THE REAL MEANING OF HALLOWEEN Sekhmet the Destroyer (N.B. In addition to native variations by locality or over time, there are often several possible transliterations into the Roman alphabet used for English.)
Sekhmet: The Goddess of sunset, destruction, death, and wisdom. The cycle of life and death was created when the primeval Goddess Sekhmet-Bast divided into two sisters, Sekhmet and Bast. co-wife sistas of Ptah. Het Heret is often depicted as Sekhmet’s “more gentle side”. Sekhmet is typically shown as a Black skinned woman with the head of a lioness. Her eyes and hair are often orange or red.
The degenerated Halloween steals its celebrations from the Feast of Sekhmet and Bast. Two of the three wives of Ptah. The third being Anath, mother of Nekaybaw (Twa Nation).
“Sekhmet is the wise old grand-mother leg of the divine triangle — I mean trinity. She is called Kali in the east (Hindu), and she is also known as the destroyer Goddess. She helps us to bring a close to things which do not serve us in our lives.” — Majik
“In Astrology she will resonate strongly with Saturn, Pluto, and the asteroid Chiron. She wants renewal and healing for everything and relentlessly creates the conditions for us to keep growing and changing, by moving us out of static patterns and into the dynamic quality of new experience… She is depicted as a woman with the head of a lion.” — Majik
“In the tarot she will resonate with the High Priestess card, and the Death Card, and the Queen of Swords, and the Justice or Adjustment card…There are probably others.” — Majik
“All of these attributions are some not all of the attributions. She may seem hard on us at times, but it is because we in our drama enough to be unable to see the rebirth that is always involved with the endings and “deaths” we encounter through our experience here at this octave of conciousness.” — Majik
“She loves you very much.” — Majik “So much it can be scary!!!!” —Majik holy days
Wednesday: Sekhmet is associated with Wednesday.
Khoiak: Sekhmet is the Goddess of the month of Khoiak of the season of Akhet (Inundation), which was from approximately mid October to mid November.
Feast of Sekhmet and Bast: Sekhmet and Bast pictured left. Dedicated to Sekhmet and Bast. Forerunner of Halloween. Celebrated on October 31.
November: Sekhmet is associated with November.
December: Sekhmet is associated with December. – Natural Tahuti Free Comrad Tahuti Son of Sekhmet The Black Woman iz God Free Tahuti!!!!
Haki Kweli Shakur August Third Collective NAPLA NAIM