Discussion in 'Black People Open Forum' started by Ankhur, Nov 12, 2009.
the guys that drink wine from a skull?
Be mindful... People that know, won't tell. And people who tell, don't know.
from Bobby Hemmit
thats a good way to keep things hidden from Black folks ,
but if that was the case no one would talk about anything and we would be all happy little robots marching smiling back into slavery
The truth? The truth is you won't know until you actual get invited to their fraternity. All else is a matter of speculation and guesswork. Just like the Freemasons I would imagine there are members who are in tune with what they're really about and others who just spend money and are happy to belong without knowing much of anything.
It's not just kept from Black folks. Its kept from ALL folks.
then is it a form of synarchy?
Peace Goddess' and Godz! As we continue further inscissions into these "advisor's to the king" (the Boule'), I would like to go over a few things from part one's to refresh your pineal glandz. This is truly a time to rejoice because the truth is sprouting up like a plant through the cracks of a concrete sidewalk. For too long these secrets have been buried and now, by the forces of Nature, we see rebirth in this concrete jungle!
Last piece, we laid the foundation of this wicked "white-with-black-faced" secret society called the Boule' or Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc. We unleashed our liquid sword and beheaded the beast of secrets exposing the organization's founding 6 members, one being dr. henry mckee minton of Philadelphia, on May 15, 1904. We also know, from reading the history book of the Boule' — written by charles h. wesley, that on page 28, we find that minton wanted to make this organization just like Skull and Bones, the 2nd chapter of a german-based white supremist organization (the Illuminati) which founded Skull and Bones at Yale University in 1776.
We also found the premises for this wicked group was to steal the black professional from the ranks of Marcus Garvey, which, at that time was reaching over 1 million-plus Afrikans in america without tv or radio. We also realized that right after the Boule' was founded, the 4 black frats and 4 black sororities were founded, as well as the NAACP and Urban League. And we also found a close relation with masonry.
Next, our next incision will go a level deeper. We will perform open heart surgery and split open the aorta of so-called black greeks; we will define the meaning of the Boule's logo — the Sphinx; their colors; and more of their connection with masonry. Let's start with their logo.
Most will say it is a sphinx. True, but not truth. Most will associate the sphinx with the tall, solid block statue our ancestors built in ancient KMT (in Afrika). Because we have been conditioned to accept without question, we never thought of looking up what the word sphinx means. Look in any dictionary and it will tell you that a sphinx is a third part woman, one-third eagle and one-third lion (notice the breasts and wings).
So when I think of the tall statue in KMT, does it look like a woman?? Where are the breasts?! What about the wings?! The original, Afrikan name is Her-Em-Akhet, which means Heru of the horizon and has the face of the builder, Khafre. When we look up the definition of sphinx, it means "to strangle, guard; gatekeeper or protect". This has nothing to do with KMT or Afrikan people.The sphinx is a grecian myth and is a major part of masonry.
We will see why the black frat, alpha phi alpha, the frat I was down with (but have since denounced my membership), adopted the sphinx and not Her-Em-Akhet. The history of the sphinx is wack, in fact, all greek myths is bull****!
According to the greeks, this beast was a guardian of the city of thebes. She sat on a cliff on the only path leading to the city. Anyone that wanted to enter thebes had to first confront the sphinx. The sphinx would ask one simple riddle and if you didn't know the answer, she would devour you, tearing you to pieces. The king, creon, was upset that many people were unable to enter his city. He consulted a homosexual named oedipus (NOTE: homosexuality was a norm for the grecian culture).
The king offered his crown and his daughter if he could kill the sphinx. So he bounced to where she was and she asked him the riddle, "What has one voice, and goes on four feet on two feet and on three, but the more feet it goes on the weaker it be?" oedipus responded, "Man — who crawls on all fours as a baby, then walks on two as an adult, and walks with a cane in old age." After answering the riddle correctly, the sphinx committed suicide by jumping off the cliff and oedipus was claimed king of thebes for outsmarting the beast.
Where do you see an Afrikan presence in this? Nowhere. Remember, greek mythology is based on myths!! It doesn't necessarily mean their stories actually happened. All pale-faced people came from the caucus mountains and their knowledge base is based upon what abraham and moses gave them (33 1/3rd° of knowledge), therefore, they are incapable of being master's of origination. They are, however, the masters of plagiarism.
They could never understand what Her-Em-Akhet means. The statue faced the east because our ancestors knew the pineal gland is the seat of the Afrikan soul and when the sun rises in the east, it hits the forehead (pineal gland), suppressing the beastly nature of man. As author Tony Browder puts it, "Symbolically, the body represents the animal nature which exists in wo/man, and the lion exemplifies the royalty and power of the divine spirit that exists in its lower physical form. The head of a man symbolizes the intelligence of the mind which must be cultivated in order to elevate the consciousness into a higher spiritual state so that it may become divine. Metaphorically speaking, it is the suppression of the lower animal nature and the refinement of the thought process that leads to the spiritual evolution of man. Spiritually speaking, it is only by conquering the "beast" within that one is capable of truly knowing God."
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