Metu Neter - Vols I - II - III : Proper way to study Meter Neter?

Discussion in 'Metu Neter - Vols I - II - III Study Group' started by I-khan, Mar 20, 2006.

  1. I-khan

    I-khan Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I have began to embark on studying the various books by Ra Un Nefer Amen as well as my own independent studies of various ATR's and such.I want to know if anyone here knows of any certain methods to study these things or mindsets one should have while embarking on such a journey.
     
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    Congrats on your new journey, brother!!

    For one thing, do away with ALL the notions about religion, GOD, and the like that you have had thus far. Or at least set them aside. Resist the urge to compare ATR's with the 3 major religions. You have to remember, that the latters came from the formers, and not vice versa.

    Also, clear your mind on a personal level, when beginning to study. Leave all the issues that you went through today behind.

    It would help if you are beginning to clean up your diet, if you haven't done so already. That's going to be very important along the way.

    And NEVER be afraid to ask questions, from those of us who have knowledge on on this subject. Wise council is always beneficial.

    May you be at PEACE, and let us know how things turn out.....There are others here who are in the same boat as you are (as a neophyte), and I'm sure that they will benefit from you sharing your new experiences.

    SHEM HOTEPU
     
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    jamesfrmphilly going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    it ain't easy


    i been at it for a minute and i have not worked that out yet.
    i take three steps forward and two steps back.
    there are some around that are much deeper than myself so they can give you some advice.
     
  4. I-khan

    I-khan Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thanks to the both of you Samurai and Jamesfrmphilly.
     
  5. Khonsu

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    Hotep Ala Antuk I-khan


    If may ask what is this ( ATR'S ) ??
     
  6. I-khan

    I-khan Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Afrikan Traditional Religions.:book:
     
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    Hotep Ala Antuk I-khan

    Thank you ... I'm studying diffrent Religions and Culture ,
    Can you share some knowledge about ( ATR'S ) .

    Again thankyou for your help .
     
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    Brotha Khonsu.

    For some of the deepest discussions abotu ATR on this site you would do well to look up threads bhy brotha Sekhemu. He has excellent information both in this forum and in the PanAfrican forum.

    Also brotha Samurai has some good stuff about ancient Kemet (Egypt) and Kemetic spirituality which is what the Metu Neter is based on.
     
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    NNQueen going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I'm glad to have found this thread because Brother James peaked my curiousity about it last week when he made a comment about it in another thread.

    I'm here to learn what I can and hope that Brother Sekhemu and others who are students of this will join in the discussion.

    Peace,
    Queenie :heart:
     
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    I ordered mine a few days ago!
    Brothers I want to ask what are oracle cards used for?
     
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