PREDYNASTIC RASTAFARIAN HIGH PRIEST WITH DREADLOCKED HAIR ASSISTS THE PHARAOH AT THE GIZA [from GEORGE SINGLETON, ENLIGHTENMENT PUBLICATIONS, 2003 EDITION]
From Kushite to Kemetan
FROM KUSITE TO KEMETIC MELANIN TRAILS,
RELIGION vs SPIRITUALITY
Metaphysics and Inner Ventures of
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Ital Iman I, founder of the Rastafari Mystery School in Florida, to
which I am a member, teaches us much esoteric knowledge and
concepts regarding the name Rastafari. He teaches us,
RaStafari is 4 syllables:
Ra - The Sun God
Sta- Star Sirius-Staff of Power Genesis 49:10 the sceptre shall not
depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet,
until Shiloh come: and unto him shall the gathering of the
Far- The abode of God, Home of Anu, Nibiru in the far away:
A distance in time and space.
I - A concept which is in all.
These 4 syllables are inline with the 4 elements, earth, air, fire and
water which also symbolized YHVH.
George “Aakshun” Singleton in his literature, The Esoteric
Atannuology, Egyptology and Rastafariology, Volume 1 states
“Rasta rearranged spells Ast-Ra, where Ra generically means
the 7 inner sun Gods (chakras) and Ast is the heavens which
are these Gods abode”.
This lead to my analogy of
Ras- Is head, but in Kemetic is spelt RES and means to wake up,
rise up or keep awake
Ta- which relates to the Ptahites, or Twa people, Since H.I.M was
small in stature.
Far- as in distant
I - relating to the 1st eye.
Rastafari Ital Iman I
a votive (gift) offered up by King Narmer to the sun god Amun-Ra. What makes this artefact so significant historically is that it not only bears some of the earliest-known examples of Egyptian hieroglyphics but also commemorates a major event in ancient Egyptian history - the unification of Lower Egypt and Upper Egypt into a single land, with King Narmer as the first ruler of both lands.
Note The dreadlock priest leading the king in procession
In front of the pharaoh walks a dreadlocked sage or learned shaman called a Thet and so labeled on the palette. He wears a leopard skin that identifies him with Baba, the wizard yogi shaman. “Thet” also means a book, so he carries papyrus to symbolize the makings of paper and pen. Papyrus is also a symbol of the delta. the four small men are standard bearers or guards the military force
The Dreadlocked Rasta
Amenemhet III circa 1839 BC. was trained by the Ancient Egyptian Mystery School of On
(Annu) and attaining simultaneous Rastafarian and High Priest status. This is as indicated by
his dreadlocked hair, leopard head and skin smock, "Aten Path" Medallions and Het-Heru
necklace (commemorating Third Spiritual Plane communion). This Annu Pharaoh is cited by
Herodotus as having built the Labyrinth and the largest artificial Lake Moeris with an island
and pyramid. Esoterically the Lake was the center of an irrigated sustainable horticultural
area fed by a manmade parallel canal.
RASTAFARIAN DREADLOCKED HIGH PRIEST OF THE EGYPTIAN MYSTERY SCHOOL (EMS) OF ANNU(ON); LEADING
THE PHARAOH OF LOWER EGYPT AND AN EMS ANNU PRIEST confirmation that a Master Priest a
dreadlocked Rastafarian headed the Ancient Egyptian Mystery School of On (Annu).
THE BEE and the serpent
The Bee Holy Quran Sura 16
The Bee Guided by instinct,which is called a revelation in its case (v68), gathers together sweet honey from flowers of all kinds, taking what is best in them, thus producing " a beverage of many hues,in which there is healing for men". so divine revelation to the Holy Prophet collected what was best in the teaching of all the prophets and presented it in the Holy Quran,which is also declared to be a healing (10:57) for the spiritual diseases of men
note: the Red crown of lower Egypt is symbol of the bee,notice the extended bee stinger...
note: the Red crown of lower Egypt is symbol of the bee,notice the extended bee stinger...
The Double Crown of Upper and Lower Egypt is also known as the Pschent crown. It was also known as 'sekhemti' which meant the 'Two Powerful Ones'. It was a combination of the Red Crown of Lower Egypt and the White Crown of Upper Egypt.
Sometimes you may find two animal symbols attached to the front of this crown. These are a cobra representing the goddess Wadjet of Lower Egypt and a vulture representing the goddess Nekhbet of Upper Egypt. Together they were known as 'The Two Ladies'.
10/12/2016 which is yom kippur it came to me from the hall of records and it has been varified through my research that the red crown and the white crown is a symbol of healing the union of the inner spiritual force the union of the low with the high,as in meditation one sits still with straight spine,concentrating on the brow charka or third eye pineal gland,the subtile or pent up or serpent energies travel up the spine through the six lower charkas reaching the focal point,this serpent path is also reperesented by the river nile,which along its upward path are placed temples representing these charkas,so we see the king Narmer uniting lower egypt with upper egypt to me a allogory of inner spiritual work and healing,the red crown symbol of the honey bee representing the life force medicine of healing ojas or sperm and the white crown upper egypt the pineal gland and serpent afront the kings crowns is also symbol of tisthis is depicted in the union of the two crowns...
"The ancient Egyptians believed that the River Nile represented the backbone of the human body. The temples were placed to correspond with the major chakras existing along this "backbone." To best explain this, we begin to the South.
Aswan, a major city along the Nile, is considered the Root Chakra. The main god of Aswan is Khnum, the ram-headed god — the god of creation who sits on the potter's wheel and forms and makes individuals out of clay.
When visiting Aswan, many people experience what we might call "a new birth."
The nile is the honey of the Bee,it is the life force...
The ancient Egyptians believed that the River Nile represented the backbone of the human body. The temples were placed to correspond with the major chakras existing along this "backbone." To best explain this, we begin to the South.
1.)Aswan, a major city along the Nile, is considered the Root Chakra. The main god of Aswan is Khnum, the ram-headed god — the god of creation who sits on the potter's wheel and forms and makes individuals out of clay (see bas relief at left — click on this image or any of the smaller images in this article to see a larger version). When visiting Aswan, many people experience what we might call "a new birth."
2.)the temple of Ko Mombo — at the Navel Chakra.
3.)After the naval we move on to Luxor — or Thebes, as it was called. This is the Solar Plexus Chakra.
“Luxor temple represents and speaks of times that are similar to those in which we live today. We can see in the tombs that people were partying and drinking. Even homosexuality is represented. We see the temple's residents living in big palaces, and being more into the carnal life than the spiritual world. We see they had the luxuries of life. They were wealthy and they had everything — but were far away from God.”
4.) Next is the temple of Amon Tell El Amarna, and is the Heart Chakra.
“Because of his anger at the debauchery of the current religion, this king also changed his name from Amonhotep IV (Imn Hotep IV) to Akhnaton, which means "the beneficiary of Aton." He also removed all mention of the god Amon from the temples and statuary. In antiquity the sun had three names. Early in the morning it was called Kheper, which is represented by the scarab. In the middle of the day, when it was in its strongest form, the sun was called Ra. At sunset — when the sun was setting and gentle — it was called Aton. So Aton was one of the forms of the sun god. Akhnaton believed in the concept of one God and the Law of One, so he took the name from the god's form at sunset — the sun in its gentle form.Some people say that when Ahknaton swore on the steles that he would never leave this place, he was the first one to start the concept of the monastic life.”
5.)From Tell El Armarna, we go to Sakkara, which is at the Throat Chakra. Here, in the complex of King Zoser, you can stand on one side of the complex and whisper, and a person over 40 feet away will be able hear you as though you were standing quite near.
6.)Around the year 2900 BC, Imhotep was the high priest, an architect and a physician whom the people worshipped as the god himself. Even when the Greeks and Romans came to Egypt, more than 2000 years later, they still referred to Imhotep as the god of medicine. Imhotep built the Steppe Pyramid for his master, King Zoser.
According to archeologists, the Steppe Pyramid was the first pyramid built in Egypt, and the first project made completely out of limestone.Pyramids at Giza If we move a little north, we arrive at Giza, or the Brow Chakra.The Giza pyramids are considered to be the center of the world, and the ancient Egyptians talked about a hidden record in the area of the Sphinx.
7.) The crown charka is said to be the hall of records but could very well not be a physical place as some believe under the lions paw. It is my belief that the crown charka is within the kings chamber