The Parable of Sa-Asar; or a Jesus by any other name?

In the Service of our Ancestors and African Love, Listen Seeker, I come in peace, “There is, in my opinion, an even more significant loss that requires consideration and serious examination. Research reveals that African people, since deep antiquity, structured their existence around a comprehensive set of Spiritual constructs that enabled them to unlock theContinue reading “The Parable of Sa-Asar; or a Jesus by any other name?”

Play: Inevitable Daughter — Act 3-1

Back to Introduction Inevitable Daughter Act 3-1 An African Blood Siblings Play Characters: Nigeria, Mrs. Thompson, Leah Thompson in a Mask [as Jane], Judge Tom in a Mask [as Mr. Puxt], Sister Dallas Ng, Isiah East in a Mask [as Melville] Setting: Prison (two chairs) (Nigeria sits alone speaking with herself) Nigeria: See Isiah, weContinue reading “Play: Inevitable Daughter — Act 3-1”

Where’s the story of Jesus from? (Dr. Clarke)

Listen Siblings, I come in peace, “Now you can argue about the coloration of Christ, if you want to, but I can settle that very quickly.” — Dr. John Henrik Clarke Dr. John Henrik Clarke was a masterful educator.  This excerpt should please you.  But all of our people are in dire need of education. Continue reading “Where’s the story of Jesus from? (Dr. Clarke)”