THE META-PHYSICAL MEANING OF JESUS RIDING A DONKEY INTO JERUSALEM

THE META-PHYSICAL MEANING OF JESUS RIDING A DONKEY INTO JERUSALEM

Excerpt from Sons of Sa-Nanada The Ancient & Mystic Order of Iu-em-hetep (Jesus Christ) study book 5 by Faheem Judah-El Tjeti

THE META-PHYSICAL MEANING OF JESUS RIDING INTO JERUSALEM ON A DONKEY

Question: what is the meaning of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey, or an ass?

Answer: Jesus (Heru, the divine man, perfected man, spiritual self, Master within) rode a donkey into Jerusalem in (Matt. 21:1-9), let’s read it.
Matthew 21 (asv)
21:1 And when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem, and came unto Beth-phage, unto the mount of Olives, then Jesus sent two disciples:
21:2 saying unto them, Go into the village that is over against you, and straightway ye shall find a donkey tied, and a colt with her: loose them, and bring them unto me. 21:3 And if anyone say aught unto you, ye shall say, The Lord hath need of them; and straightway he will send them. 21:4 Now this is come to pass, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken through the prophet, saying,
21:5 Tell ye the daughter of Zion,
Behold, thy King cometh unto thee,
Meek, and riding upon a donkey,
and upon a colt the foal of a donkey.
21:6 And the disciples went, and did even as Jesus appointed them, 21:7 and brought the ass, and the colt, and put on them their garments; and he sat thereon. 21:8 And the most part of the multitude spread their garments in the way; and others cut branches from the trees, and spread them in the way. 21:9 And the multitudes that went before him, and that followed, cried, saying, Hosanna to the son of David: Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord: Hosanna in the highest.

First let’s look at the meaning of these verses in human terms, and then I will explain the Kemetic origin and meaning of these verses.
In ancient times, kings and rulers rode the donkey, which was the animal accepted to bear royalty. (The Christ self is your royal self). Here in man’s consciousness, the animal nature is typified by the donkey, (symbolically the donkey is stubborn, persistent, has much endurance to resist, needs taming, and is ignorant of its true spiritual self), so here it’s being ridden into Jerusalem by Jesus (the perfected man), (Jerusalem is symbolic of the Kheper or the fourth spiritual center, or city of peace in consciousness).

* Note- The donkey, (symbolically the donkey is stubborn, persistent, has much endurance to resist, needs taming, and is ignorant of its true spiritual self so is the nature of the animalistic nature in man.
This symbol was originally used along the African Nile Valley to show the battles and struggle between divine man and animalistic man.

Jesus riding the donkey shows the mastery of the I AM (spiritual identity), over the animalistic nature of man. Remember the donkey also represents riding in on the spiritual ignorance of the people. The Prophet Mohammed rode a camel which is symbolic of riding in on the “intellect” of the people. Both Ignorance and intelligence must be subjugated by the I AM (spiritual Identity).

Now, let’s go back to Matthew 21:5, and Matthew 21:7, read:
Mat 21:5 Tell ye the daughter of Sion, Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, meek, and sitting upon an ass, and a colt the foal of an ass.
Mat 21:7 And brought the ass, and the colt, and put on them their clothes, and they set him (Jesus) thereon.

Question: what does it mean, why two animals?

Answer: what do I always say? All religion started in ancient Kemet. This story which was written in the canon as a human event is really an ancient Kemetic astronomical event that was recorded at least two thousand years before the Christian Era.
This event was witnessed yearly in the galactic skies as the Sun panned through the sky, on its path through the constellation of Cancer.

Question: in the Kemetian Astrological mythos what does the “ass” or “donkey” mean?

Answer: this was seen in ancient Kemet as a battle or conflict between light and darkness, which is a recurring theme that is humanly personified in many world religions. This constant battle in man and in the universe was personified in ancient Kemet in the mythos of the battle between Horus (Heru) and Set (Setekh)

Question: so in the Kemetian mythos is it Set who rides into Jerusalem?

Answer: yes, (Jerusalem is symbolic of the 4th Chakra in man or the Kheper), but what you have to realize is that in the mythos Set had killed Osirus (Ausar), so he was in the hearts of men.
Now let me get to the astrological meaning of riding two donkeys at one time.

The Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) rode a camel into Mecca. The camel is symbolic of “intellect”. He approached the intellectual aspect of the people.

This depiction from ancient Kemet shows the Horus (Heru) in the form of a Hawk, symbolic of the “spirit man” as one side of man’s nature, and it also depicts Set (Sut) symbolic of an “Ass or donkey type creature as the other side of the nature of man.

This symbol was originally used along the African Nile Valley to show the battles and struggle between divine man and animalistic man.

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Author: THE TEACHINGS OF FAHEEM JUDAH-EL

ABOUT THE EDITOR & PUBLISHER FAHEEM JUDAH-EL - Meta-physician, Mystic, Scribe, Researcher, Publisher Born on September 15th 1962 in Decatur Illinois: Faheem Judah-El is a Researcher and Historian: He has spent many years chronicling and preserving the story of African people worldwide. As a researcher He has traveled to many parts of the world such as: Ethiopia, Egypt, Mecca, Mexico, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda and many Native American Mound Centers of North America. He is currently an author, and the Editor of African Scholar Publications & Preservation.

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