Ase, Part 1(Salute to the Masculine Principle) a Repost for Father’s Day

BABA IS ON THE JOB. SALUTE!

The djed pillar, symbolic of stability and potency of the masculine principle.

I love the masculine principle. I mean absolutely to the core of my being to the core of their being I love, salute and uplift my brothers. The Aboriginal/Indigenous/Asiatic/Original man is a force to be reckoned with; a sight to behold. There is so much emphasis on what brothers “ain’t doing”,  I feel it’s only right to salute and honor the ones that are on their job; as well as encourage the ones that aren’t to get on theirs. This verse is from a song that I wrote/recorded about two years ago for a project that willfully will be released (hurry up other mcees/singers and finish yo songs!) titled “Ase”. “Ase” is a Yoruban word sound power that is said when honoring our ancestors, when invoking, and when transformation is called for. Indeed, that is exactly what the inspiration for this did to/for me. I am ever grateful and thankful for this Khepera (transformation). Ase!

Melanated like Hannibal/sustain the vibration

even when we intangible-Flawless to tha mandible/

strong pillar- quiet storm killa

revolutionary guer-rilla-the raw dilla

roots, culture droppin/science supreme-king

front liner- not sweating a thing (seen)

reflect the correct resurrection-perfection

ausar and auset twins/ruling amexem

protection- hematite/blinded now I see ya light

guidance for the neophyte-guardian degrees of life

gem dropper-everything aligned proper

root, heart, to crown chakra- u got em lock brah

we flowing like wind do- preparing for the sa-hu

this that love, freedom, true- cosmic bliss interlude

we mentally engage-tap into the ethers

the source and life force- rabbit hole getting deeper

EL HAJJ MALIK EL SHABAZZ, MUHAMMAD ALI AND THEIR LITTLE GODDESSES.

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