This Is Gonna Be A Lot More Work

As I understand the Kemetic writings, one has to earn their position as a Netjer if they want to be one as an individual as opposed to rejoining one upon shedding the physical body. This is not something one should really desire unless they have a mission that is bigger than them that returning to a physical body would interrupt somehow. One should generally want to leave this realm better than they found it or at least no worse, do some time on the other side, and then return to do some more good.

To be a specific Netjer, retaining one’s identity somewhat, if that is one’s goal, one must hone their soul to a level that they become/develop an Akh. This is an aspect of the soul that one is not born with, but that one earns and cultivates. The undeveloped God is as good as mortal. If one cannot achieve some level of greatness and psychic fortitude in this realm wherein it is just so damn easy because there is enough wrong to fix to last billions of lifetimes, one will be useless in other realms trying to stand shoulder to shoulder with literal stars.

I fear that in an attempt to try to make people feel better about themselves, some borrow the enemy’s “race” theory and jargon simply because it is a common belief rather than scientifically accurate. They also borrow the enemy’s salvationist approach based on belief rather than behavior and usefulness to make conversion easier to compete with Christianity. They also mistake things sold to people in the funeral industry for spiritual truth without actually looking into what is being said in the papyri or tombs.

The Worm of Worms eats all who are not fondly remembered. If but one has a legitimate gripe because one did not keep the Laws of Maat, then this hole in one’s soul will obliterate them. The mummy of a loved one is a proxy for the Almighty. The mummy of a villain is just human jerky.

This doesn’t mean you give up after one slip or mistake. This means that you do all you can to make amends so that you can be truthful and still light as a feather, or at least step into the crocodile’s maw without shame.

Thinking on all this, I wonder why people need so badly to have a certain kind of afterlife. I’ve been thinking about this since, as a child, I was introduced to the concept of hell/eternal damnation. I was fully ready to face this if somehow some newcomer deity managed to hijack the souls of all people, and change the rules so that only those who believe a particular prophet is God will have any other destiny but hell. I understood that it would not be forever-forever because as the legends all say, someone will come around to restore balance eventually.

In some ways I get the neo salvationists. We are Gods. We are God. We all have the spark of the Divine, along with all things, at least all things made of atoms. Thing is, this is not something exclusive to humans or something exclusive to Africans. If a stone has the spark of the Divine, it’s not as if somehow Europeans or Arabs, descended from Africans anyway, are an exception in this. The minute people start spouting anti scientific and metaphysically nonsensical b.s. they lose me. So most of those calling themselves Kemetic/Kushite/Moor I just consider full of it and embarrassingly so.

What’s even more horrifying is that if they are right, most African Americans are not African enough to qualify, biologically, for the special spiritual features that would come with the special physical features. I’m referring to those involving melanin and melatonin. We were bred out of the club. So those trying to recruit us on the basis of African biological uniqueness are preaching to the damned. We are defective and unsalvageable.

So they want us to volunteer to be their version of “lesser brothers”; a system in which we are the default inferior.


Now, mind you I’ve already done my unpacking and have owned that as an orange person, I do not have the place to impose my perspective on darker skinned people. People who look like me have been either confused or treacherous, overly entitled brats. We also tend to take our political situation in the U.S. and attempt to use this to claim some kind of default brotherhood with Africans recovering from colonialism. This is a mistake. Yes, Panafricanism is a good philosophy, but it’s not like an entitlement. It’s a philosophy that one needs to take some time to learn and learn to apply sanely.

Now, I’m not going to go as far as to say the people pushing the African supremacy thing are all blavatskian infiltrators. I think some of them are basically wannabe cult leaders looking for a way to make Kemetic science fit their megalomaniacal dreams, or they are the victims of someone like this. As I see it, they are Worm food since sooner or later it’s going to come out that they mistreated someone and already it is apparent that Maat is not as important to them as Baalzvuv.

Like the Christians who can’t see Yeshua in his/their Jewish context, these people can’t see Ramses in his Kemetic context. They attempt to make a social reality or a desired reality the reality when the historical reality is right there. Repeating lies about it may influence many people, and perhaps in time the records can be conveniently misplaced, but the metaphysical soundness and alignment or misalignment is what it is.

Be careful.

Be careful of those who sell you a key to your own home.

Be careful of those who tell you that you are God but your great great great grandchildren are devils.


My pronouns are whatever you're comfortable with as long as you speak to me with respect. I'm an Afruikan and Iswa refugee living in Canaan. That's African American expat in Israel in Normalian. I build websites, make art, and assist people in exercising their spirituality. I'm also the king of an ile, Baalat Teva, a group of African spirituality adherents here. Feel free to contact me if you are in need of my services or just want to chat.

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