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Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 4/12/2016 10:58:30 AM

The crook (heka) and the flail or flabellum (nekhakha), are two of the most prominent items in the royal regalia of ancient KMT. Actual, very fine examples of both survive to and through ancient Egypt and then in the bible, as do other Metaphysics, Allegories, and Symbolism as well in statues and various wall reliefs, paintings and papyrus with representations of these objects to this divine intelligence.

The triple sceptre was made up of a whip, a staff and stick, representing domination over matter, control of feeling and domination of thought. It is a symbol of the central axis, like the king himself, the intermediary between god and his subjects, a guarantee of peace and justice. The royal symbol of the kings was adopted from the god Osiris and the ancient shepherd deity, Andjeti. It denoted Pharaoh's role as guardian of the People of the Nile. The shepherd's crook symbolizes his role as shepherd of mankind.

Images of Ausar in his new position of rulership portray him as a mummified, bearded king who carries the shepherd’s crook and the flail, and sits on the throne of judgment, which was ornamented with a checkerboard pattern that represented the good and evil who were to come before him. Ausar also becomes the representation of the deceased king, as well as all deceased individuals. He was commonly referred to as the ‘good shepherd’ and is the personification of the cycles of death and rebirth, and of spiritual salvation.” [Browder 1992: 86-89]

Osiris, had well over 200 divine names, including Lord of Lords, King of Kings, God of Gods, Resurrection and the Life, Good Shepherd, Eternity and Everlastingness, the god who "made men and women to be born again"

Horus the Good Shepherd, with the crook upon his shoulder and the flail (symbolizing the ability to separate wheat from chaff).

The shepherd motif is encountered in the 23rd Psalm; “thy rod and thy staff, they comfort me”. copied from an Egyptian text appealing to Osiris the Good Shepherd to lead the deceased to the 'green pastures' and 'still waters' of the nefer-nefer land, to restore the soul and body, and to give protection in the valley of the shadow of death...


Messenger: Voodooruuts Sent: 4/12/2016 1:07:30 PM

Did dI see the video whe Ashra Kwesi had the picture of what he say was the original statue?
He say someone that work at the museum of London I believe let him in the back room where they had it hiding.

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 4/12/2016 2:59:03 PM

Oyyyyy VoodooRuutz!!!! Don't you know I had that EXACT image in my mind whilst putting this together!!! I've had that Asha kwesi VHS video for years! That was the very first pic I had chosen, but due to it not being a jpeg file, it wouldn't post

See below:

Messenger: Ark I Sent: 4/12/2016 4:05:46 PM

Here is the picture, the problem was the https at the beginning. I will adjust the code when I have time so that issue doesn't happen in the future.

Messenger: Voodooruuts Sent: 4/12/2016 5:45:13 PM

Yes Goddess! Da one deh

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 4/12/2016 6:41:33 PM

Give thanks Ark I!

So, we can actually post non jpeg pictures??? Do I do the ++img=www thing same way?

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 4/12/2016 6:46:34 PM

Yeah VDR...I remember first time I saw that lecure and Asha was telling the story of how a brothah who I believe was a janitor at the museum took him to the back where they keep things like this from the public...and I had to laugh BIG when they showed this picture!!!!

Messenger: Ark I Sent: 4/12/2016 6:57:51 PM

Yes, the only problem with the URL was that it started with https. If it doesn't start with http,the code adds http://

So the URL became http://https:........

I already have an exception for http so it doesn't do that, I need to make an exception for https as well.

Messenger: Voodooruuts Sent: 4/13/2016 6:21:27 AM

It also seems to have some mtted locks or so
There was another one with a supposed Jesus with a lion or panther when he he Jesus was of the tribe of "Black Panthers", probably was Jesus ben Panthera

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 4/13/2016 5:11:30 PM

Ausar or Banebdada/Bandara/Pandara/Pandera is the Father"--symbolized as a Ram. Heru pa khart is Heru (Khensu/Hesus/Yeshu) son of Pandera. The son of the Ram is the Lamb

Jesus, the Panther?

An original name for Jesus was "Yeshua Ben Pandira" which means "Jesus, son of the Panther!" (Blavatsky: The Secret Doctrine) Even the Bible refers to him as "the Lion of the tribe of Juda." (Rv. 5:5) Jesus in fact, was a "Black nationalist freedom fighter, whose goals were to free the Black people of that day from the oppressive white Roman power structure and to build a Black nation."

Very few realize is that Jesus was a revolutionary, he was a socialist and he was an enemy of imperialism. He was also anti-corruption, and anti-capitalist.

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