Connecting Science and Religion

Three days after he fell into this dead like sleep, the Virgin Lily was sent to preserve the seed of Itym Father of mankind. Blowing the Breath of Life back into Itym, resurrecting him from his dead like sleep and taking into herself the seeds of our future. She immaculately conceived a child & theirRead More

Who “IY(Eye)AM”

IY created the week to make you strong so that you may know the difference between right and wrong The Days of the week but not in Greek 1 Sunday for the Sun 2 Monday for the Moon 3 Tuesday for the 2 created on this Earth (He & She) 4 Wednesday for the FourRead More

#Histrology

The Science connecting History and Astrology Monday the Second Day of Time The morning of the Second day, I¥ said, “Let us pull a blanket of darkness over our Sun so that he may sleep”. I¥ then called the darkness into being and I¥ created a Moon, brother to our Sun, so that he wouldRead More

Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys

Our Mission & Vision The Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys is a tuition-free Episcopal school for children from traditionally underserved communities. The School nurtures the spiritual, intellectual, social-emotional, artistic and physical development of its students in a Christian community of learners that welcomes boys of all faiths and beliefs. Working in close partnership with students and families,Read More

Colors of Humanity

Welcome to a New Age of the Enlightenment Colors of Humanity Red for the Blood of the Human Race Black for the Tree of Life that was burnt but not burnt Green for the Earth in which they live Yellow for the Sun that give these things Life White for the Living Light of LoveRead More

Histrology

There comes a point somewhere in time When you have to make up your own mind Choosing between what is true or false When thinking yourself does the Universe have a Boss When I look out into the vastness of space I know I’m not alone in this wide open place Somewhere out there mustRead More

What is the meaning of Habari Gani?

Those Swahili words, meaning What’s the News?, may soon become as familiar a holiday message as Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, or Happy New Year. For Habari Gani? is the ritual greeting of Kwanzaa and Kwanzaa is the world’s fastest-growing holiday. Olivia Fields    

National Novel Writing Month

Epics run through my life. I loved Milton as a child. I studied classics, earning a PhD, and taught Epic Literature at major universities. I wrote an epic as a children’s book – Nappy Hair – and left academia to pursue a dream of helping others find the epic story within communities and individuals. TodayRead More