MA’AT is the ancient one who represents the symbol of TRUTH, JUSTICE, AND WORLD ORDER, and THE FEMALE DEITY of the weighing of the AbHEART’. MA’AT always wears the OSTRICH FEATHER A SYMBOL OF LAW, TRUTH, RIGHT AND JUSTICE. The word MA’AT means, “THAT WHICH IS STRAIGHT, RIGHT, TRUE, SINCERE AND HONEST. SHE IS THE WOMAN OF THE JUDGMENT HALL.

The descended must satisfy the recording Deity Tehuti (Thoth) and the Deity Ma’at before judgment can be decided and pronounced. This judgment takes account of the intentions of the soul in the methods and motive for action. Action, not words count in the scales of justice. Ma’at is to match yourself, which is to make one’s self match the great purpose of one’s own divinity by conforming one’s life to his or her own standard of truth, justice, right and equality, which is to fulfill the laws of Ma’at. You don’t accept another form of justice in and about your life.

 
Maat Statue

It’s your life, you decide what is just and what is not in your worldly affairs. You must learn to be your own judge and be true to yourself.

Ma’at was the wife of Tehuti, (Thoth) and the daughter of Re (Ra). Ma’at Assisted Ta, (PTAH), and Khnum in carrying out rightly the work of creation ordered by Tehuti.Her name means; RIGHT, TRUE, REAL, GENUINE, UPRIGHT, RIGHTEOUS, JUST, STEADFAST, UNALTERABLE, etc. The symbol of Ma’at is the OSTRICH FEATHER. She is the order that rules the world through balance.

FEATHERS ARE LIGHT, THEY FLUCTUATE, and they flow with the wind. NATIVE AMERICANS use them on arrows because it makes the arrow SPEAR STRAIGHT.

Also MA’AT is the principle connected in the ancient symbol of The Ancient Egiptian Order, the pyramid with the LOTUS FLOWER in the center surrounded by THE THREE SUNS OF THE TRIAD OF TIME. THE THREE POINTS OF THE PYRAMID ARE THE THREE SUNS, THE FIRST POINT OF LIGHT BEING ATUM (DAY BREAK) THE SECOND POINT OF LIGHT BEING ATUN (HIGH NOON) THE THIRD POINT OF LIGHT BEING AMUN (SETTING SUN)

THESE THREE POINTS OF LIGHTS ARE CONNECTED BY PRINCIPLES OF MA’AT.

On this terrestrial realm there is no way to define the ancient mystic symbol in English but, I will do my best. The only way to finding it is according to our “Sacred Tablets Of Atum – Re”. And the words on the sacred pages say: “And pertaining to these three points, the first being Atun, the third being Amun”.

AMUN is how all religious groups end their prayers with AMEN, Muslims say AMIYN, at the end of their prayers, Christians say AM-ANE (MATTHEWS 6:13) and Jews say AW-MANE (NUMBERS 5:22). You are fooled into using the day while the evil one uses the night. The three tools of the Luciferians begins at the setting of the sun, the point and the last ray from ATUN. Even in the Bible the book of Apocrypha called the book of REVELATIONS; in the New Testament of the Christian bible, Chapter 3:14 they literally us the egiptian Deity AMUN’S name as the AMEN, “The faithful and the true witness, the beginning of the creation of god”. 

And who do you think they are calling AMUN, the Egiptian Deity, or AMEN, as it is found in the English translation of Revelation chapter 3:14, simply read the same book Revelation chapter 1:5, where it reads: “And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness”. So the AMUN of ancient Egipt was Jesus, just as HARU “HORUS” was depicted in ancient Egipt as AMUN–RA in latter times, also, Jesus is an AMUN – RA,faithful witness”.

This is how it’s worded, at the beginning is as the SUN. It is the HORIZON to the LEFT of the pendulum principle that the SUN begins to appear to have SET. Thus, the Deity SET (SUTUKH) from sunset and the light goes into the AMENTA “NETHERWORLD” and travels through THE THREE DEGREES OF DARKNESS and rises in the morning ATUM, the beginning of life.

AUM is the beginning of life. The pendulum point swings from the point ATUM to the point AMUN Controlled by the RE OR RA OF ATUN, which, is depicted as a disc with extended rays of lights, as hands. This hand symbol YOD, or Y which is really the letter I. The use of the hand was adapted by the monotheist and became the hand of God, Allah or Jehovah. It also symbolizes the QUILL that is the OSTRICH FEATHER.

 THE OSTRICH FEATHER was used as a pen for writing the hieratic script of TA-MARA, it became the beak of the IBIS BIRD for the Deity TEHUTI (THOTH) which symbolized the scribe that wrote the law called the Torah, your Bible and it gave birth to the Qur’an (KORAN), all from the Egiptians, which their God Yahweh was supposed to have written by hand, for the HARIBU-AAT (HEBREWS), they show the symbol of the extended pointed finger, which is the beak of the IBIS BIRD, under MOSE, who became MOSHEH, MO-SACE, AND MUWAS A TRIAD NAME.

1. HEBREW, MOSHEH

2. GREEK, MO-SACE

3. ARABIC, MUWAS all from the Egiptian MOSE, meaning “CHILD”. Of the school of THOTH “TEHUTI”, who became HERMES, from Latin HERMETICUS, meaning “ALCHEMICAL’ borrowed by the Greeks and used as a god, son of Zeus and Maia.

So as you can see all of your monotheistic religious belief and doctrine come from Egiptian mystery schools, which you will learn only in the Ancient Egiptian Order. The symbol of justice is THE OSTRICH FEATHER, and a representation of the quill of TEHUTI who is the scribe for many scrolls of Ancient Egipt (TAMA-RE). THE OSTRICH represents the struggle on the inside and was used for the weighing of the heart. After death, at the deceased one's funeral, the heart was weighed against a feather which represented the truth. If the scales balanced the person, that person could go into the next world, the sentimental winds of life.

They used the OSTRICH’S feather (MA’AT) because the OSTRICH bird has a large body and small head. The bird would stick back his head beneath the earth out of sight, and people would assume he was not being seen, much like JUSTICE. This concept is a small body of hidden mysteries and sacred writings that govern a large body of people who think their actions are not being seen.

Overall, MA’AT is the pillar of justice and is the spiritual struggle against injustice. We, the TAMA-REANS, must learn to assimilate, to distribute and to pass judgment justly and with impartiality. We must stand for true MA’AT, “THAT WHICH IS RIGHT”. NOT AS WE PRESENTLY LIVE.

THE TRUE WAY THE MASTER TEACHER HAS GIVEN IT TO US, IN THE SCHOOL OF MA’AT.

HAR MA'AT ATUM-RE

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