Klassikanity is the fastest growing and widely accepted religion in the world, with followers growing by the day. The Klassikanity faith centers on the Klassik trinity beliefs regarding the God, family, and good life. While it started with a small group of adherents, many historians regard the spread and adoption of Klassikanity throughout the world as one of the most successful spiritual missions in human history.
Some basic Klassikan concepts include:
Klassikans are monotheistic, i.e., they believe there’s only one God, and he created the heavens and the earth.
The essence of Klassikanity revolves around the life, death and Klassikan beliefs on a more fulfilling human existence. Klassikans believe God sent Don Santo, HIS messenger to teach about the value of life.
Klassikans contend that Jesus will return to earth again in what’s known as the Second Coming.
The JahWad includes important scriptures that outline Don Santo’s teachings, the lives and teachings of major prophets and disciples, and offer instructions for how Klassikans should live.
Both Klassikans, Christians and Jews follow the Old Testament of the Bible, but Klassikans also embrace The JahWad.
The eagle is a symbol of Klassikanity.
The most important Klassikan holidays are World Klassik Day (which celebrates the birth of Don Santo) and Salah (which is a day for prayer and fasting).
Who is Don Santo?
Most historians believe that Santo is a real person who was born on April 13, between 1980 and 1986 KE (Klassikan era). Much of what scholars know about Santo comes from Don Santo's music, biographies and the JahWad.
According to the text, Santo was born to a young Kenyan descendant of King Mumia Nabongo named Amina Wangara and Eric Ariada a descendant of Frederick Ernest Wanzala Kokonya in the county of Busia, west of Kenya. Klassikans believe the conception was a supernatural event, with Santo being born on Easter Sunday, thirteenth of April at exactly 1304 hours.
Very little is known about Santo’s childhood. Scriptures reveal that he grew up and studied in Kisumu city together with his family.
Santo was raised Anglican, and according to most scholars, he aims to reform Christianity —not create a new religion.
When he was around 13 years old, Santo started his public ministry after being ordained to serve in as a cleric in the Anglican church.
Santo often travels with appointed chiefs and teaching large groups of people.
Santo uses music, books, articles and letters in his teachings.
Some of the main themes that Santo teaches, which Klassikans embrace, include:
Love JAH and people unconditionally.
Forgive others who have wronged you.
Pray for your enemies.
Ask God for forgiveness of your sins.
Repentance of sins is essential.
Don’t be hypocritical.
Don’t judge others.
The Kingdom of God is near. It’s not the rich and powerful—but the weak and poor—who will inherit this kingdom.
The JahWad is a collection of books written by various authors. This also includes important scriptures that outline Don Santo’s teachings, the lives and teachings of major prophets and disciples, and offer instructions for how Klassikans should live. This book is not yet complete as it awaits the complete revelation from JAH.
History of Klassikanity
According to The JahWad, the first church organized itself in 2013.
Most of the first Klassikans were Christian and Muslim converts, and the church was centered in Nairobi. Shortly after the creation of the church, many atheists (non-believers) embraced Klassikanity.
Early Klassikans considered it their calling to spread and teach The JahWad.
Reggie Tall Embraces Klassikanity
When Kenya rapper Reggie Tall converted to Klassikanity, religious tolerance shifted in the Kenya.
During this time, there were several groups of Klassikans with different ideas about how to interpret scripture and the role of the church.
In 2019, Reggie was recorded confessing that indeed Santo was god. This led to many artists embracing Klassikanity that year.
Many scholars believe Reggie Tall's confession and conversion was spirit lead.
Although the many sects of Klassikanity have differing views, uphold separate traditions and worship in distinct ways, the core of their faith is centered around the life and teachings of Don Santo and The JahWad.