The Universal meaning of Solomon and Sheba (Ethiopian) By Faheem Judah-El D.D.


The Universal meaning of Solomon and Sheba


Question: what is the universal meaning of Sheba?
Answer: From the country of Ethiopia,Sheba, Yemen, (The Sabians) or Saba. The (Empress) Queen of Sheba came to prove Solomon with hard questions (I Kings 10:1). Sheba pertains to “Maat”, wholeness or fullness on this plane of existence (a return to an original state, rest, repose, equilibrium, reintegration, restoration, balance).

Question: does Sheba represent the female principle?
Answer: The Empress (Queen) of Sheba represents the natural or Netert aspect of self, the Auset self, or the ruling intuitive intelligence of the whole consciousness pertaining to that part of being which has to do with nature. (symbolic of the crescent moon.)

Sheba symbolic of the moon

Solomon symbolic of the sun or star

The ruling intuitive intellect (Queen Sheba) journeys to meet the Soul of man (King Solomon). Solomon meets the Queen of Sheba, and in meeting and entertaining the Queen of Sheba had to give intuitive wisdom to his body consciousness, something that it had not possessed before.

Sheba meets Solomon

Question: what is the body consciousness?
Answer: The body consciousness is the subconscious mind in its work in the body; repairing, renewing, and conducting the functions of the body in harmony and health if right ideas are given to it, or disintegrating the organism and producing inharmonious action of the functions if untrue thoughts are sown in the mind. Solomon, in the wisdom of Spirit, comes in touch with his natural intuitive being, the Queen of Sheba.

When the illumination from Spirit is first received we are for a time so absorbed in it and in its revelations that we are almost wholly unconscious of our body; but a thought is formed in us that presides over that domain called the body substance.

Question: what is body substance?
Answer: body substance is your earthly body in natural form which is still subject to the physical laws that operate in natural substance. Its outer aspect is termed carnal or flesh, blood and bone, but the real substance is mental. When we have been illuminated by spirit the body will come to us in its “true light” and ask for our higher wisdom; it will bring to us many presents, or valuable substance.

The Empress-Queen of Sheba came bearing gifts, and to test Solomon with hard questions; she revealed to him all that was in her heart. There is a questioning nature in the natural side of being, symbolic of the Queen of Sheba or the ruling intuitive intellect. Sheba already holds the answers to “matter or the origin of material things”, but it is the origin of spirit and spiritual phenomena that she seeks.
Question: does Sheba represent the serpent in the Garden of Eden that questioned Adam and Eve?
Answer: no, the Queen of Sheba doesn’t represent the serpent in the Garden of Eden, and in fact she was trying to elevate to levels of higher consciousness by questioning Solomon or the Soul. You are referring to sense consciousness which is symbolic of the “Serpent in the Garden of Eden”. Remember the Serpent as a symbol represents many concepts in the ancient world.
In the Garden of Eden story the Serpent represents the reptilian brain in man which is a lower part of the brain.The Serpent or Sense Consciousness is also known as desire, sensation, or the activity of material or outer life which is apart from the source of life. When the life is lifted to the realization that it is spirit, it becomes healing, as seen in the allegorical story of Moses’ lifting up the Serpent in the wilderness.

Numbers 21-9 – And Moses made a serpent of brass, and put it upon a pole, and it came to pass, that if a serpent had bitten any man, when he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived.

Question: what does woman represent Genesis Chapter 3 of the bible?

Answer: “Woman” represents love or feeling in the individual consciousness and symbolizes the soul. Sense Consciousness (The Serpent) or Desire for sensation or activity in the external first tempts the soul, the center of feeling and emotion. The temptation of sense is at first very subtle, entering the consciousness to stir up doubt and slyly asking the question “Why not?”

The serpent is slyly suggesting to the soul that it indulge in the pleasures of sense and that the experience will result in a deeper understanding of God and His laws. The individual can always find arguments that to his own mind justify indulgence. This tendency may be described as sensation beguiling man from his Garden of Eden consciousness.

Question: what does Adam and Eves being naked represents in the bible?

Answer:(Lust-Sex) (Seed) (root chakra) When man depletes his seed through sense consciousness the whole nervous system is depleted and loses its capacity to contact the higher life current and supermind of wisdom. When man is in this “groundstate” he is ashamed,“naked,” and the heavenly ecstasy of fleshly vibration is now an embarassment, and man is embarassed (bare assed) (and the serpent crawls on its “belly,” eating “dust” all the days of its life.This act if continuous cuts off the life of man’s future spiritual seed.

(The true source of love is from spirit – physically – mentally – emotionally, but the true source of lust is from fallen sense consciousness)

Question:can you explain the meaning of Genesis 3:15-19?

Answer: okay, Genesis 3:15-19 says: “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed: he shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.”

The seed of the woman is from God; it is the spiritual life which is nurtured, and developed by man.

The seed of the serpent is fallen sense consciousness, and there is enmity between spiritual life and fallen sense consciousness.

The “seed” that bruised the head of the serpent is Iyesus Kristos (Perfected – Spiritual man). But these verses were written long before the time of Iyesus, which proves that they must refer to certain principles that are universal and built into creation. The “heel” represents the activity of the will in the body. When one is willful the tendency is to force the heel into the ground, or to keep sense balanced and in order.

Auset – Heru Mary – Iyesus Kristos – Spiritual seed in man

Mary- Meri Auset, the mother of Iyesus represents the soul that magnifies the Lord daily in the Temple and through its devotions prepares itself for the higher life. She signifies the divine motherhood of love, and intuition.

Iyesus, the perfected-man manifestation, is conceived as a “clean birth” in the intuitive or soul nature, and is molded in its substance. This coming of the Christ Body into activity is the result of an exalted idea (Kristos) sown in the mind and matured by the soul (Mary). The soul is devout and expectant. It has “faith” in the Miraculous as a possibility of all potentail. Mary expected the birth (At the Kheper Chakra), of the Messiah (Savior of the unilluminated self), according to the promise of the Holy Spirit. She was overshadowed by that “high idea”; it formed in her mind, and took hold in the outer consciousness, and the birth of the “spiritual seed manifested as the birth of Karast-Kristos- (Christ consciousness)


There is implanted in the reptilian part of the brain or the substance side of our consciousness a degree of intelligence, but it is not the source of wisdom; and it is not the righteous guide for man. This is illustrated in the Garden of Eden allegory by the serpent, symbolic of the sensuous intelligence that pervades nature.

Adam (cognitive man) and Eve – Hawwa (feelings) = the primal elemental forces of Being

Question: is the intuitive intelligence related to the sense consciousness?
Answer: yes, they both reside on the natural plane, but the “serpent” of the Garden of Eden is sense consciousness. It may also be called desire, and sensation, or the activity of life in an external expression, apart from the Source of life. Sense consciousness is subject to the ruling intuitive intelligence in nature. (Don’t confuse the faculty with the symbol, because the serpent has many symbolic meanings)
Man’s body consciousness comes in contact with sense consciousness (desires, sensations, and physical, sexual stimulating expression) this is symbolized by the sexual relationship between King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba.

From The Kebra Negast and other sources regarding the physical relationship between Solomon and Sheba

“And he visited her and was gratified, and she visited him and was gratified… And she marvelled in her heart (Ab) and was utterly astonished in her mind (sia), and she recognized how wise he was in innerstanding, and pleasant in graciousness, and commanding in stature. And she observed the subtlety of his voice, and the discreet utterances of his lips, and that he gave his commands with dignity, and that his replies were made quietly and with the fear of The Most High.”

Both King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba had the utmost admiration and respect for each other. The Kebra Negast reports her saying to him: “O how greatly have pleased me thy answering, and the sweetness of thy voice, and the beauty of thy going, and the graciousness of thy words. Thy voice maketh the heart to rejoice…and giveth goodwill to the lips, and strength to the gait. I look upon thee and I see that thy wisdom is inexhaustible, and that it is like a lamp in the darkness, and like a pomegranate in the garden, and like a pearl in the sea, and like the Morning Star among the stars, and like the light of the moon in the mist, and like a glorious dawn and sunrise in the heavens.”

And King Solomon answered and said unto her, “Wisdom and understanding spring from thee thyself. As for me, I only possess them in the measure in which the God of Israel hath given them to me because I asked and entreated them from Him. And thou, although thou dost not know the God of Israel, thou hast this wisdom which thou hast made to grow in thine heart.”…And moreover, Solomon marvelled concerning the Queen, for she was vigorous in strength, and beautiful of form, and undefiled in virginity; and she had reigned for six years in her own country, and notwithstanding her gracious attraction and her splendid form, had preserved her body pure.”
Solomon and Sheba were lovers according to the text, and Sheba did lose her virginity to the King. The Bible does not say so directly However, the Hebrew verb bw’, which means “to come”, is used to describe Sheba’s approach to Solomon; this particular word also means coitus, and in the Old Testament refers to entering a house for the purpose of sexual relations. The Hebrew phrase bw’ plus ‘elayik (who have come to you) may also be translated as “who have entered you.” The Hebrew word “yada” means to have intercourse, a verb know (Late Hebrew id., Aramaic יְדַע ; Phoenician ידע; Ethiopic II. I. indicate, announce, narrate; Assyrian idû, know, COT Gloss; Sabean ידע

The statement that “King Solomon gave to the queen of Sheba all she desired, or whatsoever she asked” (Josephus’ explains, “For there was nothing that she desired which he denied her” might also imply that he not only fulfilled her intellectual and material passions; he also fulfilled her sexual passion. (See metaphysical explanation)

In the literal interpretation both Ethiopian and Arabian accounts explicitly refer to sexual relations between Solomon and Sheba. The Kebra Negast describes that “he pondered in his heart, `A woman of such splendid beauty hath come to me from the ends of the earth! What do I know? Will God give me seed in her?'” He desired her, and she likewise may have desired him, but because she sought to retain her virginity in order to reign as queen, she refused him. After six months together, when Sheba contemplated leaving, he begged her to stay, and asked her to marry him. But she declined, because she was already the Queen of a vast kingdom, and she was committed to her own people, and unwilling to be a wife to a polygamous man, from a chauvinistic society. But King Solomon was not ready to given in that easily, so he tricked her into choosing to give herself to him sexually.

An Arabic account tells us: “And Solomon loved women passionately, and… when her visits to him multiplied, he longed for her greatly and entreated her to yield herself to him. But she would not surrender herself to him, and she said unto him, `I came to thee a maiden, a virgin; shall I go back despoiled of my virginity, and suffer disgrace in my kingdom?’
And Solomon said unto her, “I will only take thee to myself in lawful marriage – I am the King, and thou shalt be the Queen…Strike a covenant with me that I am only to take thee to wife of thine own free will – this shall be the condition between us: when thou shalt come to me by night as I am lying on the cushions of my bed, thou shalt become my wife.” And behold she struck this covenant with him, determining within herself that she would preserve her virginity from him.”

He then arranged an elaborate dinner for the Queen, beautifying his tent with purple drapes, the finest carpets, marble and precious stones, and he burnt the most alluring and sensuous incense in all of the land. “Follow me now and seat thyself in my splendour in the tent,'” he told her, “and I will complete thy instruction, for thou have loved wisdom, and she shall dwell with thee until thine end and for ever.” When she agreed, he rejoiced. He prepared meats which would make her thirsty, fish cooked with pepper, and drinks containing vinegar. Then they dined and conversed until late in the night, when he suggested that she sleep there near him, rather than return to her apartment.
The Kebra Negast describes an agreement which Solomon made with Sheba (Unlike the Arabic text, Solomon promises not to approach her sexually unless she approaches him first).

Here, he swears that he will not “take her by force” as long as she does not “take anything” of his: “And she said unto him, `Swear to me by thy God, the God of Israel, that thou wilt not take me by force. For if I, who according to the law of men am maiden, be seduced, I should travel on my journey back in sorrow, and affliction and tribulation. And Solomon answered and said unto her, `I swear unto thee that I will not take thee by force, but thou must swear unto me that thou wilt not take by force anything that is in my house.’ And the Queen laughed and said unto him, `Being a wise man, why dost thou speak as a fool? Shall I steal anything, or shall I carry out of the house of the King that which the King hath not given me? Do not imagine that I have come hither through love of riches. Moreover, my own kingdom is as wealthy as thine, and there is nothing which I wish for that I lack. Assuredly I have only come in quest of thy wisdom.’… And she said unto him, `Swear to me that thou wilt not take me by force thy, and I on my part will swear not to take by force thy possessions’; and he swore to her and made her swear.”
In both accounts, Sheba slept in Solomon’s tent, and awakened in the middle of the night thirsty and craving water, but only able to find water in a jar by Solomon’s bed. Solomon had, of course, asked his servants to hide all other sources of water. believing him to be asleep, she reached across his bed for water, but he opened his eyes, seized her hand and said:
“`Why hast thou broken the oath that thou hast sworn that thou wouldn’t take by force anything that is in my house?’ And she answered and said unto him in fear, `Is the oath broken by my drinking water?Be free from thy oath, only let me drink water.’ And he permitted her to drink water, and after she had drunk water…they slept together”

The story of Solomon and Sheba from Al-Quran

When Islam was founded in the seventh century AD, there was considerable Jewish influence in Arabia. Many Old Testament stories and their Jewish elaborations were incorporated into the Qur’an.
Solomon (Sulaiman) is portrayed in the Qur’an as not only a great and wealthy king with power over birds, (spirits), animals (nature), and jinn (forces of nature), but also a prophet of God. Believing that the Queen of Sheba worshipped the sun (Aten) along side God (Allah), he wrote to her, calling her to come to him ‘in humble submission’ (Qur’an Sura 27:31). The Queen responded with a letter and gifts and set off to visit Solomon in his crystal palace.
This drawing depicts the hoopoe bird (Hu-Tehuti-Djehuti) messenger of God.

Tehuti-Djehuti (Thoth, Hermes, Gabriel, Apollo, Mercury, messenger of God)

The Queen of Sheba (Bilqis) and the hoopoe, Solomon’s messenger, a drawing
Safavid dynasty, about AD 1590-1600
From Qazvin, Iran

This drawing depicts the moment when the hoopoe bird (symbolic of Tehuti-Djehuti) delivers the letter from Solomon to the Queen of Sheba, or Bilqis as she is known in the Muslim world. Bilqis is shown reclining beside a stream, gazing at the hoopoe perched on the tree stump at the right, with the rolled letter in its beak. Clothed in a remarkable robe, covered in a ‘waq-waq’ design, and here the artist infers that Bilqis’ is a “serpent” and resembles the stream next to her.
According to the Qur’an, once the Queen reached Jerusalem, Solomon welcomed her in a courtyard with a glass floor. This was an elaborate plan to trick her into showing her legs, for according to interpreters of the Qur’an; Solomon feared that the Queen was a female devil, having been convinced by his jinn that under her clothes she was concealing the hooves of a donkey. The glass was so smooth it looked like water and the Queen lifted her skirts to avoid getting her hem wet, revealing a pair of beautiful legs. The Qur’an reports that the Queen exclaimed ‘My Lord! Surely I have been unjust to myself, and I submit with Sulaiman to Allah, the Lord of the worlds’ (Sura 27:44).

Question: what did the Queen of Sheba learn from Solomon?
Answer: The Queen of Sheba or the Ruling Intuitive Intellect in us learns that matter has no real substance; it is the result of an unreal state of consciousness and it passes away when the real source of divine consciousness is revealed. The Queen of Sheba learned that all matter will disappear when man enters into the real substance of being. Within the temporal forms of flesh we find the real life and an eternal body.

Question: in the story of Solomon and Sheba, what does the camels and the spices represent?
Answer: the camels represent the sacred inner life that we once lived as spiritual beings, and the spices represent the eternal body that the Queen brought to Solomon (the soul of man).

Question: was the Queen of Sheba happy with the answers that she received from Solomon?
Answer: yes she was, because she was now able to realize the spiritual substance idea and perceive the Truth of Spirit. She could see the importance of spiritualizing the body consciousness by declaring it for the wisdom of The Most High.

Question: what is the most important message in this story?
Answer: the most important message in this story is, whenever a question is presented to us about the character of matter, and the many points pertaining to the overcoming of physical death, we may know that the Queen of Sheba has come and is seeking to prove our spiritual wisdom with some of her “hard questions.”

Question: what does our Soul or Solomon learn about himself from the meeting with Sheba?

Answer: Solomon (wisdom-the soul of man), recognizes that Sheba (the body consciousness – ruler of intuitive intellect) is his own (wife) or his own un-illuminated being, which needs the light. Therefore nothing is withheld, but every questioning of the Queen of Sheba, the power that rules over this part of being, is fully answered.

Question: so am I correct in saying Solomon represents the spiritual knowledge of God, and Sheba represents the natural, material part of man?
Answer: yes, Solomon represents the spiritual law, and Sheba represents natural forces in our being.

Question: why did Solomon give gifts back to Makeda the Queen of Sheba?
Answer: when our natural forces in our being (Sheba) express the desire to learn the way of spirit, and are willing to pay the price for it, the desire and the willingness are in themselves admired to the fullest; and gifts (spiritual gifts) are returned with abundant increase. This law is set forth in II Chronicles 9:12: “And King Solomon gave to the Queen of Sheba all her desire (spiritual knowledge), whatsoever she asked, besides that which she had brought unto the king.” (Body consciousness)

Question: metaphysically what did the Queen of Sheba take back to Ethiopia from King Solomon?
Answer: the queen of Sheba (ruler over the natural plane) was able to take back to her kingdom that which only the King can give to her (being her other half), and that is the knowledge that there is a higher innerstanding or a brighter light that, when laid hold of by the body consciousness, will transmute and lift that consciousness to eternal spiritual substance. This is taking off the multicoloured coat of mortality, and putting on the gleaming white robe of immortality. For the Queen of Sheba or those standing on the natural plane, this is where the process begins. It starts with seeking.


Pharaoh Amenhotep III – Amāna-Ḥātpa III, and Queen Tiye source of the biblical Solomon and Sheba

Question: was Queen Tiye the source of the legend of the Queen of Sheba?
Answer: yes, if you do your own research and look in the right places you will find that Queen Tiye was the source of the Queen of Sheba legend. She was (Solomon) Amenhotep III’s wife. Tiye was a great Queen, and was the Queen of Nubia/Ethiopia and Yemen, as well as the Queen of Kemet throughout her lifetime. Queen Tiye was very wise and independent woman, and travelled extensively. Her returns to the capital from foreign lands would have been considered a grand affair, as described in the Kebra Negast, Bible and Koran.

Question: what does the name Sheba mean?
Answer: the name Sheba means “seven” in Hebrew. Seven is the number of Tehuti or Djehuty and the 18th Dynasty was the dynasty of the Kings of Djehuty. The Bible describes their covenant at the well of Beer-sheba, meaning “well of the seven” or “well of the oath.” It is a treaty between the shepherd-king Abraham and Abimelech, the king of the Philistines (cf. Gen. 26:1). Abraham gave seven lambs to Abimelech (Father kings-rulers) as a witness that he had dug the well (Genesis 21:28). (Refer to Melchizedek)
The title “Queen of Sheba” refers to the Melech-Maliks, rulers of Thoth or Tehuti,” which Queen Tiye was of that empire.

The Kemetian Neter Thoth, Djehuty or Tehuti, Hermes, Apollo, Mercury, Michael/Gabriel

In the Bible, Solomon himself is said to have been the son of Bath-Sheba (“daughter of Sheba,” i.e. the daughter of one of the Thutmose’s / Djehuty’s)
Pharaohs of the 18th Dynasty
Thutmose I (Thoth-mos I) Djehuty King – Thutmose II – Thutmose III -Thutmose IV

Thutmose I

Thutmose II

Thutmose III

Thutmose IV

In the Bible and in the Talmud, Moses marries the Queen of Ethiopia.
Numbers 12:1 And Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married: for he had married an Ethiopian woman

In the reign of Amenhotep III, the Queen of Ethiopia was Queen Tiye. After the death of Amenhotep III, she remained the queen of Ethiopia/Kemet under the reign of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten-Moses).




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EXCERPT FROM THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE PART ONE The Ethiopian Mysteries by Faheem Judah-EL

EXCERPT FROM THE TREE OF KNOWLEDGE PART ONE The Ethiopian Mysteries by Faheem Judah-EL

The Ethiopian Mysteries
“Are ye not as children of the Aethiopians unto me, O children of Israel? Saith the Lord.”(Amos 9:7)

Psalms 68:31 – “Princes shall come out of Mizrahim; Aethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto God-Amlak-Igziabeher”

“Begin all thoughts, speech, and action with Igziabeher”

The New Age teachings are very dangerous to our souls because most of their teachers take a little bit of knowledge from here and there and feed it to the curious and ignorant without their best interest at heart.
That is a great danger, and it is very sad that so many teachings avoid giving the full knowledge, or don’t have the full knowledge. There are some new age teachers who actually teach that if you simply stop paying attention to the ego, it dissolves on its own. I see them talking about it on television every day. It is very popular, but it is far from the truth. What most of these teachers don’t overstand is that matter and energy are interdependent, and cannot just be pushed to the side, it is either positive or negative in nature.

Question: what is the ego made up of in the body?

Answer: the ego is a crystallization of sexual forces that are not physical, but that are emotional and mental. Those crystallizations are within our own mind. We can call it the unconscious, or the subconscious.

Question: is the ego considered matter?

Answer: yes, the ego is a certain kind of matter, but yes the ego is matter, but not physical matter. It is matter in a lower dimension. It is a formation that traps energy, and until that matter is removed, the energy that corresponds to it remains imprisoned. You can ignore your ego all you want, but it does not go away or dissolve on its own. In order to free the energy, the matter must be dissipated. It is simple as that. This is a basic concept in physics.
In other words, what these groups teach is how to awaken the ayin in our resh, in our head, and develop insight, powers, clairvoyance, vision – but through the ego, רע Ra (RAH), impurity, and pollution. This is what we call a Seer, someone who has developed powers, but with the ego still alive. This is what we call a demon, in other words. They might look like a regular physical person, they might think they are a regular physical person, but their soul is becoming demonic because the Consciousness is awakening inside the ego, and God is not there.

Question: how does this awakening occur?

Answer: the way awakening occurs is through our use of our own energies, through our will. From moment to moment, constantly, our whole organism, psychologically and physically, we are receiving and transforming energy. We use that energy according to how we use our Consciousness. Wherever you place your attention, you are directing forces, energies, and there is a reciprocal event that occurs. When you begin to pay attention to something, you are putting energy into that and you develop a relationship with it. This is natural. It is part of how nature functions. Thus when you choose to invest your energy into being angry, or to being lustful, or to feeling a desire, or indulging in a desire, you are falling under the temptation of your own serpent, Lucifer, who is tempting that energy. You fall into that and become hypnotized by your desire. If you focus your energy on meditation, prayer, fasting, giving, devotion to family life and God, the result will manifest Good-Tov, spiritual results, or blessings in your life.

Question: where does this energy originate in the body?

Answer: good question, the function of this all occurs through the letter vav, which represents the spinal column. The letter Vav is the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. The number 6 relates to Indecision. This is where we are all the time when the serpent in us is tempting us to choose. Do we choose to use our energy, our time, our mind, our heart, and our body to serve the virgin, our own Divine Mother? Or do we use those energies to serve Lilith, Nahemah, or Jezebel, who is in us? We choose in each moment according to how we behave, how we think, how we feel, how we use those energies.
That process is happening through Vav, because that is our own spine.

Question: what happens in our spinal column?

Answer: Eve is at the base of the spine, which is where the creative energy resides: in the sexual organs. The root energy of our whole organism and psychology is in our sexual energy. When our inner Eve is tempted and uses sexual energy to feed her desire, she uses that energy and sends it up the spine to Adam, and infects the brain with the taste and lust and desire for sensations of pleasure, even if those are not explicitly sexual on the surface.

It may just be, for example, that we have a situation with someone we are envious of, and we indulge in that envy in our mind and heart; that indulgence is a usage of sexual energy, but we are unaware of it. The brain becomes addicted to that sensation of envy, and we become used to it, we start to like it, even though it is a form of suffering. This is what happens with drug addicts and alcoholics. This is what happens with people who are manic, people who are depressed. They become habituated to sensations and they start to like it. The same happens with people who are undergoing torture, who are put in jail. They become used to it, and they start to think it is normal, and they start to crave it. This is what has happened to us.
Even though we get up on Sunday morning and go to Church and listen to the WORD, go to Temple on Saturday, or go to Jumah on Friday, we come home and exhibit some of that same negative behavior that we have convinced ourselves that we don’t have. It may sound weird, and the mind says, “That cannot be,” but it is true. And when you really become honest with yourself and you start looking into your behaviors, you start to see things that you know you shouldn’t do but that you like to do, and we all have them.

Question: are you saying we are sick and don’t know it?

Answer: yes, in a certain way we are sick and don’t know it, here is an example: some of us really like to feel worried, afraid, to feel insecure, or to feel anxious. I bet you that most of us, even though we would not admit it, actually like to feel stressed because we have become used to it. Now when we feel stressed, we feel like we are doing something, like we are part of life, we are on the path to success because we are stressed out. When we feel relaxed, we feel uncomfortable, as if we are not doing our work, we are not doing something. Have you ever noticed that? When you start to really relax, you start getting worried and anxious because you are not stressed?

Question: why is that?

Answer: because we become habituated to these harmful states of being. The end result is that we suffer. We use our energies to cultivate and strengthen all these unconscious and subconscious desires, fears, anxieties, and cravings, all of that impurity that surges the mind, about which we do not know because we are in darkness. We are blind; we do not even see ourselves. Instead, our eyes are only opened to our desires. We see everything through our desires and in relation to our desires. We are so enslaved by our inner impurities that we do not even realize it. For us, life is just the pursuit of desires. That is why we suffer.
However, if we learn how to consciously use this energy, the sexual energy, then the stakes go up. Then, the game is really on. The problem is that many of the groups and movements who teach about the transmutation of sexual energy do not teach about the elimination of the ego.

Excerpt from “The Kemetic (Egyptian) Science of Action” by Faheem Judah-EL Tjeti

Excerpt from “The Kemetic (Egyptian) Science of Action” by Faheem Judah-EL Tjeti



Sent down on the heart of Faheem Judah-EL Tjeti

What is Action?


Webster’s Dictionary Defines Action: The Doing Of Something; State Of Being In Motion; The Way Of Moving Organs Of The Body; The Moving Of Parts: Guns, Piano; Military Combat; Appearance Of Animation In A Painting, Sculpture, Etc.

This Includes Hand Gestures, Sign Language, Facial Expressions, Lip Movement During Speech, Human Activities Like Walking, Running, Jumping, Jogging, Etc, And Aerobic Exercises Are All Actions. Consider A Typical Office Scene, At A Given Time A Person Can Be Performing Either One Of The Following Actions: Reading, Writing, Talking To Other People, Working On A Computer, Talking On A Phone, Leaving Or Entering The Office.

Actions Can Be Classified Into Three Categories: Events,Temporal Textures, And Activities. Motion Events Do Not Exhibit Temporal Or Spatial Repetition. Events Can Be Low Level Descriptions Like A Sudden Change Of Direction, A Stop, Or A Pause, Which Can Provide Important Clues To The Type Of Object And Its Motion. Or They Can Be High Level Descriptions Like ‘Opening A Door, Starting A Car,

Throwing A Ball, Or More Abstractly Pick Up, Put Down, Push, Pull, Drop, Throw, Etc. Motion Verbs Can Also Be Associated With Motion Events. For Example, Motion Verbs Can Be Used To Characterize Trajectories Of Moving Vehicles, Or Normal Or Abnormal Behavior Of The Heart’s Left Ventricular Motion.

The Temporal Textures Exhibit Statistical Regularity But Are Of Indeterminate Spatial And Temporal Extent. Examples Include Ripples On Water, The Wind In The Leaves Of Trees, Or A Cloth Waving In The Wind. Activities Consists Of Motion Patterns That Are Temporally Periodic And Possess Compact Spatial Structure. Examples Include Walking, Running, Jumping, Etc.

An Action Is A Causal Process Starting With The Intention Of The Actor, Mediated By The Bodily Motion, Leading To An Effect (Change Or Invariance) In The Environment. The “Observable Portion” Of An Action Is The Portion Of The Above Process Starting From The Bodily Motion And Ending At The Effect In The Environment. If The Effect Is A Purely Physical Phenomenon The Action Is Called Physical. If The Above Process Involves The Mental Process Of Another Agent, The Action Is Called Communication. As Long As The Above Structure Holds, The Constituent Movements And Environmental Changes Can Take Various Forms; They Can Be Continuous And Parallel, Repetitive Or One-Shot, The Effect Can Be Over Self Body, Etc.

The Distinction Between Actions And Motions Are Important. Actions Must Involve The Subject Of Motion, The Target Of Action, And The CausalityWhich Connects Them. Motions Involve The Subject Of Motion And Its Movement Only.

What Do I Mean When I Talk About Action?

To Think Positively, To Use Your Full Potential, And To Act Together As One Unified Humanity.

Scroll One

Tehuti, Represents Action in the Mysteries

8-ogdoad + 1 = 9 life

The Ogdoad of the Mysteries – Tehuti is the Master of the City of Eight

Begin All thinking, speech, and action within the ALL

1 Lo! All Of Ye Children Of The Most High Who Have Embarked Upon The Name Amlak, Neteru, Malawk, Eloheem, And Al Malaa’ikat.

2 I, A Servant Of The Most High, Who You Know As  Faheem Judah-El Tjeti, Has Been Sent To The Next Generation Of Kosmosans To Break The Spell.

3 I Am About To Impart Upon You The Knowledge Of Action. From The Mind, To Your Potential, To Action.

4 Know That Action Is the Manifestation Of All Things, A Special Gift From Your Ancestors, Represented By Tehuti,

5 Whom I Call Your Descendants,

6 For They Came Down To You From Above,

7 They Are Called Neteru, Who Art The Eloheem, Anunnaqi

8 And Al Malaa’ikat, The Angelic Beings,

9 The Master Of The Limits Of Time And Space (Neb-ER-Tcher)

10 Who Is Ra, Anu, On, Called El – Eloh, Allah, And Yahuwa, Amlak-Igziabeher, Theos Or God By Many.

11 All Within The All.

12 Within The Confines Of This Scroll, You Shall Seek Out The Knowledge Of Action – Manifestation.

13 Which Works With Hu -The Authoritative Utterance, And Sia – The Mind, Or Consciousness, Knowledge, Overstanding, And Perception.

14 Sia Is Complemented By Hu,

15 From Sia To Hu To Heka. Heka Is The Words Of Power,The Transforming Effect That Brings Action – Manifestation.

16 Tehuti First Brought Forth The Power Of Sound, Out Of The Mouth Of Ra, Tehuti Is The Word,

17 And The Mover Of Inert Energy,

18 Our Ancient Ancestors Taught Us Through Our Sacred Scrolls The Knowledge Of Creation By The Word,

19 (Tehuti) He Who Brings Forth Action From Mind And Thought, He Who Brings Effect. Tehuti (Action) From Cause (Heru).

Heru symbolic of Cause & Tehuti symbolic of Effect

20 In The Ancient Scrolls Of The Mysteries It Was Tehuti Who Uttered The Words, Commanded By RA (Divine Intellect) That Created The World,

21 Beloved Kosmosans Saith Tehuti (The Word) “I Am The Eternal…I Am That Which Created The Word… I Am The Word.”

22 From The Sia – Mind To Hu – Divine Utterance Came The Pre-Dawn State Of Action,

23 The Word Dwelled In The Watery Chaos Of Nun (Limitless Potential),

24 And This Build Up Of Condensed Energy (Vibration), Exploded And Expanded As Divine Sound,

25 Which Transformed This Potential Inert Energy – Matter Of Nun Into The Universe As Orderly, Differentiated, Structured, Kinetic Energies.

26 This Action Produced Objective Manifestation In The Form Of Objects, Thoughts, Forces, And Physical Phenomena.

27 Beloved Kosmosans Listen As I Explain The Attributes Of Tehuti,

28 He Is Called The Master Of The City Of Eight, Known As The Ogdad An Ancient Kemetic Word Meaning Eight.

29 Whom Among You Know What The Master Of The City Of Eight Means? The Kosmosans Will Surely Guard The Sacred Knowledge For The Future Generations,

30 What Does The Word Mean? The Word Means Action,

31 From Mind, To Thought, To Action, From The Father, To the Son, To The Holy Spirit, From RA, To Heru, To Tehuti,

32 What Is The Action Behind Your Word? Behind Every Word Lies An Action, A Shadow That Follows And Manifests Objects And Thoughts.

33 Are You A Neter Of Your Word? A Neter Is Only As Good As His/Her Word, Which Signifies The Action Behind The Word.

34 Tehuti Represents To The World The Spoken – Written Language And Knowledge That Gives Life To Action.

35 It Is Tehuti, The Divine Tongue Who Gave Names To The Neteru – Divine Beings, Angelic Beings.

36 Out Of The Divine Mouth Of Ra, The Creator, And From The Divine Tongue Of Tehuti, Down To The Neteru And Human Beings.

37 All Things Are Possible, If We Turn Our Words Into Action.

38 Tehuti Is The Force That Gives Us The Ability To Transform Our Creative Potential Into Action, Manifest Realities.

39 Ra The Creator Made It Possible For Tehuti To Act, But Action Is Not Possible Without The Will / Heart To See It Through, So Tehuti And Heru Are Forever Knotted Together,

40 Because The Will (Heru) Must Be Accompanied By The Action Of Tehuti. (The Story Of Cause And Effect) (40 completeness)

The Will (Heru) Knotted With Action Tehuti

Cause And Effect


Capsule- Think Positive Thoughts, Use Your Full Potential In Life, Be Slow To Anger, And Act With Sincere Intentions.    Faheem Judah-EL


“The Most High Is Merciful And Gracious,
Slow To Anger, And Plenteous In Mercy.”  Psalm 103:8

You Have Nine Principles That Are You

  1. Ka, This Is The Spiritual You
  2. Khu, This Is The Mental You
  3. Khat, This Is The Body You


  1. Ba, This Is The Soul You
  2. Khaybet, This The Plasmatic You
  3. Akh, This Is The Etheric You


  1. Hati, This Is Your Physical Heart Organ
  2. Ab, This Is Your Spiritual Heart
  3. Sekhem, This Is Your Spark Of Life In You


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Excerpt from “The Kemetic (Egyptian) Science of Causation” Part two by Faheem Judah-EL Tjeti

Excerpt from “The Kemetic Science of Causation” Part two by Faheem Judah-EL Tjeti


“Begin all thinking, speech, and action in All”

Question: what does acting on the universe mean?

Answer: As an Individual you may act on the Universe, and the result of this action and interaction is cause and effect. This acting is through “thought” and this thought, therefore, is the cause, and the experiences with which you meet in life are the effect.

Question: what is the best way to act on the universe?

Answer: the best way to act on the universe is by “thinking positively” and by eliminating, the tendency to complain of conditions of the past, or as they are in the present. Change is solely in our hands. We have the ability to change our thoughts and therefore manifest real positive action in our lives.

Question: can you give us an example?

Answer: yes, during meditation, begin by giving thanks and praise to the Most High, and by directing your efforts to the realization of the mental resources, which are always at your command, from which all real and lasting power originates.

Visualize, and continue to focus and practice till you come to the realization that there can be no failure in materializing any object, or desire in life, but you have to overstand your power and persist in the manifestation of the object. The “Sia” mind forces are always ready to “crystallize thought” and “desire” into actions, events and conditions.

Matthew 14:13-21New International Version (NIV)

Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand

13 When Jesus heard what had happened, he withdrew by boat privately to a solitary place. Hearing of this, the crowds followed him on foot from the towns. 14 When Jesus landed and saw a large crowd, he had compassion on them and healed their sick.

15 As evening approached, the disciples came to him and said, “This is a remote place, and it’s already getting late. Send the crowds away, so they can go to the villages and buy themselves some food.”

16 Jesus replied, “They do not need to go away. You give them something to eat.”

17 “We have here only five loaves of bread and two fish,” they answered.

18 “Bring them here to me,” he said. 19 And he directed the people to sit down on the grass. Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the people. 20 They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces that were left over. 21 The number of those who ate was about five thousand men, besides women and children.

Question: how long should we practice objective manifestation?

Answer: first we must realize that everything starts in mind, and from mind to subjective manifestation, to objective manifestation. In the beginning each function of life and each action is the result of conscious thought, the habitual actions become automatic and the thought that controls them passes into the realm of the subconscious; yet it is just as intelligent as before. It is necessary that it become automatic or subconscious in order that the self-conscious mind may attend to other things. The new actions are as follows: “WILL”, in turn becomes “HABITUAL”, then “AUTOMATIC”, then “SUB-CONSCIOUS”. When you truly overstand this, you will have found the source of power which will enable you to cope with any situation in life which may develop.

Question: how do the conscious and the sub-conscious mind work together, and what system controls them in the body?

Answer: good question: the necessary interaction of the conscious and subconscious mind requires a similar interaction between the corresponding systems of nerves. The cerebro-spinal system is the organ of the conscious mind, and the sympathetic is the organ of the subconscious.

The cerebro-spinal is the channel through which we receive conscious perception from the physical senses, and exercise control over the movements of the body. This system of nerves has its center in the brain.

The Sympathetic System has its center in a ganglionic mass at the back of the stomach known as the Solar Plexus, and is the channel of that mental action which unconsciously supports the vital functions of the body.

Question: what connects the two systems together in the body?

Answer: the connection between the two systems is made by the vagus nerve, which passes out of the cerebral region as a portion of the voluntary system to the thorax, sending out branches to the heart and lungs, and finally passing through the diaphragm it loses its outer coating and becomes identified with the nerves of the Sympathetic System, so forming a connecting link between the two and making man physically a single entity.

The Vagus Nerve

We have seen that every thought is received by the brain, which is the organ of the conscious; it is here subjected to our power of reasoning. (Re/Ra-Son)

When the objective mind has been satisfied that the “thought” is true, it is sent to the Solar Plexus, or the brain of the subjective mind, to be made into our flesh, to be brought into the world as a reality. It is then no longer susceptible to any argument whatever. The subconscious mind cannot argue; it only acts. It accepts the conclusions of the objective mind as final.

The Solar Plexus is known as the sun of the body, because it is a central point of distribution for the energy which the body is constantly generating. This energy is very real energy, and this sun is a very real sun, and the energy is being distributed by very real nerves to all parts of the body, and is thrown off in an atmosphere which envelops the body.

Question: is this known as a magnetic personality?

Answer: yes, it is radiation, or magnetic energy shining through: If this radiation is strong the person is called magnetic; he is said to be filled with personal magnetism. Such a person may contain a great power for good (tob). His presence alone will often bring comfort to the troubled minds of those he comes in contact with.

When a person’s Solar Plexus is in active operation it radiates life, energy and vitality to every part of the body, and to everyone whom he meets. The sensations of this person are pleasant; the body is filled with health.

Matthew 6:22 The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.

Question: what happens if this radiation of light is interrupted in the body?

Answer: If there is any interruption of this radiation the sensations are unpleasant, the flow of life and energy to some part of the body is stopped, and this is the cause of every illness to the human race, physical, mental and environmental.

Question: how so?

Answer: let’s look at it physically: physically because the sun of the body is no longer generating sufficient energy to vitalize some part of the body.

Mentally because the conscious mind is dependent upon the subconscious mind for the vitality necessary to support its thought.

Environmentally: environmental because the connection between the subconscious mind and the Universal mind is being interrupted.

Question: what connections does the inner sun have with the universe?

Answer: the Solar Plexus is the point at which the part meets with the whole, where the finite becomes Infinite, where the Uncreated becomes created, the Universal becomes individualized, and the Invisible becomes visible.

It is the point at which life appears, and there is no limit to the amount of life an individual may generate from this Solar center.

Question: is the Solar Plexus powerful?

Answer: this center of energy is Omnipotent because it is the point of contact with all life and all intelligence. It can therefore accomplish whatever it is directed to accomplish, and herein lies the power of the conscious mind; the subconscious can and will carry out such plans and ideas as may be suggested to it by the conscious mind.

Question: what about conscious thought, what part does it play in the Solar Plexus?

Answer: conscious thought is master of this Sun Center from which the life and energy of the entire body flows, and the quality of the thought which we entertain determines the quality of the thought which this sun will radiate.

The character of the thought which our conscious mind entertains will determine the character of the thought which this sun will radiate, and the nature of the thought which our conscious mind entertains will determine the nature of thought which this sun will radiate, and consequently will determine the nature of the experience which will result.

Question: how do we control it?

Answer: It is evident that all we have to do is let our light shine; the more energy we can radiate, and rapidly transmute negative energy, the better. We need to change undesirable conditions into sources of goodness and pleasure.

Question: this might sound silly, but how do we let this light shine; how do we generate this energy?

Answer: it’s called “Non-resistant thought”: this non-resistant thought expands the Solar Plexus; resistant thought contracts it. Pleasant thought expands it; unpleasant thought contracts it.

Thoughts of courage, power, confidence and hope all produce a corresponding state, but the one arch enemy of the Solar Plexus which must be absolutely destroyed before there is any possibility of letting any light shine is fear. This enemy must be completely destroyed; it must be eliminated; it must be expelled for ever; it is the cloud which hides the sun; which causes a perpetual gloom in body and in our lives. It can hide it’s true self as racism, hatred, sexism, and a host of other negative attributes.

Question: what is fear?

Answer: The righteous man should not fear anything: but to the material man fear is a personal devil which makes him fear the past, the present and the future. These men fear their friends and their enemies; and they fear everything and everybody. When fear is completely destroyed, the inner light will shine, and the clouds of fear will disperse and the divine man will find the source of power, energy and life.

Question: Jesus said: “I am one with the Father, but how will we know when we are one with the Father?

Answer: difficult question for most, but when you “Know thy self” you will know that you are one with the Infinite power, you will experience peace and not fear, strength and not weakness.

When you are able to consciously realize this power in your daily life and able to overcome any adverse conditions by the power of your thoughts, you will have nothing to fear; fear will have been destroyed and you will have come into possession of your true birthright.

Question: how big of a part does our attitude play in freeing our minds?

Answer: attitude plays a big part: for It is our attitude of mind towards life which determines the experiences with which we are to meet; if we expect nothing we shall gain nothing; if we demand much we shall receive the greater portion. The world is “cold” only if we fail to assert ourselves. The criticism of the world is bitter only to those who cannot compel room for their ideas. It is fear of this criticism that causes many ideas to fail to see the light of day.

Question: is our attitude connected to our Solar Plexus?

Answer: let me put it this way: the man who knows that he has a Solar Plexus will not fear criticism or anything else; he will be too busy radiating courage, confidence, and power; he will anticipate success by his mental attitude; he will destroy barriers, and leap over obstacles that stand in his way.


Knowledge of our ability to consciously radiate MAAT: peace, balance, order, health, strength and harmony will bring us into a realization that there is nothing to fear because we are in touch with Infinite Strength. This knowledge can be gained only by applying this knowledge in our everyday lives. We learn by doing; through practice as the athlete becomes proficient.


Question: how is the subconscious mind connected with the Universal Mind?

Answer: the subconscious mind is a part of the Universal mind. Out of the Universal Mind comes the creative principle of the Universe; a part must be the same in kind and quality as the whole.

This means that this creative power is absolutely unlimited; it is not bound by precedent of any kind, and consequently has no prior existing pattern by which to apply its constructive principle.

Question: how is the subconscious or the conscious mind related to Universal Mind?

Answer: the subconscious mind is responsive to our conscious will, which means that the unlimited creative power of the Universal Mind is within the control of our conscious mind, we just need to tap in to it. Your subconscious mind is like a huge memory bank. Its capacity is virtually unlimited.


The Kemetian Deity “Nun” symbolic of the place of All potential

You are the channel by which the undifferentiated is being differentiated, and this differentiation is being accomplished by appropriation. It only requires recognition to set causes in motion which will bring about results in accordance with your desire, and this is accomplished because of The Law, the Universal can act only through the individual, and the individual can act only through the Universal; for they are one – only when we raise our consciousness, use our full potential in life, think positive thoughts, act in truth and sincerity, and negate fear will we become one with the Universal Mind.


Heru symbolic of Cause and Tehuti symbolic of effect



Excerpt from The Ethiopian Mysteries, the Universal Meaning of Noah’s Ark – by Faheem Judah-EL

Excerpt from The Ethiopian Mysteries, the Universal Meaning of Noah’s Ark – by Faheem Judah-EL

Excerpt from The Ethiopian Mysteries, the Universal Meaning of Noah’s Ark – by Faheem Judah-EL
“Are ye not as children of the Aethiopians unto me, O children of Israel? Saith the Lord.”(Amos 9:7)

Psalms 68:31 – “Princes shall come out of Mizrahim; Aethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto God-Igziabeher”

Let me take one question before we start with today’s topic.

Question: what is a Jew, and what does Israel mean in universal terms?

Answer: thank you for your question: “I begin all thinking, speech, and action with the name of the Most High God-Igziabeher” I will try to give you the short version because of time: In Hebrew “Jew” comes from יהודי Yĕhuwdiy) –Judah.

Jews in their highest aspect symbolize elevating to divine ideas, or spiritual consciousness. Each individual has his formless and his formed mind, and they seem in the present race consciousness to be hostile to one another. In Scripture these are referred to as Jew (spiritual) and Gentile (worldly).

“I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.” – Revelation 2: 9

Question: then who are the real Jews?

Answer: the real Jews are the Lion’s Cubs.
“Judah, thou art he whom thy brethren shall praise: thy hand shall be in the neck of thine enemies; thy father’s children shall bow down before thee. Judah is a lion’s Cub: from the prey, my son, thou art gone up: he stooped down, he couched as a lion, and as an old lion; who shall rouse him up? The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet.” – Genesis 49: 8-10

“And one of the elders said unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book, and to loosen the seven seals thereof. And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the Seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth.” – Revelation 5: 5, 6
“Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.” – Revelation 3: 9

The real Lion’s Cubs have taken an oath, and are purified by “fire and water” (Shamayim), and are working alchemically in the transformation of mind (matter) into spirit, it is those who are aspiring to become Jews.

Question: so are you sayings the Jews we see today are not the real Jews?

Answer: No I’m not say that, many people are sincere and devout in their religious practice but authentic Jews are only the Self-Realized Masters, the Christified Ones, the ones who have transformed from flesh to spirit, which are called esoterically, the children of the lion from the tribe of Judah or the lion’s cubs. It is the fornicators that call themselves “Jews” and are not, for they belong to the synagogue of Satan, they are not lion’s cubs. I’m not here to judge other people or put anyone down; I’m here only to give you the truth so you can wake up from your long spiritual sleep. The spiritual meaning of the Lion’s Cub’s have a far deeper meaning than what you have been taught.

Question: what do you mean?

Answer: there are certain powers of the lion and powers of the lamb, both are symbolic of the nature of Christ, but the lion is a symbol of courage, fearlessness, initiative, and life. We must have courage to enter fearlessly into the “new life” and into the overstanding of new knowledge. But courage alone will not do, we must develop a reverence for spiritual knowledge, a devotional attitude to receive the fire that descends from on high in the shape of a lion. The very phrase “of the tribe of Judah” speaks of this reverential nature and attitude of the elect ones.

.Only the lion’s cubs can enter into the Heavenly Jerusalem, and the twelve tribes of Israel are related with the twelve Zodiac Orders. Leo is Judah the most exalted among the twelve Orders. Soon you will learn about the ‘Lions of Fire’ which are true providers of Divine Wisdom.

“Fire descends from on high in the form of a lion”
The Sacred Wisdom of the Lion’s Cubs is protected in the Ethiopian Mysteries

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“Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates.”–Tehuti.

Question: what and who is above creation?

Answer: The abode of human beings is known as the plane of Nasuwt, the abode of Angelic beings/Neteru is known as Malakuwt, and the Abode of Amen/The Absolute/The Source/ALL is known as Lahuwt in Sufi terminology.

Nasuwt = physical plane, Malakuwt = mental plane, Lahuwt = spiritual plane

E to H1 – Ethereal Substance – Liquid – Solid – H1 returning to E – Solid – Liquid – Ethereal Substance

Tehuti explains to us that everything spirals from internal to external, and the essential state of the Creator as (Amun/Amen) is hidden, absolute, and undefinable which first “vibrates” and then moves into a state of existence before creation which is an undifferentiated state of potential — or the primordial sea/ocean/Nun, a chaotic state. This is the process of creation, from non-vibratory to a vibratory state.

Question: what does Amen represent?

Answer: Amen is undefinable, but it is because of Amen that everything can be defined. There are two dual principles which characterize the Amen: One is the principle of Mind, the other is the principle of Matter. (Mind over Matter)

Amen the hidden one + Ra the creative force = Amen Ra

The principle of Mind (Sia) is itself dualized into Consciousness and Will. Consciousness represents the passive polarity, and Will the active polarity, of the same essential quality. The principle of matter may be seen as a continuum, which should be called Energy/Matter, because “matter” is but one side of that continuum, which is “”

Tehuti – Heru, Passive polarity – Active polarity, Tongue – Heart, Heru is the Divine Word, which is spoken by Tehuti

Question: is this knowledge scientific or spiritual?

Answer: to the ancient Kemetians of the African Nile Valley their was no separation between man and the universe, or the subjective realm and the objective manifest realm. Everything comes from the unseen to the seen, and returns from the seen to the unseen. (Refer to H1 to E – lecture by Faheem Judah-El)

If we look at sphere 0 above the Tree of life, the essential quality of Mind is a state of bliss, salaam, shalom, peace, hetep, the Kemetian word for a state of unshakable inner peace. The essential quality of matter, at Sphere 0, in the state of Amen, is that of pure Potential, which means it is inert, an has not displayed any motion at that time. The Hindu word nirvana also characterizes the state of Amen, and means, literally, “no motion” (nir = “no” + vana = “motion”).] no vibration, no “things”, therefore no space, and no time. There is also no light, since light is a vibration of particles, and there is no motion.

Question: what does vibration and motion have to do with the mind?

Answer: good question, think of the mind as a clock, and the pendulum of the clock represents your thoughts as energy/matter, as the pendulum swings from left to right your mind through thoughts are in constant motion, it is when the pendulum reaches its apex and pauses, and changes directions or changes energy, that the mind rests, or reaches a state of stillness for a brief moment. This is known in meditation as “the space between your thoughts”, a state of Amen, or Nirvana, a timeless state of peace, and stillness.

Question: does everything vibrate?

Answer: yes, everything vibrates, the great Neter Tehuti has taught humanity that not only is everything in constant movement and vibration, but that the “differences” between the various manifestations of the universal power are due entirely to the varying rate and mode of vibrations. Not only this, but that even THE ALL (The Absolute), in itself, manifests a constant vibration of such an infinite degree of intensity and rapid motion that from the naked eye it may seem to be at rest. In 1942 the brillant scientist Dr. Nikola Tesla said, “If you want to find the secrets of the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.

Question: what does vibrational rates and energy have to do with spirit?

Answer: the whole of the Universe is energy and of each basic element of the atomic chart consists of energy at different rates of vibration.

Question: what makes each element different?

Answer: the difference between any two elements is the difference in both atomic structure and vibrational rates. On the physical plane you are vibrating at a rate that is different then the rate on the spiritual plane. There is a frequency or vibration of energy that fills the Universe. This energy is essential to all living cells, human, plant, and animal.

Question: how do we utilize this energy?

Answer: we utilize this energy with our minds. Every thought is transmitted by this energy, and every aspect of physical life depends on this basic energy or power of the Universe.

Question: can you explain our spiritual connection with energy?

Answer: positive energy is very important for spiritual growth, and spiritual growth is our ultimate purpose and reason for being alive on this physical plane called (Ta) Earth. Each individual must learn how to utilze this energy for spiritual growth and development. If we use this energy constructively we can raise our level of consciousness, and vibrational rate or frequency, remember, every individual has a different rate of vibration.

Question: are you saying negative energy vibrates at a slower rate than positive energy?

Answer: yes, it is much denser. All of man’s earthly problems are created by his thought projections. What we project from our mind in the form of thoughts, we create and receive.

Question: i’m a religious person, but what do I need to do to develop spiritually? Answer: spiritual growth requires infinite love in your heart, and the elimination of negative thoughts, which dissipates the Sekhem, “the life force” or vital energy.

Question: can you give me an example of how elements correspond with the names and attributes of God?
Answer: sure, there are five planes of evolution, and the plane of force:
1. Nasuwt – material plane
2. Malakuwt – mental plane
3. Jabarut – astral plane
4. Lahuwt – spiritual plane
5. Hahuwt – plane of consciousness

Let’s take an apple for example; when man bites into an apple he receives nutritional value from that apple, but that apple is first created in Lahut or on the spiritual plane, and is sent down to Jabarut the astral plane where it is projected, and on down to Malakut or the mental plane, from the mental plane it passes through the plane of force where it receives its nutritional or spiritual values. After this chemical assignment of the elements take place, the apple is sent down by way of a seed to the physical plane of Nasuwt where it becomes sustenance for human beings. This process begins with Rahman-Grace, and Rahim-Mercy two attributes of God. Everything that is given to humanity originated with HIS 99 names, these attributes correspond with the elements, and hold special powers. They have special functions in the creating and maintaining of the worlds. The 5 planes also correspond with the development of humanity:
1. Adam – the ordinary man – cognitive man
2. Insan – the wise man
3. Wali – the holy man
4. Qutb – the saint
5. Nabi – the prophet

The chemical elements of the periodical chart corresponeds with the many Kemetian Neteru as attributes within ALL.

Question: can you gives us an example?

Answer: let’s take a look at Het Heru, “Netert of the Universe.” Het Heru is the scientific equivalent of the element Hydrogen-H1, the first element. hydrogen and helium account for nearly all the nuclear matter in today’s universe. It is clear that hydrogen/Het Heru and helium make up 98% plus of the ordinary matter in the universe. Het Heru/Hydrogen produces Helium (He), Het Heru gives birth to Heru-Horus or Helios-Helium which is the Sun.

The Netert Hathor-Het Heru -Hydrogen

Question: does modern science have similar views on energy and vibration?

Answer: Modern Science has proven that all that we call Matter and Energy are but “modes of vibratory motion,” and some of the more advanced scientists are rapidly moving toward the positions of the Kemetians who hold that the phenomena of Mind are likewise modes of vibration or motion.

Question: what is Universal Ether?

Answer: I expalined this in a lecture called from H1 to Ether. Universal Ether, takes us back to “Nun” of ancient Kemet. the substance from “Nun” is not clearly understood by scientists, but held by the ancient Kemetians to be but a higher manifestation of that which is mistakenly called matter, which is Matter/Energy/Force at a higher degree of vibration.

Question: what is the substance called?

Answer: it is called “The Ethereal Substance.” The Kemetians taught that this Ethereal Substance is very elastic, and pervades universal space in all directions, serving as a medium of transmission of waves of vibratory energy, such as heat, light, electricity, magnetism, etc. The teachings are that the Ethereal Substance is a connecting link between the forms of vibratory energy known as “Matter” on the one hand, and “Energy or Force” on the other; and also that it manifests a degree of vibration, in rate and mode, entirely its own.

The Neter “Nun” of ancient Kemet, symbolic of the chaotic ocean, potential substance – “Ethereal Substance.

The Ethereal Substance is a connecting link between the forms of vibratory energy known as “Matter” on the one hand, and “Energy or Force” on the other; and also that it manifests a degree of vibration, in rate and mode, entirely its own.

Question: how does an object or person move from an hydrogen state to Ethereal Substance?

Answer: that is not easy to answer in such a short time frame, see my lecture called from H1 to E, but when an object reaches a certain rate of vibration its molecules disintegrate, and resolve themselves into the original elements or atoms. Then the atoms, following the Principle of Vibration, are separated into the countless corpuscles of which they are composed. And finally, even the corpuscles disappear and the object may be said to Be composed of The Ethereal Substance.

The ancient Kemetians taught that if the vibrations were continually increased the object would mount up the successive states of manifestation and would in turn manifest the various mental stages, and then on to the Subjective or Spirit realm, until it would finally re-enter THE ALL, which is Absolute Spirit. The “object,” however, would have ceased to be an “object” long before the stage of Ethereal Substance was reached, but otherwise the illustration is correct as it shows the effect of constantly increased rates and modes of vibration, on higher planes.

Question: does vibrations influence the development of our “higher senses”?

Answer: ancient Kemetian “Nebs” Masters taught that all manifestation of thought, emotion, reason, will, desire, mental state or condition, were accompanied by vibrations, a portion of which are thrown off and which tend to affect the minds of other persons by “induction.”

Question: what is induction?

Answer: induction is the principle which produces the phenomena of “telepathy”, mental influence, and other forms of the power of mind over mind, of which we all have, to a certain degree depending on our vibratory rate.

Question: did the common people see this as a form of magic?

Answer: magic is a western or foreign term, the ancient Kemetians of the African Nile Valley knew that the Principle of Vibration was the underlying source of the phenomena of the power manifested by the (Nebs) Masters, who were seemingly able to manipulate the Laws of Nature, but in reality, were simply using one Universal law against another; one principle against others; and who accomplished their results by changing the vibrations of material objects, or forms of energy, and thus performing what seemed to be magic, but in reality was the science of vibration.

Hotep, Salaam, Shalom, Peace in ALL

“He who Overstands the Principle of Vibration, has grasped the “Was Scepter or Scepter of Power.”

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