Black Spirituality Religion : *****SONGS OF SOLOMON*****

Keita Kenyatta

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Have you ever read the "Ethiopian Book of King Solomon"? Last I heard it was going for $100.00 for just that one book.
 

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Just a word of advice, don’t let the words of men guide your faith.

Jer:17:5: Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD.

Thus information that comes from man that is not being spoken as GOD can only be considered as a philosophy or; well, a song. You must distinguish between the Specific Word of GOD and the specific word of men.
 

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Greetings,
Concerning King Solomon, John Henrik Clarke mentioned in a lecture (Can the African race save itself) that he was a petty hustler and womanizer (1000 wives, including she-devils). He was not the wise man that we have been taught to think. He also mentioned that the real reason Queen Makeda/Sheba (Queen of the South) went to Solomon was to help the brotha out (he was in financial trouble and he also owned her money/taxes). Remember at that time a lot of nations were being protected by Kmt and Ethiopia and therefore paid taxes to Kmt and Ethiopia. Solomon's nation being one.
Just like today brothas mess up and our Queens got to bail us out (see 1 Kings 10:10). The sista gave the brotha gold, spices, precious stones worth millions. She went there to take care of business. That is what yall sistas do, take care of business :coffee: Just like Cedric said, the so-called Solomon songs and wisdom/ proverbs come from The Book of Coming Forth by Day which the Euros call The Book of the Dead.

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The Instruction of Amenemope is the likely source.


You know-

It came to my attention that at LEAST "some" of the Song of Solomon was copied from the Egyptian Book of the Dead (this might not surprise some). However, it would be interesting to go more in-depth with this.

KD
 
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