Mother’s Day is one of the biggest holidays of the year, and for many women it’s the most anticipated. The world celebrates the beautiful women that gave birth to us: our first teacher, our first friend, and caretaker. And, for that reason, what if I told you that there was a Mother God concept before there was the idea of a Father God? I speak of this exclusively in my relationship/self-help book 7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire to empower both women and men on how important women were and still are. Most people will find this hard to fathom since it will inevitably cause us to question our religious ideologies and traditions.
Some of the world’s oldest civilizations not only believed, but revered the sacred powers of the feminine energy. Matriarchal societies were built around the feminine principle. The simple fact that only women can bring a child into the new world means that everything started with the female principle. Let’s not forget that giving birth places a women so close to death in the process automatically garnered respect as a Queen Mother, God, or Goddess. Now, you’re probably asking yourself, “Is he an Antichrist or Atheist?” I’m neither of those. [For the record – I always believed in God, our Creator, the Creator of all things both seen and unseen. I believe in miracles, and that miracles happen every second of the day.]
We all can agree that life started in the continent of Africa, in which many people call “Mother Africa or Momma Africa.” Today, with the available technology and research, it has been proven that Africa is the richest country in the world with its astonighsing animals, massive rivers, and abundance of natural minerals: gold, diamonds, cobalt, rubber, etc. Africa is even been known as the Cradle of Civilization – the Mother of Civilization. It was because of these massive riches that all European countries robbed and pillaged Momma Africa. Read my article, Was The Black Woman God? What you should be asking yourself is: How Did He Come Up With This Conclusion?
Today, we live in a patriarchal, male-dominated society for the most part. The transition from a matriarchal to patriarchal society came from an increase of violence in the world. How did we go from calling women Mother God, Mother Earth, Queen of the Universe to Bitch and THOT (That Hoe Over There)? This started when the world’s greatest scavengers and exploiters, not explorers, colonized Africa (we were lied to in public schools). They had to turn and divide the people against their strengths, away from their source of energy – BLACK QUEENS! The same African women who knew that they were goddesses and divine were forced to forget their culture, beliefs, and divine sacred energy as Mother God.
In summation, you’ve heard the Bible scripture, “As it is in heaven, so let it be on earth,” this actually originated from an ancient Kemetan hieroglyphics saying: As Above, As Below. Then God has to be both a masculine and feminine principle since each of us came from the intimacy, or lack thereof, from a woman and man. Once we’re able to individually increase our consciousness and reverence for our queens, mothers, sisters, aunties, grandmothers, and female acquaintances, the world will be a much better place. When you celebrate Mother’s Day, look at your mothers as though they are Queens of the Universe. Rest In Peace, Queen Rosette Pierre. We Miss You Momma!!
Every woman and man should read this book! It’s a game changer!! I appreciate your support!! To read more on the subject, go and get the book, 7 Types of Queens, Kings Desire [Book Reviews Available]. It’s available on iBooks, Amazon, and on both of my websites: www.7queens7kings.com & www.kevindorival.com.
King Kevin Dorival
@Courage2Believe /// @7Queens7Kings