"When I wrote this book, 'BLK Excellence: Return to the Eternal Self' I wanted it to be the guide for individual finding their center point and confident. I believe the research I gathered is essential in our awareness of self. Because of this belief, I am sharing some chapters with you so that we can evaluate together."
Reevaluation of Excellence (Chapter 1)
EX ∙ CEL ∙ LENCE (noun)
The quality of being outstanding or extremely good.
For more than 400 years, we have been conditioned into believing that the color and term “black” is primitive or the official representation of the lowest form of creation. This global assumption of “black being lesser” has conditioned our civilization into practicing the belief that “white is right” and that “white is good”, even when blatant evidence contradicts this attitude.
We are living in an interesting time when the millennials are divided between either embracing or shunning this conformity. In this second millennium of the “common era (also known as CE), many of us have noticed the contradictions within the “white is right” notion and have discovered that in most cases, “white” is the product of black. As a product of black, in many of these situations, the fairer version of a previously darker substance, is less concentrated. This awareness that black is the stronger version of white, can be uncovered throughout colonialist history. Particularly, in the blatant practices of trying to create more docile African slaves, by mixing them with European DNA.
“It's just like when you've got some coffee that's too black, which means it's too strong. What do you do? You integrate it with cream, you make it weak. But if you pour too much cream in it, you won't even know you ever had coffee. It used to be hot, it becomes cool. It used to be strong, it becomes weak. It used to wake you up, now it puts you to sleep.”
– Malcolm X
The society we reside in has convinced many of us to fear black and any form of blackness. Evidence of this programming to be fearful of blackness can be detected in various cultural practices. For example, black animals (dogs, cats, rabbits, etc.) are less likely to be adopted because of their color. Darker-skinned people are commonly feared and treated badly by other races of fairer complexion. Nations of people around the world fear to be “too dark” and bleach their skin, in hopes of looking more appealing. Or the fear to become “too dark” and avoid sunlight as much as possible, to avoid being tanned. Naturally, black products, like Vanilla, are bleached to seem more appealing to general consumers.
CNN news hired a team of psychologists and conducted a research report about colorism in the school system. In this report, eight public schools participated (4 in greater New York and 4 in Georgia). The reporters leading this report were Anderson Cooper and Soledad O'Brien, who did a report on children and how they have racial biases. Both black and white children were shown a series of images and dolls that’s the only variation was in color.
“A white child looks at a picture of a black child and says she's bad because she's black. A black child says a white child is ugly because he's white. A white child says a black child is dumb because she has dark skin” (Cooper, 2010)
The results of this report shocked many viewers of this experiment. After all, how could our innocent children be racist? When you examine our culture (worldwide) you will realize that it is inevitable that our children would start to view color in this way. Culturally everything associated with the term white is the opposite of everything associated with the term black. This behavior is even embedded in modern language. It is to the point where the “opposite” doesn’t even need to be a reference, the listener will automatically assume the existence of the opposite. Notably, the term black ice is commonly used in weather reports. In these same reports, there is no mention of white ice, even though white ice exists. If culturally you are expected to view everything associated with white as being docile, it is only natural that the instinctive reaction towards everything associated with black would be treating the black subject as dangerous. It is important to realize that ice is ice and regardless of its appearance, the actual substance is dangerous on the roads. It is delusional to view either version of this substance as lesser.
Meanwhile, as we further examine this concept of blackness, our opinion and bias about this term will begin to change. Outside of the conformities of modern society, we have the potential to discover that many substances, which would be categorized as black or dark, are rich in nutrients. We will also discover that the foundations of all creation are built upon darkness.
According to NASA in their article titled Dark Energy, Dark Matter:
“What Is Dark Energy? More is unknown than is known. We know how much dark energy there is because we know how it affects the universe's expansion. Other than that, it is a complete mystery. But it is an important mystery. It turns out that roughly 68% of the universe is dark energy. Dark matter makes up about 27%. The rest - everything on Earth, everything ever observed with all of our instruments, all normal matter - adds up to less than 5% of the universe. Come to think of it, maybe it shouldn't be called normal matter at all since it is such a small fraction of the universe... First, it is dark, meaning that it is not in the form of stars and planets that we see. Observations show that there is far too little visible matter in the universe to make up the 27% required by the observations. Second, it is not in the form of dark clouds of normal matter, matter made up of particles called baryons. We know this because we would be able to detect baryonic clouds by their absorption of radiation passing through them. Third, dark matter is not antimatter, because we do not see the unique gamma rays that are produced when antimatter annihilates with matter. Finally, we can rule out large galaxy-sized black holes based on how many gravitational lenses we see. High concentrations of matter bend light passing near them from objects further away, but we do not see enough lensing events to suggest that such objects make up the required 25% dark matter contribution.” (NASA, u.d.)
What makes this discovery even more fascinating, is that the Kemetic people documented a similar concept of both dark energy and dark matter, over 10,000 years ago.
Is it not exciting to know that we are all a product of blackness? This type of blackness goes well beyond skin color. This type of blackness is so black, that we are incapable of distinguishing the richness of its color. The foundations of the universe, including all of the particles and atoms, are formed from this matter. This is the energy that grounds us and fills us up with power and purpose. We see skin color on this physical plane or physical realm called Aye. But in higher dimensions of awareness, we are all black, as we have no physical form.
Black Lives Matter.
The more you are in tune with yourself and the universe, the more you will be able to identify interesting traits of the physical reality. In this dimension, people are bound to instinctively imitate actions of higher dimensions. That is what the statement “as above, so below” means. Everything that occurs above us in the heavens (or higher dimensions) will occur in this reality as well. The only difference is that unlike those who are aware in higher dimensions, those who are disconnected in this dimension are unconscious of their actions.
The popular statement “black lives matter” has always been puzzling to me. From a writer’s perspective, I always viewed the statement as an incomplete sentence. There is no direction or conclusion or explanation for the statement. It is simply left open-ended. But when I began studying BLK Excellence, I began to see the true meaning behind the statement that most are unconsciously aware of. English is an interesting language, for starters. The word “lives” can be pronounced in two different ways to produce two different meanings.
In one sense, “lives” is a verb that can refer to multiple “lives”, as in to remain alive. Or it can refer to living in a particular place. Thus, I translate the “Black Lives Matter” statement to read:
Black lives [in] Matter [and thus] Black lives matter.
As in everything, the unconscious unconsciously imitates cosmic order. This truth can be found in the statement, Black Lives Matter. White American bigots produced a counterstatement “All Lives Matter” as a means to shut down the Black Lives Matter movement. The paradox is that Black lives in Matter and thus Black lives matter, and since the matter is in everything, then it is true that “All Lives Matter” as it is true that all lives are essentially based on blackness.
Black Lives Matter = All Lives Matter
In other words, even though the bigots attempted to diminish the Black Lives Matter statement, the same bigots were unintentionally saying the same thing or unintentionally agreeing in the essential value of blackness. This realization leads us to another important factor, which is self-hate. If a man hates everything black and his entire being is based on blackness, then that man is not simply a racist but a victim of self-infliction and self-hate.
It is the most real and oldest form of justice… the reality of identifying that we are all the one color. Consequently, you should start to understand the concept of why black is excellent. As it exists in everything and everything is the product of black.
Our ancestors understood the connection between the spiritual world and our reality and the power of blackness. Their knowledge was vaster than what we can currently comprehend. However, even from the mere fragments that we can decode, we can witness pure greatness. The energy that created us and the power that is within us, is black energy and our spirits, our Eternal Selves, have a seat amongst this black energy… our Eternal Selves are sitting within the Divine Black Energy. Therefore, the act of practicing BLK Excellence is practicing how to reconnect with our Eternal Selves or practicing how to reconnect to true blackness. By reconnecting to this power, we can open new doors and find new opportunities that will help enhance our lives.
Excerpt from the book: BLK Excellence - Return to the Eternal Self
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