African Virtual Reality

Virtual reality, we are told, is a way of simulating the real world. One, or more of the senses is sent electronic signals that replicate an illusory world. But things are not that cut and dried. Virtual reality is reality for reality is, itself, always illusory. We do not apprehend the world directly, only [...]

2010-07-10T02:29:06+00:00By |Comments Off on African Virtual Reality

Diaspora Africans Return

(Reprinted from Ghanaweb News Service) Elmina(C/R), Aug. 2, 2006  - History was made on Wednesday, when the "Anyemi", Africans living in the Diaspora, led by "Mensuon" (horn blowers), walked in droves through a symbolic "Door of Return" at the Elmina Castle, to enact their return to their roots. This was the highlight of the [...]

2010-07-10T02:27:54+00:00By |16 Comments

African Genesis

There is much in the Bible open to debate, but one thing seems sure. There was an Eve, and the Garden was Africa. Science is agreed that all humanity is descended from one woman who lived in Africa 200,000 years ago. Science also informs us that everyone of European descent comes from a group [...]

2010-07-10T02:26:31+00:00By |2 Comments


King  Khankan Musa set sail from Mali, West Africa in 1310 with 400 ships, filled with thousands of soldiers and tons of gold, to explore the fabled lands far across the waters. He never returned. Did he reach the Americas? A thousand years earlier, ancient Egyptian trading ships had crossed the Atlantic. Caught in [...]

2010-07-10T02:24:26+00:00By |5 Comments


(This is a 3,000 year old carving found in the tomb of SETI I.) An animal bone, with markings used for counting, discovered in South Africa is estimated to be more than 35,000 years old. Another bone, the Ishango Bone, found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, not only has markings for counting, but [...]

2010-07-10T02:18:09+00:00By |5 Comments
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