Take a real good look at this person. This is a black man. Or is it? Well I guess it depends on who you ask. This person on the cover of Metro Weekly is Janet Mock. The tagline on the magazine says “mighty real”. Which is very misleading since there is not much real when looking at this cover. You see Janet Mock was born a man. Which means he has a penis. As far as I know he hasn’t had his penis removed so he’s still a man. But that’s my definition. But according to this deranged European culture I’m living in I’m supposed to call him a woman. But isn’t Janet just a man in a dress? If I put on an astronaut suit does it make me an astronaut? If I paint myself white does it make me a white man? I wouldn’t think so. But the fact they we have to call these people a certain gender because it’s what they “feel” like shows you we are way off course. We have really lost our minds.
And what’s really scary is that more and more black people are accepting this false reality. One of the most popular men in this transgender movement is Laverne Cox(pic above). Cox has been on numerous mainstream magazine covers. He’s been on so many I’ve lost count. Covers that many authentic black women have never been on. Why is that? Is the racist white media trying to redefine black womanhood? Are they trying to portray black women as more masculine by having men imitate them? Sure looks like it to me. I think it’s a way to destroy the divine feminine principle. It seems like a combination of both sexism and racism. In a way it’s an insult to both black men and women. Are they trying to get rid of black alpha males? This is really sick and twisted!
Then we have actor Amiyah Scott. Amiyah is on the drama Star. Star is produced by well known homosexual Lee Daniels. Much like his other show Empire,Star is full of masculine lesbians,homosexuals,transgenders,violence,crime and interracial sex. All the things Daniels loves to portray as normal for the black community. By having more transgenders on network television it normalizes it. Which is the purpose in my view.
I don’t really follow the transgender/homosexual culture so I never knew about this. But they actually have transgender contests. It’s really big in Atlanta. The video(above) is a contest in which men compete to see who looks the most like a woman. It’s called the “I AM BALL” contest. I could tell they were all men so I don’t know how the hell you pick a winner.
Not to be left out but they also have a competition for a female to male transition. This is were females compete to see who looks the most like a man. This is really crazy to watch. I can’t believe they actually have a contest for this type of thing. What the hell is going on in Atlanta? I thought it was knows as “Black Mecca”. Is this what our people are now embracing?
Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche is a Nigerian writer of novels and short stories. In the video(above) she says that you can’t compare the struggles of women that were born women with transwomen. She says that it’s not the same thing because they have been women since birth. Just so you know the term being used today is cisgender. You will hear terms like cis male or cis female. Which means “male assigned male at birth”. Assigned?? I thought that you are whatever you were at birth. But you see how they’re making up all these terms to confuse us. Well at any rate Adiche was attacked by actor Laverne Cox. Cox disagreed with Adiche’s statement. Although she didn’t address Adiche directly,here’s the statement by Cox:
“I was talking to my twin brother today about whether he believes I had male privilege growing up. I was a very feminine child though I was assigned male at birth. My gender was constantly policed. I was told I acted like a girl and was bullied and shamed for that. My femininity did not make me feel privileged. I was a good student and was very much encouraged because of that but I saw cis girls who showed academic promise being nurtured in the black community I grew up in in Mobile, Ala. Gender exists on a spectrum & the binary narrative which suggests that all trans women transition from male privilege erases a lot of experiences and isn’t intersectional. Gender is constituted differently based on the culture we live in. There’s no universal experience of gender, of womanhood. To suggest that is essentialist & again not intersectional. Many of our feminist foremothers cautioned against such essentialism & not having an intersectional approach to feminism. Class, race, sexuality, ability, immigration status, education all influence the ways in which we experience privilege so though I was assigned male at birth I would contend that I did not enjoy male privilege prior to my transition. Patriarchy and cissexism punished my femininity and gender nonconformity. The irony of my life is prior to transition I was called a girl and after I am often called a man. Gender policing & the fact that gender binaries can only exist through strict policing complicates the concept of gendered privilege & that’s OK cause it’s complicated. Intersectionality complicates both male and cis privilege. This is why it is paramount that we continue to lift up diverse trans stories. For too many years there’s been far too few trans stories in the media. For over 60 years since Christine Jorgensen stepped off the plane from Europe and became the first internationally known trans woman the narrative about trans folks in the media was one of macho guy becomes a woman. That’s certainly not my story or the stories of many trans folks I know. That narrative often works to reinforce binaries rather than explode them. That explosion is the gender revolution I imagine,one of true gender self determination.”
What was this garbage? This Cox character has lost his mind! All this talk of gender policing and gender binaries is total nonsense. He was assigned male at birth because he is a MAN. It’s just that simple. All these terms are just going to confuse the younger generation. They will see homosexuals,lesbians and transgenders as just normal behavior. This is why men like Cox,Janet Mock and Amiyah Scott are given books and television appearances.
This is another reason people are debating gender neutral restrooms. Why is this even a debate? A man in a dress should not be able to go into a women’s restroom. There are little girls in there. No one wants a man pretending to be a woman in a women’s restrooms. And I don’t think most men would want a transgender men in a men’s restroom. This shows you how sick European culture has become. It is going right down the toilet. And this is all by design. And this is a serious issue for black people because we live among them. It is destroying how we view sexuality and womanhood. As I said before I think it’s a way of redefining black womanhood. And to destroy the divine feminine principle. I hope black people are paying attention. We are truly living in Hell.
If we are talking about who gave birth to the FIRST human being (s), and we are assuming, She is, the very oldest skeletal remains there is and She is the FIRST, then “How That Black woman came to be?” is beyond anyone’s real knowledge. Those answers lie in myths, legends, world cosmologies and religious dogmas.
So let’s quickly look at a few Haitian/African myths, legends and cosmologies that may address “How That Black woman came to be?”
MYTHICALLY – If we look at Haitian cosmology:
1. Perhaps SHE came to be because “one plus one is three.”
2. Perhaps SHE was the original twin.
3. Perhaps “One and one is three” as She is unseparated, indivisible, mysterious, unnamed. As She is a mystical marriage of some of the sacred trinities – mind, body and soul…past, present and future; moon, sun and light; mother, father and child, et cetera, simultaneously.
No matter. Before it became a scientific fact, Vodouist believed everyone, in their world, as they knew it, were related directly – like parent to child – like Lè marasa, lè mò and lè mistè; like zanset yo e ti moun yo.”
Lè marasa, lè mò and lè mistè
There are various ways of looking at the Haitian concept of Lè marasa, lè mò and lè mistè:
The holy trinity of past, present and future;
Of life as a circle;
The moon and sun connecting to produce light;
The elements – earth, water, air, fire – coming together in twos, connecting, colliding to build and support a new creation;
Of everything, tree, animal, moon, stars, earth as containing Go(o)d’s enabling light;
Of life as energies all connected and vibrating, molding, remolding and unmolding on unseen planes;
Life as the serpentine movement of undulation, transforming multiplicity;
Reaching for fusion, syncretism – synthesis;
Culling “the Many” back to “the One;” and,
Reaching for Black.
How SHE came to be has never been the Vodouists’ issue. It was how THEY (Lè marasa -the male and female twin) came to be that I learned about.
But, one and one is three. So, perhaps one must mold all the folklore and myths together to get the whole picture? Perhaps, after we look at the
2) the metaphysical,
3) allegorical and spiritual/ritualistic we shall find a fuller picture in a way that simple compartmentalization cannot reveal?
But let’s compartmentalize for the moment and look at the historical/chronological aspects.
The African ancestors in Haiti brought the power of their spirits to the New World where it has been maintained and syncretized, for generations, in the rituals of Vodun. Thus, we know, the Vodouist foreparents in Haiti synthesized, molded all their Yoruba, Fon, various other West African, then Kongo and Angolan beliefs; reblended these pagan codes to fit their circumstances, wrapped it with a sprinkling of European and New World facade, and passed it on, to their descendants in Haiti today, as Vodun.
It’s plausible, I would say, though no one I know explains it quite this way, that: out of primordial darkness came the indivisible female TWIN. (Perhaps Ayida Wedo?) The TWIN had children becoming the first parent. The first parent died, eventually becoming the first Black goddess, Lwa (irreducible essence) – divinity/messenger /prophet/saint after time unremembered. In Vodun, this trinity is also represented by the cross symbol, which points to the cosmic crossroad/meeting place/kalfou/Poto Mitan of the trinity (Lè marasa, lè mò and lè mistè). This trinity cuts across dimensions, time and space. And more particularly, for our discussion, ALL peoples and all energies, everything is connected – through this trinity – all the races (ethnicities) on earth.
Except, we know the pagan Vodouists did not, in any way, create their cosmology to divide the world by gender, races or “chosen peoples” who are “superior” or “inferior” one group or gender to the other. Why would they? Africans peopled the earth alone, before dogmas of patriarchy and racism that I know about took hold.
So, as far as I can interpret, the ancient pagan Vodouists, in rituals, vèvès, dance and songs, talked of themselves and their connection to divinity only. We do know “manman mwen” is a natural prefix before many supplications to many of the lwa-yo for help, blessings and guidance. We also know, women were the first deities of all the ancient pagan peoples on planet earth. But, in Vodun, the origin of humanity is explained in terms of Lè marasa, Lè mò and Lè mistè. In my view and best interpretation of the information available, I would say, “Gran mèt la” – The Creator or Go(o)d Eye – has no gender in Haitian cosmology to the best of my knowledge and no race is given as to the lwa-yo or spirits or living saints. BUT, as the Haitian Lwa (s) are direct descendants of the Africans telling the story, one naturally knows the Lwa-s are Black also, and look like their descendants. BUT, as only women give birth, and the pagan Vodouist was not known to be illogical, one may conclude, “Gran Mèt La” or “Bondye” is capable, of giving birth, like a female.
But if patriarchy won’t allow this conclusion to stick, se bon, se bon – whatever rocks your boat. Danbala-Wedo or Ayida Wedo. It’s all good! The most amazing thing I find, is that female and male are just accepted in Vodun, equally. No sweat. Wholeness requires both female and male energy in ONE. Yin and yang, Danbala-Wedo/ Ayida Dan Wedo.
Witness the most famous traditional-Haitian-Rada song of creation and wisdom: “Danbala-Wedo se bon se bon. Ayida Wedo se bon se bon. Lè ma monte chwal mwen gen moun k ap kriyè …” Does it give any hints? Perhaps so.
The most salient point to understand, perhaps, is that there is no inherent or unnatural (good vs evil) division, worthy of comment, for the Vodouist. “Se bon, se bon.” It’s all good – no original sin. Therefore, no inherent dualistic dichotomy.
Humanity – we – all came from the same sacred indivisible Twin. Images and structures are not as important to the Vodouist. Not like they are to the Western and Eastern global race hierarchy pundits, who, over time, syncretized and reinterpreted some of these original pagan beliefs and devised their Judeo-Christian and Islamic theologies and cosmologies, on divisions, based on gender, nationalism and race, for control and hegemonic purposes. That’s my interpretation.
METAPHYSICALLY: On the metaphysical level, the Haitian elder also explains the origin of humanity as follows:
Out of primordial space, Anba Dlo, a sound came. This first disturbance of cosmic silence/primordial space, caused an echo. That echo and the original sound together caused a third separate entity to be born. Allegorically this Haitian cosmology/mystical concept is explained with the phrase: “One plus one equals three” – 1 e 1 fè twa. For, from that first echo and original sound “the child” arose. Out of that first primordial movement and its echo, in an unseen dimension, “the other” was born. Mirrored-images. That “other” had issues, another was born of those two and on and on and on, ad infinitum. The world was thus created. Thus, the idea every action has a consequence is illustrated by the Vodouist. “One plus one equals three” tells a thousand tales to the Vodouist. It also allows for the acceptance of contradictions, in a way traditional European minds do not accept.
SPIRITUAL LEVEL On a mythical/spiritual level, one could say, the Haitian elder explains how that first Black woman came to be, thus: Out of Anba Dlo, (Lan Ginen), that is, out of cosmic space, came the first movement, or “breath” of Bondye, (or “ashe” the reservoir of all potentiality of infinite intelligence). It was like a zigzag, like your breath. It was like a coiling and uncoiling image undulating, shedding layers, Her rainbow colors along the way. It was like the action of birth – release/contract. It was as if Go(o)d’s first inhalation had its twin, the exhale. To the elder Haitian, overtime, the principle/archetype/lwa/element/wisdom or ACTION and BEING called “Ayida Dan Wedo” (or simply “Danballa” when colonialism erased the female from creation) or “one and one makes three” represents wisdom and this action of creation/birthing, of two of the elements becoming, of unity out of multiplicity, of the dimensions – the seen and unseen energy fields in the universe, vibrating, moving, molding, unmolding. Not a linear but a serpentine path, like I explained, for instance, in many ways, in the performance piece Journeys of the Serpent & the Moon. Creation is the moon and sun connecting to produce light. The elements and the energies of – earth, water, air/wind, fire – coming together in twos, connecting, colliding, undulating, vibrating to build and support (one) creation, simultaneously on seen and unseen dimensions.
Understand well, in addition to all other compartmentalization mentioned herein, that authentic “Black” of African is both a culture/a philosophy and a certain DNA “race” makeup. Haiti is the first and only modern nation to make this pronouncement and clarification at its inception.
Yet, one of the questions presented is “What is the Nature of This Claim? To start with I know this to be a rhetorical question sent out for “Ann Pale” debate. But, I will answer, again, as if I have not already stated the answer.
A Black woman is the mother of all the races. It’s not only allegorical, metaphysical, historical, it is based on the latest, known SCIENTIFIC facts.
But reality, to the African philosopher, cannot be divided in compartments.
A Vodouist knew, through centuries of observing reality, and listening to the griot tales of the Divine Black mother – Black Madonna. Creation was union -sexual, carnal, spiritual, metaphysical – not a sterile, taking a rib from Adam thing.
“Sitting on Isis’ lap” was a phrase that illustrate the origin of the crown and royalty in ancient KEMET (Africa). Then, it was the Black woman who would choose the leaders in her society and family, by literally sitting him/her on her lap! What we know now as the Kings chair and crown could not be passed-on to an heir, by a male, only by the elder priestess/Manbo/woman. The embroidered crown (feather), scepter and royal red chair, in ancient Africa, were symbols of the Black woman’s divine decree. Evidencing that women were originally the primary religious figures, not the Pope, et cetera. Later on, patriarchic cultures, sprung up because of all-male migration throughout the world. These patriarchic cultures then took on these symbols of authority for their own, not knowing their original meaning….
Hence, it was Manbo Cecil Fatiman, mounted by the spirit of Ezili Dantò, who gave the scepter of leadership to Boukmann. His power came from source – a powerful, ancient, female source remembered. ( Bio of Ezili Dantò, 1791 and Divine Mother: Ezili/Aset/Isis and Photos-Ezili/Isis/Aset and Haiti Epistemology.)
But, let’s leave, folklore and storytelling alone for a moment. Those “scientists” who say they live ONLY by “scientific” and data compartmentalization have come to agree that “all humans alive today can claim as a common ancestor a woman who lived in Africa some 150,000 years ago — dubbed, inevitably, uhmm “Eve.” (See, the face of Eve) . Remember folks, the “Adam and Eve” names and naming of the “first” man and woman references only to HIS story of creation.
The Christian politicos, since before the Council of Nicaea in 325A.D., for instance, took the “color” out of the Divine Mother and ultimate healer, leaving her a pale version of the warrior mother. Their “Eve” is blamed for original sin and then their “Mary” becomes a powerless virgin, a “Goddess” to be used as vessel, a prop, trophy for her virtue and beauty without any ability to give birth to God, like to divine Jesus. For the Ayisyen-African comparative, think Ezili, Ezili Dantò – representing the earth, motherhood, the femine principle, love, and thus fundamentally the archetype or irreducible essence of the divine mother of all the races. She is, to Haitians, the love goddess, divine spirit of compassion, healing and warrior mother of the people of the Moon or the Sun people or simply, Pitit Ginen (Africa’s people) – instead of the iconic “Eve” from the mythical “Garden of Eden.” (Bio of Ezili Dantò, 1791)
We know neither the white European nor the Arab settlers in Africa where indigenous to the African continent. Thus, the notion of an African origin of the human family has grown to be accepted by most scientists, historians and scholars.
I’ve written, on this matter, in at least four posts, but probably in others. I wrote of this, not because I am a human being ordinarily categorized as a “Black woman,” but in context to certain points I wished to make that are essential primarily because of the racists burdens heaped on the issues of human beings categorized as, of “the Black race of Africa.”
I wrote to say Blacks once peopled the earth, therefore we claim more than Africa as our “place.”
I wrote to say that Blacks, not whites, are the parents of civilizations. Thus, we are no one’s children, don’t need patronizing. Au contraire.
Most importantly I point to the Black mother because of Haiti’s unique relationship with Her original creed. And, to help liberate Haitian and Black minds in general. To cut our mental chains and give us a means to stop our strange associating with our former captors, where, similar to hostages exhibiting long-term psychological problems called, the “Stockholm Syndrome”, we-Blacks also consistently exhibit these mental aberrations by identifying with whites, our former captors/colonial rulers, while actually FEARING those Blacks, amongst us, who seek to end our captivity.
I point to the Black mother of all the races to say we-Blacks don’t need to seek to win white favor, like sufferers of “Stockholm Syndrome” seek their captors approval, “in an almost childlike way.” I point to the Black mother of all the races so we mostly miseducated Blacks may know we are more directly from the line of the original parents, are part of a cosmic archetype, an unborn divinity, the irreducible essence of the original parents. So that, if we understand this, we may begin to address the mental aberrations of Category Two (the institutionally powerful Black collaborators (bafyòti) to the planet’s enslavement). For instance like neocons Condoleeza Rice, Colin Powell, Clarence Thomas, Ward Connelly, Armstrong Williams, et cetera and most of the African feudal lords working for Western corporatocracy, who, display strong attachment to their former captors/colonizer’s points of view, reference points, automatically defending their captors’ interest to their own Black peoples’ detriment. Those are the reasons I wrote, in many posts that a Black woman is the mother of all the races.
To conclude, I made my statements within the context of empowering Black Haitians, liberating Black minds and uplifting us with truth about our place and connectedness one to another, on this planet earth. There’s one human race, different cultures and ethnicities molded and differentiated by environment, values and psychological imperatives. If the white supremacist mindset or the profit-over-people oligarchs, don’t know the futility of biological fatalism, forced assimilation and hoarding earthly resources, it’s perhaps because all of us, from all the socially constructed races, have got work to be.
In all these posts, I believe I’ve given references where these fact may be further analyzed.
If, there are other, more reliable scientific and historical information, that civilization did not start in Africa; that human existence did not start in Africa; that the white race peopled the earth before the Black race; that a white European woman or an Asian or Native American woman gave birth to the Black race and all the races (ethnicities); that all the races cannot be traced back to Africa, and therefore back to BLACK. If Black doesn’t encompass all peoples and Black is not “diversity” personified. If there is credible information out there that the European white woman’s is the mother of civilization; that the first Madonna and therefore first human attempt ever, at the Goddess, was white, not Black, please I’d like to read it?
For, from reading the most informed sources and writing on this topic for years now, it is my understanding, that DNA research, by modern scientist, reveal the human race can be traced back genetically, through tracing a woman’s genetic make up back through her mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmothers and on to the woman’s line back to the beginning of known history.
And, that scientists have pretty much extrapolated that if this was done, with every human being on the planet, the original mother of any race line, as far as we have been able to go back, to date, is traced to a Black woman.
Article by Ezili Dantò
In ancient Africa the divine feminine principle was revered and respected. The African woman was always the standard of beauty and true representation of motherhood. It was that way since time immemorial. But here in America and abroad this belief is being destroyed. The mainstream media is very much Anti-African and anti-woman. These racist devils that control the media are doing their best to confuse the masses with this abnormal sexual behavior. Basically sexual perversion disguised as just another “lifestyle choice”. This is not the way of African people. All this talk of transgenders,lesbians and homosexuals is destroying the divine feminine principle. If a man can dress up like a woman..then what’s so unique about womanhood? What’s so special about being a woman if anyone can pretend to be one? The media is doing their best to create an asexual/androgynous society. If you’re a woman you should be very offended by what’s going on. Check out some of these videos and you’ll see what I mean.
This is the singing group AsiaSF. They have a reality show on Fuse TV. They are all men. Is this a representation of womanhood? I don’t think so. It’s obvious the mainstream meadia is doing everything to make the abnormal seem normal. They are trying to get the masses to accept this stuff by putting it on television dramas,sitcoms,films and reality shows. Black people should not be accepting this type of lifestyle. Transgender people are only 0.3 % of the population. So why are they so prevalent on television? This is issue is much bigger than just Bruce Jenner getting a sex change. That was just the beginning.
This is a great video by Bro Sanchez. He gives a great breakdown on how America is really a Greek/Roman society. The Greeks practiced homosexuality and lesbianism all the time. It was very normal in their culture. This is very different than African culture. This totally goes against the Divine Feminine Principle. Here’s a great post about the attack on the sacred feminine. It’s a very informative post on the Black Assassins blog.
And of course how could I forget Jazz Jennings. This is the transgender teenager. The little boy who always felt like a girl inside. Of course the media doesn’t want to leave out the children in their agenda. Jazz is being interviewed by homosexual gossip queen Perez Hilton. As you can see it’s all one big happy gay/transgender family. What has the world come to? We have he/she teenagers,gay tv hosts and homosexual athletes and rappers! This is what progress looks like in Amerikkka. We need to cleanse our minds and our souls. All this nonsense creates an imbalance in nature and the universe. There needs to be a balance between male and female energies to create the proper balance in the universe. The culture is changing because mainstream media is making it change. Culture is not self-propelled. There are people behind the scenes doing this on purpose to get rid of gender roles. This is a serious problem for people of African descent.
We need to get back to the natural way of things. We need to understand that both men and women have an important role in society. And our enemies want to destroy all of our ancient ways and traditions that have given our people strength and purpose. This abnormal sexuality they are forcing on us is not the righteous path for our people. We need to get back to the Holy Trinity of Black Man+Black Woman= Black Child. Anything other than that is not the righteous path and will send us to our condemnation.
The Virtuous Woman
We Affirm That:
1. A Virtuous Woman is not born, but she is made through daily, conscious thought and action.
2. A Virtuous Woman practices daily submission of the ego.
3. A Virtuous Woman prays for strength to do what is correct.
4. A Virtuous Woman is not of any particular faith, but she is a woman of faith in a Higher Source of power which gives her strength.
5. A Virtuous Woman honors the feminine and appreciates the masculine. She innerstands that harmony arises when both play their roles.
6. A Virtuous Woman is not perfect, but she strives towards the highest development of her person.
7. A Virtuous Woman is what I am.
She enjoys being a woman and her husband delights in her. She helps him to be a better man by being a better woman.
Earth is a title the righteous Black woman within the community calleed the Nation of Gods and Earths carries with pride. She is the Mother of Civilization and Queen of the Universe.
The planet Earth is the 3rd planet from the sun and 93 (9=Born, 3 = Understanding) million miles away from that energy source. Here, she is able to born understanding, or give birth to the best part of herself mentally and physically. She is secure in her position and it is through her perfect position that she sees her greatness and understands the divinity of her proper placement in the universe.
3/4ths of the Earth is covered with water. The refined Black woman covers herself approximately 3/4ths of the way, which will often if not always include her head being covered with a crown because she understands her culture and is free to be refined in it. By doing so, she keeps her best part which she considers to be her precious jewels preserved for those and only those who deserve it.
Those precious jewels are her mind and womb, which both have the ability to bring forth life. Her goal is to remain refined and respected. She is not striving to be looked at in a lustful way by men. She knows her worth and knows that being sexy or a “Diva” are not what she aspires to be. She is capable of being so much more. She walks with dignity and self-respect, has high self-esteem, and embraces her natural self.
She is the first teacher, and leads by example. Those who are around her see her wisdom through the example she sets. She also sets the standards by which her daughters want to aspire and her son’s would want their wives to be. She is a person that she herself would admire, respect, and keep close as a friend/sister.
The Earth has a Wise Dome and applies wise words, ways, and actions, respectfully. She is a P.O.E.T. This means tha she applies P.roper O.rder while E.xecuting the T.ruth using Supreme Mathematics as her guide. She is loyal, dedicated, and devoted to righteousness.
The Earth is humble, yet firm. Flexible, but not weak. Confident, but not cocky. She is a student and a teacher, thus will do the knowledge before ever manifesting a thought. She is constantly aspiring to gain wisdom.
The Earth is e-motion-al. Her Energy is ALways in Motion. She is in tune with these emotions, and brings clarity to them through peaceful evaluation of the situation at hand. The Earth remains centered and never allows her emotions to get out of hand by acting like a lunatic. She is always in control of her emotions (and if not, she is constantly working towards mastering them). Her emotions are a motivation to her. They prompt her to be motivated in doing what needs to be done.
There are 4 devils specifically she rebukes. They are Hate, Lust, Greed, and Jealousy
The Earth knows God. The 17th letter is Q (1 =Knowledge, 7 = God). She is a Queen. She stands by the side of God who is the Supreme Being. She is very careful when choosing a mate, her king, her God. She knows she is a valuable jewel and whoever should have her will be worthy.
The Earth has respect for her relationship with God. Her dealings with her God and their Universe are sacred. She honors him and what they have together. She knows the value and importance of the family structure; the man, woman, and child, never getting it twisted with monetary value. Therefore, she never has an “I dont need no man” mentality. She need him just as he needs her for life to go on.So as you can see, with all of her positive attributes and duties of greatness, the Earth definitely has a role and position not only within the Nation of Gods and Earths, but within all that exists. The Earth holds this title with her birthright, but she is righteous by choice. She is respected, protected, and loved.
Excerpts of this post were written by Asad Malik and Sci-Honor Devotion.