High-tech lynching is the modernized version of psychological warfare that lynching was in the past. It uses the media to promote fear. Lynching is very seldom done by a rope in modern times. The lynching and castration of the African diaspora has taken a new form that needs to be recognized and handled in a different way than in the past.… Read more
I woke up this morning to a headline on my Facebook newsfeed that says a policeman and a friend on the force murdered a 24-year-old woman because she was not submissive enough.
I am so outraged to see this headline because of a senseless murder but also because I know the language is one that is born out of Christian doctrines.… Read more
Religion has failed in uplifting the African diaspora in America. Slave programming is still part of our worshiping in America. In many ways, African-Americans pray as our slave ancestors did within the oppressive system of slavery.
Please don’t take this as a personal attack if you are Christian or an attack on Christianity.… Read more
The police shootings are a baptism for the African diaspora in America and the country of the United States of America. Allow me to explain.
People of the African diaspora have always been a deeply spiritual people. Because of systematic racism propagated around the world on POC religious and spiritual systems have been a source of relief and hope for the better.… Read more
Ancient Egyptians used symbols from nature to express abstract concepts. The ancient Egyptian Neter Anubis (Greek) or Anpu (Egyptian) is known as the guardian of the dead. Anpu is as a neter goes back into pre-historic times. In ancient inner Africa this neter was first represented by the jackal before the domestication of the dog.… Read more
Have you come to a place where you are asking what is your life purpose? When I was Christian that was a really easy question to answer but not always simple to apply, in my life, on a daily basis.… Read more
Ausar is a universal principle. On a Natual level, it is the cycle of life, death, and regeneration. Nature was ancient Africans first teacher.
We see one example of the Ausar principle represented in nature as vegetation that dies and is reborn anew each spring.… Read more