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Sacred Man

Sacred Man..

Sacred Man: From Boyhood to Manhood to Divine Masculine. A Manhood Manual, compact reference guide. Quoting modern day master teachers, on the spirit, mind & body balance of a new type of evolving warrior. An urban polymath, a conscious renaissance man – A Sacred Man. Full colour book/eBook with over 300 images. Addressing issues on: Male holistic health, Sacred sex, Spiritual growth, Masculine vitality, Herbs and fitness, Defining purpose, Self-development, Rites of passage and more… A Bookshelf essential for: young men, fathers, mothers of son’s, men… and the women who love them.
Sacred Man..
Aundrieux Khonsu Sankofa-EL, Is an educator, inner-city youth mentor specializing in urban rites of passage. He has lived and studied the schools of Islam, Christianity and Judaism, also Buddhist & Hindu meditation. Usui Reiki, Tao spirituality & Tantra. Landmark education self development, NLP, psychology & counselling, holistic health and Khemetic spirituality as taught by master teachers Supreme Grand Master Neter Aaferti Atum Re and Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen. He lectures on Holistic Health, Ancient African History, The Metaphysics of Hip Hop, and is co-founder of The Manhood Academy for Boys: a rites of passage program, training boys to men in London.… MORE

Milwaukee Charter School-Excellence First!

This is a great video.    It’s by a pair of 11 year old 6th graders from Milwaukee Excellence Charter school.  They borrowed a beat from Tee Grizley’s song,First Day Out.  The two young girls are students of teacher Terrance Sims.  He uses music to connect better with his students. “I wrote this song to get kids excited for the new school year and it picked up steam and turned into a full video,” Terrance explained. “It was a great experience as it kicked off our performing arts club.”  I personally think young black children need more rap songs like this.  They need more positive lyrics that express black pride and to inspire them to achieve greatness.  Too much of rap music today is filled with sex,violence and anti-blackness.  I salute these young black children!  They are already ahead of the game.  This is black genius. This is great to see!  We more hip hop culture to represent like this.