So excited to hear this melody from underneath my own fingers! I guess you can actually do anything with enough practice 😄
⭐️ btw guys @realandyguitar is a superhero! I started learning the guitar a few times before, but then I came across Andy’s channel and I’m so glad I did! He makes learning so easy and enjoyable, that you just never want to stop learning. It’s been 5 months since then, and there was NOT A SINGLE DAY that I didn’t play! 😁
And it’s so exciting to see the hard work (and bleeding fingers 😂) pay off!
So if you’re looking to learn guitar or improve your skills, definitely check out his page and YouTube channel! He is a wonderful teacher, guitarist and a great singer too! 👏🏼
THANK YOU Andy, for everything you do!! Keep up the amazing work! ♥️
P.S. This is the only part I can play so far though, but hey fingerstyle is a biaaatch 🙄
P.P.S. You can’t see my face... I blame the #LordOfLight 😂
West Coast Sales Manager & @FLUOTEC Ambassador @fluotecusawest DP #LordofLight @anadondigital at @the_asc Outstanding Achievement Awards celebrating the finest work of the year and its exceptional practitioners. thanks and congratulation to our friends @saul.molina, Angie, Patty & Alex for their attentions and gracious invitation to the 32nd ASC Awards ceremony Saturday, February 17, at Hollywood & Highland. https://theasc.com/awards/2018
HERU is one of the oldest deities of ancient Egypt. He was also known as Kemwer, meaning (the) great Black (one), the god of vengeance, sky, protection, and was usually depicted as a falcon-headed man.
While Egyptologists often refer to him as “Horus the hawk, the avenger,” some scholars assert that the word “hero” comes from Horus’ original African name, Heru or Hor.
Gerald Massey, a 19th-century scholar, said that the word “hero” comes from the Egyptian concept, “ma haru,” meaning “the typical warrior” or the “true hero.” Black SupermanHeru story
With the success of his adventures, Superman helped to create the superhero genre and establish its primacy within the American comic book. The origins of this Eurocentric superhero appear to have been inspired by Heru, the original Black African Superman.
Heru was the first known superman character. It originated in the African mind and preceded the European formation of the superman by thousands of years. Massey said in one of his lectures that Heru was known as the greatest hero that lived in the mind of man—not in the flesh—the only hero to whom the miracles were natural, because he was not human.
Here are some similarities between Heru and DC’s Superman:
1. Heru’s powers emanate from the sun because he is an aspect of the sun (Ra), the Supreme God. Superman as a Kryptonian gets his power from the earth’s yellow sun.
2. Heru comes from an advanced civilization of deities. As an infant, he came from Egypt to the earth with his mother Auset, to escape destruction. Superman, as an infant, comes from the advanced civilization of Krypton to escape destruction.
3. Heru lost his father. Superman lost his parents.
4. Heru possesses the divine strength, power, might, courage and endurance of a solar god. Superman possesses the superhuman strength, power, courage and stamina of a Kryptonian energized by the sun.
5. Heru, the Golden Falcon/Solar Hawk-the Winged Solar Disc can fly anywhere at supernatural speeds. Superman can fly faster than the speed of light.
6. Heru dies and was resurrected twice as Asar (Osiris) and as an infant. ( Cont'd.) Below