Let the Haters Hate (How to Know When the Truth is the TRUTH)

12 10 2017

Hetepu (Peace & Blessing) Family.

You know I was just wondering, How do you know when something is real or not? Do you believe it is true when you see it published in a magazine or newspaper? Do you believe it is true when see it printed in a book? For a lot of people, they believe something is real when certain people publicly acknowledge that it is. For many, they believe that it is real or the truth because a lot of people believe it as well.

For instance, I remember growing up in Detroit and when the crack cocaine epidemic hit, I was just starting high school. Violence erupted all over the city and in the “urban” part of the nation. I remember visiting a nearby school in the suburb for a Geography trip and when we talked to the students there about the issues affecting our community. We talked about the bullying, the drugs, the guns in our school, etc., but the kids did not believe us. In fact, the impression we got from them was that we were fictionalizing how bad things had gotten. Years later, when the more “affluent” schools began having these same issues, it was announced that the nation has a problem.

Here’s another example. For years, I have heard about police brutality. In fact, the police brutality was so well known that my father and grandfather told me to how to conduct myself in the car to prevent being pulled over. Most guys know this already but it wasn’t until March 3, 1991 when Rodney King was beaten and it was caught on tape that, people believed that police brutality was real.

My point is that why do we wait for “certain people” to validate our experiences to decide if it is true or not?

Have you ever noticed that if you are reading a history book that if certain people do not validate, the information is ignored and is seen as rhetoric?

All of this is because we have been programmed to believe that the truth only comes from our lower self and that the TRUTH is always feels good. This program has also taught us that the “truth” is what is popular and is agreed upon by everyone. The reason this program was created was to ensure group survival. For instance, one of the reasons African Americans converted to Christianity during Second Great Awakening was because they were persuaded (or duped emotionally) out of survival based upon the belief that Christianity would help them to attain their physical freedom. It was strictly emotional and has nothing to do with the facts that white Christians had not intention of freeing early African Americans from slavery. This is fact, but if you try to tell someone who was raised as a Christian this.  Their emotions kick in because people truly want to believe that during antebellum south, that southern white Christians (and Abolitionists) were concerned about the salvation and well being of early African Americans. So, we have all been programmed because we live in a society that encourages us to follow and make choices and decisions based upon our emotions, instead of following our intuitive self or Higher Self (BA).

Some people want to focus on how we were programmed and when, but this is a distraction that will lead you down the road where eventually you will not make any changes. What we need to do is simply accept that we have all been programmed and makes provisions to break the cycle.  One of the best ways I have found to break this program is through third-eye development. For the record, I hear a lot of people giving a host of instructions on how to awaken the third eye, the black dot, the pineal gland, etc., which usually is off putting.  What I have found is that the easiest way to awaken or open your third eye is simply by following your BA (Higher Self). The next best thing is to use an oracle.

Now, if you are waiting for certain individuals to tell you to do this and validate what I am saying. You might as well keep waiting because most people do not want you to seriously be “Woke.” As I have mentioned earlier, just like the southern slave owners profited by convincing early African Americans to convert to Christianity by swaying them emotionally. When we make decisions based upon our emotions, we are easily taken advantage of. This is the reason, 99.99% of time, most will not validate anything that is going to benefit you. They want you to remain asleep, docile and naive like a sheep, and if you are fond of this way of life. This post is probably not for you. However, you are tired of being mistreated, abused, taken advantage of, manipulated, the pawn in someone else’s game, etc. and you want a game changer. Start listening to your BA because when you don’t listen to your BA. You are choosing to listen to the haters.

Set: The Original HATER

So, please stop waiting for all of the governments that participated in the triangular slave trade to publicly apologize. I did not say forget, but stop waiting. Stop waiting for people to truly understand you and your cultural way of doing things, and for-heaven’s sake, stop going out your way to be accepted and prove that your cultural beliefs, spirituality and way of life, is just as valid an another.  Please stop waiting to receive acknowledgement and approval to do what is Right versus what is easy.

Understand something, which is that what works for you, work for you and no one else. Therefore, it is going to be extremely difficult for someone to see and legitimize your truth if they cannot see it.  Ok. I know what you are thinking. How do you know if what you BA tells you is real.  The answer is simple, you will know it is real and the true because if it is the true. It will work for you. This is how the enemy gets us by making us think that the Truth means accepting the same beliefs. No. The Truth or Maa produces tangible results.  Beliefs don’t do that, so if it is True. It is True and it will work.

Think of this way. The Kushites and Kemetic people never looked to Greece and Rome to validate their Truth. Right, it was the other way around, where the Greeks and Romans set their eyes on us.

Let’s return to our glory family. The time is now.

Hetep.

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Understanding Maa, Maat and Karmic Debt

15 10 2013

Hetepu (Peace) Family,

Something quite interesting just recently occurred where an individual felt like they were being harmed by another, which inspired me to write this post. I noticed that too often people make the concept and principle of Maa out to be something extraordinary and out of this world. When in fact, it is a very simple concept.

Maa-The Path of the Feather

Maa-The Path of the Feather

To get an idea of how Maa worked imagine this scenario. A man is with his wife and they are having a discussion. In the midst of the conversation, the man says something that gets him in the hot seat with his wife.  He tries to apologize but it is too late, his wife is angry with him. Her anger is not to the point that she wants to divorce him, but she doesn’t want to be in the same room with him. So, our apologetic husband has to sleep on the couch tonight.

 man-in-doghouse

Seeing that he has seriously upset his wife, he decides to get out of the doghouse by buying her some flowers and candies. If it doesn’t work, he decides to go a step further by treating her to a romantic night out in town or taking her to a concert. If that doesn’t work, he tries to do something that she really likes in order to get out of the doghouse.

Now why would his wife accept his gift and his apology? If you were in this situation, why would you accept a person’s apology and gift after they have wronged you? It is because you sense that they are sincere, you will see that they have empathized with you and they realized that they have seriously hurt you. The purpose of the gift is an offering to right the wrong that they have done and to remove the stain of guilt.  You see, if our apologetic husband didn’t give his wife a gift along with his sincere apology, she would never forget what he had done.  Ok, so you see why some people hold on to an ill memory so long is because they have never let go of that negative energy.

So we see that Maa is really all about not hurting others with your actions and behaviors. When you hurt someone, you have sinned and created an injustice, thus causing the individual not to feel whole or complete.

 scale-of-justice

The thing about injustices is that they don’t last forever. They always have to balance their way out.  For instance, there’s a guy I know that was in dire straits awhile back, so he stole some things from his man he knew. He knew what he was doing was wrong but he did it anyway. Well, when he got on his feet and was doing a lot better. The guilt of him stealing still lingered in his spirit and made him feel bad, which caused him to sabotage himself subconsciously, thinking he didn’t deserve blessings because of what he did several years ago.  When he asked me what he should do, I told him that he had to make what was wrong right.  So, he decided to replace all of the items that he had stolen and purchase some new items as well to give to the victim, so that the person he stole from didn’t feel like he was a victim.

You see, no one likes to be victimized and when we disrespect another, abuse, misuse or take advantage of one another, our sahu – lower spirit (subconscious), remembers it all, but it knows that since we wouldn’t want anyone to do the same in us. Our sahu creates in us a feeling of guilt and shame, which has us looking over our shoulders and wondering when we are going to be victimized.  When you are constantly thinking about something you did in the past, you worry which brings about stress and paves the way for accidents and illnesses.

Maat (the Personification of Maa)

Maat (the Personification of Maa)

This is why to right the wrong; along with apologizing we must do whatever is physically possible to make the person feel whole again and not feel like a victim.  This is not only therapeutic for the victim but for yourself as well.  So what we call getting out of the doghouse is actually a contemporary way of saying ridding yourself of karmic debt in the present. Understand, just saying “I’m sorry” is not enough when you have seriously hurt someone’s feelings, damage their reputation, etc. No, you have to make amends and if you don’t do it now, you will in the future or the next lifetime.

Hope that helps.