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Excerpt from 

MAA AANKH 

Volume Two

By Derric Moore

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Heaven & Hell Is A State of Mind

Now I want you to pay very close attention to this, because following your ba or listening to your Osar does not mean. That if you intuit and try to resolve a problem that you have no knowledge about, that a solution will suddenly appear.  For instance, if you have never been to medical school did your residency and never practiced medicine. You are not going to intuitively receive information about how to conduct an open-heart surgery because there is no physical outlet for your spiritual current. Even if you did receive such information you would not know what to do with it.

This is a clear sign that you are either being influenced by Set or you have encountered Set, because you shouldn’t have to struggle and force anything approved by the Divine to happen. Note, I didn’t say work hard, but struggle. The difference is when you struggle and try to force something to occur in your life.  It is like trying to make someone love you, that does not have any interest in you at all. This also corresponds to acting, living and behaving from your sahu and listening to your Set.  When this occurs you function from a very low frequency, which causes you to become anxious, angry, fretful, depressed, worried, etc. because you ego is driving or influencing your ab – soul.  This is the reason TASETT is symbolized as an upward pointing triangle to remind us that everything that we physically see, due to our ab – soul being extroverted, is an allusion created by Set.  

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Figure 10: Mental State of Hell

When we are being influenced by Set, we feel an elevated blood pressure and the flow of adrenaline because these are all signs of a heighted beta state of awareness. TASETT points towards Ra, which represents midday – the hottest time of the day, physiologically marked by anxiety, agitation, quickness in thoughts, the desire to act violently, etc.  At this position, we are basically in a mental state of hell and this is why when people are totally controlled by their Set they commit heinous crimes.  

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Figure 11: Mental State of Heaven

There is a saying that “with every vision comes provisions,” meaning that when you get the insight to do something. You will have all the necessary supplies to make it happen, which is why KAMTA is symbolized as downward pointing triangle pointing towards Amun Ra, which symbolizes the cool, collective and highest level of awareness. It is a reminder that when we introvert our awareness and rely upon our ba – the indwelling intelligence or our Osar. All of our needs will be taken care of. KAMTA we must remember is unlimited and we know that we have encountered our Osar when we feel a deep state of peace, relaxation and resolve, along with the desire to be diplomatic, which is basically a mental state of heaven.

It can therefore be concluded that the only way to ascend to heaven, you have to be at least familiar with it in mind.


We Are All Called

In essence what this means is that we are all called to fulfill a higher purpose because it is our duty, purpose, dharma or what the Kamitians called maa. The thing is, that we all have different callings. All of us are not called to do the same profession, but we are all called to help improve the lives of others.  We are all called to be problem solvers and to enrich the lives of others with our unique purpose, our maa, because we are all children of the Most High. We just need to decide which path we want to take to answer the Call.

Most of the time when people hear or read something about a Calling they automatically equate it to something religious and spiritual, like being called to be a preacher or a shaman, because our contemporary Western society divides our reality into spiritual and secular categories. But, in actuality, the Calling can refer to any profession and anything that is long termed. For instance, you may be called to be a teacher.  You may not be called to be a musician but instead a songwriter or music producer. You just never know unless you overcome your fear and reach out on faith.

Before we proceed, it must be understood that the Calling has nothing to do with your dreams. The Calling always has something to do with you overcoming a problem or some destructive experience, which occurred because of a change in consciousness and awareness. It can be a traumatic event that took place in your childhood or something as simple as seeing an individual victimize and deciding to take a stance against it.

The way it happens is that one-day you are going about your business say for instance, walking down the street where you routinely pass a park.  At the park you see some guys on the playground that you think are peddling drugs. You think nothing about it, so you go about your business. The next day, you walk down the street, pass the park and see the same guys on the playground peddling drugs.  Again, you don’t think about it, so you continue on your way. Day after day, you go through the same routine and the more you pass by the park and see the playground, the more you wonder about the guys at the playground. Then something clicks. One day while walking down the street and passing the playground you begin to wonder why aren’t any children playing there and you notice how dangerous the environment has become. Something inside you begins to spark and begins to make you imagine how this playground could be a better place.  This is how the Calling begins and at this moment you can do one or two things. You can either ignore the Call or you can follow the spark within and try to make the playground a better place.

So you see the Calling doesn’t just refer to some epic change in whom we are. It can be anything that strikes a chord with us and compels us to take the initiative to make life better for all. A prime example of how a following the Calling can take a little event and turn it into a worldwide phenomenon can be seen in the Rosa Parks story. Whether or not she was the first minority in the Jim Crow south, to refuse to give up her seat to a white patron is not important. The significant point about her story in regards to the Calling is that she got tired of seeing an injustice being committed and decided to do something about it.

Now, here is a scary thought. Imagine what would have happen if Rosa Parks never answered her Calling. Imagine how different the world would be if she had chosen to stand or go to the back of bus as usual. 


Excerpt from 

MAA AANKH 

Volume Two

By Derric Moore

We Are All Called

We have all heard people talk about how an individual is called but who is the one doing the Calling? Before answering this question first let’s discuss a few things that have been occurring to help us understand this phenomenon.

In recent years, there have been a lot of reports from all around the world, about peoples’ guardian angels appearing to them in a time of need. Many of these stories are astonishing, as people had indicated how their life was spared due to their angel intervening on their behalf. The interesting thing is that when these people tell their tales of how they avoided an accident, were awaken in the middle of the night and escaped a fire or even led down a corridor on 9/11 before the towers crashed. They don’t all describe their angels as being some winged figure with a halo hovering in the ether.  Many have indicated that their guardian angel was a deceased loved one like a loving grandparent, aunt, uncle or someone they were close to in life.  Others describe these guardian angels as bright and blinding orbs of light.

But it makes one wonder, why do these angels appear only in dire circumstances.  Why when we are in danger do these mysterious beings appear out of nowhere to give us guidance and direction? Is it possible that these ethereal beings could further assist us and take a more prominent role? Well, I found the answer to this question in the Story of Osar. 

If you will recall that when Set first usurped the throne no one directly opposed him as he spread terror throughout the land.  This part of the story is an allusion of how we give into our lower spirit – our sahu – whenever we refuse to take responsibility for our actions and what’s wrong in the world. Whenever we tend to look the other way or take a blind eye and ignore what is going on. We are just as guilty as those who support Set in his actions.  When we finally decide to oppose the enemy this is when we receive divine assistance in fighting Set.

The Story of Osar indicates that every action we take has its consequences. This is very important to understand because when we deny that evil exists in our homes, communities, organizations, etc. We invite evil to take a more active role in our life, which hinders our spiritual transformation. Our refusal to fight evil on whatever level encourages the Confederates of Set to take up camp in our lives. These conspirators are what most people refer to as the bad angels, which the Kamitic thinkers called aapepu, metaphorically described as being venomous snakes and worms. When however we choose to stand up against Set – our deeds, feelings and thoughts have a positive consequence, which encourages the good angels to come into our life. These good angels are what the Kamitic thinkers called aakhuAnchor (our ancestral spirits and spirit guides) and netcharu (guardian angels).

Now when some people first hear this, the first thing they ask in disbelief is, “How is all of the suffering in the world their fault or the result of an individual’s thoughts?”  The short and sweet answer is that our thoughts generate our actions, which is why it is so important that we raise our consciousness. When we do not and we refuse to accept responsibility for the ill, it will contribute the problem.  But, still this answer does not explain how and why evil exists to most people. The reason is because our sahu was programmed to help us to survive by learning and mimicking others.  In its attempt to learn from others, it also tries to solve problems but this is not its purpose, which is why there are thousands of theories that exists about one subject. We have to learn that in order to resolve some problems we need to hand it over to the wisest part of our being – our ba. The only way to do this is by focusing on the solution and not the hows and whys.  When you focus on the hows and whys, you give power to the problem and not the solution. I have never met anyone that avoided becoming ill by focusing on how and why they become ill.  I have on the other hand, met a number of people have become healthy by focusing on improving and perfecting their health.

What this means is that the one calling us to do better is a combination of factors. From one perspective, we can say it is God, on the other hand since our benevolent actions and behaviors causes our good angels – our aakhu (ancestors) and netcharu (guardian angels) – to take a more active role in our life.  It can be said that our angels our calling us, so that they can manifest themselves physically through us. I on the other hand, personally think that life calls us and the reason is because it is how we set it up. That’s right, we called our self.

You see keeping in mind that what makes us divine is that we have an ab – soul, which gives us free will or the ability to make choices and decisions. So, prior to being born into this physical world, we made the decision along with God, our aakhu and netcharu to have specific obstacles set up by Set in our life in order to accomplish certain objectives. I imagine we all met in the spiritual realm and God stated that something needed to be done because it is part of the Divine Plan and the Divine asked, “I need a volunteer?”

So, we chose to be here and this became our destiny or maa, but in order to accomplish the goals that God had set.  When we were born into the physical realm, all memory of our destiny had to be erased, in order to be fair to ourselves. If memory of our destiny were not erased, our life would be like playing a set of fixed games that we know we are going to win. It would be boring because we wouldn’t have any challenges or real opposition that we need to overcome in order to win the game. We would know everything that is going to happen before it happens.  So we are born into this physical realm with a clean slate sort of speak. While those on the other side, such as our aakhu remember our destiny because they didn’t have it erased from their memory. This is why we need God, the netcharu and our aakhu, but at the same time God, the netcharu and our aakhu need us to fulfill the task we promised to do. 

 

Excerpt from 

MAA AANKH 

Volume Two

By Derric Moore

Creating Sacred For Your Guardian Spirits

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Figure 16: Spiritual Pot for Netcharu with Guides

All spirits need a place to reside and the second shelf of the het (spirit house/altar) is reserved specifically for your netcharu. Along with this, your netcharu would most likely prefer a pot to define his or her personal space. Besides providing a residence for the netcharu, the pot is basically a living amulet consisting of spiritual forces that have been awakened and empowered in order to improve the life of its owner.  The pot itself consisted of an odd number of ingredients that may or may not include precious stones, dirts, herbs, rocks, plants, sticks, shells, lodestones, coins for attracting money, dice for luck and anything else that the spirit requested. The possibilities are endless and for this reason I cannot write specifically what it is that you need without personally knowing you or being familiar with your spirits. So, below are general instructions to aid you in this process.  The idea is that when you make a pot for the netcharu, in essence you are creating a charm. For instance, you are not building an Npu, you are making a charm designed to help bring you general luck. Therefore, there are certain things that you have to do to keep it charm so that it continues to bring you general luck and so on.

For those of you wondering how this particular system came about, it has to be remembered that when the Europeans shipped the Africans to North America. Unlike the captives shipped to the Caribbean and South America who managed to bring sacred objects belonging to their sacred spirits from their homeland to a foreign land where practicing priesthood members had already begun modifying their tradition to meet the new circumstances, thus making it possible for the various Afro Caribbean and Afro Latin traditions to exist today.  It is because of the valiant efforts made by these brave individuals that it is said in places like Brazil and Cuba; some of the orishas came to the Americas to be with their children. Early African Americans however were not as fortunate.

Early African Americans had no sacred objects to cling to and no community with priests and priestesses.  What sacred rites and traditions they had were destroyed when slave-owners on a whim decided to sell their slaves, which separated the family as the member was shipped to another part of the country.  The only thing early African Americans manage to retain from their homeland was all inside of their heads. Because a picture is worth a thousand words, as stated earlier the Kongo Cross became the most important and valuable glyph.  Through it they were able to inscribe it on the ground, on pottery and basically anywhere they pleased to create new contacts with their sacred spirits.  Relying on memories from the past and borrowing from the surrounding cultures, they found a way to rekindle this connection, which led to the creation of spiritual altars that acted as spiritual doorways and attracted “any spirit” that was willing to work for its keep sort of speak. 

Now, I am aware of the different spiritual systems that use spirit pots but this is the spiritual technology I discovered draws upon the early African American memory jar tradition and their use of buckets, which they have been using for quite a while. While the Native American aakhu Black Hawk typically requests to be placed in a bucket. I remembered when I was in Jacksonville, Florida meeting a spiritual worker that had another Native American aakhu on a clay platter specifically for blessing money and patrons that came into her store, whose name wasn’t Black Hawk.

There is also mention in The Spiritual Churches of New Orleans: Origins, Beliefs and Rituals of an African American Religion, by Claude F. Jacobs and Andrew J. Kaslow, of various spirits that resided in buckets like Kind Uncle, Aunt Peggy and Little Brother.  Two interesting things about this practice, which reveals the origin of the tradition, is that the word “uncle” appears to be a corruption of the KiKongo word “nkisis” (medicine/charm), which is a container (incorrectly called fetishes) that served as resting places for various spirits. The second is that some equated Kind Uncle with the Hruaakhuti equivalent Catholic Saint George, who defeated the monstrous dragon.

The beauty of this tradition, which reveals the creativity of our aakhu, is that the pot can be made out of any container such as a bottle, jar, etc. It is extremely versatile, which is the reason it continues to survive. For instance, a conch shell provided it is has been legally obtained makes an excellent pot for Oset and can be inconspicuously placed in one’s dwelling, without anyone ever knowing that it is the home for a spirit.

            Returning to our subject at hand, the pot basically consists of all of the netcharu’s personal objects and gives them (and the spirits that work under their guidance) the space needed to do their work. Everything on the pot or inside it is both owned by the netchar and used as a tool to assist them in completing a task in KAMTA or is under their direct influence.  For instance, my Npu (Sebek or Anubis in Greek) besides having a decorated statue in his honor has a red and black flashlight, a knife, and a compass among other things. As I had mentioned in my previous works, my Npu likes to travel in style and enjoys “bling” because one day I went outside of my house and found near the doorstep a red and black-chromed toy hummer. Coincidence?  I think not considering I also found a red and black toy four-wheeler. Who else plays with toys and their colors are red and black; No one but Npu.

At this time I will like to mention that your netcharu will ask for various objects like this, and if you can get them by all means do so. Your netcharu are aware of your shortcomings and will not ask you to do something that will endanger your life or the life of others. Again, this was the purpose of the previous exercises. There are a lot of spirits in our universe and just like people some are good and some are bad. It is your job regardless if you choose to work with them or not, to determine which spirit you choose to listen to. But, when a spirit asks for something that you can easily obtain, which doesn’t compromise your principles. Your sahu will ask…

”How is that possible? What does this have to do with me? How will this help me to get what I want, etc.?”  

My advice when these questions arise is to ignore them and do not entertain them at all. It is a trick from Set to deter you from creating a miraculous way of life. You have to learn that one of the important keys to creating a magical way of life is recognizing your limitations. You will not understand or be able to explain everything that occurs in KAMTA, which is why it will always remain a mystery. Just like you can’t explain why when your flick a light switch the lights come on, which is why it is best to accept that some things must remain a mystery and move on. Not only is it better this way, but it makes life more interesting.

To create the pot is a very lengthy process, but a very personal and powerful one.  Here is where your aakhu come into the picture, which is why I stressed that they must introduce you to the netcharu. If not you will end up having a spiritual pot with no “spirit”, no “anointing.” It will not inspire you or anything, so you have to be introduced by your aakhu.


 

 

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