No, I’m not confused.
I finally realized, when I discovered that the Bible was the Black History Book of the World, that white people didn’t just steal the land and the resources, they stole the religions, too. All was used as a system and mechanism of control, including “white jesus” and “white santa”.
It’s also easy to see why it (the Bible) can also be used as leverage to support atheism. Most assuredly, if it supports and models the existence of the Black man’s beginnings on the planet, then by white supremacist value systems, it, too, has to be wrong.
The top five major religions of the world started with Black people in the Far East (India/Asia), Middle East (Northern Africa/Western Asia), and Africa proper. Those religions are:
_(2)Christianity(yes!)/Converted Hebrews (“Jews”/Judeans) & Gentiles-some converted European Messianic Jews,
_(4)Judaism/Hebrew-converted Gentiles, and
I have no religious prejudices. They all have good and bad, and God is no respecter of persons. However…
Christianity came into existence in a Black nation (Asia Minor – Antioch, Turkey) long before Rome got ahold of the gospel of Christ. It was carried to Rome from Jerusalem, not the other way around. The Council of Nicea, it has since been discovered, was made up of a majority of Black men who wrote the “Nicene Creed,” more popularly know as “The Apostles Creed.”
Over in America, centuries later, tent and camp meetings struck a chord with today’s gospel/Pentecostal movements. The roots of it are said to have begun at “Azusa Street”, Los Angeles, CA, under the direction of William Joseph Seymour.
Regardless of where it all began in the USA…
There was never such a thing as a “white jesus” in the history of mankind. Just because Rome changed the Savior’s race and used it to make themselves “gods” in the world to those who did not know any better doesn’t mean such a notion will withstand the test of time.
One white woman said He was an “olive-complected Mesopotamian man.” I made mention to her that my DNA shows that I am an “olive-complected Mesopotamian woman” at root origin, str8 out of ancient Persia/modern India, aka “Western Asia” – what they call the “Middle East.” My roots migrated over to Western African by way of Cameroon and Mali before the slave trade out of Ghana’s Portal of No Return.
I am called “Black,” or African-American, because I am. Blackness is soul power, not a skin color-always.
WE didn’t Change the Color of “Jesus” Christ. They did.
Nothing we believe in now, as a matter of spiritual origin, originated with Europe.
They may have been used as a tool or vessel to bring it to the Americas for preservation purposes, but it wasn’t theirs to claim.
This doesn’t mean EVERYTHING white people say is totally wrong. They do have contributions to make to us, but we all need to #UNTWIST ourselves from the historical racist lies we were ALL told.
We need to remember that white people in America, European, and worldwide were lied to just as we were. We just need to be careful that what they tell us lines up with what genetic/DNA, historical, scientific, and geological/geographic evidence shows us to be true. It also needs to line up with the Word of our ancestors as shown in the Bible as well, i.e., the scriptures.
The Deeper They Dig…
…the Blacker the world gets.
OLED TV comes with its brightest colors from its blackest depths.
– GENESIS 1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 The earth was without form, and void; and darkness [a]was on the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. 3 Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. 4 And God saw the light, that it was good; and God divided the light from the darkness. 5 God called the light Day, and the darkness He called Night. [b]So the evening and the morning were the first day.
The backdrop to all that was created in the world is ‘DARKNESS’ on the ‘FACE OF THE DEEP’. That was not a curse, that was a CREATIVE FORCE.
However … They can’t just leave Black people out of the historical stories they tell and act as if we didn’t exist until they “discovered” us and have anything they say make sense. It won’t work out: Never did, never will.
A Bug In Your Ear
The world is not under 10,000 years old, as is Greece and Rome. Man has been on this Earth more than 200,000 years; yet manKIND has been here less than 10,000.
Once we understand the magnitude of the theft that happened to make white supremacy a ‘thing’ in this world, the world starts to make a lot more sense. Without a proper and correct explanation, and an anchor to guide us in this turmoil, nothing falls into place.
Why Christianity is Singled Out for Intellectual Abuse
Black people were not an afterthought by God for white people to have something to spit on. But by what we are taught in the mainstream, it’s not hard to believe that to be true.
Christianity is singled out as something for “weak” people who are dominated by subservience to white people and their mythologies.
These myths take the fight and unction out of us, sucker punch Black people into oblivion and make us beg and cry and forgive those who do not deserve forgiveness.
It’s not hard to understand why they should think so. Look at the way “Christians” actually behave most days – as if they truly are weak and powerless. Fearful, running, hiding, scared, mealy-mouthed, scraping, bowing, excusing bad behavior, lost, confused, judging when they shouldn’t, and not judging when they should.
Man is totally incapable of self-governance, so the most powerful thing any of us can do is find our proper position in the world and get in it, and learn to operate -by a higher spatial relationship- through that position.
Most Black people who behave in spiritual weakness are either still harboring some guilt that they have not overcome, or they are trying to save a piece of their “sin-filled backstory” for later use…just in case. #SetbackLine
They aren’t imperfect because they can’t be perfect(ed in Christ), they are imperfect because they choose it.
God is not the Author of confusion.
Either you in or you out. #thatisall
To Be Continued…
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