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Afrikan Spirituality 1 – Dr. Naim Akbar

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  1. @RealityofThings Glad to hear that you want to know the truth, and I truly respect you for wanting to hear history, not just ours but yours as well, for you are brother in humanity :)…Peace to you…Hotep

  2. Ashkenazi jews are not the chosen people of God infact it is a lie which is stolen from the beliefs of Horus. The chosen people are those that posses melatonin and that he can only be black because the oldest bones found in Ethiopia were 160,000 years old. Its is impossible to think that invaders of Egypt could be Egyptians the first invaders Hykos. They had power due to rising up and invading truth. Then came the Assyrians, Persians, Greeks, Arabs and now the Europeans which are not black.

  3. HMMM…interesting to hear from a white brutha…..this white brotha by the name of tim wise is very educated about the white dominated society and how whites are being used as well check him out…

  4. Amazing. But the best example of African Spirituality was exemplified most in Marcus Garvey, than Elijah Muhammad who got his black consciousness from membership in Garvey's UNIA. He's the only one who internationally mobilized 100 million African people for spiritual, political, and cultural liberation. The Islamic influence upon African Americans in the twentieth century starting with Noble Drew Ali (1908), came from renowned Christian nationalist, Edward Blyden who still respected it

  5. when he made a statement of how we think of God as white it reminded me of a vid i saw in a neuroscience class. there are experiments done to try and equate what we see or visualize into signals that can be seen on a monitor. to make a long story short, when an image of a black man was placed in front of a test subject the mental image if a white man came up on the screen. i found that so peculiar but no one else in the class seemed to notice. that stuck with me for a while. i wish i could find that video.

  6. It was the Israelites inslaved for four hundred years in EGYPT by the Phoroahs of Amen RA. WHO DIETIZED themselves and built all of Egypt on the backs of the Israelites (Jews descended of Shem, son of Noah, cousin to Nimrod of Ham (cursed p
    of GOD for lying with Father Noah in his drunkenness), who was father to the Canaanites (African Nation).

    400 years the Jews were slaves to Egypt, and 400 years THIER SLAVE MASTERS have been slaves here.
    read your bible, first two books, see the truth for your selves.

    Nimrod and Abraham

    The Two Rivals

    By Nissan Mindel
    Published and copyrighted by Kehot Publication Society

    Nimrod was one of the sons of Kush. Kush was the son of Ham, the lowest and least important of Noah's three sons. Nimrod came from a line which was cursed by Noah: "Cursed be Canaan, a slave of slaves shall he be unto his brothers."

    By birth, Nimrod had no right to be a king or ruler. But he was a mighty strong man, and sly and tricky, and a great hunter and trapper of men and animals. His followers grew in number, and soon Nimrod became the mighty king of Babylon, and his empire extended over other great cities.

    As was to be expected, Nimrod did not feel very secure on his throne. He feared that one day there would appear a descendant of Noah's heir and successor, Shem, and would claim the throne. He was determined to have no challenger. Some of Shem's descendants had already been forced to leave that land and build their own cities and empires. There was only one prominent member of the Semitic family left in his country. He was Terah, the son of Nahor. Terah was the eighth generation removed, in a direct line of descendants from Shem. But Nimrod had nothing to fear from Terah, his most loyal and trusted servant. Terah had long before betrayed his family, and had become a follower of Nimrod. All of his ancestors were still living, including Shem himself, but Terah left his ancestral home and became attached to Nimrod. Terah, who should have been the master and Nimrod his slave, became the slave of Nimrod. Like the other people in that country, Terah believed that Nimrod received his kingdom as a gift from the "gods," and was himself a "god." Terah was prepared to serve Nimrod with all his heart. Indeed, he proved himself a very loyal and useful servant. Nimrod entrusted into his hands the command of his armies and made Terah the highest minister in his land.

    Terah was short of nothing but a wife. So he found himself a wife, whose name was Amathlai. They looked forward to raising a large family, but they were not blessed with any children. The years flew by, and Terah still had no son. His father was only twenty-nine years old when he, Terah, was born. But Terah was getting closer to seventy than to thirty, and yet there was no son! He prayed to Nimrod and to his idols to bless him with a son, but his prayers were not answered. Little did he know that Nimrod felt happy about Terah's misfortune. For although Nimrod had nothing to fear from Terah, he could not be sure if Terah's sons would be as loyal to him as their father. Therefore, he was inwardly very pleased that his servant Terah had no children, and probably would never have any. But he could not be, sure, and Nimrod was not taking chances. He ordered his stargazers and astrologers to watch the sky for any sign of the appearance of a possible rival.

    One night the star-gazers noticed , a new star rising in the East. Every night it grew brighter. They informed Nimrod.

    Nimrod called together his magicians and astrologers. They all agreed that it meant that a new baby was to be born who might challenge Nimrod's power. It was decided that in order to prevent this, all new-born baby-boys would have to die, starting from the king's own palace, down to the humblest slave's hut.

    And who was to be put in charge of this important task? Why, Terah, of course, the king's most trusted servant.

    Terah sent out his men to round up all expectant mothers. The king's palace was turned into a gigantic maternity ward. A lucky mother gave birth to a girl, and then they were both sent home, laden with gifts. But if the baby happened to be a boy, he was put to death without mercy.

    One night, Nimrod's star-gazers watching that new star, saw it grow very bright and suddenly dart across the sky, first in one direction then in another, west, east, north and south, swallowing up all other stars in its path.

    Nimrod was with his star-gazers on the roof of his palace, and saw the strange display in the sky with his own eyes. "What is the meaning of this?" he demanded.

    "There can be only one explanation. A son was born tonight who would challenge the king's power, and the father is none other than Terah."

    "Terah?!" Nimrod roared. "My own trusted servant?"

    Nimrod had never given a thought to Terah as becoming a father at the age of seventy. However, if he did become a father, he would surely be glad to offer his first-born son to his king and god! Nimrod dispatched a messenger to Terah at once, ordering him to appear together with his newly born son.

    That night Terah and his wife Amathlai had indeed become the happy parents of a baby boy, who brought a great light and radiance into their home. Terah had hoped it would be a girl, and he would have no terrible decision to make. Now he could not think of giving up this lovely baby, born to him at his old age after such longing. He had managed to keep his wife's expectancy a secret. None of his servants knew about the birth of his son. There was a secret passage leading from his palace to a cave in the field. He took the baby to that cave and left it there. As he was returning to the palace, past the servants' quarters, he suddenly heard the cry of a baby. What good fortune! Terah cried. It so happened that one of his servants had given birth to a boy about the same time as his own son was born. Terah took the baby and put him in silk swaddling and handed him to his wife to nurse. Just then the king's messenger arrived.

    When Terah with the baby in his arms appeared before Nimrod, Terah declared: "I was just about to bring my son to you, when your messenger came."

    Nimrod thought it was mighty loyal of Terah to give up his only son, born to him in his old age. Little did he know that it was not Terah's son who was brought to die, but a servant's.

    For three years little Abraham remained in the cave, where he did not know day from night. Then he came out of the cave and saw the bright sun in the sky, and thought that it was G-d, who had created the heaven and the earth, and him, too. But in the evening the sun went down, and the moon rose in the sky, surrounded by myriads of stars. "This must be G-d," Abraham decided. But the moon, too, disappeared, and the sun reappeared, and Abraham decided that there must be a G-d Who rules over the sun and the moon and the stars, and the whole world.

    And so, from the age of three years and on, Abraham knew that there was only one G-d, and he was resolved to pray to Him and worship Him alone. A life full of many and great adventures began for Abraham.

    Nimrod (/ˈnɪm.rɒd/;[1] Hebrew: נִמְרוֹדֿ, Modern Nimrod, Tiberian Nimrōḏ Aramaic: ܢܡܪܘܕ Arabic: نمرود, Numrood), king of Sbhinar, was, according to the Book of Genesis and Books of Chronicles, the son of Cush, the great-grandson of Noah. The Bible states that he was "a mighty hunter before the Lord [and] …. began to be mighty in the earth".[2] Extra-biblical traditions associating him with the Tower of Babel led to his reputation as a king who was rebelvlious against God. Since Accad (Babylonian Akkad), was destroyed and lost with the destruction of its Empire in the period 2200–2154 BCE (long chronology), the stories mentioning Nimrod seem to recall the late Early Bronze Age. The association with Erech (Babylonian Uruk), a city that lost its prime importance around 2,000 BCE as a result of struggles between Isin, Larsa and Elam, also attests the early provenance of the stories of Nimrod.[3] Several Mesopotamian ruins were given Nimrod's name by 8th-century Arabs, including the ruins of the Assyrian city of Kalhu (the biblical Calah), built by Shalmaneser I (1274–1244 BC)[4] (see Nimrud). A number of attempts to connect him with historical figures have been made. Wikipedia.

    Noahs drunkenness was his own doing. But Hams choice to lay with his father naked, in that drunkeness ,was all on Ham. And Ham is known to be the father of the Afican nation. (Canaan) But God's mercy extends and breaks this curse for anyone in the population that excerpts and serves God. Like the Jews who refused and turned their backs on God and worshipped other gods, God disowned them as His chosen and extended it to the Gentiles or Infidels, as Islam calls them, that would except And worship Him.
    So can you see why the Jewish would use the Africans or blacks to mix them with the Whites (Gentiles) children of Noahs other son Japeth, so as to spread this curse amongst those they hate, and put the blame for all of what they instigated onto the Whites. We are all cousins and children of God. We need to fight back against this onslaught by those in charge of society, Media, Music, and stand for truth and righteousness.
    We have a choice.

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