Did you know? Fluoride — a trace mineral which is added to certain toothpastes and the public’s water supply — is a neurotoxin when consumed in excess. Despite this, it is recommended by powerful government figures and the American Dental Association (ADA). Fortunately, it seems at least one common ingredient is beneficial at clearing it… via … Continue reading This Natural Root Can Remove Fluoride From The Brain — Era of Light
Spread & Questions from OracleArchives What are your most important characteristics? 9 of Cups – It serves as a guide towards my own emotional satisfaction. As I become more comfortable with the deck, my messages will become more accurate for myself and others. I must be careful not to take on a sense of smugness. … Continue reading Deck Interview w/Quantum Tarot 2.0 – AstreauxBytch
Part of the problem with new beginnings or starting over and rebuilding the self is using the past as one great reference point rather than a study session in a series of many.
New lessons propelling me toward growth. Clarity has been gained. My confidence is growing again.
Today, I'm in a better mood although my childhood friend and Instagram both implied (rather similarly) that I've got nothing to lose in reaching out to LOML in an attempt to clarify the issues that led to our falling out. I believe my fuck-ups and the perceptions of them were not really in line although … Continue reading My Life, the Hashtag
After writing about LOML, I feel kind of melancholy realizing I'm capable of the love I was given by him in my own way, but unable to express it to the one person most deserving of receiving that from me. I know now that my expectations of this person being "the one" create the feeling … Continue reading Worthiness & Purpose Pursuit
“Why do Western scholars refuse to publicize that the basis of the Kemetic spirituality is that the human soul cannot die?
Because it is a direct contradiction to Western religious belief that there is only one individual who has survived death. When in truth, we all survive death. In other words, the Supreme Being does not have one son and does not favor one particular group of people. We are all Children of the Divine because we are all gods and goddesses having a human experience. Westerners know that if people accept this concept, then people would cease relinquishing their power to external forces and instead take responsibility for their lives and salvation.”
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Have you ever wondered why filmmakers continue to make ridiculous sci-fi horror movies like X-Men Apocalypse, The Mummy and other films about the Kemetic/Kamitic (Ancient Africans of the Nile Valley) suggesting that they worshipped idols, glorified the dead and/or were fascinated with the end of the world? I mean have you ever thought about how Kemet was the greatest civilization in the ancient world, yet Western religion and filmmakers tell us that these ancient people who lived for thousands of years and taught the Western fathers of thought, did not know there was a Supreme Being and they worshipped the dead? That’s ridiculous and does not make sense does it?
When we really study ancient world history we find that Kemet/Kamit is considered the greatest civilization that existed because it was the longest standing African society and the most influential culture in the history of the…
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