Black Spirituality Religion : Ancestral Traditions

Discussion in 'Black Spirituality / Religion - General Discussion' started by Knowledge Seed, Aug 13, 2008.

  1. Knowledge Seed

    Knowledge Seed Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    During slavery different ethnic groups of Africans worked side by side in the fields and homes of their masters. Many of the men and women from these different ethnic groups mated. As a result of this, a new individual was created, who eventually be termed as a New Afrikan. Though this individual went through and is still going through much turmoil, the one gift that he/she inherited was that of several spiritual systems practiced by their ancestors. This was not something done in Africa, because the spiritual system that you practiced was inherited by blood and of course blood is in the ethnic group you were born into.

    But the question arises as to where these spiritual systems came from? Was there ever one complete system that all others derived from? What is the importance of the "New Afrikan" embracing these systems? What is the purpose of it?

    These are the questions of potential practitioners, that may never be answered. Maybe we can answer them today.
     
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    I'll be the first one to step up to bat. These spiritual systems originally sprung from the Mbu Ndi people and were formalized during the time of Maa. Of course, there was one complete system that the others arose from. Also let it be known that each system is complete within its self and needs no support. The importance of the "New Afrikan" embracing these systems is it settles the ancestral soul of each "New Afrikan" person and allows them to reach their full potentiality in an approach that is intrinsically designed for their genetic makeup. The purpose is to settle the ancestral soul and activate the subtle centers of energy within each person.

    Blackbird
     
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