THE SECRETS OF ANCIENT AFRICA: BONAABAKHULU BASEKHEM BROTHERHOOD OF THE HIGHER ONES 

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Mfuniselwa J. Bhengu

Abstract

This paper seeks to trace the origin, nature and content ofBonaabakhulubaseKhemBrotherhoodand howMankanyezi, an African sage, who was an initiateofthis organization, was trained in African wisdom. Again thepaper will try to establish the connection between this organization and ancient Zulus

Introduction

In this great continent over which the sphinx still gazes, guarding the eternal mystery of life, may the flame within the hearts of its varied peoples be lit, so that once again from African soil may resound the old message ‘Thou art the light, let that light shine.’” (Harvest).

The story of the human race in Africa dates back to more than 50 000 years before the mythical creation of Adam in 4 240 BC.This story was written by LordKhem(or Ham) popularly known asThauThau-Harama

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The Original Trinity, Brought to You By Egypt

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Today, when we think of “The Holy Trinity,” we instantly think of “The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit” as found in Catholicism. Yet it is possible that this trinity influenced by another that came a thousand years before. We’re talking about the Egyptian trinity of The Father Osiris, The Mother Isis and The Son Horus. In this blog, I will not say that the Osiris/Isis cult is the same thing as Christianity, but it is very probable that a lot of the ideas from this early trinity later had an influence on the development of Christian ideas.

A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE OSIRIS/ISIS/HORUS MYTH

I will give you a very brief summary of the Osiris/Isis/Horus myth so that you will understand what is going on in the rest of this article. Osiris was the first son of the Gods. He married his sister Isis and the two became…

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The 42 Laws of Ma’at (Egyptian Virtues)

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(Image Taken From Maat Shrine)

Ma’at is the Ancient Egyptian Goddess of truth, balance and order. She is most often depicted as a woman with wings or a single white ostrich feather. When the deceased go to the afterlife, the Egyptians believed that their hearts would be weighed against this feather.

If the individual lived a good life, following the rules of ma’at, their heart would be lighter than a feather and they would get to go to the afterlife. However, if that individual did not follow the rules of ma’at, they would have a heavy heart – weighed down by the guilt of their transgressions. As a result, their heart would be devoured by Ammut and the soul would be destroyed.

The laws of Ma’at are called the 42 Negative confessions and they were revealed in the Egyptian Book of the Dead, or the Papyrus of Ani –…

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Godess (2017 Black Woman)

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Looking out the window

Photographing autum leaves

Admiring the colors

Crush peddles harmonizing

Crossing the meadow in the chill

Breeze that’s hugs me

In a gental manner

As my soul calms

I reach my sanctuary

I grabbed my canvas

I begin with a smooth

Stroke of my brush

My soul says don’t rush the process

When your gentle

She will love you for eternity

So in a separate manner I comb

Through the pictures

Looking at wholeness

Stepped on dreams

Half past dead

Yet instead a masterpiece

A beautiful critique of nature

I closed my eyes to feel her

Still beautiful and whole

I soon astral planed

Each color loved by the canvas

Each stroke gentle yet submissive

Starring lovingly at a masterpiece

History repeated itself, perfect

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The Mysterious Powers of Karma and Reincarnation

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childs-candle-lightsREINCARNATION is “one of the most important issues faced by philosophy, religion and science that have very significant implications to the understanding of human life,” the Reincarnation Research declares.

Theosophy agrees. “Reincarnation used to be a subject confined to religion. Since the 20th century, however, the inquiry has moved into the field of science.

This comes about “as a result of ground-breaking researches about people, particularly children, whose memories of previous lives have been validated by independent investigations,” the site reports.

“Many of these cases involved birthmarks or physical characteristics at birth that matched the manner of death of the claimed previous life. Some of them also could speak an unlearned language but which corresponded to the language learned in the claimed previous life.

“The concept of reincarnation, however, goes against the mainstream doctrines of a number of major religions. This has created conflicts and has led to raging debates…

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