Updated Post: December 21, 2017
Mikyia mo (Greetings),
In the image we see the raising of the djed pillar – the ‘backbone’ totem of Ausar. This is the resurrection of Ausar. The djed pillar is raised, put into place and dressed. The solar disk on the top in between the two tall feathers is shown, with Wadjet and Nekhebet sitting inside of the disk.
The resurrection of Ausar takes place leading up to and including the winter solstice. This is the origin of the raising up and putting into place the ‘christmas tree’. The solar disk on top is the ‘star’ on top of the tree. The often-used gold and silver ‘garland’ criss-crossing the tree is the solar (gold) and lunar (silver) energy of the serpents Wadjet and Nekhebet moving through, around, the pillar (spine) leading up to the crown karkar (‘chakra’). The dressing of the ‘tree’ is shown above as the dressing of the djed.
Offerings are brought by the Nsut (King) Seti to Ausar, whose Spirit is resident in this Djed pillar functioning as a Deity Shrine. These are the gifts that are brought and placed at the foot of the ‘tree’ on December 25th.
This will be as always a free event and we will give away a free copy of one of our books to everyone who attends. We plan to have a new book published by that time regarding the cosmology of Creation: Zep Tepi as delineated in our 5-part series on the subject matter that we did on blogtalkradio.
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Yeda ase (we thank you) for your continued support of our efforts.
two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest angular distance from the celestial equator. The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere occurs about June 21, the winter solstice occurs about December 21. The summer solstice is the longest day of the year; the winter solstice is the shortest.
Solstice ~ [C13: via Old French from Latin sōlstitium, literally: the (apparent) standing still of the sun, from sōl sun + sistere to stand still]
solstice~ Derived from the Latin sol, “Sun,” and stitium, “stoppage,” as the Sun appears to stand still on the first day of winter.
http://odwirafo.com/KUKUU-TUNTUM_The_Ancestral_Jurisdiction_Nhoma.pdf(KUKUU-TUNTUM The Ancestral Jurisdiction, (pages 44-57)
https://youtu.be/ZNtnCSeFnvI (DUBIENSA: The Transformative Power of KUKUU-TUNTUM The Ancestral Jurisdiction)
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