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Our-Story

KING SOLOMON AND QUEEN MAKEDA

A Culultural Demonstration Of Love

Black women of antiquity are legendary for their beauty, power & love affairs. King Solomon was enthralled by Sheba’s (aka:Nubia, Kush, Ethiopia, & Abyssinia) beautiful people, rich history, deep spiritual tradition & wealth. He had many multiple partners. It is recorded that King Solomon had 700 wives & 300 concubines Queen Makeda was intrigued by the Israel’s magnificent buildings, people & culture. She was especially moved by Solomon’s wisdom & compassion for his people.

African Kings & Queens http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUAheV852Qk

SOCIAL LEARNING

10 Cute African Names & Meanings

Identify the problems the youth will face, while representing a character trait and studies to be involved in to overcome the challenges and transitions along the way.

AFRICAN KINGS & QUEENS

Whose Storis Must Be Told

  • [_] 1.  King Hannibal
  • [_] 2.  King Mansa Musa I
  • [_] 3.  Shaka, King of the Zulus
  • [_] 4.  Yaa Asantewa
  • [_] 5.  King Ramesses II
  • [_] 6.  Amenhotep IV
  • [_] 7.  Taharqa 
  • [_] 8.  Queen Nzingha
  • [_] 9.  Makeda Queen of Sheba
  • [_]10. Hatshepsut
  • [_]11. Queen Tiye
  • [_]12. Maryyam

 

CHARACTERS IN THE BIBLE 

RACIAL PRIDE INCREASES GPA

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ALL IN THE WOMB "EPIGENETICS"

Epigenetics means "beyond the genes", the mechanism by which chemical switches control how the genes actually work, turning them on or off as appropriate and moderating how strongly they act. Mental traumatic events can have a lasting effect generationally. There is evidence that PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can be passed from mother to child. Excerpt http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b077gd58

POST TRAUMATIC SLAVE SYNDROME:

Multigenerational Trauma: The American and British Experience By Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary Ph.D. HUNDREDS OF YEARS OF TRAUMA, NO TREATMENT. FREED, MORE TRAUMA NO TREATMENT Post Traumatic Stress Disorder "MOM" who saw dad sold or sister raped has post traumatic stress disorder

  • [_] has a feeling of foreshortened future
  • [_] exaggerated startle response
  • [_] outburst of anger
  • [_] difficulty of falling or staying asleep
  • [_] hyper vigilance

TRANSMISSION THEORY SOCIAL LEARNING
"CHILDREN" learn from broken people, normalizing the behavior.  Then it becomes their culture. Learning from significant others in the environment years later becomes culture.

Dr. Joy Angela DeGruy-Leary | Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome

VIDEO EXCERPT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNEX0LtR-Oo

VIDEO EXCERPT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KYug__74TA

"How To Create A Perfect Baby" and "How To Give Birth To God" parents are taught that the mother must be protected from negative environments, and from negativity in the media. Mother's thoughts imprint on the baby, during pregnancy she writes on the brain of the baby as if it were a blank piece of paper.

EXCERPT VIDEO:
HUMAN RE-ENGINEERING
By Dr. Jewel I Pookrum, Gynecologist

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