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The Komplete Konsciousness Shirt

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The "Eye of Heru" is not just a fancy symbol, which seems to a mystery to the sleeping masses. It is a symbol that has multiple functions and meaning. It was used as a way to measure, a symbol of protection, and so much Moor. However, to most, the breakdown of each section is not well known. From the top, you get the symbol for smell, which equals a fraction of 1/2. The next symbol represents sight, which equate to 1/4. Next, we have the symbol for thought, which produces a fraction of 1/8. As we continue, we see that, the following symbol is hearing, and it producues a fraction of 1/16. The fifth symbol displays taste, giving us a fraction of 1/32. Last up is, the symbol for touch, which yeilds a fraction of 1/64.

Our ancestors had a deity, in which they called Tehuti he is the one who restored Heru's eye, when Set, tore it into 6 pieces. Since Heru's eye was shattered, and mixed up, Tehuti brought all of the pieces together, and added the additional fraction, making Heru whole again. We are all Heru's in need of restoration of our Konsciousness!

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Over 10,000 years ago, our ancestors created a language in which they called divine speech. After the interlopers came on the scene, they began changing the name from what it originally meant, into what we know of as Heirglyphics. That language was called Medu Neter/Netcher. The symbols on this shirt are symbolic of our senses, when combined, our ancestors called this symbol "The Eye of Heru, The Eye of Ra, and The Third Eye." Today, we know that, this symbol is a reflection of the "Pineal Gland", which play(ed) a very important role in ones Konsciousness.

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