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Originally posted by Tamahu
METU NETER Vol. 1, Pg. 212
Amen means “concealed”. It is the Kamitic counterpart of the term “Subjective” as we have used it in this book [Metu Neter Vol. 1]. It corresponds to the essential nature of the Supreme Being, which is the same as the essence of Man’s being. It is our unmanifested, unmanifestable, unconditioned Self – That which is the ultimate source of life and consciousness. It is the unseen and unseeable that looks out into the Objective Realm of spirits, thoughts, feelings, and physical phenomena. We must return our focus of consciousness back to it by the cessation of all thought activity. Once we have established this innermost point as our place of being – i.e., living beyond emotional influences – we will attain to the state of Hetep. This is a state in which we are able to fully ignore all emotions that may rise into our awareness, and thus attain to a peace that cannot be disturbed by any challenge in life. In the Hindu tradition it is called Parabrahm Sarvikalpa Nirvana. This state of inner peace is the prime foundation for the functioning of the healing functions of the life-force (Ra), and is the source of all spiritual power.
"Zero corresponds to the Amen aspect of God. The Christians end their prayers with Amen, an African word. Every time those Christians pray, they invoke that African word, "Amen". It's the name of an Egyptian "deity". Ask a Christian, "What is the meaning of the word Amen?" They say, "So be it." Not so! If you go deeply into biblical scholarship, you will find that no biblical scholar says that Amen means "So be it." They say, "Truthfully speaking, we don't know." Amen, in the Egyptian language means concealed - that which cannot be perceived. And what is but cannot be perceived is energy and matter that has not been shaped, nor structured, nor defined, nor finitized into a thing or an event. Wherever there is absence of structure, there is infinite, boundless energy/matter and consciousness, but no perceptible reality. Reality is there, but in an imperceptible state, because you can only perceive that which has structure, which has been finitized, given form. So, Amen corresponds to that original state of energy/matter and consciousness out of which everything that is, was, and shall be comes out of, and shall return."
© Ra Un Nefer Amen
Note the following:
The Highest Names of Deities often begin with "A", which is the Root Vowel considered so important in Bonpa and Tibetan Buddhism:
AMEN of course, AUM, ALLAH, ADI-BUDDHA, AELOHIM, AIN-SOPH, ANU, AUSAR/AUSET, AMIDA-BUDDHA/AMITABHA, and the list goes on...
In Gnosis we say that The Divinity is our Being.
Our Being is ATMA/Gedulah.
The Being of our Being is the Sephirothic Crown, Kether who is AUSAR.
The Realm of the Absolute is AIN/Sat or THAT which IS, the Pefect Union of Clarity, Bliss and Emptiness.
The AIN-SOPH is AMEN.
So to say that AMEN or AMIN means "So Be it" is not too far off, even if that's not the exact etymology of the word.
Because The Being, is THAT which IS from moment-to-moment, the "Unseen" without any bounds, The Infinite which can not be emulated.
So BE It.