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Book – The Kilombo Paradigm: Maroon Sovereignty Through Vodun Culture
African Vodun, Culture, New Afrikan Vodun, Philosophy, Publications, Social Issues, Sovereignty

Book – The Kilombo Paradigm: Maroon Sovereignty Through Vodun Culture

Introducing, The Kilombo Paradigm: Maroon Sovereignty through Vodun Culture! This profound work is a unique and well researched book. It is unique in that nowhere in Afrikan traditions in the world will you see such an analysis that breaks down the spiritual, political, social, economic, and sovereign thrust of Afrikan culture and how to use it to obtain sovereignty in such a clear cut way. The Kilombo Paradigm is a solid treatise and real solution to that old question: "What will it take for Afrikan people to get back on top?". The Kilombo Paradigm offers a step by step program towards achieving Afrikan sovereignty and obtaining sovereign space using authentic Afrikan culture and spiritual systems. It is based on the concepts of family development, nation building, and full ReAfrikanizat...
Interview with Ayinon Agelgbagan Agbovi on Various Aspects of Sovereignty
African Vodun, Philosophy, Social Issues, Sovereignty, The Axosu Speaks

Interview with Ayinon Agelgbagan Agbovi on Various Aspects of Sovereignty

Ayinon Agelogbagan is interviewed by the Azacotogan (chieftaincy that means he is the protector of the crown) of Ganlodo on various aspects of obtaining sovereignty. Ayinon delivers in true Garveyite fashion. Never has Garveyite sovereign ideology been married to authentic Afrikan culture and traditions in the western hemisphere. info@ganlodo.com
Afrikan Ancestral Roots Reading vs DNA Testing – the Differences
African Vodun, Culture, New Afrikan Issues, New Afrikan Vodun, Social Issues, The Axosu Speaks

Afrikan Ancestral Roots Reading vs DNA Testing – the Differences

ߘߌ ߁߃߸ ߆߂߆߁ (Our calendar date) Ayinon Agelogbagan Azasinkpotin Jisovi Agbovi gives some much needed information on the difference between learning your Afrikan root identity through the Afrikan oracle of Fá and taking a chance with a DNA test. Are you willing to trust your own ancient cultural technology or are you still dependent on Europeans and other non Afrikans defining your reality?