A curse and the incarnations of Mọrẹmi


There once lived a woman named Mọrẹmi (never Miriam or Mary) who was the sister of Moses and Aaron (erroneously transliterated names). She experienced the exodus and redemption of her people from Misri (ancient Egypt) but did something unpleasant along the way – insubordination (Numbers 12). She and Aaron questioned the leadership of Moses, and most likely forgot that nothing is hidden from Oluwa (Eshumare the Redeemer). Oluwa then punished her with a curse that affected her skin, a genetic mutation that resulted in the transformation of her physical features transformation from Negro to leprous (according to the Amorite transliteration) a.k.a oyinbo or Amorite. This curse is associated with immediate expulsion and ostracism. Moses interceded on her behalf and after seven days she was re-admitted into the congregation of her people, the Yoruba (note that on this blog Yoruba refers to the descendants of Aku/Oranmiyan e.g. Iṣẹkiri, Ga of Ghana, Ewe, Dan-homey, Yoruba of Togo, Benin, southwest Nigeria, and so on, who remember Ile-Ifẹ as their home). From then it seems she kept silent and to herself probably out of shame as there is no record of any further activity (remember that the books of the Scriptures have been heavily lacerated/edited by the Amorites). From the incident just described a point worthy of note for this essay is that she was cursed. This will be used to prove that she has been around more than once.

Another record, in Ifa, of a woman similarly cursed is Osere, wife of Obarese the god of rain, both of whom had incarnated more than a thousand years earlier. Osere treated a guest badly and her husband cursed her in annoyance which left her face/skin pock-marked. Thereafter she stayed indoors because she felt ashamed of her looks, just like Moses’ sister.

Since Osere incarnated earlier as Iya (not Eve) the possibility that she again experienced the curse should be explored. From Genesis 3 in which Iya’s activities in the garden of Eden (another name deliberately transliterated in error), it can be seen that she was cursed again. Going back further to the very beginning when the foundation of the world was being laid, she had incarnated as Mọrẹmi the mother of Ẹla the Redeemer who was sacrificed but later resurrected and returned to heaven, and again as Mọrẹmi about 2,000 years ago in the land popularly known today in error as Israel. Note that concerning this latter incarnation there is little record in the Amorite-perverted version of the Gospels of her activities after Oluwa began his ministry and after His ascension to heaven. Also, her husband who had incarnated previously as Obalufon and Obarese almost cursed her again upon discovering that she was pregnant not by him, but then relaxed when an irunmọlẹ (umalẹ in Iṣẹkiri (not Issachar) but never malakaim of the identity thieving Jews) brought him a message informing him of the identity of the Child as the Redeemer, as of Ẹla (who is the Spirit of Purity), never the ole/holy spirit as the Amorites lie (Matthew 1:18-25). Obalufon/Joseph named Him Eshu.

If those of the Amorite religions of Christianity and Islam had any understanding and truth in them they would have since acknowledged Mọrẹmi’s obvious incarnations and acknowledge the rebellion and lunacy of their beliefs.

One aim of the Amorite supremacists and reptiles that have been perverting history and hypnotizing the world is to hide their destructive activities via distraction. They have been accomplishing this by deceiving the world into doubting and denying the existence of atunwa or reincarnation with which their victims all over the world can recognize and analyze historical fractals, resist the Amorites, obtain their freedom, and live in unity with Oluwa. Mọrẹmi’s incarnations constitute clear evidence of atunwa with which we can better understand ourselves, develop the attribute of iwa pẹlẹ or gentle character, make the most of whatever situation we find ourselves in, prepare for our tomorrow, and hold on fast to the Truth, no matter the situation.

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