Divine Law (Love) and Divine Hate

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"...MMARA NE KYI - Divine Law/Love and Divine Hate was first published as a three-part article series in the BENASEM section of the first, second and third issues of our AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT NANASOM NHOMA - Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion Journal in 13007-13008 (2007-2008). We published part four of the series in 13008 (2008) and part five in 13010 (2010). We made the pdf version of each individual installment of the series a free download from our website as they were published. Here, we have combined all five parts into one document for ease of study. We have also included an Appendix newly published in 13014 (2014) with the related medutu (hieroglyphs) of the terms law, love and hate, additional cosmological analysis of these terms and additional linguistic references which did not appear in the original series.

The phrase mmara ne kyi is Akan for law and hate. These terms derive from the same terms in Kamit: maa hna kht. Divine Law and Divine Hate are the Expansive and Contractive Poles of Divine Order. In this work we properly define these concepts inclusive of the fact that there are Deities (Abosom, Orisha, Vodou, Ntorou/Ntorotu [Neteru/Netertu-Ntrw/Ntrwt]) who embody these concepts: Maa and Maat (Law) and Heru Behdety and Sekhmet (Hate). We demonstrate that Law and Love have always been the same concept in Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) culture and that Hate has been and always will be Divine. Just as there are Deities of Law/Love, there are Deities of Hate.

Moreover, and most critically, without an understanding of the Divinity of Hate one has absolutely no understanding of authentic Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) cosmology, culture, religion, philosophy and its infrastructure: Divine Order..."

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