MAGIC OF TRUTH

EMET אמת

In the quest for enlightenment and spiritual growth, understanding the nature of Truth becomes paramount. Truth is dynamic, ever-evolving, and beyond ownership. It is woven into the very fabric of existence. “Truth is matter in its actualized state” (The 14 Keys). Delving deeper, the Hebrew understanding of Truth, or “Emet” (אמת), enriches our perspective by illustrating the comprehensive and foundational nature of truth. Emet, comprising the first, middle, and last letters of the Hebrew alphabet, symbolizes the all-encompassing aspect of truth, from beginning to end. Truth/Emet underscores the importance of integrity and authenticity in one’s actions and relationships. This in turn leads to connection which is LOVE – therein lies the magic.

Hebrew word for TRUTH:

EMET –  אצת alef/mem/tav

Living in truth is not merely about adherence to factual accuracy. We learn in The 14 Keys that facts are just agreeance to what is accepted by the majority – for example, think how many books have rewritten history to reflect the desire and lies of a few. Mathematics is attributed to Greeks while it has always been known that these “fathers” were educated by Kemetic scholars. Nonetheless, the Truth represents  journey – Alef to Tav. It is also a journey from Knowledge to Born, which are the teachings of Supreme Mathematics (120) where truth is likened to fire—a catalyst for refinement and transformation. Truth is revered as the power and light that guide one out of the shadows of ignorance.

Chief Yuya Podcast, Episode 16: The Truth Shall Make You Free

Drawing inspiration from John 8:32, “And you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free,” we recognize that freedom resides in the mind, while liberation manifests in the body. The key here is that we are made free by the truth. This powerful message from emphasizes that our journey towards FREEDOM or “Freeing our domes” is paved with the stones of truth.

SCRIPTURE OF THE STRONG

“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

John 8:32 (KJV, 1611)