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The Slave Bible a familiar spirit


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In the book of Leviticus chapter twenty verse 6, God commands the children of Israel not to go after familiar spirits. The Hebrew definition of a familiar spirit is a wizard, a one who practices sorcery. One of the spells that a familiar spirit cast is to mix truth with falsehood. African slaves who were brought to America, the Caribbean and their descendants have been victims of familiar spirits. The “Slave Bible”, was a familiar spirit manifested in the physical form. A sinister plot was put into motion by the publishers of the ‘”Slave Bible” to carefully remove certain chapters  from the bible while others remained, thus giving the illusion that the “Slave Bible” was ordained by God. The reasons for producing the Slave Bible are as follows:

a)    To strip the slave of divine knowledge of being created in God’s image and claiming the rights of a holy relationship with God.

b)   To conceal the true identity of the salve master and familiar spirits (wizards).

c)    To promote idolatry by stressing the false requirement of loyalty to the slave master.

d)   Psychological manipulation to accept blasphemy. In other words slaves were mis-lead to believe that the natural order of God’s creation was to make the Africans in America and the Caribbean’s slaves.  Attempts to escape from bondage or rebel would be going against God’s commandments.

 

By. Herbert Addison Burns

www.onlineafricanamericanhistory.weebly.com

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On 9/23/2021 at 7:59 AM, Addison said:

One of the spells that a familiar spirit cast is to mix truth with falsehood.

 

On 9/23/2021 at 7:59 AM, Addison said:

giving the illusion that the “Slave Bible” was ordained by God.

 

Awesome!!! 

 

On 9/23/2021 at 7:59 AM, Addison said:

The reasons for producing the Slave Bible are as follows:

 

a), b), c) and d) Awesome!!!

 

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