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Live Dark Matter

By Metaphysics, 2009 [Notes added by 7M.]


Melanin in its most concentrated form is black (Kemet). KEM means black (KEMet) It is black because its chemical (KEM) structure will not allow any energy to escape once that energy has come in contact with it. This gives us an insight on Dark Stars and Black Matter.

It actually is not as “cosmic” as you might think. [Most] of the universe is what we previously thought of as a vacuum, as “outer space”. We now know, and I am quoting mainstream science, that this “outer space” even exists in the “inner space” of all things and we call it Dark Matter.

Think of what we were taught in school about atoms. All things are composed of atoms. Within the atom, you find electrons, neutrons, and protons… but, most of what you find is the same stuff you find in most of the Universe… Dark Matter. Some kind of stuff, some kind of matter, which is everywhere, and in everything. [This] “thing”‘ which is omnipresent (everywhere) and omnipotent (can not be created or destroyed). And, it is based on a structure which science has given the same name that the sages of ancient Kemet used to refer to the Creator… Atom. Continue reading

Metu Neter – Amen

Amun AmenMETU NETER Vol. 1, Pg. 212

Amen means “concealed”. It is the Kamitic counterpart of the term “Subjective”. It corresponds to the essential nature of the Supreme Being, which is the same as the essence of Man’s being. It is our unmanifested, unmanifestable, unconditioned Self – That which is the ultimate source of life and consciousness. It is the unseen and unseeable that looks out into the Objective Realm of spirits, thoughts, feelings, and physical phenomena. Continue reading


AmenThe word amen  (“so be it; truly”) is a declaration of affirmation found in the Bible. Its use in Judaism dates back to its earliest texts. It has been generally adopted in Christian worship as a concluding word for prayers and hymns. In Islam (Arabic: آمين‎, ʾāmīn), it is the standard ending to Dua (supplication). Common English translations of the word amen include “verily” and “truly”. It can also be used to express strong agreement, as in “amen to that“.

Amen is also considered to be a derivative of the name of Continue reading

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