The phrase, “The Black Woman is God,” comes from the know-ledge of the original worship of “Mother God,” not “Father God.” The latter came from the European male chauvinist religions that were used to divide and conquer the continent into slavery; they were amazed by the beauty and power that the Black Woman possessed, especially because they oppressed & tortured their women who they labeled “witch.”

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[S]trange as it is, I’ve heard it echoed by too many Black full-grown males that Black womanhood is the downfall of the Black man in that she (the Black woman) is “evil,” “hard to get along with,” “domineering,” “suspicious,” and “narrow-minded.” In short, a black, ugly, evil you-know-what. As time progresses, I’ve learned that this description of my
mothers, sisters, and partners in crime is used as the basis and excuse for the further shoving, by the Black man, of his own head into the sand of oblivion. Hence, the black mother, housewife, and all-round girl Thursday is called upon to suffer both physically and aaa-tfab-bwiatu-m1st2r1-aaauemotionally every humiliation a woman can suffer and still function. Her head is more regularly beaten than any other woman’s, and by her own man; she’s the scapegoat for Mr. Charlie; she is forced to stark realism and chided if caught dreaming; her aspirations for her and hers are, for sanity’s sake, stunted; her physical image has been criminally maligned, assaulted, and negated; she’s the first to be called ugly and never yet beautiful…. . Raped and denied the right to cry out in her pain, she has been named the culprit and called “loose,” “hot-blooded,” “wanton,” “sultry,” and “amoral.” She has been used as the white man’s sexual outhouse, and shamefully encouraged by her own ego-less man to persist in this function. Wanting, too, to be carried away by her “Prince Charming,” she must, in all honesty, admit that he has been robbed of his crown by the very assaulter and assassin who has raped her. Still, she looks upon her man as God’s gift to Black womanhood and is further diminished and humiliated and outraged when the feeling is not mutual…. . At best we are made to feel that we are poor imitations and excuses for white women. (Source)

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But women in ancient African high culture civilizations were worshiped as “Guardian Angels” and revered as “Mothers of the Universe.” A man could not become a King without the Queen crowning him (her king). A woman’s wisdom was valuable treasure, and her aura was sought after by real mean seeking to build and/or to maintain empires together. The phrase, “The Black Woman is God,” comes from the knowledge of the original worship
of “Mother God,” not “Father God.” The latter came from the European male chauvinist religions that were used to divide and conquer the continent into slavery; they were t4ab-s2r2n1 (1)amazed by the beauty and power that the Black Woman possessed, especially when back home where they oppressed and tortured their own women if she was labeled a “witch” for knowing more than a man. The Europeans also realized that the African men drew their strength and energy from the abundance of wisdom that the goddesses possessed. The Eurasians (500-1500 A.D.) were envious and wanted to take the secrets of the ancient African high culture civilizations back home that were suffering from the “Dark Ages.” Nonetheless its what they stole, including African women, that got them out of the Dark Ages, which means a lack of scientific and cultural advancement. If they understood the powers of our sisters back then – then why don’t we, today? Evidence of the Mother God: As proof to this claim that women were considered Mother “Creatress”, there are records of Goddesses in Sumer‬, Babylon‬, Egypt‬, Kush‬, Africa‬, Australia‬ and China‬ – women understood their magical powers ✨ to uplift herself and her man to overcome any adversity! There is so much more that I would like to share with you but please be sure to indulge in my latest book….“7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire!” (Source)

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2 Responses to The phrase, “The Black Woman is God,” comes from the know-ledge of the original worship of “Mother God,” not “Father God.” The latter came from the European male chauvinist religions that were used to divide and conquer the continent into slavery; they were amazed by the beauty and power that the Black Woman possessed, especially because they oppressed & tortured their women who they labeled “witch.”

  1. Great post! Very powerful images! Do you photoshop these images yourself?

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