Re: Refuting the Ham, Shem and Japhet myth
Posted By: Ras Rootka Zebulun In Response To: Refuting the Ham, Shem and Japhet myth (Ras Tyehimba)
Date: Saturday, 5 April 2003, at 11:21 a.m.
In Response To: Refuting the Ham, Shem and Japhet myth (Ras Tyehimba)
Like I said on that topic, that is what I read in the Metaphysical Bible Dictionary by Charles Fillmore. I am saying this, not everything is right in what he said, he still has a white mindset still. But me as a man dealing with metaphysics, still can see some connection. Some good & bad. I didn't expect you nor anyone else to agree, I just shared it dread. If you see it as a myth, then fine. That is your opinion & I have mines. But if you think because I see Ham, Shem, & Japhet that I am condoning what happened to our African ancestors as a good thing, hell nuh! Fiyah on dem Europeans who enslaved I n I Black people! In no way does Genesis mean that Black people were destined to be slaves, no that's racist. I never can agree with that!
Alot of these white supremists would use that do, to cover up their brutal acts towards I n I people, but mi nuh fall for dat! Ham, Shem, & Japhet is Jah Children. Ham being from Africa, Shem from Asia, & Japhet being from Europe. Mi nah bow to no European, ah Jah me ah bow too! Slavery days gone physically but not mentally. All me no is dat Black people got to get it together now and unite! The three Sons of Noah ain't got nothing to do with what happened to our African ancestors by the European hands! Anyone believe dat, dem ah racist! My purpose for writing that article, is that Ham, Shem, & Japhet can come together in Inity. Suh Love still.
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