The Allegory of Isaac Newton

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“How do you know if a White man is lying?” — Onitaset Kumat

That’s a spin on a classic joke.  The allegory of Isaac Newton relates to one inconvenient fact.  African people were written out of the higher sciences.  It felt alone studying.  As “Maroon and Build For Self” attests, we are very able in mathematics.  Imagine that Newton himself accredits KMT with his theories.  This tells you that if we communed amongst ourselves under the pretexts of love, knowledge and wisdom, we’d do the most amazing things once again.  Help us commune.  Write to build an African Blood Siblings Community Center.  Subscribe, share, love.

The Allegory of Isaac Newton
By Onitaset Kumat

You will never amount to anything in Europe’s America.

African Blood Siblings, it is up to you to construct Africa’s America, if you want any thing resembling recognition for your genius.

In my youth, I studied Astrophysics up to the Graduate level. But this means nothing. For when I arrived in Graduate School, as a son of the inventors of Astrophysics, I noticed no other Africans and recognized that the whole institute was a joke. My research assignment involved a 50-year-old well-cited paper on intergallactic stellar dynamics; I read it over, saw an error and there was the beginning of another allegory!

What I want to inform you of is this. Once in Undergraduate Cosmology, my “liberal” Professor stood before us mocking the Ancient Kemetians, my ancestors, for believing that a woman was the sky and a man was the earth. Clearly this Occidental was in over her head.

But this brainwashing, at this intellectual level was convincing. For any student of Physics knows of the pivotal role that “Sir” Isaac Newton plays, and we emulate his “genius” believing that from a fallen apple he deduces “gravity” thus deriving the basis of most all of our knowledge of the physical universe.

Amazing, no?

Classic Occidental Revisionism.

I’ll repeat my African Blood Siblings–“How do you know if a White man is lying?”

“If his mouth is moving.”

Woe to this world that Newton himself wrote:

the Egyptians concealed mysteries that were above the capacity of the herd’, such as ‘the knowledge that the earth orbited the sun and not vice-versa’…

Woe further that he wrote:

It was the most ancient opinion that the planets revolved about the sun, that the earth, as one of the planets, described an annual course about the sun, while by diurnal motion it turned on its axis, and that the sun remained at rest

And imagine that Kepler, another pivotal person in Astrophysics, admits, for his planetary laws, that he was:

stealing the golden vessels of the Egyptians

I can not suffer to write much further on this topic. I sat during my Undergraduate education, pondering why there was no African presence in the entire science, hoping to personally become that difference, but lo and behold, when you think that you can hide from the Occidental’s evil by pursuing a splendid ‘scientific’ career, you are shown your ignorance.

You can’t hide from evil in Europe’s America. Africans–you must do for your self!


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* The ancient Egyptians were convinced that their first rulers were gods. Thoth was one of these. His reign on earth was said to have lasted 3,226 years. The advanced but secret scientific knowledge the ancient Egyptians possesed was given to mankind by this moon-god, Thoth, the Lord and multipler of time, the inventor of writing and of all wisdom, and the patron of music. The ancient Egyptians workshipped Thoth as ‘the author of every work on every branch of knowledge, both human and divine… Freemasons also held Thoth as ‘having played a major part in preserving knowledge of the mason craft and transmitting it to mankind after the flood… Copernicus said that he had arrived at his revolutionary insights by studying the secret writings of the ancient Egyptians ‘including the hidden works of Thoth himself…’ Kepler admitted that in formulating his laws of the planetary orbits he was merely ‘stealing the golden vessels of the Egyptians’. Sir Isaac Newton stated that ‘the Egyptians concealed mysteries that were above the capacity of the herd’, such as ‘the knowledge that the earth orbited the sun and not vice-versa’* Sir Isaac Newton: ‘It was the most ancient opinion that the planets revolved about the sun, that the earth, as one of the planets, described an annual course about the sun, while by diurnal motion it turned on its axis, and that the sun remained at rest’… Newton spent a significant part of his adult life deeply immersed in hermetic and alchemical literature ( ) He was obsessed with the notion that a secret wisdom lay concealed within the pages of the scriptures (Daniel of the Old Testament and John of the New). He studies Hebrew in order to get involved himself in an exacting study of some twenty different versions of the book of Revelation. He then carried out a similarly meticulous exercise of the book of Ezekiel, and based on the information contained in this latter work, he produce a reconstruction of the floorplan of the Temple of Solomon for he was convinced this building was a cryptogram of the universe. Having deciphered this cryptogram, he believed that he would then know the mind of God… * J. M. Keynes on Newton: ‘Newton saw the whole universe and all that is in it as a secret which could be read by applying pure thought to certain evidence, certain mystic clues which God had hid about the world to allow a sort of philosopher’s treasure hunt to the esoteric brotherhood. He believed that these clues were to be found partly in certain papers and traditions handed down by the brethren in an unbroken chain back to the original cryptic revelation’… Newton once stated that the law of gravitation expounded in his Principia was not new but rather had been known and fully understood in ancient times. He had arrived at it by decoding the sacred literature of the past ages. He also described Thoth as a believer in the Copernican System. He later aligned himself with the German Physician and alchemist Michael Meier (1568-1622) who had argued that all the true adepts of science had derived their knowledge from the Egyptian moon-god…


* The real pivotal figure in Newton’s theology was the prophet Moses, whom he regarded as an adept in the mysteries of the universe and a master of alchemy. Newton believed that Moses understood that matter consisted of atoms, and that these atoms were hard, solid and immutable. Newton also regarded the account of creation presented in Genesis, and attributed to Moses, as an allegorical description of an alchemical process… Referring to the efforts of the Alchemists, he said: ‘Our work brings forth the beginning out of black chaos and its first matter through the separation of the elements and the illumination of matter’… Knowledge and skills have frequently been transferred down the generations, and from one region of the world to another, without any concrete evidence being available to document the process. Rhabdas, a mathematician who lived in Constantinople in the 12th century AD, was known to have used a method for deriving square roots that had existed only in ancient Egypt more than 2000 years previously and that had not, otherwise, been employed elsewhere. The transmission of esoteric information, coupled with the teaching and sharing of arcane rituals and ceremonies, occurred for centuries within the various Masonic orders without any public record ever being available. Did Newton have access to the same ‘treasures of darkness’ and the same ‘hidden riches’ as Moses? This would imply the continuous existence over a period of millennia of a clandestine sect or cult structured to pass on an exclusive and privileged wisdom.
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Isaac Newton

Newton the Alchemist

Sir Isaac Newton, the famous seventeenth-century mathematician and scientist, though not generally known as an alchemist, practiced the art with a passion. Though he wrote over a million words on the subject, after his death in 1727, the Royal Society deemed that they were “not fit to be printed.” The papers were rediscovered in the middle of the twentieth century and most scholars now concede that Newton was first an foremost an alchemist. It is also becoming obvious that the inspiration for Newton’s laws of light and theory of gravity came from his alchemical work. 

If one looks carefully, in the light of alchemical knowledge, at the definitive biography, Sir Isaac Newton by J. W. V. Sullivan, it is quite easy to realize the alchemical theories from which he was working. Sir Arthur Eddington, in reviewing this book, says: “The science in which Newton seems to have been chiefly interested, and on which he spent most of his time was alchemy. He read widely and made innumerable experiments, entirely without fruit so far as we know.” One of his servants records: “He very rarely went to bed until two or three of the clock, sometimes not till five or six, lying about four or five hours, especially at springtime or autumn, at which time he used to employ about six weeks in his laboratory, the fire scarce going out night or day. What his aim might be I was unable to penetrate into.” The answer is that Newton’s experiments were concerned with nothing more or less than alchemy. (from Alchemy Rediscovered and Restored by A. Cockren)

As a practicing alchemist, Newton spent days locked up in his laboratory, and not a few have suggested that he finally succeeded in transmuting lead into gold. Perhaps that explains one of the oddest things about his life. At the height of his career, instead of accepting a professorship at Cambridge, he was appointed Director of the Mint with the responsibility of securing and accounting for England’s repository of gold.

In fact, Newton — the revered founder of modern science and the mechanistic universe — also ranks as one of the greatest spiritual alchemists of all time. In his The Religion of Isaac Newton (Oxford 1974), F.E. Manuel concluded: “The more Newton’s theological and alchemical, chronological and mythological work is examined as a whole corpus, set by the side of his science, the more apparent it becomes that in his moments of grandeur he saw himself as the last of the interpreters of God’s will in actions, living on the fulfillment of times.”

The Hermetic Tradition

This view has become more accepted in recent years, as more of Newton’s private papers and alchemical treatises are being reexamined. “Like all European alchemists from the Dark Ages to the beginning of the scientific era and beyond,” states Michael White in Isaac Newton:The Last Sorcerer (Addison Wesley 1997), “Newton was motivated by a deep-rooted commitment to the notion that alchemical wisdom extended back to ancient times. The Hermetic tradition — the body of alchemical knowledge — was believed to have originated in the mists of time and to have been given to humanity through supernatural agents.” 

Newton’s Translation of the Emerald Tablet

It is true without lying, certain and most true. That which is Below is like that which is Above and that which is Above is like that which is Below to do the miracles of the Only Thing. And as all things have been and arose from One by the mediation of One, so all things have their birth from this One Thing by adaptation. The Sun is its father; the Moon its mother; the Wind hath carried it in its belly; the Earth is its nurse. The father of all perfection in the whole world is here. Its force or power is entire if it be converted into Earth. Separate the Earth from the Fire, the subtle from the gross, sweetly with great industry. It ascends from the Earth to the Heavens and again it descends to the Earth and receives the force of things superior and inferior. By this means you shall have the glory of the whole world and thereby all obscurity shall fly from you. Its force is above all force, for it vanquishes every subtle thing and penetrates every solid thing. So was the world created. From this are and do come admirable adaptations, whereof the process is here in this. Hence am I called Hermes Trismegistus, having the three parts of the philosophy of the whole world. That which I have said of the operation of the Sun is accomplished and ended.  

Newton on Keeping Alchemy Secret

Isaac Newton wrote fellow alchemist Robert Boyle a letter urging him to keep “high silence” in publicly discussing the principles of alchemy. “Because the way by the Mercurial principle may be impregnated has been thought fit to be concealed by others that have know it,” Newton wrote, “and therefore may possibly be an inlet to something more noble that is not to be communicated without immense damage to the world if there be any verity in [the warning of the] Hermetic writers. There are other things besides the transmutation of metals which none but they understand.” According to B.J.T. Dobbs in The Foundations of Newton’s Alchemy (Cambridge University Press, 1984), “The fact that Newton never published a work on alchemy cannot be taken to mean that he knew he had failed  [at the Great Work]. On the contrary, it probably means that he had enough success to think that he might be on the track of something of fundamental importance and so had good reason for keeping his ‘high silence,’ even though there is nothing to indicate that he himself was searching for that mysterious “inlet to something more noble.”   

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