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Friday, 8 May 2009

What did Kemetic people believe ?

Some of this stuff may seem similar to you, well that's because modern day religions have plagiarised, this is their source. If your religious, then in truth your really following watered down twisted versions of ancient Kemetic practices, don't forget you always end your prayers with Amen (Amen-Ra), and you also believe ISRAEL is God's chosen land... well IS-RA-EL = ISIS - Amen Ra - EL = The holy Mother - The Most High - The most high with us (Kemetic Concept) This is no coincident

It is about living a successful, glorious and peaceful life. They believe the purpose of our existence is to develop our Spiritual Selves, in ways that gives full expression to our Divine Power through the integration and balancing of all aspects of our Spiritual Selves, and the harmonizing of our relationships to the world and nature. The goal is to create "Unity Within Diversity". The statement "As Above; So Below" refers to the fact that the Objective (material world) is a reflection of the Subjective (inner world). It has been referred to as magic, and miracles in the Objective World, which are expressions of the Spiritual Power manifesting in the Objective World. When this power is misused, that is, not wielded with the idea of creating "Unity Within Diversity" then disease, war, discord occurs in the world.

We are all manifestations of a transcendent force: the Mother/Father God, and we are all connected, and powerful. The purpose of spiritual cultivation on all levels is to reveal the unity in diversity on all levels, and thus create peace within the individual, and in the world. The purpose also was to create Maat (balance, harmony, justice, righteousness, reciprocity, and order). These are the key concepts in any ethical system, and they emerged first within the ancient Nile Valley of Africa.
Ptah-Hotep & the Instruction of Ke'Gemni:

The Oldest Books in the World

6th Dynasty (2300 to 2150 BCE.) Ancient African Wisdom.

Ptah-hotep served during the reign of Izezi as a sage. His maxims are in the Prisse Papyrus which are in the Louvre. Another copy of these is in the British Museum. In these maxims, he has told his fellow Kemetian to conduct their affairs in a quiet and righteous manner. He encouraged them to be truthful and be kind and tolerant to their neighbors and fellow countrymen.

Kemetic Religion
Oldest religion in the world
Ankh : The Original Cross
Book of the Dead of Maiherperi

The Judgment of the Dead

(1427-1392 BCE)

The "Declaration of Innocence" had to be said by the deceased in the "Hall of Justice" descending to the broad "Hall of Two Truths", purging all the forbidden things he/she has done in order to be purified, and be allowed Rebirth. If the heart failed the test it was thrown to the Ammut "the Eater of Souls".

There were forty-two Confessions with forty-two judges. One must pass these confessions after practicing holiness to achieve an acceptable death of immortality. These "Confessions" is one of the most distinctive, innovative and best known features of the Book of the Dead. These forty-two declarations were found on papyrus in the tomb of the Nubian Maiherperi of the 18th Dynasty.

Maat Hotep

The Ausarian Drama or Resurrection

The trilogy of Auset (Isis), Ausar (Orisis), and Heru (Horus) (Ausarian Drama) is 4100 years older than Christianity. In the story, the God Ausar, was killed by his brother, Set (origin of the word Satan). The son (Sun) of Ausar, named Heru, avenged his father's death by fighting with Set. His father was resurrected from death.

This original story (prototype for Constantine's bible) is published in detail in the Book of coming forth by day erroneously known as the book of the dead. The earliest Book of the Dead on record dates to the mid-fifteenth century BCE, but some of the spells had their origins in the Pyramid Texts from the 5th and 6th Dynasties, carved more than 1000 years earlier.

The Pyramid Texts themselves in part refer in their own turn to rituals and practices probably in common usage 1000 years prior to them. Some of the texts were found on the walls of tombs, on coffins, written on linen or vellum, and on papyrus.

Maat Hotep

History of Religion

The Kemetians, studied the cosmos closely and recognized that great powers hold the universe together. These powers inherent in the universe were also identified in the human body, and the sum total of all the Universal forces was the One God, the Supreme, the Universe.

The Kemetic people were ancient black people of the Nile Valley. After many successful attempts over a period of thousands of years, the land was finally conquered by invaders. This invasion ended the Kemetic empire. It was the first monotheistic tradition and the oldest spiritual system in the world. As a result, of the downfall this gave rise to the Egyptian people. The Egyptian people were the conquerors who settled in the land and there they remained after each conquest from the Arabic influence to that of the Romans. The closing of the Egyptian temples by the order of Emperor Justinian in the fifth century (AD) was the attempt to destroy African civilization by reorganizing many of North Africa's principal features.

So where did the ancient Kemetic people go to flee from foreign invasions and religious oppressors? Well, some stay around the ancient land, but it is believed that most of them migrated to sub-Sahara Africa and to the West of Africa.

The Kemetic religion embodies a system of spiritual cultivation, the oldest in the world. The next closest tradition in terms of age would be Vedic tradition of India, which based on the Rig Veda, could be traced back to about 1500 BCE, and even the Vedic tradition would appear also to owe some of its spiritual science to Kemet. The earliest written parts of the Bible would have been written 1000 BCE, based on a tradition dating back to Abraham, who would have lived one thousand years earlier, in about 2000 BCE. Moses lived about 1300 BCE. Chinese Taoist philosophy dates back only to about 500 BCE, as does Confucianism.

Maat Hotep (Truth and balance is your Peace)

Origin of the word Kemet

In the pre-history period of Egypt, and during the Old Kingdom, Egypt was referred to as Kemet, or simply Kmt, which means "The Black Nation" or "The Black City". The name for Egypt was originated by the Greeks, as Ae-gyp-t-os. Over the millenniums, Egypt has had many names in many different languages. Today, its official name is Junhuriyah Misr al-Arabiyah, which in English means the Arab Republic of Egypt.

Egyptians themselves today refer to Egypt as Misr. Misr is an Arabic name simply meaning "country", and part of the tradition of this term as a name for Egypt comes from the Islamic Quran. The Arabs who invaded Egypt, like the Greeks, had problems pronouncing the term, Ae-gyp-t-os, which means "Egyptian citizen". Essentially, they changed the word to Copti. Of course, at that time, Egypt was a Christian nation, so the term became limited to actual Egyptian Christians as the country became more and more Muslim.


Friday, 1 May 2009

the mind is a doorway between the spirit and soul

The mind is consciousness, the spirit is your subconsciousness and the soul is your superconsciousness.

The mind is a doorway between the sub and superconsiousness.
The subconsciousness (spirit) is your library of knowledge that was passed down through your DNA.

The soul is how you activate/use this knowledge.

The mind is (consciousness) is how you access your library of knowledge an also how you alternate between passive (just looking at information/learning/thinking) and active (doing things).

Thursday, 30 April 2009

Ten Commandments or 42 negative confessions - written by Ka-Sebai-Ba

Christians, Jews, Muslims....Does this seem familiar to you...

I have not done iniquity.
I have not robbed with violence.
I have not stolen.
I have done no murder, I have done no harm.
I have not defrauded offerings.
I have not diminished obligations.
I have not plundered the Netcher.
I have not spoken lies.
I have not snatched away food.
I have not caused pain.
I have not committed fornication.
I have not caused shedding of tears.
I have not dealt deceitfully.
I have not transgressed.
I have not acted guilefully.
I have not laid waste the ploughed land.
I have not been an eavesdropper.
I have not set my lips in motion (against any man).
I have not been angry and wrathful except for a just cause.
I have not defiled the wife of any man.
I have not defiled the wife of any man. (repeated twice)
I have not polluted myself.
I have not cause terror.
I have not transgressed. (repeated twice)
I have not burned with rage.
I have not stopped my ears against the words of Right and Truth (Ma'at).
I have not worked grief.
I have not acted with insolence.
I have not stirred up a strife.
I have not judged hastily.
I have not been an eavesdropper. (repeated twice)
I have not multiplied words exceedingly.
I have not done neither harm nor ill.
I have never cursed the King.
I have never fouled the water.
I have not spoken scornfully.
I have never cursed the Netcher.
I have not stolen.
I have not defrauded the offerings of the Netcher.
I have not plundered the offerings to the blessed dead.
I have not filched the food of the infant, neither have I sinned against the Netcher of my native town.
I have not slaughtered with evil intent the cattle of the Netcher.

No this is not your ten commandments, neither is it a copy of it, these are the Original Afrikan — Kemetic spiritual "42 Declarations of Innocence" "42 Admonitions of Ma'at" "42 Negative Confessions.

And this is where your bible, has plagiarized and transformed, them into ten commandments, to control your mind, by changing the tone from "I have not to Thou shalt NOT" ( things that make you go... hmmmm)


Hi Seth, thanks for your comment... pls see below...

These "Negative Confessions" represent the FIRST moral code of ethics invented for a people to live by on a daily basis. Afrikans invented these moral codes in the B.C. era.
These were developed before there was a Christian Holy Bible or an Islamic Holy Qur'an. It took the ancient Afrikans fifty generations or 1,200 years to develop these moral, spiritual codes. The reason why there are 42 "Confessions" is because there were 42 "Districts" or "Provinces" which the ancient Kemites — Afrikans — Egyptians called "Sepat". When the Greeks (the world's first Europeans) conquered Kemet in 332 B.C., they re—named them "Nomes".
At that time also, there were ten categories of sins in Kemet (Egypt). Thus, the ten categories of sins that Moses, the Afrikan, used as the basis to formulate the so—called "Ten Commandments" already existed. They are as follows:

1 -"General sins against people"
2- "Crimes against a person"
3- "Crimes against the Gods"
4- "Crimes against the King"
5- "Crimes against the Dead"
6- "Crimes against animals"
7- "Crimes against Property"
8- "Fraud"
9- "Faults of morals and character"(1)
10- "Faults of morals and character"(11)

As such it did not take a genius in rocket science or advanced calculus to collapse 42 into 10 and that's precisely what the former Egyptian High Priest Moses did. Nothing more; nothing less.

These are the Derived Euro — Christian religious "Ten Commandments"

1 -I am the Lord thy God. Thou shalt have no other Gods before me. (41)
2- Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image...
3- Thou shall not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain...(7, 37, 41)
4- Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy...
5 -Honor thy father and thy mother. (1, 12, 28)
6 -Thou shalt not kill. (4)
7- Thou shalt not commit adultery. (11, 20, 21)
8 -Thou shalt not steal. (2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 39, 40)
9- Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor (8, 13, 18, 29)
10 -Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house or wife... (13, 20, 21, 29, 33)

Their derivative from the original 42 "Negative Confessions" are shown at the end of each. In other words, the modern-day Euro-Christian "Ten Commandments" did not come or were received from God above; they are Afrikan — Kemetic in origin.

In this regard, one must clearly understand that there is a vast difference between original Afrikan spirituality and derived Euro-Christian religion. Spirituality is defined as the direct connection, relationship and interaction with the universe, cosmos, nature and that spiritual God — force, Amen-Ra "the giver/creator of life" (as outlined in your bible in Revelation 3 verse 14).

"Religion is defined as the deification of a people's cultural experiences, politics and political power control intent. And this is precisely why Moses had to change the 42 "Confessions" which represented a daily way of life and being into "Commandments" as a medium for power, force and control of his people's daily lives.Afrikan people need to understand that in the B.C. era, Afrika was known as "the land of spiritual people".

As a result of European supremacy, Afrika and Afrikans globally have been transformed into a "religious people" in the A.D. era to our powerless detriment. Afrikans have lost their original spirituality. Afrikan people also need to understand that in the B.C. era, ALL the Gods were Black; now in the A.D. era, All the Gods are White.

This represents European religious power-control supremacy at its zenith. Now is the time in this 21st millennium for Afrikans on the Continent and in the Diaspora to retrieve, recapture, relocate, reclaim, reconnect, reorient and re-enact their original spirituality on a daily basis 24-7-365 as the most potent weapon in their armory to survive and empower themselves. Nothing else will do.

Shem Hotep ("I go in peace")

What is Spitirual Law and Justice

Here i will discuss the spiritual laws that each indvidual must overstand, i am simply outlining what your ancient way of life was about, when mankind overstood what it meant to be close to the most high, to be united with their spiritual side.

Ma'at is the Kemetic principle that represents spiritual law, order and love. it is interesting that they put law and love together in the same principle because in their philosophical view law was not about force and punishment. Instead it is/was the natural outcome of love which is, in the words of Ra Un Nefer Amen (a book author), the expression of our oneness with each other and with The most high.

Unlike the 10 Commandments (which were stolen from the 42 negative confessions, see the 11 laws of God are not a finite list of Dos and Donts. Instead, they are principles which the Creator set in motion so we can live a victorious life if we live by them.

Western culture has programmed us to go from pleasure to pain, pleasure to pain according to circumstances outside our control. We seek to maximize the circumstances that bring us pleasure and minimize the ones that bring us pain.

Kemetic (An ancient black race) overstanding teaches us that many of the emotions we experience are programmed reactions to circumstances. The Creator has given us the tools to deprogram and reprogram our reactions so we can instead respond in a way that is conducive to our spiritual, emotional, mental and physical health. We go from pleasure to peace to pleasure to peace. Isn't faith enough to do all this? Don't be afraid to be honest. We know many people who believe very strongly that God has provided all their needs and yet they have no lasting joy or self control because they are constantly waylayed by emotional ups and downs So we must learn to rise above emotions (energy in motion)

The Kemau recognized the Self as the true individual with the personality as the part of our makeup which houses our e-motions and can be programmed. Society has already programmed us through the media to be "conformed to this world."

Isn't it time for us to start prograamming ourselves to be "transformed by the renewing of our minds?"

Here are the 11 laws (in Green).

For a full explanation of these principles be sure to pick up a copy of Amen's book Ma'at: The 11 Laws of God.

0. Law of Amen
You were created in the likeness of a peace which cannot be disturbed. Regain your original state of peace to attain to your reason for coming into existance--the enjoyment of life.

1. Law of Ausar
Your nature is an unconquerable peace. Therefore, nothing and no one in the world can be against you. All experiences come to you to promote your reclamation of peace, that you may in turn acquire wisdom and power.

2. Law of Tehuti
When your thoughts, feelings and actions reflect the Word of God then the power of God’s spirit and a peace that nothing can challenge will flow through your being.

3. Law of Sekher
When the emotions of Man manifest in respense to the Word of God they have the power to influence any and all events in the world.

4. Law of Ma’at
God needs you in order to come into the world. Fulfilling God’s need is the highest act of love and only through your love for God can you fulfill your love for others. Become God’s love in the world for the protection of the world.

5. Law of Herukhutt
Know that God neither punishes nor rewards nor protects. You will have the comfort of controlling these for yourself.

6. Law of Heru
You have the power but not the right to ignore God’s law. Choose to follow God’s law with the love and joy that comes from understanding and the wisdom and power of God’s spirit will flow through your being.

7. Law of Het-Heru
It is not what you imagine but who is imagining. Are you a human or a divine being?

8. Law of Sebek
It’s not what you think or affirm. It’s who is thinking or affirming. Are you a human or divine being?

9. Law of auset
Prepare to sacrifice everything to become the vessel of God on earth and you will, in trn, receive everything.

10. Law of Geb
Know that from heaven you came and to heaven you will return; seek not enduring works on earth.
Yes i said 11, but who taught you that numbers started from 1 lol

Truth Seekers