Sunday, December 30, 2012

Rise Up From Niggers to Ngus

Our Youth have been using this word "Nigga" to define themselves and their way of life for over 2 decades now. Some adults have succumbed to lowering their standards to accommodate this word- even using it themselves and justifying it in scriptural translations, "Niger" or using these names that europeans renamed our African people and countries by... 'Negro' is a Spanish word meaning 'Black.' Negro is closely connected to the word 'Necro,' a Greek word, which means 'Dead.'
 The use of Negro, Nigger, Niggas -equates to the perversion of our sacred words for Khem, Mur, "Black" Ngu. The words Negro and Nigger are words that were used in the 40s and 50s, under Jim Crow Law to dehumanize, pervert, identify and mark our men, in particular and people of color over all, into a low cast classification system for slavery and genocide. Nigger, Negro are words of abuse and self hate, when they are continually used by our young people who are the victims. Many Black people think that it is ok to be defined by others, and to be called Nigger, Nigga, Negro, Colored, minority, or non-white, is acceptable. This is confusion!

How The Word For GOD, "N-Gu" (Net-ger) became Nigger, Nigga, Negro and "Niger"

The first people to corrupt the term "N-Gu" were the Roman invaders of Egypt who may have heard the term used to describe the
leader of Egypt or Nubia. The term "NGu" was later used to mean any Black/Negroid person that the Romans saw in Africa or anywhere else.

The Romans tried to invade Nubia during the early years of the Christian Era. Then, Nubia-Kush was ruled by a line of Queens called "Ka'andak'es (Candace). One such queen and her son defeated the Roman army at Aswan, (see: Egypt and burned the Roman Fort.
The Romans colonized and spread the Latin language to Europe. Due to this linguistic influence, the Latin or French term "Niger" or "Negre"  and "Negro" in Spanish.

The English colonialists and slave entity borrowed the term "Negro" from the Spanish. The term for Black people in England before Shakespeare was "Moor" or "Black-a-Moor." The English slave owners degraded and defiled the entire name by turning the Negro into a slave and turning the original term "Ned-ger" or "God" into the racist term "Nigger." One can say that they have insulted the sacred name for "God" and have oppressed the original people created by God. This phenomena is due to their own sense of inferiority.


We are giving our children an erroneous assumption by encouraging the use of these dehumanizing, offensive and abusive words! Nigger, Negro, Nigga does NOT EQUAL NGU!

Ngu- Negus- Naga, Ngus, Nguzo, Ngami, Nkosi and Ngoma-N-T- Nu- Nut/Net (feminine) are words of rulership, principle and power.

Negus= Amharic ngus, from Classical Ethiopic ngu, king, ruler, verbal adjective of naga, to rule, become king; (see ng in Semitic roots.)](Free Dictionary/ Wikipedia)

If you take the vowels out of most these words,  you have fundamentally the N and G. As taught by, Sba Sasteh Meter  "The N=Neteru (God), Nut/Net (Star Goddess/Principal), Nu(Primordial Water Goddess Principle), - are the oldest words for Nature, Natural Gods and Heaven. The G=Geb- The oldest word for Earth. Put the N-G together and you have Heaven and Earth." Ta also means earth ergo the Neteru- N-T

Nkosi,' means 'King,' in many Afrikan dialects. In 'Niger,' the word for 'Serpent' is 'Nyoka.' The Snake represent the sacred symbol for rising of the Kundalini chakras.  N'gola, and Nyarnban or 'Nyoke ' are from Swahili. In Basuto, the word for 'Serpent' is 'Noga.' The 'Nk' or 'Ng' is the original sound, according to the "METU NETER" by Ra Un Nefer Amen on pg. 63 states " "Ng(k)," Nada, undifferentiated energy/matter to give rise to the ninth manifestation. The ninth manifestation is known as the "Mother of all living things." Gerald Massey maintained that the 'Y' in the names is NOT a primary sound, but rather one that evolved from 'G.' Naya or Nayya in many North American Native tribal dialects also means 'Serpent.'

The Dogon God-Serpent and the KaMaTa (Egyptian) Serpents are identical. The God-Serpent is called "The One who Dances in the Shadows." In the Dogon's pantheon, the seventh ancestor transformed into a Serpent (Note: It is also within the Dogon's system of life that it takes three male spirits plus three female spirits to bring forth the Seventh generation Hu{e}man Beings, made of Spirit flowing through a Body; Showing everyone that every thought becomes physical or is made to matter in the seventh generation of thought) From this sepulcher the Ancestor Serpent rises up to dance underground in the darkness and to move toward the tomb of the oldest man (The Soul embedded in the Pineal Gland, which oversees the Third Ventricle).

According to "AFRICAN ORIGIN OF BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY" by Dr. Richard King, states, "the name for serpent exists in hieroglyphics where 'Nkakais' synonymously interchanged with 'Nakaad' in the Egyptian hymn to Amen-RA, the Sun God is said to send his arrows against the serpent 'Naka.'

The Chaldeans taught the Serpent Men, Nakash-Na, warred with Sut-Typhon (Titans). China’s pyramids were built by the Moi of Vietnam and the Nakhis of Southern China, remnant of the ancient Mu (Mu'urish) civilizations.
the Vedic Sanskrit word 'Gu-ru,' meaning 'Wise' or 'Teacher' was derived from the Afrikan word 'N-Gu-ru.' There is also a chakra called the Guru Chakra, which is part of the Crown Chakra. It is two inches over the top of the head. The Third Eye or Brow Chakra (Ajna-Chakra) is also called the Guru Chakra.

'Ngu-ni' is an Ama-Zulu word that means "Ancient Ones." Ngu-ni is the group name for the Zulu, Xhosa, Swazi, Ndebele, Shangaan and Ngoni peoples.

'Ngo-nyama' means 'Lion,' another "Praise Name" for an AmaZulu King.

The connection with "Black" and "dead" is not necessarily a Negative one. (Naga the"Black Serpent," "Magnetic Current" or Ida in the Yoga traditions)

Shaman healers often depended upon journeys into other realms above and below to contact ancestors and forces and to achieve power. In the esoteric sense, when the Kundalini has been properly unleashed, it produces a multi-interdimensional process. Psychic abilities develop, such as clairvoyance, clairaudience, psychometrics, telepathy, telekinesis, levitation, healing powers, prophesy, past-life memories, out-of body experiences (Astral travel, by activation of the Solar Chakra and Soul travel, by the activation of the Crown Chakra or Third Eye, yields direct awareness of auras and chakras, for lucid dreams and vivid Life-like visions and contact with the Aku (ancestors) and spirit guides through inner voices. Thus, Black people learnt how to communicate with the ancestors through the mind via DNA memory.
'Ngr,' means "Golden One," in KaMA'at (Egypt) Medu Neter. It is another form of Geb. It is also a termed for the "King-Initiate." It is the same word as Neb Heru (Kama'at) or Nibiru (Sumerian), the Golden Light (Auric Halo).

Ngu, means "Serpent King." It is a title that is bestowed upon the KaMaTa God King (Pharaoh) Priest, who has mastered the Healing science of the Uraeus.
Nga, which means "Serpent Queen." It is a title that is bestowed upon the KaMaTa Queen, who has mastered the Healing science of the Uraeus.
Niagara (River Fall)' means 'Black' is a city in upstate New York boarding Canada.
"Nega Negast" An Ethiopian word which, means "(Serpent) King of Kings."
"Nag Hammadi" An ancient Aramaic and Hebrew scripture which means "The Serpent Black Guide."
'Naga-saki'- A Japanese city destroyed by an atomic bomb in 1945, by the U.S. and it means "Serpent Spirit" or "Serpent Life-Force.
The Naacal writings are called Neferit, or Medu Neter ("THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU" by James Churchward).

Neteru or 'Netjer' is the Medu origin of the word which means "God; God of Wisdom or Force of Nature". "Neteru-Ankh" KaMaTa Serpent God through whose body the Boat of Afu RA is pulled by twelve Amikhiu Neter (Gods), entering the tail and exiting the mouth, which results in Afura being transformed into Khepera, now towed into the sky by twelve goddesses.

'Nergal' is "the Healer" in the Sumerian lore. In ancient Samaria, the Anu-Naki ('Heavenly Serpent" "Sun Serpent" or "Serpent and the Rainbow") were Serpents, and Naki (E-NKI or s-NAKE) name for the Initiates of Chaldea, corresponding to the Nagas or "Snake-Kings" of the Buddhist legends, who preserves and guards the ancient truths. From these bloodlines has come the origin of the "Divine Right of Kings." There is a direct link between the Dracontia, the Lemurian, Atlantean architects and builders who were originally, the Brotherhood of the Snake/dragon, initiated by the Sumerian god E. A. or, the Serpent (Kundalini and DNA) in the Garden of Eden (Universe and Body) who is credited with building temples and teaching the people. The Medu Neteru (Hieroglyphs), cosmological monuments and institutions of the peoples of Central and South America prove indisputably the existence of communication between America, Afraka and India. Shubigaruth is an ancient Sumerian name for God, called later in Latin “Pan” (which means ALL in ALL). It is a reference to the constellation Sirius.

Nakiel- Another name of the Arch-Angel Uriel, in Hebrew means "Serpent of God," or "Knowledge of God."

The wife of Anubis (An-pu, An or Anu) was Anu-kis or A-Nuki-s (Anu-Naki, Oannes, Nommo). She sails the Celestial Boat of RA, with Sothis (Soquet, Sirius) and Satis.

'Naga,' means 'Serpent' in the Vedic Sanskrit. The Hindu Naga Serpent Gods of India are mention in the "UPANISHAD TEXTS". Naga (Nagini - fem) - Indian Serpent Ruler, son of Kadru (Kedar in Hebrew means 'Black'), daughter of Daksha, was a title of Spiritual Power among Humans. It is first important to note that the Snake (Serpent Spirit) has been a symbol of wisdom, eternity healing, mystery, Magical power, and holiness throughout most of the ancient non-western world. It's symbol is used today in medicine, and other healing professions (Caduceus; U-RAeus), - and its live descendants are hailed as sacred and used in everything from cancer drugs to sex potions. Naga represents the energy of Life and Death. The Naga spirits bring rain and rule the Underworld (the Belly or Navel Chakra), the Nagas are manifestations of 'Agni' (fire), the Spirit Guardians; divided into four classes: 1. Heavenly 2. Divine 3. Earthly or 4. Hidden. The connections between the Blacks in Afrika- and of India are strikingly similar, that even the names given to the various 'Naga' peoples of India and those of Afrika are the same in spelling and sound. For example, certain groups in Sudan are called 'Nagas,' whereas in India, Brahaman Vedic groups with racial features similar to the people of Sudan are also called 'Nagas.' "W. Robertson, "AN HISTORICAL DISQUISITION OF INDIA," Pub. 1794, Page 274. "The Brahmins, it is well known, borrowed religion, as well as, all other sciences of civilization, from the highly civilized Nagas, whom afterwards, they relentlessly persecuted." The languages spoken by the 'Naga's and other Dravidians such as Telegu, Malayalam, Kanada and others are related to the Kushite languages of East Afrika, such as Gala and those spoken by the Nilotic peoples. Moreover, these languages spread to West Afrika and far beyond India into Cambodia and South China. The ancient Indians belonged to the Kushite-Nubian Afrikan race. Of this group of ancient Afrikans, the Naga People were and still are the largest subgroup of the Kushitic speaking branch of India. In fact, the 'Nagas' retain the title 'Naga' in various forms throughout Afrika and South Asia even today. There are many examples of the term 'Naga' still being used to describe various groups in Afrika and Asia. For example, two Afrikan tribes of West AFRIKA are called "Nuga-rmar-ta" and "Nago-mina" who were establishers of great civilizations in Ghana and Mali that existed in the region before 1000 B.C.E. In the Mossi tribe King is currently called 'Naga', which is 'Naba,' which later developed into 'Nuba' or 'Nubia.' The word 'Nahas' (Nahsi) is another word for 'Nubian.' Names of tribes and nationalities such as 'Nuer,' 'Nuba,' 'Nubian', and the North Amerikan/Delaware Nanticoke nation, the 'Le-Nape'or "EL Nabe" are all related to the Naga tribes of India and South Asia." In "THE MAGIC AND FOLK BELIEFS OF THE SOUTHERN NEGRO" by Newbile Niles Puckett, he states, "Thousands of Negroes from these serpent worshipping tribes were at this time sold into slavery They bore with them their cult of the snake. At the same period these Ewe speaking slaves [sic] were taken to Louisiana (mixed in with the IX-Olmec descendants, the Washita." Long before the Caucasian barbarians infiltrated India, the Afrikan Nagas, ruled India as well as a substantial portion of Asia from Arabia to China and the South Pacific, as well as the Indian Ocean region. In India, Afrikans built the magnificent cities of Harrappa and Mohenjo-daro. It is one of the world's most glorious civilizations.
The Babylonian word 'Nabu' or the Biblical (Hebrew) word 'Nebo' is related to the word 'Nuba.' 'Nabu' or the Hebrew-Assyrian word 'Nebo' means 'Prophet or 'Eye ' as in the "All-Seeing Eye." 'Nabu' (Tehuti, Imhotep) was the son of Marduk (Asaru) was the scribe and herald of the gods. Moreover, 'Nabi' is the Arabic equivalent, which means "Master of Knowledge" and is derived from the ancient Kama'atu (Egyptian) word 'Neb.' meaning 'Gold.' 'Neb' (Serpent) spelt backwards is 'Ben,' (Phoenix-Bird or "Serpent in the Sky") short for "Ben," meaning 'Source' or 'Spring.'
"Naga-RAj," means "King of Serpents" or "Serpent King."
"Naga-bhushan," means "One who wears Snakes as ornaments of Shiva."
"Nag-endRA, means "King of Snakes."
"Nag-esh," means, "Snake in Man."
"Naga Kanya," means "Snake of the rainbow." The Naga Kanya a Seven-headed Naga, a counterpart of the God Vishnu. Naga-rjuna of India, for example, is shown with an aura, or halo, of Seven Serpents that is an indication of a very high degree of Initiation. The symbolisms of the Seven Serpents, usually cobras, are the (7) Seven Chakras, also on Masonic aprons of certain systems in the Buddhistic ruins of Cambodia (Angk-or = "Ankh Ur" means "Living Light") and Ceylon.

"Naga Lakshmi," means "Queen of Snakes."
"Naga-mani," means the "Mind (Gem) of Serpents."
'Nagal' means "Serpent-God" and is the title of the medicine men, magicians and initiates in ancient Mexico, Central and South American Indigenous civilizations. Nagal is another name of Quetzalcoatl; the Mexican "Winged -Plumed Serpent God (Kundalini Shakti energy). "
In Buddhism, Wisdom has always been tied, symbolically, to the figure of the Serpent. The Buddha resting on the coils of the Naga Serpent Mucalinda sheltered the Buddha from a weeklong rainstorm by enfolding him in his coils; this tale is from Angkor Wat. The great temple-builders of the famous Ankgor Wat were considered the semi-divine 'Khmers'

'Aguna' is the Solomon Islands Serpent Mother Goddess.
'Naggai' is Hebrew and it means "giving light: shining: brilliant: illuminating: enlightening: luminous intelligence."
'Nachash,' is Hebrew and means 'Serpent.' In Arabic, it is 'Naya' (Nayya) or 'Nachaas'; in fact, the Arabic word for "Serpent People" is 'Naas,'(gNos-is) and this is the real of the People or those made from mud "Black mud (Melanin)." 'Naasuwt' and even in English, it is s-Nake. Neke and Nakahi-Maori are also names for 'Serpents.' According to the "METU NETER" by Ra Un Nefer Amen pg 98, states"the hieroglyphic symbol for this part of the spirit is a serpent (Apep, Nak, from whence Nachash, - the "serpent" that spoke to the woman in the Garden of Eden). This part of the spirit is composed of subtle electro-magnetic energies that have the function of animating Man's life, especially the physical body. Hence, the name "animal spirit," or "anima and animus," as it was called in the Latin spiritual tradition. Our modern use of the term "animal" to denote the creatures that are thus identified is an example of muddling thinking. All things in this world are infused with this animating spirit, called the Kundalini Prana."
'Nazarene' (Nasarene, Naaserene or Naas) is a Hebrew (Her Web/Het Heru) word which means "Aider, Helper or Friend;" according to "WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY" means "a native or resident of Nazareth 2a: Christian" From the Hebrew (Het Heru, as in the Golden Calf/Heb Heru) word 'Nazar-ene,' 'Nasir' or 'Nasar'/ 'Ansar' or 'Naas;' the Greek word 'Gnosis' or 'gNosis,' which means 'knowledge,' 'recognition' or 'intuitive' and the word Greek word 'Essene,' which is derives the word Essence, meaning "the individual," 'real,' or ultimate Nature (Neter) of a thing 2: something that exists: ENTITY. The 'Essene' "a member of a monastic brotherhood of (real) Jews (Her-Web/ Heb-Rews/ Het Heru) in Palestine from the 2nd century B.C. to the 2nd century A.D." Both words are derived from the Heb-rew word Nazi-r.

'Nazareth' a town in Palestine, which did NOT exist until after the so-called death of Jesus Christ.
'Nazirite' or 'Nazarite' according to "WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY' means "a (real) Jew (Heb-rew or Het Heru, the "House of [Heru]-Light) of biblical times consecrated to God by a vow esp. to avoid drinking wine, cutting the hair, and being defiled by a corpse." The German word 'Nazi,' the German fascist party controlled under Hitler in 1933 to 1945, is also derived from the Heb-rew word 'Nazi-r' or 'Nazi-rite.' In addition, the "HOLY BIBLE" speaks of Mount 'Nisir.' The "HOLY BIBLE" states that Jesus was a 'Nazarene,' from Nazareth (Even Though, Nazareth was NOT a town until years later after the so-called crucifixion (crucifixion). Hence, the origin of the "HOLY BIBLE NEW TESTAMENT" Matthew 10:16 verse "Be ye therefore wise as Serpents, yet gentle as doves."
In China, the Naga is given the form of the dragon, also called the "dragon Spirit" and has a direct association with the Emperor-King, and is known as the "Son of Heaven." In Tibet, they are still known in a symbolic sense and are called "Lu (D-rag-On)!"

The word Naga is rooted in Sanskrit and means "Serpent". In the East Indian pantheon it is connected with the Serpent Spirit and the Dragon Spirit. It has a equivalency to the Burmese Nats, or god-serpents. In the Esoteric Tradition it is synonymous for Adepts, or Initiates. In India and Egypt, and even in Central and South America, the Naga stands for one who is wise.
"N-G-R"(pronounced "Net-ger") The word "Net-yer" or "Net-ger" from which the English terms "nature" and "nurture" came from. The idea of God being nature and nature being God, comes from the African and KaMaTa idea of what God is which shows down to the similarities in the terms used to describe aspects of the Godhead.


The letter "N" is one of the most important prefixes in the African, Afro-Asiatic, Indo-Negroid, Negro-Australoid, Melanesian, Australian Aborigine, Austric, Kong-San (Bushmanoid), Sudroid languages. In fact, the sacred "N" as in "Ni-han" (Rising Sun) OR "NG" as in "ChaNG," (ChaNGo in Manding-Congo), "Ndong" in Vietnamese (Ndongo (Angolan Kingdom) in African Manding-Congo languages) is also found in both Chinese and Japanese. In fact ancient Chinese, Vietnamese, South Indian, SriLankan, Melanesian, Australian Aboriginal and modern Japanese show strong similarities to Bantu (proto-historic Sahara, Niger-Congo), languages (see "African Presence Early Asia," by Ivan Van Sertima and Runoko Rashidi) See also the works of Clyde A. Winters also go to: TIMELINE) and

The letter "N" is also the word that denotes any title pertaining to human beings. In fact in Bantu or Niger-Congo and Cushic languages, the letter "N" is found as the first letter in many names. For example the name "Ndaba," = "council" while the name "Ndabaningi" is the first name of Africans in region thereof.


The recognition of the Pharaoh as a living God and the black skin as a blessing spread worldwide to other cultures. In fact the term "Net-ger" became the Ethiopian "Negus" or "Negashi."

In the Sudroid (Indo-Negroids of India) languages of India, which are part of the Cushite branch of the African languages, the term "Naga" denotes original or first.
In fact, in ancient India, the people with the blackest skins were respected and held to igh esteem, unlike today where the racist, colonialist and alien concept of "varna" or castecolor racism places Sudroids, Indo-Negroids, Black Tribals, Dalits, Negro-Australoids and other BLACKS AT THE VERY BOTTOM OF INDIAN SOCIETY.

The term "Ngola" (Angola) means "King" in the Angolan languages. This term was mistaken by the Portugese to mean the DESCRIBE "Ndongo," the kingdom.


NTR Neteru Natural Principles

N-G-R (net-geb) Ancient KMT (Egyptian) for God

Net-tyr (Net-ter) Khemitic/ancient Egyptian = God, Sacred, Nature

N=Neteru (God), 

Nut/Net (Star Goddess/Principal), 

Nu (Primordial Water Goddess Principle)

Negus (Nee-goos) Ethiopian term for "Emperor."

Negashi (Nee-gah-shee) Ethiopian term for "Emperor or King."

Netzer (as in Nazerine) Hebrew for "root, original)

Naga (South Indian and African term) (Black Negro tribes of India and Africa - Sudan to Nigeria) = original

Nagaloka - The Black Negro, Negro-Australoid, Indo-Negroid/Sudroid
lands and people in Asia (India to Indonesia)
(see more from the book, "Nagaloka,' by M. Gopinath (Dalit Sahitya Akademy, Bangalore, India) also see "A History of Racism and Terrorism, and Overcoming,"

Ndaba (Manding-Congo/South Africa) = A counsil of wise people, kings, chiefs, ect.

Ngola (Manding-Congo) = "King/Lord"

Nkosi = God (Zulu, South Africa)

Ngosi = blessing (Ibo, Nigeria)

Nyamekye = God's Gift (Akan, Ghana)

Nile (Egypt, Sacred River)

Nugarmatta: Term used by Africans of Ghana Empire to call themselves (see writings of Ibn Buttata -- National Geographic Magazine

Here are the Caucasian Invader attributes that ere brought to Africa during colonialism

Negro: Latin/Spanish for Black

Niger (West Africa; Sacred River)

Niger (a country in West Africa)

Nigeria (a country in West Africa)
"Nigger" racist, corrupted term from negro, used to insult, degrade, infuriate.

Nigga: (pronounced "nig-gah),  Rejected by many as sounding too close to the racist term "Nigger." used as a term of endearment by some youth.


Our Youth are arising from the ashes of the neo slavery of the prison Industrial Complex
Yes our youth are showing their @$$es to expose the underground economy...... I am a teacher with a home school, and I live with my students in their neighborhoods. I tutor, read to children, and teach STEAMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, Medicine) through urban agriculture on our urban farm. I see this every day. Our Youth are lowering their virtues like "flags" at half-mast as an SOS to the homicides and slaughter of their families and friends who are caught up in the criminal "In-Just U.S." system, the prison industrial complex and the military industrial complex. Sagging IS NOT A FASHION STATEMENT! Our youth have been the walking wounded suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress for the past 30 years! I'm not saying that I condone this behavior- But I also cannot condemn our young men (or Young Women) either. We must embrace our youth and use teachable moments to engage and connect with them.As there is a cure in nature, for every illness, Our Black Youth have gone feral, from the mundane delusions of the middle class value system and are generating their own freedom structures within the underground economy. Their Hip Hop Culture has become the cypher, the pathway map and talking drum for all youth around the planet. They are moving to a green movement to take on the accountability to the ecosystem of the planet and their role in the sustainability of their environment.
Niggas spelled backwards is "Saggin". Our Young Men and women are "showin their @$$" because they are Child Soldiers for the Underground Economy-/organized crime- The Up-side-down Pyramid- of big money prostitution, child abduction, strip club Pole dancing, selling body parts, drug dealings, guns, car thefts, shoplifting, burglary, killing and all other contraband and nefarious activities- happening even in our public school systems! In the United States, fashions have come and gone, but our young men have been saggin for over 20 years. Our Young women dress as prostitutes and seem to have no respect, principles or values. This is Normalizing abusive, nefarious illegal behavior, so that the victims accept their abuse as appropriate.
LibraryItem "/Library/CommonBehaviors/Normalizing
Normalizing - Normalizing is a tactic used to desensitize an individual to abusive, coercive or inappropriate behaviors. In essence, normalizing is the manipulation of another human being to get them to agree to, or accept something that is in conflict with the law, social norms or their own values, or basic code of behavior.
Description: Aggressors often work to make their victims feel less sensitive to, or more accepting of. offensive behavior by minimizing, down playing or mocking any negative reaction to inappropriate acts. In turn, victims often normalize bad behavior (the other person's and their own) by buying into the aggressor's logic and lowering their own standards. They learn to accept as normal what they once believed to be unacceptable, wrong, or dangerous. Normalizing is achieved when the victim no longer questions a behavior as inappropriate and starts to accept the perpetrator’s assertions that a questionable behavior is, in fact, normal and “healthy.”
Other Examples of Normalizing:
  • A cheating spouse who convinces their partner that affairs are harmless to their marriage.
  • Someone who enlists the help of a friend to destroy their own property in order to collect the insurance.
  • A pedophile grooming a child for sexual activity: "It's not wrong if we love each other."
  • Someone who sells pot out of your house: "This shouldn't even be illegal... who is it hurting?" 
Since the loss of our nationhood as Black Brothers and Sisters from the 60s, we have moved from “Black Power” in the 60s to “Fight the Power That Be” and “Let’s Get it On” in the 70s. Then Cocaine, to Crack and HIV in the 80s and 90s. "Blood" used to mean "family" in the 60s. We used the phrase... "Whatz up Blood?" to display unity in the struggle for black empowerment. Now "Blood" means you are in a gangster organization a symbol of death- “Def” to our youth. Our youth have been "riding dirty" in the “sagging” period far too long… NO ONE Has the Right to take away our own self determination and our names then turn us into artificial, superficial consumers.

Words do hurt- Words have life, Words are living entities of power… We must Deprogram our minds from Post Traumatic Maafa and put on the true crowns self knowledge, Mental and physical health, spirituality; The Crowns of power and humanity- not Isfit and death. Many of our people are caught up in the prison industrial and Military industrial complexes caught under the shrouds of the Boule who play to role of field hands to maintain the status quot- Fraternities, Sororities, Masons, and Adopted Religions.

 (This website is an attempt to speak on the word Negus- yet, no one else but Black People should take claim of OUR NAMES AND TITLES! - I disagree with their use of low melaninated people, who are included in this description...)


Wednesday, December 12, 2012

MA The Original Mother Of the Yoniverse

MA, NU, and NUT are the original heka(sounds of power) for the Universe and GOD on the planet. Ma is the Great Indigo Queen Mother Goddess who originated in East Africa at the source of the Nile river.

Her icons for the universe can be found across the planet.

 INDIGO (BLACK) WOMEN are the first population of the planet! 
Our Aku/Ancestors originated in Afrika, then grew in population and expanded over waves and aeons of time, to establish civilizations throughout the planet. 
"IN- the beginning God, created the Heavens and the Earth!" 
IN was another ancient name for Mother God, INKI was her "only begotten Sun/son."






The Black Mother IS GOD! 

OUR ANCESTORS WERE THE TWA KHOISAN- MA - IS also represented as the Twa mother  She travelled all over the planet to establish civilizations and raise the pyramids of the 14 pieces of Asr(Ausar). Every society was given an example of Nut/Ma/Ast(Auset) the Queen mother- and her only begotten sun Ra/Heru. The Patriarchs are the rebellious sons who lifted up the icon of Sun over Ma the Universe.  Nut/Ma/Ast who is the youniverse. They changed the icon of GOD from the Ma, the Matriarchal Ankh/Womb to the Patriarchal, lightened skin, and misogynist Icon of Jesus, a Caucasian on a Cross/Phallus. This icon appeals to the great white hopes of imperialist invader Yurugus...  and promote Maafa Syndrome (Capture Bonding) with Colonist/Imperialist.
Our first people were Indigo Women, who possessed the ability to procreate autonomously.
Over time the Female and Male sexes became distinguished. Men are the sons of Mother Gods... 
We must break the spell of lies that there are races, and that there are indigenous people that "Sprang-Up" in the Americas. Race is a political construct to conquer and control all people of color and subject them to the domination of Yurugu Caucasoid invader of our natural world... 

Ma is the original Icon found all over the planet. Her Icon has been found in the funerary item all over the planet.

Bes (also spelled as Bisu) was a Black Twa/ Nubian/Kemetic(Egyptian) deity/Icon, celebrated in history and found throughout the planet. This icon is an example of the presence of Black peoples, all over the diaspora of the planet.  Bes is known as a protector of the households. She/He was always present around mothers and children. Over time she was regarded as the protector and defender of all that is good and the enemy to all that is bad. It is theorized that the icon Bes came from the Great Lakes Region of Africa, coming from the Twa people in Congo or Rwanda. The ancient Twa/ Khoisan were small people about the same height as the depictions of Bes.
Taweret is also an ancient Icon that was found in archaeological digs at funerary tombs.
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The African presence can be found all over the planet

"While past studies identified Bes as a Middle Kingdom import from Nubia, some more recent research believes him to be an Egyptian native. Mentions of Bes can be traced to the southern lands of the Old Kingdom; however his cult did not become widespread until well into the New Kingdom.

Her name appears to be connected to a Nubian word for "
cat" (besa) which literally means "cat", and indeed, her first appearances have the suggestion of a cat god. She is also known as a humorous dwarf god that brings good luck and happiness to homes. Modern scholars such as James Romano demonstrated that in its earliest inceptions, Bes was a representation of a lion rearing up on its hind legs. After the Third Intermediate Period, Bes is often seen as just the head or the face, often worn as amulets." Dawn Prince-Hughes lists Bes as fitting with other archetypal long-haired Bigfoot-like figures from ancient Northern Africa, "a squat, bandy-legged figure depicted with fur about his body, a prominent brow, and short, pug nose."

Another theory born out by Bes's role in both the protection of children and women in labour is the theory that Bes is the figure of a miscarried fetus"

Images of this deity were often kept in homes and was depicted quite differently from the other gods. Normally Egyptian gods were shown in profile, but instead Bes appeared in portrait, ithyphallic, and sometimes in a soldier's tunic, so as to appear ready to launch an attack on any approaching evil.

Bes was a household protector, throughout ancient Egyptian history becoming responsible for such varied tasks as killing snakes, fighting off evil spirits, watching after children, and aiding (by fighting off evil spirits) women in labour (and thus present with Taweret at births).

Since she drove off evil, Bes also came to symbolize the good things in life - music, dance, and sexual pleasure. Later, in the Ptolemaic period of Egyptian history, chambers were constructed, painted with images of Bes and his wife Beset, thought by Egyptologists to have been for the purpose of curing fertility problems or general healing rituals.

Many instances of Bes masks and costumes from the New Kingdom and later have been uncovered. These show considerable wear, thought to be too great for occasional use at festivals, and are therefore thought to have been used by professional performers, or given out for rent.

Like many Egyptian gods, the worship of Bes was exported overseas, and she, in particular, proved popular with the Phoenicians and the ancient Cypriots.

The cult of Saint Bessus in northern Italy may represent the Christianization of the cult associated with Bes; St. Bessus was also invoked for fertility, and Bessus and Bes are both associated with an ostrich feather in their iconography."

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So the Elves, the Gnomes, and leprechauns, are present day representations of this Twa Icon/deity symbol. The essence and qualities that we find in the Domestic cat and Lion are representatives of the protecting energies found in Bes.
I noticed the similarities of names of Bes and Basil. Our Ancestors have often hidden our knowledge in children's stories and characters to engage our memories to hold onto and "Re-Member" wisdom. The similarities in the spiritual properties found in the old knowledge of herbs and their medicinal and healing applications were often the only remedies for people with no access to doctors or hospitals. These characters represent our mother wisdom that was passed down from generation to generation. 

 Bes (pron.: /bɛs/; also spelled as Bisu) is an Kemetic (Ancient "Egyptian") Icon, symbolized as a protector of households, and in particular, of mothers and children and childbirth. Bes later came to be regarded as the defender of everything good and the enemy of all that is bad. While past studies identified Bes as a Middle Kingdom import from Nubia, more recent research indicates that he was present in Egypt since the start of Old Kingdom. Mentions of Bes can be traced to pre-dynastic Nile Valley cultures; however his form appears to be found all over the world.
Bes is the spiritual protector, promoter and healer of the home and family. 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 Majic. 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.
Here is an excerpt of a great find of manuscript below:
On the extreme right of the façade: A Pygmy in the court of Egypt.

Pepy II's letter to Herkuf

A fourth, unnarrated, campaign to the land of Yam must have taken place, during which Harkhuf sent a letter to the young king Pepi II to inform him, particularly, that he was bringing back a pygmy, which resulted in the rest of the inscription. In fact, Pepi II wrote a letter in reply to that of Harkhuf, who was so proud of it that he had the text inscribed on the façade of his tomb in Aswan. Since little space remained, he had to prepare a space for it at the extreme right of the façade. Thus, the only complete royal letter dating from the old Kingdom has reached us.:

“ Seal of the king Himself. Second year of His reign, third month of the season akhet, fifteenth day. Royal decree (to) the Sole Companion, Lector-Priest, chief of interpreters, Harkhuf.

I have acquainted myself with the words of your letter, which you addressed to the king in the palace to inform him that you travelled in peace to the land of Yam, with the army, which accompanied you. You said in your letter that you were bringing back all sorts of presents, important and beautiful, which Hathor, lady of Imaou, gave for the ka of the king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Neferkare- may he live eternally and forever! You also say in your letter that you will bring back a pygmy (for) the dances of the God and coming from the land of the inhabitants of the horizon and similar to the pygmy which the treasurer of the God, Bawerded brought back from Punt in the time of the king Isesi. cartouche of king Djed-Ka-Re (Isesi)

You also say to My Majesty: never before has such a (pygmy) been brought back by any of those who have visited the land of Yam. It is said that, each year, you accomplish that which your royal Lord wishes and praises. You pass your days and your nights thinking of doing that which your Lord wishes, praises and commands. So My Majesty will act such that the numerous and excellent honours which are yours shall also please the sons of your son for eternity and that men will say, when they hear what my Majesty has done for you“ is there any parallel to that which was done for the Sole Companion Harkhuf when he came back from the land of Yam, because of the diligence with which he carried out that which his Lord wished, praised and commanded.?”

Come back, then, to the north, to the Residence. Leave (everything) and bring with you the pygmy which you have brought from the land of the inhabitants of the horizon, alive, in good health and strong so that he may dance for the God and make cheerful and rejoicing the heart of the king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Neferkare- may he live eternally!

If you come with him in the ship, set well-advised men about him on both sides of the boat and take care that he does not fall in the water. If he lies down to sleep during the night, have wise men to sleep beside him in his tent; go and check, ten times in the night. Because My Majesty wishes to see this pygmy more than all the tributes of Sinai or Punt.

If you reach the Residence and the pygmy is with you, alive, in good health and strong, My Majesty will do great things for you, more important than those which were done for the treasurer of the God, Bawerded, in the time of the king Isesi, according to the desire which My Majesty has to see this famous pygmy. Orders have been sent to the chief of the new town, Sole Companion and steward of the priests to command that victuals be taken by his care in every warehouse town and in every temple, without exception.

The many stories and fables of Gnomes, Fairies, Trolls, Leprechauns, and little people, are often the depictions of the presences of Ancient Twa Peoples who remained in Europe.

The First Elves

Zwarte Piet/ Pieten(Black Pete) is a character who has deep roots in traditional Dutch and Netherlands folklore. He appears in The Netherlands as a Spanish Moor (common to southern Holland in the 1500s), in caricature, as a Black man, with gold earrings and colorful period costumes of a Spanish Moor.
The story goes that Zwarte Piet chose to work with Saint Nicholas as his Navigator, Weather Forecaster, Time/Space Continuum Engineer and magical accompaniment. Since the 18th century in Holland, he has been depicted as a companion to Saint Nicholas in all of his holiday travels. Zwarte Pieten is today commonly depicted as a black person in the colorful pantaloons, feathered cap and ruffles of a Renaissance Moor, This character and tradition was later recorded in a children's book published in 1850. Zwarte Pieten is often portrayed as a mischievous but rarely mean-spirited character, the character is believed to have been derived from Bes the spirit pagan after his traditions. Nowadays, Zwarte Pieten has become a much more respected assistant of Saint Nicholas, still often humorous, self determined, magical and playful. 
Currently, the media is presenting articles about the many Black people who are protesting the public displays of Zwarte Piet by Dutch people wearing "blackface" and moorish styled costumes. So now the Dutch, meet Globalization –We now exist in a global world and that means we have to expand our knowledge about other cultures and peoples that make up diverse societies. The festival of Black Pete does, appear to be the glaring elephant in the room in the face of the invasion of South Africa by the Dutch!.. I now reflect back as a child living in Germany, people were so fascinated by us when they saw us at public Shopping districts. They would sometimes approach me and touch my skin… Seeing us must have brought back childhood memories of Black Pete. Understanding that the depiction of Moors and Moorish people in Europe has been slanted as one of servitude, now there are more Black citizens in Europe that live as equals and in authority, all over Europe.
The History of the Moors in Spain goes back to a successful harmony of rulership for almost 1000 years.
Black Europeans were actually still in existence, living as Original peoples, up to their discovery by Nazis, who gave them the choice of sterilization or incarceration in a death camp.
Actually Black Pete was free to voluntarily work with SinterKlass. He had the upper hand over his counterpart, and was the essential agent in the success of this operation for children. Yet the perpetuation of the depiction of servitude, (which reinforces the idea that Black people should be always in that role,) together with the horrible history and tradition of black face in the US, means that it is time to revisit some of the old traditions and change them. It does matter that the tradition of black face was most prominent and therefore most hurtful in the United States. But as with all things, we must find the balance between honoring what is important and adapting to the needs to respect the human dignity of all. If we wish to remember or honor the tradition of "Black Pete", then let him be portrayed by willing black actors/celebrants and as the willing friend of Sinterklaas that he is, and not a comic figure, slave or buffoon. I know that he has been portrayed by Dutch for countless generations in black face, as a celebration for children, of a long forgotten historical person, most likely a Moor. However, the time for black face anywhere has come to an end.

Zwarte Piet (pronounced ['zʋɑrtə pit], "Black Pete") is the companion of Saint Nicholas (DutchSinterklaas from which the American figure of Santa Claus is derived) in the folklore of the Low Countries. In its modern form, the character is commonly depicted as a blackamoor, with blackface make-up, and dressed in stylized colourful Renaissance attire, akin to Maures in European heraldry, and similar to Moorish characters in the "Moors and Christians" Iberian folk festivals commemorating the Reconquista.

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KWANZAA The Afrikan American Celebration to Practice Everyday

Kwanzaa: The Afrikan American Celebration to Practice Everyday

Kwanzaa (/ˈkwɑːn.zə/) is an African American Holiday!

This week-long celebration is held in the United States and in other nations of the African diaspora in the Americas. It was created in 1965 by Maulana Karenga and was first celebrated in 1966. The celebration honors African heritage in African-American culture and is observed from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a feast and gift- giving.

Kwanzaa is one of the 1st specifically African-American holidays. According to Karenga, the name Kwanzaa derives from the Swahili phrase "matunda ya kwanza", meaning "first fruits of the harvest." The choice of Swahili, an East African language, reflects its status as a symbol of Pan-Africanism, especially in the 1960s.

Another African American Celebration feast, that is held traditionally on the 4th Sunday of the month of November, is Umoja Karamu (Unity Feast); Created by Dr. Edward Sims in 1971. - This feast recognizes 5 key periods of Black History in the Americas.

Kwanzaa is a celebration that has its roots in the Black Panther poor people's empowerment movement of the 1960s and was established as a means to help African Americans reconnect with their African cultural and historical heritage by uniting in meditation, study of African traditions, and Nguzo Saba, the "seven principles of African Heritage" which Karenga said "is a communitarian African philosophy". For Karenga, a leader in the Black Panther Power movement in California, of the 1960s and 1970s, the creation of such holidays also emphasized an essential premise that "you must have a cultural revolution before any other revolution. The cultural revolution gives identity, purpose, and direction."

Kwanzaa has 7 core principles called Nguzo Saba. (The Nguzo Saba means: Principles Seven-) to guide and direct the path of liberation:

Umoja means unity.
Kujichagulia means self-determination.
Ujima means collective working together.
Ujamaa means cooperative Economics
Nia means purpose.
Kuumba means a handmade basket to represent creativity.
Imani means faith, especially faith in ourselves.

Each day of the celebration is noted to celebrate a specific principal. The Swahili greeting of Habari Gani? is a question: What's the News? And the proper response is the principal of that day.

Day 1 Umoja (oo-MO-jah) Unity stresses the importance of togetherness for the family and the community, which is reflected in the African saying, "I am We," or "I am because We are."

Day 2 Kujichagulia (koo-gee-cha-goo-LEE-yah) Self-Determination requires that we define our common interests and make decisions that are in the best interest of our family and community.

Day 3 Ujima (oo-GEE-mah) Collective Work and Responsibility reminds us of our obligation to the past, present and future, and that we have a role to play in the community, society, and world.

Day 4 Ujamaa (oo-JAH-mah) Cooperative economics emphasizes our collective economic strength and encourages us to meet common needs through mutual support.

Day 5 Nia (NEE-yah) Purpose encourages us to look within ourselves and to set personal goals that are beneficial to the community.

Day 6 Kuumba (koo-OOM-bah) Creativity makes use of our creative energies to build and maintain a strong and vibrant community.

Day 7 Imani (ee-MAH-nee) Faith focuses on honoring the best of our traditions, draws upon the best in ourselves, and helps us strive for a higher level of life for humankind, by affirming our self-worth and confidence in our ability to succeed and triumph in righteous struggle.

There are 7 symbols that are represented for the harvest display:
Mkeka—woven mat: Symbolic of our tradition and history and therefore, the foundation on which we build
Kinara—candle holder: Symbolic of our roots, our parent people—continental Africans
Mishumaa Saba—the seven candles: Symbolic of the Nguzo Saba (7 principles), the matrix and minimum set of values which African people are urged to live by in order to rescue and reconstruct their lives in their own image and according to their own needs
Mazao—crops: Symbolic of African harvest celebrations and of the rewards of productive and collective labor
Muhindi—corn: Symbolic of our children and our future which they embody
Kikombe cha Umoja—unity cup: Symbolic of the foundational principle and practice of unity which makes all else possible
Zawadi—gifts: Symbolic of the labor and love of parents and the commitments made and kept by the children.

Secondary Symbols and Swahili terms during Kwanzaa
I. NGUZO SABA (En-GOO-zoh Sah-BAH) Poster is on display and Symbolizes the seven principles of Kwanzaa, which were developed by Maulana Ron Karenga. The Nguzo Saba are social principles dealing with ways for us to relate to each other and rebuild our lives in our own images.

II. BENDERA YA TAIFA The Red Black and Green flag of African Unity symbolizes the struggle of Liberation. The Red represents the blood of our ancestors; Black is for the collective color of all Black people, and Green reminds us of the land, life and new ideas we must continue to strive to obtain.

III. TAMBIKO Is the libation by which honor is given in a special way to our Creator Spirit, Neter/Neteru; Aku /Ancestors; Peret: Seeds, and Anu: Siblings- All life in the present and All newly born that we are called to carry out the struggle and the work that has begun. It clearly symbolizes the recognition of and respect for the contributions of those before us, our history and the models it offers us to emulate.
IV. HARAMBEE Symbolizes a call to unity and collective work and struggle. The word means Let's pull together!
V. HABARI GANI What's the news; what's happening Swahili term used when greeting others.
VI. KWAHERI Swahili term used as an expression of parting with good wishes and an expectancy to meet again.

At Amen Par Ankh we would like to encourage you to Practice Kwanzaa EVERYDAY!*NIA- KNOW YOUR PURPOSE! Contact Amen Par Ankh to learn more about your Destiny (Purpose), Health, Career and Relationship Readings from our Ancient Ancestors
*UMOJA- Called to Unity! Culture is Revolutionary and Unifying to a people. Speak words to life and power. Learn and speak an Afrikan Language like Swahili or your choice of Afrikan language(s) in your home and family! We speak the KMT language of our ancestors (often referred to as Egyptians) Prepare traditional foods that are healthy and memorable. We grow and prepare life-giving vegetables, fruits, and herbs.

*KUJICHAGULIA- At Adenike's Arts, we make handcrafted and Graphic media designs. We teach our Youth with Amen Ankh- AfRaKa KRST (African) Centered Educational materials.

*IMANI- Faith- We Pour libations to your Aku/Ancestors. We celebrate with home blessings and ceremonies for the circle of life. Create memorable spaces to display your Family members and their favorite things to pay tribute to their memory.

*UJIMA and KUUMBA- Grow your own foods and Make your own Products and Buy and Sell as Black-owned businesses.

* UJAMAA- Remember that Eco-Nomics is a family-based system. Share home cooked meals and sit down together with your family. Have books and Read about your history to one another, Gather your human capital and share your resources.

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