Black Spirituality Religion : They'll press what's left into new

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  1. kohlminer

    kohlminer Banned MEMBER

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    Eye do not address you personally Renee for you are young and but a child on your journey. But please listen carefully

    All systems have hierarchy and order. Man's purpose is to re-member and re-connect with their Higher God self. This was perfectly understood at a time. Man's external shell/skin was not an impediment to his ascension to his God self. If you know the Neteru you will also know the principles displayed relate to life on many levels of existence. Principles that concern the living and the dead.
    If you truly knew the neteru you would know that it was man/you (through ego, vanity and jealousy) that changed God given order and focused on the external shell/skin.
    Do you really believe that the oceans of blood and universal wail of sorrows go unheard - or do you seek to mock them too
    If you really knew the Neteru do you think that they will remain unresponsive - just as it remains unacknowledged and ignored in this realm. Do you think they will say forgive and forget, no matter, let us sing Kumbaya
    And before you say 'it wasn't me'. It was not me either. But you and yours still reap benefits, whilst me and mine suffer.
    If you truly know the Neteru, you will know that Divine justice will be served.
    If you knew the Neteru you will know it is far too late to compensate.
    If you know the weighing of the heart - as a man sows, so shall he reap.
    If you knew the Neteru, you would be able to answer your own question.

    And so it is
     
  3. Blackbird

    Blackbird Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I see you, Renee, aho....

    In my opinion, all are free to believe and worship as they feel. Whatever your heart of hearts speaks to you to follow, you must fulfill it. No one can deny you your desire to choose a path to follow. I respect and honor your decision as your choice. That said, the question here is about lineage, blood ties.

    Indeed as a Black person descended from the Fongbe speaking peoples of West Africa, it is stated that their lineage begun back at a time when the people dispersed from Kmt due to invasions and other turmoil. These people traveled west and eventually settled in first southwest Nigeria, where they came in contact with and intermingled with other migrating groups from the old greenland of North Central Africa. The lineage established by blood relation to the old priests and priestesses of Kmt is still apparent in the Fongbe.

    I once underwent in my younger days two Reiki attunements and was involved in Reiki groupshares. Once having Reiki performed on me, I blacked out and my mind shot to Kmt, where I saw the old Ntr administering to me. When I came to, my experiences were confirmed because those in attendence reported seeing around me old fari and the bn bird. My lineage was confirmed and has been repetitively since then. Needless to say, I'm not much big on Kmt, preferring other things. As such, however, due to my ancestral ties, the story of Kmt is intertwined with my energetic database.

    Some people of European descent have become involved in Vodou and have experienced some benefits; but I recalled one instance a friend, clearly non-judgmental or biased to one's ethnic background, sharing an experience with me. He told he attended a ceremony where white people were in attendence as well. He said the ceremony was more centered on the Vodun tradition of Benin and the Ghedevi came down. The Ghedevi, he told, came over to him, hugged him and said to him, with some translating, "I'm always glad to see my people with us - it's always filled with so many white people, that it's sometimes ridiculous."

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    You didn't. Hmm... Interesting.

    How say you got involved in this thing, yeh?

    sm htp,
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    RIGHT BLACKBIRD, THESE "RELGIONS" ARE ANCESTRAL WITH BLOOD TIES,ONE CAN WORSHIP WHAT THEY FEEL BUT IF U DONT HAVE THE BLOOD TIES, U ARE JUST ROLE PLAYING AND HAVING THEATER.
     
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    Exactly!!!

    The true understanding is encoded within the DNA of Africans and if you don't have that DNA then as said above, it is only role playing. Another point that should be made is, if you don't understand the correlation of ancient Khem.tic teachings with that of West African knowledge then it goes without saying; your not even role playing but just playing unaware.

    Peace and Blessings
     
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    ASE RU2RELIGIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I think my esteemed brothers have summed up that overall thought and idea. Without ancestral license, any involvement is role-playing. Why? Because African traditions for the most part are ancestral traditions, dictated by blood ties.

    What are we saying? Genetically, you do not have the ase within to reach full potential in these traditions. As I've said many times, I don't practice Vodou; I am Vodou - my ancestors are the Vodu themselves. This is my birthright and I claim that right and thru inheritance, I claim the Ntr on an genetic and energetic basis.

    Blackbird
     
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    And that about somes things up. lol.
     
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    BAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHAAAAAAAAA.......oh hell I fell on the flo laffin at Bro Blackbird's response.....
     
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