Discussion in 'Omowale Jabali' started by Omowale Jabali, Dec 14, 2012.
Who is the Original Black woman/Goddess? What is 'Her' name?
I can not tell you her name but I can say that the entire creation story of Eve being born fro Adam's rib came from Nepthyis who was born from the rib of her mother. I can say that the ancient writings reveal that a woman created Yahwey/Jehovah. I can say that on the physical level that the earliest beings were androgynous and for me, anything with womb to give birth is a woman. I can say that dna reveals that woman was here 80 to 40 thousand years before what we call a man was here. I can say that the president of the mystery system was a woman (pg. 131 Stolen Legacy). I can say that history reveals a Goddess worship long before the concept of a God worship. I can say that the Gnostic writings reveal woman to be the principle deity long before man purposely went about a campaign to stomp her out.
I can say present a myriad of all that she has created that we call life and reveal almost the complete opposite when it comes to what man has created. I can even reveal that the original meaning of the word "man" meant woman and that up until the man made creation of Christianity, Islam and Judaism, that the worship of the feminine principle was in fact universal and that all man made religions have a homosexual base to them. There is much more but I'm just coming off of the top of the skimmer right now.
I agree concerning two points you made in regards to 'adrogynyous' and Nephthys.
Yes sir Brother. I still have your e-mail address but right now I don't have a computer of my own. I won't have that until Jan 3rd but I'll get the info out to you in all respect. Peace Bro.
"in the beginning there was nothing and..."
The 14th letter; personified in the 14 pieces Asar/Osiris was divided. Each representing 7 pairs of Chakral centers.
As represented by the 'snake' this brings us to the first "physical" form to emerge from Nun or Naunet (ref to as the Watery abyss or stellar waters of Nu in ther Pert em Hru)
The beginning occured outside of the range, scope and knowledge as it is written in the biblical text which is composed of at least 39 sources:
The Enuma Elish
The Book of Coming Forth Into the Light
Instruction of Amenemipet
Instruction of Amenemipet son of Kanakht
Hymn of Aten
Tale of Two Brothers
The Instruction of Man for His Son
Cycle of Songs in Honor of Senwosre
The Lamentations of Kwaku Pra Sebe
Papyrus Chester Beatty IV
The El Amarna Letters on the stele of Memeptah
The Story of Aqhat
The Diary pf Wen-Amon
The Gezer Almanac
The Mari Prophecies
The Stele of Mesha
The Karatepe Inscription
The Annals of Shalmaneser III
The Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III
The Annals of Tiglath-Pileser III
The Annals of Sargon II
The Siloam Inscription
The Yavne-Yam Inscription
The Lachlish Letters
The Arad Ostraca
The Annals of Sennacherib
The Annals of Nebuchadnezzar II
The Cylinder of Cyrus
The Story of Keret
"Illimilku The Scribe
The Story of Anubis and Bata
The Egyptian Tale of Two Brothers
The Gilgamesh Tales
The Code of Hammurabi Photo of the basalt stele
The Hittite Code
The Middle Assyrian Code
The Teachings of Ahiqar
The Teachings of Am-en-ern-ope
The Teachings of Ptah-Hotep
In an attempt to 'corner the market' on religious spiritulity the Jewish (eg. made up word) male writers of the biblical text offer 3 different creation stories.
page 98, The Africans Who Wrote The bible by Dr. Nana Bamchie Darkwah (eg. is a King in Ghana)
"...Mathematically, there were supposed to be seventy-two Jewish scholars on the bibilical project but there were only seventy. So the first Greek version of the documents that became the Christian Bible was known as the "Seventy" or the Septuagint in Greek..."
There seems to be no 'speciific' name yet i found 300 here. Now when the question is posited differently such as to say what were the names of some of the original GODDESSES here is your answer. This site delivers 300. However Merlin Stone answers by saying:
page 10, "When God Was A Woman"
"...Who was this Goddess? Why had a female rather than a male been designted as the supreme deity? How influential and significnt was Her worship., and when had it actually begun? As I asked myself these questions, I began to probe even deeper into Neolithic and Paleolithic times. Though goddesses had been worshiped in all areas of the world, I focues on the religion as it evolved in the Near and Middle East, since these were the lands where where both Judaism and Christianity and islam were born. I found the development of the religion of the female deity in this area were intertwined with the earliest beginnings of religion so far discovered anywhere on earth..."
She does mention these names: Anat, Anahita, Asherah, Ashtart, Attar, Attoret, Au Set, Hathor, Inanna, Innin, Ishara, Isis, Istar, Nana, Nut on page nine. On page seven she mentions: Aruru, Mami, Mawu, Namma, Ninhurang, Tiamat. Nekhebt is mentioned on page 35. Neith is mentioned on page thirty-eight. Ashtoreth and Yahweh are mentioned on page 161.
Separate names with a comma.