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In ancient egypt the polarity the duality was represented by Horus and Set [Satan). So Horus the forces of light the sun,goodness. Set,chaos disaster ,misery evil,and it's very interesting if you want to inquire into spiritual matters you can just go to the ancient Egyptians. They have a lot to teach us on that. ---Graham Handcock Throughout history, Isis and various forms of goddess worship has played a significant role in our world’s religious and cultural makeup. Today, goddess veneration is still very much alive and well, and images of the goddess–in various forms–can be identified in every state and province. Inscribed in the temple of Isis; "I, Isis, am all that has been, that is or shall be; No mortal man hath ever me unveiled. The fruit which I have brought forth is the ‘SUN’." Isis is the "divine mother" of ancient Egypt. She was known as the great goddess of magic and "universal nature," and used her powers to raise her dead (and dismembered) husband Osiris back to life (Osiris was represented as the Sun, he also ruled the underworld). As "Virgin of the World," Isis birthed Horus, the Egyptian god of the sun and moon, day and night. Metaphorically speaking, Isis is the celestial mother of the Sun (son) of god. It was her son, Horus, who eventually killed Typhon, the Egyptian devil. And, according to legend, Isis–mother of all–remains eternally virgin. She is often portrayed "as the virgin with child," and is regularly depicted as one crowned with a lunar orb and the horns of a bull. As Christianity started spreading, Christian leaders recognized Mary's appeal for potential converts among the pagans. JOHNSON: If you go back and you read the prayers to the goddesses and shrines to the goddesses and the rituals of the goddesses, they were beautiful and they had to deal with healing and salvation and with comfort in all kinds of ways. And so what the bishops did, and this was done with approval, is as they said, baptize all of that and bring it within the parameters of the Christian message. And so the titles, the shrines, the iconography of the goddesses got transferred to the feminine figure in the Christian tradition, connected with Jesus at his birth, namely his mother. Some of the most striking similarities can be found in religious icons.Such as Isis,the mother goddess,and her son Horus. In the Christian church we have the christ child who sits on the lap of his mother the virgin mary,and there are many of us who maintain that the christ child on the left of the virgin Mary is the very visual appropriation by the Christians of this very venerable incon of ancient egypt The pronounced resemblance may reflect a political challenge that faced the early Christian church to wean patential converts from their reverence from Isis. Barbara S.Lesko, Isis was really the supreme savior goddesses as the ancient Mediterranean world and had her call as far as Europe and England,and probably eary Christianity found Isis to be one of the most difficult obstacle to the popularity of Christianity because people were devtoted to this loving mother goddess. As Christianity started spreading, Christian leaders recognized Mary's appeal for potential converts among the pagans. JOHNSON: If you go back and you read the prayers to the goddesses and shrines to the goddesses and the rituals of the goddesses, they were beautiful and they had to deal with healing and salvation and with comfort in all kinds of ways. And so what the bishops did, and this was done with approval, is as they said, baptize all of that and bring it within the parameters of the Christian message. And so the titles, the shrines, the iconography of the goddesses got transferred to the feminine figure in the Christian tradition, connected with Jesus at his birth, namely his mother. Some of the most striking similarities can be found in religious icons.Such as Isis,the mother goddess,and her son Horus. In the Christian church we have the Christ child who sits on the lap of his mother the virgin Mary,and there are many of us who maintain that the Christ child on the left of the virgin Mary is the very visual appropriation by the Christians of this very venerable icon of ancient Egypt The pronounced resemblance may reflect a political challenge that faced the early Christian church to wean potential converts from their reverence from Isis. Barbara S.Lesko, Isis was really the supreme savior goddesses as the ancient Mediterranean world and had her call as far as Europe and England,and probably early Christianity found Isis to be one of the most difficult obstacle to the popularity of Christianity because people were devoted to this loving mother goddess. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xLYKLcN2dM
 
In ancient egypt the polarity the duality was represented by Horus and Set (Satan). So Horus the forces of light the sun,goodness. Set,chaos disaster ,misery  e...vil,and it's very interesting if you want to inquire into spiritual matters you can just go to the ancient Egyptians. They have a lot to teach us on that.
---Graham Handcock
 
Throughout history, Isis and various forms of goddess worship has played a significant role in our world’s religious and cultural makeup. Today, goddess veneration is still very much alive and well, and images of the goddess–in various forms–can be identified in every state and province.
 
Inscribed in the temple of Isis; "I, Isis, am all that has been, that is or shall be; No mortal man hath ever me unveiled. The fruit which I have brought forth is the ‘SUN’."
Isis is the "divine mother" of ancient Egypt. She was known as the great goddess of magic and "universal nature," and used her powers to raise her dead (and dismembered) husband Osiris back to life (Osiris was represented as the Sun, he also ruled the underworld). As "Virgin of the World," Isis birthed Horus, the Egyptian
god of the sun and moon, day and night. Metaphorically speaking, Isis is the celestial mother of the Sun (son) of god. It was her son, Horus, who eventually killed Typhon, the Egyptian devil. And, according to legend, Isis–mother of all–remains eternally virgin. She is often portrayed "as the virgin with child," and is regularly depicted as one crowned with a lunar orb and the horns of a bull.
 
As Christianity started spreading, Christian leaders recognized Mary's appeal for potential converts among the pagans.
 
JOHNSON: If you go back and you read the prayers to the goddesses and shrines to the goddesses and the rituals of the goddesses, they were beautiful and they had to deal with healing and salvation and with comfort in all kinds of ways. And so what the bishops did, and this was done with approval, is as they said, baptize all of that and bring it within the parameters of the Christian message.
And so the titles, the shrines, the iconography of the goddesses got transferred to the feminine figure in the Christian tradition, connected with Jesus at his birth, namely his mother.
 
Some of the most striking similarities can be found in religious icons.Such as Isis,the mother goddess,and her son Horus.
In the Christian church we have the christ child who sits on the lap of his mother the virgin mary,and there are many of us who maintain that the christ child on the left of the virgin Mary is the very visual appropriation by the Christians of this very venerable incon of ancient egypt The pronounced resemblance may reflect a political challenge that faced the early Christian church to wean patential converts from their reverence from Isis.
 
Barbara S.Lesko, Isis was really the supreme savior goddesses as the ancient Mediterranean world and had her call as far as  Europe and England,and probably eary Christianity found Isis to be one of the most difficult  obstacle to the popularity of Christianity because people were devtoted to this loving mother goddess.

As Christianity started spreading, Christian leaders recognized Mary's appeal for potential converts among the pagans.
 
JOHNSON: If you go back and you read the prayers to the goddesses and shrines to the goddesses and the rituals of the goddesses, they were beautiful and they had to deal with healing and salvation and with comfort in all kinds of ways. And so what the bishops did, and this was done with approval, is as they said, baptize all of that and bring it within the parameters of the Christian message.
 
And so the titles, the shrines, the iconography of the goddesses got transferred to the feminine figure in the Christian tradition, connected with Jesus at his birth, namely his mother.
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

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  What patriachal religion did was RAPE our cultural and took away our belief system, twisted it and distort it into their own mindset.  Almost like forcing a square peg into a circle.  Man has done sooooooooo much damage that it is hard to comprehend the beauty of how WE once lived.  And even though evidence and proof is RIGHT in their faces, they STILL refuse to acknowledge the intelligence of our race and what we brought to the world.  Cuz we brought their azzes out of the DARK AGES,

 

I stopped talking about African Ennead as much because blackfolks are sooooooooooooooooo brainwashed in massa/arab philosophy of religion and it becomes a waste of time.  Many don't see it.  And yet they continue to commit self-genocide while SCREAMING at the top of their lungs what massa has done to them.  Their feet get stuck in cemet mud when it comes to being a voice for THEIR OWN when their OWN kill and destroy.  I realize there is NOTHING I can do, say or expose to many of my zombie-like people.  They stare truth in the face and yet continue to participate in what they KNOW isn't good for them.  I used to talk about Orisis[original Jesus story], Isis [Madonna] Horus [Child} until I was literately BLUE in the face and still all I got was this.  If aint light skinned, sangin, rappin, ballin, pimpin, simpin, whorin, secretly on the down lowin or followin both slavers[massa and the arab's] religious footsteps with pumps or alligator shoes on...many of my people ain't even INTERESTED.    And the sad part?  The arabs ARE still tellin' blackfolks in Africa right TODAY that they are nothinbg more than SAVAGES...when the REAL savage continue to enslave them.  And we KNOW this and yet we fall for the lie we tell ourselves  EVERYTIME! 

 

 So the question for me is:  Why do blackfolks embrace massa/arabs lies about creation when OUR story of creation is MORE realistic and reasonable...and can be proven?  I mean some blackfolks know now what is truth.  So why do they continue to hang on to LIES?  Cuz we are sooooo busy wrapped tightly into it....while the other part of our race across the waters are still suffering like we did in the 1500s.  I have accepted that we as a people will NEVER embrace this truth....unfortunatley to save the rest of our race....we really really need to.  But!

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