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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Spicy Neteru


Ausar is the good guy, and Set is the bad guy. This type of thinking force-fits Kemetic psychology into a relatively primitive mental framework that is rooted in Iranian Dualism.

None of the gods and goddesses of Kemet are good" or evil any more than the powder seasonings in your kitchen cupboard are good or evil.I wouldn't put cumin in a chocolate cake mix that I am going to bake, but that doesn't mean that cumin is inherently bad. It just means that if I factor it into my culinary equation then I may not get the sweet answer that I am looking for. 3+X=7, but the value of X might just be the god Set.

The spiritual sciences are for taste makers. Religious thinking is for their consumers. I'm dishing food for thought. Don't let it go to waste. But also learn how to cook, instead of just stuffing your face.

Kemetopia: Ancient Kemet seen through a Hip Hop Lens


Kemetic theology and high spiritual culture, is in many ways, an early antecedent to the modern hip hop aesthetic. Hip hop, in its original intent, involves taking bits and pieces from a wide variety of musical soundscapes to create something exciting and new.

Ancient Kemetic spiritual psychology is an amalgam of many spiritual traditions from West, Central, South and East Africa. Kemet is a remarkable synthesis of African thought, just as hip hop music at its best is a remarkable synthesis of Black musical traditions.

Saying I fuck with Kemet, but not Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria, Mali, the Congo, Kenya or South Africa is like saying My favorite rap songs of all time are 'Kingdom Come,' by Jay-Z and 'Cant Touch This' by MC Hammer, but I can't bring myself to appreciate 'Super Freak' by Rick James.

When I started listening carefully to the original songs that my favorite hip hop tracks were sampled from, it gave me a deeper appreciation for the artist's whose work was being sampled. Many of these artists are long dead, which makes hip hop sampling a form of ancestor worship. Please note that the word worship has more than one definition, and may simply mean to “revere.

Listening to the power-source root recordings of Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and many others trained my ear to the point where I now have creative sampling ideas that have never been utilized (to my current knowledge).

I can listen to songs from any genre of music, and point to specific sections of a song that can be looped to create a new and potentially powerful auditory experience for the listener. I can intuit where to cut into the nucleus of a song to release the atomic energy inherent in the track. Now I need to learn how to use ALL of the technology that allows me to actualize what I hear in my head (lol).

At any rate, following the Kemetic way for real means that you have to develop the kind of mind akin to a classic hip hop producer's. This is different from the mind of a hip hop consumer with a big Ankh chain and a long Kemetic name to over compensate for a small Kemetic mind.