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Lauryn Hill, Haile Selassie & The Marley Legacy

August 18, 2011

On July 23, 2011 music superstar Lauryn Hill gave birth to her sixth (6) child, whose name at the time of this writing has not yet been released to the public. While most media attention circulated on who is the actual father of the child, the significance of the date of when the child was […]

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 […]

The Metaphysical Connections Between Sugar Minot, Buju Banton & Gregory Isaacs

October 30, 2010

The events surrounding  Reggae artists Buju Banton,  Sugar Minot and Gregory Isaacs reveal a connection between the three men which can be found in the metaphysical understanding of the month of July. The month of July appears in the life story of Buju Banton, Sugar Minot and Gregory Isaacs. The 7th month of the year also serves as 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 […]

Marcus Mosiah Garvey:Mystic Master Builder

August 17, 2010

The Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey from 1914 to 1940, led the largest mass movement of African people the world has ever seen then and now.  His spiritual imprint resonates in many individuals, organizations, nations and cultural expressions  and despite honors bestowed upon Marcus Garvey posthumously, he has yet to receive the recognition worthy of his life’s work and true historical significance. “Prior […]

The Spirit of Sankofa: Etana’s Song “Roots”

August 9, 2010

  Reggae female artist Etana’s song “Roots” is an anthem for the survival as well as the ascendancy of African culture through the commitment of and to the youth. The song is from her 2008 “The Strong One” album.  The title of the song as well as the symbols and cultural references seen in the video, display […]

The Number 11 & The Occult History of Jamaica

August 7, 2010

The number “11” appears frequently in Jamaican history. When we look at Jamaica’s institutions of power and cultural pioneers, we find the number 11.  It is considered to be a master number and as such is not simplified to its single digit which would be “2”.  The number “11” possesses the same properties as the number”2″ as well as its own.  “11” can also […]