Revealing the divinve Ka in the triad of the human soul and gaining superhuman powers

Your Christian friends probably think you’re crazy, right? How could you start questioning the Bible and Christian teachings?

Have you failed miserably, by Christian standards, to follow the rules and doctrines that are humanly impossible to adhere to? Have you judged yourself in a way that causes you to see yourself as broken and damaged because you couldn’t live up to those standards?

In this article, you will get a basic primer on the false Christian idea of the soul that will give you clarity on why you want to learn and follow this concept minus the dogma and judgment.

Most people follow Christian teachings with the idea that the reward is to unite with the “Father in heaven” while many others just see the teachings as a bunch of rules that keep everyone in check.

The idea of uniting with the father has some spiritual truth to it. It is based in ancient spiritual science, not superstition that has no foundation of knowledge accept to simply believe on faith.

One of the aspects of early Christianity you must understand that’s not well known is that Christianity was built on the idea that ignorance produced a much better follower of Jesus.

Book cover Gnostic and Historic Christianity
Best believers are those most ignorant

In other words, the less you knew the easier it was to accept the ideas of faith and not question or analyze them. The idea of the soul was one that Christian father deliberately dumbed down for its followers.

Are you saved?

As a Christian, I was taught that we have a body and a soul. One is physical and the other non-physical and eternal. It was a concept reduced to a very vague idea, called a soul, that in fact is very intricate and detailed. Much more than I can go into this short article. But I can give you the basics that you may want to research further.

The idea of your relationship to the soul may need to be broadened. Here’s what I mean. As Christians, we are taught that you have a soul that needs to be saved.

But in reality, know that you ARE a soul. It is not something separate from you. it’s not something you become when you die. Your soul is as natural as the body and your body as spiritual as the soul. They are an intricate unity of mind, body, and spirit that we talk about as separate aspects but really are not. They are so intertwined that in the science of spirit they cannot be separated.

Christianity really did a number on us to incorporate fear and control within its doctrines. Their idea of salvation is completely different from the ancient Egyptians. Christians fathers wiped out the idea of reincarnation and replaced it with ideas like dying and going to heaven or hell. Salvation was the soul being saved from burning for eternity in hell. Did you know that Christianity is the only religious system that has an idea of a soul that can be tormented in an eternal hell?

For the ancient Egyptian reincarnation was a reality. For them, salvation was the ability to be reincarnated to live another life. If you didn’t gain wisdom and unite with your higher Ka you could no longer exist as an individualized unity of Ba And Ka (more on that later) but there was no eternal hell. The inability to unite the Ba and Ka was called the second death. You would simply no longer exist and an individualized unit. Since you are alive and reading this, YOU ARE SAVED!

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You are saved now!



The ancient Egyptians talked about separate parts but knew that the soul is a symphony of vibration and frequencies. Trying to separate the soul from constituent elements is like trying to separate a musical piece. You can talk about the different instruments that are included in the music and even how they come together to produce the music that we hear. But there is no way we can separate and dissect the actual music that is produced from all the different instruments.

with a music piece, you can know the instruments that produced it, but aspects of the Ba and Ka can only be known through their effects.

What I am about to express here is the tip of the iceberg in this spiritual science. The ancient Egyptians broke down the constituent elements of the soul to the most minute detail. It is based on many thousands of years of spiritual science.

According to the ancient Egyptians, there are three main constituent elements of a human being.  The Ba, The Ka, and physical body (more on this later). These elements can be broken down further into seven parts. What this article will focus on are the three aspects that are connected to the teachings of Christianity and distorted by using the vague term soul.

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Most spiritual systems break down the parts of the human being to contain the physical elements and the non-physical or metaphysical elements. They use different names but are conceptually the same.

The Christian religion dumbed down their teachings of the soul. They went from the original teachings of a triad to simply the soul and body. But this idea of the soul is too vague to really aid you in developing and recognizing your “God-self” which the aim of the original teachings.

Why should you invest the time is understanding the true teachings about the soul?

Because there are those of us that seek an uncommon depth in understanding to ferret out the truth. The goal of many spiritual systems is to unite the constituent elements of the human soul and the body. When it is accomplished you are able to live a life with “superhuman powers.”

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The Egyptian priests were viewed as superhuman in the ancient world

You are able to develop what the Bible calls the seven gifts of the holy spirit when you unite the spiritual triad. But as Christians, you are taught that many of these gifts are evil or satanic.

As stated before Christianity oversimplified this idea into only two parts the soul and the body.

In order to understand the Egyptian concept of the soul, you are going to have to do two things most likely different than you have before.

  1. You will have to trust your intuition (this is practicing maat, accessing wisdom from within)
  2. You will have to think as the ancient Khemetians/Egyptians their cosmology
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The real you is not the physical body

For the ancient Egyptians, the real you is the entity that animates the physical body. What we as Christians and other traditions call the soul, is a vague application of a powerful concept.  The Kemetic belief of the soul as the “real” you, when speaking about anything to do with spiritual matters, is their orientation and not the physical body. This entity is eternal. It creates that physical body that is simply a transitory expression of the eternal aspect of the true self.

This is all very abstract, but what I will do is break it down as the ancient Egyptians did.

The basics of the divine Ka explained

The ancient Egyptians had a much more expressive idea of what we call the soul today. I will use their terminology and define it with our modern terms. I will go through the mythology to express the same exact ideas in another way to hopefully give you a better understanding. The whole time you are reading this if you get a flash of intuitive inspiration flow with it. That is your inner wisdom coming through to help you experience the idea, not simply understand it intellectually.

The ancients had three levels of consciousness or triad to produce a form, be it human or a tree or an atom.  Any physicalized form must contain these components. one is the Divine Ka, two is the lower Ka, and three is physical matter, in our case we will be talking about the physical body.

The divine Ka actually has two elements within it. The breath of life or the Ba must be present to animate (bring it into being) anything in the physical universe. The aspect of the Ba is incomprehensible by the human mind. The Ba is the universal spiritualized aspect that couples with the divine Ka to create an individualized expression of The All(God).

The divine Ka is what allows the Ba to situate, localize, or fix itself in the

Divine Ka as the container
The Divine Ka holds the Divine Ba in place

physical. The divine Ka is the container, so to speak, for an otherwise universal aspect to individualize. In other words like water in a glass, the Ba needs a container to have any form. These two aspects together are the spark of God within each of us and all things in the universe.

The angel on my shoulder origin

The divine Ka/Ba then creates that third or trinitarian aspect that is the source of the human body called the lower Ka. The lower Ka is the personality that is born in flesh. It is the aspect that can be affected by the human emotions. It is the aspect that gives intuitive impulses to you in the physical.

It is also tethered to the experiences of being human. It likes the drama of it all.

We call this lower Ka aspect our astral (energetic) body. The ancient Egyptians called it “the shade.” Just like the divine Ka, It is situated outside of space and time.

To understand how the divine Ka and the lower ka work with our physical mind is the analogy of the good angel (divine Ka) and the Devil (lower Ka)

Homer Simpson
When enlightened you connect to the Father (divine Ka)

sitting on each shoulder. The idea of a devil on one shoulder should let you know the analogy is a Gnostic/Christian one. 🙂

But you can think of the divine Ka and the lower Ka as analogous to one being in the valley and can only see what is in the immediate vicinity. The divine Ka is high on a mountain and can see things long before the lower Ka and the physical mind encounter them. “the father knows what you need before you ask.”

The lower Ka can get blinded by what’s in front of it so to speak. It can get caught up in “the world.”  That’s why it is the devil. It can be moved by your emotions and physical experience. It can become egotistical because it wants to be the prime mover in your experience. But when enlightened it can call on the divine Ka (the Father) for aid in navigating through the valley. “Ye though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil, for thou art with me…”

The Divine Ka is above the physical emotions and experience. It is the direct connection to the universal One. It cannot be affected by your physical experiences. That’s why it is the angel. The Divine Ka is not egotistical. Uniting with it will bring a peace and calm in your life that you have never known.

One thing that will happen when uniting with the Divine Ka is you will become more intuitive. It will give you knowledge and wisdom that bypasses the brain. You will just get “a knowing” that will “download” to you in an instant.  However, it may take you 20 minutes to explain what it all means. Connecting with the Divine Ka is like building a muscle, the more you use it the stronger the connection becomes.

The “force” of the divine Ka is intertwined within all of creation. Therefore it can have many levels and its different names depending on the level.

The ancient Egyptians expressed this same idea in myth as well; Ptah on the universal level, Ausar/Osiris for the physical human level.

The story of the immaculate conception is telling you the science behind the creation of a human soul. Auset(Isis) turns herself into a bird, hovers over the mummy (lifeless matter), flaps her wings so vigorously (the air from the wings represent the breath of life or Ba) that Ausar becomes erect (the divine Ka) ejaculates and Heru is born. From death comes life. In the Bible, this concept was stated as “I and the father are one.” In other words, the divine Ka and the lower Ka are one.

Origin of “the Father”

Jesus and Heru
The letter /j/ is an embellishment of the letter /i/ no letter /j/ until the 1600’s

The divine Ka is called the father of the fathers of Neters. The Son has “the face” of the father. Meaning that the only way you can know of the Divine Ka is from what it produces. The son is representative of the part of the cycle to reproduce or perpetuate itself. A way the ancients expressed the idea of the ever-coming son as Iu the Sa (Iusa = yay-oosah). The Greek Gnostics called it Iuseous.  The Hebrews called it Yeshua. Later that same idea was erroneously historicized and called Jesus.

The idea of the Khemetic science was to give you a science of being and becoming or evolving. Through your personal Journey, you are to learn to unite with the “father” who is in heaven (a place not of this earth, please see Luke 17:20-21).

This means when you become enlightened (uniting your lower Ka and Divine Ka) you will gain what the ancients thought were “superhuman” abilities. We might call them psychic abilities in modern times. They were aware of these ideas back then. The Bible calls them the seven gifts of the spirit (1 Corinthians 12:8-10).

Dvine Ka and psychic abilities
Superhuman abilities when connecting to the divine Ka

When you are able to connect you can then open yourself to spiritual experiences that are literally out of this world. You are no longer bound by the human body and the logical brain. You gain the powers of ESP, self-healing, telekinesis, wisdom, the ability to tap into future events in your life and many others.

Many of us already have these gifts but have been afraid to express them and use them. As Christians, we got boxed into thinking only Jesus could do these things. Or if you were connected to fearful circles, as stated before, those gifts were from Satan.

In actuality, they are natural aspects of our human experience. They are abilities connected to the universe that anyone can tap into. Some of us are more gifted in certain areas than others. Like having the ability to run fast. Some people have psychic abilities equivalent to a  gifted Olympian like Usain Bolt. We can all run, just not like an Olympian.

We all have the gifts, just maybe not as gifted in some areas as others. and that’s ok. Just work with who you uniquely are.

The point to understand here is that they are not some religious idea that only one Godman had. They are a part of your human expression.

Biblical symbolic connections to the Ka

The lower Ka can get caught in an egotistical net. Symbolically speaking you can be as stubborn as an ass/mule when the ego is involved. Hmmm, didn’t Jesus ride in on an ass in a bible story? It’s a symbolic reference to the ego being in control.

The lower Ka can get caught in the net (ancient Egyptians viewed the body as a net the soul is captured in)  of the reincarnation cycle because it can never rise above the tendencies of the ego and physical mind. Hmmm, “follow me and I will make you fishers of men.” In other words, help them rise above their ego!

Jesus Fishers of men
A net is an ancient Egyptian symbol of the body in relation to the soul

Are you getting the deeper symbolic ideas being expressed in the Bible beyond the superstitious worship? One must connect lower Ka and unite with the “father” (divine Ka).

There is so much more to you than your physical body. You are the universe expressing itself in human form for a short time. You are superhuman.

As said before this is more of a primer on this knowledge. It is much more intricate than I have put forth here.

My hope is that you will share what you are learning with those that are seeking due to the pain and confusion they are living in. Humanity needs healing from doctrines that have caused so much fear, guilt, and shame.

Reginald Khu-Ahkaru

Kemetic Spiritual Science: Wakanda and African beliefs before colonization

The Black Panther Movie was fantastic! I love how the Characters and storyline were developed. I loved the depth and beautifully complex narrative presented by the movie. The Hero and the villain were Black which blurred the lines between good and evil within complex layers of humanity.

I had to cheer for the villain when his dying wish was:

Nah, bury me in the ocean with my ancestors that jumped from the ships because they knew death was better than bondage.”

I was like, DAAAYYYUUUM! That line sent chills through me because I could identify with how he was thinking.

I loved the Scenery of Wakanda and the costumes. Going into the movie I wondered how it would mimic pre-Colonial Africa and its belief systems; its cosmology. I wasn’t disappointed.

Wakanda is a fictitious country. But many of the concepts about Africa were based on “real” African philosophy, history and cosmology. What were some of those ideas depicted?

What did Africans believe before slavery?

African Historian

Pre-colonial Africa was a matriarchal society. That means that they recognized and operated from the “divine feminine” aspect. They were as introspective a society as many Asian societies are today. That introspective perspective is connecting to the divine feminine.

Dahomey worriers

The women in pre-colonial Africa did not have to fight for their rights. They were seen as the “seat” of the house and the male was its occupant. If you notice the symbolism of Auset (means she of the throne) she has a throne on her head. Through her, the masculine must operate. In all pre-dynastic myth and symbolism, the masculine and feminine were represented.

This brings us to the deeper subject of this post, The Black Panther was said to have the power of Bast. Bast was the Neter Represented by the cat. “She” was the protector as was T’Challa was the protector of his people. Bast was the defender of the Pharoah or king.

Black panther
Egyptian Goddess Bast

Many people still think that ancient Africans worshiped animals and nature.  This was not true. The bird head or lion head on the carving of a neter was not a form of worship but a symbolic representation of a function that animal had that was keener and/or stronger than a human naturally possed. The way ancient African symbolism worked, the more you know about the animal the more you can understand about the characteristics the Africans were communicating through the animal symbol on the most subtle of levels.

Today we think in terms of interpretations, ancient Africans had a different paradigm

It was the ingeniously sophisticated way of using “natural symbols” for how the Africans expressed these ideas. These natural symbols become keys to deciphering the myths after the knowledge has been buried or forgotten.  The ancient Africans did not have our modern concept of worship.

Only after the teachings were lost or forgotten did we begin to incorporate the idea of “worshiping” an entity. The mythology and symbolism of ancient Africa was assimilated into the Christian religion throughout the bible. The spiritual aspects of Christianity originated in ancient Kemet. As Christians, we were taught to worship concepts because there was no understanding of the spiritually scientific knowledge the concepts were attempting to convey.

I loved the subtlety of ideas represented in the Characters of Black Panther. It was the use of Symbolism and metaphor at its finest.

If there was no worship what did Africans do?

Today we have been taught to get a relationship to God.  As Christians we are taught that God is different from us and to even consider ourselves as a god is blasphemous and sinful! The Ancient Africans did not think this way.

They KNEW there was only ONE. And that EVERYTHING is the ONE in its own beautiful and unique form. Not different than the ONE. Simply an aspect of the one in its own form.

In Africa, you ARE a god/goddess in human form. God Is; I AM; The alpha and the Omega

Christianity erroneously changed that distinctly empowering African philosophy to an idea that has trapped us in a cage of self-hate and its effects of mediocrity.

The ceremony of T’Challa incorporating the powers of the Black Panther cat was closer to how ancient Africans saw what we call “worship” in modern times. Not the ceremony, but what the Africans believed about developing their own natural divinity.

In reality, our concept of worship would be foreign to ancient Africans. They didn’t worship. Why would you need to worship what you are? The idea for the ancient Africans was establishing a metaphysical connection to the object (in this case a Black Panther) and incorporating the desired function of that object within themselves.

Today we might think of this concept analogous to the saying, “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” because our ancestors thought in terms of all things being the source in another form they believed they could incorporate any function of that source into their being. They BECAME all the powerful aspects of the panther.

Because of our biases we just don’t give ancient civilizations much credit for their knowledge. It is becoming more evident that they knew a lot more in many areas than we do today. The ancient civilizations had a different paradigm of thought. If you understand the science of manifesting by being a vibrational match to the object or experience of your desire then you already know this ancient African concept. They simply had taken it to another level.

In a sense, they would become the Panther and have the powers that animal possed. For the animal it was natural. In the movie, T’Challa gained superhuman strength and agility after ingesting an herb. This established a relationship metaphysically to the subject (T’Challa) and the object (the Panther). By identifying with (paying homage in a way) the object T’Challa would then take on the quality or function of that object (the Strength, power, and speed of the Panther). The animals natural abilities became the humans’ superpowers when incorporated.

The other thing to recognize is that these “powers” were not reserved for one special person. ANYONE that acquired the knowledge and wisdom had/has access to the transformational “powers.” Back in ancient times, it was mainly the initiates that had the access to the knowledge.

I am really simplifying the idea here. It goes much deeper and is connected to other concepts within this ancient African cosmology. However, it does give you an idea of the ancient African paradigm and belief system. It was completely different than our western thought processes.

Ancient Africans extended the concept and functionality of the “natural world”

In the movie, the herb was the cause. This is our modern way of thinking. We consider something outside ourselves that gives us the power. But in ancient Africa, it was a recognition of claiming that power from within them. Being source in human form the ancient Africans recognized that they were already connected to the rest of nature.

Because the abilities of the animals exceeded the abilities of a human, the symbolic object (The Black Panther) became representative of “superpowers.” One example is, the cats’ ability to see in the dark became representative of a power the Ancient Africans wanted to incorporate within themselves. It would be the ability to see at night or in the dark.

However, it wasn’t just physical sight to be enhanced. It was metaphysical and “spiritual” sight being enhanced as well. The symbols ALWAYS have multidimensional levels of functionality. Because of our western training, we view the natural world as only things that can be experienced through the five human senses.

The physical world is the effect of a metaphysical cause

The Ancient Africans paradigm of “natural” extended beyond the five senses of a human. It also included the metaphysical. It makes sense when you understand that they did not view the physical world as the “real world.” For ancient Africans, the metaphysical world of the soul was the real world and the physical body only a transitory experience. In other words, according to the ancient Africans, the metaphysical world caused the physical world to materialize into existence.

To understand this idea of extending beyond the senses from your own experience think in terms of a dog whistle. The range of the whistle is beyond human ability to hear it. But it is in the dogs “natural” range to hear the high pitch sound.

Africans recognized this range and beyond as natural. Within their spiritual science the “natural world” is an extension of a metaphysical world that we are connected to from within. For ancient Africans, the body is a spiritual as the soul and the soul as natural as the body. There was no separation as we have done through religion and science in modern times.

By turning inward you would then be able to tap into your own well of spiritual wisdom that we call the divine feminine in modern times. However, most only consider the divine feminine as female. For ancient Africans divine feminine describe a function of nature, not a woman. It would be the ability to also turn within one’s self and connect to your inner self; your intuitive expressions.  Men have this ability as well. The function of the black panther’s sight becomes our superpower of inner sight just as the cat can see in the dark, we can see through our own darkness and become enlightened.

How would you represent the ability to gain “higher” knowledge? A bird that flies’s high?

The Black Panther is Stronger and Faster than a human. It is fierce fighter and protector. Again, all these characteristics or functions is why the ancient Africans would put an animal head on a NTR (NeTeR = NaTuRe). It became a symbolic expression of much deeper ideas and “superpowers” not naturally possed by humans. Not worshiping the animals, but incorporating the powers of the object (the animal).

In other words, they used the known (natural symbols) to give you a clue about the unknown (metaphysical)

Because it is a natural symbol, you have been left a key to decipher the coded messages within the ancient symbolism.

In contrast to ancient Africans, Christianity has always taught a brand of worship that becomes debilitating because you believe you are dependent on the power of God and his whims.

Based on Greek error and misunderstanding of their Egyptian teachers they humanized God. The Egyptian anthropomorphized nature. In other words, they used what is natural as an analogy to give you an idea of a world beyond our physical expression. It was not human in any way. But a human characteristic may be used to express an abstract metaphysical concept.

The Greek way of thinking causes you to think in terms of a relationship you form to a superior being outside of you. Because you have no idea of the science behind the physical world you have to hope the superior being will be sympathetic to you at the time of your requests (prayers).

He may be sympathetic unless he is punishing you (because just like humans, God can be mad at you according to the infantile Greek way of thinking). You can never really be sure if you are in a punishment phase or not. I mean God would punish you for masturbating but turn a blind eye to starving children in Africa.

Colonialism and changing African spiritual science and traditions

Colonialism was motivated by greed and justified with religion. For the African diaspora, the Christian religion is a repackaged fringe aspect of African spirituality given to black people AND the world to enslave us mentally, physically, and spiritually.

For thousands of years, Africans had a cosmology that helped them build one of the greatest civilizations the world has ever known (Egypt). After colonization, we were given a bible that we weren’t allowed to read and images to ensure that our mind was in bondage.

Slave masters NEVER gave our ancestors anything they thought would empower them. Yet the slave masters gave them the bible and as Christians, we didn’t question the motives behind the “gift.”

I don’t intend to disparage Christianity with the above statements. But they can’t be disputed based on empirical evidence.

Because of many of the doctrines of religion and racism, many of us of the African diaspora have high self-esteem, but low group esteem. Low group esteem has been the prescription for lack of cohesion among the African diaspora. It was a nice touch to see Africans begin the Wakanda outreach center. Implying that Africans and African Americans need to connect.

The mythology that was so much a part of African spirituality was not “real” characters. However, they were representations of deeper meaningful ideas and concepts.

The movie represented a fictional country in Africa and were not “real” characters, but on another level, it subtly expressed the ancient African cosmology. It also touched a deeper chord within a people that were starving for powerful representations of Africa.

Make no mistake that Africa had rich traditions. As Christians, we were given a glimpse of those traditions through the bible. But the knowledge was malformed and misunderstood due to Greek then Roman ignorance and misunderstanding the culture and traditions.

Worship is what the ignorant (not knowing, not meant as an insult) do. Invoking your inner strength is what the powerful and confident do. Black Panther gave you a glimpse of Precolonial African civilization.

Now, call on the power and wisdom of the ancestors. You can incorporate it into your inner wisdom and be proud. You are the universe experiencing itself as human for a short time. THAT is the ancient African paradigm!

Members of the African Diaspora have been made to feel ashamed of Africa. NO MORE! You have been given a glimpse of the power and Majesty of Africa through the fictional country of Wakanda. There is so much more to our African ancestors, their way of thinking, and their cosmology.

It’s time you learn the science rather than perpetuating superstitions of the fringe science repackaged as Christianity. Rise, my beautiful brothers and sisters! The knowledge has been left for you with keys to decode it.  Ancient Egypt was the mouthpiece for the continent of precolonial Africa and their belief system. It is all there for you to gain the wisdom of the ages.


African Spiritual Science: God hates pride is a lie

God hates pride. As a Christian, I was taught this idea. To equate yourself with God was committing that worst of sins, having an overblown ego filled with the sin of pride. This is based on the Christian doctrine of the “Seven deadly sins.” These sins are not listed as a group anywhere in the bible. That’s simply because they were never part of the original teachings of spiritual science that originated in Africa. It is documented but not well known that Christianity is based on a fringe part of African spiritual science.

These “seven deadly sins” are based on control and fear. which is a big part of maintaining control of the mind by Christianity.

Seven deadly sins
Christian doctrine, but not biblical

There is all kind of doctrines built up around this idea that God hates sin and being prideful is sinful. And for this reason, we have been disconnected from one of the most powerful realizations that we could ever come too. And that is the understanding of who we truly are and where we fit in the universe.

In pre-colonized Africa, they were monotheistic. Below in the meme is a saying that encapsulates how Ancient Africans believed about what we call God today.God hates price

But what Africans believed was not a matter of being prideful. It was a statement arriving at a conclusion based on their science and philosophy about God. It is where the Christian idea of God originated but was changed over the centuries.

African philosophy about God

The Ancient African belief was that there was only one creator and because it is the source of everything in the universe then nothing in the universe can be different from it.  It was THE ALL. The way they saw it was if something was different than THE ALL then something ELSE had to create it. The implication of being different would mean that something else outside of the creator had to create that different thing. Therefore it could not be THE ALL. That would then imply that God was not the source of ALL. There had to be ANOTHER creator.

Kemetic spiritual science
Monotheism originated in Africa

Africans recognized the fallacy of two creators and built a cosmology and spiritual science based on the idea of one source of all. It never changed no matter what aspect of the Universe was being expressed. It’s one of the reasons most indigenous cultures have a profound respect for all things in nature. They recognize that is it The All expressing itself.

Christian fathers tweaked that idea based on a philosophy inherited from Greek Gnostics. The Gnostics believed there was so much evil in the world that it could not be of God. So they surmised a second level of gods they called “Aeons” created the earth.

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This is a Gnostic belief that deviated from their original teachers

Oddly enough, Christian fathers did not agree with the Aeons idea. They professed that there is only one “True God.” But they did subscribe to the idea that creation was different from the God that created it. The reason they did not subscribe to the multiple creator’s idea was based on political reasons to develop and maintain a hierarchy in “The church” for control.

This is evidenced by the Christian creation myth of Adam and Eve. The framework for the myth was copied from the Ancient Egyptian myth of Atum. Except Atum was the source of all the Universe. When Atum came into being the rest of the universe emanated from it.

Another aspect different from Christianity is that Atum was masculine and feminine. Not a lone male God creating everything. Ancient Africans a recognized that it took masculine and feminine to create anything. Masculine and feminine is figurative language. They were not saying that God was a big human being in the sky.

The Egyptian myth is based in explaining the idea of the “monad” in story form. Once you understand the monad principle you will then see why there had to be an Eve that came from Adam. When you compare the Christian mythology to the original numerology you can see that the fathers were aware of the monad, but either didn’t quite understand it or had to do some mental gymnastics to portray God as an all-powerful male.

It is not well known yet, that the source of biblical writings are from Africa, no matter how it was inspired. philosophically the Bible kept the African way of thinking about THE ALL being the creator of and encompassing everything.

See Isaiah 45:7 “I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things.”

No evil or devil, only science

For the Africans, there was no such thing as evil or a devil. The All (God) is personified but is not humanized. It was scientific and mathematical principles that their philosophy was based on.  Their symbolism expressed these abstract aspect of nature (NeTeR) that were void of human thought and perceptions.

The modern religious view of a male God that would punish you or dictate your life would seem childlike thinking to the ancient Africans.

What we call the devil today is based on the African principle of S.T. (Set). It is the principle of opposition.

For example, to keep a planet from spinning off into space the force of gravity from the sun is in opposition to the planet trying to move away. The Hebrew word SaTan, which means adversary, is derived from the African word S.T. (SeT). The meaning adversary would be closer to the original meaning of opposition than what we have today as Satan being synonymous with evil as an entity. However, it is in opposition to good.

In African spiritual science, it is the principle of duality. In order to create anything, its opposite must exist. Trying to create anything without its opposition would be like trying to clap with one hand.

In other words, the creator is everything in existence. Good or Evil is a matter of perspective and definition. Not an absolute.

The best way I have found to express the pre-Christian African way of thinking is by analogy.

“God” as the ultimate creator is an ocean. You are a drop in that ocean. The only difference between you and the ocean is the magnitude. For what is an ocean but a multitude of drops?

The quote below is not an expression of pride, it’s a recognition of who you are. You are the creator expressing and enjoying itself in human form for a brief time.

The African and Christian contrast on God

Grown up around the idea that equating ourselves to God is a sin is the opposite idea of being humble. Many Christians equate humble with being self-effacing in an effort to be the opposite of prideful. As a Christian, I made statements like I am “nothing without God.” However, the reality is that you are the same stuff as God, just not the same magnitude.

The difference in the original African philosophy of THE ALL and the Christian philosophy of God is this:

In African philosophy, your daily existence was tied to recognizing your own divinity, or the power within you, the power that is you. It was consistent with the philosophy that there is only one creator. Your evolution is finding the god within you. It goes even deeper in that Africans had no concept or word for our concept of worshiping God.  How could one worship what they are?

They invoked the power of the NeTeR (NaTuRe) within themselves. They BECAME that which they desired. If you are familiar with the teachings of the law of attraction you can understand this concept a little better. You become or match the vibration of that which you desire.

The bible actually states this same Idea in the scripture Proverbs 23:7, as a man thinketh in his heart so is he… The heart is the seat of our emotions. Emotions are how we recognize our vibration in the physical body.

On the other hand, the Christian philosophy became about having a relationship to this entity that was outside of who you are. You had to do certain things to gain favor from this entity. You were dependent on how this entity “felt” about you. What “his” will was for you. The worst part of it is was there were so many contradictions you could never really be sure you were on the right path. And even if you were on the right path the smallest infraction could derail you or cause God to be angry with you.

And worse, if you didn’t have a good relationship and gain favor you would be subject to the most horrific punishment of burning in hell for eternity.

One of the aspects you begin to recognize about this separate from God philosophy is the contradictions that it produces. You are supposed to be made in the image of God, but not God.

You live a life on earth, but anything that causes you to enjoy living here is pulling you away from God. It becomes a battle of being spiritual or carnal.

Africans had no such belief. Everything was the source in another form. Salvation was literally the chance to live ANOTHER life! Not be saved from hell.

God hates pride is not true

The idea the God hates pride is erroneous when you equate yourself to God on this plane of existence. You are a god, not THE God because you are the same stuff as the original source.

How empowering would it be to recognize who you are every day? Loving God as its human form that looks back at you in the mirror. Pride in who you are should be the foundation of your daily mantra. That was the Ancient African way. God is not broken, therefore neither are you.

Why do priests wear robes?

Priests wear robes

Why do priests wear robes that look like a dress? And why do some Protestant preachers do the same?

The tradition goes back to early Catholicism and many Protestant denominations kept many Catholic traditions. Ancient African Kemet is the source of the robes tradition. The Christians are copying a Kemetic symbolic expression.

Ever wonder why Ausar and Ptah (another Christian connection on that later) is represented symbolically with one leg? One leg in the Kemetic and African symbolic framework is representative of the idea of a soul being genderless. Early Christian fathers got many of their ideas from the Greek Gnostics who studied under the Egyptians. Ancient Egypt was the “Holy land” of the ancient world.

Roman Catholic fathers were aware of the idea of a genderless soul. In the meme, I expressed the biblical remnant of a philosophic idea of a genderless soul in Galatians 3:28.

Symbolic primer on Ptah and Ausar

 The temple of Ptah is the origin of the Kemetic/Egyptian mythology that Christianity was founded on. Ptah symbolically is a male figure with only his arms and hands free. Have you ever considered how our reality is formed? No? Well the ancient Egyptians did and they represented the ideas in a symbolic framework.
Did you know that the pyramid and the cross are symbolic of the formation of reality on one level? Yes, I explain it briefly in my infographic pdf download. Numerology connects myth, symbolism and analogy in the Kemetic system and is truly the foundation of many biblical scriptures that we have used religiously.
In the Egyptian framework, Ptah is part of a trinity of NTR’s that created the Universe. Atum is the initial impetus of creation to exist. Amen, is that which is hidden from our knowledge and awareness. That’s the same Amen that every Christian ends their prayer with.  And Ptah represents the substance of physical expression or matter. Ptah is the “builder” of physical reality.
Ptah and Ausar are trapped or bound by time. Ausar can be symbolic of cycles of nature that are all bound in time and matter. The physical body is the “Tomb” of the soul. While Ptah is part of the universal creative trinity, Ausar is within the earthly realm and the “father” in the trinity with Auset (mother nature) and Heru.
In Christianity, we know this formula as father, son, and holy spirit
These are all principles that have their counterparts outside of the physical. For example, Atum, Iusaas, Iusa were a trinity in pre-dynastic Egypt. They are masculine, feminine, and child. Within the Kemetic framework, the is a seed (active principle), soil (passive principle), and the fruit (representative of the ability to perpetuate). These are all based within a framework that helps you decipher concepts and meanings.
This is just a very basic primer on these ideas and to show the origin of some of the Christian traditions.

Why do Priests wear robes?

 Priests wear robes as a symbolic connection to the African symbolic philosophy. Priests and preachers may know the meaning of the “one-legged robe” but have no idea of its origin. Where did the dress looking robe originate? Ancient African symbolism and ideology.
On one level the one leg gives you a clue about the concept of a soul. It is also an idea of unity. In the African tradition, one symbol can mean more in-depth concepts on different levels. My explanation here is one meaning among many others that are represented in the bible by symbolic and metaphorical language.
There are many African connections hidden in the bible under literalism and ignorance. We want our Christian brothers and sisters to awaken. They are curious. Show them the knowledge before colonization. But that means we have to study and research.

Always expecting the hookup exposes your negative self-image

As a black person, when you immediately ask or expect a black business owner to “hook you up” it is a reflection of how you value that owner and their service. Subliminally, it is a reflection of your own negative self-image.

It’s based in being mentally conditioned in a way that makes it difficult for you to determine value.

You probably have never considered the underlying belief system and mentality when you go to someone black, in business, and ask for discounts (the hookup)? Most people think they are asking for a favor in getting a discount for the product or services the owner offers.

But why do you ask or expect a price reduction from this particular business owner?

The underlying belief is that a person of color is not worth what they ask for in exchange for his or her product or service. Why else would you immediately ask for the hookup?

Young lady looking in mirror
Negative self-image impacts all aspects of your life

In a way, it is saying more about the mentality of you asking for the hookup. It is saying you don’t value someone that is the same race and culture as you would someone of another race and culture. Because you don’t value yourself you don’t value the skills and services of those that look like you.

Value vs. Price

There is a difference in assessing the value of something rather than accepting the price. Value is determined intrinsically. It is based on that person’s internal compass and what they feel about the worth of a thing. Another way to say this is value is based purely on perception. YOUR perception. A person with a negative self-image will not be comfortable with assessing value.

Why? because they might get it wrong! If they get it “wrong” it feeds into a feeling of self-worth that is already low. They would rather find areas of agreement with others. In other words, they would rather pay a price rather than buying based on how they valued.

If you are a person that needs your opinions validated by everyone around you, then you will not be comfortable with assessing value.

A price is chosen for you. A price for something is agreed on by others. When you know the price you can be safe in assuming that everyone else thinks or will think the same way about what this thing is worth. You don’t have to evaluate the worth or value of that product to you. You can reject or accept the predetermined price of that thing. Price is determined for you. You can find comfort in knowing that everyone else paid the same price. Your self-image will be intact because you paid what everyone else paid.

Why is this important to understand? Because people that are uncomfortable with trusting their own internal convictions about certain aspects of their life would rather be told how and what to think. They would rather be told the price of something than having to determine what it’s worth to them.

This is really deep because it exposes a mindset. A way of moving through life on many levels. This is not just a black thing. It is societal but very acute in the black community.

Being religious is one example living with a price based mentality. As a Christian, my moral compass was determined by a set of values dictated by the scriptures. Even if they were contradictory. For example, all human beings are worthy of life and the love of God. Except if you happen to love someone of the same sex. They didn’t stop being human. Something outside of you dictated how you should view the sexuality of another human being and whether they are worthy to be loved. That’s analogous to having a price dictated to you.

In the Kemetic cosmology, their was no issue of loving another human being for a perceived difference. Most indigenous cultures think that way because they believe in the idea that we are all the source of creation in another form. It is only once source therefore we are all it.

That’s how a respect for nature and other animals came about. Even though that animal may need to be food on your table you still thanked it for giving its life to save yours. You respected it. The same with mother earth. Among indigenous people, there was a profound respect for the representation of God in another form.

A  disconnected example is Christians who are white and racist that have used the bible to justify their racism. They don’t determine right or wrong based on set of principles. It is based on rules that become contradictions more times than not.

The point in both examples is that many people would rather be told how to think and how to value people and things rather than to make that determination on based on a set of values that may not agree with the group and society as a whole.

It is fear that drives this need to fit in, comply, and conform for these type people. They don’t value their own uniqueness so they would rather fit in with a group. Even if it means devaluing another human being.

I recently started investing in the fantastic world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. In this space, you have to be able to determine value. But many people of all races and nationalities are not comfortable with making their own assessment about which investments they should make.

They wait to be told by someone they feel has more knowledge and experience what to invest in. That’s very smart on one level. But many won’t do their own due diligence and determine from their own criteria if a particular cryptocurrency is worth the risk for them. They are afraid to determine the value of a currency based on their own criteria. They simply follow the crowd.

You are unique and beautiful

With black people as a group, we have been taught not to value our unique abilities and beauty. Living with racism and white supremacy has fostered a legacy of people that fear not being “normal” and fitting into societies idea of “normal.” Around the world, people of color find value in things that make us seem, lighter and have “good hair” for examples.

We live relative to white society always looking at ourselves through their prism. And because we are not them and “normal” we devalue just about every aspect of who we are.

We are more comfortable living in a “price” dictated society (White supremacy and religious) rather than determining our own value based on our own criteria.

We must begin to think as our ancestors did and recognize that we are the source in human form. We are a god/goddess.  In that way we can value our god/goddess self and the god/goddess self of others.

Because we don’t value our own individual beauty and culture we are unable to assess the value of the business person that looks like us who offers a product or service. Expecting it to be free or asking for a cheaper price has nothing to do with holding them accountable for giving bad service or an inferior product.

Because it is your initial contact with them, it has everything to do with the color of the skin of the business person.

You prejudge that person with the thought they should give you a cheaper price simply because they are black like you and lucky that would give them any business at all. In other words, you don’t value who you are, so you don’t value the business owner that looks like you and what they have to offer.

In your world programmed by white supremacy and racism, It says this: An ice machine at a black restaurant doesn’t make ice as cold as an ice machine at a white-owned restaurant. Therefore, you should ask for a discount. Black skills and know-how is not as good as white skills and know how. Therefore, you should get the “hookup.”

If you are asking for the hookup without assessing the experience and skill of that business person simply because they share your skin color and culture then it is ultimately a reflection of how you view yourself, not that business person.

It takes courage and personal conviction to establish how valuable something is based on no other reason than your own internal system of values. It is so whether you are investing in a business or patronizing it.

it takes moving through the world recognizing that life is your own subjective expression from within.

That is a powerful perspective!

Negative self-image must change

Changing a negative self-image and learning to determine value will be critical for the black community to move forward. It will be a shift in consciousness and mindset. It is a shift in being internally driven rather than externally motivated and controlled.

We must build ourselves within in order to build a community, businesses, and a nation that are a reflection of those inner values. Right now, just about everything we do is a reaction to being priced as worthless in a society that does not value us.

We can no longer afford the “hookup” mentality. We must begin to derive value from our own set of standards. That mentality will be priceless and bring great value to all.

Why does love hurt so much?


Why does love hurt so much? So many fear being hurt they are afraid to love. Being vulnerable is the possibility of experiencing that which you fear the most. The fear is the pain that can come with opening yourself up and bearing your soul to another person.

You put your heart in their hands and they have the ability to crush it, squeeze the life out of it all because you revealed the inside of you to them.

You may be in love with the idea of being in love but live in fear of being hurt. So you live your life attempting to never be vulnerable.

What I just expressed is a basic Kemetic science idea called the trinity. Yeah, I know as a Christian you were taught the trinity was something to worship. In actuality, it’s part of a deeper science that can aid you in navigating through life’s pitfalls.

Your experience is the symbolic metaphor for a universal principle. That may sound detached and sterile. But it will help you through the question why does love hurt so much?why does love hurt so much

We consider this idea divorced from our daily lives. The ancients understood these concepts on a deeper scientific level and expressed them in ways that we now read as scriptures and deeply held religious concepts. Again science may sound sterile, but it is about the method of working through these ideas on a practical level in your life.

Religion and lack of personal responsibility

Society has lost the meaning behind the ideas and what wisdom the ancients were trying to impart because of the overlay of religion. So much religion is about handing the responsibility of your personal and conscious development to an imaginary being that will do the work for you.

The ancient Egyptians had no such belief and a deeper look at the science will reveal that your deepest most intimate and personal fears are paradoxically the most universal to everyone.

It takes courage to love. It takes courage to be vulnerable and live with the opposite possibility of being hurt to your core. fear of being hurt

But the reward for that courage is experiencing the deepest most gratifying love you will ever know in a lifetime.

Because love and fear are opposite ends of the same expression when you hold on to one you block the other. One CONNOT exist without the other, but also they cannot exist in the same experience simultaneously. Like a seesaw one side has to be up and the other down. When you shield your heart with fear you block love.Love and duality

It’s science. This is the science of Kemet/Egypt. If you are are not experimenting, observing, and practicing it’s not science, it’s wishful thinking. That’s what I meant by science earlier in the post. Not to sterilize it, but to bring to the forefront practical application. What methods are you using to develop yourself and grow consciously?

Have you prayed about it but not know the science behind prayer? Do you just hope magically that something good will come about just because you believe? That was how I coped in religion. I could never be sure of anything. Constant anxiety.

If you are not being a scientist, you are doomed to be held captive by the fears that will never be illuminated from lack of observing from within. That’s what being religious does for you. It keeps you in the dark without ever having to take responsibility for your own behaviors.

The answer to why does love hurt so much?

Why does love hurt so much? Because you had the courage to be vulnerable. You had the courage to face and explore the fear of being hurt. Vulnerability is the third component or trinity of the love/fear duality. Vulnerability is the relationship between the opposing emotions. Now you get the opportunity to learn about your strength.

One of the biggest deterrents for loving fully is the fear that if you open up and get hurt you can’t recover from heartbreak. Know that you will survive. You will get through this pain. It’s part of the journey of evolving into the highest version of yourself.

Your recovery is part of a deeper concept the ancients named Ausar. The science of it is the cycle of birth, death, and resurrection. As Christians, we were taught it as the resurrection of Jesus. In Kemetic science, it was the concept of one aspect of yourself or consciousness dies and the new aspect is reborn. This was expressed biblically in John 10:30, “I and the father are one.”

In other words, as one aspect dies another is reborn. Death and rebirth or resurrection are two sides of the same coin.

It is the relationship of the seed, soil, and fruit; It is the Neters of Ausar, Auset, and Heru applied practically in physical life. As a religious idea, the power and application of it was obscured.

Vulnerability is the soil or medium in which love or fear grows within the relationship.

From the beginning, that person birthed a desire within you. Desire is another component (fruit) of another trinity that develops from the meeting of two people. heartbreak can be the fruit of a break in trust. Now you must have the courage to be open to love again. That will be the resurrection.

The point to understand here is the trinity is not one static concept. It is fluid in that depending on the situation new resolutions are constantly birthed from the tension of two opposites or dualities.

It’s understanding the science that will help you rise above the fears. You now have knowledge that can bring wisdom in your journey. Not just a superstitious belief that faith in some being, outside of you, will magically heal your pain. You have the power and responsibility to do that for yourself.

I have felt that love, lived through that pain and loved again. To love a second time is a definite act of courage. But know that you can’t ever experience it again if you hold on to the fear.  In any relationship, there is always a trinity. There are many trinities that will develop from tension and duality. How will you resolve them? You must practice the science in order to come to resolution.

As the great Frankie Beverly and Maze stated the idea, “Joy and pain, are like sunshine and rain.”  Feeling one or the other is the reconciliation of the trinity. The seed for love is always planted in vulnerability. That’s the metaphysical science behind love. It’s what you can practice beyond religion.

The trinity is more than an explanation of the Godhead. It’s a universal formula that underlies all existence of the universe.

How the cross is connected to Egyptian symbolism

Cross connect egyptian symbolism
The double crossing is the foundation of consciousness

The Christin cross is Egyptian Symbolism. The basis of all Egyptian symbolism and myth is numerology. The foundation of the bible is Egyptian mythology, therefore, the foundation of the bible is numerology. Christian fathers knew this. But, they mistook Gnostic allegories as a real person. The number 5 is active, volatile, creative, life, resurrection, re-erection (Heru).

The number 5 is masculine, active, volatile, creative, life, resurrection, re-erection (Heru).
Auset feminine is 2 squared and feminine.

Ausar is 3. Heru the “child”, is the addition of “mother” and “father” or 2 plus 3 which equals 5. See Virgin birth, and resurrection.

The ancient Egyptians taught that every phenomenon is a reactive effect. In other words, there must be opposition or duality in order to have an experience.

To explain that idea via an analogy it is like trying to make a clapping sound with one hand. It can’t be done! You need the second hand that stops or is in opposition to the other hand in order to clap and make a sound.

The ancient Egyptians represented numbers 1 – 10 with dots and lines. This was not by accident or because they didn’t know how to write characters as we do in modern times.

Masculine numbers
Masculine numbers visually uneven

The lines represented how the numbers functioned and how they conceptually connected and shaped each other. The symbols they formed functioned in a certain manner. So goes the cross.

The first crossing is cause absorbed or death. The second crossing is the foundation of life or consciousness. It is the vital phenomenon.

It’s a deep esoteric concept that is limited by the Christian explanation of the cross. The science behind the configuration is completely lost.

What is also lost by many in the “conscious” community is the underlying foundation of numbers that link the bible and ancient Egyptian spiritual science.

Many want to make the bible and anyone that believes the bible is the word of God the enemy. I completely understand. I was in that same frame of mind for a long time.

But what I realized was that if I was going to reach Christians with the knowledge that can free them from the mental chains of Christianity, I had to walk with them, not against them.

We know that the Egyptian myths are the foundation of the biblical stories. Learning that at the foundation of the myths is numbers ties Christianity and Egypt together. It links Christians back to the ideas of the original teachings.

The teachings before they were misinterpreted and miscommunicated. Learning those links will allow you to connect to Christians in a non-combative way. It gives you a way in that they can accept.

Just don’t lead with Jesus ain’t real! LOL

That door will be shut in your face real quick, fast, and in a hurry!

Egyptian myth is the foundation of the trinity


Trinity Ausar auset, heru
The trinity is based in metaphysics

As Christians, we had reverence for the trinity. The idea comes from the Egyptian roots of Christianity. The meme is a personification of nature.

In modern terms, we would say it is personification of universal laws. Auset would equate to our idea of “mother nature.” Ausar would be “father time.” he is the principle of the cycle of death, birth, and regeneration personified.

From this myth comes Christian ideas of resurrection, the Virgin birth, Christ, the son/sun of God, salvation, the lamb of God, the Good Shepard, the only begotten son, and many many more.

A look at Etymological origin of the names would uncover many biblical stories. The trinity has a science behind it.

Origin of sin and why you should question the doctrine

Egyptan Ptah sin
Sin is a fabricated erroneous theory

Sin is an idea founded from a very negative philosophy about the creation of physical expression. It’s a theory, not a law.

You are not a born sinner! When I was a Christian guilt and shame were such a major part of my day and the people around me I thought it was normal!

Hamartiology is the “study” of sin within Christian theology. Ok? But where did they get the idea? They screwed up the original, liberating teachings from the temple of Ptah in Egypt.

A “doctrine” is a theory. In other words, Christian doctrines are theories someone made up and I accepted the toxic beliefs. I’m so glad I fact checked! No more guilt or shame as a part of my day!

The concept of sin was based on the idea that being physical was a flawed aspect of the creator established by lesser “Aeons” or supernatural beings. This was based on a Gnostic belief system.

The belief system originates from a negative perspective. Many of the Christian doctrines are built on this negative foundation. We must examine these ideas and the impact on individual psychology and the psyche of humanity.

Let’s educate and be compassionate to those coming out of Christianity. Don’t berate and attack.

The ancient Kemetic principle that connects Lucifer, Imhotep, and Jesus

Ancient Kemetic principle Ptah and Ausar
Both are different stages of souls migration

Christian readers of the King James version of the bible have been misled about the idea of Lucifer. No, I am not a Satanist nor trying to open your mind to Satanism. What I want to do is give you factual, researched information that will free you from the dogma of Christianity.

  • The fact is the origin of the word and idea of Lucifer did not have a negative meaning before the King James version of the bible.
  • The Greeks nor the Romans (the inventors of the Roman Catholic Church) equated Lucifer with Satan.
  • The original concept of Lucifer came from Kemetic science and was a positive expression of an abstract metaphysical concept.

Christian misrepresentation of ancient African spiritual concepts is the cause of much confusion in the western world. Christian origins greek errorNot understanding the basic principles is the cause of much confusion in the conscious community. It will be easy to see that Lucifer; Imhotep; and Jesus are all representations of one basic principle but have different names based on the stage or level being expressed within the highly sophisticated yet elegant Kemetic framework. Lucifer, Imhotep, and Jesus are all part of the Kemetic/Egyptian concept of the migration of the soul from spirit into matter, then life and death.

Basic Kemetic Symbolic Framework

Kemetic symbolism has basic fundamental frameworks that will help you delve deeper into their wisdom and your own.

For example, Ptah and Ausar/Osiris have one leg to symbolize that the soul is genderless outside of a physical body. This idea is common to a number of African spiritual traditions. Through the Greek Gnostics, there is a biblical remnant of the “genderless” soul idea. In Galatians 3:28 when Pual says, “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” Not being male or female means there is no gender.

One of the confusing aspects of understanding the Kemetic system is people not recognizing the basic principles and the framework of the symbolism.

A framework is simply a way to organize information. Symbolically, the one leg of Ptah and Ausar is based on a framework. It becomes a clue as to how you should view the symbols no matter where they are in stories and myths.

The Kemetic/Egyptian system is one of the most organized and consistent spiritual science systems you will ever come across. But you must look at the system as an organized science of knowledge and not a religion, or a primitive group of people unable to comprehend the deep metaphysical concepts. The truth is the Kemetic spiritual science is extremely sophisticated and nuanced.

The sophistication comes from the symbolic expression of the ideas. In modern times we focused on words and verbal expression of ideas. Most people in ancient times could not read and write. Words and language can be a very limiting way to express concepts that are multifaceted. Whereas words lend to expressing ideas linearly, symbols can express ideas multidimensionally.

For example, I write about a scene on a spring day with the birds chirping, the sun shining on my face with a breeze blowing and the freshness of the air all around me. In writing, I expressed these events linearly, one after the other. But, they all were going on simultaneously and with multiple levels of experience.  I have to express it linearly with language as well. But a symbol or a picture comes close to putting you in a state of experiencing the scene as it happens through your imagination.

The symbols, analogies, myths, and hieroglyphs of ancient Egypt captured the multidimensional experiences. They were “designed” to “evoke” your own inner wisdom from your level of knowledge. Today, we want to interpret many of these ideas as static with only one meaning. However, they were not designed that way.

As humans, we experience life on multiple levels, in multiple dimensions, and with many facets.  But how do you communicate that idea through time and space to humanity? How do you give keys to decipher the information within the information when the key has been lost or forgotten?

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Functional Equivalents

The ancient Africans were geniuses in their thinking and design of the symbols of the Medu Neter (their name for the hieroglyphs). However, many of the most sacred ideas were never written down. They were forbidden to do so.

Within the symbolism, there are codes within the codes that act as a key. These keys can be called functional equivalents. The one leg of Ptah and Ausar is a functional equivalent. A female or male within the symbolism and myth is a functional equivalent.

A functional equivalent means that no matter where it is in the symbolism or myth it functions the same way. It is equal in function on all levels. For example, with all the neters on all levels, they are paired as masculine and feminine except for Maat. No matter the level, a masculine neter represents certain functions within the symbolism. Same for a feminine neter.

Principles and anthropomorphizing vs humanizing

Heru is an expression of a multidimensional natural scientific principle expressed as a mythological personage. It is an anthropomorphized way to express a metaphysical and abstract idea. Anthropomorphic simply means using human characteristics to symbolize an abstract idea.

All of the (NTR) NeTeRs are principles of NaTuRe personified. Africans personified but never humanized these principles. A very elegant way to transmit these complex ideas.

In other words, Africans would say it’s “LIKE” God can see everything, to express the omnipotence of consciousness. It is using a human characteristic to give you an idea what omnipotence is like. But in the Greek tradition, God is humanized with the idea that “He” is watching over you. Greek gods were said to have children by humans producing half human half god beings. Humanizing God became the Christian tradition through the Greeks. Jesus is God and man.

Skull caps covered to symbolize a non-thinking aspect of nature.

Another functional equivalent for the NeTeRs is the crown of the skull is ALWAYS covered in the original Egyptian drawings and carvings. It expressed the idea that the NeTeRs don’t think or have the ability to change their nature. In other words, a humanized vengeful or Jealous God was not part of ancient African spiritual science. The NTRs are really mathematical formulas or the science of numbers personified.

The Kemetic science is based on observation and experimentation. Religion is based on belief and superstition. With religion, rational and logical thinking has to be suspended in order to accept ideas on “faith.” That was never the case in the African spiritual system. Logic was never at odds with science or just plain common sense.

Because of its multifaceted dimension, the ancient Kemetic principal called Heru/Horus is the thread that connects Lucifer, Imhotep, and Jesus on different levels within the Kemetic framework. Once you understand this principle the Kemetic/Egyptian System will not be confusing. and you will be enlightened about what Lucifer originally meant.

You will then be able to uncover deeper concepts and connections in the Bible. Contents of the Bible originated in ancient Egypt. The ancient concepts that were the foundation of the bible were spiritual science truths. The Dogma that became truth claims in Christianity is misunderstood, misinterpreted, and outright lies.

The concepts I am about to express in this article will cause cognitive dissonance in Christians as well as anyone in the Kemetic knowledge community that has looked at this information and taken the Neters as literal and historical personages.

It’s not meant to hurt anyone. I give you the facts and resources to verify if you so choose.

The Kemetic Principle known as Heru

So let’s take a look at the ancient Kemetic principle called Heru/Horus. It is a multidimensional concept on multiple levels and given names understood by anyone immersed in that culture. It is well documented in antiquity that the Greeks learned their ideas from the ancient Egyptians. But they were not immersed in the culture so often times the multifaceted multidimensional aspect of ideas were not transmitted or lost.

Herodotus quote on Green naming gods
The Greeks changed the names of Egyptian NeTeRs and made them the Greek gods we know in western mythology

The Romans got the ideas transmitted via writing. They could only connect to the ideas through language and therefore a linear way of thinking. Again, aspects of the multifaceted multidimensional ideas were not transmitted or lost.

So we must go through the symbols to get a deeper understanding of what the ancient Africans were transmitting to us.

Heru/Horus is the ancient Kemetic principle of perpetual renewal. In other words, the concept of something that continually repeats. Heru or Heru-cles/Hercules in Greek, is the ever coming son/sun of God. Iusa (pronounced yay-oosah)/Yeshua/Jesus is always coming back.

In the trinity of Ausar and Auset, Heru is the child (Hercules’ parents are from Egypt according to Greek myth). Within the symbolic language of a trinity, the child represents the ability of a phenomenon that has the ability to repeat or perpetuate itself (the symbol of the child also has multiple meanings and aspects). It is an anthropomorphic representation of an abstract idea using a child as the symbol of renewal and perpetuation. The child is also a functional equivalent within the symbolic system.

It’s that simple. Without going off on a tangent, know that Ancient African words were often based on the sound activating certain brain synapses (another aspect not well known). YES, it’s that sophisticated. So names of certain principles changed in order to evoke different vibrational expression within the physical body and/or to note different levels of universal expression.

It’s the same principle as chanting Om, Ah, or Oo. The different sounds activate different energy centers (chakras) in the body as well as brain synapses.

As stated earlier, another layer within these ideas is based in numerology which is really the foundation of the Kemetic mythology. They are formulas. Kemetic mythology is different from the Greek mythology that we have been trained on in the west. Greek mythology was more a form of entertaining stories.

African spiritual science
Myths were formulas in their origin

The mythological figures within the Greek mythology have a basis founded on the knowledge of their Kemetic teachers. BUT, again, they lacked the nuances that being immersed in a culture would afford to understand the concepts. So they just made up stories where knowledge was lacking to entertain the Greek audiences.

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This is not widely known, but through the numerology and etymology (origin of words and meaning), you will connect the Bible stories and symbols to the Kemetic mythology very quickly. You will also see very clearly that Christian Fathers were trying to express certain concepts but didn’t quite understand. I have an audio course here that can help you delve a little deeper into the numerology that connects the bible and Kemet.

In the image below is a rough analysis and explanation of the principle of perpetual renewal (the child) and how it moved from abstract to concrete and different planes of existence. The principal changed names at different levels, but conceptually it the same idea at different levels.

Ancient Kemetic principle heru
Heru = Child, Iusa, and Nefertum

The ancient Kemetic principle in practice

In the Trinity Heru/Horus is the son or child. Symbolically, one meaning for the child represents the ability of the human race or any phenomenon to perpetuate itself. The child or son is a functional equivalent within the Kemetic framework. A child can also mean living joyous and happy for no other reason than being happy. See the idea about heaven for a deeper explanation on the joyous child.

On the universal level, the principle of Heru/Horus is “nicknamed” Iusa (pronounced yay-oosah). It is the ability of the Universe to continue and perpetuate.

You can discover deeper symbolic meanings based on the etymology of African words and names. Often times the names give clues to the symbolic meaning. Here’s what I mean:

PTH (PTaH) is how the ancient Egyptians represented the idea of spirit descending and being “trapped” in matter (the physical body). They would represent the opposite ideas of the spirit leaving matter by reversing the letters in a “play on words” as in PTH becoming HTP.

HTP (HoTeP) is the ancient African idea of salvation or the soul being “released” from the dead mummified body (Ausar).  For the ancient Africans, the soul would go to a “peaceful” place. Hence in modern times hotep

Heru and Jesus
Jesus origins in Memphis

as meaning peace. ImHoTeP means “in peace.” ImHoTeP as the “prince of peace” is a nickname for Jesus as the Christ that originated in these teachings of ancient Egypt. In ancient Egypt, it was the idea of a resurrected soul into the underworld of Amenta.

The consonants HTP (HoTeP) are the reverse of PTH (PTaH).

That’s one level. The soul leaving the physical body. Ancient Egyptians believed in reincarnation. Therefore the soul would get many chances to leave a body. Perpetual renewal.

Lucifer was not Satan 

Lucifer (Isaiah 14:12), the “fallen angel” became equated with Satan In the King James Version of the bible. This was not the case originally. The idea of Lucifer originated within the temple of Ptah in ancient Egypt. Also, the idea of Iusa (Yay-oosah), Yeshua or Jesus was part of the teaching at the temple of Ptah.

Lucifer does not mean Satan

However, rather than Satan, Lucifer was the name for the manifestation of a “new” soul in flesh (Ptah).  The new soul came down or “fell” into matter. Hence the biblical idea of Satan as the “fallen angel.” Heru/Horus as the Egyptian principle of “perpetual renewal” was given the nickname Lucifer when “born” or fallen into flesh. Lucifer from Latin means “bearer of light.”

Understanding this idea and the origin of the symbolism you can quickly connect the idea in the bible scripture Luke 10:18, “Yes,” he told them, “I saw Satan fall from heaven like lightning!” Christian Lucifer as Satan is connected to “falling and lightning.” As stated before Lucifer is only connected to Satan in the King James Version of the bible.

How Lucifer, Heru and Jesus are connected to the Kemetic principle of perpetual renewal  

One of the reasons Egyptian spiritual science can be so confusing is not understanding the underlying framework and structure of their symbolic and mythological system.

Heru/Horus is not a “god.” Heru is the name of a “NTR” (principle of NaTuRe) within Kemetic sciences that equates to anything that has the ability to perpetuate or renew itself.

Ancient Kemetic prinicple examples
Images of perpetual renewal

The ancient Kemetic principle of Heru is a newly grown plant sprout, or a new lamb (as in lamb of God), a new vine (Netzer), or a new sunrise (Sun/Son of God) that happens day after day. Each of them has in common that whatever they were born from has the ability to renew itself over and over. In other words, perpetual renewal.

So what does that have to do with Lucifer, Jesus, and Imhotep? You should already have a clue about Imhotep from the section above.

As a NEW soul or light “falling” into matter the ancient Kemetic principle of Heru is known as Lucifer. As a NEW soul “exiting” or rising from the dead body into the underworld Amenta Heru is known as Imhotep (in peace).


Heru, as the ancient Kemetic PRINCIPLE of perpetual renewal, is both Lucifer (New light/soul coming down to earth) and ImHoTeP (The light/soul exiting the body and leaving earth) depending on which aspect of the souls journey the ancient Egyptians were speaking about.

Heru and Jesus Etymology

Jesus (Iusa = Yay-oosah) and Imhotep are two different “nicknames” expressing the same ancient Kemetic principle but actually mixing up two different Egyptian levels. Heru and Jesus are connected through etymology and numerology. Lucifer, Imhotep, and Jesus (Iusa or yay-oosah) all evolved over time as “nicknames” for one principle Egyptians called Heru = the road or the way.  In the bible John 14:6 Jesus says, “I am the way…”  It’s a direct connection to the meaning of Heru.

heru and Jesus


But you must know the symbolic meaning and the principles in order to connect the concepts to the bible scriptures. Now don’t berate Christians with this knowledge. TEACH those that are curious with evidence and facts. Don’t attack them believing it will shame them into changing their mind.

Would you accept being talked down too? No self-confident, self-respecting person would.