Sankofa Trinity Of Understanding Life Through Mirror Image Metaphors1. Spirit-Soul of Life (spirit-energy metaphor) 2. Ankh of Life (physical matter mirror image) 3. House of Life (womb metaform where spirit-soul & matter mix blend transform).
There Are Only Two Truths About LifeEverything is a form of the Two Truths which are a form of the Great Mother.
Within this Universe we are in, the Universe of The Great Mother, it takes two to tanga. First Truth and Second Truth. Strong & Weak, First & Last, After & Before, Female & Male. Each of these twin pairings and more, are in the Great Mother from the beginning. The Great Mother is Oneness & Duality. She is Singularity and Plurality, The One in Many and the Many in One Creation. Everything is a form of First Truth or Second Truth or some combination of the two. Each creation, whether one or the other or in combination, varies and changes to some degree in cycles of dynamic balance. Sankofa is reminding us to go all the way back and fetch understandings of self before we came into this human form.
Understand self as vegetation, elementals and all other life forms. Go back and fetch Words which proceed out of the mouth of The Only One and learn who we are as Word is born and transformed on and on and on. There is only One who transforms into Many. The Universe is not primarily or majority a human Universe and neither is Earth; therefore, fuller understandings of life and existence must be contextually based on the non-human so we can recognize both sides of human reflection in the truth of non-human mirror images.
Once we are able to understand the science and technology of the all else in self, then perhaps we can get over ourselves and understand the human process that brought us from One human pair in one place to Many humans in many places. “We must go back to the Proto-Aryan beginnings, which are Egyptian or Kamite. In Africa we find these things next to Nature where we can get no further back in search of origins. Egypt alone goes back far enough to touch Nature in these beginnings, and, as so often to be said in the present work, Egypt alone has faithfully and intelligently kept the record.” (AE1 30/40)