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« Reply #15 on: January 05, 2004, 05:49:26 PM »

Bantu Kelani, If we are really seeking knowledge, If we can pull our head out from the sand and stop sitting out on a log waithing for nature to bring us wisdom, If we can stop all of this nature worship then and only then we can see clearly and say yes there is a God who created the world and instead of worshiping the creature more than the creator we will be better off as human beings in this life and the next.
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« Reply #16 on: January 05, 2004, 09:54:43 PM »

It is through divine essence that all came into creation. The early peoples knew who they were in relation to God. They're heads were not buried in some book of laws (or sand) but was integrated through every living thing. Nature reflected and revealed divine order through its microcosm of universal laws/principles as was given here on earth. By aligning themselves and living in accordance with nature, they needed to look no further than their own sacred selves to see their own divinty as the creature and the created were one in the same thing...

The gods were "symbols" of the divine nature that attested to spiritual aspects within the higher self.
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« Reply #17 on: January 06, 2004, 01:46:18 AM »

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Bantu Kelani, If we are really seeking knowledge, If we can pull our head out from the sand and stop sitting out on a log waithing for nature to bring us wisdom, If we can stop all of this nature worship then and only then we can see clearly and say yes there is a God who created the world and instead of worshiping the creature more than the creator we will be better off as human beings in this life and the next.

The Creator Source is the first matter or Nature in the essence of the four elements (life, light, heat and force) which quintessence generated all things. Therefore in adoring Nature we do not lose sight of the occult sense of the genuine, immortal flame of the Creator - ethereal the Source of life. Cunning and unscrupulous priests address LIES, while Nature address practical knowledge. Attempting to transcend the comprehension of the INCONCEIVABLE Divinity of the Universal Spirit is arrogant and futile.  Africans before the BCE period knew this fundamental Truth. They were more in tuned to the Creator Source or Nature and were much more spiritual. The day they forgot and forsook this way of life is the day they became an absolute curse!! The spiritual awakening of respect and acknowledgement for our ancestors' beliefs will set our people on the right track to self-determination!!

If you are of European descent I'm not worried about what you think or believe. The kind of influence you propagate is to exploit Africans by enforcing your pro-Christian agenda on them. You disregard our needs to achieve the veneration of our ancestors and sacred traditions. To think you are worried about our souls is evidently ridiculous.

Bantu Kelani.
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« Reply #18 on: February 01, 2004, 01:56:31 PM »

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FYAHMAN, it will be nice if you can write in plain English than to go backwards in writing broken english.


Your blatant, flagrant ignorance has forced me out of my lurker status.
Jamaican patois is not "broken english" like you say, but a distinct creole language, spoken and in writing... if you were educated you would recognize FYAHMAN's dialect as word sound power.

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« Reply #19 on: February 01, 2004, 04:25:55 PM »

Amen.

I can fully understand the brothers & sisters here that talk in their colloquial form and it's nice & natural because you hear their voice in a sense.

That's a pretty poor insult to tell them it is not valid language.  It's not language you write school papers & articles in, but it's certainly fine for the purposes of this board : DISCUSSION.  Grin
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