Food for thought is the page that Afromantic uses to spark your mind & change the way you're thinking or the way you look at things. The mind is a powerful wapon as it is where every thought, idea and vision finds it's birthplace. Your thoughts, idea's and visions are the inspiration behind every thing
feb 20 2016
ost people don’t realize that a belief in a thing and ignorance is one in the same! To believe in something simply means that you aren’t sure, but you place your faith in that thing anyway. Take this scenario for…
feb 19 2016
The four planets closest to the Sun are:
These are called the ‘rocky’ or ‘terrestrial’ planets. They are small by planetary standards and made of similar materials to the Earth.
The gas giants are:
As the need to create is the fuel to actioning every little step we take, to accomplish that what the mind has sparked. You are your own motivator, if only your mind is fed with the correct affirmations.
Are you aware of the fact that...
14 KingdomsWe're built in Africa
There were 14 Kingdoms built in Africa and Mesaptamia before the Egyptian dynasties were established.
The word DolphinMeans womb
The word dolphin is derived from the greek word delphis; wich means womb
The Arawaks were theOriginal inhabitants of Surinam
The Arawaks migrated from South America before settling in the Caribbean. They are the original inhabitants of Jamaica, haiti, The Bahamas, Surinam & Barbados.
The Tomb of AusarIs located under the causeway of Khafre
The Tomb of Osiris, also known as the Osiris Shaft, is located under the causeway of Khafre. It is approximately 25 feet deep
Your 9 ether hairIs an antenna
Our natural hair pattern spirals clockwise with sacred geometry just like the majority of nature.
The term HebrewMeans to "cross over"
The word Hebrew evret or ebre means “to cross over” (Genesis 14:13). Hebrew is NOT a nation of people or a nationality. It is an act that a group of Syrian Chaldeans committed.
Let's set the record straight!By Dr. Malachi Kobina Z. York
Adopted TraditionsThat are not our own
Originally, Easter was called the Feast of Feasts, Sunday Pasch by many nations in different tongues such as: Greeks, Rumanians, (Pascha), Italians (Paqua), Spaniards and Portuguese (Pascua), French (Pasqua), Norwegians (Paskir), Danes (Paaske), Gaels (Casc).