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LATEST NEWS The 3rd Scroll by Prince Justice, the long awaited final piece of the African Renaissance Trilogy, is set for release this summer. The thinly veiled narrative of a global revolution that pits Nigeria against the North Atlantic countries in an explosive but educating pageturner is finally to be released.     With hindsight, ...

The Holy African Ifa Global Empire (2000 to 4000AD)

The Nigerian republic is going through similar trends that the Roman Republic faced before Civil War and evolution into the Holy Roman Empire. Azikwe, Awolowo, Obasanjo, Buhari could be reflections of Julius Cesar, Anthony, Augustus etc so can Nigeria achieve the success of the 2000yr Roman Empire? Well, we must conceptualize, before we can visualize ...

Nigerian Traditional knowledge system beats all world systems!

Prince Justice Faloye, President of ASHE Foundation has decried that for too long we have suffered in silence the denigration of our culture identity and systems by foreign Abrahamic cultural imperialists. The painful part is that our own scholars propagate such White/Arabic dogma that regards us as children of lesser gods, subhuman dumb savages, Negroes, ...

Amotekun and Brexit, a repeat of history 2

The British have exited Europe to re-enslave the Nigerian Slave Coast, and some of us are rejoicing? I have written copiously about how history is repeating itself, especially in January 2020 with Amotekun and Brexit due to the 250 year cycle of Oya (Pluto). Every 250 years cosmic influences lead to global structural changes tied ...

Amotekun : Son of a thousand fathers? 1

ASHE Foundation has raised concerns over the continued bastardization of Original African traditional identity and the divisiveness of followers of Abrahamic dogma. In response to Prof Akintola of Muric statement that Amotekun is a Christian militia and some Christians quoting Jeremiah, Prince Justice Faloye, President ASHE raised doubts about whether Abrahamic faiths can ever allow ...

Black Cultural Power and the symbol of the Leopard

Culture is the most power unifying bond between a people. It could be articulated and unified to be a source of power or could be disoriented to miseducate a people into self destruction. We have heard of the positive contribution of Original African culture like the 7 day Ogun festival from August 14 to 21 ...

The Miseducation of the Black woman – the Bane of the Black Race!

The woman is the first and most important teacher of any civilization, and when she becomes disoriented, the whole society goes down. With recent DNA evidence proving that the true Eve and Garden of Eden was in Southern Nigeria, we know the likes of Osun, Oya, Ala, Yemoja were instrumental in the evolution of human ...

Eri, the Ndigbo testament of humanity! 6

HRM Eze Chukwuemeka Eri, Eze Eri Kingdom Eri is the progenitor of Igbos, who descended from the sky, like progenitors of other Volta Niger ethnolinguistic groups, the world’s first family. Igbos are one of the oldest and of the two most populous Original African groups, speakers of the Niger Congo languages, the continuum of dialects ...

January 12 2020 and it’s importance to Nigeria and the Black Race? 1

January 12th 2020 should be the beginning of the end of the structures that have arrested the economic, sociopolitical and cultural development of the Black Race, courtesy of the universe (Eledunmare) through Oya and Obaluaye. Though I have read that the 16-bit Original African Information Retrieval system – Ifa-Afa-Iha-Eha-Fa – has indicated that Odu Irosun ...

Nigeria, God’s own country, of shepherds or leopards?

The meek shall inherit the Earth? Nigeria is a special place on Earth despite widespread displeasure about its systematic performance. Far from being just a mere geographical expression, it has a few exceptional traits, some of which I have written about – past, present and future. First, genetic, linguistics and other anthropological evidence point to ...

The Nigerian Post Slavery Traumatic Complex

Nigerians, especially Southern and Central (Middlebelt) Nigerians, the core of the Niger-Congo ethnolinguistic family that spreads from Gambia to South Africa, still suffer the scars of the last 500 years of Western imperialism that started from slavery to colonization and now neocolonization. Even though as Fela Anikulapo sang Oyinbo don free you but you never ...
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