So God created womb-man in her own image, in the image of God created she her; female and male created she them.

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So God created womb-man in her own image, in the image of God created she her; female and male created she them.
I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.
Even every one that is called by my name: for I have created her for my glory, I have formed her; yea, I have made her.
For we are her workmanship, created in the Black Womb-man unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.
And that ye put on the new womb-man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness.
Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature:

And God said, Let us make womb-man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Eve, and she slept: and she took one of her ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof;
And the rib, which the LORD God had taken from womb-man, made she a man, and brought him unto the womb-man.
And Eve said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: he shall be called man, because she was taken out of Womb-Man.
Therefore shall a womb-man leave her father and her mother, and shall cleave unto her husband (King): and they shall be one flesh.
And they were both naked, the womb-man and her husband, and were not ashamed.
Female and male created she them; and blessed them, and called their name Eve, in the day when they were created.
And did not she make one? Yet had she the residue of the spirit. And wherefore one? That she might seek a godly seed. Therefore take heed to your spirit, and let none deal treacherously against the husband of her youth.

And she answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that she which made them at the beginning made them female and male,
But from the beginning of the creation God made them female and male.
For the womb-man is not of the man; but the man of the womb-man.
Neither was the womb-man created for the man; but the man for the womb-man.

IT’S THE AFRIKA IN ME

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It’s the Africa in me
that loves the forest in which I wake,
that sees and hears its fauna and flora and revels in their names.

It’s the Africa in me
that you hear in my spirited conversation,
that shakes my shoulders as I sob my sorrows
or laugh my insides, inside-out.

It’s the Africa in me
that keeps me reading poetry deep into the night
and causes me to stroke the sinuous muscles of my striped, domestic cat
and kiss the muzzle of my gently nickering horse.

It’s the Africa in me
that has taught me how to love
and patches up the fragments of my soul after each disaster
and renews my zeal and increases my understanding
in preparation for the next onslaught.

It’s the Africa in me
that has carried me
from my first baby breath
and will support me to my very last.

I am truly a child born of Africa.

DON’T CRY FOR ME AFRICA

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Don’t cry for me Africa
Because I will never let you out of my mind
I hear your voices people of Africa
I hear your cries people of Africa
I see pain in your eyes people of Africa
It is hard to describe what you people of Africa are going through
Poverty strikes you all people of Africa
Don’t cry for me Africa
Because I will keep you in my prayers people of Africa
Power to the people of Africa
People of Africa lift your spirit higher
Mother Afrika is the light and truth people of Africa
The Lord sends you a message from her heart to you people of Africa
She said because I love you
I will answer your prayers
I hear your prayers
Don’t cry for me Africa
Because you have a friend that is the Mother
People of Africa continue doing the Mothers work
Make a wish people of Africa
The people of Africa are looking at the Mother face to face
Mother here is no paradise
We dream a little dream said the people of Africa to the Mother
The People of Africa Pray that the Mother will give each other strength every day
Don’t cry for me Africa
Save the people of Africa
Strengthened the people of Africa each day
Because I’ll be there in your dreams people of Africa
The people of Africa tells The Mother how much they love her
Don’t cry for me Africa
Mother comes when you are ready people of Africa
Feelings you have for your Mother People of Africa
And I know you will never let it die
Nothing but flowers the people of Africa will plant in the sea shore for the Mother
Don’t cry for me Africa
The people of Africa needs hope to heal there land
The Mother rose up on you people of Africa
Don’t cry for me Africa
My heart will go on
Once I close this door of the ship I will sail across the Atlantic Sea

Don’t cry for me Afrika,

And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the Mother of life freely.

Therefore also now, saith the MOTHER, turn ye even to me with all your heart, and with fasting (fasting from the things, the ways and the thoughts of this world), and with weeping (crying because your brother’s and sister’s need you), and with mourning (over the lost ones @ the hands of your oppressors):

And Eliyah said unto the people, Fear not: ye have done all this wickedness (by living and thinking like your Oppressor’s): yet turn not aside from following the MOTHER, but serve the MOTHER with all your heart;
Only fear the MOTHER, and serve her in truth with all your heart: for consider how great things she hath done for you.
And ye shall seek Mother Afrika, and find Mother Afrika, when ye shall search for Mother Afrika with all your heart.
He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit of Mother Afrika saith unto the Afrikaans global-wide.

MAMA AFRIKA WE CALL OUT TO YOU

0305121750 (1)Mama Africa
Somalia, Nigeria, Ghana, Saudi Arabia
Mama Africa
Senegal, Zimbabwe, Tunisia, South Africa

The land of enormous mineral wealth
I salute thee; I adore thee even in poor health
So many countries I have not yet spelt
Have people ready and steady to flee before they melt

Mama Africa
You walk with a suicidal long rope
As your people lose all hope
Rather than cooking up a brand of prosperity
You the land of recognized poverty
Have mistakenly invented a brand of austerity
The masses are slowly dying
While only a few are high-flying

Mama Africa
We talk about your diamond rushes
We speak of numbers of human losses
We hide our fusses in internal silent boxes
While people struggle and fight in oil brushes
And external parties hide their delightful blushes

Mama Africa
How can a land of abundant resources and rich culture
That the world with marvel continuously captures
Allow wealth to be taken from you before it matures?
Why not divert these takers to signs labeled departure?

Mama Africa
Listen to your children’s voices
Listen to the peoples noises
They are crying to be heard
They are crying to be fed
They are crying for proper education
They are crying as a single nation
They are crying for an end to corruption
They are crying for an end to self-destruction
They are crying for your delinquent protection

Mama Africa
How many crying tears will it take by calculation?
How many dying years will it take to deliver salvation?

Mama Africa
Along with your weakness I salute thee!
Along with your greatness I adore thee!
Along with your madness I still love thee!

Give me now wisdom and knowledge, that I may go out and come in before this (European) people: for who can judge this thy (Afrikan/Black) people, that is so great?

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IN PRAISE OF THE BLACK WOMB-MAN

A good Black Woman is proud of herself.
She respects herself and others.
She is aware of who she is.
She neither seeks definition from the person she is with, or does she expect them to read her mind.
She is quite capable of articulating her needs.
A good black woman is hopeful.
She is strong enough to make all her dreams come true.
She knows love, therefore she gives love.
She recognizes that her love has great value and must be reciprocated.
If her love is taken for granted, it soon disappears.
A good black woman has a dash of inspiration, a dabble of endurance.
She knows that she will, at times, have to inspire others to reach the potential God gave them.
A good black woman knows her past, understands her present and moves toward the future.
A good black woman knows She is God.
She knows that with her k the world is her playground, but without God she will just be played.
A good black woman does not live in fear of the future because of her past.
Instead, she understands that her life experiences are merely lessons,
meant to bring her closer to self knowledge and unconditional self love.

A Good Black Woman

A good Black Woman is proud of herself.
She respects herself and others.
She is aware of who she is.
She neither seeks definition from the person she is with, or does she expect them to read her mind.
She is quite capable of articulating her needs.

A good black woman is hopeful.
She is strong enough to make all her dreams come true.
She knows love, therefore she gives love.
She recognizes that her love has great value and must be reciprocated.
If her love is taken for granted, it soon disappears.

A good black woman has a dash of inspiration, a dabble of endurance.

She knows that she will, at times, have to inspire others to reach the potential God gave them.

A good black woman knows her past, understands her present and moves toward the future.

A good black woman knows Knowledge of Self.
She knows that with Knowledge of Self the world is her playground, but without Knowledge of Self she will just be played.
A good black woman does not live in fear of the future because of her past.
Instead, she understands that her life experiences are merely lessons,
meant to bring her closer to self knowledge and unconditional self love.

Samuel Newton

* A PLEA TO MIN FARRAKHAN *

MORE HAS ALWAYS BEEN ASKED OF THOSE WHO CAN DO!

MY BROTHER, MIN FARRAKHAN IF YOU DO ALL YOU CAN DO, OUR DREADFUL PLIGHT JUST MIGHT COME TO AN END!

PLEASE DO WHAT YOU CAN FOR OUR PEOPLE. ONLY YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT YOU CAN DO!

OUR PEOPLE NEED YOUR HELP!!

LEAD THE BATTLE FOR US!

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John Brinson