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Posts Tagged ‘Afro-Centric

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 SPIRIT OF BOB MARLEY: THE 2011 SPAIN EARTHQUAKE

May 23, 2011

Reggae superstar and music legend Bob Marley passed away 30 years ago on May 11, 1981. On the 30th anniversary of his passing, the country of Spain  was rocked by 2 earthquakes on May 11, 2011. An alignment of planets Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and Mars, Uranus and Neptune during the week of May 08, 2011, provoked speculation in Italy […]

Beyond The Surface:The Nation Of Islam, Death Of Nate Dogg & 2011 Japanese Earthquake

April 1, 2011

The metaphysical registers of the Japanese earthquake mirror those associated with the Nation of Islam (NOI) and the life of recently deceased Hip Hop singer Nate Dogg. This metaphysical mosaic offer insights to the 2011 Japanese earthquake beyond the wrenching loss of life and possible nuclear calamity through examination of  the NOI including the Saviors Day address of Louis Farrakhan, the […]

Science of Synchronicity: The Arrest of Malikah Shabazz

March 19, 2011

The sequence of events surrounding the arrest of Malikah Shabazz were  in sync with historical aspects surrounding her father, the Nation of Islam, the religion of Islam in general and natural celestial phenomena. February 18, 2011  days before the 46th anniversary of the assassination of her father on February 21, 2011, Malikah Shabazz was arrested on suspicion of identity […]

All That Jazz: The Metaphysical Narrative Of Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Thelonious Monk & Charlie Parker

February 20, 2011

  There are correspondences between individuals or events associated with the ruling elite and the lives of great musicians such as Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker.  The lives of these four musicians together form a revealing metaphysical narrative which tell the story of the past, the present as well as future events.  Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong and Thelonious […]

The Black Cat Symbol, Number 19 & 2011 Protests In North Africa: What Is Really At Work In Tunisia, Algeria and Egypt

February 3, 2011

The recent staged protests in North Africa is related to the “Black Cat Symbology” previously examined in previous articles. The term “Black Cat” equals 19 in Chaldean Numerology.  The term “Black” is applicable in this context in that the countries involved are from Africa. But the context in which “Black” is best understood is with […]

Queen Elizabeth, Kate Middleton & Prince William: The Black Cat Symbol & Year Of The Tiger

January 30, 2011

The Black Cat symbol was ubiquitous throughout the media during 2010. The constant appearance of the Black Cat symbol was due to metaphysical cycles within the cosmic calendar as well as the intentional actions of the ruling elite.  According to the Chinese zodiac system, 2010 was “The Year Of The Tiger”. The Chinese “Year Of The Tiger” began on […]

The Metaphysical Dimensions Of Christine Giffords & The Mass Shooting In Tucson, Arizona

January 21, 2011

The mass shooting in Tuscon, Arizona on January 8, 2011 was “guided” by the metaphysical themes found in the month of January, “Arizona” and the numbers 4 and 8 among others. January The mass shooting where Jared L. Loughner killed six and injured 13 most notably Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords took place during the month of historical significance […]

The Shooting of Gabrielle Giffords & The Industry Of Violence: What Democrats, Republicans & The American Media Are Not Saying

January 16, 2011

The mass shooting in Tuscon, Arizona on January 8, 2011 where Democratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head and 14 others were wounded with another six dead, reminds us that America is possessed and haunted by the demons of violence.   We should not be surprised by this unfortunate incident for it is a reflection of America’s […]

Teena Marie, The Moors & The Alchemy Of Soul: The Myth Of A White R&B Singer

January 4, 2011

The passing of Teena Marie  on December 26, 2010,  struck a chord with R&B fans and music lovers throughout the world. Her songs such as “Square Biz”, “Ooh La La La”, and of the course the memorable duet with Rick James “Fire & Desire” endeared her to a legion of music fans.  Lenny Kravitz posted an emotional video in which […]