The Different Meanings Behind the Ancient Afrikan word Hetep (Hotep)

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“If you are about Black Love, you’re a “hotep.” ~Kalyd Dessalines

“The term hetep’ in ancient Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt) as well as contemporary Afruraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) references peace, equilibration as a result of ritual offering. Self-sacrifice as a ritual offering to the Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) confront the enemies of our people militarily. Self-sacrifice as ritual offering is born out of our cosmology and is distinguished from ‘suicide missions’, ‘ martyrdom’, etc. Hetep in the true sense is thus foundational to Afrurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Revolution-Resolution.” ~Kwesi Akhan

https://youtu.be/49MmSCU5Q30 (Odwira Pt. 6-HETEP: self-Sacrifice as Ritual Offering- Implications for Warfare)

https://youtu.be/wojtvqUTaLE(KA SKAI-Pt. 1: Etymology and Cosmology of ‘Conscious’ and the Ntoro (God) Hetep

https://youtu.be/oBfRFUAz5RY(KA SKAI – Pt. 2: The Ntoro (God) Hetep and the Nature of ‘Consciousness’)

“The pseudo-scholars, teachers, elders, professors who mimic the misinformation of the whites and their offspring have no capacity to properly define the role of this most important Ntoro (Deity). Moreover, it is from this Deity Hetep (Hotep) and the female Ntorot (Goddess/Deity) Hetepet from whom the word ‘Hetep’ derives. The misuse of this term by self-hating, ignorant individuals as well as subversive agents within the Black community is exposed.”~Kwesi Akhan

https://youtu.be/w2bdm595Fp8 (KA SKAI – Pt. 3: The Ntorot (Goddess) Hetepet and the Nature of ‘Consciousness’)

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2 responses to “The Different Meanings Behind the Ancient Afrikan word Hetep (Hotep)

  1. This is a very good post. I have been accused of being a so-called hotep.lol I just laugh about it. I’m comfortable in my own skin and know who I am. But I don’t make apologies for loving my people or wanting to see us do better. They can call me whatever they want. Thanks for the post.

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