Each spirit has a pair, each pair has a spirit

In the Service of our Ancestors and African Love,
Listen Seeker, I come in peace,

“A phenomenon always arises from the interaction of complementary. If you want something look for the complement that will elicit it. Set causes Horus. Horus redeems Set.” — African Proverb

Traditional Wisdom reveals the Law of Harmony (Resonance) in multiple ways. Not only as read above, but Sobonfu Some herself wrote an excellent treatise on the Law. Below is a Poem that shows how the Law of Harmony (Resonance) relates to Soul-Mates, Friendships and Organization. I wrote the poem for my newly wedded Wife; using the Writing Template to do so. The concept (each spirit has a pair, each pair has a spirit) is flawless and its mastery can facilitate a more harmonious existence for all African people. Please feel free to ask questions.

Each spirit has a pair, each pair has a spirit
By Onitaset Kumat

‘Listen,’ say the spirits, ‘this mate is yours
Completed your spirits will wage Race Wars’
Kings and Queen-Mothers bring Kings and Queens forth
Returning the spirits to Earth’s embrace
Past warriors of the African Race
Continue the mission with Wise support
Themselves finding our ancestral will
Kings and Queen-Mothers descend from themselves
Proving what’s worthwhile is ancestral
And service to Race wherever love delves
The doctrine that ‘each spirit has a pair’
Taught alongside ‘each pair has a spirit’
Does not only bring truth to all who hear
But also brings love to all who bear it.

4 thoughts on “Each spirit has a pair, each pair has a spirit

  1. Edens Sahara

    Firstly, many congratulations on your marriage. Secondly, I LOVE THE POEM. This is my favourite part:

    “The doctrine that ‘each spirit has a pair’
    Taught alongside ‘each pair has a spirit’
    Does not only bring truth to all who hear
    But also brings love to all who bear it.”

    Simply beautiful.

    Reply
    1. Onitaset Post author

      Peace Queen-Mother,

      “If you search for the laws of harmony, you will find knowledge.” — African Proverb

      One trouble in our community is our misunderstanding of “The Laws of Harmony.” The ancients further said, “Organization is impossible unless those who know the laws of harmony lay the foundation.” Aren’t Families, Marriages, Organizations, Organization?

      Usually I define “the Law” as “Resonance.” So, say, with regard Marriages, Marriages are impossible without Resonance, particularly Spiritual Resonance. Now, I was blessed enough to marry my Spiritual Complement, and we can say I had a supernatural aide in our African Traditions; yet many of us do not understand the Laws of Harmony and thus enter impossible relationships and that’s why we end up with bitter, abused, destroyed people.

      I appreciate the congratulations. I had been slightly more busy than usual–with married life. But I wrote this poem as much for my wife as for our Race. We need to understand the Laws of Harmony if we want to cease being the only disorganized group in this world.

      Reply
      1. Edens Sahara

        Having spoken to a brotha about this same topic concerning the words: ‘The Law’ which he opposes, I too have come to realise that this term is rooted in European culture to control people who are unfamiliar with living in harmony with nature ie. Europeans. Your preference for using the word ‘Resonance’ is ideal. It is the gentle approach to organisation and in being gentle it is harmonious.

        I couldn’t agree more with your view concerning those of us who are unaware of how to live in harmony and as a consequence have entered into tempestuous and disharmonious relationships. What I would like to glean from you is ‘A List of Harmony’ so to speak. We need to clarify what harmony is so we can know what is required to live in harmony with each other and with nature.

      2. Onitaset Post author

        Peace Queen-Mother,

        “The Law of Harmony is Resonate. We have many means toward resonating. We can do what we are meant to, we can do with others like us, and we can not do what we shouldn’t.” — Onitaset Kumat

        See: https://africanbloodsiblings.wordpress.com/directory/abs/lore/laws/law-of-harmony/

        I wrote that over a year ago. Maybe even two?

        I don’t usually give sneak peeks to posts before they are posted, but I just finished typing an exposition to one of Marcus Garvey’s writings that continues the theme of Harmony. It reads,

        “Two tendencies govern human choice and effort, the search after quantity and the search after quality. They classify mankind. Some follow Maat, others seek the way of animal instinct.” — African Proverb

        In Man, the “animal instinct” is Isfet (or Isefet) where Maat is Balance, Order, Justice, Truth, Harmony, Righteousness and Isfet is Imbalance, Disorder, Injustice, Lies, Chaos, Wickedness. What this tells you is Man can be the highest and lowest of animals; the student of History will see how the Nature of Humankind has been toward one pole or the other: the African toward Maat (the highest), the European and Asian toward Isfet (the lowest). This Truth misunderstood casts Isfet on our Race and our Earth. Honorable as he is Garvey misunderstood. In promoting Joan of Arc, or any other European or Asian, as “Just,” he promoted Isfet as Maat and doomed the foundation of his Organization. Read for yourself. Without a separation of Nature, nothing can be reasoned. And as united as we are, we’ll be defeated. The African Blood Siblings has studied; we expelled our flaws. Come study and Organize with us!

        As we read above, the qualities of Maat may be the list you seek.

        Regarding “Laws” and Europeans, it’s akin to relating “Literature” to Europeans; Europeans at their core are a lawless and illiterate people. Khalid Muhammad made it particularly obvious when he said,

        “Let’s take a poll in here and we will be ready to go. How many of you say that the white man in order to establish the state of Louisiana and United States committed Armed Robbery? Hands down they murdered our families the red man and the red woman, murdered us came to Africa. How many say the white man committed kidnapping? Is that on the Louisiana and Federal Penal Code? Yes. How many say he committed grand larceny, petty larceny, murder, rape? How many say he committed kidnapping? That should be every hand in the house because you are exhibit A. Wouldn’t be here if someone hadn’t kidnapped you every law in the state and federal penal code the white man broke it to establish these states and the United States of America. But you call me a racist, you call me a hater, you call me a Bigot and an anti-Semite when you are the real haters the real bigot and anti-Semites and you hate for us to hold the mirror up in your face so you can be exposed today.”

        Amos Wilson put it this way,

        The European, being the criminal that he is, right? The greatest murdered the earth has ever known. The greatest robber and rapist the world has ever seen. The greatest dis-respecter of the Earth. The greatest destroyer of nature. And you look at every step he made in every other nation and you see people dying and exploited and killed and destroyed, and he has the nerve to define criminality. The nerve to call himself civilized. And has the nerve to be held up as being normal. And has these other people out here thinking of themselves as pathological. But that’s the only way it can be when a little lump of a people rule the whole of the other people. That’s the game that’s got to be played.

        So what do they do to hide their own criminality? To hide their own loneliness? To hide their own savagery? They do what? Project it upon other people and say, “no it is not we who are savages, criminals, and murderers. It’s the other guy!” And to really put it off, the other people have got to do what? Believe it. And when they believe it they are had.

        And now we get on to discuss Black criminality. Yeah. Crime in the Black community and so forth. And we don’t discuss crime in the white community. We do not discuss the United States as a criminal society. A gang of thieves. And Capitalism has rationalized thievery. We don’t look at it that way. We don’t dare look at it that way.

        Needless to say, Africans (mistakenly?) invented Laws, as we know them, for non-Africans. However, when I write “Law of Harmony,” it’s only to say there are Universal Laws which the Universe itself does not violate.

        See: https://africanbloodsiblings.wordpress.com/directory/abs/lore/laws/

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