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  • SankofaMAAT posted in the group Afrikan Spirituality

    4 months, 1 week ago · updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    I’m happy to see Notre Dame going down in flames, and so close to Easter. Is this a ritual by the wazugus (and there overseeres) to buy them some time before the anahilation of their reign, a sign from the unseen rhealms (Afrikan spirits included) of the end of the age of religion (or neither)?

    While on the subject does anyone know of the origins of Ishtar? Which to my understading is the diety that Easter was named after

    • Yeah, chickens coming home to roost. Haven’t researched into ishtar.

    • aka Inanna in Sumer? I’ve only read whatever is easily found online. If there’s no older story of a deity that goes to the underworld then it’s the story on which is based the Ceres/Persephone/Pluto Greek myth except Ishtar dies and is resusitated. Her death/descent is used to explain winter and she is alive/back = Spring.

      And Al-Aqsa mosque burned down on the same night as the cathedral. Interesting.

    • SankofaMAAT, I thought I was the only one who had the thought that the scales of justicie were creaking toward balance in the case of Notre Dame. Ase’ Obadele’.

    • Easter was named after Eostre, an ancient Saxon deity. She is connected to Astarte, whose shrine was at Byblos.
      And the name “Astarte”is another form of the name “Ishtar.” “Ishtar ” was Babylonian for “star. Ancient Babylonian writings have described Ishtar as a Lawgiver, Righteous Judge and Destroyer. All of these goddesses are connected with the older Kemetic Netcher known as Hathor.

      • Thank you Shade for the detailed response and others above for there liking of the symbolic fall of chrstianity.

        @Shade you seem to have studied some occult knowledge. What would you say this event represents? I’m still challenged by what the “underworld” meant in ancient times. The duat in KMT still seems a bit of an enigma more so when crossed referenced with Babylonian mythology such as Eostre and Asarte.

        How different is the meaning of the underworld in ancient civilizations? Is the underworld simply under the surface of earth, or is this merely a superficial understanding of a deeper meaning? That is knowledge /rhealms beneath the apparent or surface.

        I could go on but I welcome any thoughts or input.

        • Thank you.
          The Duat is the Kemetic realm of the Dead. That’s where Ausar lives since he’s the Netcher who represents Death and Resurrection. He can prevent Death’s decay from affecting a dead person’s body. He also represents Truth. So, the Duat is also a realm of Enlightenment.
          Some of the other cultures viewed the underworld as a physical underground region. The Kemetic people viewed Death as another level of Existence.
          The Notre Dame fire seems like a sign that further displays the declining significance of Eurocentric dominance. This also seems like a manifestation of Karma due to the social injustices France historically brought upon various peoples of the Diaspora.

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