The Cave of the brain and Mu-Ham-Maat

The Cave

This cave where Mohammed received his instructions is Abba Uddu, Akkadian name for Capricorn, literally meaning “Cave of Light”. Capricorn is cardinal Earth and stands for incarnation, which is also the reason why Catholics and Muslims drop to their knees, because Caballistically, the knees are ruled by Capricorn. The cave allegory therefore means that this information was supposed to have been received by a mortal man, an incarnated soul.

Secondly, in anatomy “the cave” also represents the Cave of Brahma in the 3rd Ventricle in the human skull, located below the Corpus Calossum (see image above). The Cave of Brahma houses the pineal gland, or third eye. The 3rd ventricle/ Cave of Brahma make up the 5th brain, is connected to the cerebral hemispheres of the Cerebrum and is critical to creating concepts and storing abstract concepts. So in order to understand Islam mysticism we need to activate our right brain hemisphere.


MU – Ham – Maat: literally “one pulled from dark waters to peace (Islam)”, which is the already mentioned reference to Cancer, where Jupiter, ruler of the Piscean age, exalts, also a reference to Andromeda, 2nd Decan of Pisces, ruled by the Moon, therefore visited by Jebril(Gabriel, Moon angel, “messenger”), Geb-Ra-El: GEB (Earth) RA (Sun) EL (deity)

Metaphysically, “Muhammad” is the last of the 7 Major Prophets, since these did NOT physically exist, but only expressed the idea of components of the physical body, each symbolizing one of our Major Chakras (Wheels of Lights / Colors), medically called Endocrine Glands.

Mohammad was already announced in the New Testament under John 14:16 as “comforter”, and Mohamed is indeed the “Last seal of the prophets”, because he represents the Crown Chakra, as explained in one of my previous posts. The “Prophet Muhammad” is mentioned by name only 4 times in the Qu`ran and obviously not of central importance to the metaphysical concepts.

The God of the Nile in Kamit (Egypt, Ta Meri) was called Hap or Hapi. As Hap flows through the northern part of the country. He is called”Hap Meht” meaning “Hap of the North”. The word for water in Kemet (Egypt / Ta Meri) is “Mu”. “Mu Hap Meht” is a title of Hap, meaning “waters” (Mu) of the “northern Nile” (Hap Meht).

Mu Hap Meht (waters of the Northern nile/Muhammad) brings Sarem (Islam) to the people, because it feeds them. When the river floods its banks, it used to create a tremendous lake about 600 miles long and 10-12 miles wide in certain areas. It appears logical that when Ra (Helios, “god”) sent MuHapMeht (Muhammed) into the country, MuHapMeht and Sarem (Muhammad and Islam) overran the country (with water). As Hap was sent at the end of the year, to start the beginning of a new year and new agricultural season, he was also seen in this respect as the “last messenger of God”. The waters are another Moon reference.

MuHapMeht or MuHamMaa’t is also found in Indo-Kush Sanskrit traditions as Maha-Atma(Great Soul of Truth), as in the title “Mahatma” Gandhi.

Mu Hap Maat has been used for thousands of years as title in Khemet, it later also became “Baphomet” as alleged Templar deity, which served as deliberate confusion of spiritually already confused people, by making a good thing appear as something evil.

To say that “Mohammed” is merely an allegory does not mean that there was no man of flesh by this name who played a role in creating the myth. According to Alberto Rivera, an ex-Jesuit priest, who claimed to have received this information from Cardinal Bea in the Vatican, (St. )Augustine became Bishop in Algeria/ North Africa and was very effective in converting Arabs to Roman Catholicism, tutoring a man who later assumed the title “Mohammed” to play a key role in the new religion, while the Koran was written in Rome. It may be that Abu al-Qasim Ahmad Ibn Abd Allah Mustafa Ala-min Ibn Abd al-Muttalib Ibn Hashim changed his name to the title “Muhammad” but the character remains an allegory and the metaphysical idea of Muhammed is best revealed through the anatomic mystery of the Chakra system.

We can conclude that Mohapmet is not a name, but a reference to the Nile river, used as mystic title..

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