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AFRICAN TIME (Universe to 1896 AD*) Complete Vol. 1
African Time Vol.1, (2016) was revised and rewritten to establish a general foundational chronology of African history from the earliest organizing of the universe we live in to 1896ad (7601 African Kmt Calendar). The vast range of time documented as history required that we plan, prepare, and perfect multidisciplinary research procedures for over a decade. In the process of framing the world’s history and the history of Africans in the world, we critically focused on: (1) Africa’s foundational civilization (ancient African Kmt), (2) the destruction of African civilization via the Holocaust of African Enslavement, and (3) African diaspora struggles in what became the United States. Our scope: (1) general time, movement of time, and measure and organization of time; (2) documentation of important events and processes in African time (history), (3) synthesis of historical processes: formation and development of universe, galaxy, solar system, earth, organic life on earth, human life, diverse human societies, African civilizations, destruction of African civilizations, Holocaust of African enslavement (U.S. focus), system of enslavement, Civil War, Reconstruction, pacification and African diaspora adaptations (U.S. focus); (4) chronological presentation of history (Universe to 1896 AD) on the African timeline; (5) side-by-side display of the African Kmt and Greco-Roman calendars; and (6) outline of African World History. This is the largest single volume book written on African foundational history.
Maat: Guiding Principles of Moral Living 2nd Edition
The 5th printing offers in a single book a compendium of ancient and modern enlightenment wisdom for personal cultivation, inner mediation, and self-correction. It offers guiding principles for living with purpose and dignity. Although we respect others, this is not a book about Judaism (Talmud, Torah), for we are not Hebrew; it is not a book about Christianity (Bible, New Testament), for we are not European; nor is it a book about Islam (Quran, Hadith), for we are not Arabs. They wrote (and/or assembled) their own books in the Levant, Rome, and the deserts of Arabia; they created their own religions and gods; and they made their own relics of morality, while conquering and enslaving nearly two-thirds of the world. African morality and ethics antedated the Hebraic Torah, European Bible, and Arabic Quran by thousands of years. And yet, every moral or religious idea they didn’t write in their books is belittled as being inferior (e.g. pagan, kafir, acum) while those that are in their books are considered sacred scriptural emanations prophetically revealed exclusively to them by the gods they, themselves, gave names to. One could accept this, fit into existing arrangements, abandon truth, fall in line as obedient dotard dilettantes misleading the already misled, then just try to “get along” bowing and scraping as servile connoisseurs of everyone else’s morality but our own. Or one could fight it, assimilate/redeem/restore our own ancestral wisdom into a creative synthesis, rebuild indigenous moral canon, and in so doing move future generations onto the path again to inner reflection and self-correction. In sum, our aim in preparing this book is to serve as a bridge, a portal, a medium for transmitting the transcendental wisdom of our ancestors across centuries—to absorb the best from preceding epochs, molding those into an enlightening repository of guiding principles.
SEBA A Researcher’s First Manual
Bak2 (Study Guide and Research Methodology)
The African Liberation/Renaissance Movement as it expresses itself in the United States and even in other parts of the Diaspora and Africa is a historical process that has finally begun to mature. The social motion of Africans in America is a spontaneous mirror reflection of that process. This growing has to be led by a series of independent organizations of professional African female and male leaders—of a new type. Organization is material unity of will toward a common goal. Africans must be organized so that a single united social purpose can be achieved by the individual effort of each innocent person. Obviously we need Survival organizations in food, clothing, housing, healthcare, transportation, security, morality and ethics, job creation, culture, education, etc. What is the organization organizing to do? Organizations discus the process of building professional organizations that lead social movements without gimmicks, trickery, bluffing, faking, religious mess, mysticism, time-wasting, illusions, and sloppiness. Survival Organizations discus the necessary preparation for the emerging global economic crisis and the inevitable nazification of capitalist societies in line with their historical tendencies of preserving/conserving what they have seized from people of color around the world. So many progressives plead for unity as if skin color is the only basis of lasting alliances. They are always wrong. Class, culture, sex/gender, generation, social-psychology, purpose, equality, history of justice, and history of integrity—all of these are fundamental to having a healthy and comprehensive justification for joining into a union with some group, organization, or population. The global economic crisis is maturing. Life and Death questions are being measured and weighed. African leaders must be prepared this time.
Study Teams have worked for us at the University of Kmt Press. We now share our experiences in this book: Study Teams (2014). Many Black folk are beginning to study again. Why? We need answers to the serious questions of today. In our Book we show how to form and manage study teams that ultimately publish their research findings and practice what they study and teach. The purpose of these study/publish teams is to organize and harness the intellectual energies of committed students of history who are willing to seriously investigate the African condition and devise methods to improve it. Teams are necessary because African Studies—the objective study of Africans—is even today completely controlled by outsiders as an outcome of Africa’s enslavement/colonial experience. In sum, serious students of world history, economics, government, culture, science, morality and ethics, the arts, and applied professions must accurately reconstruct science and scientific methods where science and scientific methods were first in practice. This is the only logical foundation on which to accurately order historical developments of thought and practice. There is also the necessity to organize instruction of science, scientific method, spirituality, morality, and will in view of the emerging African cultural and intellectual renaissance. Positive action will end negative conditions. Accurate knowledge of is therefore the stuff that positive change is made of. In order to gather, process, and, digest accurate knowledge on a mass level, study teams that research and publish their findings must be developed.
African K- 12 Schools
At the core of any discussion of education (or anything for that matter) resides a fundamental question-education for what purpose? Toward what end are we educating children? In the most advanced nations in the world educationally (Japan, Singapore, China, and in the past Zimbabwe), the most important elements of science, math, and engineering achievement is the system’s means of motivation, process and content of delivery, and procedural principles. Setting up African Schools Most already know we need our own schools from K-12 to Ph.D. African advanced culture (based in indigenous civilization precedence), morality, and applied science. We ask and answer the most important questions of African pedagogy and educational purpose: Education for what? How is knowledge transferred? What is the most effective/efficient means of delivering informational content to young scholars? How does one learn? What are the teaching methods of our ancestors and how can they be modernized/mastered for application in this period? Discussion Topics: Curriculum and Curricular Materials, Structuring Learning, Creating a Learning Space, Holistic Learning, etc. It is well established that when one does anything, unless one understands how to do it, its relations to other things, and the step by step procedures of completion, one will not know how to do it, or will not be able to do it well. We show the reader how to organize African Schools: Year-around, Weekend, Community, After school programs, and Summer.
BAK2 United States Birth, Development, Decline, Regression before the Leap, and Passing (1607- Present)
The time span of 1492-2014 is isolated as a context for study of the United States society, and the African movement for liberation that develops within it. Not being an indigenous creation, this modern White economic system was initially transplanted from Europe by the first White invaders who came into the Western Hemisphere. The White Christian religion, the European-centered educational system, the White supremacist legal system, White-benefiting economic system, the Whites only political system, the White supremacy social system, and the White-centered cultural system were all derived from European societies. The complex basis, superstructure, and ideological reflection started small and eventually grew into what it is today. It was a racist system, created in the image and interest of Whites from its inception, basing its very existence on: (1) the extermination of indigenous Chechimecans, (2) the seizure of their land, (3) the kidnapping and enslavement of the African population, and (4) the working to death of millions of Africans. In its death throes, today, this moribund White society will show all of the genocidal tendencies which were present at its founding. There is so much talk about the society we live in and not much if any serious study of the fundamentals of how it structurally started. Short of condensing over 400 years into an algorithmic formula, this little handbook should light the path for those serious enough to begin studying social phenomena as a process. People make history but not as they choose, the conditions they are born into existed decades and even centuries before they ever lived. This is not merely about special individuals in history; historical conditions create individual opportunities. Remember this, if you do not know comprehensively where things were, you cannot predict where things will be and therefore cannot develop a plan reflective of what must be done under those present known conditions.
Restoring History (Fundamentals of Accurate Historical Research)
Restoring History, (2014), 342 pages with diagrams, charts, tables, and a 48 page “step-by-step” how to do historical research template, along with footnotes, references, bibliography and 4 appendix sections. There is much to learn but as a foundation one should start with only factual evidence which can be proved in practice—-then build. Not the empty lecturing and debating without concrete evidence that moonlights as intellect in many communities. Research standards are just too low. This is why concrete research fundamentals demanded our attention because of the confused history of fiction, mysticism, making up stories, and myth that dominates the purpose and practice of investigation—a history of the gradual clearing away of nonsense often replaced by fresh but merely less absurd nonsense. Therefore, a few methodological truisms require disclosure here: • Cutting and pasting imperialist correspondence from antiquity is not historic inquiry. • Quoting “authorities,” “prophets,” “scholars” and other musty excursions into name-dropping as to lend credibility (in and of itself) is not evidence. • Fiction and myths are not empirical facts; superstition is not science or evidence. • Merely clipping, comparing, and commenting on quotes is not scholarship. • Finding prominent personages in print that agree with you is not research. • Truth lay in understanding things as they actually are, not in superstitious somnolence shrewdly simulated to appear as intellectual sagacity. Centuries of evidence-not opinions-has to be digested deductively and verified in veracity. Then the subject matter had to be grasped intellectually, organized chronologically, historically then logically, this at a minimum. This is the closing quietus, the finishing stroke, the thing that effectually ends or settles the investigation.
What Must Be Done
PerAnkh House of Life
Keeping alive the tradition of putting knowledge at the service of all members of the community, emancipatory knowledge, material culture, intermediaries affected, a life at the service of a cause: emancipate the continent from the cycles of defeat
In the same way we discussed Maat in our now classic book “Maat: Guiding Principles of Moral Living”— we wrote Perankh: African House of Life. To address what must be done to build inner African “community” like we were when we were at one time winning in ancient times. Perankh actually means house of life in ancient Kmt mdw ntr language.
Perankh—written thru the eyes and analysis of Ayi Kwei Armah’s great book “2000 Seasons” sums up how—“We witness crime against our people daily, and most do nothing, say nothing, give nothing, sacrifice nothing, lift not a hand, share nothing, saying instead that they will pray. For 500 years just praying has gotten us nowhere; look at the mess we are in. Faith without works is dead.”
Our children must see different and will—They will know of a time that Blacks were not on their knees groveling to the east or the west, but standing tall, with heart, hands of steel, and souls used as bricks to build universes. They will envision Africa’s multimillennial history as one coherent, pulsating, living, continental process, diasporal in scope, dynamic force of nature, flowing from shore to shore, sea to sea, ocean to ocean, embracing all space and time; they will internalize this vision from a corpus of morally sound, Harriet Tubman-like brave professional intellectuals, scholars, workers, youth, women, men, fighters on the front-line, winners, founded on the guiding principles of the best of our ancestors internalized by the best of our elder’ councils, elders temples and priests from century after century—from the scribes of ancient African Kmt, the griots of the African medieval empires, and the academic scholars of the age of capitalist structural adjustment, neo-colonialism, globalism and final solutions. This book was written with the Raising Awareness Group in mind as it honors the great relationship it enjoys with the UKMT Press.
RESEARCH How to Plan, Organize and Carry out Research
“Research,” the diagram book—-11.5/8.5 size. More details in the days to come. Literally a gift from my wife Dr. Ife Kilimanjaro who has been working on a 800 page “Art of Research” book for over a decade. #Research is a diagram outline of it. But what is our process in a nut shell: Where do we start? The factual reality, the objective condition, the material reality is the starting point—not the idea. Therefore, the study must precisely compare facts, not with abstract subjectively chosen ideas, but with other facts. These facts are reviewed as opposing aspects of the same reality, and even thought they are in struggle, they compliment each other. Conflict does not determine the process; it drives it to its resolution within the context of complementariness.
For this study, all facts are organized chronologically, historically, and logically as processes unfolding in a conceptual symbolic form. The facts are then investigated as precisely as possible, and organized in such a way as to form, different stages in the development of the process. Everything is in motion. Nothing is absolutely resting. Everything is changing. Therefore, there are no abstract eternal laws of life. In billions of years of a star coming into being and dying, change is absolute. Some processes take longer than others to mature, however, in time all things become their opposites if allowed to go through all of their natural stages of internal development. Abstract eternal laws do not exist in history. One can never replicate the exact conditions of even a second ago. On the contrary, every historical period has its own unique laws that must be understood within the context of the process. As has been made clear, some laws such as the law of gravity in this solar system has over 5 billion years of maturity; however, because the sun is a natural body with a life span, it will one day burn out and completely change the gravitational relationship between planets and stars. As soon as a process has outlived its motive purpose, its given natural time of development based on an earlier developmental cycle, and is in transition from one stage to another, it must be judged based on different objective conditions and scientific laws. Included in the summary the summary is comprehension and affirmative recognition of the existing state of things, and at the same time also, the recognition of the negation of that state of things, of its inevitable breakup. This method therefore regards every historical developed social formation, society, as in fluid motion, and therefore takes into account its transient nature not less than its momentary existence; because it lets nothing impose upon it, and is in its essence critical and revolutionary. Of course the method of presentation must differ in from that of inquiry. The latter has to appropriate the material in detail, to analyze its different forms of development, to trace out their inner connection. Only after this work is done, can the actual movement be adequately described. If this is done successfully, if the life of the subject matter is ideally reflected as in a mirror, then it may appear as if we had before us a mere a prior construction. After the study is completed the process should appear in print as if it were a mirror of the process in reality. With the use of statistical techniques appropriate for the data, a quantitative picture of the process can be organized. With the use of symbols, pictures and words, a qualitative view of the process can be presented. Next write the report, and present the findings in published form. This is the emerging scientific KA Research process based on a synthesis of ancient Kmtic cosmology and a critical review of the most advanced elements of modern scientific thought and method. In sum, there is no royal road to science, and only those who do not dread the fatiguing climb of its steep paths have a chance of gaining its luminous summits.
OUTLINE Africa’s History to the 20th Century*
OUTLINE United States Historical Development (1492- Present)