The Big Secret to Becoming Great

12 04 2015

Hetepu (Peace) Family

I am sure that most of you have heard the popular myth that we only use 10% of our brain. Although there is no scientific evidence to support this myth, this myth is constantly repeated by the media through literature and film. Thus leading people to believe that if they were to somehow use the other 90% of their brain that they would be able to perform some extraordinary feats like complex calculations simultaneously or even levitate objects with their mind. This myth has become so popular that when left with no explanation as to how a feat was accomplished.  Some scholars and laymen alike have concluded that this is how the ancient dwellers must have built the pyramids and other grand edifices around the world or, it gets worse.

Alien Paul


An alien civilization traveled to this planet, and with their advanced minds built or tagged these things for humanity like graffiti to say, “Hey (We) Aliens were here” and left no other evidence of their existence, but was like “Peace out!”


This sounds ridiculous but that is just how it is when you buy into a myth and don’t understand that it is a myth.  We need to stop being so gullible and identify fact (truth) from fiction (myth) by understanding that if it is really the Truth it is the truth for everyone and everything regardless of race, color, creed, species, etc. Whereas, fiction or a myth is only applicable so long as one believes in it.

For instance, the erroneous belief that God favors one race or one group of people over another is clearly a ridiculous myth because why would other races exist? Why would God allow the same air that fills the lungs of one fill the lungs of another? Exactly, it is a myth. The truth is that God like the air we breathe is unbiased and doesn’t have any likes or dislikes. That being said, there is no such thing as “good” or “evil” in the Eyes of God. All exist and all is relative, like the paradoxical question, “Who do you think God favors in the web, the spider or the fly?”


Who do you think God favors in the web, the spider or the fly?


Look Family.  This whole 10% of our brain thing is a myth and if you accept one myth as being truth.  You might as well as accept them all.  You have to understand that this is why racism and various forms of “isms” continue to exist because they are all based upon “myths”.  This goes for the myth that one particular individual or group is superior over another because of  – whatever… I am not saying that myths aren’t useful, which I will explain later. I am saying that we have to recognize that everything that we read, hear, see and are told is not truth and that if we want to become great. We have to base our life’s purpose on Universal Truth, or Maa. When one doesn’t have Maa, and they base their life on a myth, it gives them a false pride because it is based upon their ego. Hence, the reason Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik Shabazz) left and went to find his maa (personal truth) for himself. While abroad he realized that it was people’s dogmas that made them good or evil.  Which by the way is the first step to always dealing with myths, is to never take someone else’s word or account, but discern if it is true by trying it out yourself.

Malcolm in Mecca

So again, the whole 10% of our brain thing is a myth and science has confirmed that we all use 100% of our brain, all of the time. That’s right, all of us (regardless of race, color, creed, etc.).  The interesting thing about myths is that no one really knows how they begin. For instance, it is not known if this “10% of our brain” myth is based upon a misunderstood quote of Albert Einstein or a misquote based upon William James’ The Energies of Men who stated, “We are making use of only a small part of our possible mental and physical resources.” What is known is that all myths have a small fraction of a truth and that this “10% of our brain myth” may be based upon the popular saying, “If we don’t Use it. We lose it.” Meaning, if we don’t make regular use of a skill we tend to forget how to use it. This, we can all verify because we have all experienced learning a subject like mathematics, science or even taking piano lessons, and then after a brief hiatus such as a summer break, we have forgotten almost everything we learned a month or so ago.

math frustration

This again has been confirmed by science, which found that every time we have a new experience, new synapses, a structure within our brain that permits a nerve cell to pass electrical or chemical signal to another, while old synapses degenerate. This however begs one to ask then why when we learn how to ride a bike, we never forget how? This is one of the questions that is driving scientists to understand the degenerative ill-ness Alzheimer. I theorize that the reason subjects like mathematics, science and playing music are not forgotten like riding a bike because these experiences are stored in different parts of the brain and within our physical body.

Our brain is composed of numerous parts and can be divided into two hemispheres called the left and right hemispheres.

Left and Right

The left hemisphere of the brain controls how the right side of the body feels, moves and is also responsible for all analytical and logical thought processes, while the right hemisphere of the brain controls how the movement and feelings on the left side of the body.  The right hemisphere is also in charge of abstract and holistic thoughts as well as all of our creative thought process.

Right and Left Hemispheres

For instance, logical thought such as mathematics, science, language, etc. are all considered to be left hemisphere subjects, whereas abstract thought, intuitive thinking, visual imagery, creative expression, etc. are considered to be right hemisphere dominant functions. The interesting thing is and what made the Kamitic people so great is that they knew about the left and right hemispheres of the brain thousands of years ago. How did they know? Who cares, the fact is that they knew and they illustrated this through the Eyes of Ra.

The Right Eye of Ra (Also known as the Solar Eye corresponds to literal and physical sight.)

The Right Eye of Ra (Also known as the Solar Eye corresponds to literal and physical sight.)

It is a known and scientific fact that Kamitic people understood and identified that the Right Eye of Ra (Aakhut or Solar Eye) corresponds to the sun and the left hemisphere of the brain, which is associated with rational thinking, masculinity, sequential order, aggressiveness, the living, etc.

The Left Eye of Ra (also called the Lunar Eye corresponds to intuition and spiritual sight, hence insight.)

The Left Eye of Ra (also called the Lunar Eye corresponds to intuition and spiritual sight, hence insight.)

While the  Left Eye of Ra (Aabit or Lunar Eye) corresponded to the moon and the right hemisphere of the brain, which they associated with intuitive thoughts, femininity, receptivity, holisitic thinking, ancestors (spirits), etc. Together these eyes provide a holistic perspective or both hemispheres of the brain working together.

The Eyes of Ra (Provide a Holistic Perspective)

The Eyes of Ra (Provide a Holistic Perspective)

So, why are the Kamitic people (and other indigenous people) who had a better understanding of the brain still depicted as being primitive, backward, polytheistic, idol worshiping black, brown and red people, when it is clear they had an understanding scientific precepts?

It is because Westerners don’t have an understanding of their abstract mind. And rather than humbling themselves and admitting that their philosophy is flawed. They continue to race to their destructive end which they do not know how to avert.

Understand it is both bewildering and embarrassing to Western scholars and theologians because ancient dwellers around the globe with their limited technologies were able to accomplish magnificent feats that still defy time.  This is the reason certain people continue to perpetuate the 10% brain myth and particularly the Alien Myth, because they are ashamed to admit that they don’t know and too arrogant to want to truly understand why.

Albert Einstein

This is why it is best for us all to abandon and relinquish the Western approaches to life and relearn our ancestral ways. Albert Einstein said it best, “We can’t solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” This means we have to think outside of the box and do something different. That something different is learning how to use the right hemisphere of our brain.


The dwellers of the Nile made regular use of both the left and right hemisphere.  Evidence of their left hemisphere obviously can be seen in the pyramids and other edifices that they built, clearly indicating that they understood mathematics and engineering but also in their medical discoveries and legal documents. This is the reason the caduceus resembles the sine and cosine curves. Evidence of their right hemisphere can be seen in the fact that all of their religious texts despite their advancement were still composed of mythological creatures used to symbolize various aspects of consciousness. Don’t be fooled into thinking that ancient dwellers just created something and degenerated. The truth has never been that easy. Conquerors have always lied to quell the masses.

So what happened?


Basically, the Kamitic people at some point in their history came face to face with the limitations of the intellectual and logical mind. They realized that in order to go any further they needed to implore and maintain a magical mindset. In other words, they had to think outside of the box. It is believed by many that started this movement, which resulted in an unified Kamit and the first Kamitic dynasty.

Greatness is achieved by all those who “Think Outside of their Habitual, Subconscious Box”

It is a known fact that the Kamitic people inspired the Greek, Roman and other Western philosophies and religions, but only a few understand that the reason the Kamitic spiritual tradition never changed and continued to portray their concepts with animal and human features, is so that people would remember that these are energies that exist throughout the universe and within the human being.

Djahuti and Hermes

Djahuti (Tehuti or Thoth) and Hermes considered to be personification of wisdom

This is the reason the Story of Osar was always accepted and understood by the Kamitic people to be a national myth and never believed to be a factual event like the Passion of Jesus the Christ. The Kamitc sages understood that the human mind is the most powerful creation of the Divine but if not properly cultivated can lead to our greatest downfall. So they kept their myths and adapted and developed them alongside their intellectual discoveries versus telling people that the whole story was historically true.

They understood that if one is too right brained dominant they will become “too spiritual” meaning flighty, not grounded in reality, head up in the sky, delusional like thinking that all we need to survive on is air, which was allegorized as the death of Osar (Asar, Ausar or Osiris), the ruler of  KAMTA – the fertile Black Lands. On the other side of the spectrum, if one is to left hemisphere dominant they only believe in actual facts, scientific discoveries but they never have any dreams, which means if you believe the world is going to end based upon current observations, then your world is going to end because you believe it will. You therefore will only find evidence and signs to support this belief based upon your narrow perspective. This was metaphorized as the destruction caused by Osar’s youngest brother Set (Set-an, Typhon or Satan) the ruler of TASETT – The Red Lands . This is the reason people who are stuck on conspiracy theories see everything as being a conspiracy and they are the loneliest and the unhappiest people (next to so-called spiritual people) in the world, all because of their limited perspective. I hope you see that there is more to just mere symbolism being used here.

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This is the historical, metaphorical and metaphysical reason all of the Kamitic rulers identified with Hru (Horus in Greek). Hru as the heir of his father Osar and victorious over his uncle Set symbolized dominance over both realities. He is called the Maa Kheru (One Who Speaks with True Voice) because he stands on the edge of both realities, both realms and has full use of both his right and left hemispheres of the brain.  Hru is balanced and not dominated by either side.  He symbolizes the Man and Woman of God because he has access to both the spiritual and physical realm, or the superconscious and subconscious parts of his and her being.

This is not just some hocus pocus stuff we are talking about. This is esoteric science and once we abandon this whole Western notion of good versus evil, and get back to our balance mindset or a holistic perspective.  We will see that Jesus Christ symbolizes what we (men and women) can accomplish once we unify our higher and lower selves (metaphorically speaking defeat the devil –lower self like Jesus did and ascend to the heaven – higher self). As long as we continue to depend upon our intellect, we will continue to be enslaved by our physical senses and think inside the box.

What do I mean?

Well, when the media says the economy is failing, you believe the economy is failing and react accordingly despite the fact during the depression and recession, there were millionaires still making money hand over fist. It means that if you see an advertisement that lists a host of symptoms and claim you might have “this disease”. You accept this belief and react subconsciously as if you might have this disease. It means that if you see something talking about a particular celebrity’s hair, attire, plastic surgery, shoes, pet dog, lipstick, implants, purse, or whatever silly thing that gets your attention. You react subconsciously by either giving or not giving damn and respond accordingly. It means that if a television or film portrays a particular individual or group as being a threat, endangered, targeted, impoverished, wealthy, favored, etc., then you react subconsciously as if the myth is true because you have been written in as a character in someone else’s story.


Why do you think the minority in every horror movie is killed off first? Why is it all of sudden cool and fashionable for black men to be bald after they reach a certain age, or wear dreads if they are younger? Why is it all Black and Latina actresses are sassy, mouthful, disrespectful and depicted as misunderstood strong woman by their own jealous and insecure men? Why is it lately that European witchcraft is cool and there are all of these shows and movies about teenage witches and how they are helping the world, while African, Native American and Latin American magical practices are depicted as evil? Like, the Haitian Revolutionaries who used Vodu to defeat their slave masters, but to this day. No one says that the Haitians were in the right for defending and fighting for their freedom against the evil French enslavers. Why? Because according to the Westernize myth, the Westernized story, it was the Haitians who were evil and not the French. It is the same reason Christopher Columbus is still depicted as founders of the Americas, despite the fact that there were people already here. This society has programmed you on how you are going to react and all they need is the right stimuli to make you do exactly what they wrote you to do. That means in the stereotypical manner that they expect you to but, if you want to be Great. There is only one thing you have to do. Use your spiritual tradition to….


That means thinking outside of the habitual, subconscious box. It means doing something that those around you (society) will see as being strange, weird and bizarre. Understand I am not talking about doing something different in order to create a buzz around the fashion world.

 Jokers in Skirts

I am talking about realizing the limitations of your intellect. You can only go so far in your intellectual understanding. The rest of the way means stepping out into the great unknown and doing something that your mother and father, your family, friends and society in general is not going to cosign.

Many of you are sitting on top of inventions that could solve world dilemmas but you refuse to develop these ideas out of fear of not being accepted by those around you. You refuse to act out of character and develop your own story out of fear. This is why you are stuck dealing with the same ole same old thing and can’t figure out why you aren’t advancing.

Shaka Zulu

You have to understand what made our ancestors great is that they created and developed their own story. Shaka Zulu for instance is a great example of a brilliant cultural aakhu (ancestor). If you go and rent the movie, you will remember that Shaka was expected to go along with the present society’s ideas of who he was supposed to be. When he refused to do so, he developed a different type of spear, broaden the Zulu shield and revolutionize the African military, which helped his people to avoid the onslaught that could have completely devastated the whole southern half of Africa. Imagine if he would not have done this how different South Africa would have been. Apartheid existed but if Shaka never did what he had done, it would have been much worse. And, the only reason he finally failed is because Shaka bought into the European’s story.

How Do You Think Outside the Box? 

Ok, so how do you think outside of the proverbial subconscious box like the Kamitic people did? Again, it is realizing that your intellect is limited and that the solution to what ails you involves you engaging in a practice that may appear weird at first but produces tangible results. It is what some people call magical thinking.

Napoleon Hill

Thomas Edison whenever he couldn’t figure out something developed the peculiar habit of going to sleep and waking up with a solution. The famed author Napoleon Hill wrote about in his bestselling book, Think and Grow Rich how every night he would in his imagination his Nine Invisible Counselors, who provided him with expert advice.  These are all techniques that the Kamitic people and their descendants have been using from time immemorial. This is the main reason for having a spiritual het (spiritual house that honors your ancestors and guardian spirits). If you have a spiritual altar and your life is not any better, you are following someone else’s story or tradition. You are doing these based upon myth, with no understanding of the concepts and principles.

We should all be able, like the Kamitic people, to enter into the magical state of being by choice. The magical state of being is what people call the alpha (and deeper states like theta). When the Kamitic people talked to their spirits or as Napoleon Hill called them “Invisible Counselors” they got expert advice. We need to stop complaining about what other people are doing if we aren’t willing to use our own spirituality.

Now, don’t be fooled. The gods, goddesses, angels, spirits, deities, forms, sprites, dwarves, gnomes, fairy people, daemons, djinn, saints, etc. are all archetypes and the numerous stories surrounding them are different ways of getting into the alpha and theta mind state.

Maa Aankh Mind

This is the difference between magical right hemisphere dominant cultures like the Kamitic people and logical left hemisphere dominant cultures like those in the West. The Kamitic people worked and functioned as we would today, but when they encountered a problem. They quickly would talk to the governing archetype over the problem to discover a solution, instead of trying to intellectualize and think their way to a solution.

How would they do it? They would after realizing the limitation of their intellect, ask the ancestor or spirit to help them to resolve a particular issue and that was it. They wouldn’t worry about the problem. They didn’t allow their anxieties and fears dictate what they should and should not do. They relinquished the problem to a higher authority (the archetypes within their superconscious or Higher Self) and trust the omnipotence and omniscience of their Higher Self that a solution was forthcoming. When a solution came they expressed their gratitude by making an offering and that is how they continued their magical thought process, which people refer to as the Kamitic religion. But, understand this entire practice was based upon a quid pro quo system that depended upon actual results. Western scholars and theologians would like people to believe that non-Western people just made offerings to inanimate objects all over the place as if they didn’t know there was one Supreme Being – that’s their story.

Npu (Anubis) - The Opener of the Way

Npu (Anubis) – The Kamitic Opener of the Way and Finder of Lost Things 

No, they knew all along that there was only One Supreme Diety but that ultimately they were the authors and creators of their own life. Let me give you an example of what I mean by actual results. One day I was looking for a book and I couldn’t find it. I looked all over the place, in the car, work, etc. and I just could not find it. Finally, I asked the dog headed Npu to help me to find it, the analogy being that dogs can find anything. Minutes later, I found it, as if someone had just laid it in front of me. In return I offered Npu some candy. This is how most spiritual traditions are practiced and this is no different from calling on the Catholic patron saint of lost and stolen things, Saint Anthony. This same technique can be used for love/relationships, protection/security, success, etc. It doesn’t require you to become initiated into some order because as I stated earlier, Napoleon Hill used it and he wasn’t initiated into anything. All you have to do is understand the concepts and principles and simply use it. Nothing bad is going to happen to you if you use it. That’s “Their Story” talking to you. The only thing bad that will happen is that a particular practice doesn’t work, which simply means you have to explore another way of getting into your alpha state. You will know it works when you get your desired results.


For instance, I could never meditate. In fact, I couldn’t meditate so much that I eventually hated meditation because every time I tried to meditate I would fall asleep and get nothing done. I later learned that it wasn’t that I couldn’t meditate but that I was taught to meditate as a spiritual discipline. You know you have to sit in that crossed legged lotus position, hold your hands a certain way, etc. It seemed like a a spiritual chore. Not only that, I never met anyone who was happy to meditate and would say, “Hey I am going to go meditate! Wahoo!”  It was always people dragging and dreading to meditate, so when I would meditate with this mindset. I would go too deep into the alpha state and get bored, then fall asleep. When I learned that meditation was about introvert-ing your awareness in order to reconnect with the intuitive and omnipotent part within ourselves, I looked forward to meditating, which is actually contemplating. I didn’t get into that cross-legged position. I simply relaxed, slowed my breathing and listened. Today, I look forward to sleeping, dreaming and using divination tools to connect to the intuitive and omnipotent part of my being.


Another hang up that prevents people from going into their alpha state is the Western notion of good and evil. Listen, there is no such thing as good and evil or black and white magic. This is more foolish nonsense to keep you from entering into your alpha state. It is all about perspective. Energy is energy. Fire can be used to create or to destroy. Water can be used to create or to destroy. There is no such thing as good and bad fire or water. Just like there is no such thing as good and bad magic. People buy into this nonsense because they buy into the whole Western myth. Again, remember the spider and the fly or the French slave master who used Christianity to maintain slavery and the Haitian rebel who used Vodu to fight slavery.  Remember it is all perspective and depends upon who is telling the story.

Last but not least, don’t try to intellectualize why it works because it will just muddle up the process. We have to realize that we being a product of the universe have physical and spiritual attributes, because the universe is composed of a physical and spiritual reality. All you really need to do is accept that it works like Hru trusted his father Osar.

Hope that helps.


What Does Malcolm X Mean to You? (No Revolution without Money)

15 05 2010

May 19th marks one of the most heroic individuals in American history, the birthday of El Hajj Malik Shabazz better known to the world, as Malcolm X. Malcolm X was one of the most extraordinary individuals to walk this earth because unlike a lot of other heroes and martyrs that just appear on the scene as born leaders. Through Malcolm’s autobiography one is able to see Malcolm’s evolution from a young man unable to accomplish his dreams because of racism turned pimp, thief and street hustler to a champion of world causes after his pilgrimage to Mecca.

There are a lot of things that Malcolm accomplished in his lifetime and I am particular grateful for him and King for reasons not commonly mentioned and noticed. This is because I like a number of people see him as being what I refer to as a heroic ancestor, an aakhu. That is an ancestor that people from all over the world can look to for inspiration.

You see, coming from a Christian background and wondering if the faith my family professed to believe in was correct or not.  Both Malcolm and Martin in my eyes broke the religious dogma ceiling. To understand this it must be understood that prior to Malcolm and Martin coming on the scene.  I believe that a lot of people were still stuck in that spiritual rut that you had to belong to a particular faith or profess a particular belief in order to be saved.  If you did not belong to this particular faith, affiliation or denomination, it was assumed that you were going to hell. This dogmatic belief still exists in many religious organizations but it is slowly changing.

For me it changed after I learned that Malcolm met with a number of people from around the world. One of the individuals that Malcolm met with was Fidel Castro, which I forgot about until I met my padrino (godfather) a black Cuban, who talked extensively about Malcolm.  I remembered when I was learning about the Rastafarian Movement, I discovered that Malcolm’s autobiography was once banned in Jamaica.  Why I wondered.  It was because a lot of people could identify with Malcolm’s transformation and like Hon. Marcus Garvey his influence was strong and growing.

A lot of times, many of my Christian friends ask me how can I associate with people from various religious faiths? I tell them that it is because of Malcolm. Malcolm I remind them came from a Christian background. Malcolm’s father was a Christian preacher murdered by fellow men who claimed to be Christians.  There were a lot of traumatic events that took place in Malcolm’s young life, which made him hate God.  It was because of these events, there was no way that he was going to return to church.  God had to reach Malcolm another way, so it was through Hon. Elijah Muhammad’s Nation of Islam and finally Sunni Islam.   This is why he was able to accomplish so many things and appeared to be ahead of his time. It was because of Malcolm’s religious faith, he was able to meet with others and respect them for what they believe. A true example of what it means to be a follower of God is to be able to respect others regardless of what they believe. This takes a lot of spiritual courage and growth to do, which he and Martin both were able to accomplish.

It was through Malcolm and Martin’s heroic works and devotion that I came to understand that God is not concerned with our affiliation, background or what we call our selves. God is only concerned with the heroic works that we do for our loved ones, community and humanity overall.  Whatever affiliation, background, associations, etc. that we deal with is meant to help us to fulfill our destiny and do the works of God.  It has nothing to do directly with our relationship with the Divine.

This is important for us to understand because right now some of the most religious people in the world.  Are also the biggest warmongers and perpetrators of the most heinous crimes committed in the history of the world.  So, in this sense Malcolm symbolizes true revolution, true change by reestablishing what it means to be an ancestor, thus putting salvation back in man and woman’s hands. Meaning you are responsible for your own evolution, not God. Your spirituality is between you and God.  In other words if you were to physically die and see God, would God be pleased with what you are doing? This is one of the point symbolized on the maa aankh.

Another thing that Malcolm signified through his works is that you can’t have physical change without money. Could this be the reason why Malcolm met with Fidel to understand how to fund change? Not sure. What I am sure of is that you can’t create real lasting revolutionary change without any money. And, when I say money I am not talking about greenbacks, but assets baby!  This is something that we all need to learn about, the difference between assets and liabilities. Too many of us have liabilities and not enough assets.

So, this May 19 lets remember Malcolm not only for all of his cultural contributions.  Let’s honor his memory by reflecting upon what we need to do to become an honorable ancestors ourselves.   Let’s become more responsible for our own physical and spiritual salvation and the salvation of our communities.


Hope this helps.


Derric “Rau Khu” Moore

For a complete discourse see MAA AANKH: Finding God the Afro-American Way,
by Honoring the Ancestors and Guardian Spirits

Not Dis Time:Richard Pryor and Kamit/Kemet

16 03 2010

TV1 did a special on old black television shows and their contributions to the media industry. One of the shows they highlighted was the briefly aired Richard Pryor show. I remember seeing bits and pieces of this show when I was a kid, but I finally got a chance to watch it in its entirety last month. What was so funny and true was the episode shown above about Kamit/Kemet.  A lot of people think that the black peoples’ interest in Kamit/Kemet began here recently or may have even begun when Cheikh Anta Diop first wrote his book African Origins of Civilization: Myth or Reality.  The truth of the matter is that we have been interested, fascinated, encouraged and inspired about the Kamitic/Kemetic tradition for a very, very long time. Possibly since the days of slavery.

Did you know that the first African American collegiate fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (founded in 1906) was inspired by the Kamitic/Kemetic culture, Kamitic/Kemetic mystery system and tradition. In fact, all of the Divine Nine (Black Greek-letter Organizations) were inspired by the Kamitic/Kemetic and their early initiation/pledge systems were originally based upon the Kamitic/Kemetic mystery system with a little bit of Masonic symbolism thrown in, watch Spike Lee’s School Daze. We won’t even talk about how much Kamiticism/Kemeticism exist in the Masonic orders. That’s a whole new discussion.

But, don’t get it tWiSteD like a lot of brahs and soros have done and think that they are “Greeks”. The Greek lettering was used as a mask, a classic defense mechanism developed from having a double-conscious.

Even W.E.B. DuBois was aware of this as indicated by the NAACP Crisis publication, and further analysis reveals that it goes back beyond that to when African Americans learned of their presence in the bible.

What’s interesting about this is that we are talking about shortly after slavery, African Americans knew that the Kamitic/Kemetic people were black and brown Africans. The reason they chose the Kamitic/Kemetic people as a source of inspiration in the early 1900s is to combat the racists and stereotypical imagery that existed during those times. It was a reminder that we are a great people and can or will be great once again.  If we remember, put into practice the concepts and principles left by our Kamitic/Kemetic ancestors we won’t forget ‘dis time.