Black People : Black Being having a White experience?

tyab14

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Excerpted from Carl Jung, European psychiatrist

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" I was not to recognize the real nature of this disturbance until some years later, when I stayed in tropical Africa. It had been in fact, the first thing of 'going back under the skin', a spiritual peril which threatens the uprooted European in Africa today to an extent not fully appreciated. ''On a jagged rock above us a slim, brownish-black figure stood motionless, leaning on a sling spear, looking down at the train. I was enchanted by this sight, it was a picture of something utterly alien and outside my experience, but on ther other hand a most intent sentiment, deja vu. I had the feeling that I had already experienced this moment and had always known this world was separated from us only by distance and time. It was as if I were at this moment returning to the land of my youth, and as if I knew that dark-skinned man who had been waiting for me for five thousand years. The feeling tone of this curious experience accompanied me throughout my whole journey through savage Africa. I can recall only one other such recognition of the immemorially known. "Where danger is, there is salvation also". These words of Holderin often came to my mind in such situations. The salvation lies in our ability to bring the unconscious urges to consciousness. At the sight of the solitary dark hunter, I knew only that his world had been mine for countless millenia."

In this passage C.G. Jung sort of acknowledges his Black ancestory (disregarding the part about savage Africa) and memories of African ancestoral heritage contained within deeper levels of his collective unconscious.

My question is, how many of these type of people are walking around that very well may be black on the inside. The ability to have these memories pass through the unconscious (amenta) into the consciousness (say some) is linked to a melinated black dot and melinated brain centers, etc, etc.

How many of these white people could really be connected to Africa? And if not, if this was some kind of hallucination, why did it happen? Or how? Why was this white man able to have a similar experience comparible to a brother from the U.S. stepping foot back into Africa? Or even stepping foot back into India, China, Vietname, South America etc.
 
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HE ALSO SAID THAT HIS DEMON WAS BLACK AND THAT WHERE HE GOT MOST OF HIS INFO FROM.

lol, I agree. Having to learn repeatedly about these white men and their "theories" on black people in psych classes, gets old real quick. Freud, Jung, etc. all had racist preconceived notions about African people, so I take everything they say with a grain of salt......
 
lol, I agree. Having to learn repeatedly about these white men and their "theories" on black people in psych classes, gets old real quick. Freud, Jung, etc. all had racist preconceived notions about African people, so I take everything they say with a grain of salt......

The thing is they know more about African Occult Science (Chemistry or Kemet Mystery) than most of our people and have internalized this only changing the symbolism which really also gives them away at the same time. The more they get into this the more they had to give of themselves and Heru only revelaed to them what He wanted them to know and as Heru changed into more forms they got lost in the mix because of their limited Akashic record. Which is to say their memory banks got short circuted. If they trip into a black hole they gonna view it from a racist standpoint becuase they cant see in a void cuz they are not receptive to particular forms of Light energy.
 

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