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Chapter 208 - The traditions of the Nubians and the traditions of the white people.

208,1. Finally, while the beautiful morning sun took on its natural luminescence again, we quickly went to the Moors. When I arrived, they all got up from their long table and bowed in deep reverence with their hands crossed on their chests.

208,2. Their leader said in good Galilean-Hebrew: “Lord, Lord, Lord! Now there is not a single one of us who is not a believer! Every word from Your holy mouth will be for us an inestimable proof of Your supreme kindness and grace to the end of time, yes, for eternity!

208,3. If You, The eternally Holy One, regard us black-skinned people as worthy of more precise teaching about our duties in life and also about Your Being, please favour us with just a few words from Your own mouth. Your agreement will make us and our descendants to the end of time rejoice because we have seen and spoken to You as the Creator and Lord of the whole physical and spiritual world!

208,4. The shining light, which I saw in my visions as an eternally splendid aura of life surrounding Your holy being, is now visible in Your great love, Your benefaction and Your wisdom, which are unequalled for eternity.

208,5. We are now willing lambs, even if covered with black wool; but just as the colour black absorbs more light and warmth than white – the reason why we also wear white clothes, to protect us from excessive light and heat - I also believe that we black people will also absorb the holy light from Your spirit more deeply and intensely in our souls, than many of our brothers whose flesh is covered by a white skin. The reason is that their souls reject the spiritual more firmly than our white clothes repel natural light and warmth and we have seen many such examples in Memphis which the commander called ‘moving life shadows’. They live like mayflies which are born in the morning and die again in the evening.

208,6. We also have nothing to boast to You about, My Lord; however we do know that we are only human and that we are all the work of one and the same Creator. We could therefore never think that one is more worthy than another or that someone in all seriousness could be a dominant demi-god. We have seen among white peoples that someone imagines himself to be a lord and all the others had to bow before him to touch the ground. Those who did not were immediately beaten with sticks. Lord, this was white man’s behaviour we did not like at all This kind of punishment shows very little wisdom!

208,7. We never strike our children or our animals. We have patience and stamina and we always exhort our children to do things which we recognize as good, true and necessary. When our children have grown to be strong and sensible, we do not treat them as slaves all their lives but rather as our equals who, just like us their parents, have received the God-given right to live. Yet our children love us very much and there is never a son or daughter who commits a sin against his or her father or mother!

208,8. Among the white people we have seen the children cringing with fear and whining like dogs under the stern gaze of their parents! One might think that this was the way to bring up angels. However, at any time when these children were out of sight of their parents, they were like changelings and could easily be considered to be disciples of the devil, whose evil presence in the deepest abysses on this earth were revealed to us by the proconsul in Memphis. – We always prefer to reject an upbringing based only on discipline!”

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