The Atlantic slave trade, also known as the Transatlantic slave trade, was the trade of African persons supplied to the colonies of the “New World” that occurred in and around the Atlantic Ocean. It lasted from the 16th century to the 19th century. Most slaves were shipped from West Africa and Central Africa and taken to the New World (primarily Brazil). Some slaves were captured by European slave traders through raids and kidnapping, but most were obtained through coastal trading with Africans. Most contemporary historians estimate that between 9.4 and 12 million Africans arrived in the New World, although the number of people taken from their homestead is considerably higher. The slave-trade is sometimes called the Maafa by African and African-American scholars, meaning “holocaust” or “great disaster” in Swahili. The slaves were one element of a three-part economic cycle—the Triangular Trade and its Middle Passage—which ultimately involved four continents, four centuries and millions of people.
“Now how much more shall my damnation be to those who are not my own who betrayed me?” God spoke.
Now in the days when knowledge of the completion of the ceremony of the Wedding of God first began to be publicly spoken of, the Gentiles and the fake Jews of Israel held even tighter on to their Bibles saying their prayers and mocking God’s words.
And yet from their mouths, the very words of their prayer fell to the earth beneath them.
And the sunlight pouring through the clouds held the seal of God that is the entrance to the Gates of the Kingdom of Heaven. And on its rays fire burning the Gentiles, birthright thieves and all those who betrayed God rode. And from the heavens it streamed down like lakes. And it was God’s Lakes of Fires.
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With Lucifer having disrobed his cloak and revealing himself as God who desired neither praise nor worship from man, he spoke saying, “I am light. Who is light evil to but he who can not stand in it. God shall still not be mocked. The sun is mine too.
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And in the begining of these days, those who held confidence in their new wedding vows to God found their way back across the plain whereby men could be flesh or energy again. Thus we began crossing between the earth and the heveans.
Too, in these days, those dead in God did walk the earth again.
Now those with the eyes of God could see their relatives and the ancients who had come and gone before them. Yet those who had eyes and had betrayed God remained blind.
“Had they wanted love, they would have all been one color and would have been with me in my Wedding,” God said. “Yet they rejected love and so rejected me. Now my sun’s light pours through the clouds and is the Lake of Fire I promised to burn the earth and seperate the wheat from the chaff.” God said.