This is not an attack on christianity by Obara Meji, it is my intention with this site to present all knowledge without going into certain metaphysical depths as to gently awake the unconscious. It is my belief that everyone has something to say and we all must be heard. We should not close our minds to that which we do not agree with or do not understand, rather we should process what makes sense to us intelligently and ask questions of what do not. We all have the ability to see with clarity the truth, but that sight becomes polluted because of our everyday stress and the rules of the world. Peace of mind is elusive because of the inability to focus on the spirit within. There are two sides to every coin and night cannot exist without day nor vice versa. The true aspirant should be able to reason with his or her self and come up with answers that makes sense if they learn to trust a little. Here Phil Valentine tells about the history of christianity. Listen well and learn, you do not have to take his word, do your own research and come with your own answers. As Bob Marley says “every man has a right to decide his own destiny and in his judgement there is no partiality”…..
Again, my intention is not to indoctrinate but to educate and invite real non-bias responsible arguments to any of my posts. We all learn from each other and I Obara Meji do not condemn another’s belief or practice as some religious people do with me, and these are the very same people who preach tolerance, love, equal rights, justice, peace, but they are ready to kill you in Jesus name. To qoute Mahatma Gandhi, “Christians I like your Christ but I do not like you Christians”. As a traditionalist and a priestess of Osun I love everyone. Ifa/Orisha traditional practice, contrary to whatever whomever wants to GOOGLE and believe, teaches nothing but good. Any persons who practice our traditional practices and does evil knows the consequences of which they will bear. So remove from your minds ignorance, doubt and fear, and seek what Solomon sought after which was Wisdom, and with that he also obtained knowledge and understanding………And now I present to you Dr. Phil Valentine.
We can not choose who our relatives should be, even though we may come to like some better than others…Yoruba proverb
Obara Meji is a spiritualist, Ifa-Orisa practitioner, and teacher of metaphysics. Since 2011 she has used her online platform to share her personal experiences to those seeking answers about spirituality. Her teachings will expand into short stories, novels, and public speaking to continue her mission of bringing enlightenment to the world.