The Westernisation of Eastern religions: Part One…dispelling age-old myths

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THE US is one of the leading world powers.
Before the US, the UK was domineering in terms of imperialism, and before it Spain.
Spain became prominent after the downfall of the black Moors who ruled Europe from Granada Spain from approximately 700 CE to 1492 CE.
Before the Moors, Byzantine, which was a combination of Greek and Roman rule, was ruling from Turkey.
This was predated by the Roman Empire, which overtook the Greek Empire around 68 BCE.
The first of the Western or non-black civilisations to emerge in the known world, that is, Africa and Asia, was the Greek Empire which militarily took dominance over the Persians around
380 BCE.
Before then, no white or Western civilisations were present or notable in the region.
The civilisations that predated the Greek civilisation were black, namely the Hebrew (Israelites), Persians (Elamites), Assyrians (Aramites), Babylonians, Egyptians and Ethiopians, among others.
By the time the Greeks, led by Alexander, the so-called Great, came to power, 127 provinces (nations) had come together under Persia to form a United States of Africa and Asia.
When Alexander conquered Ahasuerus (Xerxes), leader of Persia, he inherited the Empire that had been united, consolidated and enlarged before his time.
He had to simply make a physical appearance with his armies in places like Egypt, India and Babylon (Iraq) to be seen and recognised as the new leader after having conquered Persia.
It is a falsehood to say Alexander conquered the known world solely by the might of his armies, nation after nation, for the nations of Africa and Asia had united before his time.
Alexander’s step-father, King Philip of Macedonia, planned and prepared for the attack on Persia before his assassination and thus Alexander’s glory is very much exaggerated.
The most ancient artefacts, sculptures or paintings in places like Iran (Persia), Babylon (Iraq), Syria (Assyria), Israel (Canaan), India and south-east Asia depict blacks with cropped beards, kinky hair and other typical negroid features.
Whites only began tasting world dominance in the time of the Greeks and this fact ought to dismiss the validity of ancient Egyptians, Israelites and Arabians being portrayed as whites.
The Greeks imposed Hellenism, an ungodly doctrine which embraced homosexuality, maleficence and so on.
They destroyed any conquered group which refused to abandon their culture for Hellenism.
When they failed to achieve this goal and standard in Judea, owing to rebel guerilla warfare assumed by the family of Maccabeus, they incorporated Hellenism with the culture of the Judeans, bringing about Judaism.
This Judaism was also followed by the Seleucid Greeks who had occupied Judea, thus making them Jews, not by ancestry, but by conversion to the hybrid religion that came about as a compromise.
Beforehand, Greeks like Antiochus Epiphanies would mutilate Judeans who got circumcised and refrained from eating pork, among other practices.
Similarly, when the Romans came into power, they imposed their own culture and doctrines on the nations they occupied. Groups that resisted were killed in the most horrendous ways.
Coliseums were built to watch captured men or offenders face wild animals like lions and be killed. Death machines like body crushers, limb pullers, guillotines and crucifixion poles were used and the victims were mostly non-whites.
Neither the Greeks nor the Romans ruled from Greece or Rome. Europe is destitute as compared to Africa and Asia because it lacks natural resources.
These Western civilisations based their power on the lands, cultures and peoples they occupied and brought very little from their mother countries in terms of tools of civilisation.
Their survival, much like the US, Britain and France today, was based on a parasitic dependence on wealthy host nations.
Thus, the vast majority of the victims of Greek and Roman misbehaviour were the indigenous peoples of the occupied territories.
The Romans were especially tough on the Hebrew Israelites in Judea who were not Hellenised. Hellenic Jews were Seleucid Greeks, Samaritans and also Judean converts to Hellenic Judaism.
These included sects such as the Scribes, Pharisees and Sadducees. The Scribes were present in all Greek occupied territories as they were assigned to copy any literature they ran into so as to translate it into Greek.
This they did in Judea, Egypt, Syria, Babylon and India, among other places. They would also make black artefacts seem Greek.
When the Romans began ruling Judea, they were at odds with sects like the Nazarenes and Essenes who were not Hellenised and maintained observing orthodox Hebrew culture.
The Essenes were a continuation of the Maccabean revolution which fought off Hellenisation.
The Nasserites were Israelites who took a vow to serve God, let their hair grow into locks and abstain from alcohol, vinegar, grapes and raisins.
Christ was both a Nasserite and an Essene by vow and ancestry respectively, and was bound to clash with the colonial powers that were in Judea like the house of Maccabeus before him.
Neither he nor John were killed by their kinsmen the Judeans, but by the colonial masters, the Romans.
The Pharisees were the top most authorities in Judea and gave John and Christ up to the Romans because they challenged the new religion (Hellenic Judaism) they were trying to impose.
When Christ’s following increased in and outside Judea, the Romans started cracking down on this new threat to their authority.
They killed the disciples, apostles and followers of Christ, including Peter and Paul.
In 70 CE, they burnt the temple built by Solomon and killed and scattered the remaining Judeans, with the exception of the Pharisees and Samaritans.
From this point on, the group that the Romans recognised as Jews were the Pharisees and Samaritans who still embraced Hellenic Judaism.
These were taken to Babylon by the Romans in 135 CE where they wrote the Talmud and cemented their Greek-Hebrew hybrid religion (Judaism).
It is important to note that the Samaritans were not Israelites, but Babylonian groups like Ava and Sepharvaim who were brought into the land to replace the Israelites in the time of Shalmennazer, King of Assyria.
The followers of Christ increased, regardless of constant crackdowns by the Roman Empire. Syria and Egypt were filled with Christians and by 300 CE, the religion had reached distant lands like Ethiopia. Even Rome and Greece had many Christians owing to the efforts of Paul.
The Roman Empire was becoming weak, as long as it continued to take a negative stance on Christianity.
In the time of Constantine, it had become clear that Christianity was going to be the nemesis of the Roman Empire, especially given the role played by the Romans in crucifying Christ and persecuting his followers.
Constantine decided to stop going against the grain and instead embraced the saying: ‘If you can’t beat them join them.’
Given the harsh stance the Romans had assumed for centuries on the followers of Christ, this conversion by Constantine which he subsequently imposed on his whole empire, came as a relief to the Christians. It also prolonged the survival of the Roman Empire which was at the point of collapsing.
Unfortunately, the face of Christianity would also change as Roman doctrines and festivals were incorporated into Christianity via conferences such as Nicaea.
Eventually, Roman festivals like Saturnalia and Ishtar were retained and so were polytheistic doctrines such as the trinity.
Hebrew culture and festivals were replaced by the above mentioned and modern Christianity is largely based on this hybridisation of Christian religion with Roman ways.

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  1. hello simba jama,

    i am a great fan of your articles. i wanted to know from where you got all the informations?
    and by the way could you possibly write something about the hyksos and pharao akhneton`s relation
    with so called jews?

    thanks in advance

    richard

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