Black Spirituality Religion : Tefnut and Sekhmet - Two Different Abosom (Deities)

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  1. Ra Nehem

    Ra Nehem Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Tehuti and Tefnut


    Mikyia mo (Greetings),

    Sekhmet and Tefnut are two different Ntorotu (Ntrtu/Goddesses). Sekhmet is the daughter ofRa, while Tefnut is the daughter of Atem and Ausaaset (Iusaaset). Tefnut is the mother of Geband Nut.

    It was Tefnut who left Kamit (Egypt) in a rage and went to Khanit (Nubia) taking all of the water with Her. Ra sent Tehuti and Shu to coax Tefnut back to Kamit. As Tefnut returned to Kamit, moisture returned to Kamit. This story is not about Sekhmet.

    There are numerous lioness-headed Ntorotu (Goddesses) and all of them have Their own Divine function to execute in Creation. There is a great deal of misinformation circulating about Sekhmetand Tefnut. The whites and their offspring, who are incapable of communicating with any Ntorou/Ntorotu (Abosom, Orisha, Vodou, Arusi, etc.) continuously attempt to conflate the Ntorotu, misrepresent Them, associate Them with white perversity (homosexuality/lesbianism; unconditional love for all, etc.). Sekhmet is not a 'form' of Tefnut or vice versa, nor is Sekhmet a 'form' of Het Heru.

    These Ntorotu (Goddesses) are all unique and have different functions just as you have different organs in your body that all work together.

    Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People), we are the children of the Abosom (Orisha, Vodou, Ntorou/Ntorotu). Communicate with your Divine Parents and gain experience, so that you will not perpetuate misinformation concerning our amammere (culture).

    For an articles on Sekhmet (called Abenaa in Akan and Iyaami Abeni in Yoruba) and other Abosom see our AKRADINBOSOM page:


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