Apparently, it’s a cosmic law that whatever the government wages war against mysteriously becomes exponentially worse. Take drugs, for example. After decades of a brutal and destructive international war, drugs just keep on becoming more prevalent and more dangerous. But the drug war is part of the zeitgeist, and so we have that strange and … Continue reading The Diabolical Truth About Mass-Market Cocaine
it is becoming apparent that technology is beginning to replace humans in the work force. This alone is on the verge of creating some of the most difficult problems that our society has been faced with over the past century, but what might be even more troubling is the rise of hyper-realistic sex robots. As part … Continue reading Samantha; The rise of sex robots and the end of humanity
When I was ten years old, my father posed the following question to me: "The story or the warrior, which is mightier?" "The warrior!" I replied." My father shook his head in disagreement. "The story. The story is mightier than the warrior," he said to me. "How can that be?" I asked him. "The story … Continue reading BROADENING THE STORY; WE DID IT.
Until the end of 16 century, Africa was far more advanced than Europe in terms of political organization, science, technology and culture. That prosperity continued, despite the European slavery ravages, till the 17th and 18th century. The continent was crowded with tens of great and prosperous cities, empires and kingdoms with King Askia Toure of … Continue reading Broadening the story; Why there are no historical buildings or monuments in sub-Saharan Africa!
The word MA’AT means, “THAT WHICH IS STRAIGHT, RIGHT, TRUE, SINCERE AND HONEST. Also MA’AT is the principle connected in the ancient symbol of The Ancient Egyptian Order, the pyramid with the LOTUS FLOWER in the center surrounded by THE THREE SUNS OF THE TRIAD OF TIME.THE THREE POINTS OF THE PYRAMID ARE THE THREE … Continue reading MAAT
The term Greek philosophy, to begin with is a misnomer, for there is no such philosophy in existence. The ancient Egyptians had developed a very complex religious system, called the Mysteries, which was also the first system of salvation. As such, it regarded the human body as a prison house of the soul, which could … Continue reading Broadening the story; The reality of Greek Philosophy
Now, the unrestrained man or woman in the temple is like a tree grown in infertile ground. Its leaves wither quickly and its unripe fruit falls to the earth. It reaches its end in the lumber yard or it is floated far from its place. And its burial cloth becomes a flame of fire. But … Continue reading Broadening the story; The ten virtues of Ancient African Culture