This work examines the advice given by the baby boomer generation to a male child progressing to manhood. The advice was given by African-American men on how to be successful in a society that is... More > not too accepting of African-American men.< Less
In African Origin found in Religion and Freemasonry: Part II, Brother Griffo and Brother Berkley parallel these ancient arts and sciences to religion, everyday life, and the occults. Their in depth... More > research uncovers how the ancient African practices are concealed behind religious characters and events currently being utilized in several cultural practices.
Brother Griffo and Brother Berkley work to reawaken culturally the thinking minds of culturally deprived communities by demonstrating how ancient African arts and sciences can be utilized in modern times without adapting the total lifestyle of ancient Africans. They make a clear distinction between ancient tradition, and its use of modern arts and sciences.< Less
"African Origin found in Religion and Freemasonry: Conspiracy of Lucifer" is the 4th book in the "African Origin found in Religion and Freemasonry" series. The purpose of this... More > book is to examine several concepts of Lucifer through a comparative studies methodology. In this book we present our argument of why Lucifer first was used to discredit Freemasons as well as the economic benefits that the concept of Lucifer has over the average citizen. During the writing of this book, we uncovered more information then we expected. The information did not fit into the thesis of this work. Therefore, we were forced to begin the 5th book entitled "African Origin found in Religion and Freemasonry: Breaking the Code." The more we search, the more we find.< Less