More African Swastikas: African Aryans?

According to Uncommon Objects,

One of the oldest recorded uses of the swastika in Africa is found in artwork by the Akan people of Ghana.  It is also found on servants’ dresses in the Ashanti Empire…

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Click the picture to enlarge, then look at the cloth pattern of the woman in the middle.

I Took the Red Pill a Long Time Ago…

daniel oliver in the matrix You can’t open a mind before it’s ready… -_o That’s me on the left.  I was both an extra and a stand-in in the Matrix II & III, which were filmed simultaneously at Fox Studios in Sydney while I was an exchange student there. You can actually see me in Matrix II in the background at exactly 60:00. This still is from a shot that was cut, though a different shot of the scene was used in Matrix III.

A Contented Caste, not Chattel: The Truth About Africans Enslaving Other Africans

Slavery in Africa was part of a united caste system unlike any other in the world.  It does not justify the Jewish-led Trans-Atlantic slave trade.  On the other hand, denying it ignores a valuable model for democracy and peace.


Africans enslaved other Africans.

“White” nationalists and supremacists use the fact to try to excuse the genocidal horrors of west Asian enslavement of Africans.

Some “Black” nationalists and Afro-centrists deny it.

Both are wrong, for oversimplifying the issue.  For example, both ignore the fact that for most of human history, most slaves have been “white”.  In fact the very word slave comes from Slav, the name of a “white” west Asian (“European”) people.  There were even “white” slaves in pre-colonial Sub-Saharan (“Black”) Africa.  The first few minutes of this BBC Radio special on Mansa Musa, Emperor of Mali, quote Arab historians who saw them in his court:  Mansa Musa BBC Documentary

The worldwide practice named “slavery” in English existed in many forms.  In west Africa, slaves were part of a caste system, where all castes had rights and privileges over the others.  Far from the horrors of the chattel slavery of the Americas, they formed a contented class that enjoyed power, wealth and freedom of movement.  Slavery was basically a way to incorporate conquered foes into the victor’s society.  It was a matter of mercy, forgiveness, tolerance and progress in the world’s most genetically, phenotypically and linguistically diverse continent.

There are more languages and genetic diversity in Africa than the rest of the world COMBINED.

This excerpt from Cheikh Anta Diop’s Pre-Colonial Black Africa shows that you can’t look at everything from the eyes of the west Asian.  Too many African diasporans, even ‘conscious’ ones, fall into that trap, failing to see that you can’t produce arguments against the west Asian paradigm from within the west Asian point-of-view.

Cheikh Anta Diop was Director of the Radio Carbon Dating Center at the University of Dakar, Senegal.  His books have reclaimed thousands of years of African history.
Cheikh Anta Diop was Director of the Radio Carbon Dating Center at the University of Dakar, Senegal. His books have reclaimed thousands of years of African history.

Analysis of the Concept of Caste

The originality of the [west African caste] system resides in the fact that the dynamic elements of society, whose discontent might have engendered revolution, are really satisfied with their social condition and do not seek to change it:  a man of so-called “inferior caste” would categorically refuse to enter a so-called “superior” one.  In Africa, it is not rare for members of the lower caste to refuse to enter in to conjugal relations with those of the higher caste, even though the reverse would seem more normal.

The present territory of Senegal will be used here as a model for study:  nevertheless, the conclusions which are drawn from it hold true for the whole of detribalized Sudanese Africa.  In Senegal, society is divided into slaves and freemen, the latter being gor, including both gér and ñéño.

The gér comprise the nobles and freemen with no manual profession other than agriculture, considered a sacred activity.

The ñéño comprise all artisans:  shoemakers, blacksmiths, goldsmiths, etc.  These are hereditary professions.

The djam, or slaves, include the djam-bur, who are slaves of the king’  the djam neg nday, slaves of one’s mother’  and the djam neg bây, slaves of one’s father.

African Caste System:  Know Justice, Know Peace

Same name = same trade, same caste, same totem

The gér formed the superior caste.  But-and herein lay the real originality of the system-unlike the attitude of the nobles toward the bourgeoisie, the lords toward the serfs, or the Brahmans toward the other Indian castes the gér could not materially exploit the lower castes without losing face in the eyes of others, as well as their own.  On the contrary, they were obliged to assist lower caste members in every way possible:  even if less wealthy, they had to “give” to a man of lower caste if so requested.  In exchange the latter had to allow them social precedence.

The specific feature of this system therefore consisted in the fact that the manual laborer, instead of being deprived of the fruits of his labor, as was the artisan or the serf of the Middle Ages, could, on the contrary, add to it wealth given him by the “lord”.

Consequently, if a revolution were to occur, it would be initiated from above and not from below.  But that is not all, as we shall see:  members of all castes including slaves were closely associated to power, as de facto ministers;  which resulted in constitutional monarchies governed by councils of ministers, made up of authentic representatives of all the people.  We can understand from this why there were no revolutions in Africa against the regime, but only against those who administered it poorly, i.e., unworthy princes.

For every caste, advantages and disadvantages, deprivations of rights and compensations balanced out…  it can be understood why Africa’s societies remained relatively stable.

Conditions of the Slaves

Djam-bur: Slaves of the King- Slaves in Name Only


In this aristocratic regime, the nobles formed the cavalry of the army (the chivalry).  The infantry was composed of  slaves, former prisoners of war taken from outside the national territory.  The slaves of the king formed the greater part of his forces and in consequence their condition was greatly improved.  They were now slaves in name only…  they shared in the booty after an expedition;  under protection of the king, during periods of unrest, they could even indulge in discreet pillage within the national territory, against the bâ-dolo [“those without power”, the poor peasants]-but never against the artisans who [could]… go directly to the prince… The slaves were commanded by one of their own, the infantry general, who was a pseudo-prince in that he might rule over a fief inhabited by freemen.  Such was the case, in the monarchy of Cayor (Senegal), of the djarâf Bunt Keur, the representative of the slaves within the government and commander-in-chief of the army.  His power and authority were so great that the day of his betrayal brought an end to the kingdom of Cayor.

Djam neg Nday: Slaves of the Mother-  Beloved Family Member


The slave of the mother’s household was the captive of our mother, as opposed to the slave of our father.  He might have been bought on the open market, come from an inheritance, or be a gift.  Once established in the family he became almost an integral part of it;  he was the loyal domestic, respected, feared, and consulted by the children.  Due to the matriarchal and polygamous regime, we feel him closer to us, because he belongs to our mother, than the slave of the father, who is at an equal distance, socially speaking, from all the children of the same father and different mothers.  As can easily be seen, the slave of the father would become the scapegoat for the society.  Therefore, the slave of the mother could not be a revolutionary.

Djam neg Bây:  Slaves of the Father- No Man’s Slave

Polygamy meant the slaves of the father were distant from all, unlike those of the mother.
Polygyny meant the slaves of the father were distant from all, unlike those of the mother.

The slaves of the father’s household, by contrast, considering his anonymous position (our father is everyone’s, so to speak, while our mother is truly our own), will be of no interest to anyone and have no special protection in society.  He may be disposed of without compensation.  However, his condition is not comparable to that of the plebeian of ancient Rome, the thete of Athens, or the sudra of India.  The condition of the sudra was based on a religious significance.  Contact with them was considered impure;  society had been structured without taking their existence into account;  they could not even live in the cities nor participate in religious ceremonies, nor at the outset have a religion of their own…  However, the alienation of the slaves of the father’s household in Africa was great enough, on the moral and material plane, that their minds could be truly revolutionary.  But for reasons connected to the preindustrial nature of Africa, such as the dispersion of the population into villages, for example, they could not effect a revolution.  We must also add that they were really intruders in a hostile society which watched them day and night, and would never have allowed them time to plot a rebellion with their peers.  It made it even less possible for them to acquire economic position and moral and intellectual education, in short, any social strength comparable to that of the bourgeoisie of the West when it overthrew the aristocracy.



For blacks to deny the existence of slavery in Africa is reactionary Afro-centrism that in reality just parrots the arguments of “white” nationalists:  whatever they say, we say the opposite.  This isn’t an ideology- it’s “defensive racism”:  Adopting the enemy’s values in order to compete against the enemy ie. conceding to play the enemy’s game.


To try to conflate African caste slavery with “New World” chattel slavery is a ploy by “white” nationalists to justify their claim that “everybody’s evil but us, and that’s why they want to destroy us”, a word-for-word repeat of the Zionist argument, the same “Jews”/Zionists they claim to oppose.

Is this really what everyone wants?
Is this really what everyone wants?

Quality, not Ethnicity- Unity through Nobility

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No one is going to get anywhere with either of the three groups.  Common sense and real-life experience make it clear that there are good people and bad people of all ethnic backgrounds.

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We care where we come from, but we focus on where we’re going.

History is not a Destination:  Ideals Are

The only way forward is to realize, accept and embrace the fact that similar values and qualities matter more than ethnic relatedness.  It’s not about ignoring race:  it’s about embracing noble ideals.

Knowledgeable of our different histories, united around our shared values
Knowledgeable of our different histories, united around our shared values

You may not want to share a future with everyone you share a past with…

Transcend, Unite
This is the way to the future: Transcend, Unite…

From Cannibal Cavemen to Cum Cookbooks- A History of Human Meat

From Pre-History Until Today, Human Flesh, Fetuses and Bodily Fluids Have Always Been on the Menu…

Early West Asians (“Europeans”) Ate Human Meat for Hundreds of Thousands of Years

Human bones found in a Spanish cave show evidence of impact and cut marks. National Geographic courtesy of Current Anthropology
Human bones found in a Spanish cave show evidence of impact and cut marks. National Geographic courtesy of Current Anthropology

For some European cavemen, human meat wasn’t a ritual delicacy or a food of last resort but an everyday meal, according to a new study of fossil bones found in Spain.  Cannibalized human bones were found in cave layers spanning a period of around a hundred thousand years, suggesting the practice was fairly consistent, according to the study.

Scientists believe the abundance of good hunting meant the early Europeans did not need to resort to eating each other but did anyway.  “They did not practice cannibalism through a lack of food,” explained Dr de Castro. “They killed their rivals and used the meat.”  His team has determined that the practice continued through generations and that the majority of the victims were children or adolescents.  (Source)

In one cave in Spain, the butchered remains of at least 11 humans were found mixed up with those of bison, deer, wild sheep, and other animals, said study co-author José Maria Bermúdez de Castro.  As well as de-fleshing marks and evidence of bone-smashing to get at the marrow inside, there are signs the victims also had their brains eaten.  (Source)

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“gastronomic cannibalism” was commonplace and habitual—both to meet nutritional needs and to kill off local competition.  Humans attracted to Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain would have fought over the fertile territory—and cannibalism would have been a good way of dealing with the competition.

 Medieval Mummy Medicine


‘The question was not, “Should you eat human flesh?” but, “What sort of flesh should you eat?”.

From creating candles made of human fat in the 1880s, to drinking blood at the scaffold, or making remedies out of crushed skull powder, many Europeans had no moral or ethical concerns about eating, drinking or otherwise using the bodies of dead people.

According to a new book Medicinal Cannibalism in Early Modern English Literature and Culture, by Louise Noble, many Europeans – from royalty to scientists – routinely ate remedies containing human bones, fat and blood in order to solve everyday complains from headaches to epilepsy.

Some followers advocated drinking blood fresh from the body, which does not seem to have caught on, but poor people could pay a small price for a cup of warm blood, served seconds after executions.

Sugg also quotes a French recipe from 1679, which describes how to turn blood into marmalade.


The other belief at the time was that human remains contained the soul of the body, with young men or virgin women seen as the ‘freshest’, and highly prized.

Even the great Renaissance man Leonardo da Vinci said: ‘We preserve our life with the death of others. In a dead thing insensate life remains which, when it is reunited with the stomachs of the living, regains sensitive and intellectual life.’

Sugg found such examples as an Englishman, in 1847, being advised to mix the skull of a young woman with treacle and feed it to his daughter to cure her epilepsy (which he dutifully carried out, but allegedly it failed).

And in 1908, a last known attempt was made in Germany to swallow blood at the scaffold. (Source)

In 2014, two human heads were found at an unnamed hotel restaurant and wrapped in cellophane, according to a report out of Anambra, Nigeria, in which police were tipped off to the restaurant allegedly serving human meat in burgers.  (Source)

21st Century:  Sexual Fluids- They’re not Just for Dinner

Aborted Fetus Cure-All Capsules

It was reported in 2012 that thousands of pills filled with powdered human flesh had been discovered by customs officials in South Korea.

The capsules, used as a medicinal ‘cure-all’, were thought to be the remains of aborted or still-born babies, which were stored, dried and crushed into powder.

Semenology – The Semen Bartender’s Handbook

Semenology pushes the limits of classic bartending. Semen is often freshly available behind most bar counters and adds a personal touch to any cocktail.2 The connoisseur will appreciate learning how to mix selected spirits to enhance the delicate flavors of prostate milk.

Natural Harvest – A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes

natural harvest

Semen is not only nutritious, but it also has a wonderful texture and amazing cooking properties. Like fine wine and cheeses, the taste of semen is complex and dynamic.1 Semen is inexpensive to produce and is commonly available in many, if not most, homes and restaurants. Despite all of these positive qualities, semen remains neglected as a food. This book hopes to change that. Once you overcome any initial hesitation, you will be surprised to learn how wonderful semen is in the kitchen. Semen is an exciting ingredient that can give every dish you make an interesting twist. If you are a passionate cook and are not afraid to experiment with new ingredients – you will love this cookbook!

Woman Uses Bacteria from Vagina to Make Yogurt


“What could be healthier than taking healthy bacteria from her vagina,” Westbrook reasoned, “and culturing more of it to later ingest?”

The “collection method” was done with a wooden spoon. She set up a positive control (made with actual yogurt as the starter culture) and a negative control (plain milk with nothing added), and combined her own home-made ingredient to the third batch of yogurt. Left overnight, the magic of biology created a respectably-sized bowl.

Her first batch of yogurt tasted sour, tangy, and almost tingly on the tongue. She compared it to Indian yogurt, and ate it with some blueberries.

Breast milk is an energy drink?

breast milk

You can purchase your own share of random ladies’ breast milk right on your laptop, iPad, or iPhone! Indeed, according to the online platform, Only the Breast, its motto is: “A Community for Moms to Buy, Sell & Donate Natural Breast Milk.”

Nothing Says “Happy Valentine’s Day!” Like a Chocolate Anus


Chocolate and sex are both Valentine’s Day staples, but if you really want to think outside of the heart-shaped box on Saturday, there’s really only one option: a chocolate mold of your own anus

Urban Gardening: You- Yes, YOU- Can Grow Food ANYwhere!

The whos, whats, whens, wheres, whys and hows of urban gardening…  with picture proof that you can do it!


YOU!  Your family, neighbors and friends.


  • Growing your own food, herbs, spices and medicine
  • Supporting bee populations by planting flowers they can collect pollen from, and trees they can build hives in (Bee populations are collapsing, and without them plants can’t cross-pollinate)
  • Mulching and Composting to create fertile soil to use in garden beds or potted plants


Why not now?


Any place you can find or put dirt.

  • If you have a yard, you’re already good to go.
  • If you live in an apartment or condo, you should be able to ask the property owner for permission to use a plot for growing.
  • If all else fails, buy some pots or make them out of used buckets or bottles.  You could also buy a large bin from a local home supply store.
  • Make the garden in your house, or on your porch or patio!


  • To eat better food- the radishes we grew last year were so much more sweeter and tangier than the ones I bought yesterday.
  • To avoid pesticides and GMO:  If you don’t put them, no one else will. Growing your own food gives you knowledge and control over what you and your loved ones put in and on their bodies
  • To save money- You can’t believe how many tomatoes a tomato patch can yield.  When we harvested, we HAD to give some away, eat some, then freeze the rest for later.
  • A new, healthy hobby- Gardening is VERY fulfilling, and hard work = good exercise!  Remember how fun it was play in the mud as a kid?  It still is!
  • Learn about nature and connect with the earth
  • Have food supplies in times of crisis- You never know!
  • Extra income- Sell your surplus at a farmer’s market!
  • Interior decorating- Beautify your living/work space with flowers, and remember that indoor plants naturally purify the air and increase oxygen!


  • Tools you’ll need:  shovel, hoe, rake
  • Pots:  Buy some, or use any used buckets or bottles (a great way to recycle by the way)
  • Study the local climate to learn when is the best time to plant what, and how to plant it.  Ask a neighbor, elderly family member or anyone with experience farming or gardening for advice (a great way to make friends).  Buy the appropriate seeds and plant them!
  • To create the right soil, you could mulch or compost.  This basically means letting organic waste decompose in dirt, and then using that dirt, which will be very rich in nutrients, to plant in.  You can start by collecting all your organic waste- eggshells, food that has gone bad, coffee grounds, tea leaves, plant rinds, etc.- and burying it at the end of the day.  This should be done AWAY from your house, because it will attract bugs.  Make sure you cover each deposit well, so it will actually decompose, and not smell.

Our Experience with Urban Gardening

I live in an apartment complex in Saudi Arabia- not exactly the place you’d expect to be able to plant crops.  But you’d be surprised what you can grow here:

Beautiful flower bush in full bloom
Beautiful flower bush in full bloom
Henna tree (Where the body paint comes from)
Henna tree (Where the body paint comes from)
Ladybug in a berry patch in Jeddah, on the Red Sea coast across the peninsula from where I live near the Persian Gulf
Ladybug in a berry patch in Jeddah, on the Red Sea coast across the peninsula from where I live near the Persian Gulf

We’ve successfully planted and grown orange trees, lemon trees, garlic, potatoes, eggplant, chili peppers, radish, onions, tomatoes, coriander, aloe vera, basil, and various flowers.

A year ago this month I had two major setbacks:  tearing my achilles (unable to do work for 5 months) and was moved by my university from a house on the compound that had a yard, to an apartment complex.  At the same time, my wife was also pregnant with our 4th child, and summer was coming.  It wasn’t looking good for our garden…

2 1/2 months in a cast...
2 1/2 months in a cast…

But we found a few solutions.

1) Potted plants

When we tried to move our lemon and orange trees from the ground to pots, they died.  But we bought new ones, and they’re coming along:

Citrus sapling
Citrus sapling

We also have flowers and aloe vera in pots inside our house and on our patios:

Stairwell- Basil
Front patio
Front patio- Basil, Aloe Vera, etc.
Front Patio
Front Patio


Aloe vera, by the way, is a very effective medicine.  We use its juice for cuts, sunburn, rashes, and aftershave (no more razor bumps!)  It’s a hardy plant that just needs water, so I recommend it to everyone.

2) Find potential garden beds and use them

There are a lot of empty plots in the concrete around our house that weren’t being used.  The one right below our apartment is now growing flowers, coriander (which we just harvested), and eggplant.



Another one nearby has chili peppers, garlic, onion, coriander, peppermint, and tomatoes.


In the highest terrace, we just put two trees of a local species that bees like to use for hives.  We hope that they’ll also provide shade in the extremely hot Arabian summers when they mature.

They don’t look like they’re doing too well, but that usually happens when you re-pot plants.  As long as they bounce back before summertime, they should be fine.  If they don’t, we’ll try again.  You win some, you lose some, especially starting off.  It takes patience…

3) DIY Compost Heap

I just dug a compost bed this morning.  It was a sand bed full of rocks, concrete, glass, and some scary-looking red beetles!  My girls and I dumped out all the rocks and glass.

Little Gardeners in Training
Little Gardeners in Training

I had to take a hammer to the concrete (dumped there by local workers) and before shoveling it all out.  Then I dug up half of it, dumping the sand on the other side.

To compost, I’ll just take our day’s- or meal’s- organic leftovers or garbage, dump it on the sand, then bury it, like so:

1. Dig
1. Dig
2. Dump


3.  Cover
3. Cover

By this fall- which is planting season here due to the extreme heat of summer- the waste should be decomposed.  We may or may not have to add dirt to it before using.  We’ll see.

4) Hire a gardener

OK, I cheated.

With me in crutches and then a cane, my wife in late pregnancy and then postpartum, we really couldn’t do anything.  Luckily, for us, we met a very man with an honorable disposition named Muhi adDeen who works as a groundskeeper on campus.  His expertise and willingness to help have been essential, and we hope he will continue to share his expertise with us and our children.

Me & Muhi-adDeen
Me & Muhi-adDeen

5) Use House Plants

These are usually very low maintenance- just flowers or vines that you have to water a few times a week.  If you travel, make sure you have a reliable neighbor take over while you’re gone.

Hanging Gardens of Dhahran
Hanging Gardens of Dhahran


6) Harvest!

Look at the peppers my wife picked this afternoon (an essential ingredient in her native Punjabi cuisine):20150214_134316 20150214_134310It’s already paying off!

We’re open to suggestions.  Send yours in the comments and I’ll put them into the article.  Let’s learn and grow together!


Pale Skin: An Adaptation?

 Pale-skin is no more adapted to cold, dark climates than it is to anywhere else.

Contrary to popular claims, pale skin is not an adaptation to lack of sunlight.  If that were so, then the darkest places in West Asia (“Europe”), which have the world’s palest people, wouldn’t have the highest rates of skin cancer.  If pale skin “evolved” because people needed to absorb more sunlight rather than be protected from it, then the sparse sunlight of northwest Asia (northern “Europe”) would not harm the pale people there.  But this is not so.  In fact, that is the place of the highest rates of skin cancer:

melanoma europe

It should be noted that, this is an EU map, and Norway is not part of the EU.  If it were, it would likely be amongst the other northern countries (Sweden,Denmark & Finland) with the highest skin cancer rates.

Now the following maps does not list country names, but if you have some knowledge of where the previous chart’s leading countries for skin cancer are, you will see that they coincide with paler skin (1st map below) and paler eyes & hair (2nd map below).

skin color map hair and eye color

So if pale skin were an adaptation to sparse sunlight, then why are pale-skinned people so ill-adapted?

And if you don’t need skin color to be protected from the sun in dark, cold, snowy climates, then how do you explain snowburn?

You’ve heard this “theory” many times, but it’s simply not true.  If it were so, Far West Asian (Western “European”) explorers would not have needed winter clothes in South America while brown-skinned natives went naked:

Despite the extremely cold climate in which they lived, early Yahgan wore little to no clothing until after their extended contact with Europeans.[5] They were able to survive the harsh climate because:

  1. They kept warm by huddling around small fires when they could, including in their boats to stay warm. The name of “Tierra del Fuego” (land of fire) was based on the many fires seen by passing European explorers.

  2. They made use of rock formations to shelter from the elements.

  3. They covered themselves in animal grease.[6]

  4. Over time, they had evolved significantly higher metabolisms than average humans, allowing them to generate more internal body heat.[7]

  5. Their natural resting position was a deep squatting position, which reduced their surface area and helped to conserve heat.” (wikipedia)

This is what cold-adapted humans look like:

Yaghan Family
Yaghan Family

And if paleness were an adaptation to cold and lack of sunlight, then why aren’t native Siberians and Alaskans pale?



(Photos from Real History Worldwide)

White Skin for a Black Sun?

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Pale-skinned people need as much- or more- protection from the cold than everyone else.  And even in the darkest of places, their skin is still not protected from the sun.  So neither the pale skin, nor the relatively narrower facial features, nor any musculo-skeletal or cranial features of the “white” “race” are an adaptation to cold.

Pale skin is not suited to sunlight, at least not the light of this sun.  So why do people keep claiming that it is?  Perhaps the reference is not to this sun, but the Black Sun of Theosophy & Esoteric ‘Nazism’/Esoteric Hitlerism, popularized in the Soundgarden hit “Black Hole Sun”?

black hole sun

Could the source of energy and life on earth have once been another sun, to which pale skin was suited?   Could the earth have later broken away somehow until being captured by the gravity of our current star?  That would certainly make sense out legends of floods and underground civilizations, and the documented Ice Age and need of West Asians (“Europeans”) to live in caves.  Here’s an interesting video about life on earth between suns:

Missing Black Girls, The Medical Industry & Melanin

64,000 African-American women and girls are missing.  Where are they?  The dark past of the American medical history, and the miraculous applications of melanin, hold important clues…

Dedicated to Kenyon Mason

Bring Back Our Girls

64,000 African-Americans girls are reported missing, but nobody’s looking for them.  Why?

Despite representing 12.85% of the population, black Americans accounted for nearly 226,000 — or 34% — of all missing persons reported in 2012. According to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center, the comparison with other racial groups is unfavorable: Whites and Hispanics are a combined 80.1% of the population, but account for 60% of missing persons.

This is especially troubling when you break down the numbers by age. Black and Missing reports that 37% of missing minors and 28.2% of missing adults in 2013 were black. No fewer than 270,000 minorities have gone missing since 2010, 135,000 of whom were black and 64,000 were black women, according to the Atlanta Black Star.

Essence points to a 2010 report titled “Missing Children in National News Coverage,” which found that while black children accounted for 33.2% of missing children that year, the media exposure rate was an unimpressive 19.5%. While black men go missing at statistically higher rates, coverage of black female disappearances is particularly telling in light of the attention similar stories get when white women are involved.

“In the field, I’ve seen a majority of black missing children classified as runaways, who don’t get Amber Alerts.”

From Identies.Mic

Medical History

No way the same US government and media that gave so much attention to 2-300 Nigerian girls would ignore 64,000(!) its own, unless there was a reason.  The most likely reason is organ harvesting, and the the skin is the body’s biggest organ.  Considering America’s dark history of medical exploitation of Blacks, this isn’t as far-fetched as it seems at first.

First of all, there’s a long history of medical research using unwitting/unwilling African-American women for medical experiments:

on the 19th century medical plantation—a locality spatially separate from the agricultural plantation—black women’s bodies were imagined as the ideal test subjects of research and innovation within what became modern gynecology.

That trend has continued from Emancipation until today, at the GOVERNMENT level: ”

throughout their long history in the USA, African-Americans have been secretly used as guinea pigs for medical experimentation by various American governments

It’s a MARKET. The medical industry cannot advance without unwitting/unwilling Black subjects. Cells secretly harvested, and later cultivated from a Black woman are the source of ALL cells used for medical research- vaccines, cloning, testing, etc. “This represented an enormous boon to medical and biological research”

So, yes, if a multi-billion dollar, multi-national, centuries old industry is based on the bodies of stolen and captive Black female bodies, then it will continue along the same lines that it has succeeded: stealing black women, experimenting with them, and harvesting their biological material.

Melanin:  More Than Just A Color

spray tan

You also need to be aware of just how badly pale (“white”) people actually need melanin, the many ways that they use it, and the price of melanin on the market.

Though people will go so far as to sniff nasal sprays to increase their melanin, its medical and cosmetic applications go far beyond tanning.  Let’s look at one example: Meladine.

Meladine is “an “Accessory to a Surgical Laser Instruments used for Hair Removal” to enhance the effects of lasers for the treatment of non-pigmented hair”.

  • It “simply deposits natural melanin into the hair follicle which aids the laser in targeting the hair follicle for removal… simply deposits natural melanin into the hair follicle which aids the laser in targeting the hair follicle for removal.”

Now you tell me, wheretf do they get this “natural melanin” that has to be so frequently applied? They certainly don’t say so on their site:

So, to think that the pharmaceutical industry, which, like any other industry, puts profits before morals, would take “unethically-sourced” melanin is probably a very sane thought, making the opposing thought, of course, insane.

Melanin:  Fountain of Youth?


Let’s go back to Henrietta Lacks, whose cells are the source of all medical research cells. What made her cells so special? They wouldn’t die.

The cells from Henrietta’s tumor were given to researcher George Gey, who “discovered that [Henrietta’s] cells did something they’d never seen before: They could be kept alive and grow.”[13] Before this, cells cultured from other cells would only survive for a few days. Scientists spent more time trying to keep the cells alive than performing actual research on the cells, but some cells from Lacks’s tumor sample behaved differently from others. George Gey was able to isolate one specific cell, multiply it, and start a cell line. Gey named the sample HeLa, after the initial letters of Henrietta Lacks’ name. As the first human cells grown in a lab that were “immortal” (they do not die after a few cell divisions), they could be used for conducting many experiments. (wikipedia)

This was probably because of their melanin. My theory is that Lacks’s cells were the first black person’s cells harvested and tested, hence their surprise at the difference melanin made.

There’s a popular expression “Black don’t crack”, and it’s true that healthy melanated people who eat a healthy natural diet don’t seem to age.  This woman is 74 years old!

So the need for melanin goes far beyond avoiding skin cancer. It’s the key to life itself.


When you consider that a body fails to produce melanin only if and when the pineal gland is calcified- a fossilized organ in the center of a living brain!- you see how melanin is involved in much more than skin color and skin cancer. Read this astounding comment to the Washington Post article “Scientists Find A DNA Change That Accounts For White Skin

Europeans also have a calcified Pineal Gland which is responsible for the production of melanin (skin pigmentation), melatonin (the hormone that induces sleep), and seratonin (responsible for strong mental health and ‘happiness’) this is NOT true for Albinos. Albinos can produce a child of COLOR this is NOT true for Europeans. 70-80% of Europeans have a calcified Pineal Gland, whereas Black people have a fully functioning Pineal Gland.

Melanin is a natural skin block from UV rays of the sun. This is why White people put on things like sunscreen. Sunscreen is nothing more than an artificial form of melanin. Melanin basically converts sunlight into vitamin D which is essential for bone growth, and the natural protection against diseases. Black people, much like plants, LITERALLY convert sunlight into vitamin D. White people can’t do that that is why, as the article states, EVERYTHING has Vitamin D added to it. That is for the benefit of WHITE PEOPLE not for us. That is ALSO the reason that Black people are the most prone to being lactose intolerant and White people AREN’T. You are NOT supposed to drink milk after a certain age because you body no longer NEEDS IT. White people do. How many animals in nature do you see still drinking their mother’s milk after a certain age?? You don’t because they DON’T NEED IT. Black people need to STOP drinking milk.

The calcification of the Pineal Gland meant the extremely LOW production of melanin which caused White people’s skin to become ‘white’ NOT Albino white. I guarantee if you do some research into decalcifying your Pineal Gland which is most commonly known as the ‘Third Eye’ you’ll find about a million websites on it. Now why is that?? Because White people are just now finding out what the Pineal Gland is FOR. They used to think it was an unnecessary appendage like the appendix. So they have to mislead you into thinking it is nothing more than a small genetic mutation that ‘doesn’t matter’.

To Infinity and Beyond

Watch the following short video, showing how the skin looks in UV light.  It gets really interesting at 1:18 :

There definitely are planets with atmospheres similar enough to ours to sustain human life.  However, they may not have the same kind of sun or source of light, or the same kind of atmospheric protection from the many different types of light and other radiation that ours does.  In a harsher environment, melanin would be key.  It’s a safe bet that melanin is necessary to space travel and colonization of planets.  All the more reason to harvest and study it.

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