Black Spirituality Religion : Moses - Fictional Character

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  1. Ra Nehem

    Ra Nehem Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Mikyia mo (I greet you all),

    I just read another thread mentioning moses, and I thought I'd post another message I wrote on a different forum. Moses, as well as jesus, muhammad, abraham, yeshua ben pandira, buddha, etc. are all absolutely fictional characters.

    Here's the post:


    Mikyia mo (Greetings) All,

    This topic is interesting and very important.

    The name Moses/Moshe is not derivative of the 'mes' title in the
    language of Kamit. Moses/Moshe is a purely fictional character. The
    life story of this fictional character was patterned after the
    knowledge of the God Tehuti.

    The title/function/name "maakheru" is the origion of the
    corruption 'moshe/moses'.

    Maakheru is very often written "maa kher". We must also recognize
    that the 'kh' metut is often translated and pronounced 'sh'.

    The 'r' is a rolling 'r' as in many of our Ancestral languages.

    Maa-kher thus becomes Maa-sher and later 'moshe/moses'.

    In the Twi/Akan language we have the 'hy' sound (pronounced as 'sh')
    which is actually the same as the 'kh' (sh) sound in Kamit.

    In Kamit, the term for law, rule, order is 'maa'. In Twi the term for
    law, rule, order is 'mmara'. The term for voice or 'to voice' in
    Kamit is 'Kher' or 'kheru'. The term for voice, meaning 'to voice'
    or 'to command' is 'hye' in Twi. The Twi term 'hye'
    (pronounced "sheh") is the same as the Kamau term 'kher'
    (pronounced 'shehr' or 'sheh').

    The term maakher (maa-she) in Kamit, meaning "true of voice", one
    who "speaks/voices the divine law" exists in Twi as "mmarahye" (mmara-
    hye) pronounced (mmara or maa-sheh). In Twi, mmarahye is defined
    as "jurist" meaning "one who voices the law (mmara)". The term is
    often used hyemmara (to legislate).

    Tehuti is the Divine Spokesperson of Ra. He is the original Maa-kher
    (true of voice and word) Who has the ability to make others "maakher"
    or true of voice and word. Hence the beginning of the prayer "Es
    Tehuti s-maakheru Ausar er khefta f" "Hail Tehuti who makes Ausar
    maakher against His enemies"

    When George G.M. James states that the title moshe was a title given
    to initiates all over Kamit, the reality of that statement is rooted
    in the fact that when one achieved a certain level of development in
    this life (and after death) they were given the title "MAA KHER" (Maa-
    she) See, Ausar Ani maakheru; Ausar Nebseni Maakheru; etc.

    Back to Tehuti. In the "Book of the Cow of Heaven" (The Destruction
    of Mankind) Ra asks Tehuti to "Come with me to the mountainous
    region" where men and women would not see them (Ra and Tehuti). Ra
    takes on the form of a God of Light and is thus called "Ra Aakhu".

    I.e., Tehuti (Maa Kher/Maa she/Moshe) goes on the mountain to see the
    God of Light (burning bush).

    Ra directs Tehuti to "write down what is in the spirit-world". Tehuti
    is givine the title An-Maat or "scribe of the Divine Law".

    I.e., Tehuti (Maa kher/Maashe/Moshe) is instructed to become the
    lawgiver (ten commandments inscribed in stone)

    Ra makes Tehuti His Deputy on Earth, and gives Tehuti an assistant.
    This assistant is the Divine baboon called "Anan".

    I.e., Tehuti (Maa kher/Maashe/Moshe) is given a helper. Anan (Ah-
    nahn) was corrupted into Aa-Rahn or Aaron, the fictional assistant to
    the fictional Moshe/moses. When you see the depiction of Tehuti
    sitting in a sacred barque with the baboon Anan next to Him, you are
    viewing Maakher and Anan (Moshe and Aaron/Moses and Aaron).

    Ra calls for the Divine Field (Sekhet Hetep) to be created for the
    followers of Tehuti and calls for Divine food (Aaru) to be placed in
    the Divine Field. Hence the name Sekhet Aaru.

    I.e., the promised land (sekhet hetep) is established for the
    followers of Moshe and the "food from heaven" (aaru) is placed
    therein. (Note: This is NOT Palestine)

    There is much more to this story. When we understand that Tehuti
    governs the pineal gland and the substances secreted therefrom
    (serotonin, melatonin)---and that melatonin goes into the production
    of Melanin, we understand that Tehuti/Maakher/Pineal is stimulated by
    the light of the Sun (Governed by Ra and Rait). Because of the
    stimulation of Ra's energy (solar light), the pineal gland can
    secrete divine food (serotonin, melatonin) for the body's cells to
    feed off of. The body of melanin is the "sekhet aaru".

    When Ra speaks of those individuals who contain "My words of power"
    which are "in their bodies". And when Ra orders that those
    individuals will be under placed under the jurisdiction of Ausar,
    this is the establishment of the priesthood. The corrupted version is
    the "establishment of the levitical priesthood in the old testament".

    There is much much more to this as we haven't addressed the
    connection Tehuti has with the moon (Iah-Tehuti; Iah becomes Jah),
    and how the moon plays the same role with respect to the Sun as the
    pineal gland plays with respect to our bodies.

    I detail this information in the "Kukuu-Tuntum".

    I'm rushing as I type this, but I just want to clarify that it is a
    mistake to:

    1) believe that Moshe ever existed (this is also true of jesus,
    muhammad, abraham, solomon, etc.)

    2) seek the etymology of the name by looking at the term 'mes'

    Finally, another meaning of the word 'maa' is 'bank or shore of a
    river'. Another meaning of the word 'kher' is 'under'.

    Thus another meaning of the word 'maakher' is 'under the bank or
    shore of a river'. To be under the bank is to be "in the water". This
    is the origin of the name "moshe" meaning "one who is drawn out of
    the water/one who was in the water".

    Tehuti comes into being from the great "watery" substance Nu. I.e.,
    Tehuti/Maakher (maashe/moshe) comes from out of the water.

    This also alludes to some who goes into initiation is one who "goes
    under". Ausar was thrown in the water. Heru's hands were retrieved
    from the water by Sobek. The christian corruption makes initiation
    (baptism) a rite of passage based on coming out of the water.

    Ma asomdwoee-Hetep,
    Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
     
  2. goraddy

    goraddy Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    100% Correct.

    Moses NEVER Existed.

    Ditto for Abraham, Joseph.
     
  3. HerukhuMaat

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    I say...Who Knows? It is common for humanity to create myth as a purpose for faith or belief. The power of myth is central to all ancient and current belief systems to explain things that cannot be explained by the objective mind.

    Now Moses the name is translated in Medu Netcher(ancient egyptian) as "Mesu". It simply means "Born Of". Ramoses or Rameses true name was prounounced Mesu Ra, not Ra Mesu. In Medu Netcher there is a term called "honorific intention" This means that when writing the language, anything divine precedes the word. Ra is considered divine so when writing Mesu Ra, the "Ra" precedes the Mesu. Although you pronounce the name "Mesu Ra", which simply means "born of Ra".

    Similarly Tut-Ankh-Amen is written :Amun-Tut-Ankh. Amun is the diety and is always written 1st.
     
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  5. Ra Nehem

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    Mikyia wo (Greetings) Radical Faith,

    These ancient cultures did survive and exist all over the continent. The Akan, Yoruba, Ewe, Igbo, Bakongo, Bambara, Dogon, Minianka, Goromantche, Wolof are just a few of the groups who are direct descendants of Keneset and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt). We still worship the same Divinities by the same names. Many of these groups continued to build great civilizations that lasted for centuries. Many of their descendants (us) were also brought to America during slavery.

    With respect to the God's commandment quote, again, moses is a fictional character. The entire structure of the judaic/hebrew "religion" is a fragmented corruption of some of the information that the whites and their offspring gleaned from Kamit in ancient times.

    Ma asomdwoee-Hetep,
    Ra Nehem



     
  6. Ra Nehem

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    Mikyia wo (Greetings) HerukhuMaat,

    I must say that the information exists in detail in our ancient writings and ancient (as well as contemporary) cultural practices. We have an abundance of evidence that shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that the biblical, quranic, talmudic, etc. characters are fictional. Our cultures have always been rooted in actual knowledge of reality. It is the whites and their offspring who manufactured myths (based on their attempted theivery of our culture) and propagated those myths as divine truths. They also promoted the idea that myth is the basis of belief. But, in reality that has never been true for Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) culture.

    It is a common misconception that the name Moses/Moshe was taken from the Kamau term Mesu. This began with europeans who first began excavations in Kamit in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is easy to see how the mistake was made, but it is nevertheless a mistake. This is why I posted the original term and it's corruption from "Maakher (Maasher) to Maakhe (Maashe) to Moshe".

    As mentioned in a previous post, many of the cultures of contemporary Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) are derivative of Keneset/Nubia and Kamit/Egypt. We still worship many of the same Deities by the same names that we did in ancient times. The languages are derivative also. We can find the proper pronunciations and key terms in these languages, that egyptologists have never figured out how to pronounce or define. Maakher is one of them (mmarahye in Akan/Twi).

    Meda ase (thank you) for your info. on the concept of honorific intention.

    Ma asomdwoee-Hetep (Peace),
    Ra Nehem



     
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    Well put brother. Understand this, the study of ancient cultures is suppose to be built upon and learned from. Whether we realize it or not our relation with God is evolving. For those who believe we are growing spiritually. All the discussions in this forum are essentially evidence that we seeking the truth, perfertion and purpose. To seek the truth and live by it is the maturation of the spirit. Though we don't not know what God's divine plan is, we know everything that happens happens according to God's divine plan good or what we may perceive to be bad. Brother keep seeking and sharing knowledge, all paths will eventually merge and the truth will be universal.
     
  9. AACOOLDRE

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    what about Solomon he is at least a form of Thoth and Ptah?
     
  10. Ra Nehem

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    Mikyia wo (Greetings) AACOOLDRE,

    Check out the "Solomon, Sheba and Menelik - Fictional Characters" thread. Solomon is actually a perversion of a title of Ausar.

    Ma asomdwoee-Hetep (Peace),
    Ra Nehem

     
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