Who was Heru (Egyptian God)

  Heru, also known as Horus or Har, was one of the most important and widely worshipped gods in ancient Egyptian religion. He was the god of the sky, kingship, and war, and was often depicted as a falcon or a falcon-headed man. According to ancient Egyptian mythology, Heru was the son of Osiris and Isis, the divine king and queen of Egypt. After his father was murdered by his jealous brother, Seth, Heru sought revenge and engaged in a fierce battle with Seth. In the end, Heru emerged victorious and became the ruler of the world, taking his place as the god of the sky and protector of the pharaohs. Heru was associated with the sun and was often depicted as a falcon perched on the sun disk. He was also associated with the sky, and was said to protect the pharaohs and the people of Egypt from the dangers of the world below. In many of his depictions, Heru is shown holding the ankh, the symbol of life, and the scepter, a symbol of power and authority. He was also often depicted wearing the

What is Kemetology

Kemetology, also known as Kemeticism or the Kemetic tradition, is the study and practice of ancient Egyptian religion and spirituality. This polytheistic religion, which flourished in Egypt for over 3,000 years, was based on the worship of a diverse group of deities who were believed to control the forces of nature and govern all aspects of human life. The word "Kemet" comes from the ancient Egyptian word for "black land," a reference to the fertile soil along the Nile River valley where the civilization flourished. This land was seen as a gift from the gods, and the people of Egypt developed a complex system of beliefs and rituals to honor and appease their deities. Central to Kemetic spirituality was the concept of Ma'at, the principle of truth, balance, and justice. The pharaoh, the ruler of Egypt, was seen as the earthly embodiment of Ma'at and was responsible for maintaining harmony and order within the kingdom. Kemetic religion also placed a strong emp

Kemetic References in Literature

 In Homer's The Odyssey he mentions feasting with the faultless Ethiops.  Let's break down this line. The Greeks would often consult with Ethiopians before battles or difficult decisions because their knowledge was seen as unmatched.  “For who ever believed in the Aethiopians before actually seeing them? or what is not deemed miraculous when first it comes into knowledge? how many things are judged impossible before they actually occur? Indeed the power and majesty of the nature of the universe at every turn lacks credence if one’s mind embraces parts of it only and not the whole.” The Ancient Ethiopians were described as 'blameless' and 'favored by the gods'.

Summerian Origin

Recent advances in DNA research have established that there was an Eve who lived about 250 to 270 thousand years ago, a first mother from who all modern humans stem, no matter what their racial heritage. [In 1987, scientists from the Universities of California and Michigan announced that all human beings descended from a single mitochondrial Eve: who lived in Africa.] Then came news a few years later that there also was an actual Adam. Finally, genetic advances made test-tube babies possible by mixing the male sperm with the female egg and reimplanting it. Read More...

African/Kemetic Godesses

All cultures, both ancient and new, have a creation story. For many, the woman or female energy is seen as the center figure. Ancient Egypt has a creation story similar to many in that the world was created out of darkness. Atum aka Ptah was lonely in this dark silence and mated with his shadow to produce two children, Shu and Atum.  Below you will find over 30 African & Kemetic Godesses that you should know. Ala  - Earth Mother Goddess of the Ibo tribe in Nigeria. Creator of the living and Queen of the dead. Provider of communal loyalty and Lawgiver of society. Anansi  - Spider Goddess of Ghana Asase Yaa  - Old Woman Earth of the Ashanti people of western Africa. She gave birth to humanity and reclaims Her children at death. At planting, the Ashanti farmer prays to his ancestors and to Asase Yaa, Who lent the rights of cultivation to the living. Thursday is Her sacred day. Astraea  - Starry One. Libyan Goddess of Holy Law, symbolized by the Scales of Judgment. Celesti

The Original African Trinity

The original African Trinity which predates organized religion by 1000's  of years is as shown.  Asset (Mary), Assaur (Joseph) & Heru (Jesus). Eve was NOT the first woman made by God. Adam's first wife, Lilith was made from the very dust God created Adam, making them equal. Adam wanted dominion over Lilith, but Lilith rebelled. She left him and was demonized for being independent. God then created Eve from Adam's rib, giving him power over her. Lilith is never mentioned in your bible. They fail to teach you that Jesus was African or that the Garden of Eden is in Africa. Much like our textbooks in school, they omit the truth. Africans created pi (3.14) and used the formula to build pyramids. We were kings and queens. No one acknowledges that Blacks were the first beings on Earth. The melanin in our skin gives us rhythm and we are better spoken because of it. You don't believe my words good. Fact check it and thank me later.  Let's get Deeper! Heru referred

Just to Juice Ya Brain

       The African spirituality is the oldest basis for Christianity. It was developed 1000’s of years before Christianity. Despite the hard evidence and scientific confirmation many Christians still ignore the Kemetic influences. They also tend to deem them evil and exclude members with interest in these things. More evidence proves that Africa is a stable piece in the bible’s composition.       The oldest hominid ever found, Lucy, was excavated in Ethiopia. Lucy is 3.5 million years old with 40% of her skeletal structure intact. Africa is the birthplace of stages of development also called homo-erectus. The Chromagnum man is 50,000 years old versus African man- 150,000 years old.        The Garden of Eden was located in Eastern Africa. The roots of Westernized Christianity are Black. Kush, Cush is the eldest son of Ham, Noah’s grandson, and Nimrod’s father. Kush, Cush is Hebrew for “Black”. The descendants of Kush, Cush are Ethiopians. Ethiopia is Greek for “burnt face”; impl