“Everybody has enough personal power for something. The trick for the warrior is to pull his personal power away from his weaknesses to his/her warriors purpose.” – The Second Ring of Power, The Shamans of Ancient Mexico
“For a Warrior, to be inaccessible means that he touches the world around him sparingly. And above all, he deliberately avoids exhausting himself and others. He doesn’t use and squeeze people until they have shriveled to nothing, especially the people he loves.” – The Wheel of Time, The Shamans of Ancient Mexico
How is China helping to transform African economies? There are many different narratives cast around in public and policy debate: China as the new imperial power, China as the radical developmentalist, China as just like any other donor/foreign power. None are very convincing. A report synthesising a number of research projects has been published recently, titled Africa’s economic transformation: the role of Chinese investment, and aims to get beyond the rhetoric and gain a more sophisticated, empirically-based analysis based on substantial UK-funded research efforts over recent years.
Based on detailed studies from Angola to Zambia, the report covers a range of Chinese investments from infrastructure to technology to manufacturing. Agriculture and land-based investments don’t get much attention, but some wider lessons can be drawn. Overall, the report argues that Chinese investments are not exceptional, but have certain patterns. They generally focus on the productive economic sector and that although…
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Comments about current changes in dress, part 2
The journey of these cloths from manufacture to internment is unique in Africa. Redefining our perceptions of ritual items and their purpose.
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It is now not a mystery that we at Ikhambi Natural Healing aka I.N.Healing /INhealing use Ancient Afrikan/Nile Valley civilization knowledge system as part of our cultural background. We are an Indigenous Knowledge Systems based institution and our inspiration for this work also comes from various parts of the Afrikan continent as well as other Natural/Holistic health practices.
The main mission for us as stated on our concept document* (insert) is to promote the practical use of natural elements in homes, improve wellbeing within families and share the cultural practices of light workers /healers among our people –
One of our sources of inspiration is a book titled The Sacred Magic of Ancient Egypt – The Spiritual Practice Restored by Rosemary Clark, published in 2003 by Llewellyn Publications, St. Paul, Minnesota. We are eternally grateful to Mkhulu Nsingiza of Great Empire of Kemet for leading us towards this…
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