RAMSES THE GREAT

The sixty-seven year reign of Ramses the Great was for Kemet an era of general prosperity, stable government and extensive building projects. Ancient gods like Ptah, Ra and Set were elevated to high status.  The worship of Amen was restored and his and his priests reinstated. Major wars were fought with the Libyans Hittites and their allies. Wondrous new temples from Nubia to the Kemet Delta were carved out of the naked cliffs. Splendid tombs in the hills of western waste (Thebes) and Aabdju (Abydos) were constructed, renovated and beautified. The new kemet pieces of Pi-Ramses made bits impressive debut.

Ramses was actually deified in his own lifetime, and through the unrelenting projection of his own lifetime, and through the unrelenting projection of his own incomparable personality, he made the name Ramses synonyms with kingship for centuries. He was the towering figure of his age, and established the models and set the standards that others used to rule by.

Ramses II like a true legend left a God like Legacy, a legacy that the many Pharaohs who came after him referred to him as the “Great Ancestor.”  He was also a military Genius as he led several military expeditions as he was responsible for Egypt regaining control of Canaan, His Genius and bravery was evident in the incredible Kodesh battle which its history was then written on walls of temples in Aabdju (Abydos). Ramses the Great Warrior! In his honour nine other Pharaohs took the name.

Ramses II brought peace to Old Kemet and that was the foundation for him to build a great nineteenth Dynasty. Africa, for us to become as great as Thutmose and Ramses Old kemet and Great Zimbabwe we need Peace, we need to love each other and overstand that we are brothers and sisters. To those in the DRC, do not let this Imperialists divide you, know that they do not have the best interest for the country, Know that you are African which means you are Peaceful people!       

Ramses II was born of Queen Tuya, Black Mothers, Black Women, Beautiful Black Anchors, You have strength and Character, You mother Greatness, Queen Tuya, Queen Iset, Queen Mudzunga Dzhivhuho, Queen Kankou, Queen Bona Mugabe, Marguerite Sankara, Fannie Ann Jones, Queen Angelina Sobukwe. Black women, you are Greatness, Queen YAA Asantewa, Queen Assata Shakur, Queen Sheba, Queen Tiye, Queen Makeda, Queen Nzingha, Queen Hatshepsut. Young Kings treat women like Queens for at your time of most need they are the ones most likely to be there for you.

  Let me leave you with a poem that was written Percy Bysshe Shelley who said it was inspired by Ramses II.

Ozymandias

 I met a traveller from an antique land

Who said: “Two vast and trunkless legs of stone

Stand in the desert. Near them on the sand,

Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown

And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command

Tell that its sculptor well those passions read

Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,

The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed.

And on the pedestal these words appear:

`My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings:

Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair!’

Nothing beside remains. Round the decay

Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare,

The lone and level sands stretch far away”.  

VHUHWAVHO

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