Black Theology

A New Black Theodicy

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; Black theology is summarised by the ideas expressed by James H. Cone in many of his earlier books. However, his biggest critic William R. Jones considered a fundamental flaw in Cone’s theology, the question […]

Black Theology

Prophethood in Israel

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; In the days of the Hebrew prophets and prophetesses the call to prophethood was a mark of distinction. Moses said to the Hebrew people: “There shall not be found among you any one that […]

Black Theology

The Theocracy of the Holy Ones

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; It is always important to remember the Egypto-African concept of divinity, Neteru, whenever you feel particularly down. All the gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt were called Neteru, which meant natural forces; but as […]

Black Theology

The Joy of Suffering

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; It is important that we always remember the African origins in Hebraism; it is here that the Egypto-African concept of black divinity, Ausar, reveals to us the essence of our subjective nature. Two concepts […]

Black Theology

The Black Woman’s Right

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; As can be discerned from my books and blogs I am very outspoken in my defence of black women’s right to Goddesshood. Obviously, most of the Gods I have encountered do not agree, I […]

Black Theology

Why They’re Goddesses

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; Having explained in Mother of Exhibitionism how the black woman can become a manifestation of divinity it is my view that we should no longer hold back from calling them such. To simply define […]

Black Theology

The Mysteries of Eden

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; When we think of paradise most of us think of Adam and Eve in the garden naked and unashamed. We mostly see a white couple similar to those painted from the time of the […]

Black Theology

The Sensuality of God

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; For those who have been following for a while it could be asked if the Hebrew God is really as sensual as I claim he is. They may feel that sensuality, and indeed sexuality, […]

Black Theology

The Black Heaven

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Peace to the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; Many people ask me what sensuality has to do with spirituality and divinity, but if they were to do the knowledge they would find out it has a lot. If heaven exists it would […]

Black Theology

Who is the Goddess Hethor?

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Peace to all the Gods and Goddesses of the foundation; Much love goes to New York City; And mad respect to London; First of all, as mentioned in An Ancient Egyptian Relation Hethor has many titles, including: Queen of the Underworld, Queen of the Damned, Queen of the Night, Queen of Music, Queen of Song, […]