The story of Medusa was created by Greek society to demonize black women, specifically those involved in traditionally African spiritual practices, with the hopes of discouraging race mixing with the […]
The story of Medusa was created by Greek society to demonize black women, specifically those involved in traditionally African spiritual practices, with the hopes of discouraging race mixing with the genetically dominant melanated masses and maintain white genetic survival.
Have you ever seen a Black Woman so fine, so outrageously beautiful, so majestic, so powerful that her presence alone (even just eye contact), can turn you stone? This is the power of the Black Woman – the primordial human, the prime carrier of melanin, the supreme being of the universe and mother of humanity. This is the power of Medusa. Threatened by her beauty, melanin, allure, spiritual presence, charm and genetics a mythology was needed by Greek society to prevent the Greek (caucasian) men from falling prey to her glory and magnetic magnificence – which if left unchecked would ultimately become the gateway for genetic annihilation for the melanin recessive peoples of early Europe.
Now before I continue let me lay out some context for you all. I’ve always had my suspicions about the story of Medusa being of African origin or about African women yet I’ve been unable to find direct references to prove it.
However, I can prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Greek Philosophy is stolen Egyptian (African) Philosophy and that Europe was an absolute wasteland flooded with barbaric cave dwellers until melanated minds brought civilization to the uncivilized. The entire Greek civilization was founded from knowledge gained while bowing at the feet of African Priests, Magicians, and Kings.
In other words, all their sh*t, is our sh*t just repurposed to benefit the European collective.
This is proven in the works of: George G.M. James in “Stolen Legacy“, John G. Jackson in “Christianity Before Christ“, John G. Jackson in “Introduction to African Civilizations“, Martin Bernal in “Black Athena“, and I’m sure there’s more sources out there.
Nonetheless, I’m still not able to directly prove through a scholarly reference that the story of Medusa is of African Origin or about Black Women. (If you have any references please leave it in the comment section or in the forum.)
So for now, here’s my theory about the origins of the Medusa story:
Mythology is a way extraordinary concepts and phenomena can be explained in a somewhat relatable way. It’s not necessarily meant to be taken literally, but rather viewed as a symbol for an idea that is important enough that it should be remembered.
So what does Medusa symbolize in Greek mythology? A hideous, snake-headed, rape victim whom not even the Gods have mercy on. She’s so evil and so menacing to look at that even one glance can turn you to stone. In the mythology she used to be beautiful, desired by all who laid eyes on her only in the end to become just a target for bounty hunters who want to kill her.
Now if you can, unpackage the white supremacist perspective of this mythology. If you were a Caucasian from a Greek civilization trying to create a story, or mythology that is to be used by future generations with genetic survival amongst the melanated masses as a primary objective, what would you say?
I’d imagine even the least intellectual amongst the white people in early Greek civilizations were aware of the genetic threat of ‘race mixing’ with melanated people. They knew if they maintained a pattern of interracial relationships at some point, there would no longer be a such thing as ‘white people’. So for those members of the society who took it upon themselves to implement strategies for the genetic survival of the caucasian collective, it became a matter of life and death to exterminate any desire within the caucasian collective to have intercourse with melanated people.
The foreigners, whom had little to no value put on their own women, were probably in absolute awe of an African Priestess. To them, the mystic nature of Africans was already mind boggling, but seeing a beautiful African Priestess in a position of supreme confidence and spiritual power was too much to handle. So much so, they would have no choice but to turn to stone. She was too beautiful to look away from and too powerful to resist. Not only that, but being unaware of the nature of afro-textured hair left them unable to describe locs or dreadlocks as anything other than ‘snakes’.
So if this black woman is a threat to the genetic survival of caucasians then how do you convince all future generations of caucasian males to avoid this black woman by any means, at any cost? Mythology. Also known as Generational Propaganda.
The naturally beautiful, spiritual, holistic, and biologically supreme melanated woman becomes the hideous and undesirable monster whom if ever was found should be killed before you even look at her.
Does this sound familiar? The rhetoric about black women being ‘hideous and undesirable’ stems from caucasian crafted propaganda such as the stories like Medusa.
This is why I think the real story about Medusa was really about creating a mythology to deter men (specifically caucasian males) from wanting to reproduce with the melanated woman. In those days, there were relatively few caucasians in relation to the melanated masses and genetic survival was a major point of focus for early European societies. So it was extremely important to demonize black women (as they still continue to do now), with hopes of shifting the caucasian global minority into a more dominant position within the exponentially growing, genetically dominant melanated masses. If black women become ‘undesirable’ by everyone, there would be no more ‘melanated masses’, and eventually all that would remain is melanin deficient descendants of former Caucasus cave dwellers. I believe this is the intent behind the creation of the Medusa story by Greek society.