Black People : Modern Day Religions Used As A New Control/Enslavement Mechanism Over Black People

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  1. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    Africa was once a continent where the people lived well, initially, a continent that created a tradition of wholeness, where African Traditional Religions (ATRs) embraced all aspects of life, the spiritual, the political, the social. Where music and art communicated with the Sacred.


    Perhaps if we had turned back to ATRs after colonization ended a LOT of our present problems could have been avoided. I thus far do not have sufficient evidence to back this up, but I have noticed that where African communities live according to African tradition, things are generally peaceful, but when African communities are living within a State structure which imitates the European model, together with its accompanying paraphernalia of courts, laws, prisons, offices, etc, we have continuous strife. - Dr. Kwenda



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    Ashra Kwesi-Introduction To The Afrikan Origin Of Christianity:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAHv2nuga4k&playnext=1&list=PL7E4C5FEEDA2AC759



    Ashra Kwesi Explains The Afrikan Origin Of Noahs Ark And Other Biblical Stories:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYpFgRmZK1g&feature=related



    Ashra Kwesi Explains The Origin Of The Adam & Eve Story At The Ramesseum in Kemet(Egyptah):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dxilks2HNQ8&feature=related



    Ashra Kwesi Explains the Origin of the Immaculate Conception story - Abdu Kemet (Abydos, Egypt):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk7PadRh_rs&feature=related



    The desecration of Africa in the past by the Western European powers seriously and adversely affected the traditional cultures of the indigenous African people to the extent that many traditional beliefs, social values, customs, and rituals were either totally destroyed or ignored. In most cases they were considered to be nothing more than pagan values and superstitions that played no part in traditional African culture.

    Culture after all is the way of life developed by people as they cope with survival. True culture then must include the traditional beliefs and spiritualism. The introduction of European Christianity and values separated the indigenous Africans from their traditional ancient spiritual roots as well as their traditional identity as a spiritual people.

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    Traditional African religion is centered on the existence of one Supreme High God. However, the Europeans who spread Christianity in Africa never understood or properly appreciated the African's own conception of the Great Creator. They saw no similarity between the God they preached and the African's own belief in the One Supreme God and creator who was, king, Omnipotent, Omniscient, the Great Judge, Compassionate, Holy and Invisible, Immortal and Transcendent. The traditional African belief is that the Great One brought the divinities into being. He therefore is the maker and everything in heaven and on earth owes their origin to Him alone. He is the Great king above all Kings and can not be compared in majesty. He is above all majesties and divinities. He dwells everywhere. Thus He is omnipotent because He is able to do all things and nothing can be done nor created apart from Him. He is behind all achievements. He alone can speak and accomplish his words. Therefore there is no room for failure.

    He is Absolute, all wise Omniscient, all seeing, and all Knowing. He knows all things and so no secrets are hid from Him. If there is rain it is God who wills it and if the fish do not run it is by His will. This Great Creator is the final Judge of all things, but he is able to be compassionate and merciful. He can look kindly and most mercifully on the suffering of men and women and is able to smooth the rough roads through his divine priests and the spirits of the ancestors. The God of the African Traditional Religion is also a Holy God both ritually and ethically. He is complete and absolute since He is never involved in any wrong or immorality. Traditionally Africans believe that since God's holiness blinds He therefore can not be approached by mere mortals. He is a spirit and thus must be approached by spirits invisible to mere humans.

    The African therefore does not need to prove the existence of God to anyone. God is self existing and needs no proof. His existence is self-evident and even children are taught from birth that the Great One exists. There is a Ga Language proverb that says, "No one points out the Great One to a child."

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    The Christian and Muslim bashing gets kinda redundant if not divisive since the 2 men who were

    murdered for trying to get black folks in this nation involved in pan Africanism,

    while they worked together

    were a Christian minister called Martin Luther King and a Muslim Minister called El Hajj malik Shabbazz


    in fact during the black power and Afrocentric movemetn it was the Nation of Islam and Black churches in the 60s and 70s that introduced African culture to the black community and had

    dignitaries and ATR leaders speak at their church, as Rev Daughtrey still does to this day


    the real question is where are the ATRs in this nation in regards to their history in the Black power movement?

    And thier contribution towards a Black collective?

    The white media would not have mentioned them but I am sure there are folks here can provide a long list fo ATR clergy who were prominent in the nation
     
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    Did WARFARE and tribalsim exist prior to european colonialism? Where are these African communities that live according to Africn tradition today?
     
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    Did WARFARE and tribalism exist prior to european colonialism? Where are these African communities that live according to African tradition today?
     
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    Black folks have been trbal warring with each other


    long before the first white man ever wore a shoe

    or lived in a home with a window

    and long before there was a
    Krishna,
    Buhhda
    Moses
    Jesus
    or Muhammed

    there is no escaping the facts of history


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    So basicly what is being said here is that if black folks simply return to their particular ATRs and reject Islam and Christianity every thing will be just fine?

    And how does one propose to convince half a billion black folks to do just that?

    If that is the proposed solution?
     
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    Hey! I'm interested in seeing these blogs, but they won't embed. I'll try later.
     
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