Friday, April 18, 2014

Ankh the Womb of life and the Queen Mother Goddess of the Natural Kingdom

The Queen Mother Goddess is the Earth
Ankh: The Kemetic Womb of Mankind and Symbol of Eternal Life

The Ankh is pure Feminine Energy. She represents the Queen Mother Goddess

Ancient Mother Goddess
The adoration of the Queen Mother/Goddess can be recorded as far back in time as the hunter Gatherer Gnome societies. The Queen mother was supreme.  She held the all of the wealth and knowledge of the cosmology of the Gnome. She was Griot- the Melanin Memory bank of creation.

The Willendorf Goddess represents Gaia, Mother Earth in all her raw and fertile beauty. Her proud stance and her great- nurturing breasts, are one of the earliest spiritual images of the Mother Goddess.  This is a powerful reminder that there is an older standard for feminine beauty.

Venus of Wellendorf
The Queen Mother goddess was thought to have conceived her child from the sun!

The sun was considered the “Savior of the World,” as it rose and brought light and life to the planet. It was revered for causing seeds to burst and thus giving its life for plants to grow; hence, it was seen to sacrifice itself in order to provide fertility and vegetation. The sun is the “tutelary genius of universal vegetation,” as well as the god of cultivation and the benefactor of humankind. When the sun “dies” in winter, so does the vegetation, to be “resurrected” in the spring.
Many have heard of the Amazon Warriors. In 1861 Bachofen published his radical thesis that the Amazons were not a myth but a fact. In his view, humanity started out under the rule of womankind and only switched to patriarchy at the dawn of civilization.

These were select Women who provided security and protection for the Queen Mother.  There was a time when women procreated alone. There were no men born unless by choice. So men were a choice that womankind promoted through parthenogenesis and selective birth. Initially, men only served as drones around the Queen. The first born Sun was titled Nsdbity (Son of the Sun.) This reminds me of a passage from Sojourner truth’s Recitation of  “Aint I a women?” which states, “Where did your Christ come from? From God and a woman! A Man had nothing to do with Him.”  Only the Nsdbty would be selected by his young queen to be her visor and consort. All of the storehouse of wealth and knowledge would be passed down from queen to queen. So the daughter would inherit the Land, Animals, and all Personal Property, of which, she would pass on to her daughter or Granddaughter.

Although the Ankh is a symbol of the womb of life and eternity, many are still unwilling to embrace the full power and force of this symbol of pure feminine energy.  Many are still spreading a false patriarchic notion of the phalaus to dilute and diminish the essence of the Ankh eternity.

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