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    Africa : Renaming Africa

    For those of you who have read my text Aaluja Vol. II: Cyena-Ntu Religion and Philosophy (2020), in Chapter 7 is suggest a new name for Africa, given we don't know its meaning and it was imposed on us by Europeans. Here are the nuances for my proposal discussed in Imhotep (2020). #bukanda
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    Black People : Ancient Sparta (Greece) and Modern Police Brutality

    In this presentation, I discuss the connection between ancient Sparta (Greece), its culture and psychology, in relation to modern police brutality in the United States and Europe. Many persons in the African-American community can't comprehend why European 'authority' figures and police are so...
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    The Front Porch : Black Rebels

    Welcome. Tell us a little bit more about yourself and interests.
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    Black People : Kemet doesn't mean black-land or black-people

    Pre-Order your copy TODAY! Book Release Date: January 1, 2020 Aaluja, Vol. II: Cyena-Ntu Religion and Philosophy Pre-Sale Price: $29.99 + shipping (if ordering outside the U.S., inbox me first or send an email to info@***************). Regular Price: $45.00 << Remember that upon ordering, you...
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    Black Spirituality Religion : In Context Series: Afrocentricity and African Spirituality

    I think that what is discussed in this brief excerpt is really what's missing from our dialogues about spirituality. It is the African agency, the audacity to see the world from one's own perspective that is so challenging to European and Arab worldviews.
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    Black Spirituality Religion : What is spirituality?

    After a 20 year systematic research into African wisdom and religious traditions, I have concluded that: Pre-Order Your Copy Today! Pre-Sale Price $29.99 + shipping (regular $45 + shipping) Link: https://***************/shop-market/books/aaluja-vol-ii-cyena-ntu-religion-and-philosophy
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    Black Spirituality Religion : Reconstructing African Wisdom Traditions

    The following excerpt is very informative for a number of reasons. In one sense, although focused on the Yoruba of Nigeria, it applies to the ancient Egyptian Nile Valley culture as well. Secondly, it underscores the fact that when you see “conflicting” stories or variations in myth in culture...
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    Black Spirituality Religion : Reconstructing African Wisdom Traditions

    Aaluja Vol. II: Cyena-Ntu Religion and Philosophy (Jan. 2020) has a mission that is unique from most texts written about African religions. One major difference is that it is a comparative study that seeks connections between African wisdom traditions based on their language family connections...
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    Black Spirituality Religion : Aaluja Vol. II: Cyena-Ntu Religion and Philosophy

    Aaluja Vol. II: Cyena-Ntu Religion and Philosophy (Jan. 2020) has a mission that is unique from most texts written about African religions. One major difference is that it is a comparative study that seeks connections between African wisdom traditions based on their language family connections...
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    African Traditional Religion : The first God

    The word jtn.w "Aten" is actually a dialectal variant of the name ra.w "The sun-god Ra." Akhenaten belonged to a different dialect speaking group than the ones who elevated the name ra.w. What this is is a clear case of politics of one ethnic group elevating their ethnic group (and ancestors)...
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    Law Forum : Are there any black gun groups here in Philly?

    Are there any black gun groups here in Philly? Looking into acquiring a firearm and looking for places to train and the like.
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    Black People : Towards a Comparative Dictionary of Cikam (Egyptian)

    PRE-SALE: Towards a Comparative Dictionary of Cikam and Modern African Languages is a collection of vocabulary comparisons from the various works of Asar Imhotep (from 2013-2019) of the ancient Egyptian language with cognates in modern African languages (e.g., ciBantu, Kalenjiin, Sumerian...
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    Black Spirituality Religion : Ra "the sun-god" is not Allah!

    Why would I have to think differently than the ancient Egyptians who used the pronoun "he" (e.g., the suffix .f) in the language when referring to Ra.w. Not only that, there is no feminine -t marker added to his name, unlike his counterpart ra.yt, which indicates that she is female. So we don't...
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    Black Atheists : It's impossible to be an Atheist from an (general) African perspective

    This is exactly as I thought. You made an assumption and posted a response without asking for clarity. When your error was pointed out to you, you then accuse me of assuming but can't state an assumption. We can only interpret your response as a failed ad-hominem because you really didn't have...
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