Black Spirituality Religion : To all practitioners of Ifa Orisha, Vodun, Akan, or any other Traditional African Religion

Thats interesting. Let me ask you something. With that said, how do you explain “spiritual phenomena”? I know people with the ability to see in the past, present, and future, and not just our people. What’s the source behind that then? And how would you define “God.” Like, what is “God” to you?
Peace,

It is pretty well recognized by the scientific community that the average person uses about 10% of their brain potential. We have truly lost our way. Some people naturally use a bit more which is why you have certain individuals who can perceive beyond "normal" parameters. Various cultures and religions have some of that forgotten knowledge of how to "wake" and cultivate these abilities (usually buried under symbols and religious dogma).

God is the highest physical form of Supreme Mathematics (or you might say "order"). There is no higher physical manifestation of Supreme Mathematics that we know of which is greater than the black man.

and I'll echo the question that James asked...... what is God to you? Or are you still searching?

Peace
 
Peace,

It is pretty well recognized by the scientific community that the average person uses about 10% of their brain potential. We have truly lost our way. Some people naturally use a bit more which is why you have certain individuals who can perceive beyond "normal" parameters. Various cultures and religions have some of that forgotten knowledge of how to "wake" and cultivate these abilities (usually buried under symbols and religious dogma).

God is the highest physical form of Supreme Mathematics (or you might say "order"). There is no higher physical manifestation of Supreme Mathematics that we know of which is greater than the black man.

and I'll echo the question that James asked...... what is God to you? Or are you still searching?

Peace

I’m still searching. Question. If the black man is God then again, I ask, why are we in the condition we are in as a people? Thats not a challenege or anything. I just want to build. You know how many brothers are behind the walls that are affiliated with the 5%? A lot. I know some of your beliefs and some I agree with wholeheartedly. Check this though. If the black man is God and the white man is the devil then why has he succeeded at oppressing us? Where is our power to manifest? Also, I know a little about the story of Yakub and the creation of the devil to rule or oppress the Gods for 6,000 years or something like that, but even that in itself takes some kind of faith right? I say that because I know you don’t believe in a mystery god, spookism etc. and anything that requires faith. So wouldn’t the belief in the Yakub theory be a contradiction?
 
I’m still searching. Question. If the black man is God then again, I ask, why are we in the condition we are in as a people? Thats not a challenege or anything. I just want to build. You know how many brothers are behind the walls that are affiliated with the 5%? A lot. I know some of your beliefs and some I agree with wholeheartedly. Check this though. If the black man is God and the white man is the devil then why has he succeeded at oppressing us? Where is our power to manifest? Also, I know a little about the story of Yakub and the creation of the devil to rule or oppress the Gods for 6,000 years or something like that, but even that in itself takes some kind of faith right? I say that because I know you don’t believe in a mystery god, spookism etc. and anything that requires faith. So wouldn’t the belief in the Yakub theory be a contradiction?
i think yr premise is that good always defeats evil and god always triumphs over the devil.
maybe that is not the case.
 
"It is pretty well recognized by the scientific community that the average person uses about 10% of their brain potential."

This is a myth.

"Though an alluring idea, the "10 percent myth" is so wrong it is almost laughable, says neurologist Barry Gordon at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore. Although there's no definitive culprit to pin the blame on for starting this legend, the notion has been linked to the American psychologist and author William James, who argued in The Energies of Men that "We are making use of only a small part of our possible mental and physical resources." It's also been associated with Albert Einstein, who supposedly used it to explain his cosmic towering intellect."

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-people-only-use-10-percent-of-their-brains/

"The 10% statement may have been started with a misquote of Albert Einstein or the misinterpretation of the work of Pierre Flourens in the 1800s. It may have been William James who wrote in 1908: "We are making use of only a small part of our possible mental and physical resources" (from The Energies of Men, p. 12).Perhaps it was the work of Karl Lashley in the 1920s and 1930s that started it. Lashley removed large areas of the cerebral cortex in rats and found that these animals could still relearn specific tasks. We now know that destruction of even small areas of the human brain can have devastating effects on behavior. That is one reason why neurosurgeons must carefully map the brain before removing brain tissue during operations for epilepsy or brain tumors: they want to make sure that essential areas of the brain are not damaged.

https://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/tenper.html

Humans Already Use Way, Way More Than 10% of Their Brains

https://www.theatlantic.com/technol...ay-more-than-10-percent-of-your-brain/374520/
 

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