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The Church of the Cosmic Mother:
Metaphysics for the African American Seeker
Cover art courtesy of the African-descendants Foundation, Inc.
Language plays a crucial role in the thought processes that inform our belief systems and guide our actions. In American culture, the language we and our children live by teaches us that there is nothing virtuous about being Black. Some of the definitions of the word “black” that can be found in any English-language dictionary are:
WICKED, EVIL, HEINOUS, VILLAINOUS, BAD, TRAGIC, DISASTROUS, CALAMITOUS, CATASTROPHIC, CATACLYSMIC, WRETCHED, WOEFUL, AWFUL, TERRIBLE, GRIEVOUS, MISERABLE, UNHAPPY, SAD, BROKEN-HEARTED, GRIEF-STRICKEN, SORROWFUL, ANGUISHED, DESOLATE, DESPAIRING, DISCONSOLATE, DOWNCAST, DEJECTED, SULLEN, CHEERLESS, MELANCHOLY, MOROSE, GLOOMY, GLUM, MOURNFUL, DOLEFUL, FUNEREAL, DISMAL, FORLORN, ABJECT, MACABRE, WEIRD, UNHEALTHY, GHOULISH, MORBID, PERVERTED, GRUESOM, SICK…
Is it any wonder that full parity with White America still continues to elude us after more than 450 years of being on these shores?
This book is an introduction to the concept of the Divine Feminine as the lost connection between blackness and holiness. It recaptures that relationship through correlating both religious and scientific facts that dispel the deception that black is evil. The Church of the Cosmic Mother goes into detail about how creation takes place using metaphysical principles and practices. It is a guide and a call to action for us to CREATE more of our own systems, businesses, institutions and organizations to challenge and triumph over the effects of racism on the minds livelihoods of Black people in America.
In the Works…
Never Toil Again:
Great Career Advice For the African American Seeker
If you’re looking for great career advice on how to find a job, my apologies. This is not the book for you. If you take issue with Black nationalism, Black liberation, Black autonomy as a nation-within-a-nation, then I caution you to read no further. But if anything about Black self-determination strikes a chord in your heart, if in your own life you are experiencing the ravages of racism and are hungry for change, or if you are feeling unfulfilled in your life even at a high level of achievement, then please read on.
The career advice offered here is about entrepreneurship, leadership, and relationship. It is about bringing forth your divine gifts to help heal a suffering world while you enrich yourself personally. That’s right, I said enrich yourself. Many of us have been brought up with the erroneous idea that wealthiness runs contrary to goodness. We are told in scripture that it’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. As a result, we are often more comfortable with humbler words like prosperity and abundance than with wealth and riches. We have even been misled into referring to vast wealth as being “filthy rich”—a term coined by the rich to make poor people think there’s something wrong with wanting and acquiring great wealth. Being wealthy is neither dirty nor immoral. Just the opposite. It is the divine entitlement of every person on the planet who dares to claim it.
(excerpt from the Introduction)
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