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Friday, August 8, 2014

Africa | More Fundamental Than Bibles

This is in response to the article and comments at this link: Fundamentals | Always Applicable And Effective

Bibles Don't Harmonize

Bibles, of which there are many, are things humans create in their attempt to understand life and existence. Land, water and food are things the Creator creates. Nothing man creates can be more fundamental than what the Creator creates. Everything humans create will always be secondary and subpar to what the Creator creates unless humans create in accordance with the fundamental principle of harmony.

African Consciousness

Consciousness raising is also more fundamental because it moves us in the direction of our Creator. Despite all the countries that assume they have relevance, the African continent is more fundamental than them all. It is, in fact, still the richest in natural resources. It is, in fact, the place the Creator chose to bring humans and humanity into the world. Africa contains the foundations for all cultures and all civilizations before these offshoots went astray. Africa contains the foundation of the ancestry of every human that has ever existed.

A Little More About Bibles

Cultures, civilizations and humans were in existence for tens of thousands of years before any bible existed. Many of the ideas in today's bibles come from African thought. Some of these ideas are written in stone on the walls in Kemet and other places in the Nile Valley and throughout the Motherland. If there is such a thing as “almost heaven,” it was, is and will be in Africa. This is true because all things were once in order and will be restored to natural order. Order must exist somewhere, otherwise disorder would have consumed the world and itself a few thousand years ago. This order exists wherever creation is adhering to the fundamentals.

Back To Consciousness

Bibles and other tools/weapons have been used to block the fundamental consciousness that everyone is an African – from the blackest to the whitest and to every variation in between. Our greatest grandparents are African no mater who we are. Those parents were short of stature but tall of character. See, Spiritual Forgetfulness, Alkebu-lan (Afrikan) Amnesia and Crazy...

Through raising awareness, thus consciousness, we come to know ourselves. As we grow to know ourselves we grow to understand our parents, their parents and so on. This understanding keeps expanding and helps us understand the natural world and the parents of us all – The Creator. Knowledge of self is the saving grace available to us all.

When we heed the advice of our ancestors who told us often to know yourself, we are doing what is fundamentally important to this life and existence. Back in the day this was so fundamental, they wrote “know yourself” over the doors of temples. More fundamental than going to church is to go in search, of knowledge of self.

Having The Proper Identification At All Times

As a result of knowing ourselves we grow into our proper identity. Identity is also more fundamental than bibles. Most, if not all, individual and collective problems and crises, stem from identity crisis. This is true since without proper identification we lack full awareness of what harmony really is and what it takes to achieve it. In other words, until we know who we are, we cannot know who to get with or what to get with to form harmonious relationships within ourselves and outside ourselves. Until we know who we are, we cannot know what works for us or against us except through unnecessary trial and error. If we had the proper identification, we could properly identify all other things. We must get valid identification and carry it at all times or else remain self-arrested.

As has been said, the absence of harmony is a fundamental flaw. Without a substantial grasp of the fundamental of harmony, fundamentals in many areas, having nothing sustainable to inform choices which support them, must fall apart.


  1. My bible was written by holy men of God spoken from God moved by the Holy Spirit.
    Your bible is African man made. You have the right to believe the way you want to believe. I don't want to argue over the bible. The reason it is so important to me is that it's actually a matter of life and death.
    But it sounds like you have your mind made up and that saddens me. So with that being said, it's time for me to throw in the towel. I give up. The Lord knows I tried to reach you. All I can do now is pray.

    1. Second of all, I don't have a "bible" as explained above. Life and death knowledge comes from the natural world the Creator established inside us and outside us. This is more fundamental because it removes the middle man, thus confusion, thus illusion.

      First of all, your bible is African made.

      Augustine's family, continuing the practice of the Manichean religion, carried it into Rome later in the Christian Era. When he left his education in Carthage [modern day Tunisia in northern Africa], it is that same teaching from the Manicheans that Augustine carried into Rome. Augustine wrote the fundamental principle that was to govern modern Christianity in its morality, when he presented them with a book called “On Christian Doctrine.” He had previously written the “Holy City of God.” To see if he was an indigenous African, read his Confessions”
      From The Nile Valley Civilization and The Spread Of African Culture by Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan

      The Bible is terribly plagiarized from African texts. St. Augustine said what we call the christian religion existed among the ancients from the very beginning of the human race.
      From The Truth About Black People And Their Place In World History by Dr. Leroy Vaughan

      See also, “African Origins of the Major Western Religions” by Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan

    2. Who is the creator that you speak about? Does he have a name? My God is the I Am, Alpha to Omega, beginning and the end. Father of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. I could go on and on. Jesus is my Savior not my religion.

  2. I know you don't like my comment so you can delete it. No hard feelings. It's okay, I'm used to it. :)

    1. On websites where the purpose is to promote conversation, here are some main reasons why comments are deleted:
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    2. What can I say? Sometimes I stay silent and sometimes I don't. lol

  3. Love is more fundamental. I agree with Ziggy Marley who sings, Love is my religion. All we need is love."

    1. Good song, catchy beat, now I'm going to Sunday School with it stuck in my head. :)

  4. Fourth reason comments are deleted.

    Comments continue to draw only upon human sources of information which have no factual, verifiable basis. Not even from human experience. The truth of these sources lies solely in the belief of the person who relies upon the information. This approach to thinking and understanding does not foster conversation, learning or personal growth.


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