Enderase Amen

Nobel Servant of God

Is a spiritual, social, based philosophy based on historical, ancestral and cultural norms and literature of black people the world over with a general reverence for the Nile Valley Civilizations. The path of Enderase is a way of life. It is not a new religion or cult or new age phenomenon. Moreover it is the marriage of African ancestral norms, philosophy, culture and literature. We declare there is no one way to enlightenment, salvation or glory there is only Amen's way; all knowledge is of Amen confusion is mans alone. We worship no images, idols or a Human or Gods. All people are born spiritually equal. Without Knowledge and Order people revert back to their baser animal instincts, ignore the Mind and Soul and forget to walk with Amen and fall to chaos: we follow the example of the Prophet and High Priest Imhotep (Enoch) in wisdom and character. African traditional religion is often connected with the communal aspect of life. Examples include social behaviors such as the respect for parents and elders, appropriately raising children, providing hospitality, and being honest, trustworthy and courageous. Through Self Knowledge and Order one can obtain and master Power, Peace and Purpose; to commit to action to find wisdom through wisdom to know justice. To be just is to be fair and to be fair is to know peace. We share in the old tradition of student and teacher. Through discourse, reflection, meditation, prayer, drums music and physical conditioning, Yoga, Capoeira etc. Our Ministers or like teachers because none is holy and good but Amen! We honor our Amen, Earth, Family, Friends Community and Ancestors; through Love and Libation.

Amani – Customs and Norms
There is only one true creator the All in All Amen; Amen is all things all forms and all names and receives All Praise; Amen alone is God. All begins within and without know thy self. Purified Prostrate with hands in front open palms to elbows slanted forward from body to the East toward Ta-Iterw (Nile Valley) and Merita (Africa) home of our ancestors 3 times a day Dwira Ha (Praise and Blessings) Ratuk – Sunrise, Raya – High Noon Ratum – Sunset – Night First Dwira Ha– 'Holy is Amen' from the Shat’Sila Ma’at Second Book, The Divine Sesen vs 92-105 Second Dwira Ha- “Mind of Amen” from the Shat’Sila Ma’at Fifth Book, The Seen and Unseen Amen vs32-49 Third Dwira Ha –“Praise of Amen” from the Shat’Sila Ma’at Seventh Book, His Secret Sermon on the Mound vs 73-87 Overstanding the twelve torments of Mankind and the 10 virtues by the Seventh Book His Secret Sermon on the Mound. Vs 28-46 In all things live by Ma'at Amen's law of truth and order Absolutely No worship of spirits, idols or images of people and things alive or dead. To do so is Blasphemy against Amen's Law Ma'at. In the tradition of the Prophet Imhotep; Amani constantly seek wisdom in the Sciences, Crafts, and Arts. We are the learned of the Earth; Wisdom is Mans salvation. Representations are allowed. But not consecrated. Amani respect but do not worship any scripture or book or believe they are infallible Amen is the only truth fault is in the ignorance of Man. Pour water libations as an acknowledgment to the family, ancestors, Neter that you wish to ask blessings. Do not worship or prostrate down to Neteru or Ancestors.

Food offering in the honor or remembrance of an ancestor, friend, family, event or allowed but do not waste or misuse maintain cleanliness do not leave out perishable offering longer than 8 hours. Invoking and divining the forces as an individual family or community should only be done by the learned Initiated. All tree’s and plants and herbs are given for medication; be disciplined of there application. Libations are poured three times, in honor of Amen, Earth, Man, Amani believe in refined reincarnation and reciprocity. It is like a man who dips a bucket in a deep well. The weight of the bucket when lifted up from the well would tell whether it is full of water or not. If it is felt to be light and not full, down goes back the bucket . . . until the weight assures the man the bucket is full. So is the soul's coming forth and going back into the source. He is not lifted up and taken into service with the source until his bucket of KA individual essence or destiny conferred by Amen is completely filled with good -- until the destiny of the soul is fully realized. And then it is a glad home going for the fully integrated soul. The return of a soul to earth is not therefore like a condemned criminal to be hanged, but more like a little child ready to learn more and to do better. Through education and training Amani are expected to intensify spiritual energy, through, spiritual maturity and discipline. Amani recognize our beliefs through the complex of songs, dance, histories, stories and other cultural concepts which make up our spirituality and society and precedent for arbitration. Amani women (Wives) praise the men (Husbands), the men are thankful to the women, the young express appreciation for the old, and the old recognize the contributions of the young. Bless and honor the family. Amani never rushes into business without first making a few polite inquires on health and family summary disposition. In their dress and behavior the Amani symbolizes the Teachings of The Shat Nesu Enderase
Amani act on and by the System of Four- Conception, Design, Construction, and Use; through daily Mantra, Meditation, and Prayer

Amani are to build our Par’ur (Temples) and Cities to Amen, Knowledge and Natural Harmony.

When in the Par’ur (Temple) women are expected to cover their hair all people are to dress austerely women covering loose dress men long loose pants and shirt; Worshipers remove their shoes when entering a Par’ur. Men and Women sit on opposite sides of the Par'ur during Dwira Ha (Prayer and Blessings) and Sebayt (teachings). {Prevent Distraction} Through education and training Amani are expected to intensify spiritual energy, through, spiritual maturity Amani are to revere the Law (Ma’at) and defend themselves and the weak by the martial spirit (Heru). Amani do not seek revenge but justice is our domain always. Amani are not to be enslaved or enslave anyone; and if unjustly detained liberate yourselves by any and all means necessary. Amani tolerate no treachery or cowardice if any one is found living by cowardice or treachery let them be cast out. Amani walk beside all peoples, or if forced in front never behind. Amani are not to portray arrogance; but confidence keep your pride in Amen. Amani Women and Men are equal in marriage but as a step to nation building and gender imbalance a Amani man can have up to 3 wives. All wives can devise a marriage contract to be used to define the state of marriage and terms of divorce as agreed to by the husband and witnessed, recognized, arbitrated and executed by the officers of the Church. Amani are expected to seek legal arbitration within the community first when disputing with a another brother or sister over domestic, civil and misdemeanor matters opposed to a external judicial system. Then if the problem is not adequately resolved in the church external judicial action could take place. Amani Judaical Officers and Jurors are held to the standard of Ma'at No one is to be deprived of the application of righteousness defined by truth and order be he/she innocent or guilty high or low, victim or victor. The pursuit of righteousness is the right of all peoples. All Officials and or Jurors who serve the people will be held by the standard of humility and honor and will in no way shape or form be excused for the habitual misconduct, abuse or dishonoring of the office they secure by the law of Ma'at and the will of the people. Treachery of this office holds the maximum penalty under our law. There is no better good than an honest Official in a society as governing by Ma'at as there is nothing worse in a society or against Ma'at than a corrupt official of the people.

Amani keep the 42 divine principles.
Ritual Cleansing every season.

Declaration of Faith The First Book of Heaven and Earth vs 2 There can be no faith more true or just than to know the things that are: and to acknowledge thanks for all things to the one that made them, which thing I shall not cease continually to do. Declaration of Ma'at The First Book of Heaven and Earth vs 21 and 22 21. First Amen: Secondly Merinu (Earth); Thirdly Atum (Man) 22. Merinu (Earth) for Atum (Man), Atum (Man) for Amen.

Rights and Accessories Timqät – Reborn Baptism in to the faith. Par and Pat Tau – Child's 12 years old rite of passage (Puberty) Shbet – Pilgrimage (Jebel Berka Nubia/Kush) Shama (First Breath) Feast (Kemetic Easter Earth Day April End of First Week Friday to Monday) Ful (fava beans) For Fasting for three days at the beginning of Fall September 21 Meditation Beads, Ankh (Life Symbol), Beema (Alter) Sentra (Incense) Mantra (Repetitive Hymn) Adinkra, Veve, (Spiritual Symbols)

Ancestral Scriptures Shat Neter Sesen 3 major works • • • Terms Amen – All in All Enderase – Nobel Servant Amani – One in Harmony with Amen Neter – (Nature) Forces, Spirits, Divine Neteru- Messenger, Angel Aurisa – Sanctified Ancestor KiKa –Heaven, Sky Par’ur- (Temple Het-Ipet) House of Excellence Shat - Document writing Sesen – Rebirth Sebayt - Teachings At yuwan -Jebel Barka Shebet – Pilgrim Beema – Alter Sentra – Incense Ankh – Life or (Atum) Symbol Shat Sila Ma’at /Books of Knowledge and Order Shat Nesu Enderase – Books of Kings and Viziers Shat Anuhk – Books of Enoch

Tau- Way of Life Salutations Ashe – So be it Hotep – Be at Peace Ha er 'n Amen – Praise Be to Amen Ma'a Kheru- True of voice Titles Ras – Head Of Ato – Master Nana - Elder Nahmir – Instructor Jeli – Griot, Praise Singer, Story Teller Tamari – Student Hema – Husband Shemet – Wife Atuma- Man Atumet – Women Atum- Human Papa -Father Mamma - Mother Par- Boy Pat - Girl Tafa –The Ignorant

Restrictions and Adherences Pork - Pork and any pork products (some types of gelatin, and lard) and even leather goods from the pig are forbidden. The disease of trichinosis is caused by worms that live in pigs and can be passed on to humans who eat unclean pork. This restriction is very important to people's health . Carnivorous (meat eating) animals and birds, e.g. lions, tigers, vultures, eagles, etc. are forbidden. Other animals are also excluded: donkeys, monkeys, elephants creeping things. Dead meat. Scavengers, Slaughter by Ahuru (Merciful) Otherwise their meat will be considered "H’akany(Cruel)". Generally, the animal must have its throat slit by a sharp knife and die quickly with as little pain as possible. This is done with a prayer of thanks to Amen. Slaughtering rules are humane (kind-hearted) and don't allow the animal to suffer. Halal or Kosher can substitute. Distilled liquors are abhorred; Be respectful of the wine of the grape, honey, palm, and beer and intoxicating herb. No drunkenness. Moderate oil, sugar, salt, meat Abhor Gluttony, Addiction, Lecherousness, Ignorance, Irresponsibility, Drugs, Gambling, Gross Usury

Symbolic Meanings of Colors YELLOW in all its variations is associated with the yoke of the egg, ripe and edible fruits and vegetables and also with the mineral gold. In some spiritual purification rituals mashed yarn is rendered yellow with oil palm and served with eggs. It symbolizes sanctity, preciousness, royalty, wealth, spirituality, vitality and fertility. PINK is associated with the female essence of life. It is viewed as red rendered mild and gentle, and therefore associated with tenderness, calmness, pleasantness, and sweetness. According to Akan social thought, these attributes are generally considered as essential aspects of the female essence. RED is associated with blood, sacrificial rites and the shedding of blood. Red-eyed mood means a sense of seriousness, readiness for a serious spiritual or political encounter. Red is therefore used as a symbol of heightened spiritual and political mood, sacrifice and struggle.

BLUE is associated with the blue sky, the abode of the Supreme Creator. it is therefore used in a variety of ways to symbolize spiritual sanctity, good fortune, peacefulness, harmony and love related ideas. GREEN is associated with vegetation, planting, harvesting and herbal medicine. Tender green leaves are usually used to sprinkle water during purification rituals. It symbolizes growth, vitality, fertility, prosperity, fruitfulness, abundant health and spiritual rejuvenation. PURPLE is viewed in the same way as maroon. It is considered as earth associated with color used in rituals and healing purposes. It is also associated color used in rituals and healing purposes. It is also associated with feminine aspects of life. Purple cloths are mostly worn by females. MAROON has a close resemblance to red-brown which is associated with the color of Mother Earth. Red-brown is usually obtained from clay and is therefore associated with healing and the power to repel malevolent spirits. WHITE derives its symbolism from the white part of the egg and from white clay used in spiritual purification, healing, sanctification rites and festive occasions. In some situations it symbolizes contact with ancestral spirits, deities and other unknown spiritual entities such as ghosts. it is used in combination with black, green or yellow to express notion, spirituality, vitality and balance. GREY derives its symbolism from ash. Ash is used for healing and spiritual cleansing rituals to re-create spiritual balance when spiritual blemish has occurred. It is also used in rituals for protection against malevolent spirits. Grey is therefore associated with spiritual blemish but also with spiritual cleansing. SILVER is associated with the moon which represents the female essence of life. Silver ornaments are usually worn by women and are used in the context of spiritual purification, naming ceremonies, marriage ceremonies and other community festivals. it symbolizes serenity, purity and joy. GOLD derives its significance from the commercial value and social prestige associated with the precious mineral. Gold dust and gold nuggets were used as medium of exchange and for making valuable royal ornaments. It symbolizes royalty, wealth, elegance, high status, supreme quality, glory and spiritual purity. BLACK derives its significance from the notion that new things get darker as they mature; and physical aging comes with spiritual maturity. The Akans blacken most of their ritual objects to increase their spiritual potency. Black symbolizes an intensified spiritual energy, communion with the ancestral spirits, antiquity, spiritual maturity and spiritual potency.

Enderase Amen
Nobel Servant of God

Dwira-Ha – Praise and Blessings Opening Salutation; Say out loud the names – Amen, (Creator), Merinu (Earth), Atum (Humanity) Closing Salutation; Maa Kheru Ha er’n Amen (In a true voice all praise be to Amen) Thet ‘n (To Humble) / Prayer posturing Position yourself facing east toward At Juwan Kush place of rebirth. After washing hands and feet if needed (be shoeless) right leg bent down to knees followed by left leg. Arms open in front of chest palms up bent together at a 45 degree angel (as in receiving and giving) bent body position like a letter L buttock resting on feet. Recite opening salutation. Reverse palms down, fully prostrate body palms to the ground face resting on top of palms ground buttocks resting on feet (body shape like a bridge). Recite appropriate Dwira-Ha aloud. If you find yourself where you can not do Thet’n recite the Dwira-Ha to yourself by memory or read or hear it recited. This is only if you absolutely can not do Thet’n. Do not give Ha (praise) intoxicated or in a negative state of mind, master your emotions before and after Dwira-Ha. This is for Amani and the world not Amen it is not a chore but to help connect us to Amen, Earth, and Humanity in a spiritual way and to remind us of who we are and what we must work to be.

Dwira Ha Ratu – Morning Praise and Blessing (The Divine Sesen vs 88-100) 1. Holy is Amen the Father of All Things. 2. Holy is Amen Whose Will is Performed and Accomplished by His Own Powers. 3. Holy is Amen, that Determined to be Known, and is Known of His Own, or Those that are His. 4. Holy art Thou that by Thy Word hast established all Things. 5. Holy art Thou of Whom all Nature is the Image. 6. Holy art Thou Whom Nature hath not Formed. 7. Holy art Thou that art Stronger than all Power. 8. Holy art Thou, that art Greater than all Excellency. 9. Holy art Thou, Who art Better than all Praise. 10.Accept these Reasonable Sacrifices from a Pure Soul, and a Heart stretched out unto Thee. 11.O Thou Unspeakable, Unutterable, to be praised with Silence! 12.I beseech Thee, that I may never Err from the Knowledge of Thee, Look Mercifully upon Me, and Enable Me, and Enlighten with this Grace, those that .are in Ignorance, the Brothers of my Kind, but Thy Sons. 13.Therefore I Believe Thee, and Bear Witness, and go into the Life and Light. 14.Blessed art Thou, O Father, Thy Man would be sanctified with Thee, as Thou hast given Him all Power.

Dwira Ha Raya - Noon Praise and Blessings (The Seen and Unseen Amen vs 32-49) 1. This is Amen that is better than any name; this is he that is secret; this is he that is most manifest; this is he that is to be seen by the Mind ; this is he that is visible to the eye; this is he that hath no body; and this is he that hath many bodies, rather there is nothing of any body, which is not He. 2. For he alone is all things. 3. And for this cause He hath all Names, because He is the One Father; and therefore He hath no Name, because He is the Father of all. 4. Who therefore can bless thee, or give thanks for thee, or to thee. 5. Which way shall I look, when I praise thee? upward? downward? outward? inward? 6. For about thee there is no manner, nor place, nor anything else of all things that are. 7. But all things are in thee; all things from thee, thou gives all things, and takes nothing; for thou hast all things and there is nothing that thou hast not. 8. When shall I praise thee, O Father; for it is neither possible to comprehend thy hour, nor thy time? 9. For what shall I praise thee? for what thou hast made, or for what thou hast not made! fur those things thou hast manifested, or for those things thou hast hidden? 10.Wherefore shall I praise thee as being of myself, or having anything of mine own, or rather being another's? 11.For thou art what I am, thou art what I do, thou art what I say. 12.Thou Art All Things, and there is Nothing Else Thou art not. 13.Thou Art Thou, All that is Made, and all that is not Made. 14.The Mind that Understands. 15.The Father that Makes and Frames. 16.The Good that Works. 17.The Good that doth All Things. 18.Of the Matter, the most subtle and slender part is Air, of the Air the Soul, of the Soul the Mind, of the Mind Amen.

Dwira Ha Ratum - Night Praise and Blessings (His Secret Sermon On The Mount vs 73-87) 1. O all ye Powers that are in me, praise the One and the All. 2. Sing together with my Will, all you Powers that are in me. 3. O Holy Knowledge, being enlightened by thee, I magnify the intelligible Light, and rejoice in the Joy of the Mind. 4. All my Powers sing praise with me, and thou my Continence, sing praise my Righteousness by me; praise that which is righteous. 5. O Communion which is in me, praise the All. 6. By me the Truth sings praise to the Truth, the Good praises the Good. 7. O Life, O Light from us, unto you comes this praise and thanksgiving. 8. I give thanks unto thee, O Father, the operation or act of my Powers. 9. I give thanks unto thee, O Amen, the power of my operations. 10.By me thy Word sings praise unto thee, receive by me this reasonable sacrifice in words. 11.The powers that are in me cry these things, they praise the All, they fulfill thy Will; thy Will and Counsel is from thee unto thee. 12.O All, receive a reasonable Sacrifice from all things. 13.O Life, save all that is in us: O Light enlighten, O Amen the Spirit; for the Mind guides or feedeth the Word ; O Spirit bearing Workman. 14.Thou art Amen, thy Man crieth these things unto thee through by the Fire, by the Air, by the Earth, by the Water, by the Spirit, by thy Creatures. 15.From eternity I have found means to bless and praise thee, and I have what I seek, for I rest in thy Will.

Enderase Amen
Nobel Servant of God

Ma’at Neter / Devine Order
Amen (Good) Ptah – Methur (Temperance /Joy) {Neteru} Tehuti – Ma’at (Knowledge / Justice) {Neteru} Ra- Merinu (Light / Life) {Kalam} Ausar – Auset (Continence / Communion) {Aurisa} Atum-Heru – (Truth) Restored Akh 10 Virtues Amen alone is Good and Creation; and is only worthy to be worshiped and praised. Neteru, (Divine Forces) attributes are to be studied and regarded never ever worshiped for they are workman of Amen. Klalm – (Stars and Planets) are to be respected, understood and protected never worshiped. They are the tools of the workman. Aurisa – (Ancestors Spirit) are to be remembered and respected never worshiped. They are the form of the workman. Atum-Heru (Spiritual Student) the active works that Praise thy Creator that learns the work so to be made a workman. There are those who worship many gods, angels or being WE DO NOT. Nine is the high divisible number it is the number related to Atum (Humanity) his Creator his Divine Guides, her Center of Origin, where the actions of herself becoming the-self. Do not add or subtract from the Primary Devine 9 who are complete as 10 in Amen as a Man Restored as Heru. Put simply no other Neteru, or Angels. Respect your ancestors’ pour libations by the 10 virtues; let there be understanding in division but not division in terms.

Describing Ma’at Neter (Devine Order) Amen is the creature the all in all; To appreciate the creator you must know the creation and its order and operation. The Neter are seen as the forces of Amen that move and shape creation. You must appreciate there is a Male, Female and Neutral aspect to this Universe. It is seen and acknowledged in all things. Ptah is compared to a Potter at his wheel this represents inspiration or creative force. Methur is compared to the Celestial Cow meaning the Milky Way Galaxy (matter) or creativity establishing form and purpose. The Male aspect Ptah and the Female aspect Methur or as the Potter to the clay; form and design. Tehuti is the force of knowledge and understanding as the potter works the clay knowledge dictates the use of the pottery. Ma’at is the force of law and justice; everything in the universe has consequence, cause and effect. Mishandle the vessel and the pottery breaks and is useless. The Male aspect Tehuti and the Female aspect Ma’at or as to the use and consequence of the pottery. Ausar is the father human spiritual force, Auset is the mother human spiritual force, nothing moves with out spirit but humans have souls as well. Our ancestors are before us and after us the soul comes and goes back from the source. Atum-Heru is humanity (Atum) at our work to learn, grow, appreciate, order, design and create in accordance with the divine plan as stewards of the earth. To act against divine, law and purpose will cause the consequence of reform like a pot that is broken and imperfect it must be recast and thrown back in to the fire. But the pottery that is useful and superb the craftsmen will assign it a high place for it to be used admired and studied as example and aesthetic to all. So do not add or subtract from this teaching but know and comprehend fully as to not fall to idolatry and ignorance which are the greatest of blasphemies to you and Amen. So as above is below. Maa Kheru Ha er’n Amen

Enderase Amen
Nobel Servant of God

Amani Calendar (adapted from the Bulgarian Calendar worlds most accurate Calendar (Measured by the Sun and Jupiter) begins on Dec. 22 of the Gregorian calendar 0 day the first day is the day Dec. 23 meaning the year has 364 counted and one uncounted day – 365 in all. The leap year (every four years) has 364 counted and 2 uncounted days – or 366 days. The counted days are distributed into 52 weeks of seven days each. Sunday is the first day of the week, Wednesday – its middle, and Saturday – its end. The year is divided into 4 quarters; the Chronology of the calendar is based on the Glacial Era time line.

Year 20,010 Glacial Era Ratuk – Sun rise - Morning Raya – High Noon Ratum – Sunset – Night 4 Divine Tau Neter Spring – Tau Auset Summer – Tau Ausar Fall – Tau Methur Winter - Tau Anup Months 0. Sesen Heru (Horus reborn) - Start of the New Year First Month Dec. 22 1. Akhet (Light House) 31 Days 2. Djet (Stability) 31 Days 3. Mehr (Blessed) – 31 Days Spring Solstices 4. Hotep (Peace) – 31 Days 5. Rene (True Name) – 30 Days 6. Khensu (Traveler) – 30 Days Summer Solstice * 7. Shanu (Low Water) –30 Days 8. Anhur (Protector) - 30 Days

9. Mesa (Birth) 30 Days Fall Solstice 10. Po-tollo (Little Star) 30 Days 11. Tehuti (Knowledge) 30 Days 12. Hopi (Flowing One) 30 Days 13. Ma’at (Balance) * First 4 months 31 days All months after 30 days Heruk- Mer (Holidays) September 21st Sesen of Methur (Mothers Day) Day Fall Solstice Dec. 22nd Sesen of Heru (New Years) Winter Solstice Dec. 26th -Jan 1st Kwanza Jan. 19th Timqat - Baptisim of Heru March 21st Sesen of Ra (Fathers day) Spring Solstice April end of first week Friday to Monday- Shama (Earth Day) June 21st Saviors Day (Amen) Summer Solstice Every 4 Years is a Leap Year Month June 30th Khensu (Traveler) – Time Araje Barato – Age of Ice Tau (Gate) – Season Amad- Year Wor – Month Heruksaf – Week Heruk - Day Saaght - Hour Kan – (Piece) Minute Faraj – (Count) Second
Week 7 Days • Heruk Amen

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