“I Am An African” ~ Thabo Mbeki

Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki, the second president of South Africa [June 1999 – September 2008], delivered this self-penned speech entitled “I Am an African” on May 8th, 1996. During this time Mbeki was serving as Vice President of South Africa under… Read More

The Galactic Codex

NOTE: The Galactic Codex (paraphrased and reprinted here from various Internet sources) purportedly represents the legal basis for all actions of The Confederation of Light, a collective body said to be made up of this and other galaxies. This… Read More

Mazisi Kunene ~ Creative Power

Mazisi Kunene – freedom fighter, literary icon, Africa’s poet laureate, and South Africa’s first poet laureate – was born in Durban, in the modern-day province of KwaZulu-Natal on May 12th, 1930. Kunene championed African oral traditions, conveying their inherent… Read More

I Re-member ~ “Nakumbuka Day” (11/11)

Adinkra symbol of God’s omnipresence and the perpetual existence of man’s spirit… This symbol signifies the immortality of man’s soul, believed to be a part of God. Because the soul rests with God after death, it cannot die.

I Re-Member ~ “Nakumbuka Day” (11/11)

Adinkra symbol of God’s omnipresence and the perpetual existence of man’s spirit… This symbol signifies the immortality of man’s soul, believed to be a part of God. Because the soul rests with God after death, it cannot die.