P. T. A. H. TECHNOLOGY: Engineering Applications of African Sciences

P. T. A. H. TECHNOLOGY: Engineering Applications of African Sciences
  • Author : Osiadan Borebore Oboadee African Creation Energy
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 0
  • Relase : 2010-08-14
  • ISBN : 0557594847

P. T. A. H. TECHNOLOGY: Engineering Applications of African Sciences Book Review:

The purpose of the book entitled “P.T.A.H. Technology†is to show the fact that modern scientific concepts related to electricity and power are African in origin; To provide the reader with experiments to obtain first hand experience as evidence of the concepts presented in practical application; To RE-Engineer, restore, reclaim, and re-new African Scientific and Engineering concepts; To empower the reader by providing knowledge on how to use the Natural Resources of the Earth to Create Electricity, Energy, and Power. This book is an introductory educational tool for a long term goal and mission of growing, cultivating, nurturing, and promoting African Creativity, and Ingenuity to develop, engineer, innovate, invent, and create any structures, devices, or systems needed. The importance of Technology is emphasized in this book to provide Motivation, inspiration, revelations, and Insight into the Ancient African creative process of developing Technology in accordance with Nature.

Khnum-Ptah to Computer

Khnum-Ptah to Computer
  • Author : African Creation Energy
  • Publisher : Lulu.com
  • Pages : 194
  • Relase : 2013-01-01
  • ISBN : 1300498919

Khnum-Ptah to Computer Book Review:

"Khnum-Ptah to Computer" presents a comparative analysis between a variety of concepts, customs, cosmologies, and practices found in African Cultures to topics related to the field of Computer Science. The African origin of Binary Code, Logic, Computers, Programming, Robotics, Cyborgs, Androids, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Transhumanism are examined using Sound Right Reason to show a relationship between two dichotomies that have more in common than what meets the eye

9 E.T.H.E.R. R.E. Engineering

9 E.T.H.E.R. R.E. Engineering
  • Author : African Creation Energy
  • Publisher : Lulu.com
  • Pages : 100
  • Relase : 2012-06-01
  • ISBN : 1105824365

9 E.T.H.E.R. R.E. Engineering Book Review:

9 E.T.H.E.R. R.E. Engineering teaches the Science, Technology, and Practical Application of the Ancient Fundamental Element known as "Ether" through a synthesis of African Theology and modern Scientific Theories related to Electricity, Thermodynamics, Hydrodynamics, Electromagnetic Radiation, and Resonant Energy.

Supreme Mathematic African Ma'at Magic

Supreme Mathematic African Ma'at Magic
  • Author : African Creation Energy
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 0
  • Relase : 2010-08-14
  • ISBN : 0557592143

Supreme Mathematic African Ma'at Magic Book Review:

The purpose of the book entitled “Supreme Mathematic, African Ma’at Magic†is to show that Mathematics is of African origin; To show relationships between African and Modern mathematical objects, terms, and concepts; To show how African Mathematical methods can be used to solve certain problems not easily solved by modern mathematical methods; and To Show the Importance that Ancient Africans placed on Mathematics to solve problems, establish Truth and Order (Ma’at), and Apply knowledge to create Systems and Technologies needed for survival and well-being. This book is an introductory educational tool for a long term goal and mission of growing, cultivating, nurturing, and promoting African Creativity, and Ingenuity to develop, engineer, innovate, invent, and create any structures, devices, or systems needed. The importance of Mathematics is emphasized in this book to provide Motivation, inspiration, and Insight into the relationship between Ancient African and Modern Mathematics.

African-Centered Education

African-Centered Education
  • Author : Kmt G. Shockley,Kofi Lomotey
  • Publisher : Myers Education Press
  • Pages : 230
  • Relase : 2020-07-31
  • ISBN : 9781975502119

African-Centered Education Book Review:

This volume brings together leading scholars and practitioners to address the theory and practice of African-centered education. The contributors provide (1) perspectives on the history, methods, successes and challenges of African-centered education, (2) discussions of the efforts that are being made to counter the miseducation of Black children, and (3) prescriptions for—and analyses of—the way forward for Black children and Black communities. The authors argue that Black children need an education that moves them toward leading and taking agency within their own communities. They address several areas that capture the essence of what African-centered education is, how it works, and why it is a critical imperative at this moment. Those areas include historical analyses of African-centered education; parental perspectives; strategies for working with Black children; African-centered culture, science and STEM; culturally responsive curriculum and instruction; and culturally responsive resources for teachers and school leaders.

A Firm-Level Analysis of Small and Medium Size Enterprise ...

A Firm-Level Analysis of Small and Medium Size Enterprise ...
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher :
  • Pages :
  • Relase :
  • ISBN :

A Firm-Level Analysis of Small and Medium Size Enterprise ... Book Review:

Ancient Civilizations of Africa

Ancient Civilizations of Africa
  • Author : G. Mokhtar
  • Publisher : UNESCO
  • Pages : 804
  • Relase : 1981-01-01
  • ISBN : 9789231017087

Ancient Civilizations of Africa Book Review:

Deals with the period beginning at the close of the Neolithic era, from around the eighth millennium before our era. This period of some 9,000 years of history has been sub-divided into four major geographical zones, following the pattern of African historical research. Chapters 1 to 12 cover the corridor of the Nile, Egypt and Nubia. Chapters 13 to 16 relate to the Ethiopian highlands. Chapters 17 to 20 describe the part of Africa later called the Magrhib and its Saharan hinterland. Chapters 21 to 29, the rest of Africa as well as some of the islands of the Indian Ocean.--Publisher's description

Heru-Copters: African Aeronautical Ascension

Heru-Copters: African Aeronautical Ascension
  • Author : African Creation Energy
  • Publisher : Lulu.com
  • Pages : 112
  • Relase : 2014-07-07
  • ISBN : 1312334606

Heru-Copters: African Aeronautical Ascension Book Review:

"HERU-COPTERS: African Aeronautical Ascension" presents a comparative analysis between concepts, customs, cosmologies, and practices found in African cultures to topics related to Aviation, Aeronautics, Aerodynamics, Aircraft, Avionics, and Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering.

Akhenaten and the Origins of Monotheism

Akhenaten and the Origins of Monotheism
  • Author : James K. Hoffmeier
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Pages : 312
  • Relase : 2015-02-13
  • ISBN : 9780190266790

Akhenaten and the Origins of Monotheism Book Review:

Pharaoh Akhenaten, who reigned for seventeen years in the fourteenth century B.C.E, is one of the most intriguing rulers of ancient Egypt. His odd appearance and his preoccupation with worshiping the sun disc Aten have stimulated academic discussion and controversy for more than a century. Despite the numerous books and articles about this enigmatic figure, many questions about Akhenaten and the Atenism religion remain unanswered. In Akhenaten and the Origins of Monotheism, James K. Hoffmeier argues that Akhenaten was not, as is often said, a radical advocating a new religion, but rather a primitivist: that is, one who reaches back to a golden age and emulates it. Akhenaten's inspiration was the Old Kingdom (2650-2400 B.C.E.), when the sun-god Re/Atum ruled as the unrivaled head of the Egyptian pantheon. Hoffmeier finds that Akhenaten was a genuine convert to the worship of Aten, the sole creator God, based on the Pharoah's own testimony of a theophany, a divine encounter that launched his monotheistic religious odyssey. The book also explores the Atenist religion's possible relationship to Israel's religion, offering a close comparison of the hymn to the Aten to Psalm 104, which has been identified by scholars as influenced by the Egyptian hymn. Through a careful reading of key texts, artworks, and archaeological studies, Hoffmeier provides compelling new insights into a religion that predated Moses and Hebrew monotheism, the impact of Atenism on Egyptian religion and politics, and the aftermath of Akhenaten's reign.

The Origin and Character of God

The Origin and Character of God
  • Author : Theodore J. Lewis
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Pages : 1048
  • Relase : 2020
  • ISBN : 9780190072544

The Origin and Character of God Book Review:

Few topics are as broad or as daunting as the God of Israel, that deity of the world's three monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, who has been worshiped over millennia. In the Hebrew Bible, God is characterized variously as militant, beneficent, inscrutable, loving, and judicious. Who is this divinity that has been represented as masculine and feminine, mythic and real, transcendent and intimate? The Origin and Character of God is Theodore J. Lewis's monumental study of the vast subject that is the God of Israel. In it, he explores questions of historical origin, how God was characterized in literature, and how he was represented in archaeology and iconography. He also brings us into the lived reality of religious experience. Using the window of divinity to peer into the varieties of religious experience in ancient Israel, Lewis explores the royal use of religion for power, prestige, and control; the intimacy of family and household religion; priestly prerogatives and cultic status; prophetic challenges to injustice; and the pondering of theodicy by poetic sages. A volume that is encyclopedic in scope but accessible in tone, The Origin and Character of God is an essential addition to the growing scholarship of one of humanity's most enduring concepts.

The Hidden Meaning of the Biblical Word Egypt

The Hidden Meaning of the Biblical Word Egypt
  • Author : Faheem Judah-El D M
  • Publisher : Independently Published
  • Pages : 208
  • Relase : 2019-05-15
  • ISBN : 1098944119

The Hidden Meaning of the Biblical Word Egypt Book Review:

What is the difference between the Egypt and Kemet?What does the Biblical word Egypt really Mean?Find out it's hidden meaning in this revealing book by Dr. Faheem Judah-El D.M.Kemet is the original meaning of the word Alchemy, which is: Al (as a connotation of the Arabic word Allah: al-, the + ilah, God) means "The God," Also Al (Hebrew) for "highest" or El "God." Chem or Khem is the origin of kimia (Greek χυμεία) which means "to fuse or cast a metal." Also from Khem, the ancient name of Egypt. The synthesis is Al-Kimia: "to fuse with the highest" or "to fuse with (Neb-Er-Tcher) God of the most outer limits, or The Most High."

Soft Computing Applications

Soft Computing Applications
  • Author : Valentina Emilia Balas,Lakhmi C. Jain,Marius Mircea Balas,Shahnaz N. Shahbazova
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Pages : 480
  • Relase : 2020-08-17
  • ISBN : 9783030521905

Soft Computing Applications Book Review:

This book presents the proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Soft Computing Applications, SOFA 2018, held on 13–15 September 2018 in Arad, Romania. The workshop was organized by Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, in conjunction with the Institute of Computer Science, Iasi Branch of the Romanian Academy, IEEE Romanian Section, Romanian Society of Control Engineering and Technical Informatics – Arad Section, General Association of Engineers in Romania – Arad Section and BTM Resources Arad. The papers included in these proceedings, published post-conference, cover the research including Knowledge-Based Technologies for Web Applications, Cloud Computing, Security Algorithms and Computer Networks, Business Process Management, Computational Intelligence in Education and Modelling and Applications in Textiles and many other areas related to the Soft Computing. The book is directed to professors, researchers, and graduate students in area of soft computing techniques and applications.

Stealing Fire from Heaven

Stealing Fire from Heaven
  • Author : Nevill Drury
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Pages : 376
  • Relase : 2011-03-02
  • ISBN : 0199792518

Stealing Fire from Heaven Book Review:

The Western magical traditions are currently undergoing an international resurgence. In Stealing Fire from Heaven, Nevill Drury offers an overview of the modern occult revival and seeks to explain this growing interest in ancient magical belief systems. Gnosticism and the Hermetica, the medieval Kabbalah, Tarot and Alchemy, and more recently, Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry, collectively laid the basis for the modern magical revival, which first began to gather momentum in Europe at the end of the nineteenth century. Western magic has since become increasingly eclectic, drawing on such diverse sources as classical Greco-Roman mythology, Celtic cosmology, Kundalini yoga and Tantra, shamanism, chaos theory, and the various spiritual traditions associated in many different cultures with the Universal Goddess. Drury traces the rise of various forms of magical belief and practice, from the influential Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn to the emergence of Wicca and Goddess worship as expressions of contemporary feminine spirituality. He also explores Chaos Magick and the occult practices of the so-called Left-Hand Path, as well as twenty-first-century magical forays into cyberspace. He believes that the rise of modern Western magic stems essentially from the quest for personal spiritual transformation and direct experience of the sacred--a quest which the trance occultist and visionary artist Austin Osman Spare once referred to as "stealing fire from heaven." Considered in this light, Drury argues, modern Western magic can be regarded as a form of alternative spirituality in which the practitioners seek direct engagement with the mythic realm.

The Devil's Party

The Devil's Party
  • Author : Per Faxneld,Jesper Aa. Petersen
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Pages : 289
  • Relase : 2012-12-27
  • ISBN : 9780199779246

The Devil's Party Book Review:

Twelve scholars present cutting-edge research from the emerging field of Satanism studies. The topics covered range from early literary Satanists like Blake and Shelley, to the Californian Church of Satan of the 1960s, to the radical developments within the Satanic milieu in recent decades. The book will be an invaluable resource for everyone interested in Satanism as a philosophical or religious position of alterity rather than as an imagined other.

History of Humanity: From the third millennium to the seventh century B.C.

History of Humanity: From the third millennium to the seventh century B.C.
  • Author : Sigfried J. de Laet,Ahmad Hasan Dani
  • Publisher : UNESCO
  • Pages : 569
  • Relase : 1994
  • ISBN : 9789231028113

History of Humanity: From the third millennium to the seventh century B.C. Book Review:

The second volume covers the first two and a half thousand years of recorded history, from the start of the Bronze Age 5,000 years ago to the beginnings of the Iron Age. Written by a team of over sixty specialists, this volume includes a comprehensive bibliography and a detailed index.

Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity

Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity
  • Author : Alastair J. L. Blanshard
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Pages : 384
  • Relase : 2018-01-30
  • ISBN : 9780198789260

Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity Book Review:

Celebrated now and during his lifetime as a wit and aesthete, Oscar Wilde was also a talented classical scholar whose writings evince an enduring fascination with Graeco-Roman antiquity. Covering all the major genres of his literary output, from philosophical and critical writings to society plays, this volume explores the profound impact that ancient literature and thought had on his life and work and offers new perspectives on his most celebrated and canonicaltexts as well as close analyses of unpublished material.

Hellenistic Science at Court

Hellenistic Science at Court
  • Author : Marquis Berrey
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Pages : 282
  • Relase : 2017-09-11
  • ISBN : 9783110541939

Hellenistic Science at Court Book Review:

The development of science in the modern world is often held to depend on such institutions as universities, peer-reviewed journals, and democracy. How, then, did new science emerge in the pre-modern culture of the Hellenistic Egyptian monarchy? Berrey argues that the court society formed around the Ptolemaic pharaohs Ptolemy III and IV (reigned successively 246-205/4 BCE) provided an audience for cross-disciplinary, learned knowledge, as physicians, mathematicians, and mechanicians clothed themselves in the virtues of courtiers attendant on the kings. The multicultural Greco-Egyptian court society prized entertainment that drew on earlier literature, mixed genres and cultures, and highlighted motion and sound. New cross-disciplinary science in the Hellenistic period gained its social currency and subsequent scientific success through its entertainment value as court science. Ancient court science sheds light on the long history of scientific interdisciplinarity.

Wildland Fire Management Handbook for Sub-Sahara Africa

Wildland Fire Management Handbook for Sub-Sahara Africa
  • Author : Johann Georg Goldammer,Cornelis De Ronde
  • Publisher : African Minds
  • Pages : 432
  • Relase : 2004
  • ISBN : 9781919833651

Wildland Fire Management Handbook for Sub-Sahara Africa Book Review:

Africa is a fire continent. Since the early evolution of humanity, fire has been harnessed as a land-use tool. Many ecosystems of Sub-Sahara Africa that have been shaped by fire over millennia provide a high carrying capacity for human populations.

Architecture for the Dead : Cairo's Medieval Necropolis

Architecture for the Dead : Cairo's Medieval Necropolis
  • Author : Galila El Kadi,Alain Bonnamy
  • Publisher : American Univ in Cairo Press
  • Pages : 302
  • Relase : 2007
  • ISBN : 9774160746

Architecture for the Dead : Cairo's Medieval Necropolis Book Review:

The great medieval necropolis of Cairo, comprising two main areas that together stretch twelve kilometers from north to south, constitutes a major feature of the city's urban landscape. With monumental and smaller-scale mausolea dating from all eras since early medieval times, and boasting some of the finest examples of Mamluk architecture not just in the city but in the region, the necropolis is an unparalleled--and until now largely undocumented--architectural treasure trove. In Architecture for the Dead, architect Galila El Kadi and photographer Alain Bonnamy have produced a comprehensive and visually stunning survey of all areas of the necropolis. Through detailed and painstaking research and remarkable photography, in text, maps, plans, and pictures, they describe and illustrate the astonishing variety of architectural styles in the necropolis: from Mamluk to neo-Mamluk via baroque and neo-pharaonic, from the grandest stone buildings with their decorative domes and minarets to the humblest--but elaborately decorated--wooden structures. The book also documents the modern settlement of the necropolis by families creating a space for the living in and among the tombs and architecture for the dead.

When the World was Black Part Two

When the World was Black Part Two
  • Author : Supreme understanding
  • Publisher : Supreme Design Publishing
  • Pages : 400
  • Relase : 2013-02-02
  • ISBN :

When the World was Black Part Two Book Review:

When the World Was Black: The Untold History of the World’s First Civilizations (Volume Two of The Science of Self series) has been published in TWO parts. Why two? Because there are far too many stories that remain untold. We had over 200,000 years of Black history to tell – from the southern tip of Chile to the northernmost isles of Europe – and you can’t do that justice in a 300-page book. So there are two parts, each consisting of 360 pages of groundbreaking history, digging deep into the story of all the world’s original people. Part One covers the Black origins of all the world’s oldest cultures and societies, spanning more than 200,000 years of human history. Part Two tells the stories of the Black men and women who introduced urban civilization to the world over the last 20,000 years, up to the time of European contact. Each part has over 100 helpful maps, graphs, and photos, an 8-page full-color insert in the center, and over 300 footnotes and references for further research. “In this book, you’ll learn about the history of Black people. I don’t mean the history you learned in school, which most likely began with slavery and ended with the Civil Rights Movement. I’m talking about Black history BEFORE that. Long before that. In this book, we’ll cover over 200,000 years of Black history. For many of us, that sounds strange. We can’t even imagine what the Black past was like before the slave trade, much less imagine that such a history goes back 200,000 years or more.” “Part Two covers history from 20,000 years ago to the point of European contact. This is the time that prehistoric cultures grew into ancient urban civilizations, a transition known to historians as the “Neolithic Revolution.”