We Can Know the World is Changing When the African Woman Freely Speaks Her Mind, Globally.  YouTube.

The Dr. Mumbi Show is a single black woman, from Kenya, East Africa, teaching.

Dr. Mumbi is fascinating to watch and listen to; she is brash and vivid, bursting with the sometimes good news she is telling us, even though it might paradoxically be some of the saddest news on earth.  Hers is the enthusiasm  of the person who sees light in the murkiest of shadows.  She sees it, shares it, interprets it, then wraps it all in a Bob Marley-esque teaching about black people’s connection to the ancient God or “Jah” of the Bible, or “the Most High,” who was stolen from Africans by the fake Hebrews about whom we have been, lately, learning so much. It helps that I have always loved Yeshua (Jesus) as a spirit and as a teacher. I’ve never had the slightest resistance to the fact that he was probably black– weren’t most folks in those hot territories back then?  I feel the same about Buddha.  I smile every time I notice his knotty hair.

Start anywhere watching Dr. Mumbi.  I liked very much her take on the recent Royal Wedding.  Also her thoughts on world transformation caused by  the imminent collapse of the Matrix, something that was perhaps signaled by the recent Red Moon. Say what!? There is a brilliant lesson on Neo-Colonialism, complete with chart, that all our people in America, especially the children, need to see. Our children who are always asking us: Well why is Africa still so poor?  Unlike many who have chosen to remain clueless about reptilians, secret societies, pedophilia rings and human sacrifice and worse, she appears conversant with these things and appears to have more than a clue.

It has been a long time – forever – since the world has had opportunity to learn from an African woman who is free enough to speak her mind – to millions, if not billions, of people who are ready to learn what she has to teach; Or at least to sit still long enough to consider it.  Dr. Mumbi – whatever one may think of her Biblical connections and interpretations, of which there are many, or her view that vaccines in Africa are being used to depopulate the continent – is a teacher of global importance for this time. I find her interesting, even, or especially, when our views differ radically, as,  for instance, on Donald Trump.

(I have had so many questions about African dictators, the colonial French impact on both Haiti and its African colonies, the way its former colonies are still paying cash for their “liberation”; England’s cruel hand in almost everybody’s misery, Rwanda and its odd turn to the right; why so many Africans leave home for places that don’t welcome them;  what’s up with  China’s strong presence on the continent, etc. that Dr. Seraki’s thoughts, however one evaluates them, are a breath of fresh air.)

At the end of each sometimes distressing lesson Dr. Mumbi blows us a kiss.  We really need this to remind us we are loved no matter how much trouble we are in.  It is as well- given our frightening planetary predicament- a reminder that if we face our sorrows together there might possibly develop a lightness of spirit to accompany the terrifying burden of our endlessly escalating disasters.

Alas, Sister Mumbi does not support gayness/lesbianism in any form, and certainly not same sex love and marriage.  She doesn’t understand it as I do as a part of Creation loving Itself.  She also does not condone abortion or a woman’s right to choose whether to have children.  Even as there is a war on children, already born,  around the world, one that has been going on unrecognized by most people, perhaps forever. How to continue to hear and respect our people when their light is shining but not on everyone?

There is a poem by Vietnamese poet T. N. H. (my computer won’t let me write his name!) that speaks to this.  It is called Recommendation. Clue:  Martin Luther King, Jr. recommended him for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Promise me

Promise me this day

Promise me now

while the sun is overhead

exactly at its zenith,

promise me.

 

Even as they strike you down

with the mountain of hatred and violence;

even as they step on you and crush you like a worm

even as they dismember and disembowel you,

remember, brother, sister,

remember:

man is not your enemy.

 

The only thing worthy of you is compassion

invincible, limitless, unconditional.

Hatred will never let you

face the beast in man.

 

One day, when you face this beast alone,

with your courage intact, your eyes kind,

untroubled

(even as no one sees them)

our of your smile

will bloom a flower.

And those who love you

will behold you

across ten thousand worlds of birth

and dying.

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Those who love us are obviously wanting us to learn to love.  Compassion, not disdain or ridicule, is our only hope of advancing from the stagnant level of misunderstanding and rage where so many of us live.

 

Video source: Dr. Mumbi Show YouTube Channel

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