Kemetic Oral Secrets

topic posted Thu, April 29, 2010 - 12:53 AM by  Zion


II apologize in advance if this is in the wrong forum or if it's already been asked and answered.

What was the attitude of our people in Africa in regards to oral sex? I know we're free to pursue anything but was this practiced amongst our people in Africa before we were kid napped and brought to this country and colonized in Africa. Was a man performing oral sex on a woman and a woman giving a man head looked down upon in our ancient society? I ask this question because I don't want to get hounded by religious zealots on farrakhanfactor and I respect the vast knowledge of Africa and specifically Egypt so I respect your opinion and knowledge.


LOL!!! I respect your sentiments in re religious zealots, beloved, and it doesn't really matter what category you ask your question here. I know you are a sincere seeker of information, wisdom, understanding, and knowledge, beloved, and you don't let your religious-affiliation or love of the Teachings of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad impede your progress in these areas and I commend you for this.

In regards to your inquiry, which is a good one, our people in Africa did many things that were not written down. You don't find, or rarely find, writings that deeply covered our ancient erotic customs ("erotica"), beloved, though there were many erotic customs. Our people were not into writing things down, at least on paper. Our ancestors wrote things down on the paper of their minds with the dark blue colored secretion (ink) from the Pineal Gland.

Today we call this the "blue print" which exists before the actual thing is revealed outwardly or externally. Our ancestors utilized the griot system. We were strictly word of mouth people. Mothers taught their daughters "erotic secrets and mannerisms" or the elder women (so-called crones) would teach them.

Fathers taught their sons about "erotica" pertaining to females. Our ancestors knew Universal Law and knew that there was a Law of Sexual Gender and dealt with it accordingly.

In re oral sex, oral sex is an acient custom. It existed in Kemet (ancient Egypt) but was really limited to royalty or those who were in the esoteric "know" of sexual secrets. It wasn't big to the masses of the people. You see, there's exoteric sex and then there's esoteric sex, which is spirtual sex that deals with spiritual ecstasy and bliss in addition to physical ecstasy and bliss.

When you/we overstand that Solomon and Queen Sheba of the Bible really did or did not exist as real personages in history and that maybe the writings ascribed to Solomon (and Sheba) were none other than the writings (love letters) of Akhenaton and Nefertiti (Symbolically), you learn that oral sex was practiced in ancient Kemet but it was not widely a practice as it is today in the U.S. where people are just outright sexually addicted and perverted and are desperately in need of instant pleasure to combat the stresses of everyday life in the U.S. matrix stemming from social and cultural iatrogenesis.

Let's look at it, beloved. In The Song of Solomon (which is ancient Kemetic erotica), Akhenaton and Nefertiti are engaging in some beautiful erotica, including oral sex:

?ÄúAs the apple tree among the trees of the wood, so is my beloved among the sons. I sat down under his shadow with great delight, and his fruit was sweet to my taste.?Äù Song of Solomon 2:3

Now what do you think Queen Nefertiti was talking about? "His fruit was sweet to my TASTE!!!" "I sat down under his shadow!!!" Think about it! Of course you have to use imagination becuase of the erotic symbolism and metaphorical language. Decoded: FELLATIO!

?ÄúThy two breasts are like two young roes that are twins, which feed among the lilies.?Äù Song of Solomon 4:5

Akhenaton knew that the breasts were one of a woman's 12 moon centers or errogenous zones!

?ÄúAwake, O north wind: and come, thou south; blow upon my garden, that the spices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruits.?Äù Song of Solomon 4:16

Now what do you think Nefertiti was saying here??? This is an aoutright invitation for Akhenaton to perform CUNNILINGUS on her.

?ÄúI am come into my garden, my sister, my spouse: I have gathered my myrrh with my spice; I have eaten my honeycomb with my honey: I have drunk my wine with my milk: eat, O friends; drink, yea, drink abundantly, O beloved.?Äù Song of Solomon 5:1

???? Figure it out!

Akhenaton went down on his queen and drank her precious milk snow which enhances Sixth Chakra (3rd Eye) activity. Now you know the religious zealot cannot handle this!!! Even if I attributed all this to Solomon, a so-called prophet of God, would create a ruckus! We like sex today but the ancients didn't??? Get real! Taking the story literally,

?ÄúI went down into the garden of nuts to see the fruits of the valley, and to see whether the vine flourished, and the pomegranates budded.?Äù Song of Solomon 6:11

Undoubtedly ORAL SEX!!!

?ÄúLet us get up early to the vineyards; let us see if the vine flourish, whether the tender grape appear, and the pomegranates bud forth; there will I give thee my loves.?Äù Song of Solomon 7:12

?ÄúI would cause thee to drink of spiced wine of the juice of my pomegranate.?Äù Song of Solomon 8:2

Juice???? Ejaculate???? Could be, beloved!

So as you can infer from the above, our ancient ancestors did practice oral sex, they just kept it clean, sacred, and respectable. It was a sacred act just like all other sex acts. Not like today where a woman will straight give you head never considering if you washed your john or took a shower or bath in the morning; or where a male will eat a female out never even wondering if she's on her period.

There was sex and then their was secred sex. Every ancient people had their erotica, be it the Kama Sutra, Tantra of Sex, Tao of Sex, or a manual of sexual magic. The Bible is full of sex. That's why Christians are so sex-crazed and don't really know why. Their religious text is full of sex but it's confusing because the Old Testament prescribes sex (all kinds of sex including incest) and then the New Testament condemns it, creating sexual confusion and guilt. Osho came along a freed the religious male and woman from all this religious hogwash!

Religious people (Christians, Muslims and Jews) have the biggest sexual hangups!!!!

Sex is just as godly as praying or performing eucharist (if you think God has anything to do with these practices).

I trust the above sufficed your inquiry.

Peace, Good Brother!
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