.(Part 2 of 3) Ancestor, Cheikh Anta Diop said, "No ideology is foreign to Africa." If an ideology exists, We Africans, The Primitive Ones, are the genesis and impetus, the seed of that ideology. It came out of us in some shape, form, fashion and size. Out of Africa came the seeds that strengthen and the seeds that weaken. Not always the leaves and fruit, but always the seeds. These ideologies have simply been added to and varied by later generations. In other words, out of us as African Parents, our children then set up households in other lands and became other groups and have taken what we started and made it worse, made it better or left it unchanged, which is the least likely scenario. Primitives are always at the foundation of going up for humanity and at the roof of going down for humanity.
Primitives are the first step in the process, the first steps of problem and the first steps of solution.
At any given point in time there are always simultaneous forces of strong and weak spirit dictating what takes place. One eventually prevails more than the other for a period of time.
Spirit must move first before the physical can move. Spirit must transform itself before it can transform the physical. Primitives must transform themselves before they can change something else. Africans must transform back into our primitiveness in order to transform humanity back into the primitiveness that brought forth so much for so long, but now has gone so wrong.
The weak energy caught up with us and has dominated and now it is being dealt with. Soon, relatively speaking, it will be abated.
Spirit is the primitive to physical matter.
Africans are the primitives to other groups of humans.
The Creator is the Primitive of Primitives.
Africans are the prime dispenser and collector of wave vibrations to and from the Above and Below – because we are the primitive connection to this dimension.
This is why we are the bearers of the birthright, the beginning of all that is human and the end of all that is human. This is why all groups suckle from the African Source and why the accumulation of all groups returns to Africa also. This is why as bearers of elder child responsibility, currently the rest of the family is sending back destructive energy and why the most melanated in all societies are hated. This started in Africa when Egyptians began to discriminate against their darker Ancestors from the South. The Egyptians were black but their Ancestors were blacker because they were from the Source. These are the Nubians, the Nahisi, The Aethiopians, The Negroes, The Puntites. Egyptians were all these things but had just varied enough to look a little different.
In Africa is where abuse of power began.
In Africa is where females were first moved from the front to the back. This took on various forms. As this ideology left Africa, it got worse and worse.
In Africa is where sexual deviation began in some kind of way.
In Africa is where family fighting began between individuals that turned into groups that turned into wide-ranging ongoing wars.
In Africa is where the enslavement of others began.
Africans used a so-called "milder" version of enslavement where the people were not dehumanized or stripped of their culture. The slaves were treated as humans and were set free at some point and their children were not slaves. When the ideology left Africa, it got worse and worse.
Thus everyone contributes to the progress or regress of humans.
These contributions, once free will is decided, are spirit guided.
We, the African Parents of the Human Family have set strong and weak examples.
No one is praiseless or blameless.
The primitive identity by birthright we share is the primitive responsibility by birthright we share.
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