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Earth's Man of Color

Earth's Man of Color

Genes, Agenda or Jeans

  • Author: Dr. Oliver Akamnonu,Professor Ndu Eke
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1465324968
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 285
  • View: 5865
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A distinction is drawn between two very similarities based on the two types of characters that the same type of society produced. Orie, Puzo and Nmaku who hail from Angwa and the adjoining Ocha remained back in the village and made their lives almost permanently there rarely knowing what was going on in the outside world but being nonetheless greatly influenced by the latter. Their daily chores are dictated by the daily basic necessities of the moment and they have little to worry perpetually about. A lot of their life is controlled by the dictations and predictions of the traditional medicine man who occasionally misfires in his predictions which have no scientific basis supporting them. His situation is often taken advantage of by the political class who have little or nothing to lose even if the polity collapses. But Livinus on the other end of the spectrum emerges from the civil war and through a dint of luck and hard work studies hard and becomes a doctor. He even proceeds overseas despite a close shave by arsonists. He specializes and returns home to Akunwanta town from where he is again catapulted by fate and focus to become the governor of his state after a battle between titans eliminates the principal contestants. He at first meant well and had the intention of helping to reform society. Post election litigation and his lack of the economic leverage almost cost him his mandate. But again fate plays a hard one on him and because of his lack of cash he gets tied up to the economic vampires of his society. He is bailed out by a coalition of these vampires and narrowly reclaims his mandate only after colossal bribing of umpires who were least expected to soil their hands. He decides never to go begging ever again and hence he delves headlong into the rot and decay, not by his will but by the circumstances prevailing around him.

Earth's Man of Color

Earth's Man of Color

Genes, Agenda Or Jeans

  • Author: Oliver Akamnonu
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 9781441582317
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 285
  • View: 9687
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A distinction is drawn between two very similarities based on the two types of characters that the same type of society produced. Orie, Puzo and Nmaku who hail from Angwa and the adjoining Ocha remained back in the village and made their lives almost permanently there rarely knowing what was going on in the outside world but being nonetheless greatly influenced by the latter. Their daily chores are dictated by the daily basic necessities of the moment and they have little to worry perpetually about. A lot of their life is controlled by the dictations and predictions of the traditional medicine man who occasionally misfires in his predictions which have no scientific basis supporting them. His situation is often taken advantage of by the political class who have little or nothing to lose even if the polity collapses. But Livinus on the other end of the spectrum emerges from the civil war and through a dint of luck and hard work studies hard and becomes a doctor. He even proceeds overseas despite a close shave by arsonists. He specializes and returns home to Akunwanta town from where he is again catapulted by fate and focus" to become the governor of his state after a battle between titans eliminates the principal contestants. He at first meant well and had the intention of helping to reform society. Post election litigation and his lack of the economic leverage almost cost him his mandate. But again fate plays a hard one on him and because of his lack of cash he gets tied up to the economic vampires of his society. He is bailed out by a coalition of these vampires and narrowly reclaims his mandate only after colossal bribing of umpires who were least expected to soil their hands. He decides never to go begging ever again and hence he delves headlong into the rot and decay, not by his will but by the circumstances prevailing around him.

Concerning the Earths in Our Solar System, which are Called Planets

Concerning the Earths in Our Solar System, which are Called Planets

And Concerning the Earths in the Starry Heavens : Together with an Account of Their Inhabitants, and Also of the Spirits and Angels There : from what Hath Been Seen and Heard

  • Author: Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Cosmology
  • Page: 113
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Educational Films

Educational Films

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: UM Libraries
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Motion pictures
  • Page: N.A
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God Couldn't Have Done It Without Africa: Earth's Final Great Awakening

God Couldn't Have Done It Without Africa: Earth's Final Great Awakening

  • Author: Dante Fortson
  • Publisher: Dante Fortson
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 136
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Why are all of the maps in the back of the Bible zoomed in so close that you can't tell that 99% of the stories take place in Africa and Arabia? Starting in Genesis, we are introduced to a utopian garden planted on the east of Eden. We are then told that one of the rivers of Eden flows through Ethiopia, and yet many of us often overlook this fact. By the time we reach Genesis 10, we learn that Nimrod, a Cushite from Africa, founded Babel to become the very first world leader. It is from within this Cushite empire that Abraham is called to be a great nation. When we consider that many of the patriarchs took African women as wives, it becomes clear that mainstream Christianity is not giving us the complete story. Abraham, Esau, Joseph, Judah, Moses, David, Solomon, and many others all had wives of African descent, and yet the narrative of a white Israel spending 400 years as slaves in the African heat, still prevails in our society. This journey into scripture promises to be one of the most eye opening adventures you’ve ever embarked on, and it is guaranteed to change your entire perception of history and scripture in general.

NASA EP.

NASA EP.

  • Author: United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Astronautics
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Origin of Life, Man and God in That Order

Origin of Life, Man and God in That Order

  • Author: Donald A. Wheeler
  • Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
  • ISBN: 1457511673
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 84
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E=MC2. Energy can be converted into mass, and mass into energy. Neither mass nor energy can be created or destroyed which is a characteristic of infinity. This is what sets the basis for this book to explore the possibility and mechanisms of the laws of nature to create life, and life to evolve into man, and man to create God. The creation of gods and the spiritual world is necessary for the human species. The arguments put forth by the religious community against these theories are analyzed and shown to be false by the use of knowledge and logic. Professor Wheeler was born in 1944 in Conneaut, Ohio. He was raised in a fundalmentalist environment. He received his B.S. degree in Biology from a Chris an college, Harding College, Searcy, Ark., 1966. He received his M.S.degree in Fisheries Biology from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois. He did his Ph, D. (A.B.D.) work at Kent State University, Kent, Ohio in Comparative Animal Physiology with minors in Cellular Biology and Molecular Gene cs. His teaching experience was as a Teaching Assistant, Southern Illinois, 1966-1968, high school Teacher, Ashtabula, Ohio, 1968-1970, Teaching Assistant, Kent State, Ohio, 1970-1972, Full me Instructor of Anatomy and Physiology, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland Ohio, 1972-2004. His favorite pas me is golf.

Rap to Mars

Rap to Mars

Two Eyes for an Eye

  • Author: Dr. Oliver Akamnonu
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1469151286
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 216
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Rap to Mars, a book of poetry, satire, and prose, attempts by words and art to dissect and sift through diverse aspects of the life of man in his quest to assert himself as the king or queen of the universe. This is even in spite of mans obvious lapses, frailties, and entrapment. During the course of various attempts, sometimes, success smiles on man. But when failures present themselves, arrogant and deceitful man refuses to accept his obvious limitations. Often, in his ever-willing efforts to deceive the more gullible, man in his cowardice plays the monkey that uses the cats paws to extract nuts from the fi re. From a safe distance, the minion, man, details his more gullible fellow men to sacrifi ce themselves and others in silly and assumed defense of the Almighty Maker. The martyr and suicide bomber along with their victims become the willing and unwilling by-products But even in spite of his sometimes comical shenanigans, man, who unsuccessfully plays the angel on Earth, remains man and suffers or causes others to suffer the pains arising from a perpetual struggle between the good and the bad as represented in Rap to Mars by Earths angels, suicide bombers, and whores. At the end of the day, man, mere mortal man, still fi nds himself trapped in his self-imposed cocoon of a shanty or a mansion. In the latter, man again plays the elitist parent of a lone child while the downtrodden fi nd their pleasure by doggedly obeying the injunction of increase and multiply. Rap to Mars is a mixed grill of fun, challenges, and what the evolving society was, what it is, and what it should fi ght hard not to be.

Earth's Long Shadow

Earth's Long Shadow

  • Author: Kenneth Bulmer
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 0575122005
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 320
  • View: 5008
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Visa for an enigma. When John Carter came to the Horakah Cluster, it was in the guise of an interstellar salesman. If anyone there suspected he was more than that, it would mean his instant execution. But Carter's unusual personality made it possible for him to put over the deception and even gain a visa to the forbidden central planet, an arsenal of space war factories. Of course, had to make some special deals to do it, and those proved his undoing. For he found himself caught between two menaces: the tyrannical militaristic moguls and a fantastically greater threat fro beyond the ends of space.

A Free Man of Color

A Free Man of Color

  • Author: John Guare
  • Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
  • ISBN: 0802195008
  • Category: Drama
  • Page: 112
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John Guare’s new play is astonishing, raucous and panoramic. A Free Man of Color is set in boisterous New Orleans prior to the historic Louisiana Purchase. Before law and order took hold, and class, racial and political lines were drawn, New Orleans was a carnival of beautiful women, flowing wine and pleasure for the taking. At the center of this Dionysian world is the mulatto Jacques Cornet, who commands men, seduces women and preens like a peacock. But, it is 1801 and the map of New Orleans is about to be redrawn. The Louisiana Purchase brings American rule and racial segregation to the chaotic, colorful world of Jacques Cornet and all that he represents, turning the tables on freedom and liberty.