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Book: Destroy the Spirit of UBUNTU, said the white Christian boss
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The white Christian's lies
Lie No: 2

The Set-Apart Spirit that was conveniently renamed the Holy Spirit.

This Set-Apart spirit, also to be referred to as the Spirit of Apartness or better the Spirit of "Apartheid" in Hebrew, is the ONLY Spirit according to Biblical belief, in which salvation is possible.

Firstly we will list extracts of thirteen world-wide acclaimed and authoritive dictionaries and concordances, commonly used by theological scholars to determine the real meanings of words. “Holy, Holiness, sanctified and saints” were translated from the original Hebrew word, “qadash”, meaning “to be set apart”. The true meaning of holiness appears as follows in the Enhanced Strong’s Concordance. (Strong’s numbers in brackets)
HOLINESS: [6944] qodesh { ko’-desh } from [6942]; In Hebrew קֹדֶשׁ
1) Apartness, holiness, sacredness, separateness
1a) Apartness, sacredness, holiness
1a 1) of God
1a 2) of places
1a 3) of things
1b) set-Apartness, separateness
This word is derived from the original qadash, that means to be set apart.
HOLY: 6942 qadash { kaw-dash’ } In Hebrew קָדַשׁ

1) to be set apart, be consecrated
There can be NO uncertainty as to the real underlying meaning of this word. It denotes Apartness, and combined with the word Spirit, denotes a Spirit of Apartness. Combined with the word, ‘man’, it denotes a man of Apartness, or set-apart man. Keeping this fact in one’s mind while one reads further, it will become clear that this Apartness or Apartheid is none other than the policy of total racial segregation to be practised by the “adamic man”, the blushing creation mentioned in Lie No 1.
This is the same policy the so-called white “liberal” Christian preacher would like the Black man that he despises, to believe.
In fact, with his superior knowledge of the Hebrew language, (they all have graduated in Hebrew at University), they most probably get some sort of perverse kick by taking the Black man for a ride!
They preach salvation by means of a spirit of APARTHEID (separateness) for whites only, they conveniently rename this Spirit of APARTHEID the Holy Spirit and “hola!” the African barbarian is kept in complete control and can never enter into the sanctuary (place of apartness) of the White man.

Herewith further extracts from twelve more Hebrew/English Dictionaries and Concordances.

1] qodesh - Apartness
The principal words are Heb. ‘qodesh’ in the OT and Gk. ‘Hagios’ in the NT, both words of uncertain derivation. If the main root ךסדק is derived from the simple root qd, meaning to cut or separate, it denotes Apartness, and so the separation of a person or thing from the common or profane to a divine use.
The New Bible Dictionary, 1962.

2] Holiness
God is holy, separate from His creation by His very nature. To be holy literally means to be cut off or separate, and denotes Apartness, the separation of a person or thing from the common or profane to a divine use.
Earl D. Radmacher, general editor; Ronald B. Allen, Old Testament editor,
Nelson Study Bible [computer file], electronic ed., Logos Library System, 1997.

3] HOLINESS, HOLY
The Heb. words ‘qadash’, holy; ‘qodesh’, holiness; and the Gr. ‘hagios’ and ‘hagiosyne’, mean basically separation from what is common or unclean, and consecration to God (Lev. 20:24–26, RSV; Acts 6:13; 21:28). From the underlying idea of Apartness or separation from the profane (Lev. 10:10; Ezk. 22:26) stem three derived aspects of holiness found in Scripture. Ceremonial objects are also classed as holy or sacred, set apart entirely for God’s use.
Pfeiffer, Charles F., Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia, 1975.

4] The sin (2:11)
The unfaithfulness Malachi 2:10 had in mind is called a detestable thing (lit., “an abomination”), something abhorrent to God. Furthermore this abominable unfaithfulness involved a profaning of holiness. The word for "holiness" (קֹדֶשׁ, is “Apartness, separateness”.
Holiness may refer here to the quality of distinctiveness or separateness that God desired in Israel. The abominable unfaithfulness that profaned Israel’s holiness was intermarriage with pagans. Such marriages had been expressly forbidden because they would lead the people into idolatry (Ex. 34:11-16; Deut. 7:3-4; Josh. 23:12-13). Intermarrying was a big problem after the return from the Exile (cf. Ezra 9:1-2, 10-12; Neh. 13:23-27). The Israelites were supposed to marry within their own nation. Failures to do so were acts of unfaithfulness among themselves as well as to God. They involved both a disregard for the nation’s corporate nature and disobedience to God.
Walvoord, John F., and Zuck, Roy B., The Bible Knowledge Commentary, 1983, 1985.

5] Conclusion of the Covenant
The covenant relationship is expressed in the formula: “I am your God-you are my people” (Jer. 31:33; Hos. 2:23); cf. the formulary of marriage and divorce (Hos. 1:9).19. a people sacred to the Lord: The holiness, that is, Apartness, derives from the new bond created by the covenant.
God is the all-holy. Holiness is the essential quality of God; its vast range of meaning indicates his otherness, utter transcendence, complete Apartness from anything sinful or merely finite.
D N Freedman, JBL 79 [1960] 156; R Abba, JBL 80 [1961] 320-28

6] Apartness
[Afrikaans, from Dutch, from apart- apart + heid -hood](1947)
1 : racial segregation; apartheid, specifically: a policy of segregation and political and economic discrimination against non-European groups in the Republic of South Africa
Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 1993.

7] קֹדֶשׁ n.m. Apartness, Sacredness (opp. חל
Apartness, sacredness, holiness, of God: a. of divine activity, syn. majesty, בַּקֹּדֶשׁ adj. sacred, holy. of God, as separate, apart, and so sacred, holy: a. exalted on theophanic throne; heavenly throne; in victory. b. separate from human infirmity, impurity, and sin. c. קְדוֹשׁ יִשְׂרָאֵל
be set apart, consecrated — Qal 1. be set apart, consecrated, hallowed, of shew-bread; Aaron and his sons by blood; other persons.
Pi. 1. set apart as sacred, consecrate, dedicate: a. places: Sinai, altar, etc., tabern., etc.; tent of meeting; place of sacrifice; gate.??
Hithp. 1. keep oneself apart from unclean things. 2. of God, cause himself to be hallowed.
Richard Whitaker, Editor, The Abridged Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament, 1997.

8] Separateness
Qodesh,qadesh,qadosh, Heb.) The basic idea in this family of words is “separateness”. When applied to God, “holy” denotes His uniqueness and separateness from everything earthly and wrong; when applied to man,—those who are redeemed by the blood are to live separated and holy lives (cf. 1 Pet. 1:15–19).
W.A. Criswell, Believer’s study Bible [computer file], electronic ed. , Logos Library System, 1997, c1991 by the Criswell Center for Biblical Studies.

9] Regulations for fellowship with God
include the “Holiness Code” (Lev. 17–26). Holiness or separateness was to be a way of life, involving commitment to the Lord in every aspect. Instructions concerning separation are included (Lev. 17:1–22:33). God’s people were to commit themselves uniquely to Him and to separate themselves from the pagan practices of their neighbours.
Dorothy Kelley Patterson, general editor; Rhonda Harrington Kelley, managing editor, Woman’s study Bible [computer file], electronic ed., Logos Library System, 1997, c1995.

10] Under the constraint of God,
Balaam spoke an important truth about Israel: the separateness of Israel from other nations in a physical and spiritual sense was absolutely essential (Deut. 7:6). Throughout history God has proven that those who belong to Him are powerful.
Dorothy Kelley Patterson, general editor; Rhonda Harrington Kelley, managing editor, Woman’s study Bible [computer file], electronic ed., Logos Library System, 1997, c1995.

11] The prohibition of mixed marriages:
Became a central concern (Tob. 4:12-13; T. Lev. 9:10; 14:6). Other areas in which separateness was particularly apparent include food (Dan. 1:8-15; Tob. 1:10-12), circumcision (1 Macc. 1:11-15), and avoidance of the idolatry characteristic of Gentile society (1 Macc. 3:48). 1 Maccabees 1 presents in bold relief the contrast between life according to Israelite and Gentile law and custom.
Achtemier, Paul J., Th.D., Harper’s Bible Dictionary, 1985.

12] The holiness of Yahweh:
Is a most important doctrine in the teaching of Isaiah. Yahweh’s holiness is an expression of his separateness from the corruption of his people. He is the Holy One of Israel The redirected mind will focus on God’s priority, holiness. At its heart holiness means separateness:
Elwell, Walter A. ed., Evangelical Commentary on the Bible, 1989.

Summary:
The word Apartness and its variations appear approximately one thousand three hundred (1300) times in the Scripture. According to the above twelve internationally acclaimed dictionaries, there can thus be NO uncertainty as to the real meaning and essence of the Hebrew concept of qadash or qodesh.
This so-called “Holy Spirit” of the Bible that is being forced down the Black man’s throat in the Christian churches, is not the Spirit of Apartness of the original Bible.
The latter spirit is a Spirit that is only available to white adamic people, who will continue to set themselves apart; apart from all other races; apart from all other religions.

To summarise then: The African gave up his powerful spirits of UBUNTU and replaced them with a senseless “Holy Spirit” where “to be holy” is now redefined by the white Christian boss as:
• being good and caring to everyone,
• not to query the white bosses in power and
• NEVER EVER to consult the African traditional and spiritual healers and sangomas.
To pull the masses to their Sunday services, these evil white preachers put up silly little shows in church of “talking in tongues, falling in the spirit, healing by the spirit” and other simple-minded hogwash to deceive the Black man.
How could the African man ever trade the African Spirit, the SPIRIT OF UBUNTU, for such a pathetic Christian spirit, a spirit intent on entertaining the poor misguided souls on Sundays in church?

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