Forget Not Deep Spiritual ResilienceLet us not forget, “A major thing we lost was our religion and method of worship. These two things contribute to knowledge of self and the awareness that you are part of the totality of the culture of the world” per Master Teacher & Ancestor John Henrik Clarke. Let us also not forget our enemies are actively and aggressively attempting to take away our strong points, as any responsible enemy should. One of the main ways of weakening us is by scaring Africans away from their true spiritual practices and other traditions – which are our strong points – not just from some feel good perspective but from a factual, practical perspective that applies to daily and long-term surviving, reviving, revising and thriving. World history overflows with evidence. In a spiritual universe and world where spirit endureth until the end of all material/physical things and then endureth beyond, African spiritual practices are the undeniable source of our power to overcome all things by the power in all things. Master Teacher Barashango explains how even the Kemetians (the youngest children of our great Nile Valley Civilization Ancestors) continued to rebuild their cities bigger and better each time Kemet was invaded, plundered and torn down. The invaders finally correctly identified the spiritual practices in Kemet as the secret to the people's ability to continue to rebuild. Even today, we still have all this knowledge and experience within us in our genetic database. We also have the experiences of our struggles and accomplishments since Kemet's heyday. We have many teachings to guide us, including an optimal worldview. For these reasons and more, we are fully prepared for battle and the tasks at hand once we recognize the battle for what it really is and the tools we have at our disposal to use. This is why all things African are under attack today. Once our consciousness clears up, it's all over but the shouting!Do not allow our enemies to get you to surrender your spiritual power by surrendering your spiritual practices. It is by practicing ancient African cultural philosophies combined with a deeper spiritual resilience, we shall evolve further until the cycle is complete and the last becomes first and the order of Maat is restored making us once more aware of sameness of circle, triangle and square..
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