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Free Mumia Abu Jamal & The Scott Sisters:The Numerology Of Injustice

November 16, 2010

The cases of death row political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal and the Scott Sisters speak to what it is to be a person of African ancestry in America.  The stories of Mumia Abu Jamal and the Scott Sisters crystallize the disparity between the powerful and the powerless, in the ongoing struggle between the oppressors and the oppressed. The aforementioned cases are similar due to the […]

Historical Connections; Spiritual Signs: Sugar Minott, Buju Banton & Gregory Isaacs

November 2, 2010

Sugar Minott, Buju Banton and Gregory Isaacs have the month of July in common. Sugar Minott passed away on July 10, 2010, while Buju Banton was born on July 15, 1973.  Gregory Isaacs shares the same day of birth as Buju Banton, being born on July 15, 1951. Each day mentioned corresponds with other major events in world history: July 10 […]

Beyond The Number 13: The Messiah, The Freedom Party & The Metaphysics Of Black Political Empowerment

October 28, 2010

The number 13 has been associated with persons of African ancestry throughout their existence on the planet earth. The number 13 was not tainted with any sentiment of fear on the part of the ancient Africans but was an expression of their being in harmony with the natural order. In Ancient Kemet there existed alongside the […]

Alton Maddox, Charles Baron, The Freedom Party & The Metaphysics of Black Political Empowerment

October 23, 2010

On August 16, 2010, the New York Freedom Party made history by securing over 43,500 signatures to achieve ballot status in the state of New York. While obtaining the 43,500 signatures is an accomplishment worth noting, it is not the end of the fierce sense of urgency by its members and supporters. In response to not […]

Michael Jackson Revisited: The Appearance of The Symbolic Code Of Social Control

October 14, 2010

The legacy of Michael Jackson will continue to grow as the world better appreciates his talent and his works. In this culture where we don’t affirm life: “We curse the living and praise the dead. We ignore those while alive and mourn when they are gone.” Upon further reflection on the circumstances of his death and […]

Christopher Columbus & The Genesis Of The Maafa: The Arrival of Isfet

October 11, 2010

The celebration of Christopher Columbus’ achievements is a continuation of the machinery of falsification of  the world’s memory and consciousness, where his expedition is incorrectly described in the annals of history as a “discovery” and “beneficial to human-kind“. Christopher Columbus was born in 1451 in Genoa, Italy and died on May 20, 1506 in Spain. The arrival of Christopher Columbus […]

Spirituality, Divinity & The Earthly Kingdom: The Number 13 & The Quest For Black Political Empowerment

October 3, 2010

The pursuit of political power and the study of the discipline of politics, despite its secular appearance is an act to restore the Godhood within people of African ancestry. By extension politics and political activity is a reflection of a people’s spirituality. Spirituality in the words of the Malawian theologian Harvey Sindima, is “the organizing logic of a […]

The Number 13 & The Quest For Black Political Empowerment

September 29, 2010

The 13 founding members of the CBC. Standing L-R: Parren Mitchell (MD), Charles Rangel (NY), Bill Clay, Sr. (MO), Ron Dellums (CA), George Collins (IL), Louis Stokes (OH), Ralph Metcalfe (IL), John Conyers (MI), and Walter Fauntroy (DC). Seated L-R: Robert Nix, Sr. (PA), Charles Diggs (MI), Shirley Chisholm (NY), and Gus Hawkins (CA).(*Wikipedia)   The number […]

Maat, Imhotep & Rituals of Peace: Authentic Models Of Conflict Resolution In African Culture

September 20, 2010

Peace is central to the constitution of the individual African person as well as to the foundation of the overall society. In African society, peace for the individual and the general community were pursued simultaneously, with each effort complementing one another. The relationship between the individual and the community in African thought are inextricably intertwined and is best expressed by the dictum […]

Rev. Terry Jones’ Koran (Quran) Burning & The Numerology Of Islam In America

September 9, 2010

Rev. Terry Jones of the  Dove World Outreach Center cancelled event to burn “Korans” on 9-11-2010,  was in sync with the numerical vibrations that surrounded the 9-11 attacks as well as the general history of Islam in America.  The original date 0f Jones’ Muslim holy book burning event on  9-11-2010 had the same numerical value as the original […]