Justice Comes From JUST-US

19 05 2018

Hetepu (Peace & Blessings) Family.

I have been away for a minute trying to finish a couple of projects that I had going on.  I wanted to post earlier when there were some celebrities making some controversial statements but I decided to hold my ground and just observe how things played out. And, a good thing I did because the more I sat back and just watched events unfold. The more I began to realize something, which is that this world is really an illusion and it finally hit me when I watched the Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino’s “This is America.”

Ok. This is not the first time I have mentioned this. The first few times I wrote about this, I really thought I knew it was an illusion was.  In fact, when my Ancestors gave me the Maa Aankh and told me “Rau Khu! TASETT is an illusion like living in a desert.” I really thought I understood what they were saying but I didn’t get it until I saw a glitch in the mirage.

When I looked at the flaw I started to notice all of the reports of police brutality that have been surfacing on the Internet. Now, “they” would like you to believe that police brutality just started a few years ago, but we know that police brutality has been a problem for at least a century. When the Rodney King beating was caught on video, that should have made people throughout the world aware that the U.S. is a very violent country, but that event was treated like an isolated incident. Then, a few years ago people started taking note again of all of the people abused and dying due to police brutality. The interesting thing is that just like during the Rodney King incident where the police were acquitted for victimizing us, the police are being acquitted in the same manner.  They are being let go from their jobs and going somewhere else where they can start the process all over again.

In fact, the only difference between the police brutality then and the crimes being reported now is that more of it is being caught on camera but, still there is no change. No justice and this is what made me ask. “Why are they constantly reporting police brutality if they are not going to give the people justice?”

The answer that came back to me is that it is to motivate us into a particular direction. What is that direction you ask? It is total obedience. I mean every week they are reporting about someone else who is being victimized as if they are trying to desensitize the rest of the world to our cause. If things continue to go the way they will portray us as Hitler did the Jews, as the patsy for the downfall of humanity.

They know how to rouse us. In the Story of Osar, Set knew Osar’s exact measurements for him to fit inside the chest, which became his coffin.  They know that if they do something unjust, that folks are going to get angry and take to the streets in marching. If they put someone up to say something controversial. Folks are going to take to social media and move to do x, y or z. When they want a certain person in office they do a poll to see who can get the most thumbs up or thumbs down and they back that horse. They know that if they do not put certain people in movies that people are not going to stop going to the movies to escape.  They only practice inclusiveness so that you don’t realize and say, “I am SLAVE.”

Slavery takes many forms Family. Slavery is not just physical. There is emotional, mental and spiritual slavery.  There is financial slavery, religious slavery, relationship slavery, etc.  The reason we keep getting the same raw deal is because many of us have not woke up and realized we are still slaves. Understand. You can treat a slave any way you like because what are they going to do when the only thing the slave knows is what the slave master taught it.

Think about it. The only reason people march, protest and boycott is because the slave master taught their slaves not to complain in a violent manner. The first person to protest nonviolently was the racist Gandhi and they taught everyone to follow suit because the external “God” is on the side of the righteous and “God” will fight your battles. So, a guy comes into our church and shoots men, women and children and people don’t get angry. No, they protest peacefully? They say, “Oh, I forgive you and I will pray for you.”I mean seriously, if you have protest to get someone to stop harming you apparently they never saw your life is being relevant in the first place. This is like a fly protesting against a flyswatter.  

Do you not see that that response is not natural? Everything in this universe has the right to exist and defend itself but we are the only ones who do not want to talk about slavery and let bygones-be-bygones. We are the only ones who want to make jokes about this horrific time period and encourage others to make dumb comments as well. We are the only ones who do not want to remember our glorious past but instead wait for the oppressor to teach us. If they announced on the news that the Ancient Egyptians were black, then we would celebrate and start believing but it ain’t going to happen because they don’t want to free us from the slavery we are in.

Think about it.  Would Kayne West had made that remark about the Jewish Holocaust? How come he didn’t ask, “Jewish people gave up their guns so that Hitler could kill them, that sounds like a choice?”

Because the Jewish people would have been on his ass! The Jewish people keep writing books, movies and telling the stories of survivors to make sure that event will never repeat itself. They have built an entire way of life celebrating their culture and reminding one another so that history does not repeat itself and they will never be vulnerable again.

Do you see where I am going with this? We are all living in an illusion. Think about this. When it comes to history why do we  celebrate the stories of our people who made our oppressors’ life better. Yes, George Washington Carver, Charles Drew, Garret Morgan, Phyllis Wheatley, Madam Walker, and many others have done great things, but none of the money they made improved our condition. I mean if we had had one of George Washington Carver’s peanut patents, we would have been close to set but he didn’t leave any of that for us.  In fact, most of our millionaires sell their companies to their competitors and don’t build up our community. Yet we celebrate and honor these individuals but why when all they have done is proven that we can improve the life of our oppressor but not our own. Yes, Black History as we know it is BS because it is not empowering us. Who gives a damn about a traffic light that is being used all over the world by people who don’t give a damn about the people who made it. I mean unless they put Garret Morgan’s name on the GREEN light so before people go they are reminded “BLACK FOLKS made your driving experience SAFE.” This is a tidbit of information that is hurting our youth, which is the reason they don’t take to it. Telling people about the traffic light is similar to telling people the Ancient Egyptians were black. Great news but it does not improve our situation because it is only used to recite a list of names and dates.

Do you see the illusion?  They got us focusing on BS and then we are wondering why are condition has not changed.

Do you understand why they will never get rid of christopher columbus Day even though all the records indicate that he has not discovered a damn thing? Do you know why they celebrate washington, jefferson and all of the lives of these people? It is because these people pushed their oppressive agenda and furthered their peoples’ cause.  They are honored and got a day, street, building, etc. named after them because they helped to build this world we are in or better yet, their matrix (system). We are fighting to be a part of world that was not created for us. This is why we will never receive any justice in their system. We will never receive any JUSTICE in their system because it is JUST US!

We were brought here to be the batteries of their system.  To make products, inventions, etc. for them freely. To fuel their economy, industry and every other system they have created. Does it not make sense why every invention we have made, we may have been given recognition but the profits and everything from it were stolen?  Every time we tried to come up they crushed us. I mean if the kkk hates us so much then why don’t they just leave us alone? It is because they were created to incite fear so that we remember that we are nothing more than slaves.

Our problem is that we refuse to acknowledge like the Jewish people realized after they got tired that the Power of the Divine is within and if we don’t like something we can change it, because change starts first in the mind.

In the Story of Osar, Hru (Horus) fought Set but the battles either ended in a stalemate or with Set being the victor. It wasn’t until Hru retreated and fled to get help from Djahuti, who repaired Hru’s gouged eye, that it was revealed to the avenging prince. The reason Hru could not defeat Set was because he was fighting his enemy materialistically. In other words, Hru was under the impression that since Set had weapons, so he needed weapons. Since Set had agents, well Hru I imagined wanted agents. Basically, everything Set did Hru would try to best him to defeat him.

Djahuti told him which can be paraphrased by Albert Einstein, “You can’t solve problems using the same thinking that created them.”

We all know that this society is very wicked so why do we put faith in their god, legal system, politics, economy, etc.? It is because that is how ‘they’ taught us.

Read the history Family.

Praying to some external god outside of us has not solved anything. We have tried all of these monotheistic religions and where have they gotten us?  Marching ain’t solved nothing. We know this because we are living in the post-Civil Rights era now. Voting has not solved anything because we saw Obama, Clinton and all of these politicians whom we put in office turn their back on us.  Money has not solved anything because we had our own cities. We had several Black Wall Streets and they bombed it.  Having weapons has not solved anything because they got more than us and even when we have licenses, they still twist it in their favor. By the way, where was the NRA in the Philando Castille case?

I am trying to get you to see Family that this is all a BS illusion to make us believe that we are not their slaves.  We have done all of this and even tried their democracy, communism, socialism, etc. and we still ain’t gotten anywhere because we are using the same thinking to solve the problem that created the problem. We are reacting in a reactionary world because that is what ‘they’ taught us to do.

So, all of this will come to an end when we say, “Enough is enough!”

There is only one way to break out of this system and that is through magick, which is the very thing that they discourage us from using. If there is anything we should have learned from the Nat Turner Revolt is that their religion does not work for us, no matter how much we tweak it, because it was created for social control or social slavery.

What is magick?

Simply put, it is the ability to manifest your will. When you do magick you are basically handing an idea or belief of what you want to the most powerful part of your being, your Higher Self or Superconscious part (BA) of your being, symbolized as Osar, which was given us to by our Ancestors. This is the reason Osar is the Lord of the Underworld or Ancestral Realm. In other words, you are handing your intention to the Black side of your mind and Universe.

This is alluded to in the Story of Osar when Djahuti calls up Osar to speak from beyond the grave. Hru defeated Set because his Ancestor (Osar) interceded on his behalf. In other words, Djahuti gave the issue to the Black part of the mind, which is symbolized on the Maa Aankh as KAMTA (the Black Lands).

Yes, our Kemetic ancestors have been telling us this all the time but there were agents who kept distracting us from the deeper truth.  By getting us to focus on superficialities, by saying Kemet refers to the black soil and is a reference to the skin color of the people. The Kemetic people didn’t think so lowly about themselves. They were higher thinkers and understood that the Black and Darkness of Universe was their birthplace.  They were telling us from the start, “We are GODS/GODDESSES.”

What this means is that if you have a problem and you walk down the street and pick up a pebble. If you name the pebble after your problem and throw it behind your shoulder in full confidence that a solution will come. A solution will appear because you gave it to the BLACK (KAMTA).  If you carve on a candle what you want, burn it and leave to extinguish itself, you are sending the request to the blackness of your mind/universe. When you offer candles and other offerings to your ancestors, you are calling upon the powers within the BLACK to birth a solution.

Everything comes from the Black. Seeds gestate out of the black and become plants. Embryos come out of the dark and born in the world of Light, and so on.  Everything comes from the Black because out of nothing (Nyun) comes something.  Our Kemetic ancestors understood this and this is why their creation stories begin by saying Nebertchar – The Lord of Everything (Supreme Being) first came into existence and established Maa (Law) out of nothing.

It should become clear that the reason they say don’t in our spiritual systems don’t look back after you give an offering at the crossroad, the river, the ocean, the forest, etc. is because once you do.  You bring your intention back out of the BLACK and into our awareness where our subconscious will try to solve the problem.  The subconscious part of our being also called our lower self is symbolized by Set, who is the ruler of this BS illusion we are living in. That’s why we can’t solve any problems by just thinking, talking and marching. They created this society this way so that we could not go to the BLACK, which means when we keep focusing on our problems by complaining and discussing it. The problem never gets a chance to be worked on in the BLACK or said another way. The problem is not worked on by our Ancestors, Spirits, Gods, etc.

Just in case you are wondering, Yes the enemy knows that our magick works, which is the reason they brought us here and discouraged us from using.  I mentioned before, in the “How to Defeat the enemy/hidden hand” that we have been here for a very long time. We have incarnated back to this planet numerous times and the reason we are proficient in magick is because each time we came back we brought that experience with us. The enemy know this and that’s why they keep telling us our history began as slaves and not in Kush and Kemet, they don’t want us to remember.  They enslaved us because they did not want to go through all the steps to develop as we and other indigenous people had done.

Do you see the Story of Osar is playing out now? Yes, the younger murdered their elder brother because they are cheaters trying to capitalize off of our ancestral power (Osar).  They want the power but none of the responsibility that comes along with it. They want to get it the easy way.  They want to strip everything of its natural ability and make their own processed way the same way cocaine is processed. (Sidebar: cocaine in its natural and unprocessed state is safe, non-habit forming and safe to ingest, but when it is processed it becomes a drug like sugar, white flour, etc.that causes various health ills.) In fact, everything that they touch, they process because their nature is to destroy and deconstruct it.

This is why I say, the hell with saving their world. Been there. Done that and every time we save them, they give us the boot as soon as they get what they want. Not this time.

HRU (Heru, Horus)

Y’all, as descendants of Hru it is time to build our reality. You want folks to stop killing in your community. Imagine your community already being safe. Don’t focus on how it is going to happen. That’s not your job GODMAN and GODWOMAN. Let the Spirits, your Osar do the work.

I always go back to when I had to heal my body to make myself walk. I did not focus on what the doctors said or anything else. I visualized dancing and running as if I did not even become ill.  Whenever, a discouraging thought came to mind, I repeated “Thank you for perfect health” understanding that this was part of the process. I kept that focus and did not think about how it was going to happen. Then, the next thing you know, I had to go down stairs to prevent the basement from flooding and I ran up and down stairs at least four times. It was on the fourth run, that it dawned on me that my magic worked and my legs were healed.

I brought that into my present reality. I planted the seed in the DARK and it grew. That was my miracle that made me realize that I am GOD and I know because of that experience that the CREATOR allows us to experience one miracle so that we understand that magick is possible.

I know we can change this reality and we better because time is running out. These fools are close to perfecting their Eyes Wide Shut rituals and are preparing to go to war with the REAL GODZ and GODDESSEZ of the planet, US.

So, if you are claiming to be down with this then you need to get into your magick. Djahuti told us, we can’t fight Set the way he fights us. We got to use our magick because it is our only recourse.

Hetep.

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I Was A God Before I Was a Berber, Muslim, Moor, Christian, Hebrew, Alien, etc.

17 04 2018

Hetepu (Peace & Blessings) Family.

I have been asked by a lot of Family on some of the claims that we were originally Moors, Muslims and/or Hebrews, Alien, Atlantean (Atlantis), etc. prior to being brought to the Americas.  Previously, I would shun away from these discussions because personally I could never see how any of it was practical and could empower me and my loved ones. I respect everyone’s beliefs and ideas, and if something works for you, so be it.  But I have had trolls try their best to sabotage this Kemetic spiritual movement, by posting all sorts of unchecked facts and ridiculing the sacrifices that our ancestors have made for the liberties we have. It is sad, that these individuals prefer to waste the opportunities that our ancestors had sacrifice for us to have by standing on the corner and shouting out rhetoric or troll sites focused on true empowerment. So, here is what I have learned and really why I believe many of these people who claim to be conscious do not want us to know about the truth about Traditional African Culture.

The Moorish Christian War

Before we begin, the Moors is the term that was used to describe those African, Arabs and Europeans who converted to Islam.  They were originally called Berbers which is an ancient Egyptian word meaning “outlander.” Initially the Berbers were called Mauri because they were inhabitants of the Roman colony Mauretania Caesariensis which later became Mauritius. This area consisted primarily of modern Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Tunisia and Mauritania, which is the reason the people were called Mauri.  The Greek name for this Berber tribe was Maurusi.  The Spaniards however referred to them as Morenos, the Portuguese said Mouros, while the English simply called them Moors.

Now, the Moors were the custodians of the Kemetic spiritual sciences after Kemet had fallen and they used this knowledge to build the Moorish Empire.  The Moorish Empire included Spain, Portugal, and Sicily.  The Moors ruled Spain from around 700 A.D. and were the ones responsible for bringing Europe, out of the “Dark Ages.”

But everyone was not happy with the Moors because unbeknownst to them.  There was a plot by the Christian Europeans (Spaniards, Italians and the French) to rid Spain of them and around 1482, they succeeded. It is not exactly known why the Europeans wanted to rid themselves of the Moors because during this time Europeans were not color conscious as they are today, and the Moors were seen as their saviors.  However, it is believed that it was due to the Moorish strict Islamic laws. Europe, you will recall was in poverty and the cheapest meat at that time was pork, but under Moorish law they could not consume it. So, it is possible that the coup d’état was driven by European hunger.  Whatever the case, to celebrate the expulsion of the Moors, the people ate pork. To this day, Spain is known for its special breed of pork from Iberia. Another popular Spanish celebration to commemorate the expulsion of the Moors is the Running of the Bulls, thus indicating through symbolism that Moorish rule was most likely viewed by most Europeans as being cruel and tyrannical. This would also explain the reason why similar traditions were created in other Spanish controlled areas such as bull fighting in Mexico.

In fact, most (if not all) the carnival celebrations began to commemorate the expulsion of the Moors and the acceptance of Roman Catholicism, which is the reason these celebrations continue to this day in territories that have a high concentration of Spanish and Portuguese influences and are Catholic. In most of these carnivals, the antagonist was always portrayed as black in color to symbolize the Moors.

It wouldn’t be long after that other Europeans unfamiliar with the Moorish and Christian war would join in and see the black antagonist and assume it was about all black people. In fact, many of the blacks in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominica and even the Mardi Gras Indians who were aware of the racist undertone changed the carnival theme to celebrate their collaboration with the Amerindians to end of slavery.

Upon defeating the Moors, the Spaniards gave them two alternatives which was to either return to Islamic countries where they came from or denounce their faith, accept Christianity.  While some stayed, most of the Moors settled in Morocco where they along with Arab traders participated in the Arab-Slave trade, which enslaved Africans throughout the Sahara and continues to this day.

The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

After the Spaniards expelled the Moors, they took their sciences, maps and information about navigation to come to what they called the New World. Again, the question that we must ask is why? Historical records indicate that the Europeans began exploring because of the lack of food. Europe remember was in the “Dark Ages” and there was a severe food shortage because Europe was cut off from the Asian Silk Road.  The Italian Christopher Columbus was bankrolled by the Spaniards and when he set sail, he was trying to reach Japan but landed in the Americas in 1492.  Upon his arrival, Columbus called the people Indian because he was looking for Asia.  Another interesting fact that should be remembered is that after the Europeans came to the Americas, potatoes, corn, tomatoes, and beans, which are all foodstuff native to the Americas became widely available, thus verifying that it was a lack of resources.

As imagined, the Spaniards greatly profited from their exploration, which attracted the attention of the neighbors, the Portuguese who were also once under the Moorish influence.  When the Portuguese set sail, they were initially just exploring and found their way to West Africa so that they could create trade to improve their country’s lot.  Around 1483 the Portuguese encountered the BaKongo in the Kongo-Angolan region.  Astonished by the European technology and culture, the ruling Kongo king converted to Christianity and declared the new faith the state religion. Later, he established a treaty with the Portuguese, which opened the doors for the transatlantic slave trade.

By 1494, the Portuguese had established a strong foothold in West Africa and were regularly trading Africans whom they had captured along the coast.  However, Portuguese traders were enslaving every African they came across and totally breaking the treaty rules. Now, how did the Portuguese know to go to West Africa for slaves? They saw the Moors do it because it was a regular practice to enslave anyone who was not a Moslem, which included the Africans who were initially enslaved first by Arab traders. The Portuguese were attracted to this lucrative industry and their involvement turn it to a global trade.

With the Spanish dominating the Americas and the Portuguese controlling West Africa, an agreement was reached between the two countries. Consequently, the first Africans who were enslaved and taken to the Americas were obviously the people from the Kongo region, which is the reason the Kongo influence in Brazil, Cuba, Haiti, and Jamaica is so prevalent. The first Africans taken to North America were also from the Kongo-Angolan region.  All of these people were captured and sold between the Portuguese and Spaniards.

By the time the other European countries got involved in the slave trade, the war between the Moors and Christians had been long forgotten. The Dutch, French and British simply saw the slave trade as a means to grow their respective country’s wealth.  As a result, all the people with black and brown skinned were seen as primitive Africans and were treated as such.  When these European countries entered the trade, they abducted entire communities, which is the reason we find an extensive number of Yoruba people in Brazil and Cuba, Dahomeans and Fons in Haiti, Akans in Jamaica and so on.

Therefore, it is a myth that most of the slaves brought to the Americas were Moslem.  If this were the case, Islam would have been a thriving religion throughout the Americas but it was not.  Another common myth that some people use to encourage us to join Islam (or some version of it), is based upon Alex Haley’s Roots, which claims that many of the Africans brought to North America were Moslems. Again, the late Bro. Dick Gregory stated that this story was completely fictional.  Some will even state that Joseph Cinqué (c. 1814 – c. 1879) also known as Sengbe Pieh, which the film Amistad was based upon shows that most of the Africans were Moslems, but this is not the case. Also, it should be noted that according to some researchers, when Cinqué returned to Africa he engaged in the trade of slaves according to missionary letters that author William A. Owens, claimed to have.

For the record there were Jewish African who were captured and enslaved as well but they are catching worse hell. Again, were they all Hebrews? Not hardly and using the bible (especially that whole descendants of Ham theory) to justify our presence is a mute point.  Considering the fact that Noah did not curse Ham/Kham or Kem but he cursed Canaan but it ridiculous to even debate this considering the fact that Noah was not even real. The whole Noah Ark story is a colorful metaphor that people have been interpreting literally for hundreds of years. Get real. I would rather embrace a story that verifies my divinity then, someone else’s servant as we have been reduced to by referring to us as Hebrews, Gentiles., etc.  How about call us by the name our Kemetic ancestors called us, “NUK OSAR (I AM GOD).”

Now, lets be clear.  Were there Muslim who were enslaved and taken to the Americas? Absolutely.  Proof of this can be seen in American blues music when compared to Malian music.  Another example of the Islamic influence can be seen in the Afro-Cuban religion Palo Mayombe, where the common greeting is Sala Melecum, Melecum Sala which is the Creolized As Salim Alikum.  But the Palo Mayombe religion is not Islamic, it is very Kongo and is based upon the Kongo Cross (shown below).

The Kongo Cross

There is also an Islamic influence in the Creolized Caribbean Spiritism traditions as well, which verifies that were African Moslems but these traditions do not have a strong Islamic influence.

They have a strong Kongo and Yoruba influence, not Hebrew, not Muslim, etc. Even in North America, Kongo artifacts such as Kongo cosmogram used in the Underground Railroad have been found, not any Islamic or Jewish artifacts.  It was based upon this understanding that led me to see how these Kongo concepts and principles have their roots in Kemet via the Maa Aankh, thus reclaiming our ancestral theology that was lost during slavery.

So, why are all of these people say that we were Muslims, Hebrew or some other fallen and forgotten people?

It is for two reasons:

First), many people say and repeat these myths because they have been succumbed by the erroneous belief that we lost our culture, when in fact. We did not lose our culture, we lost the philosophy and theology behind our culture. Many of our elders have been doing libations, setting plates and honoring our ancestors without even knowing why. If you go to any Black Church, you will see proof that our culture survived.

The Second reason people continue to repeat this myth is because in the minds of most, Africans were and are primitive people living in grass huts.  Traditional African culture is viewed by many as backwards to the point that many are simply ashamed of it.  It is for this reason, contemporary Africans migrating to the U.S. and Europe will not even claim to believe in ancestors or spirits.  Simply put, it is more acceptable and reputable to say that we are Moslem, some distant Jewish people or some other group then, it is to say that we are Yoruba, Akan, Fon, Kongo, or other African people who practice a form of Vodun beliefs.  These so-called “conscious men” do everything within their poser to distance themselves from traditional Africa, which is why you will hear they call Africa terms like Akubulan and Asia, thus claiming we are Asiatic or Afro-Asiatic. If the truth be told, the original names of Africa were Kemet, Kush and Aethiopia. This is what the Greeks called it when they encountered the people from this region but that’s besides the point.  The point is that by claiming we are all of these other labels, we are simply embracing another form of self-hatred.  Let me say it again, all of these labels are another form of SELF-HATRED, pure and simple.

I do not claim any of these labels. I do not even claim to be Kemetic.  For record keeping purposes and for the sake of this discussion, I claim to be an Afrikan in America. All of these people claiming to be this or that are afraid to be God, so they settle for being a Child of God. Not me. My African ancestors created a culture to cultivate our divinity and it was dispersed throughout Sub-Sahara Africa among traditional African people. It was this slavery foolishness and all of these other foreign influences that disrupted our progress as a people. By embracing of the traditional African spirituality, we are able to pick up where we left off.

The question that we should ask is why these people do not want us to claim our traditional African heritage and why do they use the bible, koran or some other “holy” book to justify what they are saying?

It is because of two reasons:

First, they do not want to empower women, which are the critical factors to our spiritual and physical liberation.

Because we live in a male-dominant society, when it comes to Kemet or any other indigenous culture, we always hear about the great men warriors and priests.  But, the first priests of Kemet were actually women, just like the early shamans around the world were women. If you go back and read Greek history you will find that they always talked about the great oracle of Apollo, Delphi, etc. but, what they do not tell you is that the oracles were usually women. Not only that, most of the slave revolts that occurred in the Americas were incited and initially led by women. Women were highly valued in traditional African societies because of their psychic skills, which allowed them to foresee the future.  Hence the importance of Oset (Aset, Auset, Isis), who is honored as the Divine Mother who nurses and births the nation.

Oset and Hru

Understand. We all have psychic abilities, which for most people are in a latent state, but women psychic skills are a little bit more active then most. Most of these male-chauvinistic religions take advantage of women psychic abilities by using their psychic energies just to draw in more devotees and parishioners to make a select few money. Once you have money, you basically have power to do whatever you want. This is reason you do not see any women imans, women rabbis, etc. in these male-dominated religions because they do not want a woman in a position of power.

This is not the case in traditional Afro-Diaspora religions and traditions because women are recognized as a vital part of the whole. In traditional African women are the opposite of the male puzzle necessary for creating life both physically and spiritually. They are the Tefnut to Shu, the Yin to Yang.  A woman with spiritual discipline was highly prized in Africa because through these women psychic abilities, African nations were able to change the course of war.  Remember, the Zulu king, Shaka kaSenzangakhona also known as Shaka Zulu, was guided by an elderly woman, whom European writers said was a spooky witch doctor, but this was all a ploy to discourage the Zulus from embracing their spirituality.

The second reason they want us to forget it so that they can use it for themselves. 

Anyone who has read and studied history knows that the “enemy” is big on culture appropriation. We have seen this with our music, artistic expression, religious beliefs and practices.  Historically what happens is that as soon as we get tired of something because it has been demonized, we abandon it and the culture vultures claim it, flip it and use it to empower them and further oppress us.  This attack on our ancestral spirituality has already began in Haiti where Vodun is the official religion where people are abandoning it and embracing Christianity to escape the stigma.  The same attack is being waged throughout the Afro-Latin America such as in Brazil and Venezuela.

Basically, “they” know that traditional African religions (ATR) and traditional African derived systems/practices (ADS) work. They have known about this for years, which is the reason they continue to demonize them in order to discourage us from returning back to them. Claiming that we were ancient Jews, Muslims, Berbers, Moors, Aliens, people from Atlantis, whatever, are all distractions to discourage us from rediscovering that we are God.   I have yet to see any of these holy books that were written tell me I am God because we as a race of people are older than all of these holy books that these people keep citing.

There is only one holy book that I know of, which they do not want us to read, that tells us “You are a God,” and it is the Pert em Hru (the so-called Egyptian Book of the Dead).  This is the only holy book I am interested in so that I can remind my wife, “Babe, You are a God” and we can instill in our child, “Honey, you are a God.” So, that when we get into a bind, we can invoke our divine powers within and create change.

This is the purpose of spirituality. It is not get out of one religion and join another dogmatic religion. It is to remind yourself who you are, so when these people claim that we are this and that. Know that they are repeating the same rhetoric that was told them because they do not know who they are and are afraid to embrace their divinity.

Hetepu





What “They” Will Not Tell You About Being Conscious

9 04 2018

Hetepu (Peace & Blessings) Family.

There is a lot of confusion about what Kemetic spirituality is because there are a lot of people claiming to be conscious and “woke.”  But, they do not have an idea what the concept means.  A lot of these people are “playing spiritual” and are simply riding the “conscious” bandwagon because it is the “in” thing.  So, let me explain what it really means to be spiritual for the truth seeker.

We are told in this western society that the only reality that exist and is worth mentioning is the physical realm.  As a result, we are educated, taught, trained, etc. to assess, evaluate and measure everything that we encounter based upon our five physical senses. Everything and everyone we meet, we are told to judge them based upon what we see and hear. This approach to life is what is known as Cartesian logic and it is because of this approach, most of us are prone to believe only what we can see and touch.

The problem with this approach is that this western way of thinking it is limited because our universe is not just composed of a physical reality.  Every other non-western culture knows and understands this.  If you pick up a book on feng shui, the first thing the Chinese authors talk about is how the western viewpoint is warped.  If you pick up a book on Hinduism they will say the same thing because there is a spiritual reality that exists as well, which is hidden to our awareness.  The thing we have to understand is that everything that we physically see did not just come into existence.  It manifested itself out of the invisible spiritual reality.  Therefore, we truly “conscious” people believe that the invisible spiritual reality is stronger than the physical reality and this is why we believe we can change our physical environment.  If you do not understand this or know this, you are not being spiritual.

The whole idea of being spiritual is that we know that everything that physically exists is temporary and an illusion. This is why my ancestors told me that the physical realm is TASETT – the Red Lands which is a symbol of a desert because deserts have all sorts of mirages of oasis.  This means regardless of where you were born, what you have done, who your parents are, what side of the town you come from, etc. none of this defines who you are.  ONLY YOU CAN DECIDE WHAT YOU WANT TO BE.

Let me give you an example of what I mean. Some of you have heard my testimony but I have to tell you so that you understand the gravity of the situation. Several years ago, my body was diagnosed with lupus. I remember when the specialist told me that it was lupus, the only thing I could think of was how my fellow Detroiter, J-Dilla, passed away from lupus complications. When I did some research on the ill-ness, I noticed that some people after being diagnosed had all sorts of complications, while others drove this ill-ness into complete remission. This made me think about my Mom and how she overcame cancer. When I asked my Mom how she beat the cancer, she told me that she basically had a talk with God and said that she had too much going on to leave. She said, “I told God, I need you to take this away” and shortly after it was gone.

What my mother did was tap into the spiritual realm and changed her physical reality, which is the same exact thing I did to improve my physical health. I did not rely upon what the doctors told me. I fixed in my mind what I wanted and made it a physical reality. Before this incident, I used to talk being spiritual but after I underwent my experience, I understood and became spiritual. You see, I had to learn the hard way that being consciousness is not about how many books you have read or how many books you got in your library.  But, when the sh*t hits the fan, none of this really matters. I know that our Ancestors are real because I talked to mine and this is how I know it is all about your MIND, which is the Creator’s greatest invention.

The funny thing is that I always have people ask if it was hard? My answer to them is yes, but they are surprised when I tell them that the hardest part was battling my lower self. You see, there were all sorts of negative and depressing ideas and thoughts that were trying to discourage my healing. I cannot even begin to tell you about all of the doubting thoughts that came to my mind and worse yet, the doubting and negative thoughts and energies that came from other people. Some of these negative energies were intentional but most were unintentional negative vibes that did not want me to recover. It was a serious battle but I managed to look pass the illusions and this is how I began to perceive the spiritual reality.  As I mentally fought these negative thoughts and energies, that is when I discovered that there is a spiritual realm for myself. Then, through my ancestors I discovered the Maa Aankh and learned that the physical realm corresponds to the subconscious part of our being, hence TASETT.

Maa Aankh

The purpose of our lower self or subconscious is to help us to physically survive by recording our personal experience in our memories. It is because of our lower self or subconscious, we do not put our hands into a fire because it reminds us that if we do we will burn ourselves. But, when the subconscious gets stuck with an idea or thought and refuses to change, that is when things become disastrous. For instance, imagine being afraid of fire after touching it.  As you could imagine, you would never cook your food, warm your house, warm yourself, etc. because of your fear that fire burns.

This perspective is totally dangerous because just like the physical realm, our subconscious is lopsided and does not see the complete view of the whole.  Our subconscious only can give us limited ideas from our personal experiences.  In other words, if you have never personally experienced something then you cannot comment on it.  We got a lot of people claiming they are spiritual gurus but all they have done is read a bunch of books.  A lot of these people do not even know what cosmologics is because if they did, they would not be worried about what the president does and giving into all of their fears. If you claim that the Supreme Being is Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent then, you should know that we’re going to be Alright! All we have to do is seek a solution to our problems from within.  In other words, if an individual is truly about being spiritual, it will reflect in their life.  For the record, I have had my share of following fakes, which is why I am trying to get us to stop giving our power away and expecting people to save us.  Instead focus on saving our self!

This is the reason our Nilotic ancestors called it Set, which was later modified to Set-an and finally Satan.  Today, most of the world population is controlled by Set who gives us a lopsided view about family, relationships, money, health, education, government, religion, etc.  This is the reason there are so many contradictions that can be found in our health system. It is this same lopsided view, which is the reason all of these medications have adverse reactions and side effects. Relationship problems, such as high divorce rates and the attack on the nuclear family, are all due to this lopsided view given to us by Set, who is none other than our Ego.

Set of TASETT (from Maa Aankh 2)

Does it make sense why all of the violence we see occurring across the country in the school, public spaces, on the Internet, etc. are the ego amped up on 10. I mean have you ever seen so many people just go plum crazy and going berserk over the stupidest things? Have you ever seen so many people full of anger, rage, envy, etc.? It is all because we are all focused on one perspective or seeing the world from this lopsided view. We see only one side of the picture, which is the reason this realm is called TASETT – the Red Lands.  In the Story of Osar (Asar, Ausar or Osiris), this is metaphorized as Hru (Heru, Horus) battling Set and the conflict consistently ending in a stalemate because Hru’s eye was damaged.

So, we’re all living in the last days because we are controlled by our Ego, lower self or Set.  We will never find true peace, true prosperity, true happiness, etc. because no one in this lifetime has ever experienced it and since no one has any personal memories on how to get it. It is a pipe dream.  This is the reason most religious people thrive on devastation and will tell you that we are doomed.  But understand, this is only because these people are affected by Set too and can only see one of the whole picture as well.

Maa Aankh with Utchat

The truth is that we are not in the last days  and here’s where being conscious and spiritual comes into play. We all have a Higher Self and this part of our being is connected to the spiritual realm. Remember, the spiritual is more powerful than the physical, well within our being our Higher Self is more powerful than our lower self. In other words, our Higher Self, which the Kemetic ancestors called Osar trumps Set, but Osar cannot do it alone.

You must consciously and willingly call upon your Higher Self or Osar and when you do your Osar will intervene. This can be accomplished through divination, meditation and rituals. When you perform divination, meditation and rituals, you get to see the other side of reality. You see that things do not just happen. Accidents don’t just occur. Life is not full coincidences. These are all silly things that people say because they have a lopsided view influenced by Set.  If you saw the whole picture, the whole scheme of things, you will know that our world is governed by Cause and Effects. Whenever we see something “suddenly” happen, we are only seeing the Effect and not the Cause.

Divination, meditation and rituals can help you navigate through life. There is no need for Black Lives Matter or to protest when you see the whole picture because when you  inject your Osar into the situation, you can hit the enemy where it hurts. But, as long as we continue to use this lopsided view to solve a lopsided problem, we will continue to get these same half-ass results, like Hru did when he fought Set.

 

Heetepu.





Don’t Forget the Real Reason for the Easter Season

28 03 2018

Hetepu (Peace & Blessings) Family.

Good Friday and Easter are right around the corner. What’s funny about this season is that so-called spiritual people talk about the pagan roots of Easter mentioning how eggs and the cute little bunnies correspond to pagan deities.  But they fail to see the real pagan aspect of this holiday, so let me explain.

Have you ever wondered why the Christian holiday Easter changes dates?  According to the early Christian writers, the death and resurrection of their savior occurred around the Jewish Passover, which is celebrated on the first full moon following the Spring Equinox.  That means “Good” Friday Jesus died and Sunday rose again.

Now, since we’re not pagan and do not believe in worshiping people (or things) who allegedly died for our sins, but understanding the spiritual significance of celestial events. During Spring Equinox, the rays of the sun shine on the earth’s equator making the days and night almost equal.  However, we see Spring Equinox as the return of life, light and warmth from the dark and cold winter. During this time, the days start to become longer and warmer and the nights shorter as we move towards Summer.  The grass begins to grow, trees begin to bud, the birds are chirping, etc. because Spring or Fruitfulness is in the air, hence the reason pre-Christians used rabbits and eggs to symbolize the return of life and festivity from the dreary and cold winter.

Spring or Fertility signifies the return of Life from a presumably metaphorical death.

Metaphorically speaking, we are talking about the Superconscious.

Remember, the Superconscious is the deep part of our being that Ralph Emerson called the oversoul and claimed that all of our power comes from. Napoleon Hill called it the Infinite Intelligence, and our Kemetic ancestors called it the BA.  The Superconscous is the basis of all western religious beliefs but due to a lack of metaphysical understanding, spiritual concepts were interpreted literally. When Jesus speaks of his Father in Heaven, he is not referring to a Deity but his Superconscious in the deepest part of our being.  Jesus even teaches his disciples to talk to their Superconscious by saying, “Our Father who art in Heaven…”

From the Kemetic perspective, Osar (Asar, Ausar or Osiris) is the Lord of the Underworld, the spirit of fertility (symbolized by his green features) and the personification of our Superconscious.  Meaning Osar symbolizes the hidden force responsible for rebirth.  The return of Spring signifies Hru (Hrw, Heru or Horus) defeating Set and restoring the throne of Osar or the return of fertility but spiritually speaking. This celestial event is a reminder that to overcome our Set (Ego and destructive subconscious habits), we must consciously (symbolized as Hru) connect with our Osar (Superconscious). Remember, according to the Story of Osar, Hru fought Set and was unable to defeat his more experienced adversary at war, until he consciously took a back seat and allowed Osar to take over. In other words, salvation is not given. The only one who can save us is US.

Remember, we did not incarnate to this planet just to be a child who needs to be constantly saved from everything. We came here to develop our divine power so that we can save ourselves.  We are Children of the Most High and eventually we have to grow up because we incarnated here to be a god and goddess. So, leave the “saving” for the true pagans who want to worship men because they are afraid to be a god and goddess.

Hru Osar and Set

It is great to purchase new things for children, but remember the real reason for the Easter season and Celebrate that you Know about Osar!





What is Kemetic Spirituality (Kamitic Spirituality, Kemeticism or Ancient Egyptian Spirituality)?

25 02 2018

Before explaining what Kemetic (also sometimes spelled Kamitic, Khamitic or Ancient Egyptian) spirituality is, it is important first to understand a little bit about the Kemetic people and their way of life.

Kamitic Map Copyright Derric Moore 2012

For starters, according to the Kemetic texts, wall art and legends, the indigenous Kemetic people consisted of a numerous tribal people who migrated from a southern land known as Kush (Ancient Nubia the modern day Ethiopia and Sudan region).  Thousands of years ago, these ancient people settled alongside the Nile River and built an agrarian culture that revolved around the annual inundation of the great river.

Pyramid structure in Ancient KushLike most indigenous cultures from around the world, the Kemetic people studied nature and developed their spirituality thereafter. The Kemetic people relied upon a bartering system for goods and services. In fact, gold was not even valued by the Kemetic people as it is today, until after it was conquered by the Romans.  This bartering system depended on the annual flooding of the Nile to make the desert soil fertile, great importance was placed on ensuring that the waters of the Nile overflowed.  Without a monetary system, if the Nile flooded it produced fertile lands, which in turn yielded a successful harvest, that allowed everyone within the country to reap the benefits. However, if the Nile did not flood and the harvest was not good, then famine reached into the homes of both the rich and the poor.

Kemetic farmers courtesy of Wikipedia.org

To ensure that the Nile always flooded so that they were always prosperous, early Kemetic people began making ritualistic gestures accompanied by words for a successful harvest. If the following year the harvest was a success, then the ritualistic gestures and the spoken phrases were recorded and repeated to influence next year’s harvest. If the harvest was not a success after performing a ritualistic gesture and words, then that ritual was abandoned. In time, the Kemetic people had developed three methods of ensuring that they had a successful harvest and they were: 1) Making offerings to the Nile; 2) Ingesting magical potions and inscriptions; and. 3) Petitioning their ancestors whom they believed could influence the lives of living.

Kemetic Ritual courtesy of Wikipedia.orgSince Kemet was basically an oasis that relied upon bartering, a sort of quid pro quo philosophy developed and the most abundant offerings were incense and resins.  But, because incense and resins were so prized, only the king could afford to make these offerings for the successful inundation of the Nile. In time, it became the sole responsibility of the king to perform these rituals all over the country, to ensure that all of the Kemetic citizens could prosper.   Thereby transforming the king from an ordinary man into God’s representative on earth. Basically, the Kemetic king was seen as a mediator between the spirit world and the physical world symbolized by the leopard pelt, which was also a symbol of balance and self-control or Maa. Soon it became too much for the king to perform all of these rituals and eventually it was delegated to other members of royalty and the priesthood.

Kemetic priest with leopard pelt

In a relatively short time, the Kemetic priesthood evolved and became so powerful that they were able to challenge the king’s authority because aside from performing rituals for the Nile that ensured that everyone was prosperous. The Kemetic priesthood worked as scribes, carpenters, metalworkers, physicians and artisans that provided a host of spiritual services to the people mainly because majority of the Kemetic people were illiterate.  To service their people, the Kemetic priesthood opened its’ membership to both both men and women, a celebratory feat that is still not seen in Judaism, Christianity and Islam because of sexism.  Some of the most famous Kemetic priestesses were Queen Ahmose Nefertari, Hatshepsut’s grandmother, the priestess Tamut and there are many others who held high positions in the priesthood in the Amun spiritual tradition.

Queen Ahmose Nefertari

In fact, through the Kemetic priesthood one could elevate their social status from an illiterate farmer to a high nobleman within the community.  There are numerous accounts of common people with special skills having a change in social status because they used their skills to improve the lives of others because the priesthood allowed people to hone their talents.   It was through the priesthood that various spiritual practices were developed and beliefs were shared with other cultures that the Kemetic people encountered. Because spiritual rituals permeated every aspect of the Kemetic peoples’ life, the Kemetic people were described as being the most religious people in the ancient world.

Life for members of the Kemetic priesthood was busy because the Kemetic priesthood was a business that focused on performing spiritual rituals the people. However, the average Kemetic citizen only venerated their ancestors and celebrated local and national spirits during their festivals. In other words, the basis of Kemetic spirituality revolved around the veneration of their ancestors. For the most part, the only time the average Kemetic citizen petitioned the higher spirits, divinities or so-called gods and goddesses, is for emergency purposes such as for a successful harvest and healthy cattle.  Again, the Kemetic people focused on group prosperity and not on individual, which allowed their society to exist for thousands of years. As a result, every western system such as western religion, western government, western science, western financial structure, etc. has been inspired by the Kemetic society and has desperately tried to imitate their success.  All of these western systems that were inspired by the Kemetic culture have failed miserably to mimic the Kemetic success because western scholars focused on treasures of Kemet because their tombs were full of valuables. Instead of on the Kemetic concept of Knowledge of Self.

Consequently, many of us live in a country that may be rich in Kemetic symbolism but it is not the bearer of the Kemetic Light.

In fact, many of us do not live in an agrarian society with strong and loving rulers. We do not have a trustworthy clergy and other professionals who are concerned about our health and wellbeing. Since our contemporary society is based upon a monetary system, which places values on technological gadgets and the possession of things like shoes, clothes, a new car, home, etc. Prosperity is not based upon ethics, morality of the services that one provides other citizens but the collection of material things. In this western society, religion is not used as a means of ensuring that everyone within the country is prosperous, but instead used to incite fear in its citizens of a tyrannical deity.  In order to ensure social obedience to the wealthy ruling class and dominance over the masses’ physical and mental potential. In place of an appreciation for nature and respect for all living beings, is the exploitation of the natural resources and the manipulation and maltreatment of all human beings, especially people of color.

The rising interest in Kemetic spirituality is to return back to the days before the rise of monotheistic religions – particularly Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Since the inception of these three main western religions, which were tasked with bringing peace to all of humanity. There have been countless atrocities such as the enslavement of people of color, brutality against women and numerous wars waged in the “name of God,” who supposedly is bringing peace on earth.

Oset (Aset, Auset or Isis in Greek) and the Virgin Mary

Before the rise of these Abrahamic religions, life on earth was relatively peaceful and simple, and since most of these religions borrowed concepts and principles from the Kemetic religions and spiritual traditions. Most see Kemetic spirituality as a purer form of these religions minus the religious dogma, religious fear and guilt about God, and religious social control.

All practitioners of Kemetic spirituality strive to live their lives according to the Kemetic concept Ma’at or Maa. Maa is the Kemetic word for balance, order, truth, righteousness, etc.  The concepts of Maa can be found all throughout the Kemetic literature because it is very similar to the Chinese Tao.  But unlike Taoism whose philosophies and practices have been preserved over the ages in books and secured in Chinese culture for hundreds of years, the books about Maa have been destroyed by looters and lost in the sands of times.

Maat (the Personification of Maa)

Maat (the Personification of Maa)

Since there are no clear concise Kemetic text explaining in detail their beliefs and practices, adherents of Kemetic spirituality have interpreted the practice of the philosophy as they desire. Most followers can be grouped into two categories: Kemetic Reconstructionists and Kemetic Shamans.

Hru (Heru, Hrw or Horus) Leading the Way and Jesus leading the Way

Kemetic Reconstructionists (KR) are usually individuals who focused on reconstructing the Kamitic/Kemetic religion of old. As a result, most KRs rely heavily on the Kemetic spiritual texts such as the Pert em Hru (so-called Egyptian Book of the Dead), the Pyramid Texts, the 42 Laws of Ma’at (the model for Moses’ Ten Commandments), etc. Most KRs may have one shrine will a host of Kemetic icons on it to demonstrate balance, which in this sense is very similar to the original Roman Catholic religion prior to the Council of Nicaea.  The various divinities are seen as archetypes and/or emissaries of God similar to how the various saints are viewed in Catholicism.

The First Divine Trinity

However, overall the central theme in most KRs practice is the Kemetic Asar (Osiris), Aset (Isis) and Hru (Horus) who are viewed as the first and original divine trinity.  In fact, most KRs view Hru (Heru, Hrw or Horus in Greek) as the original prototype or avatar of Jesus who was born of virgin birth, identified by a star in the east, adorned by three kings, a teacher at 12 years of age, performed miracles, baptized at 30, crucified, rose from the dead, etc. 3000 years before the birth of Jesus. Some KRs worship Hru similar to the way Christians worship Jesus with the distinction being that the Kemetic hero is not seen as the literal savior of humanity, but rather as a divine energy that exists within everyone and can be used to help humanity save themselves. Consequently, a lot of KR practices revolve around meditation and meditative practices that focus on merging with the God-Self within.

Kamitic Shamans or Kemetic Shamans are usually individuals who use the Kemetic philosophy as the core of their spiritual tradition and combine it with influences from other spiritual paths (usually traditional African beliefs and practices) because Kemet is recognized as the cradle of traditional African spirituality.

Unlike KRs, Kemetic Shamans only believe in worshiping God who may be called Neter – the Supreme Being – or Nebertcher – the Lord of Everything; and working with a host of spirits such as their ancestors and divinities from other pantheons.  Most Kemetic Shamans are very eclectic and their altar reflects their spirituality. However, their main focus is achieving and maintaining balance in their life, and helping others to accomplish the same feat.

This is because Kemetic Shaman believe that the reason they are here is to perfect themselves by mimicking the Creator, who is the epitome of balance or Maa. In other words, most KS believe that when we have an illness, problem, etc. in our life, the physical problem reflects a spiritual imbalance. To live in balance is to live perfectly, and although one may not achieve perfection in life, one can still attempt. From this perspective, evil is anything done excessively, while good is anything that is done in moderation.  For this reason, it is not uncommon to find a host of other divinities on a Kemetic Shamans altar because they are all seen as forces working towards attaining and maintaining balance in an individual’s life.

 

Another thing to keep in mind is that most Kemetic Shamans are practical spiritual practitioners that focus on tangible results.  In order to achieve such goals, they are usually led by the Spirit, which could be the spirit of an enlightened ancestor, a spirit guide or a personal spirit guardian. Consequently, most of the KS beliefs and practices were not be found in a book. Most of their beliefs and practices are due to them communicating with their primary spirit and trial-and-error. When most KS speak about a subject it is because they have a had a personal experience with the subject they are speaking of. For instance, most KS would not advise that someone engage in a practice that they have not done themselves.

Because they are practical spiritual practitioners that are led by the Spirit, there are no spiritual rules, no religious dogma, no guidelines, etc. that the KS follow, except the ones that they establish for themselves. If something works they use it but, if something does not feel right, they abandon it.

On Monotheistic and Polytheistic Beliefs

It should be noted that Jews, Christians and Muslims will be quick to claim that adherents of Kemetic spirituality are idolaters because they have a narrow view of God.  This is because western religious beliefs is based upon the acceptance of an individual’s opinionated perception regardless if it is right or wrong.  The ambiguity within western religions is the main reason religion has created more division and authored wars among its followers and other faiths.  This is the reason women have been and are still persecuted in western religions because of the misunderstanding of Divine Feminine principle.

In Kemetic spirituality, God is understood to be the Creator of All Things, which means the essence of God exists in everyone regardless of their color, race, ethnicity, sex, and beliefs. This means that there is not just one way to understand who and what God is. In fact, knowing God is not based solely upon beliefs, but upon experiencing God for oneself. Since God is too abstract for our human mind to truly comprehend, Kemetic adherents believe that God has created numerous divinities, which all represent different facets of the Divine.   In other words, the so-called gods and goddesses are actually different aspects of the Divine who is the Source of Everything. That being said, Kemetic adherents do not worship idols, they simply focus on knowing all of the attributes of their Creator who they are mimicking since they are Children of God.

Overall, Kemetic spirituality is becoming increasingly popular because it actually delivers what it promises, which is an improved relationship with the Divine that allows one to see God within themselves. In other words, it delivers true peace of mind.

Derric “Rau Khu” Moore

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Copyright 2018 Derric Moore





The Metaphysical Understanding behind the Black Panther film

20 02 2018

Hetepu (Peace & Blessings) Family.

Ok. The reviews are in and Black Panther is making millions. By now, I am sure you have heard every critic and review available from the far right to the far left, but I have not heard anyone mention the metaphysical and spiritual significance of this film, so let me give my take on it.

For the record, after seeing the Black Panther in Captain America’s Civil War; I was stoked to see the Black Panther movie mainly because I like so many of us, was tired of seeing every Black hero portrayed as a bald headed man who just wants super strength. When BP made his appearance he was cool because his fighting style was unmatched. He reminded me of Blade another Black anti-hero whose skills were unmatched.

Of course, after the movie came out. There were all type of critics and reviews. Now, I am not going to spend a lot of time speaking about the obvious.  As you already know, the film was about the African born prince T’Challa who becomes the Black Panther, and the American born African N’Jadaka aka Erik Killmonger who becomes the Golden Jaguar.  That right there should be enough for you to see the blatant symbolism in this film. As many within my circle have clearly pointed out, T’Challa’s attitude and disposition is passive. He represents those idealistic Africans who come to the United States and are not familiar with systematic racism. While, Killmonger represents not only Africans descendants born in the United States, but symbolic of his mask every indigenous person such as the Native Americans, Puerto Ricans, and the Africans in South Africa, whose lives have been disrupted by systematic racism.

Another interesting thing that should be noted is that I am amazed of how many people dressed up for this movie and wore African attire, as if it were a costume. I mean I find it interesting that all it took for ppl to appreciate their African heritage was to see a fictional movie about Africa.Again, just stating the obvious.

Now, on to the esoterics because we are spiritually minded and we use everything for our empowerment.

So, the mineral used to power their suit and technology was called vibranium, which alludes to a mineral that vibrates. Whenever the Wakadans harnessed this energy they never used drills or mining tools but it was sort of like they channeled it and used visualizations to shape it.  This other thing about this mysterious metal was that it gave them a sort of dark purplish aura.  This is all reminiscent of the dark energy that I call KAMTA.

Remember, KAMTA is what the Kemetic people called the southern region of Kemet.  Most people believe that the Kemetic people called this region the Black Land (Kam – Black, Ta – Land) because of the annual inundation of the Nile River. But what most people forget is that the Kemetic people were the descendants of Kush, which means their ancestors dwelled in the Black Lands. In other words, the Black Lands is a metaphor referring to the nature of the spirit world that exists underground. This is clearly a plug to Afrikan spirituality which is largely based upon one’s relationship with their ancestors (and other spirits) who dwell beneath us and whose shoulders we stand upon. In fact, the imagery of the BP ancestral land should have strongly resonated with anyone familiar with Afrikan spirituality.

Copyright Marvel Studios 2018.It should be noted that the Black Lands, which is where the old black panthers resided were in the spirit world or ancestral land that T’Challa had to visit. Those familiar with the Kemetic shaman perspective of the Story of Osar will easily see in this case that T’Challa symbolizes Hru (Heru, Horus) communicating with the dead Osar (Asar, Ausar, Osiris).  Remember, Osar is called the Lord of the Underworld or the Lord of the Ancestral Realm, which is another reference to the Superconscious or the realm beyond our normal, habitual subconscious. It should be noted that Warriors Falls is reddish in color to symbolize hostility, which reminded me of TASETT – the Red Lands.

Copyright Marvel Studios 2018

The other thing that should be noted is that the black panther’s suit emulated or engulfed him with this protective black power.  Many will see this dark mysterious liquid-like energy as melanin but I understood it to be the protective powers of our ancestors/spirits who dwell in KAMTA, which is the true source of power. The purple glow or the color purple symbolizes power which is used extensively in African magickal practices for dominance.  The color purple is also used to symbolize royalty while the color gold was used to symbolize just raw power.

Another hint that T’Challa is supposed to be a warrior form of Hru is that he had to drink the crushed-up heart shape plant. This heart shape plant is a reference to the Ab (Spiritual Heart) division of the Spirit, while some may see it relating to the heart chakra.

I know that a little people focused on the fight between T’Challa and Killmonger but if we choose to see it from a higher perspective. Metaphorically we can say that the fight between T’Challa and Killmonger was really a fight between Hru and Set or the battle between Shango and Ogun, or old traditions versus new traditions. Psychologically speaking it was a battle or fight between the middle self (conscious) and lower self (subconscious and ego-self).   This same story was borrowed by the early Christian writers and portrayed as the battle between Jesus and Satan when he goes to hell but unfortunately it is interpreted literally, so many people miss it.

I am sure that there are some more clues that can be drawn but this is the gist of it.

Now, there is one thing that we should all keep in mind which is that the original story was created by Stan Lee. In other words, this is Stan Lee’s interpretation of the Afrikan/Black experience.  If you watch Stan Lee’s interview he was inspired by the actual Black Panther Party.  From a spiritual perspective, I believe that the Spirit still worked through the cast and crew so that they could make a positive and empowering film.  Yes, it is not what we wanted but name one movie that is.  I have heard all of the debates and even participated in some but overall I thought it was a good movie considering what they had to work with. If you are really interested in Black Comics then support them. The City of Detroit has a Black Comicon every summer and I am sure there are other venues that exist.  Our experience has made way for us to have thousands upon thousands of stories. So don’t be fooled into thinking that b/c of our experience we do not have the right to talk about our holocaust. Help make this a positive and empowering moment.

Hetep





How to Get Paid What You’re Worth?

27 01 2018

Hetepu (Peace & Blessings) Family.

You know this is a hard pill for many of us to swallow but the facts of the matter are that we live in a capitalistic money economy society, which means in order for you to get any income.  You have to compete and work against others and be employed by someone who does not share your best interests. We all compromise our principles and standards in order to get funds in our pocket. In other words, we all sell out.

Yes, we all sell out.  We are all sell outs and if you do not think you are a sellout then you most likely you have no responsibilities and are a leach to those around you, which is worse because you have become someone else’s responsibility.

So, all need to come clean and accept that we are all sellouts and we all sellout in order to feed our family and put a roof over their heads. Now some of us sell out more than others, but essentially it is still the same.

Now, here comes the doozy, so brace yourself.

Whatever you get paid, is what your employer thinks you are worth.  In other words, if you get paid minimum wage…your employer thinks you are worth in some places only $7.50 an hour.  That means you are worth $300 a week ($7.50 X 40 hours).

Think about that. $300 a week to feed, clothe and provide shelter for you and your loved ones. This is not even including health care and other miscellaneous expenses.

Of course, if you get paid $25 an hour. Your employer thinks you are worth to their organization $1000 a week, which by the time we add all of the expenses dwindles down between $400 – $600 for your take home.

The question that you have to ask yourself is “How much am I worth?”

This needs to be asked because a lot of people say they want to make money or they want to get more money but they don’t understand the system. This is the reason your employer may grant you a bonus or a pay raise because they know you do not know your own self-worth, so they nickel and dime you with pay raises and promotions.

And, the only reason we continue to accept the way they treat and pay us is because we do not know our worth.

Understand. I am not telling you to turn down a pay raise, advancement, promotion or whatever. I am not telling you to stop working, so pease do not call me telling me that you quit your job and you need some financial help. I want you to understand that I am not even criticizing or judging how you make your money. How you make your money is how you make it based upon what you think of yourself. I am here to ask you…

Can you make more? Are you really living up to your potential?

You see Family. I am not sure if you see it but slavery never ended. No, physical slavery does not exist in the Americas.  People can walk around without any physical chains but emotional, psychological and economical slavery continues to exist. Just like they paid for $300+ for slaves back in the day, this is what most employers are doing today. They are paying you what they think you are worth, not your potential.

Remember, “they” enslaved brilliant minds who were artisans, philosophers, healers, inventors, etc. and simply forced them to work in tobacco, cotton, sugar and rice plantations because that is what they convinced our ancestors that they were only good for.

So now we have people that want to boycott and march but for what? For the employers to give them more trinkets?

This is like a slave appealing to the Christian ethics of the slave owner and asking to give Sunday off and not to chastise them as much.

No. End slavery PERIOD and the only way to do so is by realizing your self-worth and do for self.

Once you realize that you are not a mindless machine but that you are divine being. You will stop selling out and thinking that the only way you can acquire funds if through your employer.

Wealth is not just money. Wealth can be found in family, friends, connections with others, etc., which can also increase your finances.

So, how do you realize your self-worth?

  1. First, connect with your Higher Self. When you truly understand what your Higher Self is, how all of the greatest inventors had a strong rapport with their Higher Self and what your own Higher Self can do for you. You will begin to understand what you are capable of.
  2. Second, now you should read and study history because you will see the pattern and how history repeats itself. You will find the people who made the greatest, positive impact in this world were all attuned to their Higher Self. Reading and studying history without understanding the nature of one’s Higher Self (Superconscious) is simply the repeating of a list of names, dates and facts. This is why history is so boring and does not serve us in this society. As a spiritual practitioner, we relive history by studying it and consulting our ancestors regarding it, to make better choices than they did.
  3. Finally, do whatever you want that makes you happy, brings you peace of mind and improves the quality of all life. Contrary to popular belief, Charles Darwin found that life was both completive and cooperative. Darwin never coined the racist adage “that only the strong survive” but, it was Herbert Spencer. In fact, Darwin found that the main reason humanity had managed to survive thus far, was because we did not have sharp teeth, claws and fur. Human beings developed the skill to work together, hence cooperate with one another. This is what propelled us to the top in the evolution game. This is the reason the Story of Osar (Asar, Ausar or Osiris in Greek) is essential to our spiritual development because all of our problems are due to the fact that we are engrossed in our lower animal nature and are being manipulated by other lower animal nature individuals. When you understand your self-worth, it becomes evident that you incarnated on the planet for a reason, which means what you provide will help yourself and others. This means there is no real competition because you are unique. The more people you help, the more you help yourself. You are not doing it for the money, but for the love because it ties into your purpose.

Remember, the Kemetic (Ancient Egyptians) were not poor people. They amassed a great wealth because they cooperated (not enslaved) with one another.

So, the next time you go to work and asked to do something that you do not like. The next time you feel that you are being taken advantage of and manipulated.  The next time you get tired of waking up and dealing with the same problems at work. Tell yourself that you are only getting paid what your employer thinks you are worth.

If you want to get paid based upon your potential, you have to do what makes you happy, brings you peace of mind and improves the quality of all life.  This is the only way the Universe will move in your favor.

Hetepu.