INTELLIGENCE IN HUMANS
Ancient African said each human newborn possesses a “First Wisdom”—the original and Divine Intellect–consisting of Spiritual Realm and Cosmic Organism Knowledge from which that newborn just derived. Slowly, between 5 and 12, the Congenital Tarda Secular Intellect appears, representing what that human’s hearings, socialization, teachings, experiences, and senses absorptions. This “Second Wisdom” potential is the reasoning faculty on ones mental planes. Whatever is presented to the Intellect involves one making the volitional choice to unite with it or reject it. The acceptance of each concept of different kinds is operated on, contracted, and limited. Yet, its complementary and united opposite of Emotions strive against the Intellect imposed limitations. In African Tradition youth were taught to be aware of “First Wisdom” or First Knowledge ingredients (i.e. of absolute true Intelligence)—using intuition to tap into the higher source of these self-derived Truths from ones own Divine Consciousness. The “First Wisdom” is used to form and mold the Secular Intellect. Ingredients for the Secular Intellect come from Nature and from carefully recorded History by Ma’at scholars (i.e. honorable–above biases and prejudices). Secular ingredients are assessed in a manner that allows: (1) mentally seeing similarities in the dissimilar–uniqueness in similarities–the common in the uncommon–the uncommon in the common; (2) looking behind the obvious to see the consistent, permanent, stationary, and unchanging patterns/elements underlying natural events and the course of their Natural Processes; (3) determine the interrelationships of the components involved and how they are unified into a harmonious pattern so as to become aware of the ‘what it is,’ the way things are, and why they are; (4) to organize resultant products into a planned arrangement where there is interdependence between all independent real things; and (5) doing necessary research, manipulation, and maneuvering so that the many parts function in smooth interrelation inside an abstract unity. These processes establish standards, guides, filters, and measures for assessing anything else presented to the Secular Intellect. To illustrate the principle that the nature of a thing is manifested by its operation, ones beliefs and opinions are to be assessed as illusory and rooted in ones Ego and separateness from the Cosmic Organism. Such a diagnosis is made since the results lack conformity to what fosters “Understanding”; there are no interdependent interrelationships of the components involved; and nothing is working within a unified, harmonious pattern. When the Intellect operates inside and out of the Spiritual Elements, it leads to the Right Understanding. It is the strife, sprinkled with doubt and “darkness,” that slowly strengthens ones spiritual powers. To cultivate this is noble and Ma’at thinking.
Since European males declare they are superior by being inside and living out of the Supernatural (which has an “Air Castle” nature) and whose concepts are non-rational, it is understandable that their concepts of Intelligence follow no rational rules. When this mindset course is ‘played out,’ the cult members proceed along a biased track inside the Supernatural non-rational world, while making false assumptions in the process. Perhaps they use the right method for their Supernatual world but that method does not apply to the issue at hand in the Natural World. What results is that opinions, beliefs, observations, interpretations, biases, and prejudices serve as “proof” of facts–of course, meaning that there is no Truth or widely acceptable, consistent, theory of Intelligence. But nonrational people are not stopped by this—simply choosing to ignore things like the lack of preparatory “hooks” (e.g. exposure to science museums) that burden poor people; the opportunities or lack of opportunities available to learn; the nature and the appropriate quality of the educational material and the teachers of it; how different people use language as well as the unique meanings they give to the same words; and the context in which ones thoughts and language differences are used.
In practical daily cultural environments there are marked differences, as in how a big strong person evaluates the situation and players of “the Streets” as opposed to a small, frail person in a similar circumstance. In both instances, these are among the smartest people of my experiences—far, far more than those in the academic institutions I attended or those who think they are so intelligent from being skilled in “Trinkets and Trivia”. Each human has the right to a unique manifestation of her/his talents—based upon its time of appearance, speed of development, and level of attainment. To ignore all of this first opens the door to boundless versions of racism. Second, false low Intellect labeling is devastating (e.g. to human rights, self-esteem). Third, its resultant ongoing conflict/confusion are tabled when the objective is to justify White Superiority—the most ridiculous concept ever invented by any humans of all times. jabaileymd.com