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In the Kemetic tradition and in the diaspora many know of the ankh. The ankh which we will go into more detail for those that are serious about learning and applying kemetic spirituality entails more than just reincarnation. It is actually dealing with many different stages prior to the physical manifestation of the self and after. The cicilga (medu term for the self) we should care for as it is an essential aspect and part of each one of us. There are sorcerers (not to be confused with Priests/High Priests, that can steal the cicilga / the self. This is where the concept of zombies comes from because the phsycial body once the cicilga is stolen / taken away the body is like an empty vessel. The cicilga is compromised by how one carries out their lives and how one behaves. One that behaves destructively and self-destructively puts their cicilga at risk that can also result in your bloodline kicking you out from the bloodline prohibiting you from reincarnating. Take your life and the way you live seriously and abide by the 77 commandments as that serves as a layer of protection. We will go into more detail about this in the future. If you wish to learn message us or comment.
This is why we encourage all to return to traditional spirituality, the knowledge of our Ancestors is vast and sacred in comparison to new age which often times has inaccurate information and misconceptions.
On another note, in some traditions we say if a woman touches your hair (man's hair) it means she wants to marry you. This goes to show how careful we are about our head.
We also include here a great post from Brother Awonon Tsetula below in addition to our post above.
In Eweland, we are taught that it is very dangerous to let anybody touch your head or the head of any of your children. Why? Frequently, when a kid who is NOT sick in the morning but comes home in the afternoon with a sickness that people can’t understand, the parents of the kid use to ask his fellow friends, the same question: “What happened?” and if the answer is “a person X touched his head when we were playing”, you will hear the parents exclaim in EWE: