Twisted Kemetic science and Christian Doctrines

There is much Kemetic science misunderstood that became Christian doctrine. Astrology is one. Most of us raised Christian have never heard of the Doctrine of “total depravity.” It Guides us and our thinking even when we “leave” Christianity.

Body in stars
We are the source of all in human form

If you Judge yourself in a negative way because of your human sexuality, or any aspect that makes us human, you have accepted the doctrine of total depravity.

If you find it difficult to enjoy the “carnal” life, you are still subconsciously Christian and accept the teachings of total depravity.

If you think you are spiritual on Sunday and carnal Monday through Saturday, you have accepted the doctrine of total depravity.

If you believe that enjoying being in a physical body is a detriment to being spiritual then you have accepted the doctrine of total depravity.

What is the Christian doctrine of total depravity?

Total depravity is the Christian doctrine that human nature is thoroughly corrupt and sinful as a result of the fall of mankind because of Adam and Eve.

Believe it or not, this doctrine was a direct result of Gnostic Christians knowledge of the Kemetic science of Astrology.

The ancient Africans believed that spirit “fell” into matter and was trapped until it was liberated from matter. The Kemetic idea of salvation came from spirit being liberated from its earthly “fetters.”

The ideas of being trapped in earthly fetters became a source of the doctrine of total depravity. Now this didn’t happen overnight. It was a development of Gnostic doctrines that filtered into Christianity.

The negative teachings of this idea within astrology is false teachings. Our ancient African ancestors did not believe in such negative ideas. They saw the body as a source of joy and intrigue. They didn’t separate being spiritual from being physical.

Understanding their philosophy would make it very clear that a doctrine like total depravity was absolute nonsense.

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The Difference of being religious or spiritual


What is the difference between being religious and being spiritual?

Difference being religous or spiritual
Religion is like being a thermometer, Spirituality is like being a thermostat

As a Christian I was taught being spiritual and religious were the same thing. But they have very different effects on our lives. Because of how religion is oriented, feelings of anxiety, depression, anger, grief, and confusion is normalized. In other words, because so many people in religion suffer from the same afflictions people believe it is how things are supposed to be!

In other words, because so many people in religion suffer from the same afflictions people believe it is how things are supposed to be!

Religion does have spiritual components. That’s why it can attract and hold “believers.” People stay because they believe the natural spiritual components to be unique to the religion. But the spiritual components of religion are not unique to religion.

Feelings of awe and wonder when you connect to the larger version of yourself is NORMAL. In Christianity, you are taught that this experience is because you connected to Jesus in some way. But the truth is it has nothing to do with the name you call it as you were taught in religion. A Muslim and a Jew have the same experience. Neither of them believes in Jesus as God. Its part of the human experience.

Let me make this clear spirituality does not need a group or a name. It is singularly personal and subjective.

I promote learning of African spirituality because it is the basis of the Christian religion. it is something that most African-Americans are intimately familiar with. When I connect biblical teachings to their origin in Africa it shows the African diaspora that our ancestors contributed to the world MANY great things beyond slaves and resources.

It is also a framework in which to gain deeper metaphysical knowledge and develop self-confidence. It is a change to gain a perspective that will allow you to live life authentically you.

One of the fears I see put out across social media by Christians is the fear of being judged by other Christians. Why is there such a culture of being so judgemental toward others in Christianity?

I believe it goes deep into the idea of most religions and Christianity in particular that there is a “right” way to live and exist on earth.

The idea that one religion had the ultimate truth is something that was unique to Christianity. No other religions in antiquity made this claim.

People are judgemental today because so many of them find it difficult to live the “right way” or “righteously” that they must find fault in others so that they don’t feel so negatively about themselves.

Within the original teachings, personal authenticity was a key component. It was recognized that every part of creations was a representation of the original source.

Ancient Egyptians saw everything as one with the source

The bible says this by saying we are all made in the image of God, but in practice, we were taught that we were different. We are made in “his” image but “He” could send us to hell for eternity.


The idea that you must conform to some ideal is a contradiction that most of us know does not work in real life. But, a disconnect is taught in Christianity. Anyone that has two children will know not to make one be like the other. The child that is made to feel that their authentic being is somehow seen as inferior to the other usually rebels.

But in Christianity, we are taught to be like a perfect Godman that walked the earth. It is an impossible task to live in comparison to some perceived perfect individual. You are taught that you are defective.

This takes you right back to the idea why there is so much judgment of others in Christianity. Basically, if I can’t be perfect let me point out that others are not either. My sin is not as bad as their sin.

The truth is the system of Christianity is defective. It’s not you. You are a spiritual being having a human experience.

You were born spiritual and taught religion. They are not the same.

I am not atheist because I don’t believe in Jesus

Jesus is not God
Jesus is repackaged ancient African myth

An atheist is someone that does not believe there is a God.

One of the biggest misconceptions of Christians is that a person that does not believe in Jesus does not believe in God and is, therefore, an atheist.

No other religion or spiritual system outside of Christianity believes Jesus to be God. They believe in a higher power, or higher force that many call God. Just not Jesus.

The framework for what became Christianity existed at least 3,000 years or more before the invention of Christianity. Christianity is no more than misinterpreted, misunderstood and repackaged ancient African spirituality.

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Why the fish symbol for Christianity


Christian fish symbol
The Christian church and the fish symbol are connected to ancient African myth

Ask yourself, why is the symbol for Christianity a fish? Why does the papal Mitre look like the open mouth of a fish? Why is one of the nicknames of Jesus the fisher of men?

Heru is the personified principle of perpetual renewal in ancient Khemet. Every year the Nile river floods. It is called the
“inundation.” This yearly flood would bring fish for the people of ancient Egypt to eat year, after year, after year. In other words the Nile would perpetually flood and the people would not starve because of the abundance of fish.

The fish became a metaphor for the universal principle of perpetual renewal. The principle of perpetual renewal was personified in Heru and the fish became a metaphor for Heru. Another nickname for Heru was “mesu” which means savior and later became the word messiah.

Heru the mesu, “saved” the people from starvation in the form of a fish!

The flood would happen at the same time every year. As the civilization developed astrology came into play. The time of the flood became represented by the fish or the sign pieces. The supposed birthday of Jesus is in the sign of pieces. Coincidence? I think not!

So how is Jesus connected to Heru? Heru had many nicknames as does Jesus. As stated above one of Heru’s nicknames was the “mesu” or savior.

Heru being the personified principle of perpetual renewal also was connected to the sun. The sun perpetually rises every day. His nickname associated with the sun as an object of perpetual renewal was Iu the Sa or Iusa. Iusa means the ever coming sun. Iusa later became the Hebrew word Yeshua.

The Greeks name for Heru was Iuseous. There was no /j/ in the English language until the 1600’s. The /j/ was simply an embellishment of the letter /i/.

Iuseous was translated to the English Jesus almost 1500 years after the supposed birth of the sun of God and our savior or as the Ancient Egyptians called him the Neb Krst or Christ the Lord.
So now you know a very condensed version of why the pope wears a fish on his head. It’s Astrological born from the myths of the people of the Nile river.

It’s all written down in Africa on the walls of the temples.

The Kemetic philosophy: Youniverse

God IS = I AM THAT I AM = NuK PuK Nuk = biblical Exodus 3:14

E = MC^2

Ancient Africans taught that the Universe originated from one source. It is omnipotent (all-powerful), omnipresent(Everywhere), and omniscient (all knowing). The Khemetic term for what we call God is the Neter of Neters. It is incomprehensible to the human mind.

You are the YOUniverse

EVERYTHING is that source only in a different form. God IS is simply stating this idea in its most simple linguistic form. I AM THAT I AM (Exodus 3:14) is biblical and linguistically stating the same concept in a different way. It is an African concept given to Christianity through the Greeks and then Romans.

NUK PuK NuK is I AM THAT I AM in the khemetic language. According to Dr. Suzar Epps in the book Blacked out Through White Wash Nuk Puk Nuk is inscribed on many temple walls in ancient Egypt.

E=MC^2 is Einstein’s equations that states everything in the universe is made of Energy. It is the base component of all things. We are Matter. M or matter is equal to energy. “C” is simply light as the constant. Light is not the constant. But science holds on to this idea.

Signals can travel across the universe instantaneously. Science calls it entanglement. But, it is only the recognition that all things are connected. Mystics knew this in ancient times.


The point is ALL is from the one source. ALL is the same source in a different form. Our African ancestors never waivered from this position. Everything is the original source, only in a different form. You are the YOUniverse!

They paid homage to all of nature realzing that it was God. Not from God, but God in another form. They had no concept of worship. They did not worship animals or anything else. They knew God was within. Not seperate or different as we are taught in Christianity.

Why is it important for us to again recognize that we are God in another form?

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Because we were taught an ideology that has a self-destruct button. The Gnostics and then the Christian fathers misunderstood and twisted the idea of God into something different from the soul of humankind.

As Christians we were taugh self-loathing. Idea like being a “wretch,” and that we are broken and in need of a savior. We can be saved but barely worth saving.

As a people we must change these ideas to a more positive framework. Knowing what our ancestors originally taught is a step in the direction of correcting erroneous teachings.

How can we build businesses or a community from the perspective that we are defective and broken? Any business is a plan with a personal development journey attached to it.  WIth all the ups and downs of a developing business a person with low self-esteem will be a casualty of self-doubt.

Know that you are the creator with the power to create your world. That idea is confirmed by science. You are a drop in an ocean of consciousness. You are god/goddess clothed in human form You are the YOUniverse. Know thyself.

The faith of our ancestors was not “church” faith

Ptah and faith
The power of faith is like magic
Faith is powerful when you learn the paradigm of our ancient ancestors.
You ever wonder why we have 24 hours in a day broken into 12 hour days and 12 hour nights. Why 12 months? Isn’t it highly coincidental that the zodiac has 12 signs?
It all stems from Ancient Africa. It is based on the idea that every hour of the day has a specific power or energy that is heightened at that time. It cycles. Same for a month.
The ancient Africans knew that it was important to know the nature or Neter of the hour to dispense certain medicines so they would be the most effective.
This energy connected all things and moved in cycles. They tested these ideas over thousands of years. What we have left in knowledge is only the surface knowledge that often times amount to superstition. Don’t make the mistake or accept the bias that our African ancestors were primitive and ignorant. the Khemetic Science was highly advanced.
Our ancestors had a faith that far exceeded our ideas of faith today. I don’t mean the Christian idea of faith that forces you to accept someone else’s spiritual experience. I mean the faith that can move mountains. We call it magic or miracles today because we can’t connect cause and effect due to our limited way we think of nature in only a material sense.
Faith for our ancestors was having a knowing, an expectation, and certainty about their lives. They knew they were creators. They didn’t pray to one hoping “He” would answer the call. It was beyond the idea of positive thinking as we are taught by the law of attraction philosophy.
It was an inner fourth-dimensional state of being knowing that you are safe and all works for the greater good. They trusted that. The connected their state of being to the rhythm of nature and summoned that power. It was part of them, not outside of them.
So each time you look at a clock or a calendar consider the power within that hour or month and know that you can move mountains. Our ancestors knew it. It’s time for you to learn what they knew.

Ancient Egyptian origin of the son of man and son of God

The idea of Jesus being the son of man and the son of God originated in ancient Khemet/Egypt. It is universal principles personified and misrepresented by Christian fathers.

The letter /j/ did not exist in ancient languages. It is the last letter officially added to the English language only about 200 years ago. Because of this many ancient biblical connections can be hidden from your knowledge.

The name or sound of John did exist in ancient times. Etymologically John became An. Anpu (pronounced Un-poo) was the baptizer of Heru/Horus. Why is this important to know? It’s important to know the deeper universal meaning of being baptized. As a Christian, I learned one aspect of baptism wrapped in the story of Jesus.

The universal principle of perpetual renewal

Why was Jesus called the Son of man in one scripture and the son of God in another? It’s all based in understanding the significance of the baptism of Heru by Anpu “the baptizer” a.k.a. John the Baptist the baptizer of Jesus. Anpu was also the embalmer of Ausar. But that is another level of the mythology saved for another time.

The only way you are going to logically and intuitively connect this connect his like the ancestors did is to think like them symbolically and mythologically.

Heru is not a god

First Heru/Horus is NOT a God. If you are being taught and told this anywhere it is flat out wrong! Heru is a NeTeR (NTR) or principle of NaTuRe). The now English word, NaTuRe was originated from the ancient African word NTR.

Heru/Horus IS the principle of perpetual renewal, NOT a god. The principle was simply personified in myth. Why is this important to know? It is critical in understanding the ancient Egyptian origin of the concepts of “son of man”, “son of God” and baptism.

John (An) preceded Jesus in birth right? John(An) was said to be the greatest born of a woman by Jesus, right? (Matthew 11:11) Why is this important? It is connected to astrology.

There is this weird verse in the book of John 3:30 where John says, “He (Jesus) must increase, but I must decrease.” If you look on a zodiac wheel you will see Virgo on one side and Pisces directly opposite.

As the constellation Virgo sinks below the horizon in the west (six months later) Pisces rises in the East. Hence he (Jesus) must increase and I must decrease. But, what the hell does that have to do with “son of man” and “son of God?”

Symbolic representations

This is why, “Son of man” is a symbolical representation of man being immersed in and born from water in the womb of a woman. It is the idea of being natural man. But, when transformed through or birthed through fire Jesus become a spiritualized representation of man or the Christ.

The baptism is the symbolical representation of being transform spiritually. In both instances, the principle of perpetual renewal was in place. Heru/Horus is the new born baby for the water and again the new born spirit from fire.

This was first mythological. As the Egyptian system developed it became eschatological. In the Eschatology Anpu (John) was born of a virgin (the earthly Virgo) and Jesus was born of the spirit (Pieces). Son of man and son of God.

Virgo represents the Earth birth and Pisces the Spiritual birth the begotten son of God. This will give you a deeper understanding of the Scripture Mathew 17:2, “There he was transfigured before them. His face shone like the sun, and his clothes became as white as the light.”

The bible scripture is a metaphor explaining a deeper spiritual concept and at the same time speaking of the S-U-N. It is how our African ancestors thought. They thought is metaphor and allegory, ALWAYS!

There is no way to understand the deeper levels of the bible unless you find out about its origins.

Practical application of son of man

As a Christian, we were taught that Jesus was an extra special case. He was unique. But that is the travesty of religious doctrines. It strips the universal aspects of the idea from humanity.

We are all born of a woman. It is universal! But we all go through our own personal fires that transform us. That is the essence of the concept of the son of man and the son of God.

When you go through a difficulty in life it is your fire that will transform you consciously in some way. Once you come through the difficulty and you learn something that changes your thinking and from it a behavior changes.

That is your baptism and transformation through fire. You were born from your mother in the womb. Life is the womb of spirit. You are born again or have a transformation of consciousness over and over. It doesn’t have to be a major change or transformation.

As you grow from childhood to a teenager, your thinking is transformed. As you grew from a teenager to an adult your thinking was transformed.

When you are heartbroken from a relationship break up and it causes you to make different choices that fire (the heartbreak) transforms you. It is the principle of Heru in action. You are a renewed consciousness.

The son of man and the son of God is universal and not from one special being. The bible has the framework preserved, but as in many cases, the literal and historical interpretation renders it useless in life.