Sheba’s Tribulation

Sheba – aka “Saba… Bilquis… Makeda… Shulamite… Queen of the South… & Queen of Heaven” – is a legendary and consequential African figure in Judeo-Christian, Islamic and Ethiopic texts which, along with cinematic portrayals of Sheba, have been… Read More

Per-Ankh: House of Life, Love, Light…

Per-Ankh were learning centers attached to the temples of ancient Egypt where, under the leadership of god Djehuti, knowledge was considered organic and sacred. The hieroglyph for per-Ankh (an open square over the ankh “key of life” symbol)… Read More

Earth, Wind, Fire & Water

Earth Wind & Fire (EWF) is undoubtedly one of the greatest bands of all time, as their claim to three of the four natural elements suggest they should be! Hits like In the Stone provide EWF fans an… Read More

UbuNtu ~ Manifest Twinergy

Following 2019 – the “Year of Return” marking the 400th anniversary since enslaved Africans first set foot in the Americas at Jamestown, VA in 1619 – 2020 has evolved as an iconoclastic year, following the horrific murder-by-police of… Read More

“Nakumbuka” 11/11 ~ The MA’ATrix Re-membered

‘Nakumbuka‘ means ‘I remember’ in Kiswahili. November 11th has been recognized as ‘Nakumbuka Day’ by the Pan-African Associations of America since 1994 when the first ceremony was held at San Diego State University in California. It was set aside as… Read More

Mother Tree

In no other place on earth were deities so closely associated with their trees as in ancient Egyptian mythology and eschatology, Trees of Life upon which an external god later attached “forbidden fruit” as his rationale for humanity’s… Read More

The Womb of Time ~ Dendera

DENDERA ZODIAC Of the countless artifacts stolen from Africa, France takes special pride in displaying the Dendera Zodiac at the Louvre Museum in Paris – a legacy of the Napoleon Bonaparte era. Using gunpowder and explosives, engineer Jean… Read More

Nile Guardians of The World Temple

The longest river on EARTH flows unlike any other ~ from south-to-north. Out of the sentient HEART of Africa and birthplace of humanity, the Nile River travels well over 4,000 miles through 11 African countries: Kenya; Tanzania; Uganda;… Read More

She of 7 Points

African Goddess Seshat was referred to as Sefket-Abwy – meaning “she of seven points” – by Pharaoh Tuthmosis III (1479-1425 BCE). She wears a signature seven-pointed crown which has led to speculation about the hidden Africa-centered significance of the crown… Read More

Hymns to Amun

~ HYMN TO THE GOD AMON-RA ~  from the Boulaq Papyrus (XVIII Dynasty, 1552-1295 BCE) “Praise to Amon-Ra The Bull of On-Heliopolis, Prince of all the Gods, The Good and Perfect God, the Beloved One,

Ascension ~ “Black Orchid”

“…She has touched the farthest star Her beauty speaks of what we are And her freedom makes us free Her now is in eternity, infinite to all that see And her dreams have been achieved Now there is… Read More

Panther ~ Black Rite-of-Passage

“Great, another broken white boy for us to fix!” One of several funny lines from Black Panther delivered by Shuri in reference to CIA Agent Everett Ross. “What the hail!” My line when I left the theater on… Read More