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VAUGHN BENJAMIN: AKAE BEKA & POWER OF THE MYSTIC

November 20, 2019

” Enoch 68:19 This is the number of the Kasbel; the principal part of the oath which the Most High, dwelling in glory, revealed to the holy ones. Enoch 68:20 Its name is Beka. He spoke to holy Michael to discover to them the sacred name, that they might understand that secret name, and thus remember […]

Buju Banton & The Expression of The Rastafari Archetype

August 23, 2019

To the untrained eye “people are just people”. However, we are all holders of higher expressions of the Creator. This is the case whether we are aware of it or not. Or even if we have made mistakes in our lives. The past struggles of Buju Banton are well documented and don’t need to be […]

Beyond August 6, 1962: The Secret History of Jamaica Vol.1

August 9, 2019

  The Secret History of  Jamaica is found in the code of  the  Black Cat Archetype 19. The Black Cat Archetype 19 maintains that throughout all major events in history we can identify the feline archetype in one form or the other. The presence of the feline archetype is hidden, thus  a province of the occult/spiritual sciences, namely astrology […]

The Black Cat Symbol, The Lion of Judah:Prince William, Kate Middleton and The Legacy Of Africa

November 25, 2010

The announcement of the engagement of Prince William to Kate Middleton, the scheduled date of their upcoming marriage,  as well as the plethora of news stories containing the embedded coded reference to the Black Cat Symbol are the metaphysical representations of the ongoing conflict between the ruling white elite and people of African ancestry. The key for the ruling […]

The Black Cat: Ancient Symbol In Current Times As Seen With Mumia Abu Jamal, Cathie Black, Kate Middleton, Kanye West & Others

November 20, 2010

The month of November witnessed various stories that contained in embedded code the “Black Cat” symbol. The “Black Cat” symbol was present in news stories involving Mumia Abu Jamal, Cathie Black, Kate Middleton, Kanye West. Other news stories can be included in the context of this study such as the candidacy of Charles Barron, the legal troubles of Reggae superstar Buju Banton […]

Black Cat In November: Kate Middleton, Cathie Black & The Theory Of Oppositional Synchronicity

November 18, 2010

Various news stories in November 2010, contain encoded references to “Black Cat” due to the associations and names of the people involved as well as the date of each event. The hidden coded reference to “Black Cat” has meaning to both persons of African ancestry and the white ruling elite. The existence of the dual meaning of “Black Cat” […]

African People & The Month Of November: Black Solidarity Month & Beyond

November 10, 2010

(Menelik II of Ethiopia) The month of November for persons of African ancestry highlights events that recognize the spirit of freedom within themselves and their demonstration of self-determination. A sign of a free people is their ability to choose their own leaders, in effect crown their own Kings and Queens. As opposed to having their leaders or […]

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 […]

Forgotten Faces: Persons of African Ancestry & 9-11

September 16, 2010

  Pilot Leroy Homer, Wife Melodie & His Daughter Laurel “I am an invisible man….I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fiber and liquids – and I might even be said to possess a mind. I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me.” Ralph Ellison: The Invisible Man  The events that […]

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 […]