Black Spirituality Religion : Personal Footage: See Black Women in stone Kemetic Temple

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    Among the sorted foundations in the course of honing skills in studying Kemet (and other nations of antiquity) it should be understood that no one can teach Kemet with the efficiency and insight except those known in this world as black people.

    We should qualify that observation. That does not mean other peoples and cultures cannot add to our body of knowledge. But we cannot expect other people to hit the grind for us in order to set in motion those triggers laying dormant in us which are begging to be activated.

    Another reason we must rely primarily on ourselves for data and insight is because all nations of antiquity, including religions, with no exception, are black. And black people, you, me, us...should never allow anyone else to know more about us than us.

    Now although black people are the best to teach one another the things of Kemet and other nations of antiquity, we must yield to the fact that our Black Women are the best amongst us to teach Kemet and other nations of antiquity. This shouldn't be hard to accept because the facts tell us who is the first teacher? Black Women, right? So we shouldn't have a problem there.
     
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    Please see attached PDF. When you get a moment, please look over this document. It will be discussed soon when we speak about symbolism.
     

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    Let's take a few moments to discuss assumptions. They are those things that one believes to be true based on certain information they hold which seems logical but often times being based more technically on insuffient, unsupportable elements.

    Making assumptions are not an inherently wrong act. I can assume that a dog chasing me and angrily barking may have the intentions of biting me. I can assume that if I don't pay my bills, my lights and stuff will get cut off.

    On the other hand, there are times when asumption usage becomes more detriment to our lives when made. We assume that whatever is said on television must be true because...it's on television.

    Then there is the double assumption: We assume that people in official capacities will never lie to us because, we assume, they will get in trouble just like us if we were to lie.

    We assume that if we see a "news story" that there is no hidden agenda or that the news story may have been fabricated.

    We assume that if statistics are articulated from an official agency then those statistics must be true to the letter without no hidden agenda or mendacity.

    Now let's remain mindful of this thinking process of assumptions as we consider the following about Kemet:

    1. We assume that it is possible for someone who has never been to Kemet capable and qualified to be considered an expert in Kemet.

    2. We assume that those who have been to Kemet must be proficient in Kemet.

    How do we reconcile the two? Number 1 automatically is in an inadequate position to be deemed an expert. Number 2 has a better shot because of her or his time there. However, what may reduce the expert level of the one who has been is the art of regurgitation. Recall what we said about that usage.

    3. We assume the so-called heiroglpyhs have been deciphered and that there is such a thing as a [double assumption] "heiroglyphic dictionary."

    4. We assume that personas like Hapi, Ankhnaten, Ramese, Ra, Ptah and many others are not Black Women divinities.

    5. We assume Maat, within the context of Kemetic studies, means equal parts.

    6. We assume in the Old World, especially in the two time quadrants of cosmic and ancient times, that the geographical location we know as Kemet was a domicile. In other words, we assume Kemet was a city whereby people lived, work and played.

    Those are just a few assumptions we should consider. I would also ask that you recall our discussion in the Perfection series where we talked about the waterbear. Remember we said that just because we don't know about something does not mean that something does not exist. So too we can say it does not follow that just because something(s) are not spoken about by who we believe is an expert, this does not mean that those things that your expert does not speak about is not a fact and does not exist.
     
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    As an eye witness to this wonderful Temple, I can assure you there are only Black Women who comprise the sacred walls of this magnificent edifice. More specifically the cosmic epoch. These Temples are much older and extraordinary that one may suppose. When I was touching the walls of these Temples an electriical-like field runs through your body. There are other experiences those who walked the halls of these ancient cities can also attest. For those reasons, and more, we must begin to consider other uncharted areas of the Kemetic sciences of these structures in general and the depth and luminosity of Black Women in particular that we may have overlooked.

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    On one of the walls in the Temple of Dendera, on the first level, to the immediate left as you walk pass the first portico, (up that slight hill) you will see some of the above photo. This is the Black Queen with wings that was chiseled out of the walls.

    In fact, what virtually all researchers fail to mention is that this Queen wears wings that look like a gorgeous, see-through, long sleep gown.

    I saw proof that you are Black Angels.

    Imagine a very snugg fitting dress on one of our Queens but instead of a dress she's draped in two wings encircling her body like a bird. A jaw-dropping visual to say the least. You find that inside and outside this great Temple. Again, many of these wing imprints have been purposely chiseled away to give the impression that these Black Angels are simply wearing long dresses. You see, it's magnificent when you see a Black Woman in a nice fitting dress; but it is literally heavenly when you understand that she's draped in wings.

    But what I wanna bring your attention to now is the contents of the basket she's carrying. Please study it, and then tell us what you think.
     
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    I’m going to need you help on this one. If I went to Egypt I am unable to read these accent writing. So please provide me with a copy of these writings and translations that show men during this period of time saw all women as oracles, angels or gods. What a wonderful time this must have been when you could turn to your wife and say. Honey we have some people coming over there is only water in the kitchen could you turn it into wine?

    I also need to know what your definition of a god is, because I find it odd that the majority of the population consists of gods yet we still suffer. What are you women sorry gods waiting for??????
     
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    They don't assume they provide evidence for their clams which is subject to peer review. Otherwise we would all be making all kinds of claims with no way to discerning what is right. So if you have new information go ahead and publish in the relevant scientific journals and let your work be reviewed by others in the field.

    Some assumptions are OK to make but we are open to the fact that they could be wrong. We assume based in the evidence we have the more evidence we have the better our assumptions. We assume that you don’t have to go to Greece to lean Greek. We assume that when someone tells us then are leaning Greek at an American university they are telling the truth. When we look at the evidence we find they are American universities teaching Greek etc.


    So stop with the straw man arguments, the people who claim to have deciphered the hieroglyphics have provided their evidence for their claim. Where’s yours????? I once went to Germany and saw a lot of texts in German that does not mean I am now able to translate German.

    So remember just because they are no pictures of unions does not mean they don’t exist.
     
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    trust and believe you are way out of your league my friend. take a deep breath...ok...now release.........that's it....notha deep breath..............there you go.........notha deep breath........now release.......visualize........visualize yourself at a calm place in your life............there you go..........notha deep breath..........that's it..........now recite these words to yourself:

    "I need to calm myself....I need not be so anxious to invite pugnacity--- especially without any evidence.....especially when I'm just walking thru the Garden not at all prepared for the breaking of the levies..............especially when I have only said his work is inaccurate but did not go into any specific details to dispute with my own besides saying 'not true'.........yes, yes........I need to...... breathe.......especially when I have never stepped foot on the ancient provinces of Kemet and then I try and tell this Brotha, who slept in the Temples, that he didn't see what he saw.......I need to....breathe.....I need to calm all the way down and recognize where I am...I need to study this Brotha's pristine work...I need to try and understand why is it that he loves Black Women so dammm much...... I need to speak to people and ask around.....I need to consider it could be intellectually dangerous to cross examine someone whose work I understand only through a cursory prism....let me breath it out and be careful where I step."

    a wise person would embrace that affirmation.
     
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    I have not problem with you loving black women love as much as you want and good on you love is a good thing. I'm sure you saw what ever it is you saw in the temples all I'm say is if your work is that ground breaking why don't you publish in the relevant journals and have it subject to peer review. If the only way of knowing is sleeping there, can't wait tell you have slept your way all over Africa.
     
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    you've gone from hastily criticizing my work and labeling it as inaccurate to now saying I need to present it to "relevant journals" for "peer review." with an underlining suggestion that if I don't, then my work about the Perfection of Black Women is null and void. i'm wondering what tools have you to gauge "relevant" and most curious as to who you would deem a "peer." that discussion would then generate several more queries and pertinent subsets.

    first, on whose criterion do you bestow those you consider to be embedded in the "relevant journals" who, incidentally, do not subscribe to the Perfection thesis, who would qualify as my "peers"?

    if your thoughts are captured by the prisons of antagonism toward the Black Woman, you may find it difficult to "peer" with one who holds her (in all modalities) as a living, breathing personification of eternity.

    it's difficult to "peer" with someone when the other does not embrace and share the special knowledge that Black Woman is the black man's everything and that--without her---he is nothing.

    having said that, my dear Brotha, my "peers" are those who recognize that Black Woman is the avatar of everything that's beautiful, everything intelligent and everything sophisticated. and I make reference to the primordial beauty which does not mirror the makeshift aesthetics created for the enjoyment of the masses.

    dr. john henrik Clarke said it best: "I debate with my equals...all others I teach."

    remember this my friend. it's not about "where" you write which makes you great...but "what" you write.