By Queen Mother Audley Moore

What’s the Hour of the Night?

After four score years of freedom
Our so-called leaders say
That the race has made great progress
And we face the dawn of day
But the day is not quite dawning
Millions of my people stand
Pleading at the bars of justice
For reparations and land
We’re not free in the country
And the truth is the light
So I turn and ask my watchman
What’s the Hour of the night?

We died fighting for democracy
I admit this to be true
Yet countless African men & women
Have no homes or work to do
If we wish to see the daylight
Or the rising of the sun
We need our self-determination
Our own affair to run
Since only reparations will
Put freedom in our sight
Let us turn and ask the watchman
What’s the hour of the night?

We fought with the mighty armies
When they battled with the Huns
Faced the fierce pangs of combat
Heard the roar of mighty guns
But no change came in our condition
When the smoke had cleared away
For the blood we shed in battle
Did not bring the dawn of day
All of our suffering and service
Left us in the same old plight
So I turn and ask my watchman
What’s the hour of the night?

The whites ate celebrating their freedom
A bicentennial whose praise they sing
But Africans are also jumping on board
Although we didn’t get a thing
We’re still struggling for integration
As though it was a glorious fight
So I’ve got to ask my watchman
What’s the hour of the night?

Music is an art or science
In which African men reign supreme
But the story of our progress
Is still a story or a dream
But we have great voices for singing
But we have no voice in court
Imagine being attacked my police dogs
Just to register and vote
With self-determination
We would have our perfect night
So we turn and ask out watchman
What’s the hour of the night?

African men boast of their religion
Though I wonder if they should
When you take an inventory
You’ll find them not so good
We build thousands of fine churches
With the dollars that we give
Yet masses of our people
Have no decent place to live
We say God is our rich father
Yet we’re always in a tight
Watchman strike a match and tell me
What’s the hour of the night?

Civil rights laws just for us
Is proof that we’re not free
How could we be fooled to think
We had a share in this democracy
When foreigners come here
They’re made citizens by choice
Citizenship was imposed upon us
We never had a voice
The passage of the 14th amendment
Took away the right
So you better ask your watchman
What’s the hour of the night?

Time is running put for us
A deadline we must meet
To file reparation petitions
And make politicians earn their seatsINTED
If we’re to win this battle
Every organization must join the fight
Then we’ll tell our watchman
What’s the hour of the night.
Queen Mother Audley Moore
July 27, 1950

Dr UMAR RETURNING TO NAT TURNER COUNTRY;2nn Aannual AncestorRemembrance Day Nov11

Dr.Umar Johnson, perhaps, the most energetic Black conscious raising Black nationalist/Pan AFricanist of the 21st century is returning to “Nat Turner land. Meanwhile, the most successful would-be-black Liberator Freed some land in north America for a in time in 1831.The Freedom Fighters’ name was Nat Turner. The Black LIberation Army he organized and led; “FREED LAND in Southampton Count,Virginia. His name was at Turner, Virginia. Nat Turner’s execution date and month is Nov.11. Dr Umar will headline a day of remembrance for all captive Africans who transitioned before the Race successfully Frees itself from the White Supremacy based, bastard system called the United States of America. (White Supremacy is a false, bastard notion that is a failing experiment to govern a nation of humans).

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THURSDAY 9(PURPLE) 11/2/2017=5 = HeruKhuti =self contirol control of emotions, Self protection

THURSDAY 9(PURPLE) 11/2/2017=5 = HeruKhuti =self contirol control of emotions, Self protection
[edited]THURSDAY (purple), 1/12/2017=5=HeruKhuti=Control of Emotions; Self-Protection. HeruKhuti is estimated to be the 5th Neter on the Tree of Life. The Neters are the attributes of the Tree (branches, clearer). Further, the Ancestors of Ancient Kemit gave the Neters, according to translations and interpretations of Neterian Scholars, names called The Laws of Maat.
Primarily for the benefit of Humans and Human Beings who have recently befriended me or became acquainted with my daily Spiritual exercise in the “Acquisition and Proper Use of Power,” I will give a brief review of a portion of one of my daily routines in preparation for the days of the week. For more degreed or advanced Human Beings, you already understand that each day has a number; the numbers represent a particular Law of Maat. Today’s number 5 was named HeruKhuti and is the Attribute that represents our ability to control our emotions.
Meanwhile control over our emotions is the strongest means we possess to protect ourselves. If looked at as one if the Laws of Maat, HeruKhuti is the Law that allow us to govern our Emotions. Still further, each day gives us a Planet in our Solar System; and the Planets possess a particular color. This explains the opening paragraph in my posting today…” [Continued from HeruKhuti Thursday at


SUNDAY (yellow), 8/27/2017=9=Auset=Divine Love: Love is the universal love that binds the Universal All into the Oneness that it was Created to be.
Good Afternoon Everyone…
Thank You Son For The Introduction. My Name Is Khalifah And I Am Given The Distinct Pleasurable Honor To Welcome My Friend Dr. Kojo Yankah, His Family And The Ghananian Visitors To The United States Of America.
I Know Some Of You Have Probably Overstayed The Length Of Time That You Intended To Stay. But That Is Alright With Me; For “Without Contradiction,” As Kwame Ture Would Say, I Also Welcome And Open My Heart Felt Thanks To The Most Advanced Community Of People On The Planet: We Are Known By Many Names, Many Classifications And Characterizations, The Most Common Of Which Is So-Called Black American, Or African American. Thank You For Being Here To Help Me To Welcome Dr. Kojo His Family And Friends
It Is Us Black Americans Who Beat Back The Trees Where Now You See Skyscrapers & Etc. We Are Your Brothers And Your Sisters. And We Welcome And We Love Your Being Here To Honor One, Born In Africa Whose Life Has Always Shown, And Reflected The Truth About Your Ancestors Who Survived The Raids Into Our Villages In The Beginning Of Our Holocaust.
Dr. Kojo May Not Have Known At The Beginning Of His Career, But His Books And His Life Bear Witness That He Soon Found Out. His Is An Upbeat Message, a Pan Africanist Message. It Rings Out The Thought Of One African people; United States Of Africa!
Dr. Kojo Yankah And I Hit It Off Immediately When We Met Because There Was Not A Need For Me To Recount To Him The Sorrow Of We Who Survived The Maafa And Settled In North America, Albeit As Captive Africans. His Work Bear Witness To The Fact Kojo Knows We Are But One Noble Freedom Bound African People.

In Closing, Please Bear With Me, As I Welcome You Here Today, And To America For All Time, For As Long As You Find It Necessary To Be Here, I Want To Convey To You A Sense Of Exactly What We Survived; And Also Us Who Did Not survive, But Still Contributed So Well That We Have Also Thrived More Times Than Not. The Awesome, Relatively Accomplishments Of So-Called Black Americans Is What Backs My Assertion That We Are The Most Accomplished Community Of People On Earth. We Have The Evidence To Back This Statement.
Too many Black People, In America, Do Not Appreciate The Hell That We Survived; And The Level Of Accomplishments We Have Individually Achieved. It Is Also Clear About How This Was done. Surely This Is Because It Is Not Our Beloved African People Who Are The Primarily Beneficiaries Of Our Successes.
It Was Our Resistance That Has Beaten As Much Democracy Into This False, White Supremacy Based Nation As It Contains. And It Has A Lot! There Is More Democracy In The Usa Than Any Place I Have Seen Or Studied. Our Resistance Made It So; And We Aint Finished With It Yet.
Our Resistance Has Not Yet Gotten The Complete Freedom Some Absolutely Great Ancestors Conveyed To Us that Complete Freedom Looks And Feels Like. 2nd Class Citizenship Aint It: So We Have Work To Do.
Don’t Get Me Wrong, We Love Our Lives In America Because It Is The Place, I Personally Have Found That Offers the Best Opportunity To Contribute The Most To Pan Africanism. But No, We Are Not Finished Yet Because The Value Of Losses Are Still In Our Minds. I Want To Share A Little About The Weight Of The Losses And Also The Light We See At The End Of The Tunnel Of false, White Supremacy based Oppression.
My Favorite Way To Do This Is To Tell About Three Hell Trips That Those Of Us Who Survived Overcame To Get Here:
The First Hell Trip Was When We Were Captured In Our Villages On The Continent Of Africa. We Endured A Hell Trip To The Waiting Slave Dungeons. The Dungeons Stored Us In Captivity Until Enough Was There To Fill A Slave Ship. After The Ship Was Filled To Capacity, We Then Endured The Second Hell Trip.
White People Tried To Pretty It Up By Calling It The Middle Passage But Can Anyone Imagine Anything That Went On In The Slave Ship, That Us Who Survived, Had To Endure That Is Not In Hell? There Is Nothing That I Can Think Of That Would Not Happen In Hell If There Is Such A Place.
The Third And Last Hell Trip That I Want To Identify Was When We Got To North America, We Were Sold Off Of An Auction Block. The Dastard That Bought Us, Then Forced Us To Endure Yet Another Hell Trip. This One Brought Us From The Point Of Our Sale To His Slave Plantation. That Was Hell…
When I Realized My History As A Young Man, Yes I Was Sadden Even Amid The Great Life We, For The Most Part, Enjoy In Black America, The Part That We Control .
One Day I Asked My Friend, Neighbor And Mentor, Prof John Henric Clarke What Do We Have To Celebrate. I’d Happened Upon Him In When He Was In A Happy, Celebratory Mood. I Synically Asked Him What Do We Have To Celebrate: He Looked Sideways At Me And Said: We Can Always Celebrate Our Survival!
So Today We Enjoy, We Celebrate, The Fact The Gap Has Nearly Closed In Our Miseducation Regarding The Fact We Are One Great Freedom Bound People.
We Celebrate The New Book By Dr. Kojo Yankah; His Book May Completely close The Gap…..Thank You!
NOTE: The above written speech was not delivered for personal reasons. But an unwritten version was…


Dr. Kojo Yankah is from the Cape Coast; Cape Coast is in Ghana West Africa, where the “Slave Castles,” more correctly the so-called captive African holding dungeons. There Captive Africans who were captured in villages was stored until survivors made a full slave ship. The ships would then sail to North America and other place; that trafficked in Humanity most heinous crimes: The Tran-Atlantic Slave Trade.
Counting the time the Arab cousins of Europeans began the crime, the dastard enterprise lasted over 1000 years. Now, as we see the “End of the tunnel” in the false notion White Supremacy based Experiment, Africans with a certain degree of consciousness are taking stock of our ability to ensure that whatever Karma is visiting, or will visit Arabs and their cousins, the 1000 years Resistance that made Black people in the United States of America most dynamic and accomplished on the planet will survive. In other words, whatever be the fate of Europeans and their Arab cousins and Boules in Black America and around the world.
Us with the certain degree of consciousness and mentally preparedness must be the ones who insure the Karma of Europeans & their Cousins do not befall The Race. The Black Race.
Dr. Kojo will be present to review and sell his latest and one of his earliest books: “The Trials & Tribulations of J. J. Rawlins & the latest, an autobiography, “Our Motherland MY LIFE.” He is one of the premier African statesmen on the planet. As a student of Dr. Nkhumah, his entire life and career is based on uniting Africa and it people, including Black people in diaspora. His book and his speeches are upbeat, informative and timely.
Kojo’s U. S. Publisher, H. Khalif Khalifah will set up an exhibit of many of the 500 titles he has published over a 43 years career. Khalifah will also discuss his latest written books: “The Original Confessions of Nat Turner” [edited}, The Acquisition and Proper Use of Power: Destruction of White Supremacy,” and “MELANIN SCIENCE: Mastering the Universal Law of Creation.”
The time and Place for this FREE event:
9826 Midlothian Turnpike North
Chesterfield, Virginia
AT 4:00 PM

The Historic 7th Commemoration Celebration of NAT TURNER & THE B. L. A. IS HISTORY

The Prince of Pan Africanism, Dr. Umar Ifatunde, headlined a large gathering in KKVV (Khalifah Kujichagulia Village Virginia) August 19-21, to “Commemorate and Celebrate” the Revolt of Nat Turner and the Black Liberation Army of 1831. He spoke outdoors on the last day to a healthy mixture of Elders, Black youth, men women and children.
The gathering witnessed the occurrence of the phenomenal Great Eclipse of 2017. The shared experience of the Eclipse, on the lawn of the Nat Turner Library, ingrained the historic occasion in the memory of all who were present. Khalifah stated during the large circled ceremony during the eclipse:
“This is a historic moment with a significant meaning, but no one knows the exact meaning. I suspect it is what we make of the tremendous energy that is prevalent here and on the Nat Turner War Trail this weekend. We personally have not decided on any particular thing, but I do note that the Great Eclipse in August 1831 was the sign that moved the Great Nat Turner to action in an attempt to free every Black Man woman and children in the United States of America.”
Also ingrained in our collective memories are dynamic speeches by two of African peoples most dynamic Freedom Leader advocates: Elder Kojo Yankah, directly from Ghana & still, relatively speaking, Black Youth, Dr. Umar Ifatunde Johnson. Dr. Johnson originated in Pennsylvania, Pa. There appeasr to be a consensus that he brings the right message for this Period of Time in History. Adoring crowds are turning out in numbers that reflect this assertion. We have said previously, “The only ones who know about Dr. Umar & have an opportunity but do not take it to go see and hear him,
“More likely than not are of the same mindset as humans who had an opportunity to see and hear Special, Great Ancestor Black men and women like, The Great Marcus Mosiah Garvey, The Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Noble Drew Ali, Minister Malcolm X or Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.”
Dr. Kojo Yankah, renoun scholar, Statesman, former Minister of State for the nation of Ghana enjoys an appeal, in kind above for Dr. Umar, to the worldwide African Independence Movement in the. In a two hours command speech without notes, Dr. Yankah treated a near capacity crowd in The Nat Turner Library to first hand accounts of historic facts and information: previously read or heard about.
Dr. Kojo also treated us to some background and personal accounts of his acquaintanceship with the Great Visionary for a United States of Africa, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. He deftly merged the common cause of One People, African people, who survived or are surviving domination by a cruel, brutal people; a people attempting to govern worldwide via an experimental, already proved false, muderous doctrine called White Supremacy.
The speeches were buttressed by an accomplished, fiery Young Black woman Leader from Baltimore, MD. She is Attorney Amy Jenkins. In a riveting few minutes, Ms Jenkins made an announcement about major Black Unity Conference in April of 2019. There will be a “Kickoff” gathering this October 5. She is Executive Director of the coming Event overall sponsored by BLACK LAWYERS FOR JUSTICE, founded by Attorney Zulu malik Shabazz.
The Open mic segment ended with a powerful testimonial about the raising of her universal Black consciousness by Sister Oladele; she and her mate Christopher Jackson and little boy, followed through on plans to camp out.
The above is but a “Snapshot” of the latest events of gathering Black people at the evolving “Place of destination and HEALING for Black people…” in appropriate modalities of Rites of Passage into Blackman and Womanhood. This one followed The First Fundraiser with Professor Griff, organized by publisher/author A. J. Jones, July 2, next was A 10 days retreat by one of Black America’s premier Healers, Dr. Jewel Pookum; as always, the Nat Turner War Trail tours are the regular, constant activity at KKVV
Next event in this Solar Cycle Journey of Healing will be the 2nd Ancestral Remembrance Day, November 11, 2017. Anyone who would like to attend KKVV events; or to come here and make an event yourself, should call asap 434-378-2140; 10am to 3pm.

SHARE PHOTO WITH NY Times & UBU: Solar Eclipse’s Journey Across America

[NOTE: the following is republished from the front page of the “Best newspaper in White America.” ]
In the days and hours leading up to Monday’s total solar eclipse, millions of people will venture to a spot on the path of totality hoping to catch a glimpse of the rare celestial event. Across the country, eclipse-watchers will point their cameras at the sky. But we want to experience what things look like on the ground.

We’re asking people on — or very close to — the path of the solar eclipse to show us photos of where they are and how they are celebrating.

If you’re one of them, share a snapshot of you and your eclipse-watching crew — or a photo of the sky as you see it. Upload your Instagram photo here or tag your photo on Instagram using the hashtag #NYTeclipsewatch. We’ll be updating this page throughout the day. Keep the photos coming! Last updated at 5:00 AM ET.
We also want you to share your pictures of the eclipse with UBUS; give us the photo about your activities. Post to my FB page, or send directly to


Known well because of a best selling book, published and widely distributed in the 1990’s, “Blacks in the Bible,” Dr. William is also a very accomplished research, and actual scientist. His specialty is Renewable Energy and the regulations that are already incorporated into regulations – making it relatively easy to become a provider or a user of a booming technology (if you have the inmormation and the will to use it). Whether Solar, Wind, Thermal Dr. Emanuel is qualified to give straight easy to follow answers.
He is a late, but welcome addition to the 7th Annual Nat Turner Commemoration and Celebration, August 19-21, 2017.
After a tour of the Nat Turner War Trail, Nat Turner Guest will return to KKVV to feast on delicious, cultural music, network, sport and play: the addition of a dynamic presentation by Dr. Emanuel is inserted.
Contrary to our usual practice, we will ask all on the land to attend to be introduced or further educated about renewable energy. Admission is free. The good doctor will also have his books and some select mixture of herbs for sale. Call 434-378-2140.


FRIDAY (green), 8/18/2017=9=Auset=Divine Love…
Fresh from a superb victorious promotion of the 76th Marcus Garvey Parade in Harlem, the Administrator of ANPM (Afrikan Nationalist Pioneer Movement), the sponsor of the event, Empress Yaa Asantewaa, will take a “Victory lap” and bring the ANPM message to the Nat Turner Weekend Commemoration and Celebration, on the opening day of the 7th Annual Nat Turner, August 19, 2017.
For the best of reasons, Minister Akbar Muhammad had to delay on making his first visit to The Land of Nat Turner in Southampton County, Virginia. He rescheduled, pending publication of his book, “The history of the Nation of Islam,” tentative date of a book event on Nat Turner land, with Minister Akbar Muhammad is November 11, 2017. Stay tuned.
Some may feel one of the signs of the Solar Eclipse is the emerging of Black women to leadership roles in Black America. Some like Yaa Asantewaa of ANPM; and Sister Amy Jenkins in Baltimore. Sister Amy will represent a formation organizing for a large gathering of Black people this fall. She will give Nat Turner Guests first hand information about THE NATIONAL BLACKMEN’S CONFERENCE IN D.C., October 6-8.
Of course Sister/Empress Yaa Asantewaa is the from ANPM carries the names of one of Afrika’s all time great sheroes. That is, the Queen Mother who was the leader of the Ashanti War against the British in 1900. Rather than appoint a man, the King appointed his sister. Sister Santewaa led the war that whites named “War of the golden Stool.” But we know correct history tells us it was just one other Black Liberation Army war effort to defend against, or Free African people from the false notion of white supremacist Oppression.
Seats are still available to come, see and participate in the weekend commemoration andceelepration of Nat Turner & the BLA revolt in 1831. It is said that a solar clipse in 1831 was the sign to begin the revolt. Call 434-378-2140 for more information.

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