Monday, March 22, 2010

Cultural Literacy, Africa, the Masons and Washington D.C.

What does Africa and the capital of the United States of America have in common. What is a Tekhen? What is an Obelisk? Do you know where to find these things in the Nation's capital. Come take the hidden tour of Washington, moving back through time to truth. (Video).

If you are like most Americans you are Culturally Illiterate regarding the founding and founders of America and their connection to Masonry and the study of Classical African Civilization, Kemet (Ancient Egypt). It is amazing to note that the founders knew that Cultural Poisoning had been so effective that they could place this important information in plain view and no one would be the wiser.

Let's go to the video tape (Part 1 of 3)

As I watched this remarkable video set (prt 2&3 of 3) and listened to the honorable Dr. Jeffries and our tour guide, it struck me how the powers that be (founders) assumed that the masses were asses and would never figure this out. They knew that only those that knew, would know, so there was no need to hide anything.

Think about this for a second, in Kemet everyone knew the Tekhen (Greeks called it an obelisk) and Heru maket (Greek Spinx). All the citizens of Kemet were raised in the context of the Central Worldview (African). Their Cosmologics was common knowledge and they understood the standard metu neter (writing - Greek Hieroglyphics) of their time. Fast foreword to today, and note that most citizens of America are clueless regarding this great legacy left to the world by the shiny ones (ancestors).

I can not tell you how many times I have been to Washington D.C. on business walking through the halls of congress, my name in the Smithsonian institute and having no Idea about the hidden African tour of Washington. How many people live in and/or visit the capital today and still do not know the full reality of what they see.

As the young people say, if you didn't know, now you know. Each one teach one. Keep Cultural Literacy alive. See Akhet Tours for more info.

1 comment:

Aunk said...

My brother inlaw Dr. Vega first told me about the African tour of Washington after taking his students on the tour.

So you can imagine my supprize and joy finding this three part series that I can share with my readers who my not be able to get to the Nation's capital.

I hope you have found the article informative.

Wishing you cultural health, wealth and happiness.

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