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Dark Deeds & Divine Justice

Updated: May 12



Have you ever met someone who has constant misfortunes or setbacks in various aspects of life, in relationships, finances, health, and career. Have you ever dated, been related to, or friended someone who is constantly struggling and never able to catch a break. Witnessing those around you constantly surrounded by negative energy, toxic relationships, and addictions? Know someone who does the most yet is always experiencing sudden and unexpected losses or tragedies and even may have affected you? As a result, you feel like you are stuck in a cycle of repeating the same mistakes or facing the same challenges repeatedly. Have you ever experienced a sense of guilt or regret for past actions or decisions. Lately, have you been feeling disconnected from yourself or the world around you with a general sense of unease or unhappiness in life or surrounded yourself with people who feel this way? Let’s talk about it! This year, 2024 equals the number eight when simplified and in numerology eight carries the energy of balance in the materialistic world and spiritual world, karma, resembles the symbol of infinity and deals with the recycling travel path of energy. This year the scales of divine justice will recalibrate and many of you will experience a physical and spiritual stripping!


Since this year is the “Year of Aquarius” The Age of Aquarius is a term in astrology that refers to a period believed to bring about harmony, peace, and enlightenment to humanity. It is associated with the astrological age of Aquarius, which is said to follow the current astrological age of Pisces. While the transition between astrological ages is meant to occur over long periods of time, some believe that we are already in the beginning stages of the Age of Aquarius. Since we’re coming up out of the The Age of Pisces which lasted from my guestimation of 1 AD to 2150 AD. I read my @$$ off and sometimes recalling facts while typing and not lose my train of thought gets my circuit board mixed signals. According to the astrology of the Precession of the Equinoxes its associated with the rise of Christianity as the dominant religion. Pisces harness the energy of sacrifice, compassion, and spirituality. It is believed to have been a time of spiritual development, mysticism, and the search for higher meaning and purpose, selflessness, empathy, and emotion. I remember my Spanish teacher Sinor Ransome back in 1993 to 1995 speaking on how twenty to thirty years from then the world would increase in Islamic religion, to date 55% of the world make up the 24.1% of Islam and 31.2% Christian. The world's Muslim population has increased by around 40% since 1993.


Both Islam with “The Night of the Drop or Tears of Isis” and Christianity have connections to Egyptian history, they are not solely derived from it.  Islam was founded in the 7th century by the Prophet Muhammad in the Arabian Peninsula, while Christianity originated in the 1st century in the Roman province of Judea with the teachings of Jesus Christ. Both religions have roots in the ancient Near East and share some commonalities with Egyptian beliefs and practices, but they also have distinct theological and historical developments that set them apart. There are several potential connections between Christianity and Egyptian history: Egypt is mentioned numerous times in the Bible, particularly in the Old Testament. The story of Exodus, where Moses leads the Israelites out of Egypt, is one of the most well-known examples. This connection shows the historical and cultural ties between ancient Egypt and the Israelites, who are an integral part of Christian history.


Some historians believe the concept of the afterlife, and the idea of death and rebirth had an impact on the development of Christian theological ideas. Christian monastic tradition was influenced by the Desert Fathers of Egypt. These early Christian monks, such as St. Anthony of Egypt, retreated to the desert to live lives of prayer and asceticism, much like the ancient Egyptian hermits before them. The Coptic Orthodox religion which St. Mark the Evangelist, is said to have founded the church in Alexandria have preserved ancient Egyptian traditions and language, making it a unique blend of Christianity and Egyptian culture. Overall, while the connections between Christianity and ancient Egyptian history are complex and multifaceted, there are significant ties between the two traditions. These connections show the rich tapestry of influences that have shaped the development of Christianity over the centuries. Then there’s the oldest religion in the world, Hinduism.  One common thread between Hinduism and Ancient Egyptian religion is the belief in reincarnation and the afterlife. Both religions believe in the concept of a soul that continues to exist after death and can be reborn in a new body.


In Ancient Egypt, the idea of the soul's journey to the afterlife and being judged by the gods is like the Hindu belief in karma and the cycle of birth and rebirth. Hinduism and Ancient Egyptian religion have a pantheon of gods and goddesses that are worshipped and revered like Hinduism, there are many gods and goddesses that represent various aspects of the divine, while in Ancient Egypt, there were also numerous deities that were worshipped for different purposes. Which brings me to why I chose to name this blog entry Dark Deeds & Divine Justice. One common theme in religion, law and life is the concept of justice and in other religions known as "karma" originating from Hindu and Buddhist philosophies derived from the Sanskrit word "karman," meaning "action" or "deed." The concept that refers to the idea that the actions and intentions of an individual will have consequences in their current and future lives. Everything we do is a manifestation within the universe in the 3D earth plane and 5D spiritual plane and depending upon those one receives what we call karma, the consequence of your actions, thoughts, and intentions are returned to you in some form. In Hinduism and Buddhism, karma is a spiritual principle that every action a person takes has a direct effect on their future. Good actions will result in positive outcomes, while bad actions will result in the effects of your past actions, whether they are positive or negative.

“Karma is a b*tch,” is a quote that I feel can apply to those whose that negative actions or intentions can result in negative consequences such as disabilities, diseases, or viruses, it is important to note that these conditions are usually the result of complex interactions involving genetics, environment, lifestyle factors, and chance but make no mistake it’s a direct result of you and in some cases the fourteen previous generations of trauma from your ancestors. I know a few women who were dark, negative, toxic, diabolical, and evil in nature go on to birth disabled, special needs, or sick children or suffer from disabilities, diseases, viruses, and mental afflictions and I believe that it’s due to karma. The Hindus believe that disability is caused by negative karma. Sometimes you can determine a person’s karma based on their life path number and natal chart. This is where I believe Dark Deeds & Divine Justice play out like universal checks and balances.


Learning discernment is seeing people and accepting them for who they are and learning to leave them to learn their own lessons in life because you could be intervening in God’s wrath. Being empathetic I would find myself helping people I cared about and receiving collateral damage or indirect adverse karma because of that person’s bad karma. Ultimately, the idea that one's karma can directly cause bad luck for others is a complex and controversial concept that is open to interpretation. Make no mistake there are plenty of books and scientific studies that draw parallels between poorly managed emotions not being good for your health and how they manifest in to negative attitudes and feelings of helplessness and hopelessness can create chronic stress, which upsets the body's hormone balance, depletes the brain chemicals required for happiness, and damages the immune system. It is important to approach the concept of karma with an open mind and consider the beliefs and perspectives of different cultures and traditions. Recent research found that some viral infections are linked to the development of depression and I know you’ve heard of people dying from a broken heart medically known as takotsubo cardiomyopathy, then there’s the correlations that cancer is caused by carrying guilt and anger, in one study  HIV/AIDS was perceived as a disease associated with dirt, danger and death, although it was also considered to be a disease of karma. Then there’s the regular symptoms that go unnoticed like:

Headaches: Tension headaches can be triggered and intensified by stress.

Increased Depression: Stress in its chronic form can wear you emotionally.

Heartburn: The production of stomach acid is increased by stress that further leads to heartburn.

Insomnia: Stress can lead to sleep disorders that can lead to insomnia.

Rapid Breathing: The muscle that helps you breathe tense up when you’re stressed, and can leave you short of breath.

Weakened Immune System: Your immune systems defense when you’re under long term stress which could leave you vulnerable to infections.

Risk of Heart Attack: Over time, with increased stress level one can have high blood pressure and increased heart rate that can damage your arteries that can lead to heart attack.

Fertility Problem: Reproductive system is interfered with stress in both men and women making it harder to conceive.

Low Sex Drive: Stress and fatigue can take a toll on your libido.

Addictions: Sex creating cravings and deviance, and highly transferable emotions or karma. Alcoholism is indeed unskillful karma because it is rooted in craving and perpetuates craving. Drugs and alcohol abuse according to the Hindu scriptures is said to lead to bad “Karma” and bad “rebirth”. So, it is not a question of having one partner or many, it’s a matter of being protective of your scared ‘sacr’al (scar Latin for holy) charka virtuous actions such as giving, being patience, positive self-development, and wisdom.


It’s important to understand that you will not be touched by bad karma (sin) if you did not inflict pain on, harm, or take away ones will or right to choose just as good karma creates abundance. Proverbs 5:21-23 says, “The LORD sees everything you do, and he watches where you go. An evil man will be caught in his wicked ways; the ropes of his sins will tie him up. He will die because he does not control himself, and he will be held captive by his foolishness.” This is why it’s important to live a life of honesty, integrity, purpose, kindness, compassion, humility, communication, performance management, self-development, courage, justice, and fairness. We all have a debt to pay in this thing we call life as you will be judged based on your good or dark deeds and divine justice will be served whether it’s on the physical or spiritual plane. I remember hearing Ms. Hall who I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time in 1996 say, “God gon whip ya good.” That stuck with me as I watched my father in pain on his death bed, dying from cancer and all I could think was this was divine justice for the bad karma he’d imparted on others. Then I thought about how while I may not carry bad karma in this life per my life path number and natal chart, but I have a moral purpose in this life which took a lot of calibrating of universal justice where my choices based on others led to a spiritual stripping. Honeyyyy, when God strips you of everything but your faith, be grateful for you are blessing. Where do you turn in times of trial, who is the real you, and can you still declare God’s goodness during your pain? Since birth I’ve not had it easy but like most of God’s anointed, I preserved and remained humble, prayerful, and kind before him and for that I’ll always receive DIVINE JUSTICE. All the older folks I was inspired by throughout my life would say, “What goes around comes around.” “Do unto others as you would have them do to you.” “You get back the same energy you put out.” “You reap what you sow.” My Egyptian ancestors “There is no going back, once you have seen the truth.” You are now spiritually awakened to the LAWS OF MA’AT or universal law, you will be judged and receive your judgment based on you! Be wise so that when judgment does befall you it’s by God’s favor.


Since most humans nowadays only have an 8 second attention span, I try and keep my blog entries down to eight minutes or less. Before I go, I will leave you with this quote. “Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome.” — Booker T. Washington

 

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