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The African Renaissance by Mooya Chilube

The African Renaissance is a genuine endeavour, in the most simplistic manner and at grassroots level, to tell the story of Africa, through the heart and eyes of a lay person and the indigenous native African simple person out on the street and far away in the villages of rural Africa.

It is a sincere appraisal of the African situation in the virgin spirit, totally free of the encumbrances of cultural clashesand the mitigations and condemnations of international cultural values and the interventions of the common indoctrinations and/or propaganda of both foreign, western affluence and the local, continental, common political re-orientations of the day.

The African Renaissance is told neither in the language of the hunter nor that of the prey - namely the lion, in it's own lair and territorial juristiction and integrity, but through the heart of a Guardian of the entire little and erring family of manknid and from the viewpoint up in the Cosmic.

This is a little work, which nevertheless tells the story in a warm and live manner so that it almost feels, in the heart of the reader, like Mother Africa herself is actually telling her own story of rape and subjugation. It is a big story told in a small volume, in a manner uncluttered with the common and notorious political slogans and the didactic political science terms and words which express and fulfil only the will and the ego of the selective minority, less sensitive of the masses at grassroots level.

Above all, this little volume is intended to bring out the real essence of a Renaissance - and especially this one African Renaissance. This aspect is what all, both the politicians and the scholars always seem to miss out on. And this is the Cosmic - the Spiritual hand of God, which has been the real force of both the birth and liberation of nations and the giver of new births to the world, as from the last World Renaissance of the Three Times Great Trismegistus or Haramanuba of North Africa, to this current one and ultimate force of African Renaissance through the matrix of Leza Butatu - namely, the triune faceted Lord Eagle of Gabalado Monastery in Southern Africa.

Author's Note - Mooya Chilube
www.logos-im.org.za

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