Why Black History Month?

Black History Month is a designated period of time in which Black and Afrakan people commemorate our ancestors, important historical dates, outstanding individuals, and our overall achievements as a race. For some Black people however, the word Black is an offensive and inappropriate classification of Race. They say black is a color not a physical characteristic because no one’s skin is truly black.

We say Black is appropriate classification for our Race for several reasons. Blackness is the essence of the universe and the origin of all things physical. Blackness is the source of all knowledge because the intelligence of the universe exists in darkness. Our ancestors are always here with us; it is only because they exist in darkness why you can’t see them.

Color designation of the races within the human family began as slang terms. Everyone knows which race people are talking about when they refer to someone as black, white, yellow, red, and brown. In all cases, those slang classifications were not meant to replace the official race classification of a person.

Unfortunately, the Negro race has become so genetically diverse through voluntary and involuntary race mixing that it is very difficult to fit a Negro person into one racial category. Racial classification therefore has to be personal and voluntary and the most acceptable classification a mixed-race person with Negro DNA chooses is to be known as is Black.

In a multicultural society such as the United States, racial classification is even messier. Negros have adapted all sorts of racial classifications. We are either African American, Afro Caribbean, Afro-Latino, Colored, Mulatto, or Nigga. Some Black people are even using corrupt religious ideology to classify themselves as Arab, Moor, or Hebrew.

Whatever we want to call ourselves, other races only see us as Afrakan based on our skin tone, hair texture, and other common Negroid physical characteristics. Other races hate and discriminate against us because of our physical characteristics but we know that there is strength in unity. That is why our dark skin color is our greatest unifier.    

Understand that blackness is the essence of the universe and the origin of all things physical. Scientists say 99% of the universe exists in darkness. How do they know? Well, through observation of the heavens, scientists have extrapolated that number based on the distance between the Stars. For instance; the closest star next to our sun is Sirius which is 8.6 Light years away.

A Light year is the distance it takes Light to travel in one year. Now imagine that Light from our Sun only takes 8 minutes to reach us at a distance of 93 million miles. To get even deeper; we only see the light from the Sun because of the Earth’s atmosphere due to the way that our vision works. In other words, in space Light has to be filtered for us to see it.

This explanation of Light and Vision leads to the most important question of all; is space empty? The simple answer is, no. Dohgon Cosmogony explains that Space is an ocean of Pure Dark Energy Waves, which are abstract and exist infinitely. Stars are areas within the waves where extreme pressure causes a multi-dimensional ripple, eventually forming particles that enter physical reality.

Those particles fuse together to form elements and when a critical mass of elements form, the mass explodes, throwing the heavy elements out while the lighter ones remain and fuse in a nuclear dance we  call a Star. Over time, the heavy elements also crash together to form Planets, Moons, and Asteroids.

This is how the universe was created and Professor Momoh at the Dohgon University of Thought has deciphered the formula for that creation. It is based on waves, colors and natural numbers, which are intricately related. The most important number is zero. It represents infinity and blackness. The 1st number, which is red, has the longest wavelength. It is the easiest color to see because of its long wavelength which is also why it is used in traffic lights, brake lights and hazard signs.

The next numbers are Yellow, Green, Blue and so on. Reality is very simple to understand when you know the basics. That is why Professor Momoh is a living icon of Afrakan intelligence that all Black people wishing to learn more about Afrakan knowledge in Black History Month and all throughout the year, need to connect with.    

The Great Spirit or the intelligence of the universe exists in blackness therefore blackness is the source of all knowledge. Most people confuse and associate knowledge with light. They believe that darkness is a sin, a curse, a danger while Light is good, pure, and intelligent. That is how humanity has developed a fear of darkness. To them, darkness represents ignorance, evil, and Death. Before European and Arab insurrection, Afrakans did not fear the dark.

We loved the night and staring at the stars which is how we created the first astrology charts. The great Pyramids in Egypt were all built in perfect alignment with the stars. The Dohgon tribe of Mali were also able to determine that the light from the star Sirius, is actually light from three Stars, two of which dance in a figure 8 rotation while the 3rd is a dwarf star.    

Darkness is essential to human health but most black people cannot endure 5 minutes of complete darkness due to fear. The primary cause of this acquired fear is religion which uses fear to instill morality. If god said, “Let there be Light”, where did god exist before Light? Doesn’t it logically mean that god was speaking from within the darkness? This Black History Month, we want all Black people to re-associate themselves with darkness.

It is where our ancestors reside and it is where you will find physical and psychological healing. Darkness activates the Pineal Gland in the Brain to produce Melatonin, our most important Hormone. Melatonin is a thick black liquid that is only produced by the Pineal Glans in darkness while we sleep. Melatonin repairs our bodies at the cellular level. 

The best way to get your Pineal Gland working and producing Melatonin is to sleep in complete darkness without any sensory stimulation. That means, no TV, Radio, Incenses, ticking clocks or digital neon lights. Do this for the whole Black History Month and you will notice such a change in your mood and your physical health that you will want to continue sleeping this way for the rest of your life.

Your dreams will become more meaningful and not based on the trauma and fears of your daily encounters because your ancestors will be guiding them. Soon you may even want to enhance your Melatonin production by adopting some Dohgon meditating techniques to enhance your willpower, self-discipline, and concentrating skills.

Why Black History Month? Well, as we take this time to commemorate our history and achievements as a race, it is obvious that our diversity renders us vulnerable to attack from all sides. Our strongest commonality is our Nubian genetics; therefore, we must unite under that commonality, otherwise our race will disintegrate like sand in the wind.

We know that Blackness is the essence of the universe, which is the Great Spirit. Blackness is the source of all knowledge, understanding, and wisdom and since we were created in Blackness, we could never be anything but great.     

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