"Free and critical minds can emerge only by a return to the source-the primary sources. A free and critical mind takes nothing for granted and is not intimidated by "authorities" who frequently may be more confused than the general public. Free and critical minds seek truth without chauvinism or shame." - Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III (1)



Continuously nutrition pieces of your minds and health must follow.


“One single bit of information, if missing, incomplete, out of order or just plain wrong, has the potential to significantly alter thought processes, conclusions, decisions and behaviors, even when that one single logic entry exists in a sea of accuracy.”

Monday, June 21, 2010

Spiritual Forgetfulness, Alkebu-lan ( Afrikan) Amnesia

“No man whose vision is bounded by colour can come into contact with what is highest and best in the world.” --Booker T. Washington

Unless you believe in multiple sets of original woman and original man, every person on the planet is of Alkebu-lan descent. Some of us just have a shorter lineage back home. Many of the names groups of people go by amount to splitting the one original bloodline way past hair thin. This has restricted the flow of healthy energy to the global mind. The lack of wholesome energy to our collective mindset has led to spiritual forgetfulness, Alkebu-lan amnesia and social ills.

If groups properly identified their ethnic heritage, they would all use the prefix, “Alkebu-lan” as in Alkebu-lan-American, Alkebu-lan-Asian, Alkebu-lan-Indian, Alkebu-lan-Arab, Alkebu-lan-Inuit, Alkebu-lan-Hispanic, Alkebu-lan-European and so on. This connects the first to the last. As it stands, cultural identities are truncated.

Who claims a proud heritage yet disowns their mother? Who rewrites their family history? There is no one holy that denies their greatest grandmother is Queen Mother Alkebu-lan.

There's a lot to do to restore Alkebu-lan Awareness to the world. There are a lot of people of every colour who seem to have forgotten that it is their responsibility to uphold their complete heritage.

The best determinant of who “ our people” are, is our spirit. The spiritual self allowed early huemans to accomplish and achieve more than the brain power of modern humans. Extended periods of learning from the greatest spiritual teacher, intuition, made it possible for the foundations of many great things to rise in Alkebu-lan. Modern mind-based intelligence and civilizations would be unrecognizable without tens of thousands of years of Alkebu-lan influence on the world via Alkebu-lan migration and the return to Alkebu-lan for study by later generations of these migrants. In the name of cultural and present-day pagan pride, we have forgotten a lot more than where we all came from.

An Alkebu-lan consciousness is ultimately about restoring, healing and uniting all her children, even those with acclimatized colours. I'm not sure how we can become like God or God like or Christ like or one with The Creator unless we are seeking to become one with our extended family, no matter how far removed. I'm not sure how any of the major societal problems can be solved without restoring our memory.

If we were educated and not merely institutionally informed, we would always seek and strive for the refinement of impurities from the soul. We would allow ourselves to be led where our spiritual intelligence guides and not where our mental intelligence overrides.

"There comes a time when all the cosmic tumblers have clicked into place and the universe opens itself up for a few seconds to show you what's possible." --Terence Mann, fictional character from the movie, Field of Dreams.

Current empire-obsessed civilizations lack vision and virtue. Every hueman and every generation will get several opportunities to peer into the womb of possibilities. Will you acknowledge your family tree is merely a branch on a baobab or iroko that is over 200,000 years old? If your family history or ethnic heritage does not go back this far, much has been forgotten. Once we restore our spiritual connection to each other, a lot changes in the world because we are remembering and gaining insight into who we really are.


Ivan Van Sertima on FTP-Part2A: The Origins of Man, (10:40)

Dr Cheikh Anta Diop : Humanity Origin, (29:52)

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Gardening - The Hardest Part

Something In The Water

Going outside soon after rain ceases is a time of heightened anticipation. Even if it's still cloudy and temperatures are cooler, plants have progressed noticeably. Seeds, leaves, blossoms and fruit have taken giant steps forward with mother's and father's blessings. I try to remain aware of when it's likely to rain so I won't get in the way of this process by using processed water (tap water) instead.

Rain and shine then rain and shine is optimal for many plants - at least the ones I have, especially the young ones. The young always thrive with a lot of natural love. I get excited when the forecast indicates an every other day or partial day of rain. This elation starts to crescendo when the wind turns up leaves or an expanse of darkness approaches or the perfume in the air invokes a refreshing memory of rain or all three. If I've just scattered seeds, they are destined for a quicker, stronger start.

After an early drenching rain today, I stepped into the backyard. I discovered nine more tomato plants growing all over the garden. Tomatoes have so much resiliency. Several were growing in the midst and shade of other plants. This is another example of why "weeding" to the nth degree seems most unnecessary. I will honor the growth of these thirteen tomato plants to show my appreciation and to experiment again with how much soil space a plant really needs, especially annual edibles. I did cut some of the limbs of nearby plants to allow more exposure to sunlight of these self restarters. This could very well be, The Year Of The Tomato.

There have been many other types of plants popping up all over the yard. Since this is the natural, inevitable way, this year is one of letting things grow where they choose as much as possible. I try to work around these proactive plants in the garden and cut around them in the grass. I'm excited about the single seed growing under the apple tree. Continue to listen to your natural mind it seems to be saying. This new arrival obtained enough nutrition to rise up in shin high grass. This flower must be a fierce competitor to be able to steal nutrients away from an established tree and thick grass. All three are doing fine.

Even though it probably has more to do with the effect of rain on organisms in the soil, there's something in rainwater that is so wonderful for plants. In most cases, rain is more pure than tap water. Plants don't need a lot of the extra, unintended stuff we offer them. They do need as much stuff from natural sources as possible. Lastly, plants don't need us doing a lot of tinkering with prescribed methods and processes. Staying out of the way, if anything, is the hardest part of gardening.

See Also:
Natural World Observations: Going Wild Like A Flower In Spring Breaking Free
Growing Food: Green Thumb Not Required But Three Things Are. Food Fight #51 – Another Grown-Folks Misconception