Significance of Culture

Reestablishing our culture and autonomy is a process of moving away from the artificial identity given to us by our captors. When we return to the constitution of the Torah we recreate our cultural social norms and become independent and manage ourselves as our ancestors did, and run our communities free of imposed ideologies that create inferior mindsets in our people. We are not a nation and I reject the notion that “it doesn’t matter” who we are, because without identity you cannot operate in truth, power, and wisdom “…as a man thinks…so is he…” operating in truth and in submission to our KING Yeshua the Messiah will make us a holy nation reminiscent of ancient Israel! Those who oppose our awakening or our realizing our “roots” operating in the culture of our ancestors and removing the artificial identity placed on us are in fact working to hinder our empowerment to keep us a controlled people. There are over 900 scholars and witness that substantiate our link to the hebrew people of the scripture and more so called Black people are waking up to this daily…it’s our love for truth that instigates our passionate search for the authentic history free from the manipulation of the imperialist powers. We also reject the pagan influence of our messianic faith and the misinterpretation of scripture that makes the Law void and abuse grace. Early Messianics did infact keep the law under the submission of the holy spirit. I seek only to return to the truth and regain autonomy, however because we are a spiritual people in order for us to have true identity (which is a prerequisite to a healthy community) we must reconnect to WHO WE ARE as it is defined in scripture and history.

3 thoughts on “Significance of Culture

  1. do you subscribe to the “one country one nation” concept; or do you think it is possible to maintain indentity in a multi-ethnic entity as U.S.A. or U.S.E. ?

    • I am suggesting personal responsibility as a people in the form of group economics and self determination. Reestablish a culture that was lost through enslavement and the unifying of our communities in one faith submitting to our Savior and King Messiah.

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