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HEDJU NE ANTIU: Frankincense and Myrrh - Ausar and Het Heru in Uauti (Venus)

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In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace we examine the nature and function of hedju ne antiu - frankincense and myrrh from our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religious context. An excerpt from our publication HEDJU NE ANTIU: Frankincense and Myrrh - Ausar and Het Heru in Uauti (Venus):

"...The sacred resins hedju and antiu, called frankincense and myrrh, are ancient and have been used by Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) for thousands of years. Because of the fictional stories found within the bible and their related fictional characters who never existed (jesus/yeshua, abraham, solomon, sheba, menelik, hebrews, etc.), some have put forward the notion that frankincense and myrrh were introduced to Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) by the whites and their offspring. Moreover, some have falsely posited that the combination of the two resins in ritual is misguided.

In reality, there is a cosmological foundation for the use of hedju and antiu inclusive of their combined ritual use. This is based upon the major Ntoro and Ntorot (God and Goddess/Neter and Netert) who govern them in a specific capacity.

In the image above we see the Ntorot (Goddess) Het Heru in Her red garment and the Ntoro (God) Ausar in His white garment seated upon their thrones. We also have the planet Uauti (venus). Underneath Het Heru and Ausar are the resins hedju and antiu..."

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