Rihanna Knows Isis, Do You? Get The Real Meaning Of The Tattoo! Know Thyself [AUDIO]
Rihanna paid tribute to her late grandmother, who passed away in July 2012 after a long battle with cancer, with a large tattoo of the Kemetic goddess Aset (Greek name Isis) on her chest.
Rihanna tweeted: Goddess Isis-Complete Woman-Model for future generations-#GRANGRANDOLLY-always in and on my heart #1love”
Of course we had a discussion on Wednesday of this week about the use of these Ancient Kemetic/Egyptian symbols by today’s music artists and the motivation behind their desire to do so.
Rihanna’s tweet in remembrance of her grandmother shows that she understands the Goddess Aset to be the complete woman.
But who is the Goddess Aset (Isis)
When you study the history of humanity as a whole you will find that the oldest forms of deities are feminine. It can also be experienced that true power for doing or manifestation is feminine.
Speaking of power it is appropriate to point out that regards to Nile Valley culture and spiritual traditions that the succession to the throne descends through the female not the male. Meaning, the next King had to be born from the royal female line. Thus, Ancient Egypt was a matrilineal society. This is why we see Aset (Isis) depicted with a throne on her head. In fact, the name Aset can literally be understood as the “throne”. The ancient world adhered to this practice because they were modeling themselves after greater and universal truths. The principle here is that authority and all forms of manifestation is established through the feminine.
When we look about our families, communities and nations and we do not see what we would like to see then by getting back to this truth we change it. The man and woman (or womb-man) coming together in balance is what will create according to divine plan. Both are necessary, the man or masculine is the divine idea, the seed or spark of manifestation. This, however, needs a place to be planted, to be nurtured and to flourish.
The birthing of children is a demonstration of this principle in action. The man plants the seed and then the woman nurtures this seed as a child is brought forth. So we see the masculine interjects. Then, however, the woman must say “Yes” and if so she embarks upon the nine months of the work of bringing forth the child.
In Christianity, the story of Jesus and Mary is taken from Aset/Isis and Heru (Greek name Horus).
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