ENSLAVED VOLITION NOT TO THINK

ENSLAVED VOLITION NOT TO THINK

The “Fishnet” episode was followed by the exhausting long marches to slave holding areas. Enslaved Africans brought in from around African empires included those of the Western Sudan Moslems, Central and West Africa, Madagascar, and elsewhere. These men, woman, and children from all over Africa ranged from the dignified, cultured, and refined in possession of noble character–to being quite intelligent and educated–to “normal”–to the problematic (e.g. bad characters, the disabled, the feeble). The very earliest interactions of the newly captured Africans in Africa was that of being shackled together in the coffles. Newly captured and Enslaved Africans of different cultures and from diverse regions of Africa were separated so as to ensure no mates spoke the same language. They marched hundreds of miles together to coastal African areas while chained, barefoot, having inadequate clothing–and almost no rest, food, or water.  From there they were transported to the African coastal shores of the Gulf of Guinea and others where stood many trading posts or “factories” on the Grain Coast (Liberia), the Ivory Coast (now the Ivory Coast Republic), the Gold Coast (Ghana), and the Slave Coast (Nigeria, Dahomey/Benin, and Togo). Upon arrival and placement in barracoons (holding prisons), the newly Enslaved, whenever sporadically fed, had to fight each other over scraps of food thrown into their human waste in which they stood. And they were in standing room only barracoons with feces a foot deep. The results of all to which the Enslaved were subjected led to the “Survival Mindset” of Despair (hopeless hopelessness)—i.e. a Despair leading easily to submission to the captors. In some, portions of “Survival Despair” allowed “Awe” and Fascination to be so out of control as to generate a mindset state called Mental Evasion (the willful suspension of ones consciousness) which admixes with “Awe”.

This combination has the effect of causing the afflicted to: (1) be blind to things of significance in the present and for the future; (2) not allow one to attach much importance to beneficial information and therefore that information is easily forgotten, despite it being very important; (3) embrace Superficial Thinking; and (4) internalize the constant destructive attacks on their self-esteem they experience so that those attacks come alive by means of an emotionally loaded Icon Image. Those Icon Images are Engrams—i.e. a memory imprint leaving simply an Image, or an Imagination form or a Contingent Being (e.g. ‘bogeyman’) figure with ‘character’ and power. None of these are what is seen in reality but rather what ones Imagination creates as distortions of reality or fantasy of a Supernatural nature that makes ones mind believe it to be real. One or more of these engrams are reinforced by the afflicted repeatedly playing back its payload messages on their mental tape recorder until they create a fixed self-defeating mindset which repeatedly fashions Delusions leading to vicious cycles.

A mindset undergoing such a disintegration of reality—partly conscious and partly unconscious—while replacing it with Supernatural Engrams–thereafter becomes the gatekeeper to serve as the standard, filter, guide, and measure for how information coming into that mind is interpreted and processed for mental functioning. Furthermore, it acts like a plow for making further inroads into the Delusional World. All residents of the Delusional World (e.g. Brutes, Satanists) generate chaotic, immature, rationally illogical, and Supernatural irrational thought forms that are ingredients for their anti-Spiritual Elements decision-making and problem solving. Such Extreme Mental Evasion’s disintegrated mental function effects means the inability to have proper concepts about Life and Love (see Bailey, Unlocking Minds Of Black Boys for elaboration). On bad consequences, an Emotionalism lifestyle is built, as those of Indifference/Hate/Evil/Sadism of Brutes and Satanism. Another path derives from doing whatever it takes to simply endure in order to survive–as it was for Enslaved Africans who, in turn, culturally transmitted this pattern into many of their today’s descendants—a mindset that negates the ability of the afflicted to figure out how to rise above their various poverties. That pattern can be seen today. So to blame victims for not doing things that are “obviously” right or by considering them to make decisions by ones own standards, and do “Common Sense” things is to display ones self-centered arrogant ignorance. jabaileymd.com