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The deep research she put into these slides, yet further confirms (1)Merlin Stones' "When GOD Was A Woman (2)Elinor Gadon's "The Once and Future Goddess" (3)Marija Gimbutas "The Language of the Goddess & The Living Goddesses" (4) "When God Was A Woman" Joseph R. Gibson.:


Is Christianity a Fraud?
In honor of Black History Month, author, and traditional African chief priestess, Vivian Hunter-Hindrew, M.Ed. has put together a slide show challenging the authenticity of the bible's claims of authorship. She proposes that African women were the original authors of what is known as "bible prophecy." Hunter-Hindrew also claims that this knowledge has always been known by the Roman Church, but kept hidden (some in plain-view) for centuries.

Hunter-Hindrew has created an awe-inspiring slide presentation as a trailer to her ground breaking new book:

The Sibyls: the First Prophetess' of Mami (Wata): Demystifying the Absence of Black Women in Bible Prophecy. MWHS 2007.

In it Hunter-Hindrew argues that: For 6,000 years, Africa was ruled by a powerful order of Sibyl matriarchs. They produced the world's first oracles, prophetess and prophets. Known as "Pythoness," they worked the oracles in the Black Egyptian colonies in ancient Greece, Rome, Turkey, Israel, Syria and Babylon. Their holy temples were more numerous than the churches of today. In ancient Rome, they first established the "holy seat" of the Vatican advising the world's heads of state. Centuries before Christ, they cured epileptics, the blind, lepers and "caste out demons." It was a Sibyl who called-up the spirit of "Apostle" Samuel. Their "pagan" prophecies were used by the emerging Roman papals to create a "western theological" foundation and became the undisputed precursor for the Christian Bible. Previously published in "Mami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled," and supported by solid evidence, African women's religious history is finally being unearthed, exposing shocking revelations buried for more than 2000 years.

Hunter-Hindrew further states that: "For centuries Black men and women have been taught to not question the Bible's authenticity for threat of "an eternity in Hell." The Roman Church was the main orchestrator and profiteer of Slavery and the deliberate impoverishment of Africa. How is it possible for this same institution to be the sacred vessel and vehicle for the "truths of God?" Hunter-Hindrew further contends that "Black men and women have been taught to accept the legitimacy of the western Bible, " especially the New Testament." What they do not realize is that the New Testament is a historical chronicle of the final destruction of the emerging Christian cult's biggest rival, that being the powerful African religious orders that dominated the ancient world since time immemorial. Especially the African matriarchs. Just as Black resistance to slavery, these holy African temples and prophetess mothers resisted the emerging "Christian" cult's imperialist's ambitions toward world domination. Yet, millions in the Diaspora do not know that the "pagans, witches, and idolaters" that St. Paul speaks of converting in the New Testament were their ancient religious mothers and fathers. Finally, Hunter-Hindrew states that "the enslaved minds of the Diaspora are the last and most enduring stronghold that the West preys upon in keeping them in subjugation.

Another Key Link:

Always Remember that: "Anytime We As A People Are Not Having Our WaySomeone Else Is Having Theirs...And It's Never To Our Advantage."

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Massa will tell ya litte bit but not everything about Africa......Isis is standing on the lion-a male at her feet (they say it's Horus].  But during the rein of Min-or the introduction of the male phallus, the Egyptian male statues displayed female figures [divinities] either were standing next to the statue's feet or standing next to the knees-hence the beginning of the shrinkage/disappearance of the [African] feminine influence/power in Africa and the world.  So again, it's not a global war between man vs man but a global war between the Black woman [African] vs man-specifically the European and Asian male-the founders of patriarchy and slavery.  When the God Min came to Africa by way of Asia Minor, it was then the patriarch seed was dropped like poop into the African soil of Egyptian culture where women who never stood below anything let alone a man's feet now were  under his rule(still today!).  I think if this is in fact the Isis status in the post above, it is misinterpreted by the person who said  "she is standing on her son/consort in his totemic aspect as a lion." Because I don't think Isis is standing on the back of the lion as it could be that the lion i.e. Horus is representing a new addition to the Ennead legacy and a symbol of the resurrection of Osiris.  But a closer look at this page tells me that Isis is not standing but floating above the Lion and the Lion's size is much smaller than Isis.  The Lion could be the symbol for Sekhmet-Egyptian War Goddess.  But it doesn't make sense to me Ishtar is Isis cuz there has never been a direct association with Isis and a Lion-even though Egyptians worshipped all types of cats including lions (Sekhmet).   And rememba it's these white scholars who are telling us what they think Egyptian statues represent-they really don't know.  And that's the danger of a single story-cuz massa lie lie lie all the time especially when it comes to our culture.  Plus the animal symbol for Horus is the Falcon not the Lion.  And Goddess Ishtar [fertility and sex] is not the same as Goddess Isis [magic and wisdom].  Ishtar had her own deity thing going on in Mesopotamia.  So I can't see how the book can suggest that Isis and Ishtar are one in the same-cuz they are not.  Or how cultures can transfer Isis' characteristics into their own deities and then renamed their deity under the guise of "Isis."  It does happened [and has reoccurred throughout the world] but maybe I just need to read the whole chapter to better understand what is missing for me.   But!   

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