Nah.I dont really mean that people cant or could'nt grasp those truths,I meant just perhaps,not straight away.
I'm more talking about the original texts in their original writen language.For the cultures they were writen in maybe they gave opportunities for some to get words that had been spoken by wise ones,-writen down.
The white colonialism was the way that these texts were forced on the indigenous original peoples.That was just brain wash and worse.
The indigenous peoples did'nt need them because they KNEW without written text.That does not mean that information was'nt passed down orally though,does it.There have also been various story tellers in history of oral traditions that have been co-erced to corrupt their stories to spread mis-information and create certain ignorances amongst people.
If you are saying that certain groups imposed their 'holy writs' on others beleiving that it would 'save them',then ....Yes this is true,this happened.
Did those other indigenous groups who were judged as 'inferiors' by colonisers(who in truth were spritual babies in comparisson to the original indigenous ones)think their text would enlighten/mentally enslave people- yeah,absolutely.
Does this mean that the ones who may have written certain parts of these texts werent of the same conscious heights and been some of these indigenous ones?
I will try answer all your questions as I have time.
I know I'm putting a question to your question and I dont expect you to answer it,but,what natural truths or spiritual truths do you not grasp yet?Just a different angle maybe.
Haile King Selassie Empress Menen
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