Black Spirituality Religion : Saving Africa's Witch children documentary

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  1. Alexandra

    Alexandra Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Greetings all,

    An abstract of sorts usually follows the title of a post, whereby a poster states the objective of the thread, as well as their opinion on the subject matter. I will however, not do so, because I do not wish to influence your perception with my biased opinion.

    However, in the spirit of transparency and to aid you in deciding whether you want to watch it or not, the synopsis given by the producers is as follows;


    It is my hope that you will watch this documentary and come to your own conclusions. I also take this opportunity to strongly impress upon you (especially parents) that this documentary is exceptionally disturbing. Such is the effect that I have noticed a perceptible, unshakeable shift in my mood since I watched the full documentary.

    Part 1


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    Part 6


    If you get a 'no longer available message', simply double click on the clip and this will take you to the original clip, which will play just fine.

    Peace,
    Alexandra
     
  2. Amnat77

    Amnat77 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Alexandra,

    Thanks for posting the Videos, but i could only watch the first segment.This hits home for me in more ways that you can imagine. Have you ever heard of the Celestial Church of Christ?(the man in the first segment with the Red sash around his waist he what is called a ''shepard'' in the church) My mother is member, this church literally destroyed my family(and almost took her life).I can't go into details for personal reason but if you are familiar with their so called doctrines then I'm pretty sure you understand.


    I find it ironic that the same people who bought Christianity to Africa, are the same ones who are showing the world the effects of this religion's impact on a culture that is/was completely incompatible with thier ideology.


    EXCEL10K and his Missionary friends needs to see this.......
     
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    All in the name of Jesus .....

    Sistah Alexander I watched this documentary the other night. It leaves one feeling very cold!!! IMO these 'prophets' and 'prophetesses' should receive back every diabolical crime that they have had instigated against children returned to them ten fold!!! :jumping: Culturally ATRs and Christianity will remain in conflict to the detriment of our children .... do you remember Victoria Climbe(sp), the child tortured to death as her guardians believed the same shizzle that she was a witch SMFH:SuN025:

    Eye have tried to think of ONE beneficial thing this Religion has done for us save give some a sense of comfort. And eye am of the view that many 'books' have words of comfort. War and conflict is Christianity's middle name from its beginning to its end. Until we free our minds from such 'fear' tactics and dogma the slaughter of Afrikan children will continue .....

    KMT:time::time::time:
     
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    how low can you go?

    denoucing kids as satan?

    in the name of christ

    it should make christians proud
     
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    Queen Alex- you struck a major cord here. Euro-religion is definitely their weapon of mass destruction against the world's most spiritually affluent people. You'd have to be a zombie not to feel this one. However I also see the irony in the filming of such documentaries by Whites under the umbrella of "exposing" a situation going on in Nigeria and many other parts of Africa, meanwhile such conditions would not exist without European colonialism, especially within the spiritual sectors.

    I also know a couple of Nigerian Pastors, these Men will grow veins in their neck when they start telling your about how "Witches" are the ones underdeveloping Africa, causing illness and death and only Jesus Christ can deliver Africa from it's condition. It's an amazing philosophy, one that cannot be shaken with quick debates and wise words. It's systemic.

    But the techniques Europeans have been using, enables them to get Africans to sign off on our own Genocide. The same happens right here in America. Euro-religion has performed a serious mindf--- on the African consciousness, and not because it's superior, only because we allow it. Another friend from Nigeria was also accused of being a Witch when he was visiting family in Nigeria during the summer. Some boys had tied him up and was pouring alcohol on him about the set him on fire. He said an Elder family member saved him, telling everyone he was a Christian and not a Witch.

    Because he still feared what his fellow Nigerians thought of him he did start going to their local Church. He also told me the story of when some real Witches wanted to convert him, they took him into an old house one night, and when they lite the candles he said he saw spirits eating flesh and drinking blood, he kept screaming out "Jesus Christ" and eventually the spirits fled. Knowing what I do about spiritualism, I understand that even some spirits still fear pain. "Jesus Christ" is a code word for their pain, because perhaps these spirits died hearing that name, such as a person getting burned to death for being "accused" of being a Witch.

    A Yoruban Sistah also told me once that the N-word is a code word for pain too, because many Africans died at the hands of Whites while hearing that word. But you can see how fear itself is causing people in Africa to "convert" into Christianity, as a statement of them not being Witches. Witchcraft is a problem in Africa. Which craft?

    Is it the Witchcraft of the European or the Witchcraft of the African? I believe it's both. The spirit world is responsible for agriculture, so if there are famine this means the spirits don't feel honored by that region. Africa has highly developed levels of Shamanism because the relationship between the spirit world and Africa needed for surviving the world's most sun-lit continent. If the Witch is hunted, the Witch/Shaman cannot be initiated and trained properly, and thus the relationship between spirit and Man is counterfeited through the Church.

    The level of a Witch's power is the spirits themselves. A Witch cannot cause famine unless there are spirits that agree in concert. A child born into a village could produce "curses" but only if that child's spirit has already been synergized with other spirits that will use the child to seek vengeance against those living in that region that are not honoring them properly, or have killed them dishonestly.

    Euro-witch craft is basically mind control/brainwashing. What we are seeing here are different degrees on mind control at work. Such tactics especially work on those who have so much mind, but no control. The point, the African mind especially as a collective is "healthier" with the polarizations of both Male and Female in power. If you don't see that, be certain there will be problems. Europeans already studied us well enough to know this, which is why here in America there is so many programs to keep Black Mothers single and manless. It is by design. This is how they groom disproportionated Black societies.

    Trust me when I say Europeans only do things in areas and people they wish to control. "Belief" is the nucleus for all Human activity. Control a belief and you also control how those people will act.

    Nigeria's real curse? Oil.
     
  6. Alexandra

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    Greetings Amnat77,
    I am sorry to hear that you have been personally affected by this repugnant being, whom I had not heard of prior to watching this documentary, but I am becoming familiar with their ideologies, so will be able to put your experience into context before long.

    If I may ask, have you ever heard of Ndako Gboya ? it is apparently a secret male society which charges high fees for witch cleansings.

    Thank you Seeking Maat, DSSoja and Metasaience for your contributions. I acknowledge and agree with them. I also cannot help but recall something Dr Blair mentioned, and infact Brothers Blackbird and Darkside Magick have echoed the same thought. There are black souls inhabiting white bodies and vice versa. I just wonder if this is a plausible explanation for some of the going ons in Africa such as this one.


    Source: www.gossiprocks.com/forum/blind-items/81677-panache-report-09-08-08-self-hater-former-hooker.html

    Peace,
    Alexandra
     
  7. Amnat77

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    Thanks Alexandra,


    No I've never heard of Ndako Gboya(sounds Ibo). The Church my mother attends is actually in America (Ironic uh?) she converted to Christianity when I was 13 (we were in the States then).

    While watching te videos the Salem Witch Trials came to mind for some reason, its like History repeating it's self on a different continent.
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa!




    Amnat77,

    What you have ask my opinion about, the viewing of these videos, sadly follows all other posters and perhaps the thread starter. Attempting to make some sense out of all this, I agree with your view of the Salem Witch Trial repeated all over again.

    More pointed to a specific brand of Christianity, Pentecostal and Monetary gain; repeatedly, the documentary hinted what goes behind the malice is clearly a misrepresentation of Christianity for financial gain. A fair review of the material supports this sole intent of the perpetrators, in the name of Religion.

    Steeped in Religious belief, and to a great degree is spiritism. Our African Traditional Religions are no different, they to, rely upon spiritism. What is central to both is the phenomenon of Mystery. Mankind is frighten, and at the same time excited with the unknown.

    Regarding the material in this thread, however, the outcome, which is to say, Witches, revolves around gross misinterpretation of biblical scripture. What many will not admit is this, Satan also knows scripture, very well. So, the only safeguard is proper interpretation and understanding of the Bible, not Religions. The ongoing work of the Bible teacher is great and vast, and is confirmed through these Dispatches.

    Here is a post I made in the Cross Thread which may shed more light toward understanding how all this began: http://destee.com/forums/showpost.php?p=507056&postcount=774

     
  9. Alexandra

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    Update - Dispatches: Return to Africa's Witch Children

    A year ago, Dispatches told the story of how children in Africa's Niger Delta were being denounced by Christian pastors as witches and wizards, and then killed, tortured or abandoned by their own families. Following the introduction of the Child Rights legislation and an increase in financial support for a British charity providing a refuge for affected youngsters, the programme returns to find out what happened to some of the people featured in the first film.


    For full documentary http://bit.ly/7oRQHQ

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    Sister Alexandra, was the word witch part of the vocabulary before the Christians came?
    It's a difficult history to piece together, but from what I've read from early euro writings from explorers, missionaries,etc., at one time there were women's and men's societies that balanced eachother out. When the euros came, the first thing they did was destroy the women's societies (it was the women who bestowed kingship, so to remove them would allow for the corruption of the king). Then the persecution began with the introduction of "witches."
    do you have any info on this history?

    alaafia

    ps-i couldn't stomach the video
     
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