BLACK PEOPLE IN CHURCH (CIRCE) By Andre Austin The ancient Greek Historian, Herodotus (490BC-420BC) made a report in The Histories making two points I will focus on: “The name of the Gods were brought into Greece from Egypt” Book 2:52 “The names of nearly all the Gods came to Greece from Egypt” Book 2:50 Circe was a Greek Goddess of Magic. In the New Testament the word Church is derived from her name. The white historians hide the fact that this goddess was black and most likely came from Egypt like Herodotus classified most of them. The maverick Black Historian said this about Circe: “Circe, famed for her magical powers, is represented as a negro (Black) woman. Some writers think the drawing grotesque because its features aren’t Greek but is “racially correct. Circe, according to the legends, was the daughter of Aetes, king of Colchis and Herodotus says the Colchians were Negro (black)” (Nature knows No Color-Line by JA Rogers p.36. The jet Black Ethiopian king in Egypt was Sesostris who founded the city in Colchis. Another scholar Edward Scobie states: “In fact, in their (European) mythology, the most famous female magician of all time was Circe, who played a great role in Homer’s Odyssey. Ancient Greek drawings depict her as a beautiful African woman. To her was attributed the power of turning human beings into lower animals” (African Presence in Early Europe Edited By Ivan Van Sertima p.214). When Constantine issued his edicts making Christianity the state religion it coincided with other edicts marshaling in Feudalism making the common people serfs, a status near the level of animals. You are the Sheep, pigs, fox’s, vipers and fish not spiritually speaking but commercially speaking under NT spell. According to Joe Atwill studying Revelations 18 states “The next lines are of interest in that they document the commercial rationale of the Caesars for ‘casting the spell of Christianity” (Shakespeare’s Secret Messiah p324). THE OLD TESTAMENT Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Israel) were characters from Egyptian mythology primarily being recycled from Osiris, Isis and Horus. When we get to the New Testament the same three individuals are featured in part with three Caesars: Vespasian, Titus and Domitian all followers of Osiris & Isis. The unaware unknowingly worship them under their alias name: “Christ Jesus”. You can take the black Gods out of Africa, but you can’t take African blood out of them, to reinterpret the above quotes from Herodotus. Final note: They don’t want us to ever to get back to this glory.