Police shootings, Baptism, Jesus and Christ Consciousness
The police shootings are a baptism for the African diaspora in America and the country of the United States of America. Allow me to explain.
People of the African diaspora have always been a deeply spiritual people. Because of systematic racism propagated around the world on POC religious and spiritual systems have been a source of relief and hope for the better.
The problem with accepting the religious system in America is it was formulated and promoted to Africans in America as a tool to subdue and mentally castigate a people.
Until we start to rediscover the spiritual system meant to...
Ancient Egyptians and natural symbols expressing abstract ideas: The Neter Anpu (Anubis)
Ancient Egyptians used symbols from nature to express abstract concepts. The ancient Egyptian Neter Anubis (Greek) or Anpu (Egyptian) is known as the guardian of the dead. Anpu is as a neter that goes back into pre-historic times. In ancient inner Africa this neter was first represented by the jackal before the domestication of the dog.
Most people will pass along the idea that Anpu and other neters were deities worshiped by the ancient Egyptians. This is not true. We have a tendency or bias in seeing ancient civilizations as primitive, and primitive being synonymous with ignorant and superstitious compared to our modern civilization.
We also assume that every civilization in the past thought about the world and life as we do today. Both these assumptions will lead you to erroneous conclusion about what the ancient Egyptians believed about the neters they represented in their art and...
A Christian view of change vs the ancient African paradigm
As a Christian, we are taught that God will smite our enemies for us. In psychological terms it's an external locus of control. A person and a culture that looks outside itself to effect change in circumstances and life are powerless.
On a deeper level what does it say about a culture that prays for change to a God that looks like the oppressor? Psychologically what does that do to a person on the inside?
Ancient Africans had a different perspective. Why do I bring up ancient Africans? because as a member of the African diaspora I recognize that so much of what we have been taught is based in the belief that we should hate who we are and love what we are not.
These messages have been indoctrinated in our culture for hundreds of years through a religious system that is no more than repackaged African spirituality given back to us as a religion of men that didn't always understand the depth of what our ancestors...
Khemetic Science: What's the difference between being KRST-like and Jesus
Being KRST-like is an empowering state, but trying to be like Jesus is an impossible achievement. Knowing the difference will mean powerful personal transformation for 2019 or being stuck at your 2018 level.
As a Christian Jesus was the ultimate example that we all should aspire to be like. Jesus is seen as perfect in every way. He is man and God. From the Christian perspective, he could do no wrong. Ideally, from a Christian perspective, it's a great move to continually strive to be like Jesus. However, in reality, psychologically it's a battle that can never be won. Being like Jesus is a different goal than being KRST-like.
But the ancient Africans didn't view Christ as a historical personage. First of all, Christ was a title, not a last name. It was a concept within the Khemetic principle of universal cycles that was part of being a soul having a human experience. They named this cycle Ausar.
Relationships are a mirror
Everybody has issues within themselves. There will be conflict between two people that each have a brain. It is inevitable. Hollywood will make you believe there is this one perfect person that heavens will open up and a light will shine on them and all will be perfect. They call them a soul mate.
It is an unrealistic portrayal of relationships. With African spirituality there is the knowledge that everyone is an aspect of the source. Another way of saying that is we are reflections of that source.
A deeper way the ancient Africans saw this idea is that each of us is a symbol of the source in a different form. In ancient Kemetic science the source is all there is and it is today what we call vibration.
That means that anyone you are in a relationship with is a reflection of the source that is symbolic of your vibration.
Anyone that is in your experience is on some level symbolic of the essence of who you are, which is vibration.
The ancient Africans...
How to find your life purpose: A Kemetic perspective
Have you come to a place where you are asking what is your life purpose? When I was Christian that was a really easy question to answer but not always simple to apply, in my life, on a daily basis.
As a Christian, the easy premade answer to what is the purpose of my life was to "serve the will of God." There! That's it! Serve God. BUT!
What does that mean for me specifically is where it got difficult. How could I know the will of God? Would "He" come down and tell me or send a messenger?
As a Christian, this was difficult because I constantly had to check with something or someone to determine the will of God. This caused internal conflict and lowered spiritual esteem. The idea of serving God is a Christian fallacy...
African Spiritual Science: The Ausar principle simplified
Ausar is a really simple principle or universal law
Ausar is a universal principle. On a Natual level, it is the cycle of life, death, and regeneration. Another way to think of this principle is the principle of natural order. Nature was ancient Africans first teacher.
Ausar as a principle is so complex that it doesn't fit neatly into a hierarchy of Neters.
We see one example of the Ausar principle represented in nature as vegetation that dies and is reborn anew each spring. Auset is mother nature or the container for the seed, Ausar is all that is natural and cyclical, Heru is what is born new or regenerated from the seed or potential within Ausar. Heru "reveals the face of his father." In other words, we can only know what is in the seed based on the fruit it produces.
Ausar, Auset, and Heru is also one of many trinities within African spiritual science. The Trinity was a framework in which to understand how nature...
Christian history that originated as Egyptian myth
The Egyptian neter Ausar (Greek Osiris) was one of the most widely known. Christianity owes its foundation to this neter. Tracing the history of the origins of Christianity will give much light to the true meaning of many dogmatic doctrines that separate humanity.
In The ancient Egyptian Mystery systems, there were two levels of knowledge taught. The first level was called the lesser mysteries which were based on nature, myths and local customs surrounding the myths.
The second level was the greater mysteries based on Eschatology which is the study of the afterlife.
Today we will focus on the lesser mystery and its connection to Christianity.
The knowledge in the bible was stolen esoteric wisdom meant to empower Africans and twisted to enslave our ancestors
What is ancient Khemet?
For most people, ancient Kemet is synonymous with Egypt. Egypt definitely owes a lot of its culture to Kemet. However, Kemet is the name for an area in Africa that "bubbled" up from the southern Nile river valley all the way into present-day Egypt.
Ancient Kemet from the African rift valley up the Nile river
"Nubia (present-day Sudan) is the mother of Egyptian Knowledge, Ethiopia is the daughter, and Somalia, Kenya, and Uganda is the grandmother." - Egyptologist Dr. Yosef Ben Jochonnan
In other words, the knowledge you now see on the walls of ancient Egypt originated within interior Africa.
How to apply the Neter Seth
In my workshop on a recent evening we got into the discussion about energy being the essence of all things. In Khemet this was recognized in the mythological story of the Grand Ennead. The Grand Ennead is truly the idea of Universal Laws put into story form for consumption of the initiates. Four of those Ennead are Seth and Nephtys the brother and sister of Ausar (Osiris) and Auset (Isis). These sets of brothers and sisters husband and wives represent opposites or contrasts.
These sets of brothers and sisters, husband and wives represent opposites or contrasts to each other. Of course, an elaborate myth has grown around them over the years that lost the original intent and meaning and essentially obscured the fundamental principles they are meant to express. That principle is for anything to be created there has to be two forces (energies) in opposition to the other.
WHAT DID ANCIENT AFRICANS BELIEVE BEFORE CHRISTIANITY?