African Culture

WATCH: “Playing With FIRE NEGLECT Your Totem!” – KhamithiHiburuEthics lmd

Shalom, everyone! The following is a video presentation by the priest, teacher, and scholar LM Dumizulu of Khamithi Hiburu Ethics on the importance of not neglecting your totem. To neglect one’s totem is to neglect one’s own identity. In African culture, a totem serves as an emblem or a symbol of a group of people such as a tribelineageclan or family. The symbols carved into the totem such as an animal, plant or object of nature, serve as identifiersattributes, and characteristics of a tribelineageclan or family. Animal totems of a tribe, lineage, clan or family were also taboo to them for food. Unfortunately, many Africans have discarded their culture and their totems in favor of alien cultures and religions including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. As a result, we the African Nation have lost our spiritual power and are quickly losing our identity. We still have a chance to stop this descent into oblivion.

Teacher LM Dumizulu discusses the totems among the 15 clans of the Anlo-Ewe people, and also the totems found in the Scriptures. Hebrew heritage is African heritage. Reconnect with your African/Hebrew heritage and reclaim your totem.

“Playing with Fire Forgetting Your Totem
The Masai rehearse a native custom where boys dress in women’s clothes for a month after circumcision.
We Shall satisfactorily answer this in our Conclusion.
Why would Innumerable Africans Today follow the tenets of European Christian, White Jewish teachings and Whitey Arabs Islam Ditch their TOTEMS!
At the same tine these religions go and manipulate Black Afrikans to acquire new identity. A Christian Identity, a Jewish Identity and Muslim Identity.”

Playing With FIRE NEGLECT Your Totem!

Video from KhamithiHiburuEthics lmd/YouTube


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