Thursday, August 31, 2017

Reason For Restoration



Restoration is for the purpose of bringing one into unity as one with the Whole; to bring one into righteousness, holiness and one with their higher self, which is G-D. 

This is accomplished through love, for self and others; compassion for others.  Respect and honor for others, G-D and the earth.

Restoration is physical in that it is the process given for the recalibration of the human body in conformity with this shift of spiritual energies. It is the physical aspects of spirit/soul becoming attune with Divine Spirit; preparing one to enter into another spiritual realm. 

At the foundation of Restoration is a renewal and change of heart, mind body and soul.

It is always a spiritual thing.  Everything and every one is pliable and controlled by the physics of spiritual energy whether dark energy or light energy; whether holy or unholy energy. However, in this case, the physical before the spiritual, which promotes the spiritual revelation of as above so below.

Spiritual energy needs a vehicle in which to ride in this 3rd dimension we call earth. That vehicle is the soul within humans, mammals, animals, trees/plants, the air that we breath. Even the soil radiates a living energy that emanates from the core of Mother Earth—Gaia.

Restoration is Environmental on the corporal level that dictates the quality of life for humans while here on this earth. 

We humans are the products of our environment.  If our environment is polluted, we are polluted.  If one learns in a spiritually polluted environment, their spirit/soul is polluted. 

Therefore, Restoration serves as a primal in conjunction with the physical, mental and spiritual to make humans aware of the conditions not conducive to a holy, healthful life that they may get rid of the filters and dysfunctions that pollute their environment of the mind.

Restoration is Economics.  Human kind is of a royal lineage.  Our inheritance is not limited to one aspect of our life. Our DNA is perfect.  Our Soul is perfect.  Our Spirit is perfect.  However, because of an imperfect environment mankind forgot their perfect attributes.  Forgetting who we are and why we are here on this earth, we become products of the dark energies that most often we created within our own mind as a result of living and learning in a polluted environment.

Within our DNA, through our Innate and Akash Records; houses the Divine Intellect, wisdom and creativity for inventions, advanced technology, physics, science all that humans need that would and could create personal wealth; establish lucrative business ventures and markets; restructure the world’s financial System; overhaul the entire economy of the world.  This occurs through Pure Intent with Integrity.

Restoration is Spiritual. We humans are spiritual beings housed in a physical body.  We are the gods and creators of this earth.

Within the DNA of humans, we have been given ability to heal ourselves and to live a long healthful and prosperous life.

We have lost our godly attributes because we have left our first love—the way of our Ancestors; the Ancients of Days. We have become acclimated to a foreign and dark way of Life that has molded us into a negative beastly dark energy that has taken over our godly attributes.

This is why Restoration.  This is why our Ancestors have become instrumental in saving us from those dark evil energies who wants to destroy their royal seed.

Yes, there is a spiritual war going on in the spiritual realms between dark and light forces. This is the Armageddon. 

Until the Shift; until the spiritual convergence, the dark energy has ruled on this earth. However, provisions have been made by the Ancients to bring us into the awareness of self.  They have opened the portals of knowledge and Light energies
that would bring us to the realization of who we are and restore the creative powers that has been imbued within us. 

The Way has always been, however, the Ancients have a System, they cannot infringe upon humans free-will. Therefore they have not intervened directly on our behalf and have always waited for human kind to open their hearts and mind to receive their redemption through pure intent of their free choice.

The choice is still ours.  Do we make the Shift into spiritual convergence or do we continue to allow darkness to control? 

It is we who choose! Know that our Ancestors are winning the war.  Know that the dark forces are flailing and thrashing about attempting to hold onto the deceptive false and negative energies that have controlled humans and this earth for eons.  They know that they are losing the battle!  They have lost the war!

The ball is in our court! We are the retrievers and it is time for humans to ace it!  No more deuces!  No more disadvantages!  No more penalties. The baseline has been set and is sure. The blocks have been deployed; the game is a wrap, just Golden Slams! 

Restoration has come!  Our Light has come! So it is and always shall be…Catch the Vision!

Hotep Light One Love!
Apostle Rubie James


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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

THOUGHT FOR TODAY - Light Of The World



The ultimate purpose for humankind is to be restored back to gods and creators of their destiny in Divine Union with the Most High God; joint heirs and rulers in the Kingdom. To become the Righteousness of G-D that the Light of Truth, Love and Compassion will shine through us so that those in darkness will be drawn into Light of G-D through the Divine Light that dwells within us. 

Most humans look for G-D in the sky or a place outside of themselves.  We have been taught that it is sacrilege and blasphemy to be the gods we were created to be. This causes one to not only dwell in the lower human consciousness but are unable to receive the pure Light that would cause them to become that Light  and Love as conduits and channels of  that Divine Light.

Why it is a mystery that the world is in the condition it is in today eludes many.  Yet the answer is simple and attainable. However, mankind has been given free-choice to receive or reject. The Christ left us an example how to become transfigured into that light, however, humans began to worship the man versus the Christ Principles or the anointed Principles of the Divine Light that was presented to them. These Christ Principles are the Way, Truth and Light that will restore mankind back into the very Image and Likeness of the gods we were created to be.

Christ made many statements of affirmations and confirmations for humans shedding light on the paths we should follow.  “If you SEE me, you have seen the Farther” was an affirmation for mankind that “just as he is, so are we”. Thus, Restoration back to the Ways of The Ancients

We are that Light that shines upon a hill that cannot be hidden.  However, if the Oil of Light is dim or non existent, how can one who dwells in total darkness see it or come to it?  Catch the vision.


Hotep Light One Love!
Apostle Rubie James


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GHANA IN RETROSPECT 6 THE FALL OF BUSIA




GHANA IN RETROSPECT PART SIX: THE FALL OF BUSIA

Despite the remarkable achievements of Busia in a period of twenty-six months, he was overthrown in a coup d’ etat on January 13, 1972. The architect of the plot from the Fifth Infantry Brigade of the Ghana Army gave a number of grounds: political, social and economic reasons were assigned for Busia’s downfall. 

One area which made the government of Busia unpopular was his disregard for a Constitutional Provision making it obligatory for him and his ministers to declare their assets. Twenty six (26) months after coming into office, most of the Ministers had not complied with this provision. This was of course not acceptable to many Ghanaians, more especially, as it was coming from a government which was committed to work within the framework of the Constitution. Besides, Article 61 (4) of the 1969 Constitution provided that no Minister of State, while in office was to hold any other office of profit or emolument, whether public or private and either directly or indirectly.

In November 1971, however, it came to light through the pages of The Spokesman Newspaper that J. H. Mensah, the Minister of Finance, was the Director of Odumasi Farms Ltd. which was in contravention of the Constitution. The Minority in Parliament tabled a censure motion calling on J.H. Mensah to resign for his flagrant disregard for the Constitution; yet, Busia’s government opposed this move by a vote of 81 votes to 24. This made people to harbour the idea that the government had something up its sleeves.

In line with Article 9 of the Transitional Provisions of the Constitution, the government summarily dismissed 568 public servants for corruption, ineptitude and inefficiency in what became known as "Apollo 568". Not only did the exercise cause a stir among the populace, but as a Western trained democrat, the Prime Minister shocked some of his supporters with his radio and TV broadcast on the night of 20 April, 1970 in reaction to the Supreme Court ruling in the case, Sallah v. Attorney-General.

E. K. Sallah, one of the victims of "Apollo 568" challenged the legality of his dismissal at the Appeals Court presided over by Mr. Justice Apaloo and had judgment given in his favour. Making reference to what he had read from annotation of cases decided by the US Supreme Court (reference was made to a case: Decatur v. Paulding) Busia made it emphatically clear that ’No court can enforce any decision that seeks to compel the Government to employ anyone”. Though this view was legally admissible, it whipped up opposition against the Administration as Busia’s political opponents claimed it was an affront to the judiciary and dangerous to democratic principles under which the rights of the individual were firmly guaranteed. Moreover, coming from a government that had sprung out of people who had condemned the treatment Nkrumah had meted out against the judiciary in the Adamafio-Ako Adjei-Crabbe treason trial, it was a pronouncement the public least expected.

The removal from office of the editor of the Daily Graphic for being critical of Busia’s stance on the then Apartheid Regime in South Africa was seen as an attempt to stiffle press freedom, which in itself, was against the very Constitution which Busia had sworn to uphold and defend. This drew condemnation from the press and a lot of well meaning Ghanaians.

The PP government also failed to establish a Press Trust though it was widely accepted that this was a basic prerequisite of press freedom in Ghana. Busia’s policy of dialogue with the then Apartheid South Africa did not find favour with many Ghanaians and some African states. The PP government’s stance stood in sharp contrast to the country’s earlier position and that of some African countries on apartheid. He thus attracted criticism from the home front and among some African states. However, later political developments which led to the peaceful abolition of apartheid through all race elections in South Africa on 27 April, 1994 showed Busia’s vision as a statesman who was not only committed to peace but that his political thinking put him streets ahead of his critics.

The introduction of the Student Loans Scheme Act of 1971 under which university students were required to, for the first time, contribute to ’ "maintenance charges" whereas the government took care of tuition had a negative image on the government. The scheme came under sharp criticism from both students and parents who felt it was a total deviation from Nkrumah’s fee-free education policy. Some also argued that the scheme was a ploy by government to shirk its responsibility of educating the country’s citizens at that level.

Moreover, it was not good enough for new graduates to be burdened with debt servicing from the start of their working lives. The result of these criticisms was that the PP became unpopular as both parents and students withdrew their support. The imposition of the National Development Levy on workers when they were already suffering led to confrontation between the labour movement and government." This situation came to a head when the government on September 10, 1971 passed the Industrial Relations (Amendment Act, 1971, (Act. 383) to dissolve the TUC as the central organ of the labour movement.

The seventeen (17) unions which constituted the TUC met on the same day to reconstitute the TUC under its old leadership and with the support of the NUGS (allies of the TUC) which issued a strongly-worded statement to condemn the government, the working class became more defiant and confrontational.

This development led to the perception among workers that the PP government was "anti-worker" and therefore an implacable foe which ought to be removed before it imposed more hardships on workers.

In performing their duties in the wake of the Aliens Compliance Order of 1969 the police went to extremes as they carried out the order in an inhumane manner. This led to loss of lives and properties. The Order thus attracted sharp criticism and statements of condemnation from neighbouring states like Togo, Upper Volta (Burkina Faso) and Nigeria whose nationals were mostly affected. Locally, the aliens won the sympathy of Ghanaians as they attacked the government for not restraining the police from the excesses. Busia’s popularity no doubt suffered a jolt by this Order despite its good intentions.

On December 27, 1971, the cedi was devalued by 43.8 per cent against the US$ to, as explained, "restore balance to the economy, control inflation, stimulate new investments and boost industrial production." However, this policy came with economic hardships to consumers and especially to workers in the private sector.

Production levels in industries started to decline, affecting in the process, employment and wages. For instance, labour strength dropped from 109.6 thousand to 101.1 thousand. The average monthly earnings per employee also dropped from 93.29 to 81.O3 These developments added to the sharp increases in the prices of basic consumer goods and services. To reduce the growing production costs, employers had to lay-off some of their workers with its attendant social problems.

Also, the government imposed an unofficial wage freeze. Wages therefore lagged behind inflation. For example, wage earnings went up by only 4.5% on the 1970 level while the consumer price index shot up to over 90.0% after a brief respite in 1970. Yet the demand by workers for upward adjustment of the minimum wage from NC0.75 to NC1.50 was ignored. This made the working class, mostly in the private sector, clamour for a new government which, in their estimation, would do better despite the fact that the Prime Minister had been forthright in presenting the realities of the state of the economy in a nation-wide radio and TV broadcast on New Year’s Eve, 1971.

The PP government was also accused of corruption and what was seen as opulent life-styles by members of government in the face of economic hardships among the mass of the people. In fact, some members of the administration were seen driving, in the estimation of some members of the public, flashy cars and working in plushy offices, a situation which was considered unacceptable. The 10 per cent cut in the defense budget in 1971 and the subsequent cancellation of some benefits enjoyed by the military won enmity for the government among the military as the leader of the coup d’ etat that overthrew him, Colonel I.K. Acheampong, complained that Busia’s government started taking from the Armed Forces the few amenities and facilities they enjoyed even under the Nkrumah regime.

This, Acheampong claimed, affected the morale of the Armed Forces, to the extent that officers could not exert any meaningful influence over their men. By all consideration however, it could be judged from later developments that the coup was staged to serve the selfish interests of Acheampong and the conspirators as the cut in the defense budget for the military was not cited as having significantly affected the operations of the Ghana Army. More importantly, the fact that Acheampong was believed to have stated that he started planning the coup only six (6) months after Busia had assumed office is an indication that he tried to rationalise an unjustifiable act.

Stay tuned for Ghana in Retrospect Part 7: The National Redemption Council (NRC).

Anthony Obeng Afrane


Anthony Obeng Afrane
anthonyafrane54@gmail.com
Writer Social Entrepreneur, Politician 
General Secretary of Ghana        Writers Asociation (GAW)

Author of ten published titles including 
THE AGA OF A POLITICAL GURU








Saturday, August 26, 2017

Can We Talk About How Black Women Are Treated As Threats




“Can We Talk About How Black Women Are Treated As Threats, Too?”  This article from The Root began with: “We tend to focus on the consequences of stereotypes about men but Black women are victims of racial violence as well. Understanding that this is a matter of life…”  As a Black woman, I can attest to the aforementioned statement from experience...We are expected to relent to a way of life not conducive to our greatness; to say, "Yezza Mwezza" in many situations otherwise we are seen as an "uppity Negro" rude and arrogant! Many of us have taken off the mask of deception, having awakened to our greatness.

Black women are still constantly perceived as threats by law enforcement and non people of color. We must begin behaving with that awareness, if we are to understand our plight and why we are so hated and feared.

I came to Ghana from West Linn, Oregon, one day when entering the public transportation system, I was expected to not respond to a denigrating remark made by a White female driver who was quite surprised when I politely and intelligently addressed her disrespect. This was no isolated incident, merely one of too many we women of Diaspora have had to deal with like others before her. 

Racism and discrimination is something that we, as strong Black women of Diaspora have endured mostly every day of our life. In fact, it is their racial ignorance and false air of superiority that has made us strong. 

The most perplexing atrocity is that we come home to our Mother Land-Africa and are treated with disdain, the objects of derision, jealous gossip and ill treatment by our African sisters and brothers to be called Oburoni.

Many Africans think that those of Diaspora had a good life of ease and lived a life of luxury. Too many have no idea of our plight in America or of our history, even our (their) African history. 
This is due to the colonization of Africa and the horrid dysfunctional picture of denigration painted by Western and British media of us for the sole purpose to engender distrust and keep us disjointed. We have worked very very hard for what we have accomplished under forced and industrialized servitude.  Think Diasporas had it easy Think Again!

My African brothers and sisters, I want you to know that it is our Ancestors who has brought us here to set you free from your colonial mindsets that Africa may be "Restored beyond Her former beauty". We are the New Man fulfilling the prophecies of the Ancients of Days!

This article that is no longer available was reposted by me as a memory on FB August 2014. . However, this is an important issue that those of Diaspora still face today, of exponential proportions and must be addressed. My statement is also too important to not repost. I would hope that The Root would revisit the article. I would also hope that those of Diaspora and Africans would get ‘unsensored’ news etc. from a “Black” perspective. 

Hotep Light One Love!
Apostle Rubie James


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