Reply To: Kemet 101-Lesson 3 Discussion Forum

Tonya Octave

What are the main teachings noted during the lecture? The KMT structure lasted during the old and middle kingdoms. One of the earliest temples was Goddess Hetheru. This temple assisted in the development of KMT culture. The new kingdom is when the new civilization begins to manifest. The priest/priestesses start to lose control during this civilization. The army/military started to have the same power as the priest/priestesses. There were many differences noted with this change. For example, KMT culture in comparison to other cultures did not allow for more than one husband/wife. The concept of the bull and seven cows. The seven cows represent an infinite number. There is one spirit, and every human has a soul, and all humans are connected to the one spirit. The bull and cows support the development of a culture. It is culture that is developed because of circumstances in the environment, foods, weather, etc. However, how culture is expressed can deteriorate a society. There are three forms of reality (1) physical/ actual object (2) image of an object (3) name of an object. These three forms of reality are an illusion, subjective. The unnamed name is the transcendental part of who you are. One’s Ari is the residue from past lives/experiences. No two souls will have the same Ari bases. If one is virtuous then you will have a positive/light Ari and if you live an Ari filled with hatred your Ari base will be heavy. It is essential for a civilization to have a good foundation grounded in righteous ethics and spiritual consciousness.
How am I implementing the teachings?
This lecture, discussion, and chat review guided me to reflect on the significance of a culture and how I am beginning to see more of the illusions in time and space. Things I thought were true such as emotions, sadness, irritability, happiness. I am learning more about what is real and my transcendental experience in time and space and beyond.
Questions? During the lecture Sebai Maa noted the unnamed name is the transcendental part of who you are. Can you expound more on this idea? How does one come into the teachings for priest/priestesses, a supervisor, or farmer? This is one’s Ari or can this be achieved in their lifetime in ancient Kmt.