Sunday, January 1, 2017

Pyramids were an old African tradition, they were mountanes for the Gods

Now this is a real interesting find.Yesterday I made a post about a prehistoric hominid group who buried its dead in caves, that had tunnels and chambers,just like the Pyramids, and you could directly see the connection.

Today I asked a member of the Kikuyu tribe to give me a run down of their religion, and upon further research I found some very interesting connections.

In Kikuyu religion Ngai is the creator and giver of all things, 'the Divider of the Universe and Lord of Nature'. He gave birth to the human community, created the first Kikuyu communities, and provided them with all the resources necessary for life: land, rain, plants and animals. He - for Ngai is male - cannot be seen, but is manifest in the sun, moon, stars, comets and meteors, thunder and lighting, rain, in rainbows and in the great fig trees .Yet Ngai is not the distant God that we know in the West. He had human characteristics, and although some say that he lives in the sky or in the clouds, they also say that he comes to earth from time to time to inspect it, bestow blessings and mete out punishment. When he comes he rests on Mount Kenya and four other sacred mountains. Thunder is interpreted to be the movement of God, and lightning is God's weapon by means of which he clears the way when moving from one sacred place to another.

Now check this out

Other people believed that Ngai's abode was on Mount Kenya, or else 'beyond' its peaks. Ngai, says one legend, made the mountain his resting place while on an inspection tour of earth. He then took the first man, Gikuyu, to the top to point out the beauty of the land he was giving him.

So with that being said, did Ancient Egyptians create Pyramids to be the resting place or the Human made mountains of the Gods on Earth?

Also notice when I cover religion, what the name for their Gods are, they normally sound close to Nigger. For instance Neter=god in Egyptian, Ngai=the god of Kikuyu

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