42 Declarations of Innocence

KnightsofImhotepMuseum: Papyrus of Ani

The 42 Negative Confessions – E.A. Wallis Budge
From Rosicrucian Digest, No. 1, 2007

One of the best-known sections of the Book of the Coming Forth by Day (The Book of the Dead) in the Papyrus of Ani is the Negative Confession. The forty-two Gods and Goddesses of the Nomes of Egypt conduct this initiatory test of the soul before the scale of Ma’at. In this translation by pioneering Egyptologist E. A. Wallis Budge, we hear the initiate’s assertion of blamelessness before the Court of Osiris. For clarity, divine names and city names in parentheses have been added to the 1895 text of Chapter 125 from Budge’s 1913 edition.

1. Ani saith: “Hail, thou whose strides are long (Usekh-nemmt), who comest forth from Annu (Heliopolis), I have not done iniquity.”
2. “Hail, thou who art embraced by flame (Hept-khet), who comest forth from Kheraba, I have not robbed with violence.” Continue reading

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More 21 Divisiones

Spirit World of Dominican VuduVODOUN – 21 NATIONS UNDER GOD SANCE TRADITION

From thebestlovespell, 2013 [Edited]

Contrary to popular belief the first Africans to set foot on Puerto Rico or the Americas for that matter where free men. Even as late as 150, a West African man who was the son of a Yoruba King and later baptized “Juan Garrido” was an African Conquistador who worked for Juan Ponce de Leon, “Puerto Rico’s first Governor” and was the first African man to set foot on Puerto Rican soil after the European ‘conquest’ and almost 100 years prior to the first Africans caught in the European slavery system to be taken to the United States “Jamestown 1607”.  Another African man, called Pedro Mejías, was married to the last Cacica Chief of Puerto Rico, Yuiza who like Pedro Mejias, was baptized a Catholic and renamed “Luisa” in order for both to be legally wed under Spanish law. Like the Dominican Anacaona in the Agua Dulce Division, Yuiza was the last female Cacica “Chief” to then become part of the Spirits venerated in Puerto Rican Sance.

Like the European enslavers, the African people came from different societies and tribes, each having their own dialect, language and culture. Haitian Vodou or Voudun consists of 21 Nations or Nasyons of Lwa – what Dominicans call los Loases or Misterios de La 21 Divisiones (also known as Budű or Vudű Dominicano.) Continue reading

J-N of African and African Originated Deities

Earth MotherAfrican and African Originated Deities

=== JJJ ===

Jaguruba (m) – River Gods – Kakwa of Sudan – Parents of the malevolent Ngulete

Jakar, Kar (m) – Sky God – Nuer of Sudan – Gaarwar ancestor

Jakuta – pre-incarnation of Shango – Yoruba of Nigeria

Jean Petro (m) – Leader of group of strong and violent Petro Loa – Vodoun of Haiti – deification of Don Pedro

Jeki la Njambe (m) – the son of God, Batanga, Duala, Malimba, Pongo of Cameroon

Jok, Lubanga – Supreme Being – Acholi, Lango of Uganda – omnipresent but distant

Jok (-) – Spirits of the dead – Dinka of Sudan

Juok, Jwok (-) – Supreme Being, Creator God – Anauk, Jo Luo, Shilluk of Sudan

Juon, Juong – Supreme and Creator God – Burun, Meban of Sudan – the Potter

=== KKK ===

[]Kagen – Trickster God – San of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa

[]Kai []Kini – Fire God – []Kung of Namibia – Owner of Doro (fire) Continue reading

E-I of African and African Originated Deities

Earth MotherAfrican and African Originated Deities

=== EEE ===

Ebele – Hunter God, former King of Ohumbele – Igbo of Nigeria

Egbe, Egbe Orun – the “heavenly gang” or collective Spirit of various beings (from other planets) living in the Orun, in charge of still waters – Yoruba – they work closely with the Egungun

Egungun – the collective spirit of the ancestors – Yoruba of Nigeria – also: the children of Oya

Ekineba – Mythic being able to visit the gods – Kalabari of Nigeria

Ekwensu – Trickster God of testing, bargaining, cunning and negotiation – Igbo of Nigeria

Elegua, Papa Legba – God of Death, the gatekeeper, guardian of crossroads and doorways – Haiti Vodou and Yoruba of Nigeria

Enkai – God of fertility, maker of rain, Mediator between God and men – Masia of Kenya – wife Olapa, the Moon [may also be Neiterkob (See Netcher Keb/Kab/Geb of Kemet)]

Epilipili – the Creator God – Efe of Congo – has characteristics of the first ancestor and hero Aporofandza

Erinle, Inle (m) – God of health and medicine in general – Yoruba of Nigeria

Erzulie, Erzulie Freda (f) – Goddess of Love, Beauty, Dreams and Creativity, former Sea Goddess – Haitian and Dominican Vodoun, Dahomean in origin – female energy of Legba, but husbands Damballah, Ogoun and Agwe, syncretized with Virgin Mary Continue reading

Igbo Gods and Deities

Earth MotherIgbo Gods and Deities

Igbo traditional religion is based on the belief that there is one Creator God, also called Chineke or Chukwu. The word that is used for God in Igbo is Chi. It is a reference to the individual spark of divinity that exists within everyone. The collective spirit of everyone and everything is known as Chukwu. It is a contraction of two words: Chi (God) and Ukwu (great or large in size). Literally, Chi-Ukwu or Chukwu means the Great God or the Great Spirit.

The Creator can be approached through numerous other deities and spirits in the form of natural objects, most commonly through Ala, the Goddess of Earth or Amadioha, the God of thunder. There is also the belief that ancestors protect their living descendants and are responsible for rain, harvest, health and children. However, the western influence, Christianity, has taken a dominant role in modern Igboland. Continue reading

Abydos King’s List

Panoramio - Photo of Abydos King List

The Abydos King List, is a list of the names of seventy-six kings of Ancient KMT, found on a wall of the Temple of Seti I at Abydos. It consists of three rows of thirty-eight cartouches (borders enclosing the name of a king) in each row. The upper two rows contain names of the kings, while the third row merely repeats Seti I’s throne name and praenomen.

The start of the king list, showing Seti and his son – Ramesses II – on the way to making an offering to Ptah-Seker-Ausar, on behalf of their 72 ancestors – the contents of the king list. Ramesses is depicted holding censers.

1st Dynasty
Cartouches 1 to 8
1 Meni. Probably King Narmer. Menes
2 Teti. Same name in Turin King List. Hor-Aha
3 Iti. Same name in Turin King List. Djer
4 Ita. Called Itui in Turin King List. Djet Continue reading

Queen Bilikisu Sungbo

Sungbo EredoA Brief History Of Bilikisu Sungbo – The Powerful Woman Who Is Believed To Have Commissioned The Great Walls Of Eredo

By Woman.NG, February 8, 2017

The story of Bilikisu Sungbo is one that draws the attention of both locals and foreigners to a village called Oke Eri in Ijebu Ode, Ogun state. Pilgrims from all over the world have been said to come to Oke Eri village where they believe Bilikisu Sungbo is buried.

The Sungbo Eredo  is a system of defensive walls and ditches said to have been commisioned by Bilikisu who was believed to be a wealthy queen and complexly built in 1000 CE. Although, it has been covered by forest, it was described as Africa’s largest single monument, with more earth and rock used to make the wall than was used in the Great Pyramid. Continue reading

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