White 'Light' and GOD.
Posted By: Seek Inghimself In Response To: Skin tone more important for African Americans *LINK* (Ras Tyehimba)
Date: Saturday, 19 August 2006, at 9:41 p.m.
In Response To: Skin tone more important for African Americans *LINK* (Ras Tyehimba)
Interesting thought I want to share.
The origin of the word ‘Nature’ comes from the Egyptian word ‘Net-Jer’ which means GOD. Now sighting that, Notice how the enemy uses ‘white’ images to portray Yeshua, (white Jesus in churches, movies, bible covers/books) and ‘white’ images of the HAND of GOD (poems/psalms)
Is it safe to say that a conscious (or unconscious) goal of the enemy is to convince the world that HE is GOD!!?? If not that, then he must liken himself unto God Explicitly, excluding other people. Because no one has seen God, and both Geography and History PROOVE thatYeshua was anything but white, then how does the enemy know that GOD is (1) male, and (2) white?
Another sighting. Isn’t it the goal of humans to gain a closer relationship to GOD? To gain an overstanding or knowing of GOD? That said, can this whole lie of ‘supremacy’ and black compliance to adhering to ‘light skin’ preferences, and mutilating themselves (lightening their skin/frying their hair/using light makeup –cough- Beyonce -cough-) be another symptom of blacks wanting to be like whites? I.e. Like GOD????
Crazy isn’t it? But really look at it, the reasons for lightning the skin varies (educational/seeking a spouse/offspring/occupational/sexual) but all that is really a crisis of self brought on by a specific look of superiority. The ‘light’ look.
And since whites reiterate all around us (media/TV) that whites are dominant, then wanting to be lighter and mutilating ourselves, straying from black consciousness could all (and this is just me sighting this) be sick, sick yearning look like God.
Just my thoughts man,
What do you guys think?
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