Esoteric Knowledge 101: Monetary system(Part 1 of 3)

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I’ve always been interested in the unknown.  Things that are associated with the occult. Some people get freaked out when they hear the word occult.  But occult knowledge is basically the knowledge of human consciousness and how it operates,and knowledge of natural law. As well as the unseen universal spiritual laws which govern the consequences of human behavior.  And for the past fifteen years I’ve studied symbology,numerology and etymology. I’ve learned quite a bit from different authors,teachers and even Youtube channels. There are a lot of people from different walks of life that have helped me awaken my consciousness. Most notably I’ve learned from people like Dr Suzar,Bobby Hemmitt,Dr Phil Valentine,Brother Panic,KT the Arch Degree,Naazir Ra,Osei Kufour, Jay Dyer and Mark Passio.  As well as YouTube channels by Bro Sanchez,Black Child,Nu Rebel Entertainment,Truthiracy3,RFG Chosen One,The Outer Dark,da13thsun and Lifting The Veil. Throughout our daily lives we are surrounded by symbolism.  Many times we don’t even think about  the symbols around us.  Many of the symbols come from our African ancestors and how they saw the world around them.   This can be found in Kemetic texts thousands of years ago.  Long before any European influence. Many years later Europeans(Greeks,Romans) changed some of the symbols and names of the deities as well.  All the images we see on television and films are full of symbols.  I’ve always liked to know the origin of words and why we use certain words.  In this series three-part series I wanted to cover some of them you use in your everyday lives.  I wanted to start with money and the words associated with it.

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Sun and Moon....

Much of the symbols we see have to deal with nature and the solar system.  While Europeans were concerned about philosophy our ancestors understood the ecosystem and structure of life.  Our ancestors studied the sun,moon and stars and based the Zodiac sings on astrology.  Since it has to do with nature,this is the reason that cash is green(nature).

Gold Coins...

Our ancestors believed that the Sun represented the male principle.  And the Moon was the female principle.  Which is why you have gold(Sun) coins and silver(Moon) coins. The Sun produces light(light) so is looked at as the father.  The Moon is represented as a female and associated with the calm and nurturing darkness of night. Which is why night is called EVEning. As in Adam and Eve.

Juno Moneta...

Juno Moneta is the mythical Roman Goddess is where the word “money” comes from. Juno is Janus which represents the two facing heads of time.  Janus is how we get the month January.  Even the word MONTH gets it’s name from the MOON.  Think of it has the beginning of January(Winter solstice) and the ending in June(Summer solstice).  It’s all about the balance of nature and the changing of seasons. This is the reason that scales are used for measuring money.

Maat...

This comes from our ancient African(Kemetic) Goddess Maat.

 

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Of course Europeans stole the idea and created their version the so-called Lady of Justice.  I find it interesting that they have stole so much from other cultures yet still haven’t created a system of justice.  Go figure!

Cash flow...

 

It’s often said that money doesn’t grow on trees.  But since money is made from trees it actually does. But you can’t grow a tree without water.  Which is why money is always associated with water.  We’ve all heard the term “cash flow” and “liquidation”.  And water current as in “currency”. They say the Moon can alter a person’s mood.  When strange things happen late at night some people say “it must be a full moon”.  The Moon can give off a certain energy.  Our ancestors believed it could effect the ocean and rivers. When water is flowing it’s controlled by the banks right?  River banks?  Which is why we use a banking system.

Thoth...

Many of you are probably familiar with the ancient African(Kemetic) deity Thoth or Djehuti.(above). In artwork he was usually pictured as a man with the head of an Ibis.  He was looked at as the Kemetic God of knowledge,wisdom,meditation and reason. His wife was Maat.  He is usually seen carrying a caduceus,as in the picture above.

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The caduceus has two serpents crawling up the staff.  The two serpents represent the duality of nature.  The symbol is still used today my the medical industry.

Hermes2...

Once again,thousands of years later when the Greeks came to Kemet they started changing the names of the deities.  They came up with the Greek God Hermes. Hermes was known as the messenger for the Gods. And the conductor of the dead and protector merchants.  When they speak about the history of medicine they always mention Hermes to represent for the Greco-Roman era.  No mention of the African origin.  No surprise there.

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But the caduceus is also where you get the dollar sign ($).  The dollar sign is nothing but a serpent crawling up a staff.  the reason the serpent is used alot is because our ancestors believe they represented wisdom and enlightenment.

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It all comes from the THRID EYE of enlightenment and the pineal gland.

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The Kemetic deity Wadjet is also represents as a serpent.  It’s all interconnected on so many levels.  I could go even deeper but I think you get the idea.  I just wanted to show you some of the symbolism associated with money.

 

The African Pledge

African Pledge...

Knowledge is Power (My Library part 2)

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I got a really great response when I did a post called My Library back in May.  I had a few people ask me what other books I had.  So I thought I’d list some of the books I have.  This is a list..but not all the books I own.  I’d also like my subscribers to list what books they have in their library. And also any books they would recommend for good reading.

Book Collection5..

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Book Collection6.

  1. The Destruction of Black Civilization-Chancellor Williams
  2. Black Athena- Martin Bernal
  3. Solutions for Black America-Jawanza Kunjufu
  4. Blueprint for Black Power- Amos Wilson
  5. Black on Black Violence- Amos Wilson
  6. Falsification of Afrikan Consciousness-Amos Wilson
  7. African Centered Consciousnes vs New World Order- Amos Wilson
  8. Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children-Amos Wilson
  9. Rock My Soul-bell hooks
  10. Killing Rage- bell hooks
  11. When We Ruled-Robin Walker
  12. Color Blind-Ellis Cose
  13. Dirty Little Secrets-Claud Anderson
  14. The Isis Papers- Frances Cress Welsing
  15. Black Man of The Nile-Dr Yosef Ben-Jochannan
  16. From Babylon to Timbuktu- Rudolph R. Windsor
  17. Conspiracy to Destroy Black Women- Michael Porter
  18. Egypt:Child of Africa- Ivan Van Sertima
  19. Blacks in Science-Ivan Van Sertima
  20. Golden Age of The Moor-Ivan Van Sertima
  21. $40 Million Slaves-William C. Rhoden
  22. Race Code War- Khari Enahora
  23. We Who are Dark-Tommie Shelby
  24. White Man Can’t Hump(Vol 1. & 2)- Todd Wooten
  25. Ready for Revolution-Ekwuene Michael Thelwell
  26. Black Planet-David Shields
  27. Civilization or Barbarism-Cheikh Anta Diop
  28. African Origin of Civilization- Cheikh Anta Diop
  29. Precolonial Black Africa- Cheikh Anta Diop
  30. The Cultural Unity of Black Africa-Cheikh Anta Diop
  31. Assata(biography)- Assata Shakur
  32. Racism without Racists- Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
  33. White Logic,White Methods- Eduardo Bonilla-Silva
  34. Who is White?- George Yancey
  35. African People & European Holidays-Ishakamusa Barashango
  36. Afrikan Woman the Original Guardian Angel- Ishakamusa Barashango
  37. 100 Years of Lynchings- Ralph Ginzburg
  38. White Whores & Black Whoremongers- Marsha Stewart
  39. The Interracial Con Game-Umoja & Trojan Pam
  40. Death of a Dark Nation- Anon & Trojan Pam
  41. Black Love is a Revolutionary Act- Umoja
  42. The Beauty Con Game- Umoja
  43. Blacked Out Through Whitewash- Dr. Suzar
  44. The Great Black Mamma of Creation- Dr. Suzar
  45. Drugs Masquerading as Foods- Dr. Suzar
  46.  How to Hustle & Win- Supreme Understanding
  47. The Hood Health Handbook Vol.1 & 2- Supreme Understanding
  48. Black God-Supreme Understanding
  49. When the World was Black Vol.1 &2-Supreme Understanding
  50. Knowledge of Self- Supreme Understanding
  51. The Wounded Womb- Dr. Phil Valentine
  52. Dismantling The Matrix- Baz Moreno
  53.  Essential Warrior- Shana Mfundishi Maasi
  54. The Afrikan Warriors Bible- Balogun Ojetade
  55. Igbo Dictionary & Phrasebook- Onyekachi Wambu
  56. Hip Hop Matters-  S. Craig Watkins
  57. How White Folks Got So Rich
  58. Debating Race- Michael Eric Dyson
  59.  Working toward Whiteness- David R. Roediger
  60. Presumed Alliance- Nicolas C. Vaca
  61. Makes me wanna Holler- Nathan McCall
  62. n*gger- Randall Kennedy
  63. Fire and Blood(a History of Mexico)-T.R. Fehrenbach
  64. Who’s gonna take the weight- Kevin Powell
  65. Behold a Pale Horse- William Cooper
  66. The Color Complex- Kathy Russell
  67. Skin Deep- Cedric Herring
  68.  We Aint no N*ggas- N. Quamere Cincere
  69.  The Book they never Wanted You to Read- Che’ Nazzerith
  70. The Liberation of the African Mind- Adisa Franklin
  71. The Sankofa Movement- Kwame Agyei & Akua Nson Akoto
  72. Christopher Columbus and the Afrikan Holocaust- Dr. John Henrik Clarke
  73. Nutricide- Dr. Llaila Afrika
  74. Melanin:What makes Black people Black- Dr. Llaila Afrika
  75. African Holistic Health- Dr. Llaila Afrika
  76.  An Afrocentric Guide to a Spiritual Union- Ra Un Nefer Amen
  77. Metu Neter Vol.1- Ra Un Neter Amen
  78. Maat,The 11 Laws of God- Ra Un Neter Amen
  79. From N*ggas to Gods- Akil
  80. Radical Ways of Ancient Days- Okeba Ra Auset
  81. Nile Valley Contributions to Civilizations- Anthony Browder
  82. Survival Strategies for Africans in America- Anthony Browder
  83. What they Never Told You in History Class- Indus Khamit Kush
  84. Revolutionary Suicide- Huey P. Newton
  85. Marcus Garvey,Life and Lessons- Robert Hill
  86. Mentacide- Mwalimu Baruti
  87. Excuses,Excuses- Mwalimu Baruti
  88. Homosexuality and the Effeminization of Afrikan Males- Mwalimu Baruti
  89. The Sex Imperative- Mwalimu Baruti
  90. War on the Horizon:Black Resistance to the White Sex Assault- Irritated Genie
  91. Yurugu- Marimba Ani
  92. The Rebirth of African Civiization- Chancellor Williams
  93. Autobiography of Malcolm X
  94. Spiritual Warriors are Healers- Mfundishi Jhutyms Ka N Heru
  95. Niggers,Negroes,Black People & Africans- Paul Grant
  96. The Philosphy of Maat Kemetic Soulism- Maaxeru  Tep
  97. We are Heirs of the World’s Revolutions- Thomas Sankara
  98. Supreme Mathematic African Maat Magic- African Creation Energy
  99. Modern Guide to Non Hybrid & Wild Foods- Chef Ahki
  100. Psycho-Academic Holocaust- Umar Johnson

The Sacred Woman

Sacred Woman

“A sacred woman is a spiritual woman, who is conscious of the Creator.
Healthy sacred food is the foundation of the body temple of a sacred woman.
A sacred woman is filled with the light and love of the Most High Supreme, and she shares this love brilliantly with whoever enters her walk.
A sacred woman’s love is so fierce, so deep,
that she can reclaim a man from jail, a homeless person off the street, a man who is high and dry, and wrap him up, pack him with healing clay, scrub him, soak him, steam him, feed him, and pray him into being his true self, a High King.
All who enter her aura are healed by her presence.
This is the natural power of the sacred woman.
When a sacred woman enters a room, the vibrations of the people and room are raised and filled with light.
Wherever she walks, the ground is blessed.
She holds no anger, revenge, rage, or strife. In her spirit she carries the ancient African feather or Maat, which symbolizes truth, justice, and righteousness, indicating that her heart is as light as a feather.
Free from malice.
Her developed spiritual wisdom means that she allows absolutely nothing to disturb her peace, calm, and grace”
Queen Afua

The Real Superman was a Black God-Heru(Horus)

Heru African God

Horus is one of the oldest deities of ancient Egypt. He was also known as Kemwer, meaning (the) great Black (one), the god of vengeance, sky, protection, and was usually depicted as a falcon-headed man.

While Egyptologists often refer to him as “Horus the hawk, the avenger,” some scholars assert that the word “hero” comes from Horus’ original African name, Heru or Hor.

Gerald Massey, a 19th-century scholar, said that the word “hero” comes from the Egyptian concept, “ma haru,” meaning “the typical warrior” or the “true hero.”

Black SupermanHeru story

 

With the success of his adventures, Superman helped to create the superhero genre and establish its primacy within the American comic book. The origins of this Eurocentric superhero appear to have been inspired by Heru, the original Black African Superman.

Heru was the first known superman character. It originated in the African mind and preceded the European formation of the superman by thousands of years. Massey said in one of his lectures that Heru was known as the greatest hero that lived in the mind of man—not in the flesh—the only hero to whom the miracles were natural, because he was not human.

Here are some similarities between Heru and DC’s Superman:

1. Heru’s powers emanate from the sun because he is an aspect of the sun (Ra), the Supreme God. Superman as a Kryptonian gets his power from the earth’s yellow sun.

2. Heru comes from an advanced civilization of deities. As an infant, he came from Egypt to the earth with his mother Auset, to escape destruction. Superman, as an infant, comes from the advanced civilization of Krypton to escape destruction.

3. Heru lost his father. Superman lost his parents.

4. Heru possesses the divine strength, power, might, courage and endurance of a solar god. Superman possesses the superhuman strength, power, courage and stamina of a Kryptonian energized by the sun.

5. Heru, the Golden Falcon/Solar Hawk-the Winged Solar Disc can fly anywhere at supernatural speeds. Superman can fly faster than the speed of light.

6. Heru dies and was resurrected twice as Asar (Osiris) and as an infant. Superman died and was resurrected.

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7. Heru fights the never-ending battle for Maat, which is Truth, Justice and Righteousness. Maat is his mother Auset (Isis). Superman fights for Truth, Justice and the American Way.

8. Heru is an Angel of God or Amon -Ra called a neter in Egyptian theology. Superman’s real name is Kal- El.

9. Heru possesses the All-Seeing Eye of Atum -Ra, God which is an aspect of his mother Auset, thereby giving him omniscience and solar heat vision. Superman has X-ray vision, telescopic vision and heat vision.

10. Heru is of the House of God, Atum-Ra. Superman is of the House of EL, God.

Don’t fall for the whitewashing of our culture and history!

Article taken from http://atlantablackstar.com/