Good morning one and all. Today is Saturday and I hope that you will find what I have posted interesting. Consciousness is the state of being awake and aware of one’s surroundings. Consciousness is also the fact of awareness by the mind of itself and the world. When you are awake, you walk in light and no more in darkness. We should strive to become Awake and Aware! Watch the video and read the article below and if you are willing let us discuss this. Happy Saturday!
MA’AT (Truth and Justice), The Spirituality of the African race.
Except for the Africans, every race or tribe in the world has its own spirituality and religions. The Jews have kabbalism, Indians Hinduism and Buddhism, Chinese Confucianism, Caucasians Christianity with their own son as the son of God; Arabs Islam with their son as Allah’s messenger. Africans are the only race in the world besotted to their masters’ Gods and yet Africans invented spirituality and religions. This document is a very important one and is for your own good. As a book, it would cost you money to acquire but we are sending it to you free of charge. Do not abuse the gesture, treat the document with respect. If you cannot read all of the document at once because of time constrains, file it to read later to arm yourself well for the future. Every African receiving documents from me is free to post them on their timeline and send copies to everyone they can reach via e-mails, through blogs, other internet groups, sites or newspapers to publish as a means of informing every African alive and mobilizing us into one family.
African ancestors created spirituality and religion with the launch of the Mystery system, 6,112 years ago. They created over 2000 Gods and Goddesses, the first such in the world, with twelve principal deities that included God Ausar, Goddess Auset, Goddess Ma’at and God Heru, the later being the first human Son of God in history. Ethiopians known as Chaldeans, after colonizing what later became Mesopotamia 6,012 years ago, fashioned the Persian religion from the Mystery System. The religion passed through several phases including Albigensianism as its last relic before resurfacing as Zoroastrianism about 2500 years ago. Ethiopians known now in India as the Dravidians, invaded India between 3250 and 2750 BCE, to establish a civilization in the Indus Valley (see Pears Cyclopaedia, Pelham Books), and give India, Hinduism, which combines elements of their beliefs: the caste system, circumcision, magic, witchcraft, with the influence of the Osirian Mystery System. Hindus are polytheists who worshipped a number of nature-gods, including the cow.
Moses, a Nubian and the incestuous child of Pharaoh Seti I and his daughter, Bathia, adopted Akhnatons’ monotheistic version of the Mystery System to give the Hebrews Kabbalah as they migrated in 1230 BCE, after 400 years sojourn in Egypt, in search of their ‘Promised’ land. Prince Siddhartha Gautama, known as Buddha, a Dravidian, was born around 563 BCE among the Sakya people in Kapilavatthu now Lumini in the lowland Terai region of Nepal, dominated then by the Dravidian (Ethiopian) population. His features, including his thick lips, confirm his Dravidian origin. He gave India Buddhism.
Master K’ung or K’ung-fu-tzu (Latinized as Confucius) was Black. He was born around 551 BCE in the feudal state of Lu, in today’s Shantung province of China. He was trying to improve his people’s way of life by reforming their feudal leadership. He preached that destiny was the synonym of Nature and that Nature decides ones class in life. Prayer is unhelpful in this regard but destiny once received could willfully be prevailed upon for wider choices. He discouraged (witchcraft human sacrifice), prevalent in China at the time and advocated that spirits could be respected but kept at a distance because: “If you cannot serve man, how do you know to serve spirits.” He gave China, Confucianism.
Council of Nicaea (325 CE) created the Jesus Christ phantom. Dr. Martyn Percy, the famous canon expert once wrote and I quote: “The Bible did not arrive by fax from heaven.” The Bible is a creation of man. Man, not God, writes history, and history is always from the perspective of the conqueror, not the conquered. It is the elite, the most powerful in society, that defines the society’s reality, and that is exactly what Constantine did after subduing African influence in the world. In Emperor Constantine’s days, the official Roman religion was Sun worship, (i.e. the African Egyptian cult of Sol Invictus or the Invincible Sun). They called it the Jovian Mystery System and Constantine was the Chief priest.
During the reign of Constantine, and over three hundred years after the alleged crucifixion of Jesus, the Christian population had grown to the extent of posing serious threat to the unity of Rome. The Christians were constantly warring with the Pagans and threatening to tear Rome apart. Constantine, a smart opportunist, decided to tinker with both religions to create a monster one. Constantine converted his Sun God worshippers to Christianity by creating an amalgam, a hybrid, a fusion of ‘Pagan’s’ symbols, dates, rituals, and ideas, into the growing Pagan-Christian traditions of the time, to produce something that compromised and overwhelmed both parties. Constantine produced a sacred entity outside the scope of the human world whose power was therefore unchallengeable by mere mortals, and called it the Roman Catholic Church. To do this, he conveyed his 325 CE Council of Nicaea that produced the Nicaea creed.
The problem at the time, was whether Auset, (who was the Virgin Birth Mother in the ancient African Mystery System, imbibed by the Jovian Mystery, which was being adapted by the Church Bishops, should continue to take precedence over her son Heru, as in the ancient African myth). In the end, God Ausar, (re-named Yahweh), retained his double roles as the Holy Ghost (misunderstood by Christians as the universal ‘Spirit’), and as the human ‘God the Father’ in the African Mysteries, 4,425 years earlier, (who became the Christian Ghost Impregnator), of Mother Auset, re-named Mary, with Auset’s Virgin Son, Heru, (renamed Jesus).
In other words, “Holy” and “Virgin Birth,” were transferred to Jesus and Mary, from Heru and Auset. Jesus became born in Bethlehem and acquired higher rank than his contrived mother. He was supposed to be her first child and to have been miraculously conceived. His foster-father was given the name Joseph, and the carpentry profession, to appeal to humility. The name ‘Christ,’ came from the Greek translation of Christos (meaning anointed), taken from the Hebrew title of Messiah. The Bishops at the Nicaea Council in 325 CE, decided that Jesus, who was supposed to have been baptized as, and called Emmanuel before the Conference, was born in Bethlehem in Judea. All these were happening some 325 years after the purported death of Jesus.
Constantine called and chaired the 325 CE, Nicaea Council, which had 219 Bishops in attendance. Many Bishops turned down Constantine’s invitation to the conference. All the issues raised at the Nicaea Council were debated and voted for, including the role of Bishops, the administration of sacraments, and the divinity of Jesus. The Bishops had several sittings at the Council to perfect their strategy in the guise of separating truth from heresy. The story of how Bishop Arius was commanded by the Bishop of Alexandria to quit his beliefs or be declared a heretic, and how Arius’ writing were ordered destroyed, is eloquent of many things that happened when the Christian religion was being formulated. Bishop Arius was beheaded for saying Christ is not God. Read the lost books of the Bible.
There is nothing divine about the Bible. Humans put it together under vicious acrimonious human circumstances. The Christo in you, as preached by Paul, was the Christian emphasis until the Nicaea Council in 325 CE. Christo was not supposed to be an historical person. The vote to make Jesus (Christo), Christ, divine, human/spirit, and the ‘only Son of God,’ was very dicey and close.
The following statement is taken verbatim from ‘The Encyclopaedia Britannica.’ “Constantine himself presided and actively guided the discussions. He personally proposed the crucial formula expressing the relation of Christ to God in the creed issued by the council as of one substance with the Father … .Overawed by the emperor, the bishops, with two exceptions only, signed the creed, many of them much against their inclination…….”
This is the most important creed in Christendom. It was proposed by the Emperor, to the consternation of many of the bishops in attendance. But out of fear not to offend the Emperor, all but two of the Bishops signed the creed. Today, the Church claims that Jesus is some special breed of God, and that the Bible is some divinely inspired document. Jesus’ divinity was critical because if the Pagan God Heru, was divine and the only ‘Son of God,’ the new amalgam could not afford to be less so, as a means of unifying the two warring Roman groups, and the Roman Empire.
The Kushite (Ethiopian) kabala, soaked in magic and the knowledge of the stars, set the tone for the Islamic religion in Persia, 1000 years before Islam. The Persian (Sabaean) version revered the Venus-Sun-Moon and prayed to the sun at different phases of its course. They had no idols or images and no priesthood. They directed their prayers to the seven planets; had 30 days fasting as in Egypt; prayed seven times each day, with their faces turned towards the north, and the prayers taking place during the same phases daily. They believed in a future life and deified their dead ancestors. Zenzen, a sacred spring, Kaaba, a sacred stone, constructed by Ishmael, son of Abraham and Hagar (the Egyptian Black woman), the historical ancestors of all Arabs and Muhammad, and pilgrimage to Mecca as in Moslem times, already existed over one thousand years before the birth of Muhammad in 570 CE. Abdulai Kabiru, known worldwide as Prophet Muhammad, adopted the Kushian religion and reduced the prayers in Islam to compulsory five, to relieve humanity, making the other two prayers optional.
Religion is perhaps the most potent binding force possible. In fact, there is no other binding force as potent and total. It encompasses a people’s outlook, traditions, culture and philosophy of life. The food we eat and how we prepare it, our manner of dressing, the names we bear, the way we speak or rear our children and our attitudes to life generally are controlled by our spiritually influenced cultures and traditions. But because of public persecution and the mental and psychological damage we have suffered as a result of slavery and colonialism, we are ashamed to flaunt what is ours. We hide our native essence behind the ‘popular’ alien ones.
Every conquering religion claims superiority over those before it and that life began with its advent. Without destroying what is on the ground there is no space for the new religion to begin to breathe and expand. After 2,000 years of Christianity and 1,500 years of Islam, they remain the minority religions of the world compared with their older spiritual movements in Asia and China. Christianity and Islam draw a significant chunk of their membership from conquered people, especially from Blacks. So, they are religions of coercion rather than of freewill, and that makes them even less spiritual.
We as a group are the most bastardized of people on earth by foreign religions and ideas. Our masters’ baby religions take away our human essence, values and worth, by insisting that our native attributes are evil, primitive, and irrelevant. If we marry in our traditional way, it is barbaric and uncivilized. Our burial rites are savage and ungodly. Our history began with our enslavement and colonization, and our IQ is lower than that of the Chimpanzee. So we openly throw away our African traditions to aspire to the benefits of our masters’ ‘superior’ ways of life. We bleach, hot-comb our hair, answer our oppressors’ names, and aspire to speak, think, and dress like them. Now we are neither White nor Black. If anything, we are half Arab or White and half Black, and we are confused because we cannot progress as a people until we decide who we want to be. And if we choose to become fully Arab or Caucasian, are we acceptable to them? We cannot pull ourselves out of our pains through foreign religions that disrespect our humanity, contributions, and largely treat us as lower than wild animals. To move up, we must demolish what is holding us down. That is why the truth about spirituality is being exposed now and through Africa, the cradle from where life, spirituality and religions began.
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Tí ọmọdé ò bá gbàgbé ọ̀rọ̀ àná, kò lè réyàn bá ṣeré. /
If a child does not forget about yesterday’s quarrels, he won’t have playmates (today)…Yoruba Proverb!
[Let go of the past, if you desire to grab the future]
All religion are valid as long as it teaches peace and love…..Obara Meji!
There are no disappointments in life, only lessons learned…..Obara Meji
of course we have we own burial rites Cami, who ah go inna dem church!!! or mek dem la dem duttie hand pon we!
BTW, one source said it was the CHRISITANS that burn down the Alexandria library, some say is Cesar, some say is accident but the blame of the christians is more believable given that the scrolls in the library wasn’t to their liking of what they deem to be of pagan knowledge…devils,
Cami di Christian dem lie, so dem will point blame anywhere, den hide under Jesus cloak and cross…
Ty, at times I dislike black people for keeping up with this slackness of a religion. I witness my step granny dying a pauper because she tek her money and feed church and begging members. She come america from late 60s come wet nurse rich man pickeny and some treat her very well…she make it possible fi me a stepchild fi come america…and she dead and bury by family collection and young grands with debt because CHURCH SUCK OUT HER LIFE SAVINGS…not even the a case a wata dem bumbohole contribute, but dem come nhame a nine night and funeral… Read more »
I can understand that Cami, dem love free food … Nine nights always pack…
I do not tithe to any church…not even a collection those sick bastards can get from me ….
I am very charitable and give regularly BUT never to a church…
This is a very important topic.did not know that religion are here to hypnotize us .This man make a lot of interesting point , he got me confused.did he say we supposed to worship Lucifer?next point that I find so interested he said why are the people that worshiping God are poor but the one them that are worshiping Lucifer have money. Funny that he said that cuz I was thinking about that other day
Hello Cas…”I find so interested he said why are the people that worshiping God are poor but the one them that are worshiping Lucifer have money. Funny that he said that cuz I was thinking about that other day”
A very sound question in deed. I can not for the very life of me understand how the Island that I come from has soooo many churches and we are plagued by violence and poverty.
I honestly believe it’s because the religion that is in such abundance is the WRONG one. Because is only pain, war and strife comes from it.
Pleasant afternoon to everyone,….
Cami di church dem is a business…both here and in ja…u notice every bad man have a pastor friend eg natty morgan, sandokan, dudus… They also in leagues wid di violence a ja…
Me Sista, good day to you, hubby and babies.
The church dem is in deed an enterprise. You also notice that them litter dem self in poor communities? I can’t stand church. BTW, Obara is there any burial rites for “US” so that we these clergies of inequity don’t get hired to do any service over we? You know our hard ears family members will diss we in death and hire them? I need to know from now.
Yes Cami, like Portia, di church love poor people….
Good question u ask Cami, when my grandfather died, u shoulda hear di fees dem wanted to charge because he was not a member…I cannot stand dem…one a dem did so bright, I had to tell him off…dem sickening…
Reblogged this on Embracing Spirituality and commented:
Good morning, this blog was posted on Saturday, but I noticing that on Saturday much of you do not visit anymore, so I may stop posting on Saturday. I have reblogged it again because I feel it is an important subject which the bulk of you did not discuss or even read and the post is filled with lots of information. mek mi gwan do this until something tells me to stop, because class participation is limited nowadays I notice, o ma se oooo!
Obara! lolol….(hugs)… Hi Toy…this topic here is broad and must be followed up with some digging of our own. The Alexandria library that the “Reverend” (don’t know why him wearing that pez hat and call himself reverend) burn down and the information on it leans to the side you want to have in favor of an argument. The Ethiopia Kush connection is also faulty. Some old documents breaks Kush into 3 parts, so Ethiopia wasn’t the land of Kush, soley…The area on some maps show it in true form as Lower Egypt (again, 3 territories) and then you have Upper… Read more »
I like the article. I didn’t know anything about Rev. Phil and I must say I really like him. I have to read over the article again so I can make sure I can comprehend everything. I had to watch the Rev. Phil video 3x. :(. I have questions I will write them in the morning. Night everyone!
I cite this because I knew that the Kush/Ethiopia link is simple and that the mere 2000 years mention is equal to Christianity and the continent history is in the tens of thousands, not 2 thousands.
I too like you Cami will be researching info….I am going to look into the Nicaea shenanigans ….
Me did go look up the Nicea “shenanigans” (lol) and that is what it was…is like when bush did go find argument fi go Iraq…is so dem find argument fi Easter and other ” holy shenanigans”.
” the bible did not arrive by fax from heaven” ….love dat line…wonderful article..loaded with nuggets….
Constantine was a real piece a work….
We as a group are the most bastardized of people on earth by foreign religions and ideas. Our masters’ baby religions take away our human essence, values and worth, by insisting that our native attributes are evil, primitive, and irrelevant. If we marry in our traditional way, it is barbaric and uncivilized. Our burial rites are savage and ungodly. Our history began with our enslavement and colonization, and our IQ is lower than that of the Chimpanzee. So we openly throw away our African traditions to aspire to the benefits of our masters’ ‘superior’ ways of life. We bleach, hot-comb… Read more »
“Our masters’ baby religions take away our human essence, values and worth, by insisting that our native attributes are evil, primitive, and irrelevant.”
Hence my stance on yesterdays topic.
Yuh tink yuh easy? Lol
Oobara! lol The spirit of the ancestors moves through me, so I will not yield to new world views.
The information in this post is HEAVY and require quite a few references to follow along with. I just can’t read without having multiple sources. Monday, I’m going to review the little known information gathered on the Library of Alexandria before it got torched.
Wha de Greek dem nuh reek ah wha John Neva read bout!!
Obara, me rather some a de Greek dem interference cause the Roman dem agenda is what we dealing with up to now. I dislike NYC because it model like Rome…look at the buildings.
Iba John Henrik Clark!
The Bible is a creation of man. Man, not God, writes history, and history is always from the perspective of the conqueror, not the conquered. It is the elite, the most powerful in society, that defines the society’s reality, and that is exactly what Constantine did after subduing African influence in the world.
him ah spit truth doe Cami
Phil has a lot of knowledge, but I agree with what you say here Cami, reason being he is too passionate in his delivery, Unlike John Henrik Clarke and others who deliver knowledge with precise calm, and a smoothness unmatched!
lol…him have too much “Characters” a circle him. Yes, him have truth in his message…but the church thing me can’t vibe wid at all. If it was Clarke speaking I could listen for hours.
I like the article…the video too “preachy” and I cannot follow along with the theories on the library of Alexandria because I find the speaker reaching a bit. In short…him islamic/christianity approach i don’t like.