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Friday, November 14, 2014

Definition | Gods, Goddesses, Africans & Females Of Thought
Unity Consciousness #12

Why We Use The Word,”Thought”

It's good to be able to think and have thoughts. It's also good to understand why the word “thought” is used to describe this mostly mental activity.

The word “thought” comes from the name of the Greek God Thoth.

The Greeks got all their Gods & Goddesses from Kemet, now called Egypt. The original Kemetic name for Thoth is Tehuti. In Kemet, Tehuti had a dual identity. This balancing identity was, of course, female. The Goddess Seshat is the female equal to Tehuti, thus to Thoth.

This means, not only is the foundation of thought, African, it is also just as much a feminine quality and ability as it is masculine. This is of no surprise since the Creator is both feminine and masculine.

This also means, each time we feel good about our ability to think and have thoughts we are giving honor and praise to “Thoth,” the Greek God of Thought who is actually both Goddess Seshat and God Tehuti.

Due to one-sided male imbalance, the Greeks chose not to include the female aspect of one of the most powerful deities. Thus, the Greek way of thinking is unbalanced thought.

This explains what has followed in history up to the present. Greek culture and way of thinking, has formed the basis for European culture and way of thinking. It has replaced the African male as an originator of thought and only considers the African female as a tool and weapon.

Greek thinking also explains why even the European female has had much trouble in receiving respect and achieving equality in her own home and religion and remains the original second class citizen.

These situations with the African male, African female and European female are to be expected since, if you are not represented at the highest levels in the heavens of your religion or spiritual philosophy, neither will you be on Earth. As above, so below; As below, so above. As your thoughts go, so it will also go – temporarily.

As always, give all things more thought:
Neter: Tehuti
It should come as no surprise something as foundational as “thought” is named after a Goddess and a God since the foundation of Creation and Universe are based on the female/male principle.

With this in mind, balanced thought honors Seshat/Tehuti. Imbalanced thought honors Thoth.

It is a good thing to have thoughts balanced with female energy and male energy so we may be as Goddesses & Gods Of Thought. - - Sš3t/Tšw8t

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