Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Womb War!

The billboards, sponsored by a coalition of pro-life organizations such as Georgia's' Right to Life, The Radiance Foundation and Operation Outrage with, have declared that "The most dangerous place for an African American child is inside the womb." I have, from time to time, read up and watched this senseless womb war that has climbed these billboards and it is still fuming with a very offensive odor.

This ad is a trick; an attempt to get women of color or African American women to actually have more abortions. If the most dangerous place is a black woman's womb then she may very well come to believe that and think of her divine sacred space as a destructive and dangerous one.  How so? Well, the masses have routinely bought into the countless ads that stream across their TV & computer screens, billboards, continually hypnotized by radios, newspapers, magazines, coupons and more.  Ads shape minds, influence choices and drive decisions every single second of the day.  This is just another message added to the internalized database of the human psyche as it exists within the longstanding perimeters of society.  This ad has been carefully written and designed to continually drive the self-esteem & self -confidence of African American women & blacks underground.

"Few can really understand the problem, the answer will come out of it, because the answer is not separate from the problem." -- Krishnamurti

On the other hand there's truth, damn truth and then there's statistics. Or some might say there's lies, damned lies and statistics. So what is it about numerical data that sparks such trust in people and in my case - distrust? Anything involving numbers are left to the so-called experts who take it and have a field day to make the values suit the demands of the highest bidders.  Statistics are just that - numbers compiled by humans but they do not give us the entire picture or framework of an issue; they do not contain the damned truth. Let's take the abortion statistics for example, where in these abortion rates do private abortions come in? How many do you suppose are going on behind the door marked private and what do you think the demographics look like? Come on now... the abortion rates you read and see are from governmental, public, non-private, non-profit agencies -who must report to and abide by government rules. Let's tally them up again and see how drastically the landscape or picture changes when you add the private world.

"In the hands of a skilled debater, statistics can be made to illuminate whatever needs to be illustrated."

While some or very few have added their voices, here and there, protesting and writing up their opinions there are some like Pro-life activist Dr. Alveda King who reacted to the removal of this billboard advertisement in Manhattan. “It is an outrageous act of censorship that this billboard was taken down,” King said. “This billboard should be posted in every city of the country." King somehow believes that this billboard is a wake-up call, the hard truth or a bitch slap that African Americans need.  Sounds like one who believes that the tender mercy of a heathen is cruelty. Yeah, tell them their precious womb is dangerous so they can stop having abortions, actually stop having SEX for that matter.  On the other hand Al Sharpton - man from a womb - had begun planning a protest before the billboard was taken down in New York City but his reasoning... "the billboard sends a message of racial profiling and discourages a woman's right to choose." So there you have it just one of the many faces of this womb war.

As the intellectual fools toy around with words and dance their political steps, play their lower mind games what do you suppose this message instills in our children? The ones whose eyes lay upon them as they sit in their car seats or walk by. What seeds will grow and harvest in the minds/hearts of little girls that believe that their 'wombs' are destructive and the minds of little boys who grow up seeing the wombs they came from as a dangerous place?  The results of these thoughts and beliefs will, no doubt, be extremely detrimental to the continuation of our African lineage and that is the target of these advertisers. To destroy the peace and future of people of African descent. Haven't they done that enough? The effects are long term and detrimental, but how many can foretell of such a gloomy future? How many can think highly of the WOMB, understand its sacred language, know its divine power and honor its place in the greater scheme of life? 

"Government Statistics: The Art of Mass Deception!"     

The numbers say that African American women make up a small percentage of the population, while they make up the highest percentage of abortion rates. Small minds see this as staggering digits, lower economic manifestations, poverty driven, etc, etc. What big minds see these as a power play of deception, the masking of the creative, sexual and regenerative powers of the black woman's womb; the downplay of her place in the earth's womb lineup; distorting the natural and creative powers of black women so that the white woman will not be under scrutiny. The black woman's white female counterpart whose overwhelming infertility rates have not only created a cluster of unhealthy and dangerous fertility drugs, stirred up competition within the wombs of the races, but growing infertility brings forth questionable humans beings. How authentically human can those borne through the cold and detached fertility process be? What happens in the long run when the natural birthing process has been altered and tampered with? Let the genetic modification of humans and the cloning process continue?

Where are the billboards that should say, "The most dangerous place for a White person is in the womb!" The longstanding history of wreckage, distortions and abuse to the womb and body resulting from the creations and marketing campaigns of harsh chemicals, pharmaceutical drugs and artificial substances have also driven them to create even more laboratory substances to counteract the many side effects. The packaging and marketing are so attractive and convincing to the mind while the body/spirit/ecosystem deteriorates and decays. Birth control pills alone stand not only as a personal health problem but an environmental one as well.  The EPA has found that excreted or discarded birth control pills are ending up in our waterways, where they have DNA altering, gender-bending effect on fish and marine life. A woman's cycle has been trifled with despite the pharmaceutical literature warnings of migraines, strokes, high blood pressure, blood clots, heart attacks and more.  Women ovulate, then menstruate in order to cleanse our bodies of unfertilized eggs and other toxins while this natural process is inhibited by the pill, tricking the body into thinking that it is pregnant all the time. It shuts off ovulation.  So triplets, quadruplets, and even football teams are being conceived and cut out of the wombs of mostly white women who run to the growing artificial fertility industry for a way to ram those fertile eggs into their barren wombs which will then be sliced out. What kind of humans are being birthed through these processes do we know yet? In the name of preventing the extinction of the white race? Who sees that?

So you see, it's a trick - again! And in the process these one track minded, profit-driven establishments are trying to derail and dismember the African woman's WOMB POWER and succeeding once again at it with my blind and gullible African American family joining in a battle against their own selves.  And as the political play continues and the plight of destroying the African woman in the diaspora as well as on the continent continues, I - in my own knowing and discerning - am currently swimming in the power currents and dark waters of my own womb. The project I began last year continues to open doors within me that I had shut myself out of.  Damn the womb has a lot of surprises tucked away! My ongoing research, discoveries, spiritual trainings, mental/physical work, womb sessions, workshops, etc continue reveal the deep, dark, mystery and infinity of our wombs. These experiences are showing me just how many 'carriers of the womb' are disconnected from their own, not prepared, nor ready to face the contents this 'pandora box' contains. And that's an understatement!! Very few know the troubles I have seen; even less know of the dark tunnel I am travel through on this "Womb" journey - not just for me but for all women.  In the wisdom of my soul, may the ancient wisdom and womb accounts be documented and shared in depth and details through my own efforts to help cultivate higher womb consciousness. 

Too often we give our children answers to remember rather than problems to solve. 
-- Roger Lewin

With my right foot outside of the realm of the US and my left foot still here while I build upon my ongoing sacred "Green Womb" project and research, I differ on the views of the common mind and the predictive public opinion.  I naturally stand outside with arms folded as I peek the political boxing ring, the social entrapment dungeon, the economic party room of corporations. Where is the spiritual truth of this ordeal that African women have been subjected to? Clearly we have still not understood these challenges and trials that have been put before us.  Complacency has kept us locked in a hamsters cage. We are moving but going no where fast. Consider the long term harm that these grounds will breed.

The womb is no space to mess with. It's darkness is very dark, very powerful and its abilities are endless. And seeing the negative and lower association of a black woman's sacred spot is a historical trend that has been going on for hundreds of years with men dictating and claiming rulership over women's body.  We are all associated with the womb, whether you are a woman carrying one in the center of your body, a woman who has chosen to or left with no choice but to remove hers or a man that came here on this planet through one.

The ads are so easy to see through with their intent to further damage the minds and hearts of African American women and families, while it empowers corporations with new sophisticated and illusive ways and means of damaging our wombs. But not all eyes can see through the veil. If you look at the ad with discernment and rise above the usual way of thinking and seeing you will realize that those of us who exist outside the womb are at the even greatest danger and risk than the seeds of human life that are attempting to grow and come through.  Damned truth is ... this ad is an insult, an attack on African American women.

"Change only favours minds that are diligently looking and preparing for discovery"

So as the racial struggle continues and manifests in new and cunning ways, it may even be more accurate to say that ... "The most dangerous place for an African American is outside the Womb!" 

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