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This is a poem (or song), celebrating and highlighting the grandeur, mystique, beauty and simplicity of that primitive, ancient Africa now lost to the modern mind.
It tells a story, but also makes a call; to those who would wish to see humanity regain its lost, ancient spirit and wisdom, to awaken and summon in their own hearts, that great spirit we could once be.
The poem was written by an elder and teacher of the Nu Chwezi, NX.
Source: Patrice Lumumba, The Truth about a Monstrous Crime of the Colonialists, Moscow, Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1961, pp 105-115.
Written: by N. KHOKHLOV, Izvestia Special Correspondent
Transcribed: by Thomas Schmidt.
Reproduced on NuScribes, having been found on the darkweb, so the majority of Africans might discover and read this significant aspect of our history.
This is a compilation of all the lyrics used on the WIP debut Hip Hop album by Nemesis Fixx. These lyrics are also published elsewhere (on Genius), but they are here presented, to be available to those who wish to study them, all in one place, and maybe also download the catalog for offline reference.
For those who are new to Hip Hop, or Conscious Hip Hop to be precise, there are some things about the lyrics in this album that you might want to look out for or keep in mind:
Africa's greatest problems are never going to be solved by anyone not African. Africa's greatest problems have nothing to do with money, the lack of housing or with the lack of fancy material comforts or the failure to catch up with western materialistic dreams. The problems of Africa start with our spirit - we have sustained deep wounds to the core of Who We Are, we have lost grasp of Who We Are, we now suffer, because we fear Who We Are! It's a spiritual problem first, then intellectual, and the rest readily follows.
FIRST, WE NEED TO REDISCOVER, WHO WE ARE.
Africa Needs Spiritual Healing - not with the help of Christianity, Islam or any other "foreign" faith, but by the conscious application and development of our own native and derivative spiritual systems. Spirituality, used wisely and consciously, is to be the single most powerful tool for restoring the African Mind and Spirit, to its former glory and then beyond.
This isn't an ordinary book, and it might also not be for the faint of heart. But any African is very likely to readily find solace herein, and glean from it the sort of wisdom and power that would most transform their lives, empower and liberate them - in whatever way that might be.
It's not just text either. It's a collection of material collected from many places, that are meant to approach or shine light on the matter of African Spirituality, from many contexts, and using different medium; word of mouth, video, music, text, images and more. Enjoy, and be touched - right now!
Art Credits: "Witch Concept2", TobyFoxArt
It is our pleasure to not just curate some of the gems of the language and culture we love so much, but to bring these to a wider audience, especially by leveraging the modern technologies of the web, mobile and beyond. It's our hope that more people will want to learn more about Bunyoro-Kitara, the Banyoro, their language, culture, beliefs, myths and ancient and modern lives, by reading the things we (and others) write about it. Most importantly though, we desire to inspire many others to likewise collect, curate and share similar information, even if not about Bunyoro as such, but about other similarly endangered African cultures and our collective African heritage.
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