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California State Capitol ~ Freedom's Eve ~ 150th Anniversary Emancipation Proclamation
by khubaka, michael harris ( blackagriculture [at] yahoo.com )
Monday Sep 24th, 2012 1:34 PM
Our “First Fruits of the Harvest, ” a unique “California Grown” expression of the best of our Pan African agriculture traditions. Freedom's Eve is the greatest day in U.S. History for people of African Ancestry preparing for the celebration of the creator for the dawn of a new way forward from lifetimes demonic pain and suffering.
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Globally, many are celebrating Kuumba, the sixth day of Kwanzaa unaware of the connection to Freedom's Eve and the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. four enduring results is the basic lesson to teach the children during this holy holiday season.

Many people of African Descent, well over 1/4th of the earth's population of 'black folks' globally are food insecure, Black Agriculture provides some measure of solutions as we identify faith based leaders with the "Faith to Farm."

Our “First Fruits of the Harvest, ” a unique “California Grown” expression of the best of our Pan African agriculture traditions. Freedom's Eve is the greatest day in U.S. History for people of African Ancestry preparing for the celebration of the creator for the dawn of a new way forward from lifetimes demonic pain and suffering.

Freedom's Eve in America provided a beacon of hope for a global methodology for one standard of humanity, you are invited to join our Intercultural, Interfaith and Interactive celebration of Freedom.

The promise of universal order is seen with alignment of light from the heavens with ancient African sacred science, above the Giza Plateau, along the Nile River, showcasing Ancient KMT.

150 years ago, the Freedom Eve ~ Watch Night Services," an in gathering of the faithful and the wicked, on December 31, 1862. Everybody thought deeply about that night awaiting the morning for President Abraham Lincoln to sign the Emancipation Proclamation, his executive order declaring freedom to those enslaved human beings in the Confederate States of America.

African Sacred Science and the Sacramento Interfaith Council of Greater Sacramento is helping to provide an essential link between African tradition and religious services with New Year's Eve.

Together we will link President Abraham from Illinois with the transformation of Biblical Abraham from modern day Iraq to today's challenges.

The spiritual importance of Freedom’s Eve, 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation of America, can provide an opportunity for the world.

Today, United States President Barack Obama and his administration will bring the nation, to reflect upon the Presidential Executive Order that began a new quest for people of African ancestry to move toward equity and equal opportunity.

When the news is received, there will be prayers, shouts and songs of joy as people will fall to their knees and thank the force and power they worship as God on Earth.

It's been 150 years since that first Freedom's Eve and most of the world was never taught the authentic history of the African in America.

A small light in Stockton, California continues to burn sharing our tradition that still brings us together at this time every year to celebrate "how we got our divine humanity in America."

Imani, the final night of Kwanzaa, celebrates Faith, and many of us recall well our African ancestors from our “Garden of Eden.” Together, we will restore the traditions of our sacred ancestors who “payed the price” through blood, sweat and tears, an inheritance in America beyond compare.