Re: Mooji a cult?
Date: April 26, 2019 07:55PM
Mooji, Rasta, and Jamaica:
In Jacqueline Miller fb, I found an interesting observation about Jamaica culture by Shuggy Milligan: I lived with Jamaicans for years, reggae music business. Mooji is a Jamaican. He is in fact a British Chinese Jamaican, very common because there is a many great Chinese settled in Jamaica. The Chinese Jamaicans are usually business owners like stores and bakeries etc. Rastafarians have been brought up on Christianity and Rastafarianism is an off shoot of Judaism. Rasta's can be known to be quote scholarly Oxford based school system since before independence, essentially, they are an esoteric school of the Black Man. Each Rasta may express him/herself in a variety of spiritual ways. In I means I am and you are, we are as one. It is plain to see that Mooji would know intimately Rasta culture. Each Rasta "Iman" has his personal relationship with Jah...God (is within and in Ethiopia...Zion), Rastafari means in Amharic Head Creator. Another important thing to understand about Jamaicans is that they have been brought up on the stories of Anancy the Spider, the sly trickster. They "Jamaicans" will often say "don't let your left hand know what your right hand is doing" if you see what I mean. If I paint a picture of a nation of tricksters, that is not my intention. Now after 400 hundred years of slavery and the still wide spread dysfunction and disunity between black people, it’s still a developing country with very little opportunity for its residents. (not all black people) it makes sense that they would have their guard up. How does this all lead back to Mooji.?..well...he has that gift of gab and natural charm that Jamaicans do...(why even dangerous street people and gunmen have that, I've met them). Mooji is a melting pot of spiritual talks, a very sly man, indeed, not unlike Rasta's. I doubt Rasta's recognize him as a Rasta, but they would as a countryman. Whether Mooji is a danger??? More to himself, if I'd think, now his followers, now they are real danger for sure...to themselves more than anything, "they take him too seriously".
I can confirm that I also was in Jamaica, I got a weird impression there, that a lot of Jamaicans played a trick on me, tested me, manipulated me, and made up stories to take the advantage of me. In Jamaica, I met a kind of “Mooji” type people on each street corner. I think that there is a significant mind setting, behavior, and even genetic background typical for this island country. What Mooji presents in Europe, as a false spiritual guru, is also the particular expression of the Jamaican’s street culture with a deference – Mooji sells a “spiritual ganja”.