Reply To: Teachings of Temple of Aset Lesson 3 Discussion Forum


You have several notes in this post and I will focus on some important ones for promoting improved spiritual practice.

“Writing began in Kemet in 30,000 BC and was brought to Greece by Cadmus. This developed into what is now known as the Coptic language and culture. From 4th century to early 19th century, was only used in secret.”

Though the writing system is first attested to as having existed in the Predynastic Era – prior to 5000 BCE, I am not aware of the direct evidence for it as early as 30k BCE although Manetho and other texts attest to the history and existence of Ancient Egypt of that remote date. Coptic is still used by some modern day Coptic practitioners and especially in the Coptic church.

“Kemetic writing had been invented in finished form, bestowed from a High Being upon the people”

Though the Kemetic writings do appear in finished form at the dawn of Kemetic dynastic history, the evidence for its existence in the pre-dynastic era also implies the development from an even earlier period that led to the full development by the inception of the dynastic era.

“Thinking in a language reflects’s one’s consciousness\image based language has a greater capacity and different effect on the mind.”
“TAT is a Living Rendition of Reality
Purpose: to make live to the things that it renders”
“All language is concepts or ideas represented by words or symbols
Benefit of Imagery in Medu Neter: it allows a faster assimilation of the message, more efficient and deeper understanding of the text.”

This point is a profound aspect of Neterian Philosophy. The idea that language is a conceptual audio/visual representation of perceptions and mental cognition is fundamental to understanding Neterian iconography and the conceptual basis of architectural and scriptural aesthetics that provide abstract support to the higher nature of being that the language is referring to and upon which Creation is based. This is part of the multidimensional aspect of the Kemetic language such that the verbal and visual aspects, being taken as representations of ideas, relates those ideas to thoughts in relation to the higher order of the ideas representing the concepts that support them, which are higher realities than the physical manifestations. The concepts are higher realities than the physical manifestations that are conceptualized as ideas for mental cognition using thoughts. The concepts behind the thoughts, which are representations of the physical manifestations are themselves surpassed by the undifferentiated subtle matter that concepts, thoughts and physical manifestations are ultimately composed from. So, the levels of the language can be useful for a range of experience from mundane practical realities to philosophical thinking about transcendental issues that renders the mind lucid and capable of discovering the nature of being beyond cognition.