Metu Neter - Vols I - II - III : Metu Neter and You

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What is this book or any of RUNA's books doing for you. I think the ppl are getting different uses and things out of his books. I don't think his books are for everybody or maybe everybody isn't in the right mind set to digest it. The book does make it clear to me that there are many paths to Ausar which is your highest spiritual level. The Metu Neter reveals more paths of 'inner truths' vs info which I must have blind faith to accept.

I'm hoping this can provide healthy dialog btwn those who do have a dilemma with the book or the author without anyone having to run and report to the moderators that someone is disturbing the peace. But all I ask is that we all be respectful to each other. Keeping in mind that we're family here. Also if there is something you don't understand about it, share it here and hopefully someone can reply back and clear up the matter.

Ive already named one of my short comings concerning the Metu Neter. It did explain and talk about meditation but it just isn't sinking in. It is doing an incredible job pealing off the layers of illusion I've been living and see other ppl living. Not only that but shaping the one reality we live in and making it my own. The importance msg of peace, happiness and staying positive is also very much the food for the soul I get from my readings. Above all I what I needed to know about God/True Self.

Oh I can't forget
I think it provides the tools needed for me to relate to what Men Nefer and Istlota expresses. lol two incredible wordsmiths.

I'm here to learn

Peace
 

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The msg of gaining the Knowledge of Self also needs to be mentioned on top of the list.

Also the Metu Neter Vol 1 & 2, Maat(11 laws of God), and T.O.L.M. are spiritual books that doesn't appear to have any contradictions with science or it's self that I can fathom.
 

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hiphopolx said:
What is this book or any of RUNA's books doing for you. I think the ppl are getting different uses and things out of his books. I don't think his books are for everybody or maybe everybody isn't in the right mind set to digest it. The book does make it clear to me that there are many paths to Ausar which is your highest spiritual level. The Metu Neter reveals more paths of 'inner truths' vs info which I must have blind faith to accept.

I'm hoping this can provide healthy dialog btwn those who do have a dilemma with the book or the author without anyone having to run and report to the moderators that someone is disturbing the peace. But all I ask is that we all be respectful to each other. Keeping in mind that we're family here. Also if there is something you don't understand about it, share it here and hopefully someone can reply back and clear up the matter.

Ive already named one of my short comings concerning the Metu Neter. It did explain and talk about meditation but it just isn't sinking in. It is doing an incredible job pealing off the layers of illusion I've been living and see other ppl living. Not only that but shaping the one reality we live in and making it my own. The importance msg of peace, happiness and staying positive is also very much the food for the soul I get from my readings. Above all I what I needed to know about God/True Self.

Oh I can't forget
I think it provides the tools needed for me to relate to what Men Nefer and Istlota expresses. lol two incredible wordsmiths.

I'm here to learn

Peace


mertu neter pu setem an setem en mesetu neter

"What is loved of God is obedience; disobedience hateth God

ut'a-f met neter as set'em-nef metu

"He weigheth words, and, behold God harkeneth unto the words".

This is ANCIENT Wisdom that is not contained soley in one book and not the posession of one group or "society".

This is what it means to ME.

And I will leave it at that.

Peace.
 

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Thanks for your reply. The books mentions many different paths for different times and societies. Also how the deities in one school of thought was the equivalent in another. This in its self is a definite eye opener.
Your input is welcome here. Like I said I truly want to learn and have a healthy dialog in a positive setting such as this.

The Truth is Universal therefore

''This is ANCIENT Wisdom that is not contained soley in one book and not the posession of one group or "society".

Is a fair assessment I can concur with.
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hiphopolx said:
What is this book or any of RUNA's books doing for you. I think the ppl are getting different uses and things out of his books. I don't think his books are for everybody or maybe everybody isn't in the right mind set to digest it. The book does make it clear to me that there are many paths to Ausar which is your highest spiritual level. The Metu Neter reveals more paths of 'inner truths' vs info which I must have blind faith to accept.

I'm hoping this can provide healthy dialog btwn those who do have a dilemma with the book or the author without anyone having to run and report to the moderators that someone is disturbing the peace. But all I ask is that we all be respectful to each other. Keeping in mind that we're family here. Also if there is something you don't understand about it, share it here and hopefully someone can reply back and clear up the matter.

Ive already named one of my short comings concerning the Metu Neter. It did explain and talk about meditation but it just isn't sinking in. It is doing an incredible job pealing off the layers of illusion I've been living and see other ppl living. Not only that but shaping the one reality we live in and making it my own. The importance msg of peace, happiness and staying positive is also very much the food for the soul I get from my readings. Above all I what I needed to know about God/True Self.

Oh I can't forget
I think it provides the tools needed for me to relate to what Men Nefer and Istlota expresses. lol two incredible wordsmiths.

I'm here to learn

Peace
If you please, I need a few days and will come back to this. I KNOW...you are sharing some uniques insights and I am interested in BE
~ing engaged in discussion wth you ....and....it's later and I'm tired....

going to go back to movie which i have not finished adn may work next two nights.

If I do...I will be getting back @ wed. some time.

Unitl WE meet again....


Stay Safe and Strong....

:hearts2:
 

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hiphopolx said:
Thanks for your reply. The books mentions many different paths for different times and societies. Also how the deities in one school of thought was the equivalent in another. This in its self is a definite eye opener.
Your input is welcome here. Like I said I truly want to learn and have a healthy dialog in a positive setting such as this.

The Truth is Universal therefore

''This is ANCIENT Wisdom that is not contained soley in one book and not the posession of one group or "society".

Is a fair assessment I can concur with.
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"The books mentions many different paths for different times and societies".

True. This is why one need not be an initiate in any one order to recieve the truth. To be more specific, the one thing that I did get from the "book" is that i is a system of self-initiation.

SELF-INITIATION.

I dont need a priest or guru to teach me the meditative techniques or to decipher the meaning of the text. As far as the deities in one school being the equivalent to another I found this to be true. But I also found that for me personally I connect with The Memphite Theology and related deities such as Ptah, Sekhmet and Heru-khuti. Not Ra or Amen for Ptah was worshipped at an earlier period. I do however associate also with Het-Heru, Maat, Anubia and Auset.

To be totally honest, and some have said Im confused [maybe so] I actually got more KNOWLEDGE from reading Stolen Legacy and perhaps because it was written at an earlier period and I've had more time to digest it. Further more, I got a strong influence from Rasta and jazz musicians such as John and Alice Coltrane and typically meditate [as i did earlier tonight] listening to jazz or reggae/dub music.

Alice Coltrane is as far as I need to go into the Hindu influence. But whenever I see the words "Kabbalistic tradition" for some reason I turn off.

Brother you have my email and I may have to respond to some posts via that device. Im really hesitant, for some obvious reasons, to become silent on the "metu neter" in a public setting. Especially reading a text the other day. Its like this. I identify very strongly to heru-khuti and Auset. Its like a relationship between me and a great-aunt. She gave me instruction that I never make public. The things she taught me from "above". Some things are meant to be kept within the Family. And every brother here aint a brother, not to ME.

Peace...
 

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omowalejabali said:
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"The books mentions many different paths for different times and societies".

True. This is why one need not be an initiate in any one order to recieve the truth. To be more specific, the one thing that I did get from the "book" is that i is a system of self-initiation.

SELF-INITIATION.

I dont need a priest or guru to teach me the meditative techniques or to decipher the meaning of the text. As far as the deities in one school being the equivalent to another I found this to be true. But I also found that for me personally I connect with The Memphite Theology and related deities such as Ptah, Sekhmet and Heru-khuti. Not Ra or Amen for Ptah was worshipped at an earlier period. I do however associate also with Het-Heru, Maat, Anubia and Auset.

To be totally honest, and some have said Im confused [maybe so] I actually got more KNOWLEDGE from reading Stolen Legacy and perhaps because it was written at an earlier period and I've had more time to digest it. Further more, I got a strong influence from Rasta and jazz musicians such as John and Alice Coltrane and typically meditate [as i did earlier tonight] listening to jazz or reggae/dub music.

Alice Coltrane is as far as I need to go into the Hindu influence. But whenever I see the words "Kabbalistic tradition" for some reason I turn off.

Brother you have my email and I may have to respond to some posts via that device. Im really hesitant, for some obvious reasons, to become silent on the "metu neter" in a public setting. Especially reading a text the other day. Its like this. I identify very strongly to heru-khuti and Auset. Its like a relationship between me and a great-aunt. She gave me instruction that I never make public. The things she taught me from "above". Some things are meant to be kept within the Family. And every brother here aint a brother, not to ME.

Peace...
Another aspect of Truth is eternal. What was manifested and/or intuited back in the day can be manifested and/or intuited today.

as far as
'To be totally honest, and some have said Im confused [maybe so] I actually got more KNOWLEDGE from reading Stolen Legacy and perhaps because it was written at an earlier period and I've had more time to digest it. Further more, I got a strong influence from Rasta and jazz musicians such as John and Alice Coltrane and typically meditate [as i did earlier tonight] listening to jazz or reggae/dub music.'

It must be understood that we all have different perspectives and we should try and at least be respectful of others perspective if nothing more than to at least be able to dialog with each other. It was recently said here that 'behind every good man there is a good woman.' Well that is a matter of perspective. I could be observing that same reality and say 'what is he talking about that good man is clearly behind that good woman' . One reality different perspectives. There is no right or wrong in this case. If we argue whose view is the right one. Then we run the risk of avoiding communications altogether. Not good. If we all have the same perspective then that leaves us with a limited amount of phenomena to talk about. However conversing back or forth about the different perspectives respectively will manifest some stimulating and insightful conversations.

Therein reveals the purpose for this thread.

Hotep
 

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Who/What is "RUNA":?:

Hotep HipHopolx! and
thanks for the conversation. I did have a couple questions as I listen to ppl share thier experiences, strengths and plans related to the contents of the Metu Neter and other Spiritual systems.

Regarding the Metu Neter....I keep seeing the term/name "RUNA"...

As i listened to you in this thread, it seems that "RUNA" is a person. Is that right:?:

Now..I have volume one of the book (had vol.2 yet it was lost during travels) and I've read some. I don't know much about the author except what i've read here and others sources on the net. Yet, is "RUNA" the author:?:

Also, I have asked a couple times and even started a thread seeking more information about the "cards" and how they are used in conjunction with the book. The title of that thread was "Just a thougth" or something like that.

Anywho....I'm glad you started this thread and I'm interested in hearting others folks questions and/or sharing info here and within the Metu Neter Forum.

I'd like to share more of my intuitions and influences to my Spiritual life and development...yet..no time right now.

Nice Job HipHopolx....I'm also enjoying the work your doing here!

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truetothecause said:
Regarding the Metu Neter....I keep seeing the term/name "RUNA"...As i listened to you in this thread, it seems that "RUNA" is a person. Is that right:?:
RUNA stands for ra un nefer amen the brother who wrote the metu neter
 

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