Hotep LL fam, I hope you all had a restful and insightful weekend. Today I want to talk about a topic that has been lost and misplaced in America for longer than many of us consciously realize. The place of the woman in society. Unfortunately for many of us, the culture of the world as we know it has swallowed and devoured the substance of what a "family" is supposed to look like by promoting that which is unnatural over that which is natural. The fabric of our generation has been torn so badly that in order to see a prime example of what a "real" family looks like we would have to go back at least 30 years. Today's society has more in common with "Sex and the City" than it does with "The Cosby Show." It finds dancing in the flames of a one night stand more exciting than having the opportunity to be in a relationship that has substance, consistency, and stability. Everything is in reverse. "Our society projects that which is good as bad and that which is bad as good." All in all, if I could pick one thing that sticks out like a sore thumb, it would be the degradation of the role of the "woman."

She has been ostracized and subsidized from what seems like the very beginning of her existence. Even to the point of being blamed for the "fall of man" from her "disobedience to God for eating of the forbidden tree of knowledge" and enticing her Husband Adam to do the same. It almost seems as though this accusation has set the stage for her to be treated like a second class citizen and being blamed for everything else that goes wrong with the world (even though it is the men who hold the guns and have been responsible for waging war after war from the beginning of time). A closer observation would not only reveal that nothing could be further from the truth, but also the gift of what she really is.

When we look at the cycle of reproduction, we can witness something so marvelous that it never loses its luster no matter how many times we see it: The birth of life. Man may plant the seed, but woman gives birth to life. We witness something in a woman that only she can provide due to her genetic makeup. We witness God at work creating. If heaven is a real place, the gateway to it resides in the womb of a woman. You have to wonder why would a baby cry once it comes out of the warmth and security of it's mother and into the cold world we live in? Even at an early age a child recognizes it is better to be in the womb of it's mother than it is to be in the chaos of the outside world. For a child, the most powerful emotion in the universe is learned from it's mother first. And there is no greater love than the love a mother has for her child. A mother is the 1st person a child learns to cry for. She is the first person we bond with. She is our "1st love."

The world we know today does not project that image of a woman at all. Today, we see her as a sex object in over 80% of the examples our society likes to use her in. From "Victoria Secret" to music videos and the like. From being a queen to being called a bitch (Many of whom have even accepted this title and use it to address one another out of "respect"). She has become a symbol of promiscuity and the face of inequality. All of this done for the purpose of endless promotion to the theory: "It's a man's world." The truth is, the world we live in would not be worth living in without her. She gives meaning to everything we desire in life. She makes a house a home. She makes food a meal. She can make your weakness become your strength. She turns like into love, and has the power to swing that pendulum in any direction she chooses. As men, we have the capacity to be real bastards, and from time to time we are. Even then she has the power to love, forgive and support us still. She has the power to be a wife, spiritual companion, mother, and above all a best friend...and she can give you all of that in one person. If that is not an image of God, I don't know what is. I do know this though. We need to recognize the proper place for women all over the world and never let her fall from that place again. Our world is fallen not because of what is foretold about her, but because of what we have forgotten about her. From man to woman, let today be a day of remembrance of how you are loved, cherished, and appreciated.

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Dear Brother Joseph, thank you for such a wonderful message of healing for us All. While reading your words I could not help but think of how the universe is designed to teach us, to prepare us for our spiritual evolution as individual men and women as well as societies and Nations. We have been thrust into a patriarchal and extremely materialistic society dominated by those who are less spiritually developed an which in my view anyway, is un-natural to and for melanated people. Perhaps, it is designed that way for the purpose of strecthing us and prompting us to grow? How else would we as a collective understand that which is in harmony and balance if we never experience un-balance and dis-harmony?


I'm sure your aware that women were tricked into the situtation we find ourselves in today, and we can 

turn it all around just as soon as we recognize how the trick was played on us. There is a BBC documentary entitled: " The Century Of  Self " which clearly shows how this happened when and how.

It's long and a bit boring unless your really interested in knowing how we got to where we are today.


I can tell you when you finish the 4 hr documenatary you will have the answers, it is life changing. I have more to say but  do not want to write a book, LOL   Our challenge will be to re-value relationships,

as well as belief systems and in the coming years it will come about naturally because of the economic and environmental changes we are all about to experience globally, those who survive will be forced to re-learn family, cooperation, ethics, value of the simple things of life versus judging our life and others by what we think we own and how much "money" we think we have.

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The story of the relationship between Sigmund Freud and his American nephew, Edward Bernays. Bernays invented the public relations profession in the 1920s and was the first person to take Freud's ideas to manipulate the masses. He showed American corporations how they could make people want things they didn't need by systematically linking mass-produced goods to their unconscious desires. Bernays was one of the main architects of the modern techniques of mass-consumer persuasion, using every trick in the book, from celebrity endorsement and outrageous PR stunts, to eroticising the motorcar. His most notorious coup was breaking the taboo on women smoking by persuading them that cigarettes were a symbol of independence and freedom. But Bernays was convinced that this was more than just a way of selling consumer goods. It was a new political idea of how to control the masses. By satisfying the inner irrational desires that his uncle had identified, people could be made happy and thus docile. It was the ...all »




Beloved Mighty warrior Joseph, than you for recognizing the need to put the woman back in to her Divine Original position on/in earth, the Black Afrikan woman I speak of.


Sis Ngone, the Sister Spookette Who Sits/Sat By The Door wrote:  I'm sure your aware that women were tricked into the situation we find ourselves in today, and we can turn it all around just as soon as we recognize how the trick was played on us.


Sis Ngone that will be part of our people Divine Solution to our problem. The Divine Black Afrikan Woman who was once the Divine Bee/Queen/Goddess in the Black Afrikan Divine Colony was the first to be used to destroy the Black Afrikan family Kingdom.


Like all Bees in a Colony, Bee/Ant/Termite...and the likes of, once the female in that Colony mind is destroyed or physically destroyed there goes the end or the dysfunction of that Colony.


I know that the Black Afrikan males have just as much work to do for the betterment of our people, I will always Know, not believe, Know that when the Black Afrikan females returns to her once Divine right mind-set, the Black Afrikan children and true men will return back to their once Divine right mind-set, because the Black Afrikan woman was the first Divine Teacher in many ways.


REPARATIONS NOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW, or we need to prepare to go out of the Black Afrikan Beings business.





Goddess, thank for your spiritual wisdom...and thank you Brother Joseph for your post


Hathor, Egyptian Mother of the Gods.

She represents Joy, Motherhood, Childbirth, Royal Succession, and Feminine Goodness.

Hathor is associated with the heavenly womb. Her temples were birthing rooms bearing images of the seven frame drum and sistrum playing Hathors who brought blessed souls to newborns.These deities conferred their protection upon the newborn child.



Greetings Queen sister Ngon'e Aw,


Thank you as well for your kind words and wisdom. I am like a sponge around you soaking up all the knowledge you provide. ;) I will be on skype today and tomorrow. Lets connect and see if we can round up a few troops to converse via the internet. I look forward to speaking with you all always.




Thank you Divine Queen Isis,

Your words are well appreciated. I merely told the truth and want to see your resurrection. The world depends on it. :)



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