Category Archives: black entertainment gossip

The Most Influential Man in History

At the center of the galaxy is a black hole that is thought to have enough gravitational pull to orchestrate all celestial bodies in the position that gives these nuclear phenomena balance. Dark clouds in the Milky Way galaxy are … Continue reading

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Black Girl Lost? An Original Take on the Psyche of Attraction

Academia and religion would have no conceptual lure were it not for the Egyptian Mystery Schools that taught the unification of the “astral body” represented by the god Osiris and the “etheric body” represented by the goddess Isis. The etheric … Continue reading

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The Holy Wood Crucifixion

The inertia behind the story of “The Help” is not new, as early as 1839, a sentiment was brewing for slave abolition because the Amistad case was at the fore, and an English actress named Fanny Kemble felt akin to … Continue reading

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The Ali Conspiracy

When black men become gods, petrified beings become subjects, and when nationalism enriches its tan, patriotism becomes decrepit through white supremacy’s overthrow by Afrotheism. In one of Joe Frazier’s final interviews, he revealed that before his fight with Ali in … Continue reading

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A Christmas Story

Perhaps the most viewed movie of all time is “A Christmas Story” because every year we are subjected to 24 hours of its syndication. Outwardly, the movie is about a family experiencing Christmas in Hammond Indiana in the 1940’s, but … Continue reading

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How to Make a Slave by David Stern

In 1712, slave owners on the Virginia Colony were up in arms about the cantankerous and irascible temperament of the slaves they were trying to control like silly putty instead of human beings. In their infernal frustration to get the … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time

Once upon a time the earliest people that traversed the earth were the myths of fairy tale. Anthropology, the study of carbon 14 and scientific analysis of human genetics tell us that the first people of existence were black, only … Continue reading

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