HEKAU: Powerful People Speak Words of Power

For magic is but human will lent focus by a methodology including ritual, prayer, and sacrifice.

–From Hell by Alan Moore

In the book Egyptian Magic by Sir Ernest A. Wallis Budge the phrase “Words of Power” is used no less than 25 times. Budge speaks primarily of “words of power” used by Auset or as he calls her “Isis” to initiate the healing process. This is significant when we reflect on Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, who gave us the ultimate word of power, melanin, in her book “The Yssis Papers: Keys To The Colors.”

The Yssis Papers gave us a different perspective on the behavior referred to as racism/white supremacy. We have since come to an awareness through the healing process, we speak of as the Swahili phrase mchakato wa uponyaji. Dr. Welsing taught us about the fear of genetic annihilation. It is a mental state. It motivates melanin challenged people who call themselves white to engage in behavior intending to deprive melanin people or people of melanin of justice.

The Metu Neter by Ra Un Nefer Amen refers to hekau or “words of power” as the “divine word” used to invoke angels in different traditions.

The universe is in constant vibration. Vibrations produce changes in the physical makeup of the universe. Some  vibrations can be detected as sounds. The words we speak and hear are the result of vibrations in our environment which emanate from within. These vibrations are transmitted through the medium of the air around us and sensed through our hearing. When sounds are converted into electrochemical impulses in our brain they can affect the way we think. Visual images have a similar effect.

With that awareness, we can infer that one person’s angel is another’s electrochemical response.

Melanin or mweusi is an aromatic biopolymer and organic semiconductor. It is in bird feathers, animal fur, plants, fish scales, reptile scales and human skin. It currently is worth over $350 a gram more than gold. Melanin is valuable because it is important. We use the word mweusi as a synonym for melanin. To us, the most powerful words directly connect us to the origin of all thought, all culture and all language on the continent of Africa. African words resonate on us subconsciously in ways radically different from other languages.

Hence the use of the word hekau as an indicator we are using words of power.

Ten hekau or words of power are:

Melanin is worth over $350 a gram more than gold.

Just like the hekau used by Auset in KMT, the ten words above have healing qualities. For several hundred years now dark or black has been held in less than the highest regard. With the ten words above as a healing affirmation we now have scientific evidence that we should hold ourselves in high esteem.

Further evidence of the healing qualities of the melanin hekau above are revealed by who does not use them. Has the melanin challenged President of the USA ever spoken those ten words? Will he ever? Liberals speak of “people of color” as if, they do not know, we know, the color of which they speak is melanin. Why do they not say “people of melanin” or “melanin people?” Do these two diverse groups wish healing upon us?

Whether they do or not is irrelevant. The melanin people, people of melanin possess the power to invoke healing upon ourselves and the entire planet when we choose to do so. How might you ask? Simply by changing the way we think and the way we behave. Whenever someone says or writes about so-called “white” supremacy or supremacists we counter that thought with hekau or words of power “melanin is worth over $350 a gram more than gold.” Whenever we are told about a slipknot or so-called “noose” we counter that with the hekau or words of power “melanin is worth over $350 a gram more than gold.”