The Isis Papers: The Keys to Colors by Dr. France’s Cress Welsing is my favorite book. . The Isis Papers by Dr. Frances Cress Welsing. The Isis Papers has ratings and 71 reviews. Eden said: I first read this when I was in college (in the ’80s) and I’ve been fascinated by it ever si. Frances Luella Welsing (née Cress; March 18, – January 2, ) was an American In Welsing published The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors. The book is a compilation of essays that she had written over 18 years. The name .
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But then these harsh lessons were followed by milder treatment of Black women as compared to Black men. This is the basis of this text. The symbolism, logic and meaning of “justifiable homicide” in the s — Submission to and cooperation with the system is consistent with the illusion that there can be complete integration of non-whytes into the whyte supremacy system.
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White males understood that they needed white women as well as Black women to help them achieve and maintain this power relationship. She was a pioneer in her own right as well as a very important figure in the African American community.
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Truth is the only answers that can used to bring an end to the majority of the ills of the world!!! Cress Welsing theorised that pale-skinned people came into existence thousands of years ago as albino mutant offsprings of black-skinned mothers and fathers in Africa. The Keys to Colors by Dr. Guns as Symbols Despite the past and present potential carnage from handguns, there is tremendous resistance among Euro-Americans to have guns as well as other instrument of life destruction brought under control.
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Isis was an African Goddess who was married to a powerful African God. Views Read Edit View history.
Oct 31, Dante Taylor rated it it was amazing. The concept and the color or God and black mental health — She calls this effeminization as a form of oppression. The fear of death at the hands of whyte supremacy collective has been repressed. Some non-fiction books have papesr that the average person doesn’t understand making it very daunting and hard to try and get through the book and often results on the reader giving up on it.
Details Additional Physical Format: Black children and the process of inferiorization — The book takes a good look at the conditioning of the black mind. Work done decades ago I add, to not have all honest thinking minds to ponder her claims. The main point Welsing tries to get across in this point is that so called white racism is the result of an concious and subconci This woman is a fringe kook but I have no doubt that mainstream psychiatry has plans to first classify any “racist” feelings among whites as a disorder and eventually even acknowledging that there is such a thing as race.
I would agree with her that this is, and should be, a fear among the remaining sane portion of the white race.
The Isis (Yssis) papers (Book, ) 
Isls was the birth place of humankind and that for many hundreds of centuries thereafter Africans, meaning Black trances, were in the forefront of all human progress. Ultimately, her theories contain nuggets of truth and wisdom amount mountains of outlandish and even counterproductive claims. Advanced Search Find a Library. There is a lot of good in the book, but also a lot of imbalance in terms of structure and delivery as well as some theories that are far-fetched and based on nothing but assumptio Dr.
You can’t be passionate for justice for a group of people and be discriminatory against another group.
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It’s unbelievable to me how much the author’s theory makes sense and how it can logically be connected to all subsequent actions that influence both public and private life with different levels of harshness based on genetic threat. OK, that aside this book did have some really interseting ideas. Welsing analyses racism and its delirious effects by decoding the symbolisms of whyte domination. Jul 07, Khari rated it it was ok.
Pyschiatrist Cress Welsing’s functional definition of racism – the local and global power system structured and maintained by persons who classify themselves as white, whether consciously or subconsciously determined; this system consists of patterns of perception, logic, symbol formation, thought, speech, action and emotional response, as conducted simultaneously in all areas of people activity economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war.