Beware of Egyptian Mythology

Beware of Egyptian Mythology. It could be just as dangerous to Black people’s Spiritual development as religion is.

Most Black people who are embracing Afrakan Spirituality, Black Consciousness, and Afrocentricity are turning to Egyptian mythology as a core belief system. In one sense they are correct because Egyptian mythology is the origin of the three major world religions, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. In another sense, it could be a deception that will lead to further psychological corruption.

The problem with embracing Egyptian mythology wholeheartedly is that Egyptian mythology has numerous flaws and just like all major world religions, it should not be taken literally. The culture and achievements of ancient Egyptian society remains one of the most advanced and influential cultures to ever exist on Earth.

The legacy of Egypt reveals that the ancient Egyptians were able to gain a level of understanding of reality that most societies today have yet to be able to achieve. There is evidence that they used Electricity, developed advanced architecture, as well as advanced medicine and medical techniques.  

They also had intricate knowledge of the Stars, Planets, and Moons as well as the seasons of the Earth. Unfortunately, they became preoccupies with trying to achieve immortality in the physical instead of being satisfied with Spiritual transcendence. This led to the corrupting of their Spiritual belief systems.

This major flaw ultimately led to the downfall of Egyptian society as Pharaohs spent their whole lives preparing for their deaths. They also demanded that all their servants should follow them into the afterlife. Even those servants who didn’t want to die were put to death upon the passing of a Pharaoh.

Egyptian mythology is a powerful alternative to religion however, Black and Afrakan people wishing to use Egyptian mythology as a Spiritual belief system must not get trapped into trying to re-live the past. Instead, we must learn to extract Wisdom from past knowledge and use that Wisdom to build a better future for the Afrakan race.

This is the prerogative of the HERU Interface. We know that although our ancient brothers and sisters in KMT were able to develop amazing architecture and achieve extensive knowledge of Life and reality, they ultimately ended up on the wrong path, which also lead to their ultimate demise. They could not recognize or accept the duality of existence, the physical and the abstract and how the two can co-exist but can never become one and the same thing.

The Abstract essence of the universe is Pure Dark Energy. These energies are what science recognizes (in-part) as the Electro-Magnetic Spectrum. They cannot exist in the physical but they act to manipulate physical matter through the forces they generate within and around Matter.

The Physical essence of the universe is much more familiar to us because it is what reacts with most of our Senses. In other words, physical reality is tangible Matter. Humans exist as a duality; we are both Abstract and Physical. Our Mind is our Abstract quality while our Brain and Body are our Physical quality.

Our physical bodies will ultimately die, at which point we will lose the ability to interact with the physical world. We will no longer be able to see, hear, taste, touch, or smell but for some reason our ancestors in KMT as well as religious people today somehow believe that our physical bodies will resurrect in some kind of heaven. The HERU Interface says no; our physical bodies will not regenerate after death.

The HERU Interface has both historical as well as futuristic connotations. It is historical in that it pays homage to an Afrakan concept that goes back thousands of years. And it has futuristic connotations in that it recognized that although belief systems may not be real, they can still be useful tools.

Knowledge however gained, will always have subjective implication. Some people will accept it and some will reject it because they are unwilling to change. We know that belief systems are important to instilling structure within a society. When those belief systems don’t make sense or are not beneficial to the health of a society, we must be willing to change them.

Egyptian mythology is a great alternative belief system but due to its obvious flaws, we must beware of taking its traditions literally.  

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