There is this lie that alien religions worship only one God. This is not true. What the Christian and Islamic religions did was pick Yahweh from the ten Jewish intermediary gods and substitute the remaining nine: Hokhmah, Binah, Hesed, Gevurah, Tifereth, Netsah, Hod, Yesod and Malkuth with Jesus, Muhammad, Saints, Anubis, Angels etc. Yahweh is only one of the ten Jewish attributes of En-Sof. Yahweh is a tribal deity and claims to hate Africans (i.e. Amorites, Philistines, Canaanites, Jebusites, Hittites.) He threatened to wipe us all off the face of the earth for his children, the Israelites. So, when someone tells you 'God bless you,' be weary and ask which god, which deity? It is important for all religious people, particularly African Christians and Muslims, to understand this. Yahweh is a Jewish tribal god and not the ultimate source of spirituality, which is Tu-SoS or the Jewish En-Sof.
Tu-SoS or En-Sof is not worshipped anywhere in the world. Modern Africans, like their ancestors, do not worship Tu-SoS, which they variously call Olodumare, Osanobua, Chukwu. The Jews too do not worship En-Sof. The Jews like the Africans, worship the intermediary Gods. African ancestors created all the initial intermediary Gods and Deities known to man. African intermediary Gods include Olokun, the Goddess of beauty, arts, culture, poetry, love, marriage, femininity and fertility. Orunmila, the God of wisdom, scholarship and learning. Obatala, the God of creativity, Sango, the God of lightening, masculinity, fearlessness and hard work, Ogun, the God of Iron, technology etc.
The secondary intermediary gods or deities, including the Jewish ones, are mere tribal adaptations of the original African intermediary Gods and include Thoth, Apollo, Bacchus, Venus, Jupiter, Hercules, Thor, Asteroth, Adonis, Apis, Mars, Anubis, Yahweh, Minerva, Diana, Nephthy, Ishtar, Brahman, and all the other adapted ethnic gods and goddesses with a variety of names around the world today. They are not as spiritually potent as the original African spiritual energies from which they were cultured.
If you go to any of the original, undiluted, African spiritual energies, such as Sango, to make a request, the Deity or Sango, would give you conditions to fulfil there and then. You would not have to go home and come back for Sango's response, and if you meet the conditions set, Sango would oblige you with your request. It is as simple as that and it could happen within minutes of your request.
If, on the other hand, you go to the diluted or adapted spiritual energies like the Christian and Islamic Yahweh, to table a request, you don't get an answer right away. In fact, you could be talking to a brick wall. You keep praying, begging and fasting, hoping that someone is listening. A good example of this is the Irish priest who assembled a dozen barren, middle-aged, married women and passed six of them on to Baba-maven to use his witchcraft to alter their faith while he prayed for the other six. The priest decided the choice of candidates and allocated them. After six weeks of the experiment, five of Baba's six candidates were pregnant for their husbands while the six the priest prayed and fasted intensely and fervently for, remained barren.
If by any chance something favourable eventually happens, perhaps months or even years after you first made your request to Yahweh or the other secondary gods, you give the credit (or glory as it is often claimed) to Yahweh. But when a tsunami happens in your life, you blame your sinful self and not Yahweh for it. Your relationship with Yahweh is based purely on chance, and that is not how spirituality works. Spirituality can be asked and even commanded to make things happen although often at a price.
Apart from being undiluted, African spirituality is more powerful than the rest because it relies totally on natural elements relevant and pleasing to the Gods. Artificial substitutes such as bread, wine, crosses, do not work because they are not natural elements. The Pope, who claims to represent Christ on earth, would like to be able to perform miracles (which many African priests take for granted) if he knew how.
The Mother-in-Israel, Pastor Folu Adeboye, wife of the founder and Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, in admitting the supremacy of African spirituality, was quoted in the Guardian newspaper, Nigeria, of July 26, 2009, as follows: “As powerful as African Juju priests are, none of them possess the power to keep the night and stop the morning from coming.” But African spirituality is not in competition with the 'Source' of universal spirituality; it is the only access to the 'Source,' or 'God.' Paganism can becloud the early morning sun to make the night drag longer but cannot stop 'time.' God' cannot stop time either.
How to engage the Gods.
Praying in the name of any God is not enough. If humans, who do not live in the same house or the same street or the same town or country, want to talk to each other, they do not begin to pray or shout or use loudspeakers in their rooms or churches or mosques and expect the other to hear them miles away; they use the telephone. Does it even make sense or show respect that you should be shouting in the name or presence of your God or Gods, unless they are deaf? That could be a reason they are not responding.
Witchcraft is the telephone link with the Gods and the spirit world. The only link, and it is the highest level of science for man. How to effectively use it to engage the Gods is one of the greatest secrets of the ages. The secret is kept from most of mankind because such power could be misused in the wrong hands.
To enter the computer Internet, for instance, we first switch on the electricity mains, then the computer, then the communication gadget to engage some special engines (or facilitators) such as Yahoo, Hotmail, Excel, Google and so on. These engines are the energy links to the Gods or deities such as Maat, Sango, Olokun, Yahweh etc. Surfing on the computer Internet to check out websites and send e-mails, is the equivalence of praying, meditating, asking, begging, wishing and crying. The practical activities of getting on, sending and receiving messages on the Internet, equate with witchcraft. Witchcraft is the Spiritual Internet link and information and action processing catalyst of human interaction with the Gods.
To engage a God to respond to you, you must do a number of things pleasing to the God. These are secrets kept from most of mankind because such power could be misused in the wrong hands. Praying in the name of any God is not enough. You must first knock and receive the response to enter the realm of the God before making your requests in form of prayers or crying, (these are all witchcraft.)
All organized religions deceive followers that witchcraft is all evil but the elite of these religions are soaked in the practice. It is impossible to engage the Gods without some formalities that involve abstinence, meditation, fasting and ritual sacrifices. Sacrifices are paramount and sometimes include blood of some sort and so on. Christ was supposed to have sacrificed his blood for mankind so his devotees make a meal of his flesh and blood with bread and wine in communion.
The Holy Communion is criminal witchcraft cannibalism but the Church fathers want us to think otherwise. All these are the surface programmes, much else go on behind the curtains with incantations, incenses, candles etc. Abraham sacrificed a ram to spare his son's life but human sacrifices are not sacrosanct to the Gods. Yahweh supports human sacrifice. (Ex.22: 29 – 30.) Yahweh revels in blood sacrifices including human, and in elaborate, archaic rituals. Yahweh killed (Num.16: 35, 21:6; Deut. 32:39; 1Sam. 2: 26; Psalm 135: 10. Yahweh ordered killing (Lev.26: 7 –8: Num. 25; 4-5.)
The spirit world is enveloped in electromagnetism that connects with our spirit doubles and all other realities. Universal laws govern the realities and man is capable of transcending all of them. That is what spiritual evolution is about. It is the knowledge of these subtle realities and how to harness them for spiritual advancement that ancient Africans chiseled into the fine art used largely today by the Jews and secret societies.
Entry into a physical body from the invisible world is birth. Death is to return to the subtle world from the physical body. In whatever state man finds himself, he is a spirit in evolution. Mental awakeness or the knowing process never stops. It does not stop after death but becomes more subtle and free to traverse the cosmos. Spirit takes on subtle and physical forms to continue the learning process. It is possible to pass from waking consciousness into the spirit, mental or astral states and return. When awake our mind or sensory equipment provides the thoughts and in sleep, soul or consciousness breaks into two with the subtler part journeying through the spiritual, mental and starry worlds while the other remains behind to nurse the mind and physical body. The two parts of consciousness reunite when we wake up. Some Clairvoyants can see the point of separation and reunification.
Our ancestors taught that spiritual development or progress is possible in degrees through disciplined intellect, adoption of ethical principles and balance in ones life. That one needs to allow disciplined subtle forces to dominate ones physical essence. The secret knowledge the adepts taught was about the mastery of these subtle forces progressively to achieve higher consciousness. Initiates, through purity of thoughts and actions, meditation, service to humanity and spiritual discipline became perfect in the act. Tu-SoS then fully occupied their forms individually for their astral journeys to the cosmic destination.
One of the greatest secrets of the ages.
The most highly kept secret of the ages by mankind is how to acquire the power of the spirits and the forces. The system is called alchemy and it was created by an African teacher described by ancient Africans as the “Thrice Greatest:” the greatest of all philosophers, the greatest of all priests, the greatest of all kings. His African names included: “Thoth,” “Tehuti,” and “Theuth.” The West knows him as “Hermes Trismegistus.” He was the world's first “Adept” or “Master.” The system of alchemy is the only known way of spiritual development, and is through the transmutation of the spirit. The Book of Thoth, written in hieroglyphic symbols, provides the key to the mysteries and how to acquire power of the spirits and other forces. Thoth, the father of alchemy, taught that everything (animal or vegetable) is composed of one common element or matter. That the motivating principle or active agent of matter in the evolutionary process is spirit. That this active agent or spirit could be released to achieve transmutation. That transmutation or the ripening of matter is a common phenomenon to all things, leading ultimately to perfection of prime matter in all things, in unity with the kingdom and purpose of Tu-SoS. That the ripening process could be speeded up through the imitation of nature in the laboratory. That when the perfect metal of nature is achieved, a perfect philosophic (body) gold, or receptacle is required to contain the released spirit. That this done, further transmutations are possible through the agency of the philosophic gold or the philosopher's stone, and the rigorous imitation of nature.
Every living thing is composed of the four elements (Fire, Water, Air, and Earth) in unison. Each element in turn consists of two qualities as follows: Fire (dryness and heat) Water (moistness and coldness) Air (heat and moistness) Earth (moistness and dryness.) An element may change into another by substituting one quality for another. For example, if coldness is replaced with heat in water, it changes into air (vapour.) In the same way, transmutation is possible in the human stone through images symbolic of death such as torturing, killing, separating etc. Prime matter is possible only by the reduction of each element to its essence and combined with other refined elements to reach the chaotic state of original matter i.e., Genesis. This seed of things could then be treated in a warm vessel or womb of resurrection of what had been killed.
By freeing and purifying ones own spirit, a reciprocal event occurs in nature, but this could not be done without first creating the philosopher's stone. This is the fifth element, which is the Prime matter of the world, the Fiat, which is the Word, the pneumatic Logos, the Spirit of Tu-SoS. Tu-SoS and Man cannot be united except through a perfect medium of body. There are twelve stages in the alchemic work; each symbolized by a house of zodiac. Before embarking on the process, one must first bring order into his life. You must be a perfectly virtuous being, thinking no evil and doing no evil, to be able to achieve the benefits of the process. Nigredo symbolizes the death stage. This is the stage when matter being worked on is killed and when basic form is broken down to free the spirit contained in it. This usually is the most difficult aspect of the alchemist's work. Alchemists describe this stage as a descent into hell, a period of great doubts when the subject could go mad and even also commit suicide. Very few people go beyond this stage and no one has a blue print on how to survive it. All anyone can hope for is to resort to prayers and leave everything in the hands of Tu-SoS. This stage is symbolized by torture, amputation, dissolution, and calcination by burning waters, decapitation, wounding, flaying, drowning, starvation, separation and grinding. To achieve all these, one must be separated completely from material comfort, be alone even in a crowd, helpless, hopeless, deprived and starved silly.
The Albedo is often referred to as the dawn state. This is the stage when one is stepping out of the darkness of nigredo. A time of washing, cleansing of the impurities. The stage represents transition from base lead to silver and is often represented by a feminine figure such as the moon or nature. It is associated with the symbol of rebirth. While nigredo represents a moment of spiritual death, albedo represents a moment of baptism but the sun has not yet made an appearance. The Rubedo is the period of totally new awareness. This stage is marked by symbols of royalty and domination signaling the birth of the philosopher's stone. Alchemy, a divine art has been laced with severe secrecy from day one. Thoth taught the art mainly to the sons of kings.
Thoth's alchemy produced the long stream of African leaders, seers, priests, who pioneered learning and civilization for mankind. The science is in modern times associated with magic, astrology and chemistry. Francis Bacon believed in the philosopher's stone, which could turn base matter into gold, and in an elixir of life, to give eternal youth. Modern researches into radioactivity confirm the possibility of transmutation of certain elements.
To permanently conceal African contributions, the art was labeled Paganism by the elite who stole the science to control the world. They have benefited immensely from it over the years particularly through the secret societies that now collectively monopolize aspects of the original techniques. They called it paganism to discourage mass involvement and secretly usurp the secret to ensure their permanent stranglehold on the rest of humanity and particularly the authors.
NAIWU OSAHON Hon. Khu Mkuu (Leader) World Pan-African Movement); Ameer Spiritual (Spiritual Prince) of the African race; MSc. (Salford); Dip.M.S; G.I.P.M; Dip.I.A (Liv.); D. Inst. M; G. Inst. M; G.I.W.M; A.M.N.I.M. Poet, Author of the magnum opus: 'The end of knowledge'. One of the world's leading authors of children's books; Awarded; key to the city of Memphis, Tennessee, USA; Honourary Councilmanship, Memphis City Council; Honourary Citizenship, County of Shelby; Honourary Commissionership, County of Shelby, Tennessee; and a silver shield trophy by Morehouse College, USA, for activities to unite and uplift the African race.
Naiwu Osahon renowned author, philosopher of science, mystique, leader of the world Pan-African Movement.
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