countless years, millions upon millions look to the sky for inspiration or
enjoyment, read some obscure horoscope with hopes of a better today/tomorrow,
or take the astronomy bug just a little farther and attempt to name
constellations, etc. But how many have ever taken a moment to ask themselves
the question, “Is there a map of the sky?” For the number of those that did,
they received lie upon lie about the positions and names(true names) of the
stars and constellations. Take a moment to relax, sit down and take a deep
breath, because questions are about to be answered.
The Earth Center, under the spiritual guidance of Naba Lamoussa Morodeninbig, is
about to present to the public something many eyes have not seen and even more
ears have not heard - the truth about the original map of the sky. It is called
the Mandala of Denderah, and it is the most impressive, most accurate and most
astonishing representation of the original outline of the sky. The Mandala of
Denderah is the original map of the sky. It is the very first map of the sky
which displays all of the constellations with their original Kemetic names. The
original inhabitants of the Nile Valley developed this map to identify their
surroundings, and it can still be found in the temples of Dendera (renamed
Elephantine by the Greeks).
The Mandala of Denderah precedes all modern history and is over 54,000 years
old. It is clearly older than many civilizations on the planet and has been
reproduced by various societies. It has been plagarized by the Greeks, Arabs,
Chinese, and the Hitittes to name a few. Each group has changed the Mandela of
Denderah to establish their own cultural identity with the map. For example, on
the Chinese calendar, a dragon resides in the same position where a crocodile
resides in the Mandala of Dendera. When looking at the Mayan calendar, one can
see its close resemblance to the Kemetic map. Hence, the map was changed from
astronomical accuracy to a cultural expression for each group of people.
“All the charts that we see now, even the astronomical charts of the sky, are
degenerations of the Mandala of Denderah. The map has been reproduced in
various areas around the world. But what is happening is that every tribe or
culture tries to add their identity to the Mandala by transforming aspects of
the map itself,” replies Naba. Most of the public does not realize how easy
corruption can be introduced into a spiritual and factual map. “For example, it
is very easy to replace the bull with the bear, because the bull and the bear
(form-wise) will look the same. Now we call the bear the 'Big Dipper.' The Big
Dipper's as-tronomical name is 'Usar Major', Usar meaning bear. So, you have
'big bear' and 'small bear'.” Things degenerate very easily and quickly when
cultural expression is exchanged for astronomical accuracy. Different people
put their own cultural flavor or influence in it, and that is what has affected
the knowledge. “You start doing something with a reason, and in time the
reasons of why you are doing it change. You see it as evolution, but the truth
is it is more like a degeneration. When the reason is changing and the act is
exactly the same, it happens as a distraction - this is how easily a human
being forgets why he does things. He always has to convince himself of why he
is doing something, so when he forgets why he was doing something, he makes up
another reason to explain why he is doing it.” Naba says.
TCF: What is the Mandala?
Naba: The Mandala is just a map or chart. It is from that original word that we
have different spiritual drawings that are called mandalas as well. For
example, Tibetan maps all the charts will be called mandala.
TCF: Has the map of the sky changed since the original Mandala of Denderah was
Naba: The Mandala doesn't change because the constellation is represented as
static stars - stars that don't move or that move extremely slowly. The change
is slow and is above human comprehension, so for a human being, it is literally
impossible to notice it. The oldest estimate is the equivalence of the rhythm
of one degree every three to four hundred thousand years.
TCF: Does the Mandala tell a story?
Naba: The Mandala was not made with a goal of entertaining, If you look, you
will see that the representations in the first circle are made of thirty-six
constellations. All of them have an astronomical time line, which is ten days.
If you set a fixed point on the map, it will take 10 days to go from
constellation to constellation.
TCF: Are the outer representations Gods and Goddesses?
Naba: Yes, as you look you can see a double Heru and Aishat. Then the
representations follow the pattern of Heru, Heru, Aishat,Heru, Heru, and
Aishat, with a distance between them being the same: 45 degrees.
TCF: Is there a reason for the double Heru and Aishat?
Naba: The Southern pole and the Northern pole are governed by Aishat, and the
space between is governed by Heru. But the truth is that the four Aishats are
positioned on the four corners, which is North, South, East and West. The
double Herus are in between the four corners at forty five degrees.
TCF: How was the God or Goddess of a particular constillation determined?
Naba: It was determined when the human being was the closest to the Gods. It
was not a situation of a human being discovering which God is dedicated to
which constellation; it was a human being discovering a constellation and then
finding out that it belongs to one of the gods.
TCF: How old is the Mandala of Denderah?
Naba: It is at least 54,000 years old. Since the Europeans took over, their map
of the sky has changed. For the last 600 years the map of the sky has been
changed at least 100 times! Before the Europeans started developing interest in
astronomy, it was the Arabic people that made it their job to change all the
names of the stars into the Arabic language. While this was happening, the
Chinese people were changing all the names into Chinese and reconfigurating the
drawings. When white people came into play, they had a convention to get Arabs
to name some of the stars and leave some for Europeans to name. So some of them
took Arabic names and others took Latin names. Then the Europeans, like every
superpower that comes up, wants to colonize the sky. I recently saw an
advertisement that says you can name a star - now America feels that they are a
superpower and they want to colonize/re-name every star.
TCF: What affect does this have on astronomy?
Naba: During the cold war, Russia said that they were doing most of the work
identifying most of the stars, and that they deserved to name them. When they
noticed a star, they put their name on it. It became a big mess. So basically,
astronomy is becoming more difficult because of politics. First they said that
whoever colonizes the land is the most powerful, so they colonized everything.
Then they changed the rules to whoever is colonizing the stars is the most
powerful. Some people now are even buying land on the moon! Some guy came up
with this scam - you can find it on the internet. It sells for like 200 dollars
for an acre. The irony is that there are people in England that are claiming
they own the land on the moon! It all boils down to the degeneration of human
TCF: What about the other Zodiacs?
Naba: The other zodiacs are all based on this original map of the sky. We
included the "modern" zodiac on the poster of the Mandala of Denderah. If you
look at the original map of the sky, you will see the same zodiac symbols that
the Greeks introduced as their own.
The Mandala of Dendera is the world's oldest and only true map of the sky with
everything in it's exact location. It is the symbol of people who inhabited the
Nile Valley and their vast wisdom of mathematics, art and astronomy. It is
clear that everybody goes to Merita (Africa) to look for and gather knowledge, and
astronomical knowledge has not escaped this reality. Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig
has resurrected The Mandala of Denderah and has presented this important
knowledge to the public in the form of a poster. It represents the regeneration
of human knowledge and true astronomical knowledge, and we should all have one
to place on our walls with pride.