Keep Seeking

“Powerless to defend a world consumed by false truths, we have 🌿become🌿 leaves sheaved upon scorched🔥roots. The flames 🔥 which maimed our history are orchestrated by invisible and visible enemies who withhold the ways of old in secrecy, wisdom which should be provided equally, only fragments of Divine content with proper context are scattered into circulation, limited access of information for the purpose of awakening. We must come into Sankofa translated as, Affirmation and re-connection of the spirit, we cannot let the ways of ancient Earth perish, to flourish is to know and proceed to know, to grow and proceed to grow, yet this lack of power seems to devour our confidence, frail human bodies with expansive consciousness, living on ideals which align with our common sense, yet the ways of uncommon may free us from our problems, I will keep seeking until I’ve solved them.”

❤️ Ricardo Hanley Jr. ❤️

Here is my poem entitled "Friday The 13th" which was my IllusionChallenge entry for @doortooursouls I loved the challenge and now have adopted a new title for my piece calling it now "Illusion" let's us all dispel falsehood. Dispel negative connotations surrounding divinity. Unlearn and relearn. 🖤🖤🖤🖤 "Riding the backs of black cats, my team of witches crossed under several ladders. We stormed through the town breaking mirrors, while preaching the doctrine: "7 years of bad luck doesn't matter." Breathing life into the town folk dispelling vanity, with quotes that evoke, whom you ask? Burnt offerings covering the open skies in smoke, as we laugh. Again they inquire we stoke the fire and chant "who wants to know!? who wants to know!?" Knowing not if they carry the intent of friend or foe, we keep our rituals a secret. For those who forget History, are those condemned to repeat it. We know well, we have seen it. Aboriginals stripped of everything original. Imperial genocide of their entire lives with added connotations surrounding their black origins, becoming hijacked and demonized. Caution has become our ally, essential for our survival and revival. Once labeled tradition, twice labeled religion and thrice superstition, diluting our convictions to mere belief. Who wants to know? Who wants to know? Our chanting will never cease." – Ricardo Hanley Jr.🖤🖤🖤🦋

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