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THE MYSTERY BABYLON

THE MYSTERY BABYLON It is written; The Mystery Babylon: For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are...
The Dry Bones

The Dry Bones – 400 Years Of This Day In History

The Dry Bones - 400 Years Of This Day In History The Dry Bones: " On August 20, 1619, 20 Angolans, kidnapped by Portuguese, arrived in the British Colony of Virginia. They were immediately bought by English settlers. The arrival...
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THE TWELVE ISRAELITE TRIBES AND THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THEIR NAMES

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THE TWELVE ISRAELITE TRIBES AND THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THEIR NAMES The Twelve Israelite Tribes and the significance of their names, in the Bible, the Hebrew people who, after the death of Moses, took possession of the promised land of Canaan...

The untold but true story of the Hebrews Israelite

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THE CONSEQUENCES OF DISOBEDIENCE The untold but true story of the Hebrews Israelite's: The whole story all comes down to the fact that ancient Hebrews disobeyed God and the word of God was fulfilled against them. When we read the...

Amilcar Cabral, father of the independance of Bissau Guinea

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On January 20, 1974, Amilcar Lopes Cabral, a great African fighter and activist, was murdered. This is a tribute to him.Young CabralYoung Cabral Remember that Amilcar Lopes Cabral was born on September 12, 1924 in Bafata in what is now...

Kandake Amanirenas, the greatest African woman ever

Barwa - Sudan or Nubia - was ruled by a dynasty of women entitled Kandake (Candace). As empress and regent, Amanirenas was characterized by her extraordinary warrior and her political skills. After Amanirenas, Amanishakheto and Amanitore reached the throne....

“Mwalimu” Julius Nyerere, in the name of the tradition!

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“Mwalimu” Julius Nyerere, in the name of the tradition!: The first president of Tanzania was one of the most brilliant men of his generation. Baba was Taifa built a nation on the model of the African village. This is...

Zumbi, the greatest fighter against slavery in Brazil

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Zumbi, the greatest fighter against slavery in Brazil: Three centuries ago, this Congolese man led the most iconic uprising against slavery in Brazil. He is still considered the father of the black conscience   At the end of the 15th century,...

Garrett Morgan, Inventor of the gas mask and the traffic signal

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  If you can cross the street safely today or protect yourself from certain gases, you owe it to this African American inventor. Garrett Morgan was born into a poor family of seven children in the US state of Kentucky...

Grandville Woods, the man who changed train and communication

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Grandville Woods, the man who changed train and communication. As the inventor of the communication system between trains, the telegraph, the electrical independence of trains, a switch and more than 50 other inventions, the role of this African American...