ENVY INITIATED RACISM
The model for living laid out by Very Ancient African Nubians (Ethiopians) served to civilize today’s world. In multitudes of societies, traces of their civilization and culture are prominent in not only religions but also in the languages, government, science, and most everything else that is associated, even today, with advanced civilizations. Ancient KMT (Kemet), from its beginning and during its greatest periods of cultural development was an indigenous Black African civilization. Its birthplace was inner equatorial Africa and it remained, at its core, culturally unified with the rest of Ancient Africa. Thus, KMT must be considered as an entire African classical civilization (Bailey, Echoes of Ancient African Values). Kemet (Egypt), the daughter of Ethiopia (upper and lower Nubia, the Ancient Cushite Empire) has replicas throughout the world. One example, on the back of every USA dollar bill, is the summit of a symbolic Ancient Egyptian pyramid containing within a radiant, upward pointing triangle the Eye of Heru, indicating divine consciousness embodied in a perfect or enlightened human being. In Ancient Africa it was placed in the middle of the forehead, indicating the door to the collective unconsciousness (roughly intuition) (Ani, Yurugu p466). However, when borrowed into the Western world, the meanings were changed radically so that the reality of the African symbol is unrecognizable. Other examples can be seen in Washington, D.C.’s Lincoln Memorial, the Library of Congress (modelled after the Library of the Ancient Egyptians at Alexandria), and Obelisk (in Egypt, representing the resurrection of Osar, the founder of Kemit).
For people incapable of making such contributions as to attract the adulation of the world leads them to embrace a profound inferiority complex–defined by the European Alfred Adler (1870-1937) as: “strong feelings of inadequacy and insecurity stemming from real or fancied deficiencies of a physical, mental, or social nature. The overall result–when combined with anxiety, resentment, and over-compensatory drives–would be to adversely affect the individual’s entire adjustment to life.” A major cause of an Inferiority Complex is Envy (C13 Old French, look as someone with malice or resentment). In Christian theology it is one of the Seven Deadly Sins—with early senses including ‘hostility,’ ‘enmity,’ and ‘grudge.’ It is normal for persons to grasp their identity by comparing themselves with others. Warren’s Psychology defines Envy as “a social feeling or attitude, unpleasant in character, aroused in the individual by the possession or attainment of something on the part of another, which the individual himself lacks and which he desires.”
When another’s talents, appearance, achievements, civilization, culture, spirituality, and/or material goods are experienced as Selfhood adequacy challenging, persons sense a loss of a sound self-esteem. To overcome this, the envious devalue the other as the cause of their loss of self-concept, self-worth, self-meaning, and even self-identity. Example: When the Greek, Ptolemy I, Lagi (“Soter,” “Savior”) assumed rule of Egypt (323 BC), his attempts for acceptance by Egyptian priests were rejected. Angrily, he closed all other sacred Ancient Egyptian temples, making it against the law for any priest society to build temples/buildings. Meanwhile, following Alexander’s death, Aristotle was allowed by General Soter to have Tusak give the Greeks access to Egyptian works. Those who could study in Egypt for themselves did so, while some African works were sent to the newly established Greek Peripatetic schools (discussions while walking) in what later was called Alexandria, Egypt. According to Williams (Historical Origin of Christianity, 1992), Ptolemy I confiscated all divine and sacred inspired manuscripts written on papyrus scrolls and stored them in the one remaining temple in Memphis where his image had been made into the pagan god Serapis (Greek-Roman name for the African Asar) (Ashby, Ancient Egyptian Buddha p136). They were later moved to Alexandria, Egypt (the great Greco-Roman City on Egypt’s Mediterranean coast) in 240 BC–a place called the Great Library of Egypt. Ptolemy I sought and founded a council of Ancient Egyptian priests/priestesses in Memphis, Egypt–called Melchite Coptic Egyptians–who agreed to make his image into a god—the beginning European Bible. The intention was for him and all Europeans to have the appearance of being in tune with the spiritual rhythm of the Cosmos. jabaileymd.com