James M. Whitfield

James Monroe Whitfield - ghJames Monroe Whitfield (1822-1871)

James Monroe Whitfield [was] born in New Hampshire in 1822 to free black [people], probably attended a local school in New Hampshire, and eventually married and had two sons and a daughter. By the late 1840s Whitfield was working in Buffalo as a barber. In 1850 Frederick Douglass urged Whitfield to relinquish what he regarded as his lowly, menial job, but the facts would indicate that Whitfield, like a number of free black Continue reading


The Little Black Book (PDF)

Nkrumah Potrait 1Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

Name: Nkrumah 
Other Names: Dr. Kwame
Date of Birth: 1909-09-21
Place: Nkroful, Western Reg 

Father: Kofi Ngonloma of the Asona Clan
Mother: Elizabeth Nyanibah of the Anona Clan
Wife: Helena Ritz Fathia

Childhood Mentor: Dr. Kwegyir Aggrey (Assistant Vice Principal and the first African member of staff at the then Prince of Wales’ College at Achimota)
Education & Career Pattern: Nkrumah was first named Francis Nwia-Kofi (the latter name, after a prominent family personality), but later changed his name to Kwame Nkrumah in 1945 in the UK – he was born on Saturday. Continue reading

Kwame Nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah: Africa’s “Man of the Millenium”
By Guyana Under Siege

Kwame Nkrumah became an international symbol of freedom, as the leader of the first black African country to shake off the chains of colonial rule.

As midnight struck on March 5, 1957 and the Gold Coast became Ghana, Nkrumah declared:

‘We are going to see that we create our own African personality and identity. We again rededicate ourselves in the struggle to emancipate other countries in Africa; for our independence is meaningless unless it is linked up with the total liberation of the African continent.’ Continue reading

Upgrading the Conquest of Africa

America's Conquest of Africa: The Roles of France and Israel

America’s Conquest of Africa: The Roles of France and Israel
Introduction by Cynthia McKinney
By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya and Julien Teil, 2011


Introduction: “Operation Gladio” Then and Now…  

I will begin with the scandal of Operation Gladio that climaxed in the murder of former Italian Prime Minister, Aldo Moro, who on the day of his kidnapping, was to announce an Italian coalition government that would include the Italian Communist Party. 

Leader of the Christian Democratic Party at that time, Francesco Cossiga, admits in the 1992 BBC Timewatch documentary about Operation Gladio, that he chose to “sacrifice” Moro “for the good of the Republic.”   Continue reading

Some Food For the Higher Mind

Weighing of the Heart

Ankh Amen (Alchemy)

There are 9 axioms of truth
And 42 divine laws upon which the universe stays put
THE ALL is not gender specific
So why, only thank him
When you were her fruit
Creation is female so give thanks
To Khepera and Nut
The axiom of gender
Beyond physical
Is so subliminal

Not related to sex, but in a spiritual context
Anthropomorphic evaluations become Continue reading