Saturday, December 26, 2009

R U Still Down!??!

Peace Asiatics!

Just asking cause it's been sooooo long since any of our supporters responded to our blog, answered questions posed, posed questions/concerns themselves.

Has the 14th Degree Blog Spot lost it's novelty and thus interests? Are we THAT boring? Are our topics irrelevant, of no interest? What's the science... how can we spice up this Blog Spot for our readers... post recipes, post articles featured in the magazine, build more on the supreme mathematics and 120 lessons??? PLEASE make knowledge born so we can refine and re-build!!!

Peace,
Eboni Joy Asiatic

7 comments:

Just said...

Peace. Might have to re post various times. So all can see. Making 19 should be enough. Builders will come. Wisdom Equality.

Peace

Anonymous said...

Peace

I really like & enjoy reading the posts as well as the responses. Topics are and have been relevant. When I can, I add on. Have you all thought about doing a radio series? (If you already have one- I'm not aware of it) Other than that I really can't say why people aren't responding or tuning in.

Saladin Allah said...

Peace!

Yeah I would suggest a Blog Talk Radio Series too! I haven't heard any Earth Orientated Programs yet and I think that would definately spice it up!!! There are many Women who want to AND need to "hear" from the Earths Perspective.

Saladin

Anonymous said...

JUST KEEP DOING WHAT YOU DO BUILD IF ONLY ONE PERSON READS THE BLOGS YOU HAVE DONE YOUR JOB ! WHICH IS TO TEACH ....PEACE

The 14th Degree and Beyond said...

Peace All!

Thanks for your feedback! Glad to know you're reading (even if responses are limited)... that's positive and comforting!

I personally never thought of a radio/blog talk series, and we haven't discussed that that collectively. We did consider working with a God out in the Oasis to do a series of videos - though that hasn't manifested (obviously). I'll bring that up to the other Earths on our next phone conference!

Peace,
Eboni Joy

Anonymous said...

Peace,
I wouldnt say its boring but its seems to me eveything is repetitive and everyone who replays sounds like robots and for a sista like me who isnt part of NGE, I like to do learn about all walks of life and I find myself yarning when it comes to the things that are written. I notice is alot of word play used to get your points across and some backwards talking if im not mistaken or misunderstanding the language you use. Its just doesnt seem like a relaxed atomosphere, and i cant participate beacuse im not writing in numbers or quoting something off of paper. I come in a humble manner.
Love,
Goddess Light RA

The 14th Degree and Beyond said...

Peace Goddess Light RA,

You're definitely entitled to your opinion - everyone's perception will be different to some degree, so if you find yourself bored or "yarning" (I assume you meant yawning) then so be it.

I have to disagree with you putting that on the lack of diversified topics and the language that we speak though. We agreed to make a conscious effort in doing this blog to speak in a manner that was not just receptive to those in the Nation of Gods and Earths. I know that I personally almost never use terms and phrases out of NGE literature that are not common slang terminology for the sake of capturing an audience that is not of the NGE. Also, I know that I personally make a concerted effort to build on topics relevant to the Black community at large - not just that which is pertinent to the NGE. And I think that is pretty obvious - especially in blogs like "Composting and Supporting Urban Farms", "Working it Out Within" and "Prostate and Ovarian Cancer" by Victorious Lanasia, "Raw Food-ing" by Civilized Zag, "Universal Elevation" by SciHonor - and the list goes on!

I appreciate your critical analysis, it's just unfortunate that most of it wasn't true - it's not even founded in opinion/perspective... it's just blatantly not true. We are presenting real life situations way more frequently than we build on lessons and topics strictly pertaining to the NGE (which are posted here and there), and asking for our audience's feedback. Aside from my asking the audience once to state their understanding on the day's supreme mathematics, no one has ever said anything about "quoting" and I can't recall a blog when any of us were "writing in numbers".

You say you like to learn about "all walks of life" but you seem offended by those blog posts in which we do speak about, or speak the "language of" our culture... We've had blogs about health and nutrition, parenthood, thinking processes, community organizing and development, financial literacy, our personal travels (literally and figuratively)... I find it hard to understand how you can't find any topics that are not repetitive and that you can't relate to and comment on.

That just doesn't add up.

But thanks for adding on.

Peace,
Eboni Joy Asiatic