On Afrikan Cosmogony

​Afrikans believe that there is a cosmogony which goes from God to the deities and orisha to ancestors to elders to adults to children to the unborn. This was never problematic until Eurocentric philosophy which is fundamentally materialist, desacralized, and atheistic and argues that there is no reality outside of the creation of the consciousness of man, turning the African universe on its head. We go from man being an emanation of the divine and of nature to its architect. I believe that that idea is self-evidently false but useful for a people who intend to colonize, commodify, and objectify the world, obey no gods,and honor nothing beyond their own wills. I call this the Luciferian imperative in Eurocentric reasoning.


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