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Presidential Crisis In The Ivory Coast, Cholera Outbreak In Haiti & Arrest of WikiLeaks Julian Assange: Black Cat Symbol Meets Chaos

December 8, 2010

The Black Cat Symbol which has been described in previous articles continues literally to “march on”.  Due to the pattern identified with current and previous news stories, the Black Cat Symbol is or has become the organizing archetype for the completion of the “Great Project” currently under taken by the ruling elite. The key features of this […]

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 […]

Buju Banton, Rev.Eddie Long, Tony Curtis & Suicides In America: The Occult Presence Of The Military Industrial Complex

October 9, 2010

The media news cycle from September 9, 2010  to  October 8, 2010 imposed negative concentrated thought by highlighting events that were aligned with occult celebrations, the homosexual agenda and the military interests of the elite. Occult in this context refers to its literal definition of “being hidden” as well its metaphysical aspects as well. The occult calendar celebrations are Autumn Equinox, […]

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 […]

Peter Tosh: The Legacy Of A Revolutionary Artist

September 12, 2010

Reggae great and music pioneer Peter Tosh authored some of the most militant and conscious raising songs in music history such as “Get Up Stand Up”, “You Can’t Blame The Youth”, “Equal Rights”, “No Nuclear War” and “Legalize It” to name a few. His legacy as an artist has endured 23 years after his murder […]

Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Barack Obama & The Abraham Lincoln Symbolic Code Of Social Control

September 8, 2010

In the lives and deaths of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. we can discern connections that go beyond the obvious.  This can be accomplished by identifying the appearance of the numbers 5, 39 and 44 in their walk on this plane of life. The number 5 appears for Malcolm X and Martin Luther […]