When you awaken the sleeping WARRIOR within,you no longer fear the enemy. Then you begin to realize they can only kill the body,but not the SOUL.
What is a warrior? What is an ignorant thug? What is a ruthless killer? What is a revolutionary? What does it mean to have courage? I’ve been asking these questions to people I know recently? In the film Black Panther the anti-hero is Erik Kilmonger. There have been many debates on Twitter,Facebook and YouTube about whether Killmonger was a hero or not. Killmonger’s main objective was to liberate oppressed black people all over the world. He wanted to level the playing field against white supremacy. And he was seen as the villain. Now don’t get me wrong,Killmonger was no angel. Far from it. He was ready to kill anything in his way. He grew up in poverty in a crime ridden city called Oakland. So he had a lot to be angry about. I find it interesting that although KIllmonger is seen as the villain,white supremacy is never named in the film. The word “racism” is never said in the film. It’s only implied. And that is the REAL source of his anger and his oppression. But anyway,nothing would stop him from completing his mission. Even with the odds against him he stayed focused on the mission at hand. But he was portrayed as an African-American thug. The real public enemy number one. This is why Black Panther is the hero in a white-created film. They don’t want children to admire the traits of Killmonger because he’s a threat to the racist power structure. That’s why I tell people Black Panther is full of anti-black propaganda. What exactly is propaganda? Propaganda is the effort to spread a belief or an opinion about a certain issue. Commercial advertisers,government,media,pressure groups and public officials all use propaganda. The whole point of propaganda is an attempt to get people to think a certain way about something. I feel propaganda is most effective when people don’t realize it as propaganda. This is why characters like Erik Killmonger are painted as the bad guy. His motives are liberating for black people but they portray him as a mindless thug so you associate the behavior with the ideology.
I’ve seen this pattern of painting revolutionaries as the anti-hero. I remember reading years ago that the Marvel characters Professor X and Magneto were based off of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. Marvel comics founder Stan Lee also admitted that the X Men super powered mutants were based off of the black civil rights movement going on in the sixties. This is one of the reasons Magneto is seen as the evil villain. He wants to liberation of mutants against oppression. But when you listen to Magneto talk about the the situation of mutants he’s always making valid points. And he believes if mutants want true freedom they have to do it ” by any means necessary”.
Another character that was revolutionary was Koba from The Planet of The Apes. Koba believed that apes shouldn’t trust humans. The main leader of the apes was Caesar. He and Caesar rarely saw eye to eye. I also noticed that Caesar was a darker skinned ape. Whereas Caesar has a more light skinned face. Koba also had a scarred face from the torture he received from evil humans. So Koba even looked like an ugly monster. This is also subliminal programming. It’s to give the impression that if someone is unattractive then they must be evil. Which we know is not true. I’ve met plenty of good looking people that were selfish,vain,manipulative and egotistical. But people are trained to believe that exterior beauty translates to inner beauty. Nothing could be further from the truth. Here’s a synopsis from Gaspar Yanga:
“In the begging of this movie, some scientist wander into the apes territory ( theme of White innocence) and have a dispute with the Apes, in which one Ape is shot. Caesar, being the leader tells the people to leave and takes the injured Ape back home. Koba, having been abused by humans (Europeans), tells Caesar they should follow the humans back to where they are at. Koba comes back and tells Caesar, that he believes they should attack the humans before they get stronger. Caesar makes a snarky comment about how the only thing that Koba, learned from humans is hate. ( theme of seeking retribution against Europeans is wrong).
Koba, goes back into the human’s camps, only to find they are stockpiled with WEAPONS. The innocent humans that Caesar loves so much has a army reserve of military grade weapons. Some of the humans go back to the Apes home, while Koba was gone, in order to seek Caesar’s approval to search for a dam which could power their city. Upon, rushing back to tell Caesar of this great potential threat of humans, Koba is furious to find out that that humans have been allowed back into the Apes territory, along with the human that shot an ape named Ash. Koba and Caesar fight before Koba can tell Caesar, that the humans are preparing to for some type of war with all the weapons. Koba comes up with this genius plan, he goes back to the human camp to steal a gun so he can use it to shoot Caesar and tell the Apes that a human shot Caesar at night and that they should attack the humans. Koba’s brilliant plan works. Koba shoots Caesar at night time while some of those humans are in camp and he runs to tell the other Apes, that humans shot Caeser. Well, during the Ape attack on the humans, Koba gives a command to kill this human to another ape, this Ape refuses, Koba pats him on the back, then drags him by the head and throws him off the ledge showing the other apes who is the king of the hill. Koba, then arrest all those who are loyal to Caser and like humans. Koba is an example of supreme intelligence, military strategy, and brilliance. He removes a weak leader with a brilliant plot. He then consolidates power through force (Mao style) and he units the Apes, around their Ape identity. Koba is the ultimate Ape Nationalist and Freedom Fighter. The only thing that Koba does not tolerate is softness for enemies, he considers that WEAKNESS.
Caesar, in talking to the “GOOD HUMAN” (WHITE), says this ” Ape start war, Human will not forgive”. Caesar, blames his own people for the war. The humans created the experimental drug, the humans abused the apes giving them a reason to never trust them and the humans were trying to recolonize the world. Caesar, blames Koba and his people for starting a war that was caused by the humans (Whites). This, of course, is how the warped mind of the European is even in his movies and how he plants this false consciousness in others (mostly Black Christians). The writers actual ignore the history of the Apes and manipulates Caesar into this self hating, self loathing ape who has a soft spot in his heart for humans. Koba was punished in the movie for: 1. Never forgiving humans 2. Loyalty to his own kind and Caesar is made a hero for 1. Forgiving the Europeans 2. Seeing the good in all people.”
The problem is people want a kind and sweet revolution. They don’t know what it takes to get real freedom and liberation. A real warrior will do whatever he needs to do to get freedom. A warrior is usually a person experienced in warfare. Or a person that has shown great vigor,aggression and courage. In a white racist society they want to demonize revolutionaries so people don’t see them as heroes. These films want you to identify with the so-called heroes. But if you’re an oppressed group you should be rooting for the revolutionary. When the European colonizers came to America that killed everything that wasn’t European. They killed millions of Native Americans. They killed millions of Africans. They raped women and killed babies. They were heartless and ruthless and their quest for power and domination. They were bloodthirsty and heartless! That’s what they did in the America’s and in Africa. They know what it takes to achieve a revolution. This is what brave Haitians did in the revolution in 1804. These were real Africans warriors that knew who was the enemy. They couldn’t show any weakness against the evil Frenchmen. And these are the qualities that fictional characters like Killmonger,Magneto and Koba possess. This is why it’s important to recognize propaganda when it’s in front of you. And these Hollywood films are full of them. When I was younger I couldn’t see it. But my eyes are wide open now. They’re training you to root for the real villains. So in essence,they have you going against your own self interest. And ultimately your freedom.
God and the Ancestors speak to the Black race answering questions we ask ourselves – such as – the plight of the Black man, past, present and future. The book provides the tools for woman and man to spiritually transform their lives and relationships.
This book dares to look at the many issues that have been dogging the Black race for generations, in a shocking, frank and open way.
These deep issues are linked to our spiritual belief mindset that remained holistically undiagnosed. Essentially Conversations with the Blackman’s God is a discussion with Motherfather Principle and the Gods of our ancient Ancestors about the obstacles that are affecting the Black race in this time. The answers are raised from a spiritual standpoint channelled through psychic Neferatiti Ife who has been selected by the Gods for this work.
The dialogue is written in God speak, question and answer format.
This book is for those who have begun to question western religion and philosophy. For those who are open minded to believe that they are able to access the Gods directly, who are ready to begin the journey of self-introspection and healing.
‘The Blackman cannot be saved unless he helps himself. Too long have your people been victims to circumstances’
Both authors Neferatiti Ife and Arkenaton Shabazz were plagued by the constant discussions regarding the Black race. Through shared frustrations they began to look for answers and felt that solutions though meditation, connecting with MotherFather Principle and the Gods of the white light. The ancient Kemetians connected with these Gods on a daily basis and look at their achievements!
Following the traditions of their ancient Ancestors Neferatiti began to meditate to obtain the answers to their questions and the result has materialised in the book.
Many of the Spirits and Ancestors are not pleased to see the downfall of all of the work they have put in. They see the rise of their great nation becoming nothing.
The first half of the book addresses major issues of the African race- such as – why are our people suffering, slavery and negative psychological mindsets. Additionally questions about the future of the Black race, Europe and USA are revealed. Truths about Bob Marley, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King as well as biblical characters (Jesus, Moses, Melchisedek) are also revealed.
The second part of the book considers the individual thinking patterns – self love, healing, past pain and intimacy. Connected to this the book explores fundamental patterns in our failing relationships and how can we find true love in our lives?
‘You need to begin with self. Self is looking at your soul. What does your soul say to you everyday?’
Once the individual can embrace this information it can be used as a work book that is able heal internally and in so doing change the downward spiral of the African race for all times. Many of your race lost their inner guidance and their soul. They lost their connection with the divine spirit.
I’ve always been interested in the unknown. Things that are associated with the occult. Some people get freaked out when they hear the word occult. But occult knowledge is basically the knowledge of human consciousness and how it operates,and knowledge of natural law. As well as the unseen universal spiritual laws which govern the consequences of human behavior. And for the past fifteen years I’ve studied symbology,numerology and etymology. I’ve learned quite a bit from different authors,teachers and even Youtube channels. There are a lot of people from different walks of life that have helped me awaken my consciousness. Most notably I’ve learned from people like Dr Suzar,Bobby Hemmitt,Dr Phil Valentine,Brother Panic,KT the Arch Degree,Naazir Ra,Osei Kufour, Jay Dyer and Mark Passio. As well as YouTube channels by Bro Sanchez,Black Child,Nu Rebel Entertainment,Truthiracy3,RFG Chosen One,The Outer Dark,da13thsun and Lifting The Veil. Throughout our daily lives we are surrounded by symbolism. Many times we don’t even think about the symbols around us. Many of the symbols come from our African ancestors and how they saw the world around them. This can be found in Kemetic texts thousands of years ago. Long before any European influence. Many years later Europeans(Greeks,Romans) changed some of the symbols and names of the deities as well. All the images we see on television and films are full of symbols. I’ve always liked to know the origin of words and why we use certain words. In this series three-part series I wanted to cover some of them you use in your everyday lives. I wanted to start with money and the words associated with it.
Much of the symbols we see have to deal with nature and the solar system. While Europeans were concerned about philosophy our ancestors understood the ecosystem and structure of life. Our ancestors studied the sun,moon and stars and based the Zodiac sings on astrology. Since it has to do with nature,this is the reason that cash is green(nature).
Our ancestors believed that the Sun represented the male principle. And the Moon was the female principle. Which is why you have gold(Sun) coins and silver(Moon) coins. The Sun produces light(light) so is looked at as the father. The Moon is represented as a female and associated with the calm and nurturing darkness of night. Which is why night is called EVEning. As in Adam and Eve.
Juno Moneta is the mythical Roman Goddess is where the word “money” comes from. Juno is Janus which represents the two facing heads of time. Janus is how we get the month January. Even the word MONTH gets it’s name from the MOON. Think of it has the beginning of January(Winter solstice) and the ending in June(Summer solstice). It’s all about the balance of nature and the changing of seasons. This is the reason that scales are used for measuring money.
This comes from our ancient African(Kemetic) Goddess Maat.
Of course Europeans stole the idea and created their version the so-called Lady of Justice. I find it interesting that they have stole so much from other cultures yet still haven’t created a system of justice. Go figure!
It’s often said that money doesn’t grow on trees. But since money is made from trees it actually does. But you can’t grow a tree without water. Which is why money is always associated with water. We’ve all heard the term “cash flow” and “liquidation”. And water current as in “currency”. They say the Moon can alter a person’s mood. When strange things happen late at night some people say “it must be a full moon”. The Moon can give off a certain energy. Our ancestors believed it could effect the ocean and rivers. When water is flowing it’s controlled by the banks right? River banks? Which is why we use a banking system.
Many of you are probably familiar with the ancient African(Kemetic) deity Thoth or Djehuti.(above). In artwork he was usually pictured as a man with the head of an Ibis. He was looked at as the Kemetic God of knowledge,wisdom,meditation and reason. His wife was Maat. He is usually seen carrying a caduceus,as in the picture above.
The caduceus has two serpents crawling up the staff. The two serpents represent the duality of nature. The symbol is still used today my the medical industry.
Once again,thousands of years later when the Greeks came to Kemet they started changing the names of the deities. They came up with the Greek God Hermes. Hermes was known as the messenger for the Gods. And the conductor of the dead and protector merchants. When they speak about the history of medicine they always mention Hermes to represent for the Greco-Roman era. No mention of the African origin. No surprise there.
But the caduceus is also where you get the dollar sign ($). The dollar sign is nothing but a serpent crawling up a staff. the reason the serpent is used alot is because our ancestors believe they represented wisdom and enlightenment.
It all comes from the THRID EYE of enlightenment and the pineal gland.
The Kemetic deity Wadjet is also represents as a serpent. It’s all interconnected on so many levels. I could go even deeper but I think you get the idea. I just wanted to show you some of the symbolism associated with money.