black male genitalia and symbolism of christ *LINK*
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Re: ohmmmmmmm.....no cruxi-FICTION (one of the twelve)
Date: Wednesday, 23 March 2005, at 5:48 p.m.
In Response To: Re: ohmmmmmmm.....no cruxi-FICTION (one of the twelve)
peace and hotep,
The basis discussion of white genetic survival (through the possession and control of the black male’s genital apparatus) is carried forth unconsciously in the precepts and practices of the global white supremacy system’s primary religion ----Christianity. These fundamental concepts are manifested in Christianity’s central pattern of symbol. In fact, it is in religious activity that the highest level of symbolic discussion emerges.
Whereas the testicles are those aspects of the male anatomy that contain the dominant genetic material, the penis is the aspect that transports the genetic material, which initiates the production of life and skin color. If on were to make a simple schematic diagram of the genital organs of the male anatomy, ……(imagine a capitalized “ T” with 1 small circle, top left and one small circle, top right)……. the that highly abstracted line drawing of the male genitalia, is a “cross”.
I submit that the cross, as an important and provocative symbol in the white supremacy system/culture, is none other than a brain-computer distillate of the white collective’s fear-induced obsession wit the genitals of al non-white men(of black man in particular), who have the potential to genetically annihilate the white race. Furthermore, the cross represents the black male’s genitals removed from the black male’s body – meaning castrated genitals. Thus, the cross is a critical symbol in the thought processes of the white supremacy system, beginning its evolution almost 2000 years ago during early white aggression against blacks in Africa and Asia. This particular interpretation of the cross never has been given before.
Support for this interpretation may be found in the examination of the sword as a secondary critical symbol in the white supremacy culture. Here I am referring to the so-called ‘western’ sword with its straight blade, in contrast to the ‘oriental’ sword, which has a curved blade. J. E. Cirlot’s A Dictionary of Symbols, relating to the symbolism of the sword, states, “here one must recall the general meaning of weapons, which is the antithesis of the monster.” In the same discussion, he notes, “there can be no doubt that there is a sociological factor in sword-symbolism, since the sword is an instrument proper to the knight, who is the defender of the forces of light against the forces of darkness.” In the white supremacy system/culture, the “monster” is always the black male (e.g., King Kong) and, more specifically, his white-genetic-annihilating genitals. As the white male (the knight) moves to control the monster (black male genitalia), indeed he does become “the defender of the forces of light against the forces of darkness.” The western sword is shaped exactly as “the cross”, the brain-computer distillate the male genitalia.
In an article entitled “Values, Myths and Symbols”, which appeared in the July 1973 issue of the American Journal of Psychiatry, Rollo May had the following had the following to say about the cross: “For example, the Christian cross draws together the horizontal and vertical dimensions of life and unites them perpendicularly to each other, embracing their conflict.” However, this is a superficial description of a cross, and it is totally in adequate as an in-depth interpretation of this major symbol in the white supremacy system/culture. The white collective seems unable to decode their own symbolism completely. Their own translations of their major symbols, and their analyses of their unconscious, remain superficial, incoherent and unconvincing. There fore, the white collective remains unaware of itself and unpredictable to itself and to others who lack deep understanding.
If my interpretation of the cross symbol is correct (that in the white male psyche it represents the black male genitalia in the context of the global white supremacy system), then it is possible to understand the portrayal of the white female in the popular book and film, The Exorcist. Here, the female used the cross to masturbate herself when she was possessed by the devil (i.e., the black monster). This symbolic portrayal emerged during a time period in which increasing numbers of white females began sexually aggressing against socially powerless black males to gain possession of the black phallus.
The use of the cross as a symbolic object in white female masturbation, also occurred when large numbers of white females actively were fantasizing about being raped by black males and were establishing organizations and societies to prevent it. This was a reaction formation to their own unconscious desires. The white female’s preoccupation with writing books on being raped also occurred during this time period. In the white supremacy culture, the historic symbol of the rapist of white females is the black male. The white female, until recently, has been held back in her sexual desires of the black male by white male constraint. Since “white-female-liberation” has been granted to white women in small measure, the white female finds herself unable to hold her own desires and aggressions in check. Still she is unable to admit these desires and aggressions consciously. (It is common knowledge that the ideal male for the white female is “tall, dark and handsome.” ) interestingly, following The Exorcist, the movie King Kong became a major focus of attention in 1976. The entire movie suggests an impending sexual attack on the white female by the giant black ape (the symbol of the black male). Finally, the black ape is shot dead by white males. The gun is also a phallic symbol in the white supremacy culture (see chapter 8.)
At yet another level of the white supremacy cultural dynamic, white females (Jane Goodall, Diane Fossey and Birute Galdikas Brindamour) in the role of “scientists” are tracking (chasing) down large black apes in the African and Asian jungles (e.g. Tanzania). Some of these white females actually have attempted to get very, very close to these great black apes so that they can touch the apes and, perhaps unconsciously, so that the great black apes can touch them!
It is of further interest that the above mentioned films, The Exorcist and King Kong, simultaneously emerged in an atmosphere where increasing attention had been given to Christian symbolism and religion, and during the period when the man who was elected to occupy the “White House” referred to himself as a “born again Christian” – making frequent references to Christian symbols and scriptures. Thus, the culture simultaneously focused on the threat (black male genitals) and the need to control the threat via castration of the black genitals (the cross symbol).
This discussion of the cross as a symbol of the black male genitalia, in the context of the white supremacy system/culture, would not be complete without noting that some of the most outspoken and aggressive white male and female members of the white supremacy system refer to themselves as the Ku Klux Klan. Since the termination of formal enslavement of blacks, the Klan openly has espoused white genetic purity and survival via the castration, lynching and killing of black men. The historic symbol for this group in the white supremacy culture is “the cross” and, more specifically, the burning cross. After black men were lynched and castrated, they often were burned, thereby, reinforcing the interpretation that the cross symbolically is tied to the black male’s genitals. When the black male genitalia with the dominant black genes are burned, cut off or otherwise destroyed, white genetic survival is assured.
Constantine I (“The Great”), the Roman emperor who ruled 306-337 A.D., built Constantinople and made Christian worship lawful in the beginnings of the white supremacy system, had the following words placed on the cross, “In Hoc Signo, Vinces” (meaning, “In this sign you will conquer). Indeed, by controlling the black (non-white) male genitals, which the cross symbolizes, whites have conquered blacks and entire non-white world majority. Currently, the majority membership of Christian churches is non-white, and all are held in control under the sign of the cross. The authority is maintained by whites, under white, supremacy, white purity and white survival.
More recently, the fury of the white supremacy dynamic was expressed in the form of Nazism. The dominant symbol used by this group in the white supremacy system was and is the black swastika. The central element of the swastika is the cross. A spinning or whirling cross (the cross in motion) gives the visual illusion of the swastika. (See Diagram IV.) Hitler’s and the Nazi movement’s central theme was white racial genetic purity and the elimination of all persons classified as non-whites (i.e., Semites and gypsies), who were viewed as having black genetic heritage from Africa and who were considered genetically dominant to the Aryans (whites).
The symbol of the swastika, the cross in motion, spurred the whites on to destroy those who were classified as genetically dominant non-whites.
To the extent that it can be accepted that a man named Jesus lived in Africa some 2000 years ago and that he was a member of the indigenous peoples, that man was undoubtedly a black man, a man with skin pigmentation—not a white man lacking in skin pigmentation. Albinism, like leprosy, cause the skin to turn white and was considered a serious disease in ancient Africa. The victims of albinism and leprosy were cast out from the skin-pigmented peoples. Jesus never was discussed as having such a disease state. (Recall that pigmented skin is the norm for the hue-man race, not albinism
In contrast to this black man and the black peoples of Africa, the peoples on the northern side of the Mediterranean Sea, some of whom referred to themselves as Romans, were then aggressing against and establishing conquests in Africa. They were men without skin pigmentation (white men).
The most likely essence of the story of Jesus, who only later was referred to as “Christ”, was that he was a poor black man, a carpenter, a member of the non-white oppressed population, whose ideas as expressed in the Beatitudes threatened the power, control and authority of the conquering Romans. If Jesus and the other blacks got out of control, the Romans (the whites) could be annihilated genetically. Of course, then as now, under white supremacy domination, Jesus (the non-white) was turned over to the white oppressors who then used some of his fellow-victimized (self-hating non-whites who wished to ingratiate themselves to the white oppressors) to kill him. Jesus, this black man was then hung on a cross, a peculiar invention of the Roman (white) psyche. In other words, the white brain-computer that feared annihilation by the black male genitals unconsciously invented an instrument or weapon of black male’s anatomy that whites knew could destroy them. Jesus was not only hung on the cross and stabbed, but undoubtedly, was also castrated.
In Christian religious tradition, it is stated that Jesus died on the cross and suffered so that “we” (whites) can be “saved” (survive). White (Christian) theology goes even further to speak of Jesus “shedding his blood” so that we (whites) can “live” and have “everlasting life”. Only in recent years has genetic material ceased being referred to as “blood”. Always there has been (and in some circles it continues) discussion about individuals having “black blood” or “white blood” when what was really meant was black or white genetic material or genes, respectively.
Thus, Christian (white supremacy) theology can be translated:
Jesus (a black man) shed his black genetic material in a crucifixion, which in reality was a castration and a killing, so that the white genetic recessive population, in fear of its genetic annihilation, could be saved (genetically survive). Thus, Jesus is called “savior” by the whites. Is it little wonder that the holy day celebrated for the death of Jesus is referred to as “Good Friday”? And a television series that represented a socially and politically castrated black male similarly was referred to as “Good Times”? The historically “good nigger” has been the “dead nigger”.----dr. frances cress welsing
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