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Satan, the God of an African people


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Feb 23, 2019
Satan's earth
Ancient Egypt was founded by White Aryans many tens of thousands of years ago. There were, however, some Blacks who settled there a few thousand years ago, who later formed some of the tribes in modern day Africa. This was especially so after the Nubian invasion of Egypt in the 25th dynasty. In East Africa for example, many tribes mention having lived in Egypt before migrating south. [1] [2]

Of particular interest is the Kikuyu tribe of East Africa. The traditional God of the Kikuyu people is Ngai. Ngai was also worshipped by several other tribes under slight variations of this title, like the Maasai tribe who called him Enkai.

Ngai is in fact Satan, as is revealed by one of his titles, 'Mwene Nyaga' which literally translates to 'Owner of the bright dazzling light' or in a more familiar term, 'the light bearer' (Lucifer). [3]

Also, notice the similarity between Enkai (a variation of his name) and Enki (Sumerian title of Satan). Enki was often depicted as a fish-man. The Kikuyu language has similar roots with Swahili and they share many words. The Swahili word for fish ('samaki') is very similar to the Kikuyu one for rulership, especially Ngai's rulership ('uthamaki'). The 's' sound in Swahili words is often a 'th' in the corresponding Kikuyu word.

Ngai's sacred tree is the fig tree, which was all over many ancient Pagan spiritual systems as it represents the soul. As the light bearer, he is said to reside on Mount 'Kirinyaga' (traditional name for Mount Kenya) which translates to 'the mountain of light'. In Kikuyu legends, he created the forebearers of the tribe, Gikuyu (translates to 'the great fig tree') and Mumbi (translates to 'the creator') who had nine daughters who gave birth to the tribe and after who the nine clans of the tribe are named. Again, this is obviously allegorical and it makes sense as these people were among the Blacks who had once lived in Egypt (fig trees were sacred in Egypt and also the feminine principle is the creative one in occult symbolism). [4] [5]

Another minor origin story of the Kikuyu people recorded by C. Cagnolo (a missionary who studied the Kikuyu culture and traditions extensively) mentions that a wandering man developed a swelling on his knee, which he cut open and out came three boys. He raised the boys as his sons and one matured and became a pastoralist, another an agriculturalists and the last one learned how to forge iron and make iron implements. [6] This we know is usually an allegory for working with the chakras. Cagnolo also recorded that the Kikuyu people called their women 'Daughters of the sun'.

Religion in Kikuyu language is called Kirira, which literally translates to 'That which has Ra'. Ra was the Egyptian sun God. Even the word for the sun is interesting, 'Riera'. The suffix 'Ra' is found in many Kikuyu words which when translated in meaning show some form of reverence for the God Amon-Ra. An example is the word for 'ground' or earth, 'mbirira' which translates to 'the ground has Ra'.

The Kikuyus also had a very interesting festival that was celebrated every thirty years called 'Ituika' (translates to 'the becoming'). This festival bears similarity to the Egyptian Heb-Sed festival. In both, the festival is about passing rulership and it occurred after approximately 30 years. Various Pharaohs and Queens like Hatshepsut celebrated Heb-Sed in their time of rulership. [7]

In doing my research on the Ituika festival, I found that it was deeper than taken by scholars on the subject. It involved a legend about the elders gathering and making preparations to collect some feathers from the tail of a long river creature called the 'ndamathia'. They would send a child (a young girl) who would be covered with protective charms as the creature was said to be very dangerous. This creature was also associated with the rainbow. The child would sing and lure out the creature, mesmerize it with her voice and collect the feathers then bring them back to the elders who would celebrate and the tribe would feast. This marked the transfer of rulership from one generation to another, which would happen again after thirty years.

Researchers like Louis Leakey have taken the creature to be a literal fish. He also noted that the festival involved ritual sex and dance. [8] William Scoresby Routledge (British anthropologist and adventurer) who visited the Kikuyu people decades before Leakey wrote in 1910 that the creature was actually some sort of serpent and that the ceremony was actually an initiation into Kikuyu mysteries. Seniors would make preparations for two years and then on the ceremony they would induct the new generation of leaders in the secret teachings which involved handling the ndamathia creature. Routledge also noted that the feathers that were to be collected from the serpent's tail were to be used for magical purposes. [9]

It is obvious that this is an awakening of the Kundalini in the incoming generation that would lead for three decades. The creature is an allegory for the Kundalini which is why it is associated with the rainbow, also why ritual sex and dance were involved. Orgasm awakens the kundalini and African dance was also used for the same, such as the Yanvalou dance which has moves that awaken the serpent. The feathers used for magic are likely an allegory for using the energy of the serpent for magical purposes. Feathers are also allegorical for the floating sensation of a bioelectricity buzz which makes sense as the Kundalini can give a powerful buzz (this is from old swemons of HPS Maxine on imagery in Egyptian depictions of the Gods).

Moving on, Jomo Kenyatta (first president of Kenya) who was from the tribe wrote extensively on their traditions and customs. He was from a family of traditional occultists and he wrote some of what he had learnt especially from his grandfather (a seer and a magician) to whom he served as an apprentice.

I found his descriptions of the various forms of magic very revealing. The magicians used affirmations, visualization (in a healing for example, there's a part where the healer would clean out the soul of the sick person and affirm that their soul was bright and therefore cleaned from the sickness) and they would at times use objects owned by someone who they intended to work magic on (like in love magic). He also wrote that the magicians had a secret language that they would speak in when performing magic. "It is very important to acquire the correct use of magical words and their proper intonations, for the progress in applying magic effectively depends on uttering these words in their ritual order." [10] It is obvious that this is a form of kabbalah, which the Kikuyu people likely got from the Egyptians during their time in Egypt.

In closing, many other tribes as earlier mentioned had been in Ancient Egypt and they learnt a lot of spirituality from the Aryan Egyptians. Some other tribes even have red, white and black as their clan color tribes and mention explicitly that they were in Egypt (the Meru tribe is an example). These are important colors in alchemy and are from Egypt. The Nazis for example (who were advanced Satanists) used these colors.

Gods like Satan and Amon-Ra were highly revered by Blacks in Africa before the enemy tore it all down and replaced it with Christianity and Islam (Whites are as much victims as Blacks are which is why it is ultimately senseless to blame Whites for Christianity or Arabs for Islam in Africa, as it all stemmed from the jews). It is important to note that Africa was already degenerating before Whites came into the picture, though everything had not been lost yet. Slavery (internal and external), wars, activity by literal Reptilians had all done a number on Africa. The arrival of Christianity dealt a final blow to what was left of the original teachings of the Gods. Blacks need to return to our original spiritual way of life and Gods, the Gods of Hell.


1. 25th Dynasty of Egypt, also known as the Nubian Dynasty (after Nubia invaded Egypt leading to many Blacks living in Egypt)
2. Misri Legend,
3. Ngai, African deity
4. The fig tree and the Kikuyu people,
5. Sycamore fig, Ancient Egypt Wiki,
6. Cagnolo, C.,1933, The Akikuyu, Their customs, Traditions and Folklore.
7. "Heb-Sed, Egyptian feast", Britannica,
8. Leakey, Louis S.B., 1977, The Southern Kikuyu before 1903.
9. Routledge, W. S., and Routledge K., 1910, With a Prehistoric People, the Akikuyu of British East Africa.
10. Kenyatta, J. , Facing Mount Kenya.
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Thank you for the information provided.

For quite some time, while I was studying the matter of destroyed civilizations, Africa is one to suffer a lot from enemy's influence.
There still are remnants of some advanced civilization, megalithic structures, which would be immensely hard to build even with today's tech - generally, things that keen eye can notice all around the world.
What is even more intriguing, Africa is greatly affected by the phenomena of radioactive craters and signs of some major bombings to shape the continent. So, it can be proved, that black race did have advanced civilization, as these aren't just the Egyptian relics, but something different, located throughout the continent. Just the enemy's assault was rather tremendous.

But for now it's speculation, I guess. Perhaps in the future we shall find out more on the subject.
Thanks for the post, the information about names Enkai and Mwene Nyaga most clearly points to the connection between blacks and the Gods.

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan