Initiation Ranking Questions:


    1. What is a Warrior?

    2. What does a Warrior do?

    3. How does a Warrior Learn?

    4. What must a Warrior do to become great?

    5. Explain...

    6. What are the Unbalanced passions?

    7. Why must we die to these unbalanced passions?

    8. What are you on?

    9. Where are you headed?

    10. What's in the East?

    11. What's freedom?

    12. What's Peace?

    13. Do you have principles?

    14. How many?

    15. Why seven?

    16. What are they?

    17. What are the 3 keys of a Nationbuilder?

    18. What is the sacred symbol of our Tribe?

    19. What does it mean?

    20. What else?

    21. What else?

    22. What is the Sacred Text of our Tribe?

    23. What does it teaches us?

    24. What do all Elders, NationBuilders, and Warriors know?

    25. What a man Thinks?

    26. Do you know your numbers?

    27. Count...

    28. What is a Nation?

    29. What is a builder?

    30. What is the purpose of our Tribe?

    31. What is our Goal?

    32. What is DOOR?

    33. What are the Laws of Maat?

    34. What are we suffering from?

    35. What was done to put us in this state?

    36. What is the remedy?

    37. What are the 10 steps to Self Mastery?


    Initiation Ranking Answers:

    1. One who is involved or experienced in conflict.

    2. We protect the Tribe by developing our spirit, mind, and body. We prepare for conflict on all levels (IMESP) and are willing to give our lives in the process.

    3. By asking challenging questions that open us up to new information about ourselves and the world.

    4. They must be willing to die...

    5. A warrior must be willing to die to the Unbalanced passions (unbalanced 7)

    6. Fear, envy pride, greed, sloth, lust, and anger…

    7. Because these passions are opposed to consciousness, and being conscious is the first step to greatness.

    8. The Underground Railroad

    9. To the east

    10. Freedom

    11. Peace of the spirit, mind and body

    12. Peace is harmony and order

    13. Yes

    14. 7

    15. Because seven is the universal number of study, rest and perfection

    16. Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Nia, Kuumba, and Imani

    17. Honor, Loyalty, and Sacrifice

    18. Gye-Nyame

    19. Fear none but God

    20. Unless God

    21. The Omnipotence of God

    22. P.82

    23. That we are Gods/Goddesses

    24. The Creator gave us a mind and the mind is all powerful, it can create or destroy.

    25. Is what he becomes

    26. Yes

    27. Interdependence, Cooperation, Communication, Order, Freedom, Family, Study rest and perfection, Power, and Completion

    28. A stable, historically developed community of people with territory, economic life, distinctive culture, and language in common.

    29. One who brings order, plan, or direct the construction of something.

    30. To bring order, and a concise plan that directs the construction of a stable, historically developed community. We will acquire territory, develop an economic life for our members, and uplift and learn from our unique culture.

    31. Our goal is to develop institutions that are necessary for the development and maintenance of our Tribe and eventually our Nation.

    32. Discipline, Order, Obedience, and Respect

    33. Truth, Justice, Righteousness, Reciprocity, Balance, Order, and Harmony

    34. An oppressed mind state.


    • We were convinced that our physical well being was in the hands of our captors
    • We were denied access to our cultural traditions (language, diet, spiritual practices and rituals)
    • Our culture and history was negated
    • Our captors history and culture was elevated
    • We were turned against each other with the "divide and conquer" strategy
    1. Returning to the source (Africa), Living our Principles, Warriorship, and Nation Building.

    2. The 10 virtues of Maat…

    • Control of thought
    • Control of actions
    • Devotion of purpose
    • Having faith in my Master's ability to point me to the Truth
    • Having Faith in my ability to accept the Truth
    • Having faith in my ability to live the Truth
    • Being free from resentment under the experience of persecution
    • Being free from resentment under the experience of wrong
    • Being able to distinguish between right and wrong
    • Being able to distinguish between the real and the unreal

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    Lotus GyeNyame,
    Oct 7, 2015, 11:05 AM