourself if you ended up paying more for something than everyone else? Probably not too good.
That person would feel cheated in some way.
Because they are unable to determine the value of something for themselves they feel good that everyone else is paying the same price.
Revealing the divine Ka in the triad of the human soul and gaining superhuman powers
Your Christian friends probably think you're crazy, right? How could you start questioning the Bible and Christian teachings?
Have you failed miserably, by Christian standards, to follow the rules and doctrines that are humanly impossible to adhere to? Have you judged yourself in a way that causes you to see yourself as broken and damaged because you couldn't live up to those standards?
In this article, you will get a basic primer on the false Christian idea of the soul that will give you clarity on why you want to learn and follow this concept minus the dogma and judgment.
Most people follow Christian teachings with the idea that the reward is to unite with the "Father in heaven" while many others just see the teachings as a bunch of rules that keep...
Kemetic Spiritual Science: Wakanda and African beliefs before colonization
The Black Panther Movie was fantastic! I love how the characters and storylines were developed. I loved the depth and beautifully complex narrative presented in the movie. The Hero and the villain were Black which blurred the lines between good and evil within complex layers of humanity.
I had to cheer for the villain when his dying wish was:
Nah, bury me in the ocean with my ancestors that jumped from the ships because they knew death was better than bondage."
I was like, DAAAYYYUUUM! That line sent chills through me because I could identify with how he was thinking.
I loved the Scenery of Wakanda and the costumes. Going into the...
African spiritual science: Greek error and the human like God
Greek historian Herodotus
Through Greek and then Roman error we were taught a God that is like a human. Ancient Africans would see our modern way of Characterizing God as a “he,” "jealous," "angry," "vengeful," "merciful," "loving," and having a chosen people as a childlike understanding.
The ancient Africans anthropomorphized the functions of the universe by characterizing them as human-like for comparison to grasp an abstract concept. The Greeks learned their ideas from the ancient Egyptians. Through much study, it is painfully evident that they just didn’t understand what the Ancient Africans were expressing through numerology, myth, astrology etc. The Greeks and Romans humanized the Universe. The gods interacted with humans, having children etc.
African Spiritual Science: God hates pride is a lie
God hates pride. As a Christian, I was taught this idea. To equate yourself with God was committing that worst of sins, having an overblown ego filled with the sin of pride.
This is based on the Christian doctrine of the "Seven deadly sins." These sins are not listed as a group anywhere in the bible. That's simply because they were never part of the original teachings of spiritual science that originated in Africa. It is documented but not well known that Christianity is based on a fringe part of African spiritual science.
Why do priests wear robes?
Why do priests wear robes that look like a dress? And why do some Protestant preachers do the same?
The tradition goes back to early Catholicism and many Protestant denominations kept many Catholic traditions. Ancient African Kemet is the source of the robes tradition. The Christians are copying a Kemetic symbolic expression.
Ever wonder why Ausar and Ptah (another Christian connection on that later) is represented symbolically with one leg? One leg in the Kemetic and African symbolic framework is representative of the idea of a soul being genderless. Early Christian fathers got many of their ideas from the Greek Gnostics who studied under the Egyptians. Ancient Egypt was the “Holy land” of the ancient world.
Always expecting the hookup exposes your negative self-image
As a black person, when you immediately ask or expect a black business owner to "hook you up" or that what they offer should be free of charge is a reflection of how you value that owner and their service. Subliminally, it is a reflection of your own negative self-image.
It's based in being mentally conditioned in a way that makes it difficult for you to determine value.
You probably have never considered the underlying belief system and mentality when you go to someone black, in business, and ask for discounts (the hookup)? Most people think they are asking for a favor in getting a discount for the product or services the owner offers.
Why does love hurt so much?
In ancient Egypt, the Trinity was a very common concept. As Christians, we only think in terms of a trinity of the creator as Father, son, and the holy spirit. As a science formula of the neters it actually applicable to daily life in understanding how we can operate mentally. Also as a way to diagnose our interactions within our relationships.
Scientifically a relationship has to be established between opposing (dual) forces. One becomes two and simultaneously a third aspect is formed that has to reconcile the opposites. That third aspect is the relationship. It reconciles the opposites.
That third aspect isn’t tangible and can birth new relationships because it is in constant reformulation depending on the opposition.
How the cross is connected to Egyptian symbolism
The double crossing is the foundation of consciousness
The Christin cross is Egyptian Symbolism. The basis of all Egyptian symbolism and myth is numerology. The foundation of the bible is Egyptian mythology, therefore, the foundation of the bible is numerology. Christian fathers knew this. But, they mistook Gnostic allegories as a real person. The number 5 is active, volatile, creative, life, resurrection, re-erection (Heru).
The number 5 is masculine, active, volatile, creative, life, resurrection, re-erection (Heru).
Auset feminine is 2 squared and feminine.
Ausar is 3. Heru the "child", is the addition of "mother" and "father" or 2 plus 3 which equals 5. See Virgin birth, and resurrection.
The ancient Egyptians taught that every phenomenon is a reactive effect. In other words, there must be opposition or duality in order to have an experience.
To explain that idea via an analogy it is like trying to make a clapping sound with one...
Egyptian myth is the foundation of the trinity
The trinity is based in metaphysics
As Christians, we had reverence for the trinity. The idea comes from the Egyptian roots of Christianity. The meme is a personification of nature.
In modern terms, we would say it is personification of universal laws. Auset would equate to our idea of "mother nature." Ausar would be "father time." he is the principle of the cycle of death, birth, and regeneration personified.
From this myth comes Christian ideas of resurrection, the Virgin birth, Christ, the son/sun of God, salvation, the lamb of...