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The Revolt
By Brion Heru'El Ofrika Bey   
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Last edited: Monday, January 26, 2009
Posted: Monday, January 07, 2008

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Excerpts from newly revised book, The Revolt.

When we revolt we are saying that we are tired of the bullshit being fed to us by the media, religious institutions, the educational system, and reality itself. This is no way for a God to live. As we move about this mundane reality we are bombarded with notions of truth and are expected to swallow it without so much as a question. No one idea can explain everything. You will find that both God and science fall short of an explanation for it all. But, when they are combined a greater understanding of reality is made. For instance, something as subtle as the essence is everlasting and cannot be dissected or studied. It is found in objects and animals and is as real as any individual and deserves to be recognized on all levels of study. But, science can’t bring to light any part of it and so on some levels it is dismissed. The same can be said of religion and its overlooking of the facts that are produced from physics or molecular analysis. No longer should we allow religion to govern our morals and scientists to dictate our level comfort. These are things to be decided within an individual and not by popular vote. Technological advancement and regular church attendance are signs of spiritual decline and material growth. To reap the full benefits of the objective realm we must first see ourselves and world in a subjective light. What we need is already in us. This power lays dormant for our protection and surfaces only when invoked by the individual. It has been labeled by the laymen as supernatural, which in itself is an oxymoron seeing that super implies having anything extra while natural describes normality. This is a prime example of the misunderstandings about being human and existing in reality. It is a fully functioning human that exhibits any kind of supernatural power, while the rest of us are just half dead wannabes living for whatever form of self gratification we can find. The harnessing of such power is frowned upon by governments, for it may start a trend that they insist humanity is not yet ready for. But, the reality is that they aren’t ready for it. These authorities don’t want to see us in a state of equilibrium. Especially, since their principle reason for existence plays on dissent within the human race. This power, when properly channeled, will be the revolutionary’s key to unlock the doors to salvation. So when the people do revolt, please remember that they are just tired and feel that this might be the only means of voicing their opinion. Revolution is change and a change is going to come. This is the poor and the hungry’s time for revolution. I call them poor because they lack the wealth that comes with being spiritual and hungry because they are spiritual and know that there is more to being who they are than what is being shown. That is why I say stand up for your revolution. I’m not asking anyone to die for revolution or for what they believe; I am asking that you live for it. In the end all we are is God and our effectiveness in this life will dictate to the universe exactly what we deserve. Any alterations in reality that you do see will start from within and expand to the borders of your being, and that my friend is the start of the revolt.  

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