BLACK AFRICANS MUST RESPECT THEIR TRADITION AND CULTURE

"A mystical priestess was interviewed in her village Akan in Baoule country (Ivory Coast) and asked" How could God let such horrors occur? "(The destruction of Africa and its people by the Arabs and the whites)
This priestess gave an answer as profound as insightful ..
She said, "I think God has been deeply saddened by all this, at least as much as we have, but for centuries we have been telling God to come out of our lives. Because, by practicing the religion of the Arabs and the whites, we fortify the egregore of their Ancestors and at the same time we weaken the egregore of the Black People.
How can we expect our Ancestors to give us their blessing and protection if we insist on praying to the White and Arab Ancestors? "
Regarding recurrent events, (African invasions, genocides, Arab-Islamic slave trade, European slave trade, colonization, wars of Islamization and Christianization, destruction of spirituality, culture, science, traditions and African technologies, looting of Africa, Falsification and Appropriation of the Prestigious History of Africans, Human Guinea Pigs, Organ Trafficking, Rape, etc ...)
Those who practice the Muslim or Christian religion have said that we should no longer
to practice our Spirituality Traditions and Culture in the name of negrophobic prophets.
Because according to these same Africans, to practice our Spirituality, our Traditions and Cultures, belong to witchcraft, Satanism ... according to them it is diabolical and demonic.
In African Spirituality, the respect of all that God, Omniscient Omnipresent Omnipotent, is its essence.
These Africans decree that an Arab or white expert should know what he is talking about on our behalf no matter what he tells us and we must say YES.
Now we wonder why our children do not have conscience, why they do not differentiate between right and wrong, why they can without emotion kill, have sexual practices deviant unnatural, consume alcohol, Drugs.
Probably by deep reflection, we will come to the conclusion that this has to do with the principle of "harvest what we sowed"!
It's funny how simple it is for us Africans to reject our ancestors and then ask why we are vulnerable, why we have become the laughingstock of other peoples, why all the other people make us what they are want, Our continent this Paradise that God has bequeathed to us has become a hell, so much so that we believe everything that the media and their "specialists" of Africa say and we continue to move away and abandon our Villages which are our Sanctuary.
We are questioning more than ever everything our Spirituality says.
It's funny to see that we can send biblical messages by Facebook or phone that spread like wildfire but when we send messages about God from our Ancestors, people do not even think about sharing them.
It is funny to see that shameless, crude, vulgar and obscene articles spread so easily and freely, but public discussions about our Spirituality are banished within our families, schools and businesses.
And I will not be surprised that you will not read this message in its entirety, and you will probably not send it to many people in your address book because you do not know what they believe in or what they will think of you.
It's really unfortunate to see that we care more about what people think of us
Share this message. Given the scale of the damage .... it is worth it.
If you throw it away, no one will know it except your conscience and God!
But if you throw this process of reflection, do not complain about the bad state of the world in which we live and the bad state of Africa! " - copied

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