Black Women & Hair Weaves, Secret Societies Built On Our Hijacked Culture – The LanceScurv Show

Share

Talaya and LanceScurv go in on the very touchy topic of Black Women and Hair Weaves, we also continue on to speak on Religion and Control as well as how these modern day covertly Pagan Secret Societies are actually a watered down twisted version of a righteous African Culture that we are tricked into rejecting while they use our power!

This was a very interesting and thought provoking discussion indeed!

As always, please like, comment, share & subscribe!

Download Episode Graphic

Share

About The Author

Culture Critic, Podcast Host, Blogger, Cartoonist & Social Media Activist who focuses on the issues that the Mainstream Media is deathly afraid to touch! Call/Text Direct: 407.590.0755

Related posts

  • YellowRoseOvTx

    My christian beliefs promotes the health and wellness you guys talk
    about…I should listen more for sure but I know no other Christian church
    that promotes health extensively.

    Becareful what you let in. The occultic things you speak of are very real,
    but it doesn’t mean you should get involved with it. There is God’s way and
    then there is the way of the world that counterfeits the way of God. If
    you’re gonna do it, why not do the real thing? The third eye is in the
    bible. Nothing wrong with that, however, we have to be on our guard that we
    rightfully divide truth and error and NOT practice the ways that lead us
    astray from God. I speak not as someone who is ignorant about these
    structures and symbols you claim Christians stole from the pagan ancient
    Egyptians. Their gods (Nimrod and Semiramis, son and mother/wife) are a
    counterfeit of the messiah who had not come at that time. Trace their gods
    and how every other religion is just the same blue print of the Father,
    mother, son religious systems that now the Catholic Church copies. ITS OLD
    and it only appears as if christianity came from it but STUDY, dig deeper
    and see that these ppl counterfeited the messiah the world was looking out
    for. Some of my ppl have knowledge more so than others about African
    history but they are destroyed for their pride…just like their ancestors.
    Ase! Study…STUDY.

  • Corey B

    This little sweetie Talaya is right people need to turn off the damn TV.
    Fucks your mind up you got subliminal messages, electromagnetic field
    radiation toxicity, which causes a lot of health problem. Most people are
    unaware of their Bio electricmagnetic nature, which EMF radiation
    interferes with and cause disease. As for weaves who knows they may be
    putting testosterone in them, and the chemicals black women put in their
    hair, because black women who wear weaves and lace fronts are way too
    masculine and insane. I’m a straight man I like for my women to be
    extremely soft and feminine. But most black women who wear weaves and lace
    fronts are masculine and schizophrenic something is going on.

  • Vontonio Johns

    Excellent discussion!

  • Vontonio Johns

    We have to be open to the idea that Egyptian culture being ours doesn’t
    make it righteous. They weren’t always a righteous society. Some of our
    people worshiped demons, idols and multiple gods. Including Hercules one of
    the “12 gods” that the Greeks took from “us.” We may need to take their
    rise and fall as a warning rather than a blueprint, since the people who
    emulate them now are on a collision course with Christ and are on their way
    out the door.

    Timbuktu, on the other hand… That society was what Black people would
    call “fresh.” A real honest and true democracy with learning at the center
    of every endeavor! Not that we should worship them as gods either, mind
    you. But anyway, according to National geographic, there’s struggle there
    now in these modern days but the core mentality of literacy and and
    righteousness in Timbuktu is still intact.

    Lastly, I think we would do well to study our Judaic past as African
    American and Caribbean peoples. THAT’S where monotheism and One God comes
    from and I think we could get a better sense of who we really are by
    looking at them rather than the scandalous Ancient Egyptians as models of
    true excellence. WE ALL KNOW that New Egypt is unholy. I’m just wondering
    if Ancient Egypt was set up to be a big messy, sloppy democracy-stomping
    behemoth as well.

    See: “From Babylon to Timbuktu.” See also: “Stolen Legacy.”

  • Vontonio Johns

    One brother from New York that I ran into at a library was ranting and
    raving and going crazy, outside on a bench, in public. I knew he was kinda
    crazy but I talked to him anyway. He told me he wanted to kill me because I
    looked stuck up or something when he saw me drive by. He claimed that his
    whole family was a bunch of free masons and that he was down here in
    Florida on the run from some other free masons. I don’t know what was
    really going on with this brother but he could rap his ass off! He
    free-styled for me using his own verses with the style of any given rapper
    I could throw at him!

  • Vontonio Johns

    One off-seeming dude working with me was talking about pineal-gland
    calcification and how good the free mason’s are. I’m like: “SENT?
    Probably.”…. But other than that he was a pretty cool dude, though.

  • Vontonio Johns

    I don’t think a lot of Black people think white people are all that. I
    think a lot of us are either just playing the game or don’t have enough
    faith in ourselves. Then again… I think about the weird way that I was
    treated in a Publix just recently.

  • Vontonio Johns

    Speaking of “From Babylon to Timbuktu” and speaking of other people not
    wanting us to connect with and know about what WE gave birth to… I wonder
    if “ISIS” (thought by some to be CIA) is destroying all those statues and
    relics over in Iraq to erase what we did over there at the dawn of
    civilization itself.

  • Vontonio Johns

    Tariq Nasheed mentioned an 800-page book called “When We Ruled.” I’d like
    to get that. Right now, I’m a little over half-way through one that I never
    got around to in college called “From Babylon to Timbuktu.”

  • Vontonio Johns

    Wearing pink… HA!

  • Vontonio Johns

    I can watch TV and be like: “OK, that’s b.s. … that’s b.s.” But I think
    Talaya is right… it’s good to go without it. That high-pitch sound is not
    only annoying but I think it’s also rather mind-numbing.

LanceScurv: Bold, Raw & Uncut!
Click here to connect!