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Veterans Day Holiday, Nat Turner,& Angola Independence: The Theory Of Oppositional Synchronicity

November 12, 2010

The theory of “oppositional synchronicity” addresses when two or more groups whose interests are in opposition to each other, have events that are important to both occur on the same day or take place in the same “space”. From the perspective of the sacred arts, the simultaneous events or dates may have the same metaphysical representation in […]

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 […]

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 […]

Glen Beck & Elias Abuelazam Conspiracy By Numbers:The Ritual Desecration of The 1963 March On Washington Part IV

August 28, 2010

Both Glenn Beck and Elias Abuelazam embody a meaning of the day “August 28th” that is antithetical to the interests of people of African ancestry. The new meaning of” August 28th” was forged by the pursuit of justice on the part of the persons of  African ancestry and their supporters of  good will in other communities. Events have occurred on “August 28th” […]

Nat Turner: Higher Calling Beyond Religion

August 21, 2010

Nat Turner lived from October 2, 1800 to November 11, 1831. Nat Turner was referred to by other enslaved Africans in his area as “The Prophet” out of respect for his preaching and spiritual demeanor. Turner’s role as “leader of a slave rebellion in Virginia on August 21, 1831 that resulted in 56 (some sources state 55) deaths among […]