As it was in the beginning,
So shall it be in the end.
In a previous article, The Ancient Wisdom in Africa, we saw that there exists a learned society which the Zulus call the Bonaabakulu Abasekhemu, whose members come from among all the many peoples of Africa, and whose origins may be traced to a priest of Isis during the reign of Pharaoh Khufu, the 3rd dynasty (3900 BCE) builder of the Great Pyramid. In this article, I try to address in a brief space the core concepts of the Kamitic cosmology, and show correspondences to the teachings of the Bonaabakulu Abasekhemu, and moreover to the Yoruba religion. Continue reading
The Ancient Wisdom in Africa
Zulu Society Traced to Reign of Pharaoh Khufu (Cheops)
By Grisso (1998)
THE conception of God and the universe that is common within traditional Africa, notwithstanding the diversity of its peoples, is one of the matters addressed in a paper by Bowen (1969). The author of the paper, which is entitled “The Ancient Wisdom in Africa,” is white South African, and his prejudices are apparent. He describes a Zulu wise man thusly: “Mankanyezi was a pure Zulu, of the royal blood… he was a thin, tall man, light chocolate in complexion, of a distinctly Jewish cast of countenance, without a trace of the Negroid, with the exception of his snow-white hair which was frizzled” (Bowen: 114). Continue reading