Black Spirituality Religion : Neter vs Neteru

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  1. Music Producer

    Music Producer Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    A lot of people try to say our ancestors of ancient Egypt had no representation or concept of Monotheism and Polytheism and these ideas are strictly western or comes from the Caucasian peoples.

    This is a misrepresentation of the truth in order to sway more black people into an ideology that is an ancient form of service to Jesus that is a polyeitheistic ideology.

    In Egypt the ideas were called Neter (Monotheism) and Neteru (Polytheism). Due to the fact that mostly polytheist presents Egyptian history to us today they intentionally leave out the Egyptian concepts of monotheistic worshipers to present what they want us to believe and that is Egypt and Africa did not have any concept of monotheism. Once they convince us of this misrepresentation then they make the move to say monotheism was only conceived and promoted by the white man and of course this falsely sets up the Caucasian Jew as being the holy people and the Diaspora Africans lost and unaware, some being so lost that they aid the white man in promoting the idea of Caucasian Jews.

    In Egypt our ancestors even had hieroglyphs to represent the two different ideologies. The Neter (Monotheistic) glyph is one flag with one seated deity. The Neteru (Polytheistic) glyph is three or more flags with one seated deity.

    Just like today we have temples of Judaic or Islamic worship (Monotheism) and temples of Christian or Catholic worship (Polytheism) Egypt had temples with one flag (Monotheistic) and temples with three or more flags (Polytheistic).

    So the next time someone presents the history of Egypt as being polytheistic only you inform them that they a misrepresenting and we have ancient poems and glyphs to prove otherwise.
     
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    Hey Bro. MP
    Glad to have you back here. I sincerely hope your health is getting better. It seems you have not changed position too much since you been away from ''Destee.com''

    I just have a couple of questions. Why do you think the ancient KMT authors needed to express the 2 concepts of Monotheism and Polytheism together.
    Didn't the citizens of many ancient cultures have a different concept of God vs. the popular Western concept of God?

    :peace:
     
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    Free-will choice

    Glad to be back. My health is returning slowly.

    Free will, good and evil must be presented so that humans will have a free will choice between them.

    No, Amma is the same as Nu. Nu is the same as Khnemu. Khnemu is the same as YHVH. YHVH is the same as Allah. The Supreme Being is the same no matter the time zone, people or the name. As long as the name cannot be found in ancient text as being attached to less then Supreme.
     
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    I'm thinking all religions have a creator that created everything including the gods. If the gods can be created, then they aren't gods. Therefore most belief systems that include a pantheon, deities, angels, saints, whatever are monotheistic.

    My opinion.

    Peace
     
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    Music Producer Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    “gods”

    We are the ones that are in error in calling them “gods”.

    Every thing would be fine if we did not start praising and worshiping things GOD created.
     
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