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Bobby Hemmitt


The society of Western Civilization has not advanced one-inch forward from its pre-illiterate past. It's so-Called religious symbols are no more than references to sexualith and pro-creation....

Arc of the Covenant -- feminine womb***

Baphomet - symbol of copulation; completed man*
(e.g. & you thought this symbol was
about the devil!)

Church steeples - phallic emblem**

Christos -- Greek word for Christ which means oiled;
hence "anointed one".

Eye of Amen-Ra -- Back of Dollar Bill
CBS Eye Symbol
Time Warner Symbol
Toyota Symbol

Holy -- refers to the female opening

Mushroom Head -- enlightened one (see topic: Manna)

Noah's Ark -- comes from the original Egyptian
celebration of the coming of the Spring
rains or Arca noah

Oval Office -- symbolic of operating from inside the
womb

Pillar - phallic emblem**

Sign of the cross - Egyptian burial state of Pharaoh
with his arms folded across his chest

Trinity -- father, son and holy (e.g. see holy) spirit;
the original version was father, mother & son

Two Pillars -- left side: Boaz, eagerness, strength
right side: Jachin, God makes him firm
(1 King 7:21)****

Washington Monument -- phallic emblem**

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Jordan Maxwell religious sex cult symbology Bobby Hemmitt
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAF9nHmJYTM&feature=related

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Jordan Maxwell validates Bobby Hemmitt Part 3
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Jordan Maxwell validates Bobby Hemmitt Part 4
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Jordan Maxwell validates Bobby Hemmitt Part 5
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You can only discern these truths if you see them for what they really are

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References:

*-- "The Sufis" by Idries Shah, page 254
**-- male member
***-- Pandora's Box is the Greek-hating female version
of the feminine anatomy. The original concept of
the Noah's arc came out of Egypt (e.g. arca noah)
**** Solomon's Temple housed the pillars named Boaz and Jachin

Always Remember that: "Anytime We As A People Are Not Having Our WaySomeone Else Is Having Theirs...And It's Never To Our Advantage."

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Interesting Fine, I wasn't aware of the Baphomet being the symbol of the copulated man. I'm going to have to research that a bit further.
But I did know about the Washington Monument, Tekken.
They are all over the European world. They did, of course, originate in Egypt. It represents male energy. I cannot recall exactly whose penis it repesents, but anyways after the tekken rises from the void or 'Nun' during creation the Ibis comes and perches on top of it representing the female energy. Its all very interesting. Thanks for the informative post!
Source of baphomet head:
"The Sufis" by Idries Shah, page 254

Yes, the Obelisk are all over the world; hence Ta-Meri/KMT is all over the world...



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Originally posted by Yemaya:
Interesting Fine, I wasn't aware of the Baphomet being the symbol of the copulated man. I'm going to have to research that a bit further.
But I did know about the Washington Monument, Tekken.
They are all over the European world. They did, of course, originate in Egypt. It represents male energy. I cannot recall exactly whose penis it repesents, but anyways after the tekken rises from the void or 'Nun' during creation the Ibis comes and perches on top of it representing the female energy. Its all very interesting. Thanks for the informative post!

Central Park


Originally there were 14 TEJEN's.
http://www.daghettotymz.com/cu...cy/stolenlegacy.html

Western Civilization must be added with "all over Europe."



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Originally posted by Yemaya:
Interesting Fine, I wasn't aware of the Baphomet being the symbol of the copulated man. I'm going to have to research that a bit further.
But I did know about the Washington Monument, Tekken.
They are all over the European world. They did, of course, originate in Egypt. It represents male energy. I cannot recall exactly whose penis it repesents, but anyways after the tekken rises from the void or 'Nun' during creation the Ibis comes and perches on top of it representing the female energy. Its all very interesting. Thanks for the informative post!
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Holy -- refers to the female opening


I thought it came from 'helio' meaning 'sun'... Otherwise nice list...

Booby Hemmitt always trips me out. His presentation style is always entertaining and he mixes some good info with some questionable stuff... Anyone ever seen that speech on the use of the word 'negar'(nigger) and how it's usage makes the Kundalini energy rise? lol Priceless!
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Originally posted by Khalliqa:
I'm totally influenced by a bit of peer pressure regarding Bobby Hemmit.. My friend has debated him........ I'd never even heard of him before my friend mentioned him.. he referred me to a clip of him... and my eyes glazed over....

Can someone explain his attraction? I don't understand people's attraction to him...

I had never heard of him until reading your post. I went to a clip on youtube to get a taste of what he does. I As OA said, he is entertaining, and charismatic after a fashion. I can see why some people are attracted to him. I don't agree with his "scholarship" and what I would call his "theory of religion", but his style can certainly be compelling.
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Fine:
Bobby Hemmitt


The society of Western Civilization has not advanced one-inch forward from its pre-illiterate past. It's so-Called religious symbols are no more than references to sexualith and pro-creation....

Arc of the Covenant -- feminine womb***

Baphomet - symbol of copulation; completed man*
(e.g. & you thought this symbol was
about the devil!)

Church steeples - phallic emblem**

Christos -- Greek word for Christ which means oiled;
hence "anointed one".

Eye of Amen-Ra -- Back of Dollar Bill
CBS Eye Symbol
Time Warner Symbol
Toyota Symbol

Holy -- refers to the female opening

Mushroom Head -- enlightened one (see topic: Manna)

Noah's Ark -- comes from the original Egyptian
celebration of the coming of the Spring
rains or Arca noah

Oval Office -- symbolic of operating from inside the
womb

Pillar - phallic emblem**

Sign of the cross - Egyptian burial state of Pharaoh
with his arms folded across his chest

Trinity -- father, son and holy (e.g. see holy) spirit;
the original version was father, mother & son

Two Pillars -- left side: Boaz, eagerness, strength
right side: Jachin, God makes him firm
(1 King 7:21)****

Washington Monument -- phallic emblem**


You can only discern these truths if you see them for what they really are

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I so agree with the phallic symbols and can add a lot more.

The steeples, the obelisks and more are exactly what I have concluded to be phallic symbols. The obelisks, I think, goes back even before Hashepsut made it famous during her reign and, I think that because her death and presence as 'a female pharaoh' helped to suppress the later attribution of which was given to Cleopatra [Cleopatra's needle]. Both of these women are linked to Egypto-Greek experience but, the phallic symbol that the obelisk, the monuments of today and church steeples precedes even them.

I think that 'the headgear of Apollo' found all over ancient Turkey [Anatolia] is linked to this and, that ancient India is loaded with the phallic symbolism as well.I also see a connection with the white crown of ancient Egypt and so much more as well.

I also agree with Mr. Hemmitt on 'the oval office' and Noah's Arc connected to the western symbolism of 'the womb' and the idea of 'rebirth' or 'new birth' and much more.

The ancient pharaoh's equated 'the house of' with the idea of 'the womb' and incorporated this into their capitols, their script and etc.
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Both of these women are linked to Egypto-Greek experience


I can understand cleo being linked to a greek influence in kmt, but hashepsut?

The first substantial european invasion into kmt/north afrika was around 330 b.c.e. by way of the greeks.

Hashepsut, was on the scene during the 1400's b.c.e. I fail to see where hashepsut would be linked to anything "Egypto-Greek".
My question is that after seeing what religions out of the middle east have accomplished on the planet, why would you want to have any linkage to them at all? If you had any real pride you could stand up and say "We ain't have nothing to do with that, nothing."

I mean, it is like saying, "we were white people before white people were white people"
quote:
Originally posted by Khalliqa:
I'm totally influenced by a bit of peer pressure regarding Bobby Hemmit.. My friend has debated him........ I'd never even heard of him before my friend mentioned him.. he referred me to a clip of him... and my eyes glazed over....

Can someone explain his attraction? I don't understand people's attraction to him...


I personally end up tuning him out after about 3-5 minutes... I don't know why or how people take him seriously... but I can understand why 'some' find him entertaining... The comic effect wears thin with me really fast... But that 'negar/kundalini' stuff, that had my friends and I doing impressions of him and giggling for weeks...
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Originally posted by kresge:
quote:
Originally posted by Khalliqa:
I'm totally influenced by a bit of peer pressure regarding Bobby Hemmit.. My friend has debated him........ I'd never even heard of him before my friend mentioned him.. he referred me to a clip of him... and my eyes glazed over....

Can someone explain his attraction? I don't understand people's attraction to him...

I had never heard of him until reading your post. I went to a clip on youtube to get a taste of what he does. I As OA said, he is entertaining, and charismatic after a fashion. I can see why some people are attracted to him. I don't agree with his "scholarship" and what I would call his "theory of religion", but his style can certainly be compelling.




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Originally posted by Oshun Auset:
quote:
Originally posted by Khalliqa:
I'm totally influenced by a bit of peer pressure regarding Bobby Hemmit.. My friend has debated him........ I'd never even heard of him before my friend mentioned him.. he referred me to a clip of him... and my eyes glazed over....

Can someone explain his attraction? I don't understand people's attraction to him...


I personally end up tuning him out after about 3-5 minutes... I don't know why or how people take him seriously... but I can understand why 'some' find him entertaining... The comic effect wears thin with me really fast... But that 'negar/kundalini' stuff, that had my friends and I doing impressions of him and giggling for weeks...


Okay.. thank you.. I find him embarrassing..
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Originally posted by Raptor:
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Both of these women are linked to Egypto-Greek experience


I can understand cleo being linked to a greek influence in kmt, but hashepsut?

The first substantial european invasion into kmt/north afrika was around 330 b.c.e. by way of the greeks.

Hashepsut, was on the scene during the 1400's b.c.e. I fail to see where hashepsut would be linked to anything "Egypto-Greek".

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Based on my research, I have linked Hashepsut to the "Egypto-Greek" experience for several reasons. But here is only a small portion because I don't have my notes handy right now:

You mentioned the date of 330 b.c.e. in regards to European invasion but not based on the history in regards to 'the Mycenaeans'. These people were 'white Greeks' and they dominated the ancient Minoans early in time around the 1500s B.C. After this time too, many of them migrated back through Europe and into Central Turkey and became apart of the Hittite domination. And this is where the name of 'Hatshepsut' takes its origins.

The capitol of the Hittite Empire around the 1500s B.C. was called 'Hattusa' after the white Greeks that became known as 'the Khatti' and they were leagued with the Hittites. They ranged from Assyria and had great influences in the Levant. This is the origin of Hatshepsut and the Thutmosis kings of the 18th Dynasty. She was definitley had Greeks links and these people became apart of the kemetic experience.
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Originally posted by Chevron Dove:

You mentioned the date of 330 b.c.e. in regards to European invasion but not based on the history in regards to 'the Mycenaeans'.


That is, the history as it pertains to alexander of macedonia, hence, 330 b.c.e.. Was alex not european? You’ve also overlooked the word “substantial”, which is not suggesting that kmt did not have any contact with mycenaeans.

For instance, we find that a colony of kemetans led by cecrops, who brought to greece, athens, agriculture and metallurgy around the six century b.p.. If we follow the tablets of pilos in greece during the time of the mycenaean, we find metrological signs (weights and scale symbols) of kmt influence.

Also, the 18th dynasty by way colonization, introduced syllabic writing (invented during the 11th dynasty) to proto: crete, cyrpus, continental/myceneaen greece, and asia minor which included hittite country.



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These people were 'white Greeks' and they dominated the ancient Minoans early in time around the 1500s B.C.... and became apart of the Hittite domination.
How is all this relevant to hatshepsut?


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And this is where the name of 'Hatshepsut' takes its origins.

Okay, time out!
Are you talking about the name or the person?


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The capitol of the Hittite Empire around the 1500s B.C. was called 'Hattusa' after the white Greeks that became known as 'the Khatti' and they were leagued with the Hittites. They ranged from Assyria and had great influences in the Levant. This is the origin of Hatshepsut and the Thutmosis kings of the 18th Dynasty.
Are you saying that hatshepsut and thutmose came from hittite stock?

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She was definitley had Greeks links
Again, are talking about the name or denoting her origin by descent?
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Originally posted by Raptor:

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The capitol of the Hittite Empire around the 1500s B.C. was called 'Hattusa' after the white Greeks that became known as 'the Khatti' and they were leagued with the Hittites. They ranged from Assyria and had great influences in the Levant. This is the origin of Hatshepsut and the Thutmosis kings of the 18th Dynasty.
Are you saying that hatshepsut and thutmose came from hittite stock?


that would be interesting... but the name of a capitol would not be evidence of such a thing...

btw: Thutmosis' father has never been named.. is only recorded as a military man...
Peace....


I wouldn't completely dismiss Bobby Hemmitt.

Like many other "Ghetto" scholars, there is the occasional jewel within the crap.

One thing too many in the "Unraveling" the secrets-crowd are always guilty of is jumping to conclusions about information before researching it thoroughly.

But i have been familiar with Boby Hemmitt for awhile..and like so many others like Steve Cokely, Dr. York of Nuwabian fame, Malik Zulu Shabazz, etc, Hemmitt should be taken with a grain of salt...Three is some value there for those who know how to lift the pearls from the information presented.

One thing that those of us in search of truth should remember is that you have to fish from both waters. You cannot get all of your information from the academy, nor can you be satisfied getting your information exclusively from the likes of Graham Hancock, William Cooper, Richard Hoagland, Eric Von Daniken, et al..

In my view you have to use the academic sources as first hand..If you find an incomplete explanation and inconsistencies in the academic perspective, that is when you see if some of the alternate explanations work. If the altenate theory fits like a puzzle piece, I guarantee that there will be real, academically generated proof to confirm what may have been unearthed by someone uninitiated in the academy.

For instance only a damn fool would believe that the pyramids were constructed by rudimentary hand tools and gang labor. This is indeed the prevailing view in the academy..This is where you would go and find a better explanation.



Whirling Moat
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Originally posted by Whirling Moat:

In my view you have to use the academic sources as first hand..If you find an incomplete explanation and inconsistencies in the academic perspective, that is when you see if some of the alternate explanations work.


Whirling Moat


I agree with you regarding beginning but not limiting oneself with academic research....
I disagree that anything posited outside of objective research "works".. If the goal is emotional peace then this may be true.. but if the goal is accuracy this may not be true...


For instance in the creation debate, when science or logic is unable to properly analyze a preexistence which does not adhere to known physical laws.. in the quest for origin meaning.. this does not automatically mean "god" did it.. or Black Aliens from another planet did it... Or even our ancient forefathers did it.. no matter how much that appeases the psyche..

However saying that "God" et al.. did it.. should not stop one from pursuing whether or not these things are possible.. I do believe that's where people in academia who are seeking understanding stop...

I believe all knowledge should be pursued as well as subject to scrutiny... even as we willing comfortably accept some things because we do not find accuracy worthy of pursuit... and reject some things because they are found to be illogical or nonsensical on the face of it...
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Originally posted by Raptor:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Chevron Dove:



[QUOTE] These people were 'white Greeks' and they dominated the ancient Minoans early in time around the 1500s B.C.... and became apart of the Hittite domination.
How is all this relevant to hatshepsut?
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I realized after I had logged off yesterday that my info was not complete.


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And this is where the name of 'Hatshepsut' takes its origins.

Okay, time out!
Are you talking about the name or the person?
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I am giving more emphasize on the name in its connection to origins.


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The capitol of the Hittite Empire around the 1500s B.C. was called 'Hattusa' after the white Greeks that became known as 'the Khatti' and they were leagued with the Hittites. They ranged from Assyria and had great influences in the Levant. This is the origin of Hatshepsut and the Thutmosis kings of the 18th Dynasty.
Are you saying that hatshepsut and thutmose came from hittite stock?
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I need to do better on this:

The name Hatshepsut is connected to the history and origins of a Greek experience. The capitol of Central Turkey was known as 'Hattusa' and is a name that indicates Hittite people of whom at one point became apart of 'the Lusitans' of whom aboriginal Greeks [contrary to some modern acconts]. The Lusitans have an origin in the name of 'Lydda' [Lud Shem]but became distinguished as 'Luz', 'Lusitans', 'Luwians' and other unique names and Myecanaeans are white Greeks that became apart of Greek civilizations. Greek peoples migrated back into Turkey after a series of earthquakes sparked the end of the Minoan world and in 'Mitanni' [Assyria], they became known as 'Khatti' and this name does not define 'white Greeks' but a mixed-Greek civilization that became apart of this Meditteranean civilization around the 1500s B.C. and etc. Hatshepsut was 'black' and apart of the Egyptian experience but her name links her to this Greek connection to the north of Egypt.
Originally Posted by Oshun Auset:
Fine says:  Helios is the greek corruption of "Ra"....
quote:  Holy -- refers to the female opening
Oshun said :  I thought it came from 'helio' meaning 'sun'... Otherwise nice list...

Booby Hemmitt always trips me out. His presentation style is always entertaining and he mixes some good info with some questionable stuff... Anyone ever seen that speech on the use of the word 'negar'(nigger) and how it's usage makes the Kundalini energy rise? lol Priceless!

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