The Sidereal Calendar is based on the cycle of the Septet Star (bottom left of photo) of the Orion Constellation. The Septet Star has the most stable rhythm of all the stars we can perceive.
WHAT DO YOU THINK of when you hear the word time? Do you think of H.G. Wells and the “Time Machine”, the movie “Back to the Future,” “The Time Travelers Wife,” or some other fantastical reference to this notion of “time?” In truth, we usually do not think of time unless we are running out of it or have some other important event in our life that is related to it. Obviously, this notion, “time,” is important to our existence. Yet we hardly give it a first, let alone a second, thought. We live our lives according to seven day weeks and twelve month years, but we don’t question where the names of those days and months come from. Perhaps something is wrong with that. Perhaps our lack of desire to think about time is not as accidental as we may like to believe.
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The modern education system is presented as the authority on education.
THE MODERN SOCIETY has placed itself at the top of the educational platform. The modern leaders have now taught the inhabitants of the world their ways. People have set it as their goal to study in the modern educational system to have all the answers to their questions about life answered. When the people get their degrees, they walk around with their heads held high. They feel accomplished as if they now have the ability to navigate the world around them. They have adopted the tools, resources and answers for everything life presents to them from the modern society. When presented with other information, they immediately can counter it with what they have gained from the modern educational system or close their eyes to what is presented. Any seeker of knowledge should know it is wise to take in consideration any information that they are presented.
A human being’s brain cannot invent. This is very important to understand. If we would try to conceive of an idea, plan, action, object, etc., it will present something our brains had exposure to. When we think, we access our experiences and exposures we had in our past. If we were never exposed to a certain idea we wouldn’t be able to think it up. Let’s say you wanted to learn to sail a boat. You never sailed one before so you would be blank on the idea of how you will do it. Only after you experience it will you be able to perceive the thought of how you sail a boat. Another example would be if you were told to create a color that has not been seen before. You would have a very hard time trying to think of one. Your brain will only pull from existing colors you know. You then will mix the colors in an attempt to create one. It will lead you to reveal a color you’ve never seen before. You still couldn’t say you created the color for it already existed before you. You just found it.
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Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan (left) and Barack Obama, President of the
United States (right) shake hands during the 2012 NATO summit in Chicago.
On May 19th – 21st 2012, Presidents and Prime Ministers from 61 countries and the leaders of the United Nations (UN), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and European Union (EU) gathered in Chicago for the NATO Summit. In our previous issue (volume 10.3) we described the conflicts between the legion of police standing guard over the NATO Summit and those who were protesting it. This article will address the underlying issues that have lead to these conflicts. We ask that the reader,/to? exercise an open mind to what will be presented and to avoid having an emotional response to it. Keep in mind this is a report based as much as possible on facts and the analysis of facts and is not intended to denigrate any of our fellow human beings. We only wish to inspire humanity to honestly work towards a better world for all living beings.
NATO is a political and military alliance comprised of 28 countries including most of Europe, the United States, Canada and Turkey. This alliance was formed following World War 2 in 1949 at the beginning of the “Cold War” under the perceived threat from Russia and the USSR. The ideals promoted by NATO; freedom, democracy, peace, security, etc. seem like beneficial and worthy goals. However, as Master Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig always used to say, people can tell you whatever they want about themselves, but if we want to know the truth, all we have to do is look behind them at their history. Let us take a look behind some of the current activities of NATO. In the statements published during this year’s summit in Chicago, many of those activities were mentioned. Let’s look at some of them.
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For the common consumer, there is no way to know whether food, plants or seeds we buy at the store are genetically modified or not.
Kemetic wisdom states that, “One does not hire a madman to help you go fight your enemy. Once your enemy has been defeated, who will that mad man turn to destroy next?”
This proverb reveals a dilemma that every individual finds himself in today: Honesty prevents us from even attempting to deny that we are all suffering under the weight of politics. A system which provides a context for individuals to do whatever is necessary to maintain or acquire power is a system of potential madmen. In addition, a society designed around its monetary system becomes even more dangerous. Hopelessness becomes overwhelming when we observe the ‘monster in the human heart’ that has grown inside such a society. This dilemma affects every aspect of our lives and even life itself on Earth.
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On the day of the 19th of Tehuti, we got gathered, the God’s brought us. They said, “Okay, you said you wanted to be Divine Beings, you want to do all to get close to us, right?” We said, “Yes.” “So, these are the commandments for you, 77 of them. Obey them, and stay pure, behave right. Inspire yourself from our world.” We celebrated that. We got the guidance, we got the Divine guidance.
Hmm, now. We have now something to compare. That’s where our notion of good and bad came from. Good is what takes us close to the Gods. Bad is what takes us away from the Gods. So, the idea of being good and bad is not a personal speculation. Just like how your religions have brought it like everybody is born knowing what is good or knowing what is evil.
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