An African Speaks to Africans

Monday, December 30, 2013

An African Speaks to Africans -- Lesson #1

An African Speaks to Africans

December 26,  2013

Nazira: Someone with an African accent calls.  I am ready to communicate.  Please introduce yourself.

Unknown:  When the whole world is free, you will see me.  I will know you and you will know me.  We will ride in chariots, in caravans, on ships.  We will fly, from sea to sea, because we will be free.
Nazira:  Another clue, please.

Unknown:  When the sun sets, people look to the west.  Now look to the east.  See the grandeur, the peace, the force with which mankind and Nature battle for supremacy.

Nazira:  May I please have one more clue?

Unknown:  I am your grandfather.

Nazira:  I do not know which one.

Unknown:  I am the grandfather of all souls who wish to come to me.  I removed Apartheid, I bring love.

Nazira:  You are Nelson Mandela.

Mandela You have it. Let us speak together for a few minutes. Let me tell you what I see for Africa, and you may tell the African people.  They heard me once, now they may hear me again. 

Nazira:  In 2006 I channeled Abraham Lincoln for 3 months with news for the American people.  Nelson may be planning the same thing.

Peace is worth waiting for.  But you do not acquire peace by fighting.  Is there a better way?

Nazira:  What does a woman do when an enemy points a gun at her?

Mandela:  She looks into his eyes.  She says, “You too have a mother.  Do not shoot.  Go to your mother.  Take care of her.”

Nazira:  Tell me more, please.

Mandela:  There is a growing movement in Africa to join all the citizens together.  The slogan AFRICA FOR AFRICANS is taking foot.  Once the seed takes root, it will grow.

I speak to my people.

Show unto others
that an African
will not kill
another African.

Show unto the world,

A child is precious.
We look after our children.
We teach them,
And give them a trade.

Speak to the elders.

Tell them, “
Join with the children around you.
Play with them.
Tell them African stories.”

I will be with you until you are at peace, and live a bountiful life.
Please look for your leaders now.  There are two or three leaders in each community.  Invite all the leaders to meet in a group.  Give the group a name. Decide on a plan of recovery.

I am as close as your heart.  My love for Africa and my love for you are identical.

Nazira:  You are giving me the idea to read your words on YouTube and provide an email address for the potential leaders to use.  Am I correct?

Mandela:  Yes my new friend.  Magic will follow. 
Farewell for now.  Thank you for opening your heart.

(Recorded and transcribed by
Nazira, a telepath with past lives in Africa.)


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