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Vain worshippers under the sun

13 August 2014, 08:21 Onyeji Dominic

Everywhere I went under the Sun, I saw gatherings of worshipers in miserable places where there seem to be no trace of light. Greater number of them was the black and they were seen as souls worshiping in limbo where there is little or no light. I mean the souls were featured as figures in dusk, and it was revealed to the wise in great insight. We see them everywhere worshiping nothing in darkness. It means that the worshipers were in illusion because they did not know that their worship was in vain.

Come to thinking of it! We read in dictionary (Collins) that worship means admiring love or devotion which a person shows as formal expression of religious adoration. This definition implies that worship of God requires love, and there is no love without sharing. Something like love can never do without giving and taking. This is true because every wise fellow knows that love is reciprocal in nature. It means that two parties must be involved in it "mutually" and there must be something to share "equally".

I have to say all these because I know what I see as an erudite seer under the Sun. If we ask me, I will tell us plainly that I see gatherings of figures worshiping in dusk everywhere in Africa but the love item (token) to share is not there and besides, there is nothing there that looks like "second party" in the dark. The worshipers are just seen in various gathering of figures worshiping and sharing nothing in dusk, a mental state known to the wise as limbo.

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I know that what I have said here is strange but wise ones everywhere know that I am not a stranger to them in anyway. One will not be wrong if one says that my words here are strange to fools. It takes wisdom and insightful mind to get me right, and if we go to the wise for good reason they will tell us that God dwells above and his presence has no room in limbo or darkness.

What I know is that God is light in Supernatural. The light is known to the wise as illumination. It shines from above, and the shining is meant for "good".

The problem is that limbo has nothing good to offer in nature. It is a state of folly, and the place is too far away from the Supernatural due to lack of progress, improvement and advancement. The figures there are counted as wasted lives. They are just there worshiping in vain because nothing like light is seen illuminating the minds and souls for good (productivity). That is why the state (place in limbo) is miserable together with the retarded souls and worshipers that are seen there like figures.

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I have said something like this before in my write ups. Let me say it once again that Africa is lost in downhill. This is true in many ways. The people are suffering in general and the ugly situation is mentally seen as "hell" from abyss of decadence.

Things like insight and intuition told the wise that African souls are too many in downhill. Their places of worship are situated in limbo and most of them are very close to the abyss. They feel the heat of hell and it reflects as great suffering in their real lives under the Sun. That is why majority of the black are in perpetual suffering.

What I am saying in essence is that the acts of worship in Africa are total waste of time. The black should stop attending churches and mosques. I mean they should rather begin to worship the white because it is obvious that their lives are in hands of white men, not in hands of God. If anybody doubts me here, let us put it to practice and see the result in reality. I mean let us repatriate the white and see what will happen. Just ask all the white men in Africa to leave! Yes!!! If I may ask! Do we really need the white? What are they doing in Africa? I mean if they are not gods for the black to worship, what are they?

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I have to ask all these because I see that the black are virtually depending on the white for every good (product) under the Sun. If we look closely in wisdom, we will see that every vital thing (utility) in Africa is made, manufactured or produced by white men including things like generators, plants and transformers. It means that everything in Africa (including lives and resources) will go down in misery without any hope and trace of remedy if the people dear remove white men and their products from their retarded continent in limbo.

So, let somebody tell us! I mean who said that white men are not worthy of worship in Africa? Let the idiots say it again. If we ask me, I will tell us that I see retarded and benighted animals venerating like fools everywhere in limbo. The wise see them as senseless worshipers in Africa! I mean that is what the black are called in their downright folly and vain worship. Complete idiots and empty-headed worshipers in limbo! Nonsense things in misery! That's the black! Sorry!

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