Africa

who_build-the-bridge
Africa Essay

Who build the bridge

There were once two villages that stood adjacent to each other separated by a deep ravines, in a certain kingdom. Each village had about ten thousand inhabitant whose friend and families resides on both sides. In the course of time, as consciousness grew and education evolved, there emerged the thoughts […]
Amenemope
Africa History

The Teaching Of Amenemope

Instructing his son in uprightness and honesty in governmental positions of trust, this African teacher called by many the “son of man” and by others Amenemope. This seer exalted conscience to its highest pinnacle of arbitrament between right and wrong. Amenemope taught that riches and fortune were the gift of […]
Moses
Africa History

Moses

Moses was an organizer; he selected the best in the religion and mores of Egypt and Palestine and, associating these practices with the traditions of the Melchizedek teachings, organized the Hebrew ceremonial system of worship.
The Battle For Zimbabwe
Africa Battle History World

The Battle For Zimbabwe

The meaningful reality, in this deep contention was a war between Africa and Europe, ( America also) where Europe want power and control in Africa, control of the resources, but Robert Mugabe stood in their way. The war was to destroy Robert Mugabe and Zimbabwe. But with the strong defense of the United Southern African States, Africa was victorious over Europe and America in this battle
Egypt
Africa History

Ikhnaton, Pharaoh of Egypt

In some respects this young Egyptian king is one of the most remarkable persons in human history. During this time of increasing spiritual depression in Mesopotamia, he kept alive the doctrine of El Elyon, the One God, in Egypt, thus maintaining the philosophic monotheistic channel which was vital to the religious background of the then future bestowal of Michael.
Battle of Adowa
Africa Battle History

The Battle of Adowa

When one thinks of Menelik II what immediately comes to mind is Ethiopia’s great victory over Italy at Adowa in 1896. But, as all those who are familiar with Ethiopian history know very well, military prowess in Ethiopia does not date from the days of Adowa, but has been a […]
The Haiti Revolution
Africa Battle History

The Haiti Revolution

Saint-Domingue, today Haiti, was once the wealthiest in the Caribbean. In 1789, with about 528,000 African laborer, with 30,000 European rulers. And in 1791 the 13-year-long Haitian Revolution began. Haiti, is by far, the country that has been worst punished and most hated for forcing Europe and America to put a punctuation in their concept of superiority. Not only did the Haitians defeated the European folk hero, Napoleon, they held America, British, France, and Spain armies at bay for one hundred years (100 years); with all their power and superiority, the Europeans and Americans could not broken down the Haitian defense.