The Truth Of The Matter

Substance is God and God is the matter of all living things. The Ancient North Africans knew of One God who was self-produced, self-existent, immortal, invisible, eternal, omniscient, almighty... This God was never represented. It is the functions and attributes of creation that were represented.

What is God? God is defined through attributes, qualities, powers and actions. What's perplexing about God is the entire absence of any prior subject-matter so the entire substance had to be created from nothing (unlike a table that is made out of oak wood, the oak tree already exist).  

To understand God is to know that God does not bring the substance of a thing into existence from a state of nonexistence; God is the substance of the thing; God is the nothing. What Replicated Intime will show is that God is all things, God is Creation, Creation births life, and Creation is what we call God.

Tehuti Research Foundation

World Events

News With A Twist

The first documented use of an organized courier service for the circulation of written documents was in Africa, where Pharaohs used couriers for the distribution of their decrees in the territory of their region (2400 BC).

Basic news publications today contain information and editorials on current events and news of general interest for the public. Replicated Intime will focus on issues of relevance that may impact our outlook on life. Our editorials will be written from an investigatory point of view to help connect the dots from the past to present and how it affects our future.


A Control System

Religion is designed to manage, command, direct or regulate the behavior of others; the art of mental slavery for the purpose of control. Religion separates; pits one country against another, church against church and man against man. Religion accuses, it blames, it charges, it indicts and points the finger. Religion is built on deception and is oppose to Creation.

Religion is intended to control humanity, to produce certain responses within a society or culture. There are two common components within this religious control system, open control and closed control.

  • OPEN CONTROL: our output, (what we say) is generated based on our input, (what we have been taught).
  • CLOSED CONTROL: our current output from (what we have been taught) is taken into consideration and corrections are made within the system based on the feedback we give the system.

The human body is a feedback system. Like a computer, we put out what is put in. The powers that control the system use the information we give, to make sure we are in compliance with what we have been taught. What we have been taught enslaves us to the system. Individuals or groups who think outside the system and gather knowledge that has been omitted from what’s been taught (by the system), will stop giving the desired response within the system and are labeled as problems. Once investigated, corrections are made by any sin necessary.

Everyone who worships this religious system worships man. These worshipers represent the very best system of governance that mankind can produce without the knowledge of God. When we worship man, we remain under the constant influence of those who control the worlds wealth; and we do it all in the name of God. What God is this?

Replicated Intime will explore and continue to define this religious system.

> The Way

The Way

How Do We Find It?

THE WAY: a course of travel or journey taken in life to accomplish goals and satisfy wants and needs to fulfill a void. 
Our journey takes us down different paths in life as we seek to find fulfillment. But, in order to find it we need ask ourselves these three questions: who are we? where do we come from? and why are we here?  To understand these questions, we must go back to our beginnings.

Replicated Intime will carry out an in-depth investigation of the oldest known civilization, the North Africans of Kemet, the birth place of all mankind and the "cradle" of civilizationTo accomplish this we must weed through the maze of deceptions. 

Historical facts have been altered for the purpose of control and supremacy. Unraveling these deceptions will open our eyes to who we are; eventually freeing us from mental bondage as we discover our purpose and bring balance back to an unbalanced civilization.


God's Creation Is Really Elemental

"In the beginning" God created or called into being, all things out of nothing. Creation expresses the act whereby God brings the entire substance of a thing into existence from a state of non-existence. In every type of production the creation had no previous existence, and may therefore be said to have been brought forth from a state of nothingness.

What we find perplexing or strange about creation is the absence of any prior subject-matter; therefore, the entire substance had to be created. However, we fail to understand what God is, God does not bring the substance of a thing into existence from a state of nonexistence; God is the substance of the thing. What Replicated Intime will show is that God and Creation are the same. God is all things, God is Creation, Creation births life, and life is God.

All knowledge can be yours if you have a mind to receive and understand it. Remaining ignorant is an abomination since it makes you a mockery. If you do not understand creation and things of the divine how can you proceed toward the Godhead?

Historical Truth

The Light

History (comes from the Greek word, historia  meaning "inquiry, knowledge acquired by investigation") is the study of the past, specifically how it relates to humans.  In broader terms it relates to past events, the memory, discovery, collection, organization, presentation, and interpretation of information about these events.

In a perfect world we would think that those doing the investigating would report honest and accurate information to the public. However, it is not a perfect world, people lie and create deception to alter or distort history to promote their own agendas.

Replicated Intime will focus on truth for those who have a mind to hear.

Religious Imagery Captures The Senses

Religion is a belief system that needs imagery to work; mental images that exist in our minds that are remembered or imagined.  The image need not be real; it may be an abstract concept or an imaginary entity.  Images appeal to our senses to deepen the understanding of what’s being presented.  Imagery makes use of particular words that create visual representation of ideas in our minds.  The most powerful forms of imagery engage all of our senses and use metaphors to express ideas and concepts.

As I researched the many meanings of imagery, I found that there are only two significant reasons why imagery is used; to save time and words and to reach the readers senses.  In this article I will focus on imagery as it relates to capturing our senses through Religion.


Visual imagery can do what words don't.  The nature of man is to believe what he or she sees; seeing is to believe something as true.  When we use pictorial material, the image should be true and not mislead into false concepts, ideas or conclusions. Visual deceptions distort our viewpoint; it doesn't matter if the truth has been fabricated or someone failed to disclose an essential fact, if the image creates a false depiction of reality or fails to disclose a relevant piece of information, the image is deceptive and as a result is a visual lie.
In the year 787, Christian Bishops of mixed religions representing the Council of NICAEA (council who authorized the bible) held a meeting to include images in religious worship.  The seventh council was called together by the Byzantine empress Irene to approve the use of saints' images and icons in religious devotion.  At the prompting of Irene, the council declared that the worship of images was legitimate and the involvement of saints were useful in worship.

Hmm! was this decision inspired by God?  After giving further thought to this declaration, I couldn't help but wonder what other areas of biblical information may have been decided upon that was not in the original sacred scrolls.


Imagery also uses figurative language to represent objects, actions and ideas in such a way that it appeals to our physical senses.  Figurative language involves the use of words and phrases as a figure of speech not meant to be understood literally.  Whereas with descriptive language our intention is to create a mood to help us imagine how a person looks, sounds or feels.  Examples are as follows: 

  • Figurative Language: "Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be CLEAN: wash me, and I shall be WHITER THAN SNOW." 

  • Descriptive Language: “whosoever he be of thy seed in their generations that hath any blemish, let him not approach to offer the bread of his God. For whatsoever man he be that hath a blemish, he shall not approach: a blind man, or a lame, or he that hath a FLAT NOSE, or anything superfluous.”

Using the above examples of biblical language (KJV), do you think the mental images created by the use of these words were inspired by God or religious men?  Does God discriminate? Mankind uses words and imagery as a way of expressing their personal views through verbal, visual and written communication.  When I realized that self-willed men had their hand in authorizing the bible, my question was; how can I be sure if the language is authentic?   

One of the most deliberate concepts instilled in us today through religious organizations is the fear of questioning the authenticity of the doctrine.  However, if you don't verify the information, how would you ever know if it is the actual truth.  Images and words that we don't confirm leaves us with beliefs and beliefs without evidence is just make believe.  

Years ago, a friend got so turned off with deceptive images and information about Africa that he traveled there firsthand to do his own fact finding.  He returned enlightened by what he'd discovered.  You have the right to investigate any piece of information you believe to be authentic.  One of the best places to start researching is your main library or the internet, you’ll be surprised what historical gems you’ll find concerning true imagery.

When researching, understand you may be viewing images or data that does not acknowledge the original author, culture or ethnicity.  Also realize that the information easiest to get is what the beneficiaries of the religious system want you to see.  When investigating, start with the beginning of creation.  Just think, if we were a society of people who researched outside the box, we would be able to discern whether something is counterfeit or authentic.  Authenticity is reliability; genuine evidence of origin.


Now, if I told you that the bible was a stolen story written between 4000 - 7000 BC and the story was African would you believe me?  No, you wouldn't, why? Because the images and words from the plagiarized story have captured all of our senses, so much so that you will refuse to abandon your beliefs.

Professor George G.M. James wrote the following about mental bondage in his book: The Stolen Legacy (a must read): “Mental bondage is invisible violence.  Formal physical slavery has ended in the United States.  Mental slavery continues to this present day.  This slavery affects the minds of all people and in one way, it is worse than physical slavery alone.  That is the person in mental bondage will be “self-contained (not requiring help from anyone).”  Not only will that person fail to challenge beliefs and patterns of thought which controls him, he will defend and protect those beliefs and patterns of thought virtually with his last dying effort.” 

The bible is an African story that was based on knowing creation, not structured beliefs. The designers and beneficiaries of the religious belief system plagiarized the African story to gain control over the people.  They nurture and maintain this system to keep it intact by upgrading images and words to newer versions of books and visual media.  Now, if anyone tries to present information different than this system, you come to be regarded as ungodly, blasphemous, unfaithful, etc...  

Priests, Pastors and Professors are ordained to be transmitters of THE SYSTEM.  The general public usually accepts what they say and come to depend upon the doctrines and images.  But, when they or a member of the general public discovers new information that challenges the bedrock of the belief system, that person is frequently met with silence, denial, isolation, even death.


From the conquest of the Africans by Alexander the Great, the Greeks, who were always attracted by the mysterious worship of the Nile-land, began to imitate the Egyptian religion in its entirety; and during the Roman occupation, the Egyptian religion spread not only to Italy: but throughout the Roman empire.

"As the religion grew the Roman Emperor Constantine in 325 AD formed an organization called the Counsel of NICAEA when Constantine became the first Christian leader of the Roman Empire in the 4th century.  His territory was populated by people of mixed beliefs and religions. Within his own religious organization, there was dissent.  Riots and vicious rhetoric were developing all over. Constantine was forced to take action to control the controversy. That summer, over 300 bishops from across the empire were invited to the Turkish town of Nicaea, in an attempt to find common ground on what historians now refer to as the "Arian Controversy" ( for the resolvement of disagreements arising from within the religious system of Alexandria over the nature of the Son in his relationship to the Father). It was the first ever worldwide gathering of Religions.  The Christianity we know today is the result of this council."

Below is an example of the African teachings of Amen-Em-Ope that preceded the Proverbs attributed to the Hebrew King Solomon; compare them and you be the judge:


(Amenemope, ch. 1): "Give thine ear, and hear what I say, And apply thine heart to apprehend; It is good for thee to place them in thine heart, let them rest in the casket of thy belly; That they may act as a peg upon thy tongue"
(Proverbs 22:17-18): "Bow down thine ear, and hear the words of the wise, and apply thine heart unto my knowledge. For it is a pleasant thing if thou keep them within thee; they shall withal be fitted in thy lips"
(Amenemope, ch. 2): "Beware of robbing the poor, and oppressing the afflicted."
(Proverbs 22:22): "Rob not the poor, because he is poor: neither oppress the afflicted in the gate"
(Amenemope, ch. 10): "Associate not with a passionate man, Nor approach him for conversation; Leap not to cleave to such an one; That terror carry thee not away."
(Proverbs 22:24-25): "Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shalt not go: Lest thou learn his ways, and get a snare to thy soul."
(Amenemope, ch. 30): "A scribe who is skillful in his business findeth worthy to be a courtier"
(Proverbs 22:29): "Seest thou a man diligent in his business? he shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men."
(Amenemope, ch. 23): "Eat not bread in the presence of a ruler, And lunge not forward with thy mouth before a governor. When thou art replenished with that to which thou has no right, It is only a delight to thy spittle. Look upon the dish that is before thee, And let that (alone) supply thy need."
(Proverbs 23:1-3): "When thou sittest to eat with a ruler, consider diligently what is before thee: And put a knife to thy throat, if thou be a man given to appetite. Be not desirous of his dainties: for they are deceitful meat."
(Amenemope, ch. 7): "Toil not after riches; If stolen goods are brought to thee, they remain not over night with thee. They have made themselves wings like geese. And have flown into the heavens." (Proverbs 23:4-5):  Labour not to be rich: cease from thine own wisdom. Wilt thou set thine eyes upon that which is not? for riches certainly make themselves wings; they fly away as an eagle toward heaven.
(Amenemope, ch. 21): "Empty not thine inmost soul to everyone, nor spoil (thereby) thine influence" (Proverbs 14:7): "Go from the presence of a foolish man, when thou perceivest not in him the lips of knowledge."
(Amenemope, ch. 6): "Remove not the landmark from the bounds of the field...and violate not the widows boundary" (Proverbs 23:10): "Remove not the old landmark; and enter not into the fields of the fatherless:"
(Amenemope, ch. 1): "Give thine ears, hear the words that are said, give thine heart to interpret them." (Proverbs 23:12): "Apply thine heart unto instruction, and thine ears to the words of knowledge."

These are only a few comparisons of Amen-Em-Ope Teachings, there are many more. Notice, there is no judgement or condemnation in Amenemope's writings.

Imagery through words and pictures are not always created for righteous purposes, you must be able to discern what is authentic.  Those who control the religious belief system deceptively use the power of imagery and language to capture our senses for their own objective which keeps us from knowing the true God.

To be free, you need three things;  knowledge, understanding
and wisdom to rightly discern truth. Your job or purpose is to KNOW whether information is inspired by God or religious men.  Don't be afraid to look beyond your religious beliefs. Verify and authenticate all images.  Through this process you will begin to discover who you are.  Truth is power and that power will enable you to regain your senses and free yourself from mental slavery. 



KJV Bible

Live Science
Literary Devices
Stewart's Synopsis
Stolen Legacy, Professor George G.M. James
Black Seminarians, Black Clergy without A Black Theology, Yosef A.A. ben- Jochannan