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Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 12/7/2015 6:40:18 AM

My apologies, just noticed the video didnt post correctly.

Messenger: royal dawta Sent: 12/24/2015 8:40:42 AM

The Gautama Budha Siddharta was born in India approximately 500 years BCE... Born to be a King but chose to become a Priest and he was considered to be a Messiah, a Christ figure, a great Teacher, the Enlightened One... Gynealogically Siddharta the Gautama Budha isa member of the Naga's people, the Naga's people are one half of the Naga Mayan people who occupied and inhabited the Land of Mu, the Land of Mu sank into the Pacific tens of thousands of years ago, one half of the Naga Mayan people went to the East and inhabited the Americas and the other half went into the West and inhabited the Eastern Oriental World of China, Japan, the Koreans, Indonesians and Indians.... These Naga Mayan people are the original black people, the Naga Mayans in the America's the Olmec Maya people and the Naga Mayans in the eastern are one people the Nagas people ... The Guatama Budha Siddharta isa Naga a black Kushite with wooly hair in India, it is obvious that the original statues and sculptures of the Budha are that of the original blackman resembling even the Olmec in Central America they are one Naga Mayan people, 500 years BCE the Budha got his inspiration sitting under a tree, Siddharta taught the critical concept of God is Man and God within you as Christ said the Kingdom of heaven is within you, Nepal the Himalaya mountains the tigers nest, the Mandala the great big prophetic vision of the Budha says that the Budha shall return and establish his government in the first year ofa tri part decade in the twentieth century and this Budha referred to as the 'Maitreya' Budha shall return in three beings and it is Nagarjuna which shall set up the Kingdom in the 20th century.... Nagarjuna isa historical character whose colours red gold and green and blue place him mysteriously in South India during the second century BCE BUT traditional accounts sustained that he lived 400 years after the Gautama Budha passed into Nirvana, some biographers state however that he lived for 600 years apparently identifying him wita second Nagarjuna who was known for his esoteric writings and his esoteric priestly teachings, this first and original Nagarjuna is an Indian Budhist Philosopher who articulated the doctrine of " emptyness" SHUNIA, and is traditionally regarded as the founder of the Madhyamaka Middle Way Schools an important tradition of Budhist philosophy... The 2nd Nagarjuna was not really Nagarjuna by name but by title and identity, it was an individual by the name of Shantideva he was born in the eight century he was an Indian Budhist monk and he is amongst the most renowned and esteemed figures in the entire history of Budhism, Shantideva served as the High Priest and the High Minister to a King of who he helped to rule in accordance with the principles of the ancient Budhism, the legend says that at the University Shantideva was jade and mocked by his fellow monks, he was asked to give a lecture, at a specific part of the lecture when he said ..." When neither an entity nor a none entity remaines before the mind " ... It is said that he rosed up into the sky and he began to levitate and when he went very far up beyond the clouds it is said that all his fellow monks witnessed Nagarjuna approach him in the heavens and proclaim him the Chief Monk, the Chief Priest,.... THIS IS BUDHIST PHILOSOPHY, the Mandala says that the Maitreya Budha shall return, three Budhas shall arise, Nagarjuna shall establish his Kingdom the first year of the tri part tied decade in the 20th century, this is either 1931, 1961 or 1991, for sure in 1930 Haile Selassie was crowned Negas Nagas meaning King of Kings, Nagarjuna is King of the Nagas, he was crowned King of Kings on the second of November 1930 when 70 and 2 nations came and bow before H.I.M Emperor Haile Selassie I the first... It is 1931 the first year in the tripart decade in the twentieth century it is 1931 that Haile Selassie the first officially established the constitution of Ethiopia the first written official constitution of Ethiopia in thousands of years it was an International hoorah... The Mandala says in the first year of the tri part decade in the twentieth century Nagarjuna shall establish his Kingdom !!!!!!! Negus Negas !!!!!!! The Master of Ceromonies ..

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 12/24/2015 9:57:12 AM

Give thanks sista Royal! Nice read. Love how it connect Ethiopia, the Nagas and HIM!

Buddha (Ptah Putah or Phutah) began in Africa Kemet - 

On the emergence of Buddhism in India, Diop has suggested that:

"It would seem that Buddha was an Egyptian priest, chased from Memphis by the persecution of Cambyses. This tradition would justify the portrayal of Buddha with woolly hair. Historical documents do not invalidate this tradition...There is general agreement today on placing in the sixth century not only Buddha but the whole religious and philosophical movement in Asia with Confucius in China, Zoroaster in Iran. This would confirm the hypothesis of a dispersion of Egyptian priests at that time spreading their doctrine in Asia."​;

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 12/24/2015 4:16:26 PM

The Teachings of Ra Heru Buto Sut Nahsi, The Buddha

Ra Heru Buto-Sut-Nahsi, the Buddha taught the only way out of suffering and oppression was the cultivation of the human mind (mind training) and its facilities. This Buddha [or Buto- a name given by the ancient Egyptian to the cobra, which was the manifestation or symbol of the energy of enlightenment, meaning to be an awakened one] was one out of a long line of Buddhas or Herus- [masculine], Heruka- [feminine]. These were ones that possessed self-mastery via mind training and the regulation of the life force [Ra] operating in their bodies. Ra Heru Buto-Sut Nahsi left no written account of his teachings. Throughout the years after Ra Heru Buto-Sut-Nahsi, the Buddha’s death, accounts of his life were not written by objective historians, but by idealistic groups of followers. Because of this, even today, it is a difficult task to separate facts from the great amounts of fiction and myths. His teachings, known then as the Seshetat or Sheti-the discipline of Per Ankh or the House of Life, underwent some significant evolutions and much later become known as Buddhism. This particular augmentation of the teaching and discipline of the ancient Black Egyptians is said to have appeared during the 6th century BCE.

Messenger: RastaGoddess Sent: 2/21/2016 12:41:50 PM

British Academics Angry At New GCSE Course That Says Africans Arrived In Britain Before The English
By Editorial_Staff -Feb 19, 2016

AFRICANGLOBE – A new GCSE history course, said to teach students that Africans arrived in Britain before the English, has caused uproar among some British academics.

The module, which will be offered by the Oxford and Cambridge examination board (OCR) from September, was created with academics from the Black and Asian Studies Association.

It will cover new arrivals to the UK from the Romans up to modern day migrants such as those from Syria and eastern Europe and assess the reasons for immigration, the experience of new entrants and the impact on the indigenous population.

The course is called Migration To Britain c. 1,000 to c. 2010. Its literature states: “This course will enable students to learn how the movement of people – European, African, Asian – to and from these islands has shaped the story of this nation for thousands of years.

“The history of migration is the story of Britain: in 1984, Peter Fryer wrote, ‘There were Africans in Britain before the English came.'”

But V.S. Naipaul, the Booker and Nobel prize-winning novelist, told reporters on Sunday: “Once again political correctness is distorting our history and the education of our children.”

Historian Sir Roy Strong, author of The Story Of Britain, said: “This stands history on its head, projecting back on to the past something that isn’t true.

“The only Africans who came here were a few with the Romans who came and then left. I find it disturbing that our children should be taught something that is clearly designed to feed into contemporary problems rather than tell our island’s story properly.”

A book on the course reading list, written by a Marxist historian, is said to refer to a Roman legion of North Africans briefly stationed on Hadrian’s Wall in the 3rd Century, before the arrival of Anglo-Saxons.

But the newspaper states that while up to 500 “Aurelian” Moors – named in honour of Emperor Marcus Aurelius – manned a fort near Carlisle, there is no evidence they settled there.

Antony Beevor, the military historian and author, said: “Migration is a very valid area to study, but if it’s a question of rewriting history to bolster the morale of certain sections of the population, rather than a scrupulous attitude towards facts, then that is a total distortion and it’s outrageous.”

Prof Alan Smithers, of Buckingham University, a specialist adviser to the Commons Education Committee, said: “This seems to be aimed more at indoctrination than education. It is dangerous because a cohesive society depends on an authentic shared view of history.”

However, Prof Mark Ormrod, of York University, one of the historians researching the new topic, told the newspaper: “It is an outstanding example of how a long view of history helps us to understand and to find a place for ourselves in contemporary society.

“Our research project shows how, for example, in the late Middle Ages, no one was more than ten miles from an immigrant.”

Mike Goddard, head of history at OCR, said: “There is no political bias. The GCSE will present facts. It is not pushing any particular argument.”

By: Victoria Ward

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