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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 […]

Metaphysical Meaning Of April 4, 2011

April 5, 2011

“When numbers begin repeating themselves around you it is often a signal that you are on purpose in life, and to be awake for new opportunities… a signal to connect with your soul…”  Danielle Daoust April 4, 2011 in terms of numerology is equal to 4-4-4. The year “2011” equals 4: 2011=2+0+11=13=1+3=4.  April is the […]

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 […]

Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Malcolm X & Martin Luther King: Mystical Connections

November 9, 2010

Peter Tosh and Bob Marley in many ways were similar to Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr. in the spiritual make-up of the historic iconic figures. Peter Tosh and Malcolm X were considered the radicals of their times, both known for their forceful language that provoked thought as well as served as a call to […]

Historical Connections; Spiritual Signs: Sugar Minott, Buju Banton & Gregory Isaacs

November 2, 2010

Sugar Minott, Buju Banton and Gregory Isaacs have the month of July in common. Sugar Minott passed away on July 10, 2010, while Buju Banton was born on July 15, 1973.  Gregory Isaacs shares the same day of birth as Buju Banton, being born on July 15, 1951. Each day mentioned corresponds with other major events in world history: July 10 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]