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Knowledge is Power & Wisdom is The Light

Posted On: January 27, 2015

"Money and fame is fleeting, but wisdom and knowledge is forever."

---- Andrale Marie'

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Visionaries

Posted On: January 26, 2015

Visionaries, also known as night owls.

"Visionaries, those who see the unseen, the invisible.. in order to do the impossible."

— Author Unknown

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The Origin of The Cross, The "Ankh" Chronicles

Posted On: January 26, 2015

We're going to get a little controversial.

We all know the story of the "cross" and Jesus Christ. And how one must bear their own crosses in life. But where did the cross originate from? Why was a cross used to persecute Jesus Christ? What is the true significance of the cross? Ever wonder why the Ku Klux Klan used a burning cross for their acts of racism?

The thing with questions are, there are always answers to them, if we are willing to seek and accept the truth of those answers. No matter how painful it might be.

The picture below is an ancient cross, it's called an "ankh" and I'm sure some of you know that. Looking at the picture, you can easily see where the cross originated from.

Below is a picture of a modern day cross. The cross that we all know and the story that is connected to it.

The ancient cross, the "ankh" and the "modern day cross" have two different meanings.

The ankh represents "life," while the modern day cross represents "death," because Jesus Christ died on the cross. And that is the reason Ku Klux Klan burned crosses and placed them in Black neighborhoods, or in front of Black people's houses, to signify death. As in death to Black people. That is how the Ku Klux Klan used the cross, although it was not created for that purpose.

When it comes to religion, the modern day cross also represents faith because of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. So, it would also mean the modern day cross represents life, because it was the persecution of the cross that led to the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

The ancient cross, the ankh does not only represent life in itself, but it represents eternal life. And that is why the Egyptians were mummified with them. The ankh has been glorified all over. It has been depicted in movies, cartoons, books, comic books and etc. The ankh symbolism also, inspired artifacts in all cultures and races, not just with religion.

Below is a 1913 science fiction movie called, "Message From Mars" from Brittian, where the actors in the movie are all wearing an ankh.

And a 1971 comic book illustration below,  which displays the symbolism of the ankh.

Isn't just ironic how so many symbolism, buildings, money, basically.. the world was inspired by Africa and its essence. And how its been hidden from us. It makes one wonder, why?

Also, it's ironic how the Ku Klux Klan tried to use something Black people created against them, to try to destroy them. But instead, Black people marched, boycotted and etc., until they elevated themselves from it.

Things that make you go hmmm...

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Throwback Thursday Quotes: Sniper's Aim

Posted On: January 15, 2015

"The Sniper and her right hand got a fearless aim.

Never missing the target, all she needs is one eye to see all."

—- Andrale Marie’

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Things That Make You Go Hmmm: The Breakdown of The Word "Human"

Posted On: January 12, 2015

There are several theories about how humans evolved, how we came to be. We have the "caveman theory," which I'll get into some other day. It's a very controversial theory that is more directed towards one particular race. Then we have the theory about the apes and etc. The "ape theory" is more of a scientific theory, which is far fetched.


As human beings, we are created, designed and made in God's likeness and image. But nobody knows how God looks like. There is this so called image of Jesus Christ that most people believe and it's really sad because that image is a fabrication, it's a big lie! It's an actual image of somebody who was the total opposite of Jesus Christ. If you are Black, Asian and etc, how can you worship this White God when he is not even made in your image? It's contradicting. Because again, we are "all" created in God's image and likeness. So, these pictures of this White Jesus that is floating around would contradict that. The actual image of this White Jesus is actually "Cesare Borgia." You could do the research yourself but I'm not going to get into that right now.

Let's look at the word "human" and break it down.


The word "hue" means "color" so if we were to put hue and man together, we would have the word "hueman," which would mean "colored man." The irony of that is, Black people are said to be from scientists and ancient writings due to research, as the beginners of civilization, where humanity actually evolved from.

Now let's get rid of the "e" in "hue" and look at the word "hu" which means "God" in Arabic. Let's combine the word "hu" and "man" and we have "human," which would mean "Godman." Now, this is a very interesting irony because we as humans are made in God's likeness and image. Depending on what you believe in, we as humans are one step down from the angels but yet somehow balanced, because of our power of free will. The free will of choice which started the whole war of good and evil, between God and Satan. Because God gave humans this power of free will, to basically choose between good and evil.

Back to the word "human" which really means "Godman." And it makes you wonder about this controversial lyric from Jay Z in Usher's song, 'Hot Tottie,' where Jay Z talks about being born a God who was downgraded to a human being.

"I was born a God/I made myself a King/Which means I downgraded to a human being/You was born a Goddess/ I made you my Queen."

--- Jay Z

Some people are actually offended by this lyrical quote and think Jay Z should not compare himself to God or Jesus Christ for that matter. But if we look at the word "human" and what the suffix of it is, is Jay Z off? Because again, we are created in God's likeness and image, that would makes us Godbodies. But depending on the purpose of why we are created, either we serve as angels or like Jay Z said, we are downgraded as human beings. Or, we can elevate ourselves and become Kings and Queens.

Things that make you hmmm...

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