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Discover D'Jedi (Jedi)

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The "Djedi" were the "stable ones"--wisdom keepers of one mind and one spirit who, as initiates of the Ausarian mysteries, comprised the living, terrestrial body of the archetypal, celestial Ausar. Contemporary Djedi are self-selecting regenerators of cosmos. They are those who, regardless of race or creed, are awakening to mission in service to the planet and the epochal imperatives of stability, continuity and regeneration.

alignment2012.com/djed.html

Originally the Djed represented Netjer: Ptah who was called "Noble Djed", but later on it came to represent Netjer: Asir. Djed pillars were painted along the bottom of the coffin to symbolize "becoming Ausar" in the after life and associating the deceased with the royal house of Khem/Kemet. Netjer: Asir was known as the "Djedi" (see the resemblance to Jedi?).

The Djedi were called "the stable ones" who were entered into the Order of Asir (see Moira Timms Djed History). As she says they are the "wisdom keepers" being the physical representation of Asir on Ta/Earth. The Djedi come forth during the changing of the cycles (sun cycle, moon cycle...) in means to stabilize a chaotic planet & set everything to order before the coming or with the coming of the "New Age". As the celestial Asir resurrects so must the physical Djedi (Asir-ites) come forth...

kemeticelementz.virtualave.net/djed.html

We, too, have equal opportunity to make it or break it. The discoveries emerging from Egypt, describe the existence of a world wide pyramid temple system in prehistory, mounted like antennae on the key energy meridians, which were employed by ancient priest- scientists as a musical system to stabilize the tectonic plates of the planet... cataclysmic geology at it's finest. From the mother tongue word JEDAIAH, meaning "the way of the Word" or "the power of the Word", the ancient JEDAI (is this where Lucas got his inspiration for the Jedi knights?) priests used the language of Light to tune the planet like a giant harmonic bell.

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"There is a tale of the Djedi from Egyptian mythology at around the time of the Pyramid Age. The Djedi was a wise magician who was believed to possess all of the secrets of Thoth, the god of wisdom, as well as hold the numerical mysteries that were hidden within the chambers of Thoth's temple. There is a very well known story about the Djedi being called on by King Khufu/Cheops, who wanted to obtain all the secrets of Thoth's chamber so he could incorporate the mysteries into his own tomb within the pyramids he was erecting."


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Djed Eye (Jed-I), the Kemetic Third Eye of Heru

The word Wizard comes from those who held the Staff of Power, which was called the WSR (Wassar). Ausar was the Life Force within creation,

his backbone the Djed, or Djedhi, hence the "Force" of the Jedi Knights of Star Wars. Ausar was called SR, or ASR (Ausir), as well as Wassir. The Wasser staffs were electrical conductors of power, hence the Wizzards were Wassirs or Osiris' using WSR Wands for their Hex's (hexagon), in Egyptian Heku.

The main tenet of the Star Wars universe is completion of the circle or finding the balance between good and evil. It is a metaphor for knowing whether you are on the wrong side and whether you are becoming destructive.

Ironically enough, the idea of completing the circle with ritual and of finding balance in awareness was known in ancient Kemet as raising the Djed.

The purpose of the Meditation was to preserve order and repel chaos. In order to do this there first had to be an effort to raise this "awareness’" or "Djed." Those that did this were known as "Djedi."

Archetypal symbols such as the circle, the spiral, trees, and a pillar or pole were magically and ritually employed to preserve essential order. These symbols all have a connection to the sun and worship of the Sun.

Historically, the Djed was raised at crucial transitional times between cycles, evoking light and stability to dispel darkness and disorder. Such periods were the Winter solstices, the failing years of a reigning monarch or the coronation of a new one.

A tower or an obelisk that is symbolic of the connection and balance of all things in heaven and in earth now represents the Djed. We see this symbol all over the world as secret societies have

the word Wizard comes from those who held the Staff of Power, which was called the WSR (Wassar). Osiris was the Life Force within creation, his backbone the Djed, or Djedhi, hence the "Force" of the Jedi Knights of Star Wars.

Osiris was called SR, or ASR (Ausir), as well as Wassir. The Wasser staffs were electrical conductors of power, hence the Wizzards were Wassirs or Osiris' using WSR Wands for their Hex's (hexagon), in Egyptian Heku.

Furthermore, the word Jedi recalls the Djed Eye (Jed-I), the Kemetic Third Eye of Heru,

the prototype of the character Luke Skywalker, who avenges his father's death, as Anakin Skywalker.P.E.A.C.E. Progress Everytime Afruikans Cultivate Enlightenment!

It is the 'DJED - I' ( the Rod of Power) which is the reference for 'D - JEDI'.

This energy symbol was built into the pyramid of Cheops (KHUFU) by THOTH and his co-workers. The top part ( 5 arrowed ceilings) is manifest in the Kings chamber. The Sphinx was the responsibility of Hamarkhis. The Djed-rod of power is actually the "vine" or chord to The Divine.

Originally the Djed represented Netjer: Ptah who was called "Noble Djed", but later on it came to represent Netjer: Asir. Djed pillars were painted along the bottom of the coffin to symbolize "becoming Ausar" in the after life and associating the deceased with the royal house of Khem/Kemet.

Netjer: Asir was known as the "Djedi" (see the resemblance to Jedi?). The Djedi were called "the stable ones" who were entered into the Order of Asir (see Moira Timms Djed History).

As she says they are the "wisdom keepers" being the physical representation of Asir on Ta/Earth. The Djedi come forth during the changing of the cycles (sun cycle, moon cycle...) in means to stabilize a chaotic planet & set everything to order before the coming or with the coming of the "New Age". As the celestial Asir resurrects so must the physical Djedi (Asir-ites) come forth...
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  • Re: Discover D'Jedi (Jedi)

    Mon, November 17, 2008 - 7:39 PM

    Consider the tale, first written down in the XVIIth Dynasty from a Middle Kingdom version of a IVth Dynasty original , of Prince Radjedef, the Djedi and King Khufu.

    The King and his four sons are relaxing at the palace telling stories of famous magicians. Radjedef tops them all by announcing that he knows of a living magician equal to those of the past. Khufu is interested and Radjedef tells him of the Djedi, or stable one, who is apparently ageless and knows many things, including "the shrines of the secret chambers of the enclosure of Tehuti."

    Now Khufu is really interested, because the King "had spent much time in seeking for himself these secret chambers of the enclosure of Tehuti to fashion for himself their likeness for his horizon." Khufu dispatches Radjedef to bring the Djedi back to the palace. He returns with the Djedi, who quickly charms and awes the court with his magickal abilities. Then the King comes to the point: "Now, as for the rumor that you know the number of the shrines of the secret chamber of the enclosure of Tehuti...?" Djedi says that he does not, although he knows where that information can be found. "There is a box of flint in a chamber called the Revision of On: in that box." The Djedi claims that he cannot recover this information, but the eldest of the triplets then in the womb of the wife of the high priest of "Re, Lord of Sakhbu," will discover the information and found a new Dynasty.
    www.sangraal.com/bardorion.htm


    Osiris "Djedi" was a title of Osiris, as the Great One, 8 Lord of the Universe (the universal, Self-generating life principle of the Center--i.e. the transcendent Self).

    The "Djedi" were the "stable ones"--wisdom keepers of one mind and one spirit who, as initiates of the Osirian mysteries, comprised the living, terrestrial body of the archetypal, celestial Osiris. Contemporary Djedi are self-selecting regenerators of cosmos. They are those who, regardless of race or creed, are awakening to mission in service to the planet and the epochal imperatives of stability, continuity and regeneration. alignment2012.com/djed.html


    Between the poles of the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt, the Spine of the Nile,

    the Djed backbone of Ausir or Osiris, the Djedi Force;

    between the outretched wings of the Spirit of the Winged Snake and the Winged Vulture, "Make the Two Into One".
    phoenix.akasha.de/~aton/XPlane.html

    We, too, have equal opportunity to make it or break it. The discoveries emerging from Egypt, describe the existence of a world wide pyramid temple system in prehistory, mounted like antennae on the key energy meridians, which were employed by ancient priest- scientists as a musical system to stabilize the tectonic plates of the planet... cataclysmic geology at it's finest.

    From the mother tongue word JEDAIAH, meaning "the way of the Word" or "the power of the Word",

    the ancient JEDAI (is this where Lucas got his inspiration for the Jedi knights?) priests used the language of Light to tune the planet like a giant harmonic bell.

    There are seven planes of existence, the lowest being the physical plane, the plane of the material-superficial world, a world in which most of us find ourselves trapped, unable to transcend carnal desires. The seven planes are associated with the seven chakras located in the body from the torso to the top of the dome or the head. These are vital centers, where electromagnetic waves resonate throughout the upper portions of the body. The sixth chakra is the Third Eye, which is located between the eyebrows,

    The headgear of the Pharaoh is the serpent or snake, which is lined in perfect accord with the Third Eye. The reason being is because the snake represents an electromagnetic energy flow which resonates in the brain at the Third Eye level. In other words, a snake travels in a zigzag motion, which is equivalent to the way energy waves travel throughout the seven chakras of the body.

    Osiris "Djedi" was a title of Ausar, as the Great One,8 Lord of the Universe (the universal, Self-generating life principle of the Center--i.e. the transcendent Self). The "Djedi" were the "stable ones"--wisdom keepers of one mind and one spirit who, as initiates of the Ausarian mysteries, comprised the living, terrestrial body of the archetypal, celestial Ausar

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