Saturday, 5 November 2016

Bandlet of Righteousness

The world's first religious principles are written by the Kushite, King 'Ori' (right & wrong). However taken from Ifa Sacred Poems was a story about "Ori" (head) the king of the body. Ori (head) was the only divinity that broke the kola nuts that Orunmila kept at his shrine. Ori's wish was for a permanent abode (home) and plenty of followers.

Upon hearing the news of the finally broken Kola-nuts, all the other divinities agreed, (since they all tried to break the nuts) that the "Head" was the right divinity to the Kola-nuts.

Almost immediately the hand, feet, body, stomach, chest, neck etc, each of which before then had distinct identities, all assembled and decided to go and live with the Head. Together, they all carried the Head high above as the king of the body. It is on account of the role-played by Orunmila in his fortune that the head touches the ground to defer and revere to Orunmila to this day.

The most fascinating collection of sacred texts is without doubt the "Bandlet of Righteousness." Among the contents is the awe-inspiring 'Scrolls of Life', (MASHAFA HAYWAT) in Ethiopic and the 'MYSTICAL NAMES OF THE PERSONS OF THE TRINITY' (TERGUAME FIDAL) in Amharic. Bandages of parchments were used to wrap the dead as part of an ancient tradition linked to the belief that they will assist the wearer to come forth on the day of Judgement.

Parchments were also used as amulets. Upon which were inscribed spells, mystical symbols, crosses and figurines to ward off disease and sickness in men and children. It was use by women as protection especially for miscarriages and abortions caused by evil spirits to ensure safe delivery.

Those accused for the illegal removal and theft of these sacred items are now also accountable for misguidance. They even erroneously suggested that the stolen loot of parchments, now located in many inaccessible vaults of several libraries, museums, and universities constitute the famed ' Lafafa Sedek.'

However these hold very little in common with the authentic 'Scroll of Life; which has the claim of being written by the hands of the Creator. It was conceived to protect the deceased from mutilation in the grave and the awful fire in Hell. This scroll serves as a key to attain everlasting life in paradise. This fact links it directly with the 'Pert Em Hru'. This is also known as the 'Egyptian Book of the Dead', of which the best-preserved copy is the 'Paprus of Ani' and dates to the Eighteenth Dynasty of Kushite regents (1575 B.C.E.) in Ta-Meri, while other copies are dated from as early as the Fifth Dynasty.

The ancestors of the Christians of Sudan and Ethiopia were the ones who established an ancient culture that eventually exported civilization to the north (i.e. Tameri/ KMT) since 3500 B.C.E. This was done under the leadership of a regent known only by the name ‘SCORPION’.

In the year 270 B.C.E. Ptolemy Philadelpheus commanded African-European High-Priest of Sebenmytus, Manetho, to "Write a Complete History of Egypt." "Manetho's History" was the first to divide Egyptian experiences into Dynasties, all of which he placed securely in the Great Library of Alexandria, Egypt.



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