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

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  1. LMagere

    LMagere Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    For get the peer review thing, I thought you were making the clam that the Egyptian hieroglyphics had not been deciphered. So I thought this is something the world would want to know.What I meant by peer review is simple you make a claim and others in the same field look at you work and evidence and come to the same conclusion as you. Clearly I was wrong and from this response I see we view the world very differently so there would be no point.

    I did not mean for my criticism to be taken as hostile. If all you're say is black women are beautiful and very important to black men that's fine. I agree black women are important to every one they're just not gods; unless you mean it in a poetic or romantic way in which case they are what ever you want them to be. I must have misunderstood you, I thought you said they was a time in black history when ALL black women where seen as gods and that during this period black people did not suffer.


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  2. Perfection

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    you wrote:

    I thought you were making the clam that the Egyptian hieroglyphics had not been deciphered.

    Yes, that's correct.

    you wrote:

    I thought you said they was a time in black history when ALL black women where seen as gods and that during this period black people did not suffer.

    Yes, correct again.

    you also stated that you:

    agree black women are important to every one

    then you concluded:

    they're just not gods

    i would be conveying an untruth if i were to say to you that i cannot understand your position about you not believing Black Women are Gods. additionally, i understand those who are skeptical about believing in the Black Woman's Perfection. I've said all this before here, in this house, on many occasions. while I never held any Black Woman in a denigrated prism, i too never really held Black Women on the level of divine until approximately 12 years ago. if you would have told me that one day I would be carrying the message that Black Women were the ultimate source of power I would have questioned your sanity. so I get it. but when you are blessed to come in contact with data which proves otherwise, then either you gone continue to be (self) deceived or you will tell the people the truth. and the truth is that Black Women are made out to be less than Perfect because of deep hatred and envy regarding her status in the pages of history.

    you wanting proof is no problem at all. i didn't provide you much of it because you are new to this wonderful Garden called Destee.com and you failed to see what i have posted which has several methods of proof available. you can study the video i posted in this room and keep yourself busy for one thousand years. that's me narrating that video footage i personally took. so i have what your "relevant" "peers" would call primary evidence.

    observe the video and see Black Women carved in stones with what? they have wings my Brotha. now you tell me what type of beings are typically known to have wings? angels, right? so we may infer that when i was in that dimensional room in Dendara Temple I saw Black Women angels carved in stone.

    but let's not stop there because we we want to, especially for you, link the Black Woman to the divine concept.

    ok, so what do we know about angels? we know they are what? sent from Heaven, right? you may use another word, that's cool, but you will agree with me that from what you and i know about the historical records(esoteric and secular), angels come from a very high and spiritual realm that most of us, in our limited compacities with 'words,' know to be Heaven. and i don't mean that in any disrespect to anyone because i include myself in that. that is to say, i have discovered that Black Women are so powerful that i personally do not have any words at my disposal to describe her in much needed higher forms. put another way, the data shows that categorizing Black Women as Perfect beings is inadequate.

    let me interject something before we continue. angels come in various forms but here we only reference angels with wings.

    so we know that beings with wings are angelic beings and that they come from the Heavens. and we know that Black Women are carved in these walls and we see it because i provide the proof, in this room, for the members of the Garden.

    so what legitimate inference can we draw next responding to your denial that Black Women are "Gods"? we can say that those angels we see are 'divine' beings, right? of course, because we know that these beings hang around beings who would be considered on higher levels of awareness than themselves...indeed, what we would call "Gods." but we would also call those with supernatural powers--on the angelic level--gods as well. why? because they are capable of doing things we are not.

    therefore, the original, divine angelic beings are Black Women, and Black Women, can, by observation as well as inference be categorized and known as Gods.

    that's just a cursory analysis linking Black Women to divinity.
     
  3. LMagere

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    In the context of a religion (were facts are not relevant) then black women can be anything you want them to be, but that does not make it true.

    What would help is if you gave me your definition of what a god is and what an angle is. From what I know about angles and gods they don’t exists.

    As for the historical point I just don’t see how you would be able to show there was a time when black people did not suffer. The people who built the room you slept in suffered because (man or woman along with their children) they were not seen us gods.
    You may also want to explain what you understand suffering to be.


    The translation of the hieroglyphics should be the easiest claim you have made that you can prove. If the current translations do not work you can show us how they do not work. You can then show how your work is more successful in translating hieroglyphics. If you’re right others in this field should be able to see this and agree, otherwise you’re just talking. This is where journals come in, you publish so that others can see your work and vet it. Like I said before, it could be that you have already published so all you have to do is reference these publications.
     
  4. Perfection

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    If you're not displaying any signs of receptivity to the idea of The Perfection of Black Women, how can you possibly begin to understand the motional nuances of the Sacred Carvings---you call "hieroglyphics"?

    But you seem to keep trying to prod me on my academic credentials. Ok, I'll play. Since you're obviously not gone do no research on your own.

    To begin with, may I direct your attention to a beautiful conversation the Honorable Queen Destee and myself engaged on blogtalk radio. As always, she was the epitome of grace, fun and delight. Put that in the Garden's search engine and I'm sure it'll show up.

    In that conversation, I informed the people about one of the books I wrote entitled Orhemah: Her Mysteries, Her Seduction, Her Resurrection. (2008). With 751 pages, raw video footage, hundreds of references and a whole lotta pictures I personally took in the East, I show how all the male figures we have come to know and love did not exist: Rameses, Seti, Tehuti, Hapi, Ankhnaten, Ausar and the rest of them.

    They were all invented by invaders, narrated by unscrupulous scholars and embraced and perpetuated by many modern thinkers and writers. Most are unaware as to the depth which were gone through in order to damnatio memoriae the Black Woman.

    I show how Kemet was all Black Women. The Pyramids...she brought them into existence. The Temples? She brought them into existence. The landscape? She designed it. And where you thought you saw a male it was the stone carvings being vandalized into something else.

    We're talking defacing property and changing it into something completely unrecognizable. In legal parlance, it's called 'tampering with evidence.'

    Because of the quality of the questions you keep hurling at me, I doubt if you ever heard of Dr. Asa Hilliard. His comments mirror mine regarding the illegal changes. His analysis on the subject can be found in Egypt: The Child of Africa edited by Dr. Ivan Van Sertima (1995). Both are respected scholars, black scholars, and they were all part of Van Sertima's The Journal of African Civilization. So there's your "relevant journal" element being satisfied that you keep bugging me about.

    But I didn't stop with dismantling the towers of deception regarding the defacements of the stones. That part of the study is the main course. There are many appetizers in the study. One of the appetizers in the study was to demonstrate how the so-called hieroglyphs had not---till this day---been deciphered.

    In my current work, The Perfection of Black Women (2012) having 5 Volumes dedicated exclusively to Black Women and her correlative to divinity i.e., Perfection, there is no work from the Midwest to Arabia where such a work exists. One might say this is a survey course of sorts. In all the volumes, I highlight the data in Orhemah to a higher pitch of awareness through three areas of study: methods, evidence and analysis.

    Ok, now that I finally gave a little about myself, and my offering to Black Women, maybe you can present the work that you have done which can challenge my work. If you can't, then, to quote you:

    "you're just talking."
     
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