“Nakumbuka” ~ The MA’ATrix Re-membered

‘Nakumbuka’ means ‘I remember’ in Kiswahili… MA’AT is Truth, Order, Balance, Justice, & Reparations

Hymns to Amun

~ HYMN TO THE GOD AMON-RA ~  from the Boulaq Papyrus (XVIII Dynasty, 1552-1295 BCE) “Praise to Amon-Ra The Bull of On-Heliopolis, Prince of all the Gods, The Good and Perfect God, the Beloved One,

Ascension ~ “Black Orchid”

“…She has touched the farthest star Her beauty speaks of what we are And her freedom makes us free Her now is in eternity, infinite to all that see And her dreams have been achieved Now there is… Read More

Seshat ~ Opener of Heaven’s Door

In African oral tradition we have a communication concept surrounding the power of the word to generate and/or aesthetize life. In BaNtu culture, this is referred to as Nommo. This same concept in Khemet was referred to as… Read More

KuNtu: A Well-Painted Home

I didn’t grow up a comic-book super-fan (more like occasional reader), nor grew to become enticed by Hollywood’s silver-screen adventures of super-heroes from the big-3 comic-book universes: Marvel, DC, and X-Men. Marvel’s recently-released trailer for the Black Panther… Read More

Hathor ~ Mansion of Heru

Hwt-hr is the Kemetic version of Hathor, meaning ‘Mansion of Heru.’ Indeed, as Heru’s divine consort, Hathor is regarded as the sky in which he – as the sun god and “Djedi Sky Walker”/ Dancer – dwells. Hathor is… Read More

Heru ~ Djedi Sky Walker

“Sky God… God of Hunting… Warrior God… Lord of the Horizon… Divine Falcon… He who came forth from Hapi [Africa’s Nile God]… Dweller in Sopdet [Star of Auset]… God of Kingship… Heir of his Father…” are some of… Read More

Purple Reign ~ Royal African Symbols

A color with mystical and noble qualities, purple/violet is associated with royalty, spirituality, creativity, and magic. Representing the upper end of the visible color spectrum of Light, purple/violet is both a completion (spiritual mastery) as well as a… Read More

Reparations ~ Restoring the Divine Feminine: Ma’at

And if thy brother, a Hebrew man, or a Hebrew woman, be sold unto thee, and serve thee six years; then in the seventh year thou shalt let him go free from thee. And when thou sendest him… Read More

“Gods of Kemet”

SYNOPSIS [Movie?]: “The survival of humanity hangs in the balance when SET kills and mutilates the body of his brother AUSAR in his evil bid to usurp the throne of Kemet, in Africa’s Nile Valley Ma’atrix. The universe is plunged into… Read More

Proverbs from the Luxor Temple of Amun~Mut~Montu/Khonsu

“KNOW THY SELF” is one of the cardinal concepts in ancient African sacred wisdom which underlie many of the Proverbs that are inscribed into the walls of the Temple of Luxor in Egypt. There are six great temples… Read More

Amun~Mut~Montu/Khonsu: The Triad of Waset

Waset – meaning “City of the Scepter” or alternatively “City of the Set” – was the Kemetic/ancient Egyptian name of Thebes, the Greek designation for the fourth Upper Egyptian nome along Africa’s Nile River. In the religion of Kemet (meaning land of… Read More