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Hadrian & the Roman 'Deification' of dissexuality/homosexuality: Osiris-Antinous

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In this episode of ODWIRA, we examine how the whites and their offspring attempted to deify the perverse practice of dissexuality/homosexuality in ancient Kamit after their invasion. The roman emperor Hadrian moved to deify his deceased dissexual/homosexual partner, falsely identifying him with Ausar and thus calling him 'Osiris-Antinous'. He then moved to impose the worship of this deceased, perverse, dissexual/homosexual as the 'deity' Osiris-Antinous upon the native Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) population - which we never accepted. This is the foundation of the political initiative of the the whites and their offspring to institutionalize, 'deify', dissexuality/homosexuality among our people today. They will continue towards this perverse goal until we make them extinct.

We have always recognized and will always recognize the immutable reality that dissexuality/homosexuality is insane. It is Divinely Hated by Amenet-Amen, the Ntorou/Ntorotu and Aakhu/Aakhutu - The Mother and Father Supreme Being, the Deities and Spiritually Cultivated Ancestresses and Ancestors. We also recognize that through Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, our people who were the victims of various forms of trauma, physically and spiritually, can eradicate this perversity from their spirits just like any other spiritual/emotional/mental/psychological or physiological disorder. We examine our book:

KOKOBO - Warning: Divine Prohibition Against dissexuality/homosexuality in Kamit

See our KOKOBO MOVEMENT page to download the book and to learn about our Movement to eradicate dissexuality/homosexuality from the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) Community via Ancestral Religion:



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