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Friday, December 19, 2014

The Legend of King "Author" & His 12 Knights of the Clock Table

All deadlines are dead lines. They are artificial time markers that serve as Knights of the Round Table inside of our wrist watches and clocks. Deadlines are the feudal ambassadors and enforcers of Time, to whom all serfs must pay tribute.

Anything that perpetually bows to time will be crucified on the cross of spiritual impotence with no chance of resurrection. If our entire lives revolve around deadlines set by others then we relegate ourselves to zombies. We fashion our own corpses as exemplars of the undead.

Let's work on making time what we want it to be, because when we simply “manage” time, we make it the primary focus of our existence which it was never meant to be. It's so reactionary, which is the complete opposite of  proactivity.

It would serve us well to focus intently on what we actually value, before giving any thought about how time influences what we think we value. In doing this we construct the circumstantial mechanism that propels us through time at the speed of our core values.

Your life is a book, and you were meant to be the author of your days. Are you sitting comfortably on your throne as “King Author” or do you bow to “King Arthur”?

When we make time bow and curtsey to our own personal values then we’re using the magic of Merlin to effectively govern the empire of our years through the miraculous art of space-time perception.

This is the promised key to the pearly gates of the heaven in the firmament of our minds. Behold, the kingdom is ours!

Sunday, December 14, 2014

3rd IMAX: Visions from the Golden Screen

Some people call the pineal gland the First Eye. That’s all well and good. It makes a lot of sense since it’s the most important eye. Our ability to see out of it clearly is most critical to our psycho-spiritual development. I, however, call it the Third Eye because it’s the last of the three that we see out of clearly.

Some may say that your perception that pineal vision develops as part of a tertiary process is based on you using the artificial construct of time as a place marker during your journey of human experience. Interestingly enough, the people who say this actually validate the element of time as a tangible reality by using a word like “first which only codifies time through the sequentialization of space-time perception. In other words if time doesn’t exist then nothing can be “first,” “second,” or “third.” It just is.

Whenever you say that something is “first” you are looking at it under the microscope of time. To say that time does not exist in one breath, and then say that something is “first” in another, betrays an unresolved anomaly in one’s reasoning. Time is not an illusion as I myself, have mistakenly stated in the past. It is very real, although there are certainly perceptions of reality that transcend the construct that we know as time. Something can be relative without it necessarily being an illusion, right? You don’t have to answer that right now, just think about it.

Time is generated by speech. Space-time perception is a byproduct of language. Time does not exist in the vacuum of outer space because there is no oxygen there. You need oxygen to mold the sounds that give form and structure to the spoken word. Verbal communication was introduced to planet Earth by individuals who have highly active time cells (T-Cells) in the hippocampus region of their brains.

The hippocampus is the campus of the Cosmic Mother Ta-Urt, who serves as the chancellor of the cerebral university that we’ve enrolled in by way of a womb. After the birth water spirits broke through to this dimension we received the word and the word gave us variations in flesh.

Time can be like a mother who cares for her young, because the more accurate that we are in mentally recording our personal experiences the more likely we are to gather the most that we can from these experiences to make better decisions in the future. Sound decision making protects us from the agonies of ignorance.

You give yourself immunity from the severities of ignorance when you look at your life experiences in their proper context. However its difficult to hold your personal experiences in their proper context if you do not sequence them properly in your brain.


Imagine watching a movie you’ve never seen before with every scene and every shot playing on a silver screen outside of its proper chronological sequence. It could be the most incredible movie ever made, but you will not be able to make any sense of it because you do not have the T-Cells that will allow you to process the scenes you’re watching in their correct chronological order.

What if this confusing movie I’ve just described is actually your life, which plays in your Third IMax theater at your appointed time of death? How will your soul extract the wealth of experience accumulated by your flesh over the course of a lifetime if you have not sequenced your life experiences in a coherent fashion?

                                      This is your life...

Time can be your mommy. Some say she heals all wounds. Mommy’s Ta-Urt Cells will protect you and guide you. Get her breast milk which you will need to process the concentric cycles of change that exist within the cycles of time. Don’t bow to mommy, though, because if you do you’ll probably never get married. If you do, your marriage will fail.

What we marry is what we value, and our values must take precedent over everything including the Time construct that we filter our values through. We should strive to venerate our values and respect, but not bow to, time and its dictates. When we do otherwise, we commit emotional incest and eventually end up with a mid-life crisis.

If you came out of your mother’s womb with your “first eye wide open, seeing and knowing, then you are a shining example for the rest of us to follow. I admire you. Sometimes I wonder whether or not people like you have wasted their time coming down to planet Earth, given that your personal evolution was already  complete by the time that you came out of your mother’s womb. Then again you probably came to Earth as a messiah to save our wayward souls. All of that is really none of my business though, so I won’t overly concern myself with it.

My journey has been very different from the first eye Messiah. I’m more like the frog on the path to becoming a prince. I’ve been strengthening the eye in the center of my brain through work, sacrifice, dedication, trial, and error. I’ve  enjoyed victories and  made mistakes. It’s all a part of the learning process.

The god Nefertem, son of Ptah and Sekhemet, is often seen with a blossoming lotus on top of his head. A lotus opens when the sun rises, and closes when the sun goes down. The sun’s perceived rising and setting are observed through space-time perception. Our calendar is based on this careful observation of this natural phenomenon. In Kemet, the external sun was known as Ra, which is also the internal sun inside of the circuit board of man.

                    Nefertem, son of Ptah and Sekhemet

In ancient Kemet “Nefer” meant “Beautiful.” The word “TEM” denotes perfection or striving to attain a state of completion, which is exactly what Stevie Wonder sings about on his classic song “Higher Ground.” I’m of the humble opinion that “T.E.M.” is also an acronym for “Third Eye Max, albeit I might be slightly biased in my assessment. The Black Sun will rise and every lotus will open. That is the future, which is a far cry from the present.

Myth is more reliable than history because it always conveys universal truths, whereas history is often “a lie agreed upon as Napoleon once said. The Kemetic myth of Nefertem suggests that full pineal gland development is something on man’s horizon, as opposed to something he has already attained. You have something beautiful to look forward to, and it’s a beauty beyond your wildest imagination.

The mythology of ancient India offers us much insight into the development of the pineal gland. Shiva, who is also affectionately known as Tryambaka (The Third Eyed One) can consume the world with cosmic fire when he opens his Third Eye. Fire breaks things down, but so do people who make you think. They break complex subjects down by explaining things to you in a way that you can understand it. Also, you burn down the present world with your Third Eye by constantly reevaluating how you’re navigating through it.


The best thing that you can do to incinerate an unjust and evil world is to be just and righteous in how you move. This may require self introspection which involves processing our thoughts, deeds, and actions through our Third Eye.

According to ancient Indian mythology, the goddess of love and fertility, Parvati, held Shiva’s eyes closed while they were making love and the whole universe fell into darkness. At this time, a new eye started to sprout from the god’s forehead. The sages of ancient India are showing us that we must close our two windows to the outside world to cultivate the pineal gland.

They’re also telling us from their own texts, which should serve as our primary sources, that the eye in your head is the last of your three eyes to develop. Consequently, any reference to a “first eye” in the pineal gland is inconsistent with the teachings of the early cultures who told us about the pineal gland and its powers of perception. Like I said earlier, that does not mean that the appellation lacks merit.

          A hippocampus on the left and a seahorse on the right 

We must go within ourselves through introspection to achieve pineal perception. We must ask ourselves questions and not take things that we see with the two eyes on our face at face value. When we dig deeper we activate the heart which is satellite, or better yet, a “saddle of light,” which we put on our seahorses to navigate this thing called life. Answers to questions begin to stream into our heads as a powerful live feed.

As long as we live in a world where unarmed Black men are gunned down and murdered by police before they reach the prime of their lives, we cannot, in good conscience, say that the Third Eye is the First Eye. As long as computer keyboard activists rail against the evils of society on social networks using fake names because they live in constant fear that they will be discovered and fired by their employers for telling the truth, then we cannot, in good conscience, say that the Third Eye is the First Eye. I say this because we have yet to make the “First Eye” PRIMARY in our everyday lives.

By reading and EXPERIENCING through our two eyes we have a unique opportunity to grow up and change this culture in the future, though. Until then, Third Eye Max is the goal. Nefer T.E.M.

Friday, December 5, 2014

The Formula: Trailblazing author dishes Practical Advice on Love and Relationships

It can be argued that it is not a lack of love, but an abundance of misunderstanding that causes many marriages in the United States to fail. While an estimated $72 billion a year is spent on weddings in the U.S. annually, an increasing number of marriages are ending in divorce. According to the University of Virginia’s State of Our Unions study for 2012, about half of all marriages in the United States result in divorce.  Since the 1970s the percentages of men and women who feel like they are in fulfilling marriages have been steadily in decline.

Ro Élori Cutno, the author of the book, ManLeads, has been on a crusade to combat the entropic forces of misery that cause marriages to fall apart. Cutno, who describes herself as a feminist, conducted a two-year long study in which she traveled the world with a research team interviewing happily married couples of various racial and ethnic backgrounds. Her goal was to identify the unifying threads that allowed these marriages to thrive. Her conclusion was that marriages succeed when level-headed, responsible men with resources are the unattested leaders of the family and its affairs, while women play the role of nurturers and supporters.

Cutno—who also has a channel on YouTube—argues that in the United States, a lot of men have become effeminized while several women, unbeknownst to themselves, are masculine in their psychological orientation. The confusion of gender roles, she says, is an unappetizing recipe for disaster for many Americans today. Cutno’s book is a manual designed to get couples, as well as single men and women, on the fast track to mutual satisfaction. Very recently Cutno and I spoke about her book project.

The title of your book is Man Leads. For the sake of clarity among my  readers, what is a man?

A man is a male who is unapologetically a protector and a provider. He leads his family without any apologies.

Many people today believe that leading a family is a mutually shared responsibility between a husband and wife, and the whole idea of the man as the unquestioned leader of a household is an outmoded idea. Why do you propose otherwise in your book?

If a man is not allowed to lead, then the woman takes on the leadership role simply because one person must take it. Contrary to what we have been taught, two people cannot drive a car with four hands on the steering wheel. Contrary to popular opinion, two people cannot lead a dance that is required to have harmony. When we believe that there should not be any leader, then the woman becomes the leader of the household.

Every household will have a leader whether we want to admit it or not. If a man is not in a position to be a leader, and his woman is in masculine energy, she must dominate him in order to lead. This decreases the man’s testosterone levels, which diminishes his mental acuity and skills to lead, because he will be out of practice. If a man does not already have these things in place he needs to remove himself in order to improve his skill and position himself within another family, of some form, either emotionally or physically.

What cultural changes took place within American society over the last century or more to make your stance so foreign to many American families?

Well, for Black Americans, the first thing was slavery. Then at the start of World War 2 the campaign started to get women into the workforce. That continued on, and increased, during the feminist movement. Generations after that American women are just masculine in their energy and have lost their natural feminine nurturing.  This applies to both white American women and Black American women.

That’s a perfect segue into the next question that I had for you, because a lot of women reading this may say “well, that’s exactly what I’m looking for, a masculine man.”  But what does that look like? How does this man conduct his affairs? I’m asking you this because a lot of young women don’t have a personal frame of reference for what a man is. They did not grow up with responsible fathers, uncles, or mentors that they can use as primary examples. Many learn from popular culture and what they observe among family and friends who are just as clueless as they are.

A masculine man values himself based on what he can protect, how he can protect, and what he can provide. You will see him pursue a career or a goal which is an expression of his masculinity. Even if he is not mature enough to settle down, he is moving in the direction of settling down with a woman. He may have sex with numerous women on the road to that, or he may not.  He definitely has goals and he is actively working towards them, not just talking about them.

In order to attract a masculine man women need to stop pursuing men. You cannot properly identify whether or not a man is masculine if you are pursuing him. Masculine men are repelled by women who pursue them because pursuing is a form of hunting, and hunting is masculine in nature. A masculine man may have sex with a woman who pursues him. He may even date her long term, or marry her. But it does not mean that he will feel as if he is with a feminine woman.

In order to find a masculine man, women need to not be masculine. The best way for a woman to find a masculine man is for her to stand in feminine energy so that he can find her. When he pursues you, you need to identify where he is in his life and what goals he has achieved because a masculine man cannot devote himself to a woman if he has not achieved certain goals that prove his ability to protect and provide. His age is something a woman needs to be aware of. The age in which a responsible woman would consider a man for a serious relationship needs to be adjusted.

Does being anatomically male automatically qualify one to be the leader of a household?

No. A male is not a man until he has reached certain goals in which he has proven himself to be able to protect and provide for a woman. All males mature at different ages, but no male is mature under 25 years of age. Most men do not mature until the age of 40.  Some will mature by the age of 35. However some males will never mature into men at all.

What practical solutions to relationship problems will men and women walk away with after reading your book?

Readers will learn the five different love languages. There are things that men and women do to express love. There are things that they require to feel loved.  What many people don’t realize is that men and women do not communicate love in the same way, nor do they receive love in the same way. This is a practical manual for men and women. I call it a book, but I use that term lightly. It is a manual that is very easy to read and apply to your everyday life. Men are finally getting what they want from a relationship book.

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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Kingdom Come: Author Omar TobiJah examines the Global Significance of Haile Selassie in New Book

Affectionately known as the “Father of Africa,” Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I was an iconic leader who found himself at the center of some of the 20th century’s most memorable events. The man that Time Magazine touted as its “Man of the Year” in 1936 was a prominent figure during World War 2, and was very influential in the African struggle for independence from European colonial powers in the decades that followed.

However, it often seems that Selassie’s life is most studied within the context of the Rastafarian faith. Just when it appeared that the emperor’s legacy and cultural relevance had been examined from every possible angle, author Omar TobiJah presents the second edition of his first book, Seventy Years Accomplished. The text filters much of Selassie’s stately wisdom through contemporary social issues and modern events impacting on people’s lives today. TobiJah recently spoke to Mind Glow Media about his new project.

What compelled you to write Seventy Years Accomplished?

There is a demand for truth and rights that each generation must fight for and be held accountable for. During the 20th Century various liberation movements sprang up around the globe and as a result of their success the world is safer and more humane for us to enjoy.

At the head of the fight against colonialism and oppression was Emperor Haile Selassie the First of Ethiopia who safeguarded the independence of the last remaining indigenous country on earth and then spearheaded the push to free all those who were being exploited by the imperialists. The fact that most of the people who profited from his good works do not acknowledge his contributions is a problem to me. I therefore thought it appropriate to write a book which explains his government and policies so that those who are seeking the truth can find it.

His Majesty said, These young people face a world beset with the most effectively organized program of deceptive propaganda and of thinly screened operations ever known; they deserve the best that can be taught by their parents, by religious institutions and by the University, to prepare them for a wise choiceamong contending ideals.”

There are those whose power and hegemony is threatened by the reign of Haile Selassie the First. They seek to deny his divinity so that they can continue to exploit the population.  We who seek for justice to prevail must also be vigilant in combating their deceit so that our generation may live up to its responsibility to humanity in making the world a better place. I would hope that my book is a small contribution towards this effort.

There are many books that explore the legacy that Emperor Haile Selassie has left behind. What makes your book uniquely different?

My book, Seventy Years Accomplished, offers an explanation on the Emperor which satisfies the inquiries of scholars and the faithful. The first thought that springs to mind whenever the name Haile Selassie I is mentioned is the Rastafari movement.

As a result, the literature on His Majesty is categorized into competing ideals between those who proclaim his divinity and those who deny him. I analyzed both positions objectively and decided that we should not be divided into hostile camps because there are valid points being made on each side.

But most people will not consider another person’s point of view because they feel threatened by this knowledge which indicates a false belief on their part that they are unwilling to correct. Under such circumstances there will never be any progress and we would have failed in our responsibility to advance the generation.

The various religions and cultures have much more in common than they have differences, but we have become polarized into competing factions that would work much better if we cooperated and learned from each other. The devious schemes of divide and rule have worked well in the past to subjugate nations, but now is the time to learn from history so that we do not continue to make the same mistakes.

What was the greatest challenge that you faced in writing your book?

The greatest challenge that anyone will encounter is the battle for their soul. In taking on the grand ideal of correcting the church and state, it is essential to first correct yourself because a messenger who thinks they are separate from their message is not worthy to deliver their edicts. I had to meditate upon these matters very seriously because I did not want to make the same errors of previous institutions that compromised the gospel to suite their lifestyle.

The doctrine is supposed to be greater than you because we are seeking the higher power. If God had the same ways of man then there would be no reason to follow him. This quest to better yourself is a lifelong mission and as long as we are making strides in the right direction then we are doing what we have to do because change occurs a little bit at a time. God does not call the qualified. He qualifies those who are called. By understanding these tenants I was able to overcome my insecurities of writing the book and follow that inner voice inside of me that commanded me to complete this publication.  

Historically, reggae music played an instrumental role in spreading the teachings of Rastafari. In this time, do you think that art, specifically music, should be used to galvanize the believers in their faith? If so, how should the music be approached?

It was Mortimer Planno’s idea that reggae should be used as the chief medium to spread the message of Rastafari. As a result it is common to think of the followers of Haile Selassie to be musicians who smoke marijuana and grow dreadlocks. In this regard the people are following Bob Marley and not the Emperor because His Majesty did not live or decree this type of lifestyle.

If the music and culture continues to take away from the prime objective of emulating Haile Selassie I then these customs must either be corrected or discarded. It is more important and impactful to seek to affect policy and gain political power than it is to smoke weed and sing songs. Music can be used to spread the message but it would be better if we were focused upon living according to the pattern that Emperor Haile Selassie I characterized. 

When you look at the current state of the world, what do you have the least amount of faith in at this time?

It is very daunting to analyze the present global crisis with wars on the horizon and a weak economy. I also find it disheartening that so many people are ignorant of the policies and achievements of Haile Selassie I when he offered concrete solutions on how to avoid these dilemmas. Just as with the crisis at the League of Nations, the reason why the world is in such disarray is because they have neglected His Majesty. It is essential that we learn from the mistakes of the past so that we do not repeat them.

How do you get beyond this to see the brighter side of things?

I am confident in the victory of good over evil because the wisdom in truth is stronger than the deceit of a lie. Those whose power and hegemony is threatened by the reign of Emperor Haile Selassie I want to erase his legacy and downplay his impact in the world. But it becomes quite obvious to anyone who takes the time to research these events that His Majesty was a tremendously important and wise leader.

The plot to whitewash his name out of the history books has been concocted with sinister intentions of preventing the people from advancing and accepting their salvation but this plot shall fail for all the obvious reasons. It is written in the prophecy that Satan shall be defeated and as this generation looks for its sign in the last days the true portent comes from the King of Kings and Lord of Lords who has revealed his face to all the nations and given us full assurance that those who work in accordance with his government and mission shall not fail.

Our faith has therefore taken on a greater meaning for that which we hope for has been confirmed and we know that the entire book shall be fulfilled and the wicked overthrown. We give thanks to Emperor Haile Selassie the First of Ethiopia for this revelation.    

Friday, October 3, 2014

The Discovery of America an Outgrowth of the Conquest of the Moors (E-BOOK)


Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Musical Seduction & The Circle of T.I.M.E.

Many of us have heard instances where two different chorus groups are singing two different parts of the same song at the same time. Perhaps, the most commonly recognized example of this is in the song “Row Your Boat.”

The other day it occurred to me that this singing approach may have been introduced to stimulate a Quantum Singularity in the brain of the listener.

A quantum singularity is an energetically charged, yet very localized, portion of space with a powerful gravitational pull. It’s sort of like a vagina at the moment of orgasm. The singing technique—not necessarily the song itself—opens up a swirling Black Hole in the center of the listener’s head to pull in energy or even higher information from the cosmos like a satellite dish.

This style of singing is effective for that specific purpose because it induces a STATE OF TRANCE in the listener, which allows them to depart from the Thinker without and reunite with the Knower within who does not have to think because they are always standing within the answer to every question imaginable all at once, at any given moment.

Interestingly enough, I did some research to see what this style of singing I’ve become curious about is called. I found that it’s called a “round.” That’s right, a round. Black holes, quantum singularities, and Stargates are often circular or “round.”

We can musically seduce the entire world into loving us again by infusing people with invisible, healing particle-wave medicine from beyond the circles of space-time perception.

The melodic repetition of phrases in mathematically symmetrical vocal patterns  can also open up this  energy portal I’ve described in the listener’s brain.

I was listening to “Hollywood” by Chaka Khan where she repeats “He’s on his way/he’s goin’ to Hollywood/he's bussin’ it to Hollywood/ Show him the way/He’s movin’ to Hollywood/He’s hoppin’ it to Hollywood.” She beautifully repeats this numerous times near the end of the song. Check it out.

This is the vocal equivalent of stirring a pot of water with a holy piece of wood to create a whirlpool effect. In the center of a whirlpool there is an opening where anything can be sucked in (boats, spices, directions, orders for programming or reprogramming). I call this whirlpool effect a “Trance Formation, since you are formatting your consciousness through a musically-induced trance.

Imagine reversing the spread of cancer by reprogramming rapidly reduplicating cells to replicate at a healthy rate by stimulating this whirlpool effect in each individual cell through musical tones.

The steady dumbing down of contemporary Black music can drive us further and further away from the science of music and its healing potential. Artistic integrity is more important today than it has ever been. Only when the technician becomes an artist can they truly be considered a scientist.

To be a scientist you must be inspired and driven by a grand vision that far exceeds what is in your immediate environment or frame of reference. The drive comes from within. The inspiration comes afterwards from beyond the circle.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Batman Returns: The Genetic Resurrection of the Dark Knight

Batman is without question one of the most popular American comic book characters of all time. Yet, as it has often been pointed out by several teachers who are observers of popular culture, your favorite comic book characters are usually grafted from the deities of ancient mythology, and culled from the personages of world history and folklore.

Batman is the alter ego of Bruce Wayne, a nobleman who was emotionally wounded by the gruesome murder of his parents who were gunned down like pigs by a petty criminal right before his eyes. As Wayne grew into adulthood, he vowed to rid the streets of Gotham City of crime as the “caped crusader,” Batman. However, what may not be so obvious is the fact that Batman is actually a Moorish nobleman in white face.

In the comic, Batman is the character taken on by Bruce Wayne. The name “Bruce” is of Scottish origin, and Scotland was named after queen Scota, who is believed to have been the daughter of the Kemetic Nysut Bity (so-called Pharaoh) Smenkhare. This of course would make queen Scota a NOBLE much like “BRUCE” Wayne is in the comic book.

The name “Bruce” appears to have originated with the 14th century Scottish King, Robert The Bruce.  The  kilt that he and many Scots wore is actually a latter-day rendition of the Kemetic “Shyndyt” that was worn by men in ancient Kemet, including Smenkhare himself. Initially, the plaid designs of the Scottish kilts were indicative of the noble family that the person who wore them belonged to.

Conceptually, the plaid button-up shirt worn today does have a relationship to the kilt. These shirts seem to be especially popular in California, which is really “KHALIF-ornia.” A “Khalif/Caliph/Khalifa” is the spiritual leader of a Muslim state.
As I have pointed out elsewhere, several Moors were politically Muslim while practicing African or African-derived life sciences on the continent of Africa and here in the Americas for thousands of years. These life sciences served as their spiritual foundation, whereas Islam served them in politics and commerce.

Islam eventually became synonymous with the historical Moors because politics and economics took precedence over their spiritual foundation. When that happened their minds deteriorated and their empires collapsed as money took precedence over family and REMAINING TRUE TO ONE’S BLOODLINE.
Unlike the historical Moors, the fictional Bruce Wayne remains true to his bloodline. He dedicates his entire life to fighting crime in memory of his murdered parents. What lessons can you extract from his example to improve your personal circumstance today?

 The name “Wayne” is English in origin and it literally means “wagon maker.” What is a wagon though? It is a vehicle used for the transportation of goods, something of value. If you are a man or woman of Noble birth, then your physical body is your wagon, because it is a vehicle that transports something of immense value, and that value is your BLOODLINE. 

Whereever you go in the world—for better or worse—you are the culmination of those men and women who came before you. They live in your blood. If you are a Noble, then your bloodline is your true wealth and it should be preserved at all costs. Nobility was introduced to England, Scotland, and other localities within Europe by the Black Nobility.

The Black Nobility was comprised of Black men and women who assumed a position of royalty based on their ability to exemplify nobility, which is in essence, the expressed ability to exercise good character and live a life of integrity. This was the original basis for inheriting the throne of rulership. It was all about living with integrity so that you could become a throne for the Godhead which thereby places you on the throne of leadership.

In the comic book, Batman does his crime fighting work in Gotham City, but “Gotham” is another name for New York City. In order for there to be a “New York” then there must be an “Old York” or else how could you have a “New” York? It is worth observing that one of the coat of arms used by a British family of YORKshire is that of a Black man with batwings protruding from both sides of his head. It is no coincidence that this English province was known to have large colonies of bats.

However Yorkshire was also a domain of the Black Nobility as evidenced by the Ivory Bangled Lady.  The title was given to a Black woman that archaeologists found buried in a sarcophagus with precious jewels in old York.

As an animal totem, the bat generally represents the ability to see people and things for who and what they are on a psychic level.  This is a spiritually cultivated sense of instinct that is fed by a heightened sense of intuition.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

The Holy Kabbalah of Rastafari

Is it Resh Tiphareth (Hebrew) or Ras Tafari (Amharic)? Both Hebrew and Ethiopian Amharic are related languages.  Interestingly enough, author Timothy White says that Ras Tafari, who was renamed Haile Selassie following his coronation as emperor of Ethiopia, “exhibited familiarity with Cabalistic doctrines,” in his book Catch A Fire: The Life of Bob Marley. Selassie’s hand gesture in the photo above is not a coincidence, as he intentionally displays the same gesture in several other photos. 

On the Cabalistic/Kabbalistic Tree of Life the power vector known as “Tiphareth (Beauty)” is representative of the sun which is known as “Zion” in Hebrew. Tiphareth unifies the concrete and the immaterial since it is a bridge between the objective plane and the subjective plane. In Cabalistic thought, Tiphareth is also synonymous with the “King of Kings, Lord of Lords and Conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah.” Meanwhile Kether represents his father who art in heaven.

When we magnify the beauty within ourselves, then beauty becomes an inescapable realty in the world around us. Fueled by love, this dedication to the cause of refinement fosters the Collective Security of the 10 power vectors that comprise Tree of Life. Once this covenant between the 10 spheres of influence has been achieved, the gift of the Holy Shekinah comes down from heaven to earth in the form of the New Jerusalem (Revelations 21:2), which is really the New HERU Salem (Peace). 

The descent of the celestial city, is the equivalent to the rise of the new day’s sun, Heru, who refuses to “Set” below the horizon. Peace of mind is what propels a man’s ascension through various stages of evolution as he reaches his highest ground.

If we were to superimpose Kemetic deities on the Tree of Life, then Heru would occupy Tiphareth, which is the sphere of beauty.

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Sweet Djinn Music & The Psychology Behind Power Accretion

“Spirits do not fall from Heaven except in anger or because they are expelled,”

 – Dogon priest Ogotemmêli speaking on the descent of the Nummo to planet Earth.

There are Sunni Muslims—specifically those of Indo-European descent—who believe that musical instruments, especially wind and string instruments, are Haram (forbidden) and should be avoided by true believers of the Islamic faith.

Some Islamic thinkers have even said that music is the Quran of Shaitan (Satan) and they use respected texts of their religious sect to reiterate this belief. According to the 13th century Islamic legal document Reliance of The Traveller, which references Hadith compiled by Abu Dawud—a 9th century theologian who moonlights as a ventriloquist for the prophet Muhammad—we read:

“Allah Mighty and Majestic sent me as a guidance and mercy to believers and commanded me to do away with musical instruments, flutes, strings, crucifixes, and the affair of the pre-Islamic period of ignorance. On the Day of Resurrection, Allah will pour molten lead into the ears of whoever sits listening to a songstress. Song makes hypocrisy grow in the heart as water does herbage.”  

The tambourine, which is a non-African instrument, is regarded with exception in this case. The quote above shows us the thought process of one who does not value a wide variety of sound in their music—a feature that has always typified African and African derived music. I’m willing to bet that Dawud was born to a people who aren’t known for making powerful music that can appeal to millions of people across the planet of all races, colors, and creeds. In other words, Dawud was not an African.

String instruments, like the violin and the piano (a piano was really just a harp inside of a wooden box with ivory keys attached to the strings. Harps were imported into Europe from North Africa. So were the elephant tusks used to make the piano keys since there are no elephants in Europe), were introduced to Europe by the Moors who gentrified Europe in the 8th century C.E. The Moors are the forefathers of what we have come to know as “classical music.” Do some research on Angelo Souliman. He was a Nigerian classical music composer and reformer of Freemasonry during the 18th century.

I won’t even bother to get into blues, country, rock, jazz, pop, R&B, reggae, funk and hip-hop music which were all created by Black people, who have always stood at the vanguard of creative musical expression. Music has always been an essential part of Black culture wherever it has been found on the globe. Therefore any teaching, whether religious or secular, that demonizes the creative expression of modern music as a whole is a direct assault on Black people wherever they are found in the Diaspora. The 2012 ban on all non-religious music in Mali, initiated by Wahabists in the country’s  northern region, is a primary example.

Yet is the belief that music comes from the devil just a fringe concept among a few Muslims over the centuries? Perhaps. Maybe the Moors of Medieval Europe and West Africa—who improvised various forms of music—were not as Islamic as many Moorish historians make them out to be in light of the indisputable facts pointed out above. Perhaps Islam was merely a political filter that the historical Moors used to Africanize Europe without completely alienating potential strategic allies among the orthodox Muslims of Arabia and the emerging Ottoman Empire.

According to orthodox Islamic theology, Iblis (Lucifer) came from a smokeless fire in primordial times. This was long before the creation of Adam. According to some West African cosmologies—which were certainly familiar to West African Moors of the Medieval period—all Black people literally come from the sun. Cultural anthropologist Marcel Griaule says that the Dogon wise man Ogotemmêli specifically told him this when you read his book Conversations with Ogotemmêli: An Introduction to Dogon Religious Ideas.

It is conceivable that Muslim theologians living over 1,400 years ago would consider our sun as a “smokeless fire.”  After all, in order for fire to produce an abundance of smoke, oxygen would have to be present in outer space. Yet according to modern science, which owes a great debt to Islam, there is no oxygen in outer space, which might give one the notion that the sun is a “smokeless fire” even though it is really hydrogen which is very different from fire.  

Orthodox Islam, as it is understood and practiced by the majority of Muslims on the planet, is diametrically opposed to traditional African spirituality. Among other things, it demonizes Iblis/Lucifer, who is nothing more than the mythologizing of the Black man and woman as they are seen through Indo-European eyes that are gazing at the rear-view mirror of world history.

The Lucifer myth colorfully summarizes Black history going back to the last Age of Libra, which ended around 13,000 B.C.E. Mind you this is approximately the same time that the Sahara Desert began to dry up, which lead to mass migrations of Africans into the Nile Valley and the land mass surrounding the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.

The Age of Libra accelerated the Black race’s “FALL from grace,” given that Libra is a FALL Season. The Light of Egypt: The Science of the Soul and the Stars (Volume Two) offers additional insight on what the Age of Libra entailed for the Sons and Daughters of Light. However this is only if you have the prerequisite knowledge of ancient Black history on a global scale. Otherwise, that passage in the book is useless unless you’re a Libran looking for insight concerning your spiritual career on Earth.

To be anti-Luciferian is to be anti-Black. For the scary readers who don’t understand what I just said, please allow me to clarify. Satan and Lucifer are not the same entity although they are portrayed as such in Christian commentaries. The Latin prefix “Luci” means “Light.” The suffix “Fer” comes from the Latin word “Ferre,” (from which we get the English word Ferry) which means “to carry, to bear or to bring.”

If you have light to dark brown skin you have large quantities of carbon in it therefore you are a “light bearer.” Carbon absorbs light, therefore you are a Luciferian, a torch bearer, the polar opposite of a dumb muthafucka. This is why Blacks are more energized and alert in warm climates and sluggish and mentally slower in cold ones. Many Blacks even deal with bouts of depression when cold winter months set in. Blacks literally eat sunlight through their skin because they are LUCI-FERRY-AN (Light Carriers/Transporters). 

A Black person with an African-centered consciousness will never ever thrive in Orthodox Christianity or Orthodox Islam because these two religions have demonized the ancient Black man and woman at the height of their power through the Lucifer/Iblis mythos.

The picture below is an orthodox Islamic painting of Iblis (Lucifer). Notice that his skin is Black. This is because he is a Djinn who bares the mark of those who were burned by  the smokeless fire. He is also wearing a green robe, which is the color associated with the “Morning Star” Venus which is the astrological ruler of Libra. The Olmec as well as some ancient West Africans utilized calendars that were based on the cycles of Venus in ancient times.


Besides the supposed Abyssinian slave Bilal, Iblis is probably the only central Islamic figure that orthodox Muslims have depicted in their art as Black by a large consensus. ABYSSinia, the original name for the old Ethiopian Empire, gave us the English word “ABYSS” which is a bottomless pit. To enter a bottomless pit you must FALL into it.

The European took an African word and made it apply to something in its fallen state to reinforce a reality in which the African is in a perpetual state of degradation. The words that you use on a daily basis dictate your thought patterns. Your thought patterns construct your present reality. Understanding the inherent psychology behind the words you use imbues you with the tools of the master builder who has received the grip of the lion’s paw.

Until the Black man and woman spiritually identify with the smokeless fire that they came from they will not be able to harness the kinetic power of their souls’ inner sun. In his book The Rainbow: A Collection of Studies in the Science of Religion, author Claas Juoco Bleeker sates the following:

“In ancient Egypt thought was greatly fascinated by the dualism of life and death. The contrast between the fertile Nile Valley and the arid desert as a antithesis made the Egyptians consider life and death as mutual enemies. Still they were convinced that these two powers could be reconciled, namely in the divine life that overcomes death. Hence the Egyptian gods are beings who die and thereupon demonstrate their divinity upon resurrection and renewal after death.”

This is the single greatest challenge facing Black men and women today—the divine challenge of resurrecting and renewing ourselves on the heels of our holocaust so that we may reach our “Higher Ground” as Stevie Wonder sings. If you are a Black person functioning within the Judeo-Christian paradigm then Lucifer, “The Bright Morning Star” within you, is your only true redeemer.

Only the man who has fallen to earth can find his true home in the heavens. Don’t agree or disagree with me. Just think about what I’m saying. You came from a higher plane of existence. You can musically transport yourself back to this realm when you hop inside your musical mothership and enjoy the sounds of the greatest Merkaba Mystic of all time. I’m talking about the legendary George Clinton and his funk band Parliament Funkadelic.

A Black person who promulgates the virtues of art and high culture is an alien to planet earth.  In Arabic—which is a language developed by the ancient Blacks of the Arabian peninsula, that was both culturally and geographically a part of what we today call Africa before the advent of map sorcery—the name “Ali” means “Exalted.” The word “Ali” is used to identify one who comes from a state of elevation.

A person who is highly elevated naturally comes from a place that is high, possibly the heavens. The word “En” means “Lord” in Sumerian cuneiform. Sumer was one of the earliest known civilizations of the Near East, and the Blacks of ancient Arabia incorporated elements of Sumerian language and culture in formatting the Arabic language.

“Anu” or “An” is the Sumerian “Lord of Heaven.” Through deductive reasoning, it would seem to me, that an “Alien” is really an “Ali-En” or an “Ali-An(u)” which is an “exalted lord of the heavens” whom a modern English-speaking person would call an “Alien.” The English language is a hybrid of Latin, French, Spanish, German—and unbeknownst to many people—Arabic. English words like “Alcohol,” “Alchemy,” “Algebra,” and “Chemistry,” are all derived from the Arabic language. Don’t believe what I just said. Research it for yourself.

The thought that Black people are the direct descendants of Fallen Angels from heaven was not a fringe concept in early Christian Europe. In one of the pictures here you will see a rare Medieval depiction of Black people with wings being cast out of heaven. The two others are from France.

                                          Fallen Angels

One depicts Moors as the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse while the other depicts them leading the Anti-Christ in their conquest of Rome to usher in the Apocalypse.  Yet another image shows a European being tormented by Black devils, who European academics agree was intended as a propagandistic depiction of Moors by white Christians. Mind you, this was all during a time when Black men known as “Black Oppressors” ruled large territories in Medieval Europe.

The Four Moorish Horsemen of the Apocalypse

         Moors leading the Anti-Christ into Rome

As long as your mortal enemies see you as the devil, then you can relax and rest assure that you are firmly planted in the seat of power. When the idea that you are the devil becomes laughable to them, then that’s when you should be a little concerned. In Western society, the man who runs the show, calls the shots, and gets to tell everyone what to do is always called the devil.

                 Medieval painting of Black Devils

The album sales showdown between 50 Cent and Kanye West in 2007 marked the beginning of a media campaign to erase the image of the Black male as one who evokes fear. The experience of fear is based on the observer’s recognition that the raw electro-magnetic energy that is radiating from the person he is observing is greater than his own. This cognition produces intense fear in the observer. The observer will have one of two responses to what they fear. They will passively submit to it, or move in to destroy it. This is part of the fight or flight mechanism.

 Since the Black male, by and large, is no longer a source of mystery who inspires fear—which is the only real power he has consistently had in The United States of America since 1865—a growing number of his own women do not want him anymore. He is being marginalized in American society more aggressively than any other group.

The Black male is being pushed into the meat grinders of socio-political and economic irrelevancy like a fucking cow. All desirable women want a man who radiates power in some way, shape, or form, whether it’s physical, intellectual, economic, political or all of the above. If you’re not the kind of woman that desirable men want, then I’m not talking about you in my reference to such women. You may in fact be attracted to the first guy who looks at you for more than five seconds, whether he has something of value to add to your life or not.

That’s none of my business though. My preoccupation with this particular blog post is to help inspire a transformation in the Black frog into an emerald-robed prince. The reason why the Black man no longer inspires fear is because he can be bought and paid for. He’ll do anything if the price is right. He isn’t willing to struggle to initiate the New World Order of the Ages that only he can usher in. A lot of men talk tough and pay lip service concerning what they are ready to die for, but what are we willing to live for? Dying is easy. Living is hard. What are we willing to live for that is eternal and everlasting?

Black Man, Do YOU call any group of men the devil? If so, why do you do it? Historically speaking, what power have you ever acquired from doing this? If you have not acquired power in calling other men “The Devil,” then what value is there in identifying them as such? I don’t have all the answers about life. I’m still learning and striving to figure out this puzzle just like you. However I strive to use things that work, so that I can become stronger, while discarding things that don’t work because they will only hamper my efforts to acquire power.  

For a man, few things are more important than the acquisition power, because only power enables a man to express the full capacity of his love. This love radiates from the man outward toward his family, then to his community, then his nation, and then his planet. When the kinetic energy that he has generated over time far surpasses the carrying capacity of the human flesh that he is encapsulated in, then the man eventually incarnates as a sun perpetually impregnating planets with love, life, and vitality.

Every time you look up in the sky and see the sun you are looking at a masculine intelligence that was once a man like you. He had fears just like you. He had flaws and imperfections, dreams and aspirations. The only difference between you and that glowing man in the sky is that he was able to rise upward on the scale of evolution through the acquisition of power.

Anyone who wants to limit your power, regardless of their race, religion, or gender, is trying to limit your capacity to express love. They’re trying to stop you from becoming a sun, which is a part of your destiny. You were born to shine. The only true lover that a man has, the only true friend that a man has, are those who assist him in increasing his power as opposed to containing it as an unrealized, wasted potential. If you do not have such people in your life then you are a single man with no friends.  

Let your ENEMIES call YOU the devil by being a loving, hard-working, and productive member of society who serves their community. When your enemies typecast you as the devil, don’t get mad. Instead, find ways to get them to depend on you. They will then talk horribly about you behind your back and smile in your face because of the comforts you afford them—which only confirms the unbearable reality for them that YOU are THEIR God.

They can’t afford to tell you how they really hate you to your face because you are their God, and offending you will heap hell-fire upon their heads as they are wholly dependent on you. Under this circumstance, they have no choice but to revert to what clinical psychologists call “Reaction Formation.” This is when you really hate someone, but you treat them with the extreme opposite emotion of intense love and admiration.

The personality of the Uncle Tom is a classic example of Reaction Formation. The Uncle Tom hates his slave master. He wishes to torture and kill his master, but he’s a bitch ass nigga who would rather live a lie. When in a position of authority you should identify the disgruntled members within your enemy’s ranks and secretly reward those people for being traitors to your enemies.

As long as Black people hate their enemies seeing THEM as devils, then they will also hate having Power since it is impossible to be powerful without also being demonized for it. People only call you the devil when you have POWER and they are scared to death about what you will do with that power since they are powerLESS. Your gain will usually be someone else’s loss. The universe can be a beautiful place, and all of its life forms can be safe, and cosmic order can be achieved, so long as you thrive and your opposition falters. When you are not thriving in life, then the universe is upside down. You must work on making the universe upside up by acquiring power with the highest intentions.

It is wise to multiply the losses of those who challenge your highest aspirations while rewarding your allies. A much older family member born and raised in Jamaica told me once how Jamaican gangsters would drive up in the roughest, toughest ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica in luxury sports cars, come out, and leave the doors wide open, with expensive jewelry on. No one would rob these men. They paid for the neighborhood children’s school uniforms and books, employed the men through construction contracts and gave food away to families. Although they were hardened killers they had values and ethics. They were men of their word who looked after the people they loved.

When you look out for your people out of love they have a vested interest in your success and survival. You won’t have to declare war on your enemies. Your people will declare war on them for you because they will see any attack on you, as a direct attack on them. You are assisting people in acquiring power. You are helping them to realize their potential. Only then are you a man of value.

There are haters all around. Seduce them with sound. Your soul is your soil. Uproot melodies from your ground.

The formula for Pi is 22 divided by 7. We know that 2+2=4, which denotes the four dimensions of our waking space-time reality. Space is made up of 3 dimensions: height, width, and depth which preclude the fourth dimension, which is time. You cannot perceive time without also perceiving space (height, width, and depth), hence you have the term “space-time” as seen in physics textbooks and journals.

Meditation, as it is commonly understood within the context of Eastern philosophy, is an artificial way of removing yourself from the space-time continuum so that you can bond with the unobserved observer of this reality, which happens to be the real you.   This bonding process exemplifies what it means to live in The Positive because it involves expanding into the source of higher intelligence.

When you invest your 7 chakras into the 4th dimension (22 divided by 7; 2+2=4, 4th dimension) you are actively participating in the process of creation, which is a Negation, a contraction. This is where we get the concept of the black dot in the center of the circle. The circle is the feminine principle, which in this context would be the muse which inspires us through its magnetism. The Muse moves us to thrust our pelvises forward so that we may create. 

The dot in the center of the muse’s circle is the masculine principle, the musician aroused through inspiration by the beautiful muse to make music through artistic intercourse. No words can capture the Muse’s sonic beauty. The dedicated musician aspires to capture her through his art which is audial, and cyclical. Music is non-linear.

                               The Key to Infinity

As a matter of fact, the Muse’s vagina is literally the musical scale: doe-ray-me-fa-so-la-tee-doe.  Notice the “doe” sound appears twice, at the beginning and at the end of the scale to continue the cycle, which is a circle, which is the womb which holds the Key of Life. The scale is a never ending cycle, a never ending cipher, a never ending spiral twisting and turning into infinity. Those who possess hair that spirals out of their heads were meant to master the musical scale. Those without the spiral like Abu Dawud will only condemn it through religious dogma.

Only the people from the sun can touch it. Only the people of the sun can stuff it. Only the people of the sun can fuck it ’til she cums, making her ooze with the sweetest melodies and nectarous harmonies that are spun. You can feel the bass in her bottom, the rhythm between her thighs, the ecstasy in her cries, the soul within her eyes. She is music.

Are we comfortable with being devils, or are we more concerned with being liked by people who don’t give a fuck about us anyway? If EVERYONE genuinely likes you, then it is only because you are undermining yourself so that that they can enjoy eternal life, and have it more abundantly through your willing sacrifice.

Music is a big part of the Black spiritual legacy. Culture Vultures who undermine it must be clearly identified and isolated. I highly recommend you listen to Dame Dashs interview on The Combat Jack Show in which he addresses the Culture Vultures in hip-hop naming names. 

No one should be allowed to make money off of Black music unless they are promoting it as a tool to nurture and edify the people of the planet. I would love to see all of the older, legendary Black recording artists collaborate with the young artists for a Resurrection Concert. The sole purpose of the concert would be to inspire people, to heal and reinvigorate the planet with music in the spirit of brotherhood and solidarity. 

Imagine seeing Nas and Chuck Berry performing on stage TOGETHER with original material. Picture Kanye West & Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder & Pharrell, Prince & DAngelo, Outkast with Earth Wind & Fire, Maxwell and Patti LaBelle, Sade & Beres Hammond, Snoop Dogg and Parliament Funkadelic, Jay-Z and Diana Ross.  

It wouldve been interesting to see Beyonce and Michael Jackson or Rick James and Rihanna, but since Rick and Mike have returned to the essence that will never happen down here. My friend William Cox and I were throwing ideas back and forth, and we both agree that such collaborations could unite multiple generations of music lovers and infuse new life into the music.

If you love hip-hop, R&B, rock, jazz, blues, pop, reggae, funk, or classical music, then you love Black music. You have a responsibility to help maintain the integrity of the art. Don’t let it degenerate into an opiate for buffoons and a moneymaker for modern minstrels. Music is power, and that power should never be relinquished to anyone who doesn’t come from the stars.