Is religion mental warfare ?

 

Instead of writing my views about the topic I have decided to start a discussion. It will be constructive in that sense .

Is this the first time you have come across this information?

Do you think there is a link between religion and racism?

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9 thoughts on “Is religion mental warfare ?

    1. I think this race and religion, is a deeper issue. If you told an Egyptian or Nubian or other ancient African Kingdom that “this white man” is God they would challenge your intelligence.

      But one would ask what went wrong, how did we come to believe Christianity, leaving our natural spirituality. It didn’t happen over night, the same with the conditioning of “black inferior” and “white superiority”. And honestly I believe the destruction from us being Gods and teaching the entire world, started from religion because it made us sub-servant. Africans love and welcome everyone, they come into our continent and impoverish us but own arms are still open when they come the next time.

  1. I think that religion can be mental warfare. I also think that there can be a link between religion and racism. However, not always. And, not all Christians use the bible to marginalized folks.

    1. I appreciate that. However, religion is an institution. With every institution there are core values and aims. The foundation of religion is to control people. When the “word of God” was brought to Africa, the African’s sovereignty was taken away. Sold them a narrative and took their power. The image a person has of God controls the way they feel about themselves. Therefore the person that controls ones religion controls power.

      Africans were called the light bearers, because they were seekers of knowledge and worshiped knowledge. African people are the world’s original master-thinkers and teachers. This ancient Egyptian spiritual system evolved over 1,200 years and/or 50 generations. This is where the Geeks got their knowledge from to form what is known as Greek philosophy. The Freemason is an imitation of ancient African, Kemetic, Egyptian way of life. However, the current freemasonry has been water down to some else, far away from the original concepts of the Africans.

      The African concept was about God in human form. The word “free” means “without hinderance”; the word “mason” refers to “one who builds, a bricklayer.” As such, Freemasonry is that system, craft or art of building, not a physical building but building spiritual, an edifice within the human being. The ancient Kemites/Afrikans/Egyptians refer to this spiritual concept as the “Temple in Man.”

  2. I definitely think religion and prejudice and racism are linked.

    And yes I do think religion is mental warfare. Many people are consumed by thoughts that are not their own and told to blindly trust. Don’t ask any questions. Dismiss anyone who doesn’t believe what you believe. Do what you’re told and you’ll go to heaven. Religion can be extremely divisive and doesn’t allow followers to critically think for themselves, which can be very dangerous.

    1. Yeah just give them enough to satisfy them, but don’t tell them the truth, like everything in our current society, it is about control, “Cut through the outer shell and find a meaning; cut through that meaning and find another; under it, if you dig deep enough, you may find a third, a fourth — who shall say how many teachings?” If you control the concept of religion you control the people because you know exactly what moves they are going to make. That’s why everything different in this society is bad. You can’t control free thinkers.

      Taken away African spirituality and labelled it as bad. There is no power when you are out of your natural alignment. Like the Freemason, not the current Freemason (the current one is western delusion), the African concept was about God in human form. The word “free” means “without hinderance”; the word “mason” refers to “one who builds, a bricklayer.” As such, Freemasonry is that system, craft or art of building, not a physical building but building spiritual, an edifice within the human being. The ancient Kemites/Afrikans/Egyptians refer to this spiritual concept as the “Temple in Man.

      1. All truth. I hate to see so many gods looking outside themselves for god. This, amongst many other reasons, is why we fail. We’re waiting on a savior when we could save ourselves, and in turn, guild others to save themselves.

        Thank you for sharing.

  3. What this video addresses is critical. Can we also link religion to a poor standard of living. When it comes to Christianity, speaking with personal experience, the most religious people have the most poor standard of living.

    They have been told to be satisfied with the little and believe that more will come one day. Automatically this takes out the strong desire to want more for your life, and this is the driving force to achieving the life you want. You have to have a strong desire WITH faith. If we take Africa as an example, it is a very religious continent.
    The book tells us to love everybody, even if this person has no best interest for you. It basically tells us to be submissive. White supremacy strives on this idea.

    If we were self-actualised, God realised people do you think racism would exist. Hell no, because we would be creating our own things, back to the master teachers of the world.

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