Rain-makers of Africa

Rain-makers of Africa

Culled from Vanguard Newspapers

Last year, a team of famous rainmakers from Edo State led by one Osarobo Enogie was invited to England to attend the Royal wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton despite the snubbing of Nigerian former president, his vice and other first ladies. The rainmakers were honoured and accomodated in Windsor Castle just to ensure it did not rain within the duration of the Royal Wedding.

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The Hidden God, Amen!

Courtesy of T Patrol and Mango:

The Facial Profile of Our Ancient Guide and God, Amen

The Facial Profile of God from the Orthodox Church

And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the AMEN, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot. ( Revelation 3:14-15 )

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Marijuana Users Are Safer Drivers Than Non-Marijuana Users

Marijuana Users Are Safer Drivers Than Non-Marijuana Users, New Study Shows
>PRWEB.COM Newswire
New York (PRWEB) April 06, 2012

In a recent study, 4AutoinsuranceQuote.org, a national quote provider for online car insurance quotes, cites a strong correlation between traffic-related accidents and marijuana use. The study, which looks at statistics regarding accidents, traffic violations, and insurance prices, seeks to dispel the thought that “driving while stoned” is dangerous.

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Ani the mother of the Igbos: the many manifestations of Ishtar

Artefact from Anatolia Hittite Empire

Ala is the Ibo Fertility Goddess of the earth. The Ibo people of Nigeria call her the mother of all things, but she is both the fertile earth and the empty field after the harvest. She is present at the beginning of the cycle of life, making children grow in their mother’s womb, and she is there at the end of the cycle, to receive the souls of the dead into her own womb. Ala also gives laws to the people, emphasizing the importance of honesty and respect. Temples to Ala called mbari are built in the center of villages, and contain a mud statue of Ala which is then painted in bright colors. These statues usually show Ala with a long torso and long thick neck, which are considered to be signs of beauty among the Ibo. She is joined by other deities and animals. Ala is also known as Ale, Ani, Ana, Alla, and Ane. She is the most important Alusi in the Igbo pantheon.

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The secret history of Coca-Cola, Coca leaves and Cocaine

The secret history of Coca-Cola, coca leaves and cocaine

Coca-Cola is the only U.S. corporation that has been granted the right to legally import coca leaves into the United States, via a coca processing lab known as the Stepan Company). In 1922, the Jones-Miller Act banned cocaine imports into the United States, but Coca-Cola (and its lab) was granted an exception. This exception remained a secret until the late 1980’s when the New York Times seemed shocked to discover the truth.

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Jamaicans of Ethiopian Origin by P.Napti

Jamaicans of Ethiopian Origin
and the
Rastafarian Faith

by P. Napti *
Today in Ethiopia and throughout the world there are many misconceptions regarding the Rastafarian faith. These misconceptions or distortions may have been brought about by some who are not Rastafarians, but merely dreads or imitators and by the enemies of Ethiopia who wish to keep the people from understanding the truth about our faith.

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Rastafarian Views on Life, Politics and Social Issues