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Required Cinema for Melaninites 3

Something many of you have long suspected. Stephen King gives us:

A fantastic film about an incubus.

Genesis 6:4

“There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men {The Nephilim which is an incubus} which were of old, men of renown.”

Ever wonder why any dealings with Yurugu, no matter how subdued and pleasant, always leaves us confused, sick, terrified, dazed and incapacitated? Ever have a departmental meeting and leave not fully understanding what was said? Ever have them come up to you on the street and the need to flee from them came over you? I used to come home from school utterly exhausted and needed sleep for hours just to recover from their constant banter and their unsettling energy. Sleepless nights and nightmares soon followed before I decided that home schooling would be the best bet for me in the future.

One day I looked into the eyes of my co-worker and saw her missing soul. Somehow, she sensed that I knew and stayed away from me from then on.

Something that has always boggled my mind was their incessant need to rape us. After all, why rape a group of people you deem so inferior and ugly? Then after much reading and studying, I realized why our rape was so important to them. They need us to feed them.

This is why whenever we discuss separation, the very thing they campaign for, they go mad with indignation. They fly off the handle and accuse us of being racists. Melanin energy is the most potent form of energy on the planet. It goes hand in hand with the sun. The more Melano-energy you output, the more powerful you become. That is why they sex us.

To feed.

While watching this film remember that it’s not for entertainment but education. Watch with your third eye open.

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Required Cinema for Melaninites 2

Every once in awhile, a movie comes along that sums up pretty much everything that’s going on in the world. I must admit, the first time I saw They Live, I was too young to fully comprehend what John Carpenter was trying to tell us. All I focused on were the terrific fight scenes.

As my understanding grew and my Spiritual strength became more formidable, I began to watch this film more and more. Last week marked the 20th time I watched this masterpiece. From the opening sequence where Nada tries to look for a job to the terror of realizing that the entire world is living in a carefully manufactured prison, this movie chronicles everything we’ve talked about on this blog.

Can you guess who “They” are? Who or what do you think John was referring to?

In my humble opinion, everyone should watch this movie and have group discussions.

And as always, please do not spend money on white Hollywood buying this film. Free downloads are available or you can go to the local library to rent this spectacular movie.

Required Reading for Melaninites

 

I got this as a gift from a good blogger buddy of mine. When I saw how thick it was, I knew I was in for a long reading session. Every night, right before bed, this book along with a hot cup of tea, was my constant companion. Chapters flew by and with each turned page, my eyes became more and more opened.

 

Why are we in this position?

Why are we the most hated group in the world even amongst our own Coloured People?

What do whites want with us?

Why can they leave us alone?

And finally, is the bible real and if so, where did all this prophesy come from?

 

It’s all here in this mind blowing book.

For those of you that cry “We’re all the same!” This book explains that, no, we are not.

Along with the teachings of the late Dr. Welsing, I learn a great deal about myself and why Black people are the most hunted, hated, feared, admired, envied, disrespected and now dysfunctional people on earth.

To purchase, click her website below:

 

http://www.suzar.com/BOTW/1BOTW-toc.html

A Few Words From a Guest Speaker Regarding Tomorrow’s Meditation Session

African Meditation Preamble: Spiraling Cognitive Flex

One thing that hurts us a collective is that we’re able to see whites as individuals. We all have white people – friends and/or family members who we can’t honestly distance ourselves from, regardless of how hard we may try. Through our acceptance of these people as ‘individuals’ we have to simultaneously take on ways of thinking that reinforce their will to oppress us.

There’s a process that underlies this, and while relatively few whites completely understand (and revel) in it, next to none of us do. It’s important for us to know.

Reification is a concept in “western” (white) psychology that describes how their brains fill-in what they perceive as a negative space of something “concrete” with something “abstract” or illusory.

White people, in their practice of racism, employ this concept in understanding everything – themselves included. This reification – which is in truth, insanity – has an effect that creates an illusion of spiritual distance and separation. As African people and spiritually aware non-whites know, our day-to-day spiritual decay allows whites to make these illusions become “real” experiences for us, and by proxy, them.

However, what they don’t reify, or ‘make real’ in their life, is the “nothingness” or seamlessness of spiritual life that allows us to resist their utmost destructive compulsions.

A simple illustration.

For a white person, it’s accurate to say that right now, they’re standing or sitting on some type of surface, reading this article on their smartphone, laptop, or other device. They may be eating, or undertaking any other number of actions while they do it. They might feel a certain way, angry or sad, happy, nervous. The description of these interacting elements, to them, represent “facts”: the deadening or contraction of reality to what is measurable for a specific instance in space and time.

The spiritual reality, on the other hand, goes beyond simple facts and weaves together deeper understandings.

Take something innocuous- a pair of shorts for instance. They may or may not be comfortable, eye-catching, affordable, or any other number of descriptive terms. Beyond that reification however, what they’re beholding is expansive spiritual energy. Phenomenon not truly bound.

Composed of thread and fibers from plants and animals attempting to live in balance in nature -each sacred, woven by non-white humans – each sacred, with names and families – each sacred attempting to balance and integrate their lives in a way that reaffirms nature’s order. Their struggles woven into fabric. Machinery – hardened, deadened metals, powered by circuitry formed from earth and ores stolen from our motherland, helps automate the process.

The forces of the earth – the “elements”, also under white domination, are forced into submission on their journey across the water. The water, once pure and clean, is now polluted as barges and tankers move “product” from coastline to coastline. The air, polluted, its direction and power tracked and monitored just as slyly as they do to us in this area of the world.

After the physical journey, soulless marketing executives concoct entire campaigns of deception, and trampling businessmen distribute this processed, condensed energy in exchange for submission to a system that demands a one-sided form of thought. As we acquiesce to this process, we continually reinforce its efficiency, and therefore, its “rationality”.

All of this – in what we mistake as a simple “object”.

In our living under their domination and defining reality on their terms, we see all of this as normal and create an African self-denying prophecy. If our “objective” is to break that domination we have to learn how to redefine, which is difficult. We run the risk of being labelled crazy by those we care about. However, risk is something we have to get more comfortable with.

Many of our scholars, such as Marimba Ani, have described the “rationality” of white’s desacralizing process – the positioning of reason over emotion. “Yurugu’s” mind. The positioning of their detached reasoning over our emotions which would say something much more expansive.

Such disastrous ways of thinking take time and effort for us to defuse, a part of that defusing is recognizing the limitations of these words even as we read them now. All language is an abstraction so it can’t get at the heart of what we need to convey to each other, only spiritual connection can.

African spirituality is based completely in reciprocity. Our “sin” was accepting white deception for material gain. In order for us to regain what we’ve lost, we have to be willing restart and continuously uphold a spiritual connection with nature, our creator.

With the meditation tomorrow, what we seek to bring into our lives is spiritual communion with our ancestors and with nature. As you step through the elements in going “outdoors”, and as you nourish your being in cleansing with water,  look deeply inside yourself to remember the connection that every step and touch carries.

For many of us it’s been long, harsh, and silent decades since we’ve felt that connection. It used to be as common for us to uphold as it is for a person to check their phone in these unforgiving days. So tomorrow night, as you construct your altar and make ancestral communion, the most important thing you can do is to remember that presence. Remember that despite our enemy’s ireful gaze and deadly touch, an undercurrent of spiritual power lies untouched, waiting for us to reclaim it. As the impulses guide you tomorrow night, speak the words that resonate with your reclamation of that power.

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