The Sibyls: the First Prophetess' of Mami (Wata): The Theft of African Prophecy by the Catholic Church
  • The Sibyls: the First Prophetess' of Mami (Wata): The Theft of African Prophecy by the Catholic Church
  • The Sibyls: the First Prophetess' of Mami (Wata): The Theft of African Prophecy by the Catholic Church
ISBN: 0971624569
EAN13: 9780971624566
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 6, 2007
Pages: 154
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 9.2" L x 6.3" W
Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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The Theft of African Prophecy by the Catholic Church: For 6,000 years, Africa was ruled by a powerful order of Sibyl matriarchs. They produced the world's first oracles, prophetess and prophets. known as Pythoness, they worked the oracles in the Black Egyptian colonies in ancient Greece, Rome, Turkey, Israel, Syria and Babylon. Their holy temples were more numerous than the churches of today. In ancient Rome, they first established the holy seat of the Vatican advising the world's heads of state. Centuries before Christ, they cured epileptics, the blind, lepers and casted out demons. It was a Sibyl who called-up the spirit of Apostle Samuel. Their pagan prophecies were used by the emerging Roman papals to create a western theological foundation and became the undisputed precursor for their Christian Bible. African women's religious history is finally being unearthed, exposing shocking revelations buried for more than 2000 years.

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   I thought it would be better
It arrived on time, but I was disappointed with the book. I closed the book because it had a lot of replay of sentences over and over, and I was a bit annoyed, but I never looked back.
 
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   Eye opening, truthful, and inspiring…
It's one of my favorite reads. Her findings are accurate and thorough. I tried to debunk some of her findings myself. It's a must read for the Black community and anyone looking for change in society.
 
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   Speechless
I have no words. I hope to meet you one day. Your commitment to sharing this information is appreciated. Ase'
 
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   The Sybils were African Woman!
The book gave me a chance to see all the lies we were told. The images they displayed were of white women, which is a lie. I will not stop knowing the truth until those around me know it as well. Great book.
 
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   Outstanding purchase
The book was in great condition. I expected it to arrive at least a week ago. It is a great read. It is fascinating to know about the first Melanated beings.
 
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   Great easy read. Well presented.
A great read. Fascinating facts and so happy to receive information that has been hidden. There was a lot of Aha moments.
 
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   Sisters who are aware of their Nationality and Birthrights - YOU NEED THIS!
You need this book to speak as a mother. It's time to tell the truth. Noble Drew Ali came back to us mothers. Everything we owned was taken from us. The price makes sense because this book is full of information. The information is heavy. She gave you lots of references. I can't ask for anymore.
 
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   Love the book...
Information is not for people who are weak- hearted. It is necessary to have an open mind. When reading, spiritual discernment is a must.
 
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