666

Nkosy Light

Greetings dear ones, I am Nkosy Mkhize of Light Family. As I continue to sit in your feet in honour and in love. I am of service to you with great gratitude and esteemed honour for what you are going through in these difficult times of transition.

During the live session that was held on TikTok platform on the 30th September 2022, someone asked me to explain about 666. Today’s message will be unpacking the secret meaning behind 666.

But before we begin, allow me to say the following:

There is one reason for all of our existence on Earth: we are in lesson for the purpose of raising the vibration of the whole. This is the overall reason, and is not fully explainable to us at this time. Our endeavours while in lesson create energy through our incarnations and subsequent elevation of the Earth consciousness (MASIZAKAZI)…

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A Confluence of Ideals

“This Temple of a Million Years, whose construction is mentioned on the walls of the Temple of Karnak, must therefore, be the same as the Temple of Solomon. This has to be another historical exclusive – a first-hand account of the building of the Temple of Solomon. Once more, this gives us strong evidence that Sheshonk/q I was none other than Solomon himself – but if this is so, then we ought to be able to find some further similarities between the reign of King Solomon and the parallel reign of Sheshonq I. In fact th, there are some additional and striking similarities and these can be seen when comparing the Biblical book of Proverbs with the ancient Egyptian papyrus known as Instructions of Amenemope.” – page 201, Solomon, Falcon of Sheba by Ralph Ellis

With this background, I would like us to explore the various biblical verses that offer some insights into the geopolitical as well as religious enmity between the peoples of Egypt and Palestine/Israel, the relationship between Ancient Egypt and the Biblical Israel has always been a nuanced and complex one. It has been further complicated by the overzealous fascination of so called enlightenment era Europeans, mostly Christians, who even though being late arrivals to the story of the Levant and North Afrika, appear to have captured those stories and manipulated them towards their own racist ends. Nevertheless, there have been many great contributions to the telling of that complicated historiography made by some of the so called Egyptologists, orientalists and wide eyed explorers. We shall try to be as objective or open-minded as possible when dealing with their research findings. We will strive to be less subjective even though the story we are telling is actually the story of our Ancestors, for it has been made abundantly clear that not only was Egypt and much of the so called Middle-East part of the vast ancient Ethiopian empire, but it is by all evidence part of a more expansive Black-Afrikan history. Objectivity is actually an illusion when it comes to such retellings of history, when we work towards uprooting the years of lies, we will necessarily state some not so popular opinions and some of them will be sustained by factual evidence.

Inkonzo Yezinkondlo

Bathi ake siphawule

Kuthiwa isimo sitshekile

Enzansi kuyantula nabantu baxakekile

Izizwe zikhemile nabahlakaniphileyo badidekile

Bathi ake siphawule

Thina abangasibheki nakusibona kasibonwa

Engani bona bachemile bafundile bagogodile

Kepha bebhekile imiphefumulo ichithekile

Okwetiye emasosweni eminikelo ezinkonzweni

Bathi ake sibeke amabili noma amathathu

Ulimi lwethu balwazi lusokile lucolekile

Namazwi ethu enothile

Kepha nxa siphefumula basihleka usulu

Kulalelwa abadumile nabaculile ngisho noma becwilile

Ezinkanukweni nasegazini lemizimba yezimpofana

Bathi ke ake siphawule ngobhubhane nemihelo yezingane ezizithwele

Kepha uma siphawula bathi siyahlambalaza

Namagama esiwaphimisayo kawaziwa umsuka

Asisibo yini abengabade nabasemandulweni?

Amanzi esiphethu angalifundisani idwala?

Amanzi asempophomeni alufundisani uthingo?

Isiwula singatholani emgodleni wabakhaliphileyo?

Poetic

Adapt or perish

South Afrika is engaged in the emerging conversation about a Just Transition from fossil fuels towards renewable energy. There is concern that the conversation, although cognisant of the need for inclusion still remains generally high level and thus misses the explicit participation of those that are most affected by the effects of industrial pollution, industrial degradation and in a general sense, climate chaos. While the advocates for a just transition state that interactions between social and ecological ecosystems are at the centre of climate cc hanger adaptation, it is not yet clear how community based adaptation is being implemented.

Writing in a publication sponsored by the Presidential Climate Commotion (Expert Perspectives: Supporting a Just and Climate-Resilient Transition in South Africa), Independent Researchers Fonda Lewis and Dr Michelle Browne observed: “As primary users of natural resources, and those often most affected by environmental drgradationz women have a key role to play in management and decision making, yet they often remain largely passive and excluded. The effectiveness of land and natural resource use management is weaken r by lack of participation by women. This essay highlights the need to harmonise culture and tradition with gender equity goals in the governance of a ecosystems and natural resources, and to develop a deeper understanding of the importance of empowering women to enhance adaptive capacity.”

These are indeed noble ideals and it is truly an imperative to prioritise women in the work ahead, but how do we effectively challenge and transform the status quo …

Black Lives …

We do not reach enough readers as Black writers. The potential readers we write for and about are hardly interested in hearing about their wretchedness, our collective soci0-economic death. The Black women we wail for and worship at our altars of poetry, lyrical supplications and tearful prayers, are not there to listen to our cries for forgiveness, for understanding for making a revolution together. They are at the plantation, at the grinding stone, the marketplace and at the streetlight crossing the streets with our babies in their bellies, their backs and in both their hands, while heavy loads are on their heads …

Of course some are driving their hard earned sedans and SUV’s to ad from that hard earned job or business where they spend their hard earned time evading Black-Tax and the perennial toxic Black man …

Others are happily thriving while barely surviving the madness called the New Dawn, since they survived the Africanist Renaissance and its perils …our collective mortgaged lives spiralling on an anvil of hope, greed and antitrust while love languishes somewhere between the sacred silence and sleep …

Eswatini Protests

La Nkosi Writes

The ongoing protests for democracy which were once peaceful took a turn for the worst, the killing of the innocent has begun, and the silencing of voices is now in full swing

The only absolute monarchy in the African continent is in shambles due to the reign of a power hungry and greedy king.

The #EswatiniProtests came to be after MPs who are advocates for democracy asked the government to rethink its system and adopt an approach that catered for the people of Eswatini allowing them the chance to elect their own Prime Minister, they suggested constitutional democracy which would exclude the King from actively participating in politics. After these submissions were made in parliament citizens in other constituencies embarked on a nationwide petition delivery which urged the rest of the MPs to investigate this issue.
When this seemed to be gaining momentum the parliament banned the delivery of petitions…

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Our Zulu Gods (Amadlozi akwaZulu)

Nkosy Light

The history of Humanity is very long. Some people think that the seat of civilization, the seeds, the beginnings, might indeed center in places like Indus Valley (ancient Pakistan, India, Afghanistan). That where they have found very old civilization. Yet that’s only the history of this phase of civilization. Humanity has had 5 starts of civilization. We sit in civilization no 5. Its about 10 000 years old.

The Zulu Nation Gods are powerful and have been there since the beginning. There are 8 Gods that Prime Creator (Menziwakho konke) put in place to assist the Zulu nation ancestors to help the people on Earth.

The Name Zulu comes from a word Zulawhich means Traveller.

Zulu people believed that they originated from “Space‘, and the name Zulu does not mean Sky but rather “Interplanetary Space”. The word Zulu has to do with travelling. Zula used…

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Empress Tallowah

A Rastafarian Empress from Soweto shares her insights

La Nkosi Writes

Mine is to filter out the rhetoric and propaganda, so that we children of the soil can form opinions based on logic and reason. Not through those summarized and scripted tales presented to us.

Nkosy Light

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AMNTE NOFRE (Amentet Neferet)

Ancient Egyptian Religion