Spirituality, African Diaspora

Life, Death; There Is A Lot More To It Than Europeans Have Taught African Americans

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  • God is One and alone, and none other existeth with Him. 
  • God is the One, the One Who hath made all things.
  • God is a spirit, a hidden spirit, the spirit of the spirits, the divine spirit.  
  • God is from the beginning, and He hath been from the beginning; He hath existed from of old and was when nothing else existed.
  • God is truth, and He liveth by truth, and He feedeth thereon. He is the King of truth, He resteth upon truth, He fashioneth truth, and He excuteth truth throughout all the world.”
  • “God is father and mother, the father of fathers, and mother of mothers. He begetteth, but was never begotten; He produceth, but was never produced, He begat Himself and produced Himself. He createth, but was never created.
  • God is life, and through Him only man liveth. He giveth life to man, and He breatheth the breath of life into his nostrils.”
  • God is father and mother, the father of fathers, and mother of mothers. He begat Himself and produced Himself. He createth, but was never created.
  • He is the primeval Potter who turned men and gods into beings out of his hands.
  • God is merciful unto those who reverence Him, and He hearth him that calleth upon Him.
  • God knoweth him that acknowledgeth Him, He rewardeth him that serveth Him, and He protecteth him the followeth Him
  • I am Shu [the god] of unformed matter. My soul is God, my soul is eternity.
  • Soul to heaven, body to earth. (Vth dynasty) 
  • Thy essence is in heaven, thy body to earth. (VI dynasty) 
  • Heaven hath thy soul, earth hath thy body. (Ptolemaic period)
  • Ecclesiastes 12:7 says, “Then the dust will return to the earth as it was, and the spirit will return to God who gave it.”
  • Job 34:14-15 says, “If He should set His heart on it, if He should gather to Himself His Spirit and HIs breath, all flesh would perish together, and man would return to the dust.”
  • “I germinate like plants,” “My flesh germinateth,” “I exist, I exist, I live, I live, I sgerminate, I “germinate,” Thy soul liveth, thy body germinateth by the command of Ra “himself without diminution, and without defect, like unto Ra for ever and ever.”
  • “Rise up thou Teta this. Stand up thou mighty one being strong. Sit thou with the gods, do thou that which did Osiris in the great house in Annu, Thou hast received thy sahu, not shall be fettered thy foot in heaven, not shalt thou be turned back upon earth.”
  • “Hail to thee, Teta, on this thy day [when] thou art standing before Ra [as] the cometh from the east, [when] thou art endued with this thy sahu among the souls [His] duration of life is eternity, his limit of life is everlastingness in his sahu. I am a sahu with his soul.”
  • “Washed is thy ka, sitteth thy ka [and]it eateth bread with thee unceasingly for ever.”
  • Thou are pure, thy ka is pure, thy soul is pure, the form is pure.” 
  • Behold Unas cometh forth on this day this in the form exact of a soul living. 
  • Their soul is in Unas. 
  • Standeth they soul among the gods.
  • Hail, Pepi this! cometh to thee the eye of Horus, it speaketh with thee. Cometh to thee thy soul which is among the gods.
  • Pure is thy soul among the gods
  • As liveth Osiris and as liveth the soul in Netat, so liveth Pepi this.
  • It placate thy soul Pepi this among the greater and lesser cycles of the gods in the form of the urael [which] are on thy brow.
  • Behold Pepi this, thy soul is the soul of Annu; behold thy soul is the soul of Nekhen; behold thy soul is the soul of Pe; behold thy soul is a star living, behold, among its brethern.
  • “Let not be shut in my soul, let not be fettered my shadow, let be opened the way for my soul and for my shadow, may it see the great god: May I look upon my soul and my shadow.
  • He hath plucked his eye from himself, he hath given it unto thee to strengthen thee therewith, that thou mayest prevail with it among the khu’s.
  • Cometh to thee thy sekhem among the khu’s. 
  • Pure is the sekhem among the khu’s.
  • Thou art pure, pure is thy ka, pure is thy soul, pure is thy sekhem.
  • Great sekhem, sekhem among the sekhemu.
  • Galatians 1:8, “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.”

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