Thursday, February 28, 2013


You may think I am going to provide a lot of research and information here, NOPE!!!! You if you are reading this an interested in what I mean, you must began to search, find, and seek knowledge to know self and understand your ancestry and then begin to honor your ancestors!

All life, all people originated from the continent now called "Africa", Merita.  The knowledge center of Merita was "Egypt", Kemet.  So if EVERYONE on the planet earth traces their ancestry they shall find their origins in Merita!

Black was a label given to our ancestors because of their skin color.  Africa was a name given to the continent due to its conqueror.

People of color are "melanin rich", melanin which we all know is what makes are skin the beautiful varying hues of brown that it is. 

The first written language Medu Neteru you know this as "hieroglyphics".  Yes, history was written, it was written in stone.  Papyrus was created in Kemet then came paper and books.  As the saying goes there is nothing new under the sun, this saying is so true, and knowledge, math, science, and many of "modern" technology, if not most or dare I say all comes from Kemet and Merita.

Its time we know our history and go further than the continental US!


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Wednesday, February 27, 2013


This was posted on's FaceBook page and I wanted to share!   

Have you wondered what's the whole yearly ritual with the Oscar Awards, Golds Statues and movie stars? Well it may go back way further than you think, way back to Africa in Ancient Egypt. In Egypt there were two major Gods one in charge of Picture making and craftsmen and the other with the Stars and the Afterlife. One of these Gods was called Ptah lord of PICTURE MAKING, CRAFTSMEN AND ARTIST. In the modern world where do you find ARTIST, CRAFTSMEN and MOTION PICTURES being made? In Hollywood of course, so the Oscar statues are modeled from the God Ptah.
The ancient scribes and sculptors who created the best sculptures and pictures for the temples after their work was completed they would be granted a statue of the God Ptah from the Pharaoh himself. This ritual would take place at the capital at MnNfr/Memphis in the HutKaPth/Temple of Ptah.
This ritual is still performed today where an actor wins a statue like the God Ptah for the BEST PICTURE.
The term Oscar also dates to an Egyptian God Asar/Osiris who ruled over the underworld in the constellation Sah today called Orion
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According to the pyramid text the oldest religious text ever written by man the Pharaohs soul would ascend to Sah/Orion to be reborn as a ★STAR★ to live for eternity. The only catch was according to the pyramid text is that Pharaoh's Ba/soul would have to transform into a AKH/spirit to travel and reach Asar in Orion, similar to how today you have to become a ACTOR to win a Oscar. Today scientist at NASA have discovered that Orion indeed has a Star Nebula where stars are born. How did the ancients know this before modern technology? It's not by chance that the Egyptian term Sah sounds like the modern word Star. In today's world Pharaohs are no longer attempting to transform their souls into Stars in the kingdom of Asar but actors are with their Oscar's.
Modern stars are found in Hollywood where their goal is to receive the most prestigious Oscar Award and then become superstars. Check the New Yorker Cover >>
A small note to add the brother of the star God Asar was called SeT lord of illusions, Chaos and materialism, and in Hollywood when they are creating a dream world or an illusion its referred to as a movie Set. So after leaving the movie SeT as a Akh or actor they hope to meet Asar or Oscar after playing the role of the Hero or Horus like the Pharaohs of old. The God of picture making Ptah and the God of Stars Asar when combined you get the Oscars. Ancient myths and rituals are still being performed in a modern form.
The question now becomes despite todays religions what brotherhood has kept the ancient Gods relevant in this modern world? More to come in Raturn of the Gods: Rise of the ShemsuHor
By the way this is the last month to see Orion/Sah is the night sky's till fall Happy Oscar's Star Gazing* *°.˛*.˛.°★。˛°.★** *★* * ( also on FaceBook) 

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Monday, February 25, 2013


Last Saturday, I went to see the stage play FELA at the Arie Crown theater.  I had no idea what to expect or no knowledge of who Fela Kuti was before seeing this electrifying, engaging, politically conscious play!


From the play, I learned this man Fela attempted to wake up those in his nation, Nigeria, through music and lyrics.  Due to his activism he was a target of government and the powers that be who did not want any changes to the status quo of how Nigeria was/is.

His song Zombie made me think about many of us around the world.  Fela said a Zombie walks, talks, moves, and thinks the way it is told/programmed too.  Now one may be reading this saying to themselves, I'm not a Zombie.  So let me as this, how often do you believe what you hear or see on the radio, TV, or even in history books?  How often do you simply believe without researching or choosing to not believe?



You can read the lyrics to International Thief here:

The production of the play was awesome, the message behind the play intrigued me to want to learn more about Fela Kuti and the struggles of Nigeria.  If you did not attend the play this year in Chicago or wherever you may be WHEN it returns I encourage you to attend.  I believe any child over the age of 14 will appreciate the knowledge.  As it applies to the US government and even my city of Chicago.  It seems those that speak out against government are black balled, killed, made out to be criminals, harrassed, etc.

Read more about Fela Kuti here: 

He also has an autobiography Fela: The Bitch of a Life by Carlos Moore

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Friday, February 22, 2013


After Spike Lee released his film about the life of Malcolm X, hats with X on them and other apparel were released.  I had a black hat with a white X on it, I wore it school one day.  A counselor stopped me, asked me what the X meant.  I looked at her and kept walking.  I was a little disturbed that she was unaware.  After all she was a part of the educational system but maybe I should have explained it to her.  

I also remember at the end of Spike Lee's movie, different children and people proclaimed.  I am Malcolm X!

Sometimes I feel Malcolm's legacy has been overshadowed by Dr. King's because Malcolm X believed in obtaining things by any means necessary, even if that meant violence.  However, there are countless stories in the bible where violence, war, and battles were required to defeat the enemy.










Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. His mother, Louise Norton Little, was a homemaker occupied with the family's eight children. His father, Earl Little, was an outspoken Baptist minister and avid supporter of Black Nationalist leader Marcus Garvey. Earl's civil rights activism prompted death threats from the white supremacist organization Black Legion, forcing the family to relocate twice before Malcolm's fourth birthday.

"When my mother was pregnant with me, she told me later, a party of hooded Klu Klux Klan riders galloped up to our home... Brandishing their shotguns and rifles, they shouted for my father to come out."
Regardless of the Little's efforts to elude the Legion, in 1929 their Lansing, Michigan home was burned to the ground. Two years later, Earl's body was found lying across the town's trolley tracks. Police ruled both incidents as accidents, but the Little's were certain that members of the Black Legion were responsible. Louise suffered emotional breakdown several years after the death of her husband and was committed to a mental institution. Her children were split up amongst various foster homes and orphanages.

Growing up

Malcolm was a smart, focused student. He graduated from junior high at the top of his class. However, when a favorite teacher told Malcolm his dream of becoming a lawyer was "no realistic goal for a nigger," Malcolm lost interest in school. He dropped out, spent some time in Boston, Massachusetts working various odd jobs, and then traveled to Harlem, New York where he committed petty crimes. By 1942 Malcolm was coordinating various narcotics, prostitution and gambling rings. Read more at (

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Thursday, February 21, 2013


If you think this blog post is about Barack Obama I regret to inform you that he is the 8th "Black" President of the United States.

The 1st "Black" President was John Hanson (

A central figure of the Revolutionary War and early United States nationhood, John Hanson served as the first president of the United States In Congress Assembled, the nation's original government chartered under the Articles of Confederation. His friend and political ally George Washington reported to President Hanson and later served as the first president of the nation's second government under the Constitution. Read more here

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Wednesday, February 20, 2013


My favorite quotes from last week:

"If you are always talking about your problems, don't be surprised if you live in perpetual defeat." Joel Osteen

"Take action from a place of Love, Trust & Belief. Love of Self, Trust in your Creator & Belief that anything is possible!" Mastin Kipp

"Sometimes people take you under their wing bcuz they're afraid you'll soar higher than them. Be careful." Tony Gaskins

"The unhappiest people in this world, are those who care the most about what other people think." via @idillionaire

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While watching Hidden Colors 2 something hit home for me and it sparked an immediate change in myself.  To loosely quote the movie, an African American went into a Korean beauty supply that sells hair, the AA attempted to sell hair to the Korean shop, they declined.  The AA then offered to sell the hair for half the amount the Korean shop was already paying.  The Korean shop still declined.  The Korean then told the AA we support our own, you all, AAs, buy from anyone.

This is so true, many AAs do shop and buy with anyone.  I immediately went on FaceBook and posted a comment asking for all that know of any AA nail salons or nail technicians.  As I now go to the Asian community to get my nails done, instead of supporting my own.  

Therefore, I've made a conscious decision to support my own.  Ironically, I was speaking to my mother this morning and she mentioned she went to the Brickyard Mall, she walked into a store and didn't notice any AAs working in the store, she asked where the AA employees were, discovered the store had none and she left.  She decided not to shop in that store because they did not employ AAs.

When I think about the state of affairs for the majority of AAs, poor education, poverty, low employment, high employment, I commended my mother.  While her choice to not support won't put that particular store out of business or make them change their policy.  What if more people joined with her and decided to not shop in stores that didn't employ AAs and let them know that is why they aren't shopping/buying from that store or restaurant? What if?

This is absolutely what I'm leaning toward.  One universal language seems to be the almighty dollar.  It is time out for businesses opening up in our communities benefiting and profiting off of us but not contributing anything to our community our causes.  Why do we support these establishments?  Why do we complain and contemplate the state of black America but continue to be an active participant in our own demise?

Yes, I know, I've heard numerous times the stories of poor customer service from AA owned businesses, employees with bad attitudes, people showing up late etc.  But I dare ask other establishments that provide you with poor customer service you are not quick to write them off.  Or the ones that provide you with quality customer service but employ no one or few that look like you therefore in no way do they support the upliftment of your people, why continue to give them your business?

Why not support your own? Provide positive feedback and constructive criticism instead of writing them off and all AA owned business all together?

I know its easier to get your nails done by Koreans but why allow all of these shops to pop up in your community but not employ ANYONE that looks like you?  They aren't making any impact in your community! 

This is not necessarily to put companies out of business, this is an attempt to ensure that AAs get their just due be it jobs, education, services, and that our businesses thrive by supporting our own.  It is time for us to be more selective and think before we make a purchase.

As what I realized is while I'm thinking about the problem, possible solutions, volunteering and giving my time, I am apart of the problem because I rarely support my own and the businesses of those who look like me.

It is time we make a difference and support our own!

Feel free to post comments of AA owned businesses that you are aware of!

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013


Everyday I've learned something new this year and I love it.  Did you know that GAP Band...G.A.P. stands for Greenwood, Archer, and Pine the city and  streets of Oklahoma were prominent black people were thriving and they had their own?  Streets in Tulsa, OK that were bombed.  Why were they bombed? Race riots, why because Black Wall Street was taking over.  Read more here (New blog post: Black History Month: Pope St. Miltiades

This song is a history lesson and political statement, not just for entertainment.


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Monday, February 18, 2013



A Black Madonna or Black Virgin is a statue or painting of Mary in which she is depicted with dark skin, especially those created in Europe in the medieval period or earlier. In this specialized sense "Black Madonna" does not refer to images of the Virgin Mary portrayed as specifically ethnically black, which are popular in Africa and areas with large black populations, such as Brazil and the United States, but rather refers to all portrayals of the Virgin Mary with dark skin that were created during this time period; however, some scholars in the afrocentric and theosophical community believe that the Black Madonnas are black because they were a copy of the Egyptian Isis and Horus image that was both black and African. (

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Friday, February 15, 2013


Hatshepsut (1479 - 1457 BC)

Queen Hatshepsut Queen Hatshepsut (left) was the first great woman in recorded history: the forerunner of such figures as Cleopatra, Catherine the Great and Elizabeth I.
Her rise to power went against all the conventions of her time. She was the first wife and Queen of Thutmose II and on his death proclaimed herself Pharaoh, denying the old king's son, her nephew, his inheritance. To support her cause she claimed the God Amun-Ra spoke, saying "welcome my sweet daughter, my favourite, the king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Maatkare, Hatshepsut. Thou art the King, taking possession of the Two Lands." She dressed as a king, even wearing a false beard and the Egyptian people seem to have accepted this unprecedented behaviour. 


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Thursday, February 14, 2013


Benjamin Banneker an astrologer, with a photographic memory, modernized the clock, Big Ben in England is named after him.


Big Ben in England

The architect of Washington DC, DC is aligned with the heavens and stars, it took someone with vast knowledge to design DC.  Read more about Benjamin Bannekar here and continue your research of him if interested (

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Wednesday, February 13, 2013


Beethoven, an African man?  


Classical music, an origin of Africa? The piano, harp, and zylophone, all attributed to Africa.

"They know who we are, we don't know who we are." Hidden Colors

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013


Now you may be asking what does Samurai have to do with Black History?  Well, lets start here "For a Samurai to be brave, he must have a bit of Black blood." Japanese Proverb (

These post this week, are to start you thinking and researching if you care to learn and are a seeker like myself.  This information I have learned from watching Hidden Colors 1 & 2 and I am doing my own research but want to share!

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Monday, February 11, 2013


Our history begins 100s of thousands of years ago but todays fact,  One of the first Popes of the Catholic church was an African man.  Pope St. Miltiades.  He was born in Northern Africa. (


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Saturday, February 9, 2013


The True Name of
The Homeland
Merita or Tamert is the traditional name for the continent known today as Africa. It is still used today by the traditional societies around the continent. It is a traditional Medu (hieroglyphics) word which when translated means Meri - Beloved and Tah - Land (Our Beloved Land). 

Kemet was the worldwide civilization that preserved the earth and its people for over 100,000 years before the modern colonial systems gained power. Today Kemet is misrepresented as the territory of the Nile Valley. Traditionally the Nile Valley was the capital of the great Kemetic civilization. As the Kemetic civilization spread around the world, the continent of Merita, the Americas, Australia and the territories of China, India and parts of Europe were all referred to as Kemet because of their allegience to the original civilization. (

Thursday, February 7, 2013


I read an interesting fact today and decided to write about or post about Mansa Musa.  When he died he was the wealthiest man on earth and no one has amassed that amount of wealth yet.  He had 400,000,000,000.00 Yes, you are reading that correctly $400BB.

My only question, what happened to the wealth?  Where did it go.  Someone said to me that type of money doesn't last 600 years.  I cannot believe that not one iota.  I've read with the wealth Bill Gates has he could spend thousands of dollars daily and still wouldn't go broke before he died.  So I want to know where did the money go?

Richest Man Of All Time Mansa Musa I 

Tuesday, February 5, 2013


Gigantic stone head of Negritic African
during the Olmec (Xi) Civilization

By Paul Barton
Negritic African The earliest people in the Americas were people of the Negritic African race, who entered the Americas perhaps as early as 100,000 years ago, by way of the bering straight and about thirty thousand years ago in a worldwide maritime undertaking that included journeys from the then wet and lake filled Sahara towards the Indian Ocean and the Pacific, and from West Africa across the Atlantic Ocean towards the Americas.
According to the Gladwin Thesis, this ancient journey occurred, particularly about 75,000 years ago and included Black Pygmies, Black Negritic peoples and Black Australoids similar to the Aboriginal Black people of Australia and parts of Asia, including India. (

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Monday, February 4, 2013


While I am from Chicago and believe in Chicago Over Everything, the Bears were not in the Superbowl so once the Bears were eliminated I decided to ride the Ravens wave all the way to Super Bowl XLVII and they won!!!!!! Congratulations to Ray Lewis, Flacco, Suggs, and the entire Ravens Nation.  

After half-time, the Ravens immediately scored a touchdown and then, half the lights in the stadium went out.  Many of the commentators questioned would that act turn the momentum of the game.  Once the lights came back on, it seemed the 49ers had a new fire and they scored 17 unanswered points but the Ravens held on and won the game.  Watching games as this when the score is tight is not good for the heart and the blood pressure but nevertheless, it was a great game.








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Wife of Thoth

Ma'at - Goddess of Justice
ostrich feather in her hair

Ma'at Ma'at Ma'at was the goddess of truth, justice and harmony. She was the wife of Thoth, the god of wisdom, since you need wisdom to find truth and justice. Both Ma'at and Thoth helped at the Weighing of the Heart.

The feather of Ma'at was an ostrich plume. She wore it on her head. The chief judge in charge of the Egyptian law courts was known as the "priest of Ma'at". He began court hearings by wearing the feather of Ma'at. The judge gave the feather to the person who won his case in the law courts.

The pharaoh had to promise that he would follow Ma'at. This means that he would be a just pharaoh, and keep order in Egypt. (

42 Negative Confessions (Papyrus of Ani)

  1. I have not committed sin.
  2. I have not committed robbery with violence.
  3. I have not stolen.
  4. I have not slain men and women.
  5. I have not stolen grain.
  6. I have not purloined offerings.
  7. I have not stolen the property of the god.
  8. I have not uttered lies.
  9. I have not carried away food.
  10. I have not uttered curses.
  11. I have not committed adultery, I have not lain with men.
  12. I have made none to weep.
  13. I have not eaten the heart [i.e I have not grieved uselessly, or felt remorse].
  14. I have not attacked any man.
  15. I am not a man of deceit.
  16. I have not stolen cultivated land.
  17. I have not been an eavesdropper.
  18. I have slandered [no man].
  19. I have not been angry without just cause.
  20. I have not debauched the wife of any man.
  21. I have not debauched the wife of [any] man. (repeats the previous affirmation but addressed to a different god).
  22. I have not polluted myself.
  23. I have terrorised none.
  24. I have not transgressed [the Law].
  25. I have not been wroth.
  26. I have not shut my ears to the words of truth.
  27. I have not blasphemed.
  28. I am not a man of violence.
  29. I am not a stirrer up of strife (or a disturber of the peace).
  30. I have not acted (or judged) with undue haste.
  31. I have not pried into matters.
  32. I have not multiplied my words in speaking.
  33. I have wronged none, I have done no evil.
  34. I have not worked witchcraft against the King (or blasphemed against the King).
  35. I have never stopped [the flow of] water.
  36. I have never raised my voice (spoken arrogantly, or in anger).
  37. I have not cursed (or blasphemed) God.
  38. I have not acted with evil rage.
  39. I have not stolen the bread of the gods.
  40. I have not carried away the khenfu cakes from the Spirits of the dead.
  41. I have not snatched away the bread of the child, nor treated with contempt the god of my city.
  42. I have not slain the cattle belonging to the god.[25]
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Sunday, February 3, 2013


There is a challenge this month on Instagram for Black History Month, today's challenge post an influential African American Woman, I posted a few on Instagram but decided to release a blog today full of influential African/African American women of history and that are creating and making history today.  It is important to recognize our ankhcestors, those who came before us, that laid the trail when there was none, those who set foot on the trails laid and set them ablaze.  These are women of strength, courage, power, humility, grace, and compassion.  These women are leaders, business owners, record setters and breakers, these women are simply awesome.  This list is not all encompassing or comprehensive but it is a glimpse of the INFLUENTIAL women of today and yesterday.  They are my inspiration!