Black People : Hurricanes And Slave Ships - Is There a Connection

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  1. river

    river Watch Her Flow MEMBER

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    http://home1.gte.net/vzeeg76t/id17.html
    Is there a connection between the Atlantic Slave Trade Routes and the path taken by hurricanes?

    The slave ships from Africa brought a precious cargo -our Ancestors. They were transported over to the coast of South America and dropped off on various Island plantations in the Carribean, the Gulf of Mexico and finally on the South Eastern coast of the U.S.

    A hurricane is born in Africa over warm water and follows the same path that our Ancestors did. Could the energy source of that storm system be born of those African's who did not complete the passage? Is the unpredictability of the hurricane a conscious force made from the combined awareness of the lost souls of Africans tossed into the ocean because they were troublesome, sick, dying or dead? Is the hurricane's electric force and destructive power an emanation from human souls whose bodies were discarded like rubbish into the Atlantic?
     
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    Sister River, great question!

    Dr Ivan Van Sertima, as well as Dr. Ben and Clarke talk of the current off the Atlantic coast of West Africa actually flowing naturally toward this hemisphere, which is why a terrible seamen like Columbus wound up in the so-called new world rather than East India, as he proposed to sail...

    I don't know about the hurricane connection, but surely if you are relating it to wind currents, as it were, then yes, there has to be a correlation...

    Now, as for the spiritual connection made in the article, i don't want to get into that... It seems if that is so, then our ancestors wrath was a bit misdirected, because this thing caused us a great deal of suffering...


    Peace!
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    Would you say that most hurricanes have affected whites?

    I know this one in New Orleans is hard to accept at this time but think about the possibilities. I would never wish birth pains and the suffering of labor on anyone but that is where life begins. That is where possibilities and potentials begin.
     
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    Sister River, now goin' Taoism on me(He-Heeee!)

    Yeah, that's a consideration, if it is so, then send us some mo' uh dese badboys! :witch: In fact, send one right through NYC right quick, and crush the backbone of their power, as MLK would say - serious as a heart attack!(no smileys can convey what I'm felling, so scrap dat!)

    In seriousness, though, I feel ambivalent about such a connection, because like...what the heck took 'em so long :bawling: All things in their time, I guess???

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    The law of reciprocity, Maat, clearly should let us know that; A nation can not invade, exterminate, rape, enslave, decimate and create chaos all over the world and then think that the energy they put out will not return to the sender. We have the ill fortune of being in the nation that is reaping the energy they sent out.
     
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    Yes that is our ill fortune. How can that energy discriminate based on skin color when the energies inside us are as negative and spiritually destitute as the whites who captures them?

    Energy knows energy.
     
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    I can understand how it can make someone feel ambivalent. Certainly we just need to make sure we're standing out of its way when it comes and that the energies we give off are positive.
     
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    What could be done to direct these energies to a higher level of the astral plane, because if this spiritual philosphy is true they are destroying just as many blacks as they are whites in releasing their pain.
     
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    Sister River, you're a native New Yorker, have you read this story?


    New York Daily News - http://www.nydailynews.com
    Could waves hit here?
    By BRIAN KATES
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
    Saturday, January 1st, 2005

    Six, maybe eight, hours. That's all it would take before the wave crashed through New York Harbor, sending ships hurtling onto shore and flooding lower Manhattan and low-lying neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Staten Island.
    The sea would rush over the West Side Highway and the FDR Drive, taking cars with it. Hundreds, maybe thousands, of New Yorkers would drown in subway tunnels.

    In Queens, Kennedy and LaGuardia airports would be under water.

    Imagine a HUGE wall of water, bigger than last week's killer tsunami, racing across the Atlantic Ocean at jetliner speed, straight for New York.


    Economic losses would be measured in the trillions.

    That's what could happen if, as some scientists fear, a fragile volcano known as Cumbre Vieja, a world away from New York in the Canary Islands, splits apart and crashes into the ocean.

    The volcano cracked severely in 1949 and is continuing to weaken, according to Steven Ward, a professor of theoretical seismology and geophysics at the University of California at Santa Cruz. "Cumbre Vieja is about 98% through its cycle" before it collapses, Ward said.

    Ward and other experts admit there is no telling when this might happen.

    "It is unlikely ... that the collapse is imminent," marine geologist Simon Day, of the Benfield Hazard Research Centre at University College in London, wrote recently. "There will be plenty of short-term indications that a collapse may be about to occur."

    But, he and other experts agree, it is only a matter of time.

    If the volcano erupts, Ward explained, the magma will heat water trapped inside. As the water expands, it will push off the unstable part of the volcano.

    "It could be a piece of rock as large as 100 New York City blocks and a mile high," Ward said, outlining a worst-case scenario.

    Billions of tons of falling rock would hit the water at more than 200 mph. The energy released by the collapse would be equal to the electricity consumption of the entire U.S. for six months, according to one estimate.

    A dome of water 1,000 feet high and tens of miles wide would form, collapse and rebound. As the landslide continued to move underwater, wave crests and troughs would fuel the ocean's relentless onslaught.

    "It will diminish in size as it moves forward," Ward told the Daily News. "But even if it loses 90% of its height it would still be huge. An 8-meter [26-foot] wave would be devastating."

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/local/v-pfriendly/story/267299p-228989c.html

    I think its important for us to note that this process at CUMBRE VIEJA is 98% complete according to the scientists who are studying it, so as the TEMPTATIONS might say, GET READY! Also, coming from the Canary Islands, there is the AFRiCAN ANCESTRAL CONNECTION, hmmm...

    PEACE!
    ISAIAH
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    Well the article says that they are restless because the water keeps their bones from drying out. So short of retrieving those bones and giving them proper burial I don't know.

    I don't understand why a spirit in the astral plane would still be so connected to their previous body and how it is buried.

    But the places where the most violent acts have been committed are the places where the earth is most subject to natural disaster whether it's a hurricane or tornado or earthwuake or what have you.In California is where they abused so many chinese and the southern states where slavery was more rampant are far more subject to violent weather than the north.

    They stole the land and the land itself vomits them out but we're here tooo. If more of our peple knew what was going on they'd stop thinking they've got it made in this country and find a more peaceful land. But where? Or how can we find all those bones?
     
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