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

Ancestral Timeline: 12/21/12

For years, many prophesied that December 21st, 2012 (12/21/12) on the western Gregorian calendar would usher in the biblically-forecast time of the Apocalypse (‘lifting of the veil’), because this date marked the end of the Mesoamerican Long Count… 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

Sankofa ~ 2020 Foresight

2019 marks a historic realignment and opens the door to healing in Africa’s collective soul and consciousness. Slavery’s cruel time-portal, symbolized by the “door of no return” on the western shores of the continent, has in 2019 become… Read More

When & Where I Enter

“Only the black woman can say ‘when and where I enter, in the quiet, undisputed dignity of my womanhood, without violence and without suing or special patronage, then and there the whole …race enters with me.’” [Anna J…. 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,

Hathor ~ Mansion of Heru

Hwt-hr is the Kemetic version of Hathor, meaning ‘Mansion of Heru.’ Indeed, as Heru’s divine consort, Hathor is regarded as the sky in which he – as the sun god and “Djedi Sky Walker”/ Dancer – dwells. Hathor is… Read More

Mut ~ Djed-I Queen

“Who is she that looketh forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the sun, and terrible as an army with banners?” [Song of Songs 6:10 KJV]  MUT [Mwt/Maut/Golden Dawn]  – meaning “mother,” is the name of the African… Read More

Pyramid Wisdom & Story

“Pyramids are universal symbols of the human Self.” This statement caught my attention in the book entitled King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine by Robert Moore (Jungian psychologist) and mythologist Douglas Gillette [NY: Harper… Read More