Category Archives: Poetry

The Migrant Black Birds of Mauretania, Ethiopia and Europa – By OguEjiOfo Annu

The Black Birds of Mauretania and Ethiopia – Migrational Patterns of Black African Birds

Some 500 million birds are estimated to migrate from Africa to Europe and Asia every year since the beginning of time. These birds, some of them as small as 9 grams undertake the annual migration of thousands of miles between the two continents to find food and suitable climate. read more

Fear of Blackness: Descriptions and Ethnogenesis of the original Afro-Arabian tribes of “Moorish” Spain By Dana Marniche

Sinai Bedouins
Sinai Bedouins

Fear of Blackness: Descriptions and Ethnogenesis of the original Afro-Arabian tribes of “Moorish” Spain

PART I

“…a fair-skinned Arab is something inconceivable… “ Ibn Abd Rabbu of Cordoba born 9thc. in El Iqd el Farid (The Precious Necklace), quoting Shuraik el-Qadi a 7th century Arab of the clan of Nakha’l of the Maddhij in the Yemen. read more

Voodoo – The “Spirits” in the American White (Sepulchre) House – By – Mazi Omeife Jideofo

The Spirits in the White (Sepulchre) House

At a news conference in Chicago, President Elect Barack Obama said he had spoken with all the living presidents as he prepares to take office in January. Then he jovially quipped, “I didn’t want to get into a Nancy Reagan thing about doing any seances.” read more