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Now let ME be clear.

(The following excerpt is taken from the efforts of a very dear friend of longer with US in the 'physical,' yet however, still shaking the very foundations of the 'clay' as an ANCESTOR.)

Richard King on BLACKNESS

"King argues that blackness or carbon is life and is therefore divine. He says that ancient Africans understood this, and called themselves by various names meaning 'black,' such as 'Kemites' (people of the black earth), from which the Greeks developed the word 'chemistry' (and the Arabs 'alchemy'). Recognizing the special significance of their blackness,which far transcended the color of the skin, according to King, these ancient scientists studied the workings of their own minds, which they understoood as being identified with their entire bodies. (So much for the mind/body split so basic to European thought.)....

According to King, the ancient Africans studied until they came to understand the relationsip of 'blackness' to spirituality and inner vision; the higher levels of understanding on which synthesis occurs. For them 'Blackness' represented the divine. In his series of works entitled, The Black Dot, King supports this contention with an impressive array of references to ancient Kemetic texts and symbolic images and to a host of other theorists and historians.(105) What did these early, advanced scientists discover?"

'The original titans found that all life came from a black seed, all life was rooted in blackness, all things possessed a memory of their collective ancestors. Blackness, the universal solvent of all was seen as the one reality from which spun the threads of the loom of life. All colors, all vibratory energies, were but a shade of black; black was the color of the night sky, primeval ocean of outer space, birthplace and womb of the planets, stars and galaxies of the universe; black holes were found at the center of our own galaxy and countless other galaxies; black as the color of carbon, the key atom found in all living matter of our world; carbon atoms linked together to form black melanin, the first chemical that could capture light and reproduce itself, the chemical key to life; and the brain itself was found to be centered around black neuromelanin.

"Inner vision, intuition, creative genius, and spiritual illumination were all found to be dependent upon pineal gland blood bourne chemical messengers that controlled skin color and opened the hidden door to the darkness of the collective unconscious mind, allowing the ancient priest-scientist to visualize knowledge from the timeless collective unconscious memory banks of the mind. Indeed, the Black Dot was found to be the hidden doorway to universal knowledge of the past, and future.'(106)
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105. Richard King, African Origins of PsychoBiology, Ch 1-3; Seymour-Smith, Germantown, Tenn. 1990. Cited in Marimba Ani's YURUGU, p.468.
106. Ibid., pp. 13-14