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Black Spirituality Religion : The Perfection of Black Women

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    I would like to demonstrate the Perfection of Black Women. How I will accomplish that will be in layers so we may have a chain of posts. What I mean by layers is that there are certain prerequisites that must be understood in order to capture the concept. If anyone is interested please feel free to comment, question or challenge what you desire.

    All concerns will be addressed to the point at least we may continue to the next phase.

    I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post pictures...but I have plenty that I would like to share to further demonstrate the Perfection theme.

    One final thing before we go on. Please be open-minded. Remember there are many things, many things, which we have never been introduced to. For that reason, may I request a new level of awareness.

    Having said that, as with all things graceful and beautiful, let us begin with Black Women.

    To begin to see Black Women as Perfect beings is to know that Perfection contains many permutations or, shall we say, aspects. My research demonstrates that Black Women are the full constitution of all things which are beautiful, intelligent and sophisticated. What some of us may think we see as "negative" here in the West is a modern construct, smoke and mirrors, you might say, to keep people in general, and Black Women in particular from recognizing her awesome powers.

    These awesome powers range from her bringing into existence those pyramids (all of them) as well as predating Judaic, Islamic and Christian belief systems. All that can be proven. What else can be proven is that many of the male personas in Kemet (and elsewhere) either did not exist or they were invented as male from an operational divesture move of academia. In other words, the stolen legacy of our Mother Queen. Hapi is a Black Woman along with Ankhnaten, Ptah, Rameses and the chain of Kemetic favorites. The ankh is the Black Woman's along with her other sceptres. You may ask, what does that have to do with Perfection? It has much to do with it especially as it relates to Black Women knowing what specific legacy belongs to them.

    Does this take away from us as black men? Of course it doesn't. This is not about emotionalism but objective data. Black men are still great. We are still powerful. We are still strong warriors. But we must no longer avoid questioning how and what type of information was admitted into the stream of awareness.

    We begin with beauty which is an aspect of Perfection. So then we find Ishakamusa Barashango, author of African Woman:The Original Guardian Angel writing:

    “The original Black Woman was the first model and standard of feminine beauty. She represented the epitome of graciousness. The sublime elegance of her corn-rowed or bushy hair, the dignity of her facial comeliness with her broad nose and delectable full lips and the awe inspiring curves of her voluptuous form was the subject of artists all over the world around 40,000 years ago.” [Washington, D.C.: IV Dynasty Publishing Company, page 47).
     
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    I've been trying to tell 'em for the longest. Can't wait to see what you present to us..
     
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    "It is the best of biographers," writes Ivan Van Sertima (1994) in his Egypt: Child of Africa, "who record not only the strength and weaknesses of important leaders or thinkers but see them through critical lenses grounded and tinted by the context of their place and time." (page 7).

    info-moetry I thank you for having already spoken on many of the things concerning our Black Women and I do hope the data I present to this beautiful house is not too repetitive.

    Besides the prominent facts that show Queen Ankhnaten with them big beautiful Black Woman hips, small waist and breasts, what I find most interesting is the ballistic data is completely ignored in lieu of mostly wishful thinking and some postulations of philosophy. There's absolutely nothing wrong with philosophy except when certain situations are available which could subsidize a particular query at hand. In short, what is never advanced or offered is the ballistic analysis available concerning Queen Ankhnaten. Before we proceed make a note that this infortmation is cogent in so far as we believe mortals were able to acquire the skeletal remains of certain divine black bodies.

    Now if you check out the article “Nefertiti’s Regality” by Julia Samson (1977) you will find Fig. 2 being described as her wearing “her own distinctive crown with uraeus, surmounted by disc, plumes, and ram’s horns.” But we find in the male Akhenaten in Aldred’s Akhenaten and Nefertiti with the same exact look and crown. This on page 53 and 100 (No. 14). But Julia Samson seems to have anticipated someone like us would one day come along and figure it out so this Samson writes:

    “This type of crown with the ram’s horns, disc, and plumes is also worn by Akhenaten.”(page 92).

    Incidentally, now that we are in to the forensics discussion, the burial was also believed to be that of Smenkhkare, Brother of “King Tut,” according to D.E. Derry. (See Alan Gardiner’s piece "The So-called Tomb of Queen Tiye," page 11). So if both of them are wearing the same thing, and they look alike, and both buried in a Queen's fashion, how in the world are they telling them apart is the question. And if they look alike and they are dressing alike, and buried alike, then we should consider the report (1907) of Elliot Smith which in part can be found in Aldred and Sandison’s piece:

    In considering this difficult problem I naturally turned to consider those pathological conditions which might cause delay in the union of the epiphyses. Of these, the most likely seemed to be the syndrome described by Froelich in 1900, now known as dystrophia adiposogenitalis.

    In patients presenting this condition cases have been recorded in which the bones at 36 years of age revealed the condition which in the normal individual they show at 22 or 23, so this suggested the possibility of bringing the anatomical evidence into harmony with the historical data. In support of this solution there are the very peculiar anatomical features of Akhenaten when alive, which have been made familiar to us by a large series of contemporary portraits.
    Forty years ago archaeologists were puzzled by the pictures of this Pharaoh, and it was suggested that he was a woman masquerading as a man.

    In light of our present knowledge, however, they seem to be quite distinctive of Froelich’s syndrome and afford valuable support to the suggestion that this was the real cause for the delay in the fusion of the epiphyses. In addition to this, the skull-both the brain-case and the face-reveals certain important peculiarities.

    There is a slight degree of hydrocephalus such as is often associated with Frolich’s syndrome and also an over-growth of the mandible, such as may result from the interference with the pituitary. (page 50).

    These remains, that purports to be Akhenaten’s “were first examined in position in the tomb by Dr. Pollock of Luxor and ‘a prominent American obstetrician’on the invitation of Theodore M. Davis. Both surgeons were emphatic in pronouncing the ‘roomy’ pelvis to be that of a woman.”(page 49, bold mine).
     
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    Perfection ... once you reach 25 posts, you will be past the New Member Probation Period ... which i have yet to officially announce even exists (in fact, i just gave it that official name) ... :look: ... well, once you have 25 forum posts you'll be able to post images as well as gain access to a host of other features. I'm so behind on this, but just so you can know the answer to your concern ... here i am ... :)

    Enjoying your posts and looking forward to more.

    Thanks for sharing with us.

    Much Love and Peace.

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    Many thanks to you Queen Motha :)
     
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    There are benefits to be found in all belief systems. The scholarship of the Moors offer the village valuable information they learned from Kemet and they show us concerning our whereabouts in Europe and the greatness of our leadership and strength as black men.

    Islam has a place in our lives. I have seen, and know, Brothas who were cleaned up mentally and physically due to the teachings of some of the principles of Islam in general and the honorable Elijah Muhammad tenets in particular.
    Notwithstanding those small vocal Black Women haters, I admire the Hebrew Israelites for their keen research regarding the data on Christianity.

    Speaking of Christianity, it too must be respected. This was one of the religious systems I embraced before I was allowed into the Black Woman’s Mystery System. Of course it had its issues then (with me) and now but I cannot disregard how it stabilized me in a number of ways during some valleys I was going through.

    There are other belief systems too we can mention but the point I wish to make is that these and other religious systems are incapable of reaching its zenith should the adherents of these systems fail, or neglect to see the common denominator in them all: The Perfection of Black Women being the central figure for all their beginnings.

    I was given permission to continue by our Queen Fine 1952 so we can look at Christianity for the Black Woman's Perfection. Assuming, for the sake of discussion, we accept some narratives of the Bible to have some veracity, then peep our dear Brotha King Solomon. Now there’s a black man who loved him some Black Women. I could hang with him (lol…but that’s another discussion). Contrary to misinformation, all the women in King Solomon's life were black and beautiful: the Moabites, the Ammonites, the Sidonians (or Zidonians) and the Hittities. But what’s interesting about this black man is that his connection to the Black Woman’s Mystery System is never brought to the fore.

    King Solomon was a adept student of the Black Woman’s Sciences.

    If you are a Black Woman who is familiar with his life, may I ask that you suspend the fact that he had a number of wives and paramours. Please do not permit that small fact to overshadow who these women were and what they were teaching him. These women were the most powerful entities in the sciences. Indeed, a key observation I have come to realize is that no rabbinic scholar or Christian theologian ever tries to make a discourse on exactly what made Brotha Solomon wise. Why was he deemed to be the wisest King of the Biblical times? I submit to this beautiful family that it was our glorious Black Women who made this man wise as well as powerful. And no, I’m not saying it takes hundreds of Black Women to make a black man wise. One of you can do it as all Black Women are equipped with the powerful legacies as demonstrated through their foremothers.

    So we should ever be mindful of our glorious Black Women as we seek to understand her Perfection. All of us have endured enough of the acridity lodged against our beautiful Black Women. Let us now desire to know and to have virtuous information about these precious divinities in order to mold the contours of our cognitive development favoring the most affirmative views available concerning her majesties. Granted, this may not be easy. After decades of cultural neglect against Black Women, developing a new level of awareness is a challenge in itself as current cultural traits deem Black Woman to be average.

    But in the new level of awareness modality, one must abandon ideas which one has held on to for decades, or, practically most of their lives which speak against Black Women.

    Equity pleads we must expend the same amount of energy (indeed more) in seeking out what is immaculate about Black Women as we did/do regarding what we ‘think’ is negative about her. It is only just that we formulate an angelic praxis, based on data---not wishful thinking, which can short circuit all of the long-standing abusive language deeply planted in our individual and collective consciousnesses against these most virtuous beings amongst us. These deeply held traducements are often times passed on to them, to us, from well-meaning family members and the global agency of the media. In that context, this means many aspersions lodged against Black Women morph into belief systems which we hold so close and dear you might say they become family heirlooms and family traditions.

    For that reason, certain negative belief systems become much more difficult to question, detect, challenge or even discard when circumstances require such a move.
     
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    As we continue on our way in seeing the contours of Perfection, let us continue to know that we live in a construct not favorable to Black Women, and, more so our Black Women here in the West. The Perfection of Black Women is an actuality which is provable but there are a number of blocks which must be removed from the individual and collective consciousnesses before one can fully appreciate her Perfection. Providing positive, secret, hard-to-find information about Black Women is not so more difficult to do than to get one to come from up under a certain mindset that is usually fixed against Black Women being naturally Queens, much less Perfect beings.

    Definitions are one of those blocks which need to be removed. Through no fault of their own necessarily, some (not all) Black Women are afraid to embrace that deeper level of divinity that she knows and feels burn insider her. I remember watching the Olympics and I was looking at Gabriella and her initial performance and the first thing I told a friend was that she was holding her energy back so that she would not outshine her teammates. I saw it all in her beautiful face. After the Olympics was over and she went on Oprah, she said something to the effect that she used to keep her greatness at a certain level in order not to displease those members who she was training with.

    Many Black Women are like Gabriella. Yall know deep down inside that Black Women are the personification of divinity and beauty but because you do not want to be perceived as having an “ego” or being “arrogant” you either tone your divinity down, ignore it or outright reject it. I’m glad Queen Gabriella shook that mindset off halfway through her performance and brought us home the gold.

    Understand the message of Perfection is truly a higher level of awareness and may not be readily acceptable for everyone at this moment. I’m not saying this works for everybody, but what I have learned works for me (and what I instruct) is that the first thing to do is to stop having any urge to point a finger at Black Women---regardless to what she does, or does not do. For example, some think that a Black Woman cannot be on a higher level of awareness if she wears her hair straight. Some think that Black Women who are Islamic, Chrisitian or otherwise are not deserving of the Perfection title. Some would argue that if a Black Woman has children out of wedlock then that automatically bars her from being Perfect.

    Perfection has absolutely nothing to do with behavior.

    Hang in there with me. Remember we are trying to develop a new level of awareness about Black Women. Technically, this is not a “new” level of awareness but an ancient one brought back forward. That Black Women are Perfect beings goes back since before the first moments of any clock ticked.

    We should remember that what we see and experience now about our glorious Black Women is a recent phenomenon. In the Ancient World when black men saw a Black Woman, let’s say on the golden paved roads of ancient Ephesus, she was either an angel, an oracle or a God. Obviously information such as that is difficult to grasp when you see how the first Queen is treated here in the 21st century.

    There is documented information which shows Black Women being the first action heros, you might say. Exciting stories of adventures are to be found in ancient narratives of Black Women. The golden lasso, the magic ring, flight and the cape are all features which can be found, first, annexed to outstanding legends of Black Women thousands of years ago. The Thessalian, Kemetic and Hebraic women were all known for their enhanced abilities affiliated with rings, bracelets, earrings etcetera.

    Black Women were considered as premier foreign policy specialists for all nations, that protocol mandated these distinguished women be sought for all matters relating to social, political and spiritual needs and that no issue was settled unless and until the matter in question was deliberated and subsequently blessed by the golden words of you, Black Woman.

    Someone may say, “Well Brotha that sounds well and good and can tickle the ears of Black Women but do you have some proof?”

    Of course we do.

    In 204 BCE, the government of the powerful Roman Empire requested a certain group of Black Women, the great Sybils, come to Rome and assess the conflict they (Romans) were experiencing with the Carthaginians. When the lovely women arrived they were briefed by the Roman authorities and then asked for their counsel in proceeding politically regarding the impending attack assumed to be launched from the Carthaginians.

    Remember that we must reconsider many of the definitions that have been imposed upon us about Black Women which preclude us from understanding her Perfection and appreciating her as our Queen. And Black Women must not be ashamed or afraid to embrace who they naturally are which is beautiful, divine and powerful.
     
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    Ntresing u have opened up a new avenue of research for me. I have assumed and accepted ankenton as a male without question. in spite of the fact that she/he would have been the only male version of an hermaphrodite. This is vital not just because of gender but more importantly the historical changes that ankenton made taking the approach from theory of the priest of amen to the acknowledgment of aten as a founding source of all things. The science presented with the philosophy of aten. The hymms to aten. The beautiful literature written in the book of the living. Coming from the divine source the wo man in my opinion adds credibility to a very controversial time in kemetic history!
     
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