Re: Word/Power, Goddess
Posted By: of ma'at In Response To: Re: Word/Power, Goddess (Alafia87)
Date: Thursday, 31 March 2011, at 9:33 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Word/Power, Goddess (Alafia87)
Apologies to the presumption ragarding your name. I perhaps missed your gender in your introduction of yourself to the board.
First, we have to be distinct about if we are talking about the Kemetic "culture" or the Kemetic "empire". I was referring to "empire". EVERY empire rises and falls. The reason is the application of Nature/Netjer. In order for an empire to exist, it must in essence violate balance. Something must be deficient in order for something else to be proficient. So if a group of people gather and hoard matter or energy from others, there becomes a distortion in this otherwise harmony of this energy. This has been proven both spiritually/metaphysically and scientifically.
*******I don't know of any law of the Goddess Mahata (Maat) that says if something rises it must fall. *******
There is no particular distinct written law of Ma'at that I can refer to that specifically states that something that rises must fall. Actually, it is a logical conclusion based upon observation and experience.
Can you name anything that has risen that has not gone back down from whence it came?
But, in the context of Ma'at meaning BALANCE, it is pretty obvious that there is no extremity that does not have its opposite/converse.
Let me ask you, when you refer to the "77 laws of Ma'at" are you referring to the complete overstanding of Ma'at or the 'Declarations' written by and pertaining solely to humans?
You do know that Ma'at applies to every facet and speck of matter and energy in the Universe, right?
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