Black Le-Pr Re Ka- Khans- Geb and Bes all over the world
Ancient Origins of Leprechauns
As we advance to the New Year, and the new season of spring, let us not forget our original Ancestors. The March Vernal Equinox, where the days are just as long as the nights, reigns in the spring. We celebrate Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday before spring fasting. These are all agricultural references for an Agrarian society to request an abundant growing season and harvest. We acknowledge Bes the Le-Pr Ra Khan- the original Black Magi people of the forests. We find St. Patrick- wearing the regalia of "Ptah"and "Auser" driving out the Uraeus "snake hat" Kings and snake haired people, Easter -(East-star) in the West is also celebrated on the first Sunday following the full moon, after the vernal equinox on March 20-22.
Black people have lived and established Civilizations and Kingdoms all over the planet. Their lifestyles of coexisting in harmony with natural life on the planet, are reflected in the characters of elves, dwarfs, leprechauns, trolls and faeries stories.
So, as for ol' St. Patrick, who was he really? Why would this man be canonized (declared to be a saint) just because he supposedly got rid of all the snakes in Ireland? Well here is another version.
Indigo melaninated people ARE the original "Snake Headed" people of Ireland- We are the ones who were driven off (and/or slaughtered,) in the name of a catholic "saint" named Patrick, who ironically wore the symbols of Ptah and Ausar. Our Black Ancestors of the east knew about the powers of all of the indigenous Herbs, Roots and plants like Clover and Thistle. We are the first mound builders and healers all over the planet. This shines a new reference on the first REAL "Europeans"
The Twa/Khoisan are known as pygmy (small people) who have a history pre-dating the Greco Roman Judeo timeline history of Adam and Eve by more 10,000 years. The Ancient Twa people were nomadic, They journeyed and migrated all continents and island over the planet, spreading to Northern Ireland, Germany and the rest of Europe, and the Asian continent, and had settled in these western lands, prior to any of the influences of the Romans or later, the Roman Catholic Church. They had a cultural, technological, and philosophical impact, and influenced the establishments of societies, known as Pagans or Druids. One of the cultural influences the Druids/Twa had was the fact that they were known for their headdress, and their hair, who many grew into locks that looked like snakes. Much later, the Heru Loc, worn to one side of the temple, was represented in the fez or head covering that also depicted the Kemet symbols known is a Uraeus or cobra raised to strike, which is the same snake image you see worn as a Menes, by the Queens and Kings of ancient Kemet (Egypt/Nubia Kandaki Ta). The Snake symbol also represents the Kundalini awakening vortex found in the chakra energy traveling up our spines and the helix of our DNA.
|Menes Headdress of the Vulture and Python|
|Auset and Ausar|
The Twa/Khoisan of Akebulan, Are the oldest people on the planet. They were the FIRST people to migrate to all of the Continents, including Australia, Europe, Asia, and the Americas- as well as islands of the Planet! Later over time, the Moors ignored the warning signs from their Ancestors to stay away from these Yurugu. Mixed up with the calcified consciousness of Arab Aryan ideas and belief systems, They felt compelled to have pity on the Caucasoid's self imposed plight, brought them aid, and released these cave beasts from Bes' spell of the Flat Earth! Now they have been running rampant on a terrorist reign for 2017 years!
So the Leprechaun (La-Par-Ra-Khan) represents the Black Queens, Kings, and people who were murdered all in the name of a land grab and the pirating of natural resources and our knowledge, by Christian religion and Roman Catholic dogma and proselytizing.
Beautiful Black Queen
wearing her hair in the traditional African "Lox" Hair style,
often thought of as Ngu or snake hair
This is a continuation of my blog post- http://amen-parankh.blogspot.com/2011/12/bes and http://amen-parankh.blogspot.com/2012/11/basil-bes-their-spiritual-metaphysical.html
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Through legends surrounding the leprechaun, the image of a mischievous, shrewd and quick-witted, Bes emerges. They are the Magi or Magicians and Shamans of the community. another Black image in Europe is a character known as Zwarte Piet or Black Pete- an ancient Moor who arrives every year to engineer SinterKlaas.
He/She encourages fertility and watches over and teaches parents and children in their growth and development. Bes holds all of the wisdom and knowledge of the earth. She knows the cycles of time and the seasons. She knows the healing properties of all herbs. She is familiar with the gardens, forests, animals, insects, lakes, rivers, mountains and caves. She knows the prayers, chants, lyrics, limericks, lullabies, the bedtime stories, dances, mathematics, letters, formulas, recipes and words of power. He symbolizes the Shaman healer of the Nome or Klan. He is chemistry and physics. She represents the Sage, guardian and spiritual intuitive energy to ward off hostile energy from your family, life, home, office or wherever it is present. Bes controls The weather, the rain and the wind, the earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Bes is the wise man-Maji he has the wisdom of the elemental and electromagnetic energy. He loves gold and can draw wealth and prosperity to the home. You can find this symbolic image of Bes all over the world. The earliest images of Elves, Trolls, Leprechauns, Fairies and Gnomes from all over the world were Black. The people are all characteristic and symbolic of our ancient Ancestors -the Twa and Khoisan (also known as "Pigmy") Mother and Father, with their history and wisdom of nature and the universe
GEB is usually represented in the form of a man who wears either the white crown to which is added the Atef crown, or as a goose. The Goose was his sacred animal and symbol. As the God of earth, the earth personified the formed of his body and was called the "house of Geb," just as the air was called the "house of Shu," and the heaven the "house of Ra," Hence,. he was also often portrayed laying on his side on the earth, and was sometimes even painted green, with plants springing from his body. Earthquakes were believed to be the laughter of Geb.
Geb is also symbolic of "Mother Goose" and the "Goose that Laid the Golden Egg" as portrayed in the Jack and the beanstalk tale where a Giant held the goose as a captive.
Aside from cobbling, leprechauns are tied to the idea of luck, shamrocks, and four-leaf clovers.
One plant that is native to many places is Clover. Red and white clover are perennial herbs that grow wild throughout Europe and Asia, and were naturalized to grow in North America. Clover has many medicinal properties and it is also very easy to find and harvest. It is also a great detoxifier. The red clover species vary in size. They grow from 20 to 80 cm in height and have several stems from one root. The flowers are white, dark pink or reddish purple.
Magically speaking, clover is typically seen as a symbol of fortune and good luck. In some countries, it is used to ward off evil spirits and to help a seer develop their psychic abilities. The faithful will hang a bundle over their door to keep negative entities away, or plant it in their front yards, around the edge of property.
Red clover is a source of many nutrients including calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, thiamine, vitamin C. and rich sources of isoflavones. It has been used to treat or help with: cancer, whooping cough, respiratory problems, asthma and bronchitis (because it is an expectorant), an antispasmodic, a diuretic, it cleanses the liver and the blood, and helps with cardiovascular health by lowering cholesterol levels. It is also used to treat: psoriasis and eczema, acne, colds, digestion, flatulence, infections, infertility, lymphatic swelling, piles, helps relieve menopausal symptoms, prostate health, and sore throats. There a variety of preparations for red clover such as; tinctures, teas, dried extracts, capsules, tablets, liquid extract, and ointments for topical applications. Red Clover Tea is typically made by adding 1 tablespoon of dried or fresh clover flowers to a cup of hot water. It is recommended to be taken three times a day.
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