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Learn How Michael Casey Is Redefining The World

I recently had the opportunity to exclusively interview Michael Casey about five random facts about himself, what are his goals he hopes to achieve this year. Plus learning an interesting fact about Michael Casey . Check out my interview with Michael below:

Loryn: What have you've learned about yourself during this pandemic?

Michael: I learned that I gravitate to the power of the universe and bend it to my will, not the other way around. Immaculate Conception’s ideology comes from African women having so much melanin in the ectoderm of their womb that they can self-initiate fertilization because melanin can replicate itself. Just like a gifted Black woman can have a baby, I learned that I can will myself to copy the God particle inside of me and use it to change my circumstances.

Loryn: What's a personal goal you've love to accomplish this year?

Michael: This year I am looking forward to purchasing the land and start construction on Black Hero Theater, A Dinner Adventure Experience. It’s a dinner-themed theatrical performance show where Black superheroes quest against cosmic strife while showcasing their rich Afrocentric backstories as guests eat Vegetarian Soul Food and listen to a music score played by a live band.

Loryn: If you could choose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor?

Michael: I never had a mentor and never wanted to. Steadman Graham told me, about 16 years ago, to never let anyone define you because, almost for a certainty, they will represent you as something less than themselves. It’s, unfortunately, human nature. I see myself the way Sun Ra did. He said that the universe was his mentor and that it gave him insight into God’s. I’d rather have a teacher than a mentor, and if I could choose any teacher, it would be the high priest Manetho from the Mystery Schools of Egypt. This man is rumored to have taught Confucius or, Melchizedek the king of Canaan who led Abraham.

Loryn: If you had a magic stick, what's one thing you'd change about your life?

Michael: I would change being born without the amount of melanin the universe naturally intended for me. This means that I would Presto Chango white slave masters are raping my fifth and sixth-generation grandmother to maintain the color of the West African ancestors who are my progenitors. I would be able to wield more magic this way.

Loryn: What would people be surprised to learn about you?

Michael: People would be surprised to learn that although I am one of the most pro-Black men on the face of the planet. Always remember that Black people did everything first, and some of the things that are associated as being ungodly were God in disguise.

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