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Maybe, maybe not, however, isn't the primary initiative in this document US taking full responsibility for self-definition, and subsequently programming the Africa collective in that manner, as opposed to allowing our enemies and the so very very obviously UNWELL among us to continue to do so?
I'm not sure what you mean, here. CAn you elaborate?
 

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Now, this is what the Bible details too, COLORISM and White Supremacy and this message is not thwarted at all in the KJV of the Bible. But this is why Black African people are being encouraged to not regard it. No other ancient document today, details this truth, but if so, I am interested. Chattel Slavery and the intense imprisonment of African people is a reality. Maybe, maybe not, however, isn't the primary initiative in this document US taking full responsibility for self-definition, and subsequently programming the Africa collective in that manner, as opposed to allowing our enemies and the so very very obviously UNWELL among us to continue to do so? I'm not sure what you mean, here. CAn you elaborate? WHY, is there a specific reason for your so creative editing, consistently framing my assertions and questions out of context, or are you experiencing difficulty addressing and answering in the so very very direct manner possible with this medium, as highlighted by your resp0nses to this post [below]?

With regard to our alleged "Blackness" Chevron Dove/PEOPLE, isn't there still a lot of confusion among Black PEOPLE worldwide with regard to WHO they really are, in that are they Coloured, Negro, Black or African in terms of their ethnicity as opposed to nationality/culture?

In fact even the people within the very organizations groups and prominent individuals aspiring to lead our communities and countries in both the African Diaspora and Africa forward in the 21st century, aren’t even our alleged luminaries/intelligentsia, still for the most part very consistently trapped in their alleged “BLACKNESS” as opposed to being aware, consciously focused on embracing our African ethnicity?

Isn’t the truly critical factor here how WE consciously discern/view and label ourselves as opposed to how the rest of Humanity generally, the current POWER ELITE/LUCIFERIAN LUNATICS inc Zionist Jews coalition and their assorted BANKSTER cohorts/melanin deficient VERMIN [and their lackeys cohorts of varying ethnic origins/hues] specifically, who [continue to delude themselves that only they KNOW the WAY Humanity is meant to GO/GROW] have been decimating this planet and everything on it, for over 2000 years now, choose to label, or tag us?

When WE don't educate/rationally program ANY/ALL of our people to consciously acknowledge our African ethnicity [as opposed to alleged Blackness/how BLACK is Ziggy, Halle, Barack and many of the so diversely mixed peoples of African ethnicity] as a blessing as opposed to a curse; aren't we extremely unlikely to even think of beginning to fulfil our main responsibility; to deduce and construct the socio-economic vehicles that will initially adequately secure our communities and countries, creating the possibility of us eventually collectively advancing and competing with the rest of Humanity in the 21st century?

Why are we the only ethnic group on the planet using a colour [black as opposed to our original source, the African continent] to label our activities in every area of human activity as opposed to getting rid of one of the more obvious chains put in place over the last 500 years [as underlined by there being more than twice the number of USA citizens who label themselves as Irish and Swedish Americans, than the current population of Ireland or Sweden combined] whereas shouldn’t we make a pragmatically rational start by consciously embracing our African ethnicity?

What about the fact that in every census to date of our community in the USA with regard to how we would like to label ourselves, African has beaten Coloured, Negro and Black by a considerable margin as a rationalization of the fact that we cannot be as specific as the Italians, Greeks and Germans etc with regard to which part of [the African continent we originate from] our original home, we’re from?

How pragmatically useful are the majority of “Black Studies/Black History/Black Culture courses if the people constructing them are genuinely unaware, aren’t they, of the fact that language is the operating system of the human brain/Central Processing Unit [CPU] in a similar manner to Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 is for computers; which is why doesn’t one have to be so consciously selective with regard to how it is used to disseminate uplifting TRUTHS/ KNOWLEDGE as opposed to the current onslaught of very poisonous negativity to all of our people in general, our youth/future/specifically?

For example no one complains of being Africanlisted, or being Africanballed out of a clique, losing consciousness or all electrical power for whatever reason isn’t an Africanout, nor does anyone state that they’re not wearing a piece of clothing because it is African with dirt, it isn’t standard practice to lament when things have gone horribly wrong that it is a really African Day and no one has ever been jailed because there has been conclusive proof that they are an Africanmailer, whereas doesn’t substituting the word BLACK into all of these contexts place one on a sliding scale of very very inconvenient GRIEF, within the current still so totally Euro-centric paradigm/REALITY of the 21st century?

It is not too late, is it, for the African collective in the USA, UK, the rest of the Diaspora and Africa with regard to being far more carefully selective with regard to the language we utilize to describe ourselves, with ALL of our programs going out as African Studies/History/ Culture Lecture Series with regard to the African experience from an African perspective, thus at least starting out on the right foot as opposed to continuing to inject very easily avoidable negativity/rubbish as standard, into the minds of the people we’re aspiring to uplift?

I am not just being pedantic folks, this is very very important as underlined by the glitzy looking Black Cultural Archive opened in Brixton/South London [June 2014] not being the African Cultural Archive [THEY must just be laughing at us when even our alleged best and brightest luminaries/intelligentsia/elite are genuinely still so totally baffled and confused]; in that my/this rationale isn’t ROCKET SCIENCE, is it?


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Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed
graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?

 
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[QUOTE="Chevron Dove, post: 1021237, member: 22530"

Now, this is what the Bible details too, COLORISM and White Supremacy and this message is not thwarted at all in the KJV of the Bible. But this is why Black African people are being encouraged to not regard it. No other ancient document today, details this truth, but if so, I am interested. Chattel Slavery and the intense imprisonment of African people is a reality. Maybe, maybe not, however, isn't the primary initiative in this document US taking full responsibility for self-definition, and subsequently programming the Africa collective in that manner, as opposed to allowing our enemies and the so very very obviously UNWELL among us to continue to do so? I'm not sure what you mean, here. CAn you elaborate? WHY, is there a specific reason for your so creative editing, consistently framing my assertions and questions out of context, or are you experiencing difficulty addressing and answering in the so very very direct manner possible with this medium, as highlighted by your resp0nses to this post [below]?

With regard to our alleged "Blackness" Chevron Dove/PEOPLE, isn't there still a lot of confusion among Black PEOPLE worldwide with regard to WHO they really are, in that are they Coloured, Negro, Black or African in terms of their ethnicity as opposed to nationality/culture?

In fact even the people within the very organizations groups and prominent individuals aspiring to lead our communities and countries in both the African Diaspora and Africa forward in the 21st century, aren’t even our alleged luminaries/intelligentsia, still for the most part very consistently trapped in their alleged “BLACKNESS” as opposed to being aware, consciously focused on embracing our African ethnicity?

Isn’t the truly critical factor here how WE consciously discern/view and label ourselves as opposed to how the rest of Humanity generally, the current POWER ELITE/LUCIFERIAN LUNATICS inc Zionist Jews coalition and their assorted BANKSTER cohorts/melanin deficient VERMIN [and their lackeys cohorts of varying ethnic origins/hues] specifically, who [continue to delude themselves that only they KNOW the WAY Humanity is meant to GO/GROW] have been decimating this planet and everything on it, for over 2000 years now, choose to label, or tag us?

When WE don't educate/rationally program ANY/ALL of our people to consciously acknowledge our African ethnicity [as opposed to alleged Blackness/how BLACK is Ziggy, Halle, Barack and many of the so diversely mixed peoples of African ethnicity] as a blessing as opposed to a curse; aren't we extremely unlikely to even think of beginning to fulfil our main responsibility; to deduce and construct the socio-economic vehicles that will initially adequately secure our communities and countries, creating the possibility of us eventually collectively advancing and competing with the rest of Humanity in the 21st century?

Why are we the only ethnic group on the planet using a colour [black as opposed to our original source, the African continent] to label our activities in every area of human activity as opposed to getting rid of one of the more obvious chains put in place over the last 500 years [as underlined by there being more than twice the number of USA citizens who label themselves as Irish and Swedish Americans, than the current population of Ireland or Sweden combined] whereas shouldn’t we make a pragmatically rational start by consciously embracing our African ethnicity?

What about the fact that in every census to date of our community in the USA with regard to how we would like to label ourselves, African has beaten Coloured, Negro and Black by a considerable margin as a rationalization of the fact that we cannot be as specific as the Italians, Greeks and Germans etc with regard to which part of [the African continent we originate from] our original home, we’re from?

How pragmatically useful are the majority of “Black Studies/Black History/Black Culture courses if the people constructing them are genuinely unaware, aren’t they, of the fact that language is the operating system of the human brain/Central Processing Unit [CPU] in a similar manner to Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 is for computers; which is why doesn’t one have to be so consciously selective with regard to how it is used to disseminate uplifting TRUTHS/ KNOWLEDGE as opposed to the current onslaught of very poisonous negativity to all of our people in general, our youth/future/specifically?

For example no one complains of being Africanlisted, or being Africanballed out of a clique, losing consciousness or all electrical power for whatever reason isn’t an Africanout, nor does anyone state that they’re not wearing a piece of clothing because it is African with dirt, it isn’t standard practice to lament when things have gone horribly wrong that it is a really African Day and no one has ever been jailed because there has been conclusive proof that they are an Africanmailer, whereas doesn’t substituting the word BLACK into all of these contexts place one on a sliding scale of very very inconvenient GRIEF, within the current still so totally Euro-centric paradigm/REALITY of the 21st century?

It is not too late, is it, for the African collective in the USA, UK, the rest of the Diaspora and Africa with regard to being far more carefully selective with regard to the language we utilize to describe ourselves, with ALL of our programs going out as African Studies/History/ Culture Lecture Series with regard to the African experience from an African perspective, thus at least starting out on the right foot as opposed to continuing to inject very easily avoidable negativity/rubbish as standard, into the minds of the people we’re aspiring to uplift?

I am not just being pedantic folks, this is very very important as underlined by the glitzy looking Black Cultural Archive opened in Brixton/South London [June 2014] not being the African Cultural Archive [THEY must just be laughing at us when even our alleged best and brightest luminaries/intelligentsia/elite are genuinely still so totally baffled and confused]; in that my/this rationale isn’t ROCKET SCIENCE, is it?


/QUOTE]

Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed
graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?

As far as 'BLACKNESS' as oppose to African ethnicity, it is vital for people of African descent to embrace the history and concept of their BLACK ORIGINS, but yes, I agree that we have been confused about this issue.

No, we are not the only ones to identigy by color, this was forced upon us by White Supremacist and also, due to the exploitation of the Slave Trade System that used COLORISM to set up.

"With regard to our alleged "Blackness" Chevron Dove/PEOPLE, isn't there still a lot of confusion among Black PEOPLE worldwide with regard to WHO they really are, in that are they Coloured, Negro, Black or African in terms of their ethnicity as opposed to nationality/culture?"

Yes, absolutely, I agree that there is a lot of confusion among Black PEOPLE worldwide with regards to WHO we really are, and furthermore, it should never be COLORISM that is the primary factor in WHO we are, but this is a reality that we need to address because COLORISM was used to oppress us. So, we need to understand why.
 

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[QUOTE="Chevron Dove, post: 1021364, member: 22530"
As far as 'BLACKNESS' as oppose to African ethnicity, it is vital for people of African descent to embrace the history and concept of their BLACK ORIGINS, but yes, I agree that we have been confused about this issue.

No, we are not the only ones to identigy by color, this was forced upon us by White Supremacist and also, due to the exploitation of the Slave Trade System that used COLORISM to set up.

"With regard to our alleged "Blackness" Chevron Dove/PEOPLE, isn't there still a lot of confusion among Black PEOPLE worldwide with regard to WHO they really are, in that are they Coloured, Negro, Black or African in terms of their ethnicity as opposed to nationality/culture?"

Yes, absolutely, I agree that there is a lot of confusion among Black PEOPLE worldwide with regards to WHO we really are, and furthermore, it should never be COLORISM that is the primary factor in WHO we are, but this is a reality that we need to address because COLORISM was used to oppress us. So, we need to understand why.
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How pragmatically useful are the majority of “Black Studies/Black History/Black Culture courses if the people constructing them are genuinely unaware, aren’t they, of the fact that language is the operating system of the human brain/Central Processing Unit [CPU] in a similar manner to Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 is for computers; which is why doesn’t one have to be so consciously selective with regard to how it is used to disseminate uplifting TRUTHS/ KNOWLEDGE as opposed to the current onslaught of very poisonous negativity to all of our people in general, our youth/future/specifically?

For example no one complains of being Africanlisted, or being Africanballed out of a clique, losing consciousness or all electrical power for whatever reason isn’t an Africanout, nor does anyone state that they’re not wearing a piece of clothing because it is African with dirt, it isn’t standard practice to lament when things have gone horribly wrong that it is a really African Day and no one has ever been jailed because there has been conclusive proof that they are an Africanmailer, whereas doesn’t substituting the word BLACK into all of these contexts place one on a sliding scale of very very inconvenient GRIEF, within the current still so totally Euro-centric paradigm/REALITY of the 21st century?


Is there a specific reason why YOU didn't address/answer these questions [underlined above] with regard to the source of the current status quo's focus on making "Black" the epitome of EVIL in the profoundly warped paradigm they have created over the last 500 years?


Isn’t ANYONE who genuinely believes they are not programmed
graphically illustrating that their programming is COMPLETE?
 

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The Worst Slaughter of Indian Peoples in United States


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WOW Thank you for posting @Orisons .
My late Father-in-law is a Native American Indian--Full blood of the Sioux Nation and my husband is a defined here in America as 'African'/BLACK INDIAN. His mother is BLACKFEET and I hear the story about how the Blackfeet were treated much like this video that you have posted. And this is the bad part too, about this history with the account of how the women and children trusted the White soldiers. In the video is stated:

"The women and children remained, trusting that an American would not murder women and children. In this they were mistaken. Americans searched around among the haystacks with a hatchet and split the children’s heads open. In this way, there were over forty women and children butchered."

This account if bitter-sweet for me and I deal with this continually as I get this from the women in my families on all sides. They sit around the kitchen table and talk around their own sons!--and are obsessed with White and light skinned men to the point that I rarely come around them anymore because I just don't choose to hear that kind of conversation anymore. But I am presently pondering this issue and right now, I think part of this trusting in other men outside of their own mankind and culture has to do with a Matriarchal origin. The Indian men would leave to go hunting and then come back to their camp to find that all of their women and children had been slaughtered, or scalped, or stolen and driven into slavery and, this completely broke them. The Blackfeet Indians were driven from the Missouri River far north where they re-settled near Canada and soon, they were completely exploited there too. My late mother-in-law's people, mostly women and children, were driven from the Northwest and settled into either Nebraska or Maryland during chattel slavery times.

My mother's mother was also Native American, Tuscaroran and this history is also intense. There was a great war and my great-grand mother was stolen as a child. ... I could go on and on.
 

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Thank for posting! @Orisons
This subject hits me hard on a personal level!
I have a relative that I believe has been affected by this trick.

I find it hard to believe though that the African American woman, Dr. Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp, MDS, would be in on this secret.
 

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Jane Elliott, Diversity Trainer and Human Rights Activist


Thanks for posting @Orisons I never heard of Jane Elliott. Although I agree with a lot of what she said, however, she presents a lot of confusion when she speaks about Black origins with no scientific references.

She is dynamic though, in her take on White racism. LOL. She blew me away! She said [paraphrasing] that that all Whites are racist, if you aren’t a racist you are a miracle or, either you decided to educate yourself.

She quoted Victor Hugo:

She said, "Victor Hugo said No force on earth can stop an idea whose time has come..."

And, in this @Orisons and other statements that she made, is absolutely along the lines that I have been saying with regards to your position on the word 'BLACK'. She says that White racism is an indoctrination and its learned behavior in that “White is right, brown’s alright, black gotta stand back. Yellow is mellow.” Then she says that "What’s wrong with seeing the color of my skin."

But again, she adds a lot of confusion about our human origin coming from 230,000 years ago from Black women. Today, all science reports are that the PENEAL [PINEAL GLAND] is exclusively from Y-DNA which is the modern AFRICAN MALE. I agree that Black women came way before the modern humans, but we today have both aspects. However, the African DNA does NOT stem from the earlier BLACK FEMALE mtEVE!!!
 

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How pragmatically useful are the majority of “Black Studies/Black History/Black Culture courses if the people constructing them are genuinely unaware, aren’t they, of the fact that language is the operating system of the human brain/Central Processing Unit [CPU] in a similar manner to Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 is for computers; which is why doesn’t one have to be so consciously selective with regard to how it is used to disseminate uplifting TRUTHS/ KNOWLEDGE as opposed to the current onslaught of very poisonous negativity to all of our people in general, our youth/future/specifically?
I agree in that Language is “the operating system of the human brain…”

For example no one complains of being Africanlisted, or being Africanballed out of a clique, losing consciousness or all electrical power for whatever reason isn’t an Africanout, nor does anyone state that they’re not wearing a piece of clothing because it is African with dirt, it isn’t standard practice to lament when things have gone horribly wrong that it is a really African Day and no one has ever been jailed because there has been conclusive proof that they are an Africanmailer, whereas doesn’t substituting the word BLACK into all of these contexts place one on a sliding scale of very very inconvenient GRIEF, within the current still so totally Euro-centric paradigm/REALITY of the 21st century?
Yes, but even though the word BLACK has been used to demean people of African descent and as you say, cause us to be put into a position of enduring “inconvenient GRIEF” in a Euro-centric environment, nevertheless, the word BLACK is vital and one of the major adjectives that should always go hand-in-hand with the term African, otherwise, this Euro-centric movement in South Africa, Egypt, and heck all over the continent would take place just as it did in Europe, whereby, the term ‘AFRICA’ would define White people. We should know that the original people in the continent of Europe allowed these incoming Europeans to adopt their names and now, we have no idea of this history! The indigenous people of the European continent are still here today, but their history is NOT apart of our educational curriculum because they allowed the Europeans to convince them it was okay to remove adjectives that defined them as being distinct.

Black people should not be ashamed because they are BLACK! Just as someone BROWN should not be ashamed for being described as being brown in complexion, neither should a black skinned person be ashamed for being described by this adjective. If brown Africans choose to identify with being Black as a movement, that is positive because that is their origins.

Is there a specific reason why YOU didn't address/answer these questions [underlined above] with regard to the source of the current status quo's focus on making "Black" the epitome of EVIL in the profoundly warped paradigm they have created over the last 500 years?
Yes, I continue to respond the way I choose, but you are not able to understand my responses, nevertheless, I will address it again, because I love that you ask these questions!

"making "Black" the epitome of EVIL"

Just like the N word, this word “Black” has a positive origin and for the past thousands of years, not just today, this term “Black” has been caste as EVIL which is a White Supremacist Movement. Just as other terms to define dark skinned human beings with NAPPY hair, the terms Negro, Black, Colored, ‘Lakey’, ‘Loki’ and so many more have been constantly used in European literature to define EVIL. Nevertheless, this won’t last, but as in ancient times, this evil movement ebbs and flows and it will always be dispelled due to the inevitable truth in that BLACK is BEAUTIFUL and this will be why this White Supremacist Movement to define BLACK and dark skinned people as evil will always fail ultimately. Black, African people, should not worry, this trick will not last due to many reasons, and most important has to do with science and genetics. This movement will always be temporary because it has been used to deflect our attention away from the reality of White people’s genetic makeup and their inferiority complex but like always, eventually, we get it! People of African descent will eventually come to understand the purpose of the global strange phenomena has occurred with respect to White Supremacy and Colorism. Knowledge is the power that drives ignorance away. We have constantly been conditioned to believe that being BLACK and dark skinned is ugly and evil so that we won’t see the true history that revolves around White Supremacy but like now, many people of African descent are recognizing this deception.
 

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What is your explanation of the trinity and that so very very bizarre hybrid of ritual vampirism and cannibalism the Eucharist/Holy Communion; the most obvious additions to the Torah as the New Testament post Nicene,
What is your explanation of the trinity and that so very very bizarre hybrid of ritual vampirism and cannibalism the Eucharist/Holy Communion; the most obvious additions to the Torah as the New Testament post Nicene,
How can YOU prove that the last supper occurred, and even if it did why would Yeshuah a fundamentalist Jew ever even think of asking his disciples to break bread as his body and drink wine as his blood in this so very very obviously pagan ritual style?
What is your explanation of the trinity and that so very very bizarre hybrid of ritual vampirism and cannibalism the Eucharist/Holy Communion; the most obvious additions to the Torah as the New Testament post Nicene,
So the upside to ritually/actually eating human/Yeshuah's flesh and drinking his blood as instructed in the Eucharist/Holy Communion is?

Please be specific as to where in the Torah/Old Testament the CREATOR is addressed as the trinity of Father, Son and Holy Ghost?
"Please be specific as to where in the Torah/Old Testament the CREATOR is addressed as the trinity of Father, Son and Holy Ghost?"

I have been! But you are not receiving, however, this subject is very broad and covers thousands upon thousands of years so, there are so many more statements that can be made about it so that you might understand that it has nothing to do with Constantine lying or it being pagan or added on post Nicene. Again, I will go back to the time of the Exodus but again, as I said before, this festival goes way back even before this time of the Exodus and is meant to capture a wider scope of an early time when White Supremacy became a phenomena.

So to start, No!--This is not made up by Constantine at the Nicene, however, they may have coined the phrase TRINITY, however, this concept goes way back in time even before the Exodus. I will try to be more specific.

There were three (3) MANDATORY FESTIVALS instituted to be observed every year (annually) by the Hebrews and each of these three festivals DIRECTLY CORROELATE TO (1) the FAHTER, (2) the SON and (3) the HOLY GHOST!!! So no, Constantine did not make this up! LOL. it has nothing to do with pagan eating human flesh and drinking human blood byway of the the Creator condoning. This has been taken out of context though by pagans. So, again, this is a broad subject and I could write books on this subject, but to be brief, all 3 of these festivals became so vital and interweaved into the lives of people for over thousands of years and is still apart of us today in more ways than we may realize. Because of the Roman Empire and even earlier ancient civiliations that was embraced by Black AFrican people though, their festivals have been exploited--completely.

[1] THE PASSOVER FESTIVAL is a TWO [2] PART FESTIVAL-- Today is called BREADS or Unleavened Bread Festival but it is and has always been a 2-part festival that begins on the 14th of the month. It was and is--symbolic of Jesus who came to deal with WHITE SUPREMACY and BLACK OPPRESSION. Jesus came to represent THE EVIL SET [SETH] of the more ancient Egyptian rituals too, that was instituted at the time of the 18th dynasty and etc. Because Black African people continue to intermixe with 'the kind of White people that are supremacist' and because black or dark skinned AFrican people continue to take on these pagan practices and are constantly orchestrated into black-on-black hatred and violence, JESUS was prophesized to come to this earth to overcome this constant trick. So, this annual PASSOVER FESTIVAL WEEK of a unblemished lamb beginning on the 14th and the unleavened bread beginning on the 15th--to be observed forever is today become the Holy Communion in remembrance of how Jesus came to be the ONE that the Roman law could find no fault. ... cont.

I will tie in the other 2 festivals as they connect to this first festival.
 

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"Please be specific as to where in the Torah/Old Testament the CREATOR is addressed as the trinity of Father, Son and Holy Ghost?"
"Please be specific as to where in the Torah/Old Testament the CREATOR is addressed as the trinity of Father, Son and Holy Ghost?"

FESTIVAL #2-- THE FESTIVAL OF THE TABERNACLE also called THE FESTIVAL OF BOOTHS.
This festival was also instituted at the time of the Exodus around the 1400s BC. It is a MANDATORY COMMANDMENT. It is celebrated 6 months after the PASSOVER FESTIVAL, but because the Romans have changed the dates and times and the Separation of Church and State, meaning the Black Church does not address this issue at all, there is confusion!!!

The Festival of Booths [Tabernacles] MARKS the birth of Jesus on APRIL 17, because of the advent of the Star of Bethleham. But anyway, this festival is in commemoration of THE CREATOR [the FATHER]!!!

So, on the New Year, which was September 14 [except for leap year], PASSOVER LAMB and unleavened bread week began and then 6mos later in March 14 week [except for leap year/April 14], the PASSOVER TABERNACLE FESTIVAL WEEK began.

This is a Spring festival, but the White Jews [European Jews] today celebrate it based on the western civilization changing dates and times. However, the Ethiopian, the Original Jews, still celebrate PASSOVER LAMB/BREAD EVERY SEPTEMBER!!! It is still their New Year!!!

Again, because the Roman Empire changed the dates and times and also, changed the time the Jews were to celebrate their festivals, back then at that time, PASSOVER became celebrated at the time of the Roman pagan EASTER! For this reason many are confused.

However, before Jesus was born, lived and Crucified, the Passover Lamb/bread was still observed during the falltime and Jesus was born at the time of the Festival of Tabernacle/booths.

This is why he was said to be born in a BOOTH and laid in a MANGER. Christmas is not on December 25. Christmas is April 17. This Jewish festival coincided with the Roman tax law which was in April.

okay so... cont.

I will tie in the 3rd festival...
 

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