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User Image vculacrosse Posted: Feb 23, 2018 10:46 PM (UTC)

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Huge thanks 🙏 to the Debnam family for letting us break in the new farmhouse for a team dinner! 🌽🐄🍽 the house will never be the same... #blackmagic #everybodyeats
User Image oleg_zayanov Posted: Feb 23, 2018 10:43 PM (UTC)
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User Image rebelandco_experience Posted: Feb 23, 2018 10:36 PM (UTC)

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Click link in bio 🔥💯.... #Repost @rathemc
Issa Jam🔥 NEW Music! In a perfect world, this song would’ve been the icing on the cake on the #blackpanthermovie soundtrack 😉 #BLACK Now Available on Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL, etc #PlaylistWorthy
User Image vibesbykech Posted: Feb 23, 2018 10:37 PM (UTC)
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Thank you to @jlnsndrs @sagestop & the rest of the @culturalaffairs staff at UCLA for showcasing KECH VIBES & putting on such a great show! 💙 #vibesbykech
User Image fl_rene Posted: Feb 23, 2018 10:37 PM (UTC)

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User Image bush_mama Posted: Feb 23, 2018 10:32 PM (UTC)

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Ancient Egyptians believed the soul had three parts, the ka, the ba, and the akh.
The ka and ba were spiritual entities that everyone possessed, but the akh was an entity reserved for only the select few that were deserving of maat kheru.
Their beliefs were that the living were responsible to help the dead journey into the Afterlife. “The living had a duty to help those who had gone before them, and to those who would come after, by building and maintaining tombs. Tombs were the interface between time and eternity.” This belief also included the preservation of the deceased body.
“The ka was essentially a person’s double,” it was the life force and at death it was separated from the body.

The reason for extensive and elaborate preparation for the body for the after life was to ensure the ka had a home. The living would sometimes provide bread, beer, oxen and fowl to feed the ka for the afterlife. They also believed the deceased body would have to resemble the past living body as much as possible so the ka could recognize its body and then the ba would “return to it each night after spending time in the sunshine.” The living would leave more than just food for the deceased if possible. They would also leave servants, weapons, jewelry, clothes, and their mummified pets, in their tomb—anything that would help them in their afterlife.
The tombs would also house the Shabti statues that represented servants who would help the owner of the tomb in the after life. “The backs of these figurines were inscribed with Chapter 6 of The Book of the Dead. This spell ensured that if the owner of the shabti was called upon at any time to do any kind of compulsory labour the shabti would respond and perform the duty instead of its owner.” The tombs from the Age of the Pyramids would have inscriptions on the tomb that would read, “May this official be given a thousand loaves of bread, a thousand jugs of beer”, in hopes this prayer would be enough to feed the ka, if no offerings were available.

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