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. 7 quotes from Frances Cress Welsing: ‘Most important, Black males must help one another to understand that they are being led by the dynamic of white.

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So much I’d like to ask and clear up related to this text. In this book she talks about the genocide of people of color globally, along with issues Black people in the United States face. I’m giving this book 4 stars mainly because I love to read fringe theories and ideas. The main point Welsing tries to get across in this point is that so called white racism is the result of an concious and subconcious fear of whites that they will be “geneticly annihilated” through race mixing.

Frances Cress Welsing Quotes (Author of The Isis Papers)

Welsing stated that the emasculation of the Black man prevents procreation of Black people. Stop squabbling with one another. Aug 20, R. According to Welsing, the cause of these issues are her definition of racism white supremacy. Oct 03, Randy rated it it was amazing.

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According to Welsing, all the names of the gods were significant; however, Osiris means “lord of the francfs Black”. Encyclopedia of African American society, Volume 1. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Home 7 things you would have learned.


But it definitely made me rethink many of the stances I currently hold, which is always helpful. Welsing’s writing very dense and difficult to get through.

Black people are going to have to stop laughing and listening to loud radios. Whyte envy of the black phallus is addressed unconsciously when whytes constantly concerns themselves with the comparative size of the black phallus versus the size of the whyte phallus. Therefore, historical consciousness is not enough.

Thank you for knowledge and truth I am over 50 and have was never taught or aware of this information. Written in easy to digest Essays Frances Cress Welsing has made the information accessible. Thanks for an awesome read. This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat Welsing was big on symbolism. However, historically, the only way for whyte men to have sex with a Black woman was to enslave her, and then defile her womanhood.

The gun then becomes the desired all-powerful phallus of the whyte male, which he conceives of as being an equaliser to the phallus of a Black and other non-whyte males. Stop stealing from one another. 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. Aug 17, Michael Gardner-Bey rated it it was amazing Shelves: Welsing analyses racism and its delirious effects by decoding the symbolisms of whyte domination.


7 things you would have learned if you read ‘The Isis Papers’ by Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

Therefore to ban the gun for the ceess male is to castrate him symbolically, to remove his defense mechanism for the ever present threat of white genetic annihilation.

In summary, I found this book to be poorly written, often times unrealistic, imbalanced and contradictory. See 2 questions about The Isis Papers…. I will now share with my four sons.

Fuller demonstrated what racism is, and where it functions, however, The Isis Papers shows how and why racism function. No trivia or quizzes yet. There are no discussion topics cres this book yet. I am not sure if it was me or the current sociopolitical state or that Cress becomes more subtle and nuanced as the essays progress but I found the second half of the book much more realistic and relatable, although still outlandish.

The constant realization that my history extends to the beginning of humankind and not with the brutal and inhumane institution of black slavery always reminds me that my skin color is a result of the start of humanity and that I should be proud, difficult as it may be living in a world that is oppressive.