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Dr. Ashanti develops a major new theory from "cutting edge" Africentric research, to explain the historical

and scientific process of mass brainwashing of Africans in the United States and the diaspora, and its

psychological, educational, economical, cultural, and spiritual impact. New dimensions are found in this book.

 
 

Books by Dr. Kwabena F. Ashanti

 

Psychotechnology of Brainwashing / Africentric Funerals and Burials / Rootwork and Voodoo in Mental Health

 

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1. Sacred Symbols and Signs of African Spirituality

Dr. Lawrence M. Clark, International Professor, North Carolina State University

2. Afrocentricity, Religion and The Role of kings and Queens

Nana Molefi Kete Asante, Ph.D., Temple University

3. African Religious Proverbs

Prof. Kofi Asare Opouku. Lafette College

4. Journey to African Spirituality Through Drums and Percussions

Okyerema Asante (Master Drummer Priest)

5. Natural/Wholistic Mental Health Treatment and African Spirituality

Dr. Faruq T. N. Iman, Africentric Psychologist

6. Africans Who Wrote The Bible

Nana Banchie Darkwah, Ph.D.

7. There was and Is no Jesus Christ That Ever Walk The Earth

Dr. Walter Williams

8. The Development of Christianity

Dr. E. Curtis Alexander

9. African Egyptian Yoga and Spirituality

Dr. Muata Ashby

10. The African Religion of Yoruba: God and Orisha Gods

Babalawo Ifa Karade

11. The Spirituality of The Matial Arts

Nathan Ray Muhammad, Warrior Priest

12. The Religion and Spirituality of the Akans of Ghana

Kofi Amakye Maafo, Osofo, Herbalist, Ghana

13. Egyptian Soulism

Maaxeru Tep, Egyptologist

14. The Spiritual Meaning of the Royal Swards of Asanteman

Nana Okwae Asare, Nkosohene of Tafo, Ghana

15. The Kemetic (Egyptian) Writing (Hieroglyphics) of the Medu Netcher

16. Black Liberation Theology

Rev. Fred Davis, Dr. William Turner, Dr. William Height, Rev. Obomofo Ashanti

17. African Wholistic Health and Natural Remedies

Dr. Lliala O. Afrika, Naturopath and Root Doctor

18. Eight Building Blocks of Power: Taking Back Your African God, Gods

and PathRa Religion

Nana and Okomfo, Kwabena Faheem Ashanti, Ph.D.

Africentric Counselor and Abosom Priest

and Okosohene of the Ashanti Nation

19. Islam

Iman Ray Muhammad

20. Hebrew : Biblical History of Black Mankind

Rev. C. McGhee Livers, Minister

21. Vodou Religion and Spirituality: The Old Testament Religion

Medahochi Kofi Zannu, Hounon (Priest) of Vodou

22. The Kemetic (Egyptian) Religion and Spirituality

Heru Ank Ra Semahl Se Ptah, High Priest of Ptah

23. The Ausar Auset Society International

Shekhem Ur Shekhem Ra Un Nefer Amen I, King of Kings

Ausar Auset Society International

24. Bringing Peace to the Soul through the Yoruba Orisha Gods

Adeleri Onisegun, Ph.D., Africentric Psychologist,

Yoruba Queen of Olutungui Village, S.C.

25. Death and Mourning in The African American –African Experience

Kwabena F. Ashanti, Ph.D. Karla Holloway, Ph.D.

North Carolina State University Duke University

26. Testimony of the Black African Egyptians of The Holy Books

Theophile Obenga, Ph.D.,Egyptologist /Philosophy [Diop]

San Francisco State University

27. Parade and Introductions of Traditional African Kings and Queens

Distinguished Guests·

Oba Oserjeman Adefunmi, King of Kings of Olutungui Village Founder of American African Culture

Bishop Gus Mickens, Jr., High Priest Root Doctor, House Of Bethlehem, Durham, North Carolina

Rev. Kojo Asim Fanti (Lonnie Simon), AME Senior Elder Trainer, Dayton, Ohio

Rev. Roy Belon, Durham, Ministerial Alliance

Homestead Studio Suites Hotel / 1920 Ivy Creek Boulevard / Durham, North Carolina 27707

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 Dr. Kwabena F. Ashanti is the author of Psychotechnology of Brainwashing, and Africentric Weddings and Ceremonies. For more learning, he can be reached at www.AshantiTone.com

This book is recommended to be the Starter Foundation for beginners and advanced individuals. Dr. Ashanti develops a major new theory from "cutting edge" Africentric research, to explain the historical and scientific process of mass brainwashing of Africans in the United States and the diaspora, and its psychological, educational, economical, cultural, and spiritual impact. New dimensions are found in this book. Ashanti presents, explains, and trains the reader to reverse the negative brainwashing.

Africentricity is clearly defined and solutions are offered. Recommended as a primer for those seeking to begin an Africentric transformation, and for those advanced readers who are still seeking answers. A comprehensive book destined to become a classic. Author: Ashanti, Kwabena F. / Durham, NC : Tone Books, 1993. 221 pp. / Price: $24.95 Shipping: $3.00

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The New Jim Crow

Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

By Michele Alexander

Contrary to the rosy picture of race embodied in Barack Obama's political success and Oprah Winfrey's financial success, legal scholar Alexander argues vigorously and persuasively that [w]e have not ended racial caste in America; we have merely redesigned it. Jim Crow and legal racial segregation has been replaced by mass incarceration as a system of social control (More African Americans are under correctional control today... than were enslaved in 1850). Alexander reviews American racial history from the colonies to the Clinton administration, delineating its transformation into the war on drugs. She offers an acute analysis of the effect of this mass incarceration upon former inmates who will be discriminated against, legally, for the rest of their lives, denied employment, housing, education, and public benefits. Most provocatively, she reveals how both the move toward colorblindness and affirmative action may blur our vision of injustice: most Americans know and don't know the truth about mass incarceration—but her carefully researched, deeply engaging, and thoroughly readable book should change that.—Publishers Weekly

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Blacks in Hispanic Literature: Critical Essays

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The White Masters of the World

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