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HUMANE IN AFRICAN & EUROPEAN TRADITIONS

by Dr. Joseph A. Bailey II, MD., FACS on 12th-July-2017

In Africa’s Creation story, all “humans-to-be” in the Spiritual Circle of Wholism prior to their first Earthly birth were instilled with the Cosmic Force’s androgynic protoplast. These Spiritual Elements Genetics (i.e. Unconditional Love, Truth, Reality, and the Natural), with Attributes of “Caring,” Nonaggression, and Compassion, made for a Humane Group Mind. In turn, these imparted such Humanity virtuous “Roots” as human-ness and morality; the desire for all to live in Peace and Harmony; and to submit ones own needs for the benefit of ones community. The African Ubuntu’s interpersonal interaction guiding “Vine” Principles became: Hospitality; Compassion; Empathy; Tolerance; Respect; Interdependence; Collective Solidarity; Patience; Kindness; Reconciliation; Cooperation; Supportive-ness; Forgiveness; and Warmth. To cultivate and live by Humane displays of consistent good relationships with and good behaviors towards all good people necessitated skilfull development of Africans’ Pre-birth Emotions and Pure Intellect tools. This worked as Human Ideals for Right Life Living for the 198,000 of 200,000 years of Humankind’s existence—e.g. no police, no jails. Then invading Europeans’ completely opposite way of living overwhelmed all Goodness. From their very beginning 45,000 years ago and throughout ancient Europe, warriors were fighting battles everywhere—and without any period of meaningful peace. As self-declared Supernatural cults—i.e. operating out of a Fantasy World–constant warring made them heirs to huge numbers of Slaves. To control their minds, the victors took away their Human-ness and Humanity by characterizing the Enslaved as “prostrate on the earth”—and thus “expendable.” In addition, they substituted their own Supernatural God, Hell, and Devil. In that make-believe existence, the Enslaved were brainwashed to have “Belief and Faith”. Meanwhile, since the Roman Empire’s greatest troublemakers were Germanic peoples, the Franks became mercenary warriors for the Romans. Besides their intermingling giving rise to the broad sense of the Medieval Knights, the Franks were particularly important because they laid the foundations for the medieval kingdoms of France and Germany (Bailey, American Crime, p. 22). 

The European Dark Age (460 AD-800 AD) and Middle Age (800-1492) were dangerous times because the majority of Europeans were constantly warring with each other as well as against the mounted hordes from Asia.  By C8, barbaric European warriors, able to fight on horseback, were in great demand by European kings who needed to protect their castles–as much from neighbors as from foreign invaders. By these “street-fighting” warriors attaching themselves to royal courts as body guards, they became “civilized” barbarians in the crudest sense. An ancient European warrior mindset showed as the Medieval Knights catering to their upper classes (who had a Satanism orientation) while disregarding their unlike lower class fellows. In their best state, even among the more “civilized” medieval European knights who populated the castles, they were “either/or” thinkers, amoral, unfeeling, rough, and blind to all else except excessive physical force. Whereas knights who disliked each other still respected each other sufficiently to be civil, to all others they made no civil attempts. This was a 2000 BC practice carried forth from ancient Aryans (and ancient Persians/Iran also used the same name)—were warring semi-nomads who lived in the grasslands of Eastern Europe—who would fight each other for entertainment. Yet, whenever they faced a common threat, they stopped fighting each other to join forces in fighting the common enemy–as seen in the "civility" politics of today. Yet, the Knight's Code–centering on honor, loyalty, religion, generosity, and courtesy–only applied to members of a knight's own class (i.e. other knights, lords, and their ladies). Since the code did not apply to “Low Fellows”–those of “low birth,” like peasants and tradesmen–a knight, by believing himself to be superior, would act as badly as he pleased toward "Low Fellows."

To illustrate how this mindset dominated the African invented game of chess, knights renamed the pieces for roles played in the courts of kings during the Middle Ages—king, queen, knight, and bishop; showing subtle religious Racism by the white items on the chess board getting the first move because black is what Europeans attributed to be the devil; and playing Chess’ strategies modeled on how wars were fought at that time. Nothing has changed. jabaileymd.com; JABLifeSkills; Theievoice.com

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