CALL FOR ABSTRACTS/PANEL PROPOSALS The Centre for Critical Thinking and Resourceful Research in Africa (CECTRRA) in Collaboration with Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan and Institute of African Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (Discussion On-going) Announces The First Outstanding African Thinkers Conference on Chinweizu Theme: Chinweizu, Africa and the Rest of the World Venue: Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Accra. Date: November 4-7, 2018 Call for Abstracts
Join in person to watch "Kemetiyu: Chiekh Anta Diop" - a documentary based on the unconquerable Dr. Chiekh Anta Diop (also known as "The Pharoah")
A Textual Review of Kheper “The priests of Kemet, thousands of years before Charles Darwin, noticed and defined the various cycles of growth and transformation that occurred in nature, (…the medium of shared experiences). Darwin defined these transformations as “processes of evolution.” The priests of Kemet defined these cyclical transformations as processes of Kheper..., which means, 'to transform, come into being, and grow up' (Faulkner 188). Kheper, therefore represents the concepts of transformation, duration, change, and existence. The priests used Kheper as the central theme upon which to build and describe how reality comes into being and continues to be (Montgomery [...]
Abibitumi Presents: Bonotchi Montgomery – An Examination of Ra Emerging from Nu. Words Spoken by the Imy-Wenewity. The African Star Watchers Who Invented “Time!”Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀2018-06-18T07:58:54+00:00
Join us live as Baba Bonotchi Montgomery conducts a live book review exclusively on Abibitumi.com!!! An introduction to the science of the Imy-Wenewity, the ancient Star Watchers of Kemet. These ancient astronomers defined the hour and the year based on observing the movement of the stars, and thereby, invented Time. We reveal how these scientific accomplishments, as well as others, illustrate the sophistication of these ancient African Priest/Scientists. In Kemet, the profession of Star Watchers lasted for over 2,000 years. Meeting link: https://zoom.us/j/579161903
Afrika Speaks Interview: The Ancient Afrikan=Black Origins of Pan-Afrikanism
Dr. Obadele Kambon: Why YOU should learn mdw nTr before going to Kemet!