Our Tribe: KMT Ancient Metaphysical

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The Tree of Life or the Ennead (planets in astrology) or as Kmt called it Paut Neteru is the story of U, Me, and Us.Ausar, Auset, Heru (Hero-Christ) are within U and Us - not some outside gods, you are a living breathing Tree of LifeIn Kmt we strive for the inner and outer perfection, a so Above so Below approach; everything is everythingTo get the proper understanding we must keep in mind that the *characters (are within us, yet within the Divine as well, meaning all of life) - what have been errorously called deities or gods as if they were outside of us - we have to remember these are “personifications’ of faculties residing in the spirit of the Divine in Man/Woman. The action of the story teaches the Tree of Life in a very vivid and coherent manner which is the best way to affect memorization and understanding, of the divine functions of these faculties. The Metu Neter is Kemetic (ancient Egyptian) and it means, “Words of Divine.”Rooted in the ancient Kemet, three different versions of essentially the same teachings of KMT can be identified in Jewish mysticism by three different spellings: Kabbalah, Cabala and Qabalah. …their origins? Ancient Africa and Kemet of the cosmic mystery system. Allegories are intentionally chosen as a means for communicating knowledge. They dramatize cosmic laws, principles, processes, relationships and functions, and express them in a way easy to understand. Once the inner meanings of the allegories have been revealed, they become marvels of simultaneous scientific and philosophical completeness and conciseness. The more they are studied, the richer they become. The ‘inner dimension’ of the teachings embedded into each story make them capable of revealing several layersof knowledge, according to the stage of development of the listener. The “secrets” are revealed as one evolves higher. The higher we get, the more we see. It is always there. The Kemetians (Black Ancient Egyptians) did not believe their allegories as historical facts or gods. They believed IN themselves, in the sense that they believed in the truth beneath the stories and Myth were within. The Book of the Dead is one such story, an allegory of the Tree of Life, in which the ancient Africans, Nubians, and Kemeties intuitedall of this through knowledge and wisdom by way of Cosmology, i.e. Orion havingthe Dog Stars, Sirius A. B. etc.Here we will find the origins of the Zodiac, the Tarot, the I Ching, Geometry, Language, Hieroglyphs, Numbers and Mathematics, Philosophy, Language, Science, ALL religions, ALL of our Western Knowledge, Thought, and Culture.A story of the diagram of the process through which God creates the world, Man,and Mans sojourn in the world. The Tree consists of eleven spheres, numbered from zero to 10. Sphere 0 is at the top, and is depicted as being “above” the tree. It depicts and corresponds to the state of God and of existence before the creation of the thingly, phenomenal world. In the Kamitic tradition, this aspect ofthe Divine was known variously as Amen, Atum, Aten, Nu, and Nut.