The Black Woman is God
Originally posted on January 17, 2014
Today, many refer to God (the creator of the universe) as “He” and “Father.” But before it was Father God, it was Mother God. The ancient world knew it was the mother that kept them in her womb for 9 months, birthed them and nurtured them during their earliest stages of life. They recognized her divine responsibility and they believed the woman was identical to the universe. Therefore, they created female deities, worshiped her and held her in high esteem.
Since we were created in God’s image and scientist have proven that all human genetic DNA traces back to one African woman, that would mean the black woman is a direct descendant of the creator of the universe and that creator is a great big black woman.
The concept of the black woman being god doesn’t mean God as in the creator of the universe. It means she is a god, creator/mother of human civilization. The first human is believed to had been an African woman. In the 2002 documentary, The Real Eve, scientists revealed that all human genetic DNA traces back to one African woman several million years ago and traced the migration pattern of her descendants as they spread across the earth.
Many scholars and scientists say the woman came before man and not the other way around. Lecturer, Metaphysician and Engineer, Dr. Delbert Blair, teaches that man descended from woman. “To start this and give it practicality, we have to go back to a basic concept that some people are still not sure about. I state that woman had to have been created before man because you cannot get a man from a man and you cannot get a woman from a man. But you can get a man from a woman and a woman from a woman. Think about that,” he says.
Dr. Blair says:
“The penis is an elongated clitoris and the males testes are the woman’s descended ovum, now in cased within the scrotum of the male penis. The female fallopian tubes are nothing more than the male vas deferens or the urethra duct, which is both of the fallopian tubes joined together. The male prostate is nothing more than an atrophied womb. Every man has a mammary gland that goes along with it. Those mammary glands can lactate if titillated. The bobo urethra glands of the male are equal to the larger vestibular glands of the woman.”
According to an article I recently read, scientific research dealing with the X and Y chromosomes led scientists to believe women existed for generations without men:
Scientists today have discovered that the Y chromosome in sperm has 2.8 percent less genetic material than the X chromosome in the same sperm specimen. Researchers were able to sift sperm to produce samples in which 85 percent of the cells had an X chromosome.
In fact, the X chromosome is five times larger than the Y chromosome, which means that females existed for generations without males. To get the Y chromosome out of an X chromosome, you lose one of your points, thus the chromosome is defected, which is why a man has the same components on his body, that the woman does. For example, the bosom and Tips, however men don’t breastfeed. Men are a genetic defect of women. A woman not only breastfeeds her children, but she nurtures the whole world with her wisdom.
The Y chromosome comes from female scientists, as Ninti, known as Mother Ninti or Nunet, who experimented with the side of an X chromosome maiming it by removing 2.8 percent of X chromosomes. This resulted in a maimed lower right stem, giving the appearance of a Y, which produces less genetic materials, resulting in a Y chromosome, called chromosomal manipulation, a well known experiment today.
There have been many reports that suggests the black woman could have possibly created human civilization without the sperm of a man. Virgin births occurred more frequently in the ancient world but still occur today.
The British Medical Journal reported that one in two hundred U.S. women reported to have given birth without ever having sexual intercourse. The findings were based on a study of 7,870 women and girls aged 15 to 28, as part of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health, which ran from 1995 to 2009.
Dr. Edward Bichoff M.D. started a theory called epigenesis in 1854. This theory suggests that the union of sperm and egg is the way humans are formed, the first trimester after conception. Dr. Blair says this was presented first as a theory and became a fact only after males who studied under males made it a fact.
Reverend Dr. Ishakamusa Barashango says the force of the female is the most relevant. He says the European religious indoctrination has purposely oppressed the woman. Dr. Barashango says people have been convinced that the Bible is the only possible story of where humanity comes from. He says the Bible is the most inaccurate book. Dr. Barashango says the book of Genesis borrowed some of it’s information from other African books already in circulation. He believes the King James version, written in 1611, is the worst version because it’s the youngest and was revised by a “woman hater”.
“The book of Genesis says in the beginning darkness covered the face of the earth and the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters and then there was light. It was woman haters that brought that translation into being. So they neglected to mention what that spirit was. They talk so much about the “Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost“, but neglecting to point out the fact that this was originally the “Father, the Child and the Mother.”
When The Black Woman Was God and Why She Isn’t Now, is a book that offers many sources of information on the ancient world’s admiration for the black womb. The books author, Joesph R. Gibson, says he began writing the book after reading Merlin Stone’s book, When God Was A Woman. Gibson says he noticed Stone did not mentioned that the female deities were depicted as black women.
Last year there was a three month visual arts exhibit titled “The Black Woman Is God” located at the AAACC in San Francisco’s famed Fillmore District.
Psalms 82:6 Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High.
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