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I have un-bashfully taken the road less traveled, to research and study and to ask the most perplexing questions of our generation.


My journey started about sixteen years ago, when I began to question the prevailing theories of our existence. Like many college freshmen, I couldn’t decide what I wanted to do; but I spent many hours engaged in independent study. It didn’t seem like anyone was offering a course of study which integrated my biblical foundation with the scientific world. It was either one or the other, either the bible or science. Then a series of events reinforced my growing desire for the concreteness of my faith. I didn’t become a doubting Thomas, but felt that the world needed the nail scarred hand.


First in 2001, I purchased my first home at the age of twenty three. This house and its story I later realized was one miraculous example of divine guidance. A few years after purchasing the home, the former owner came to visit. They missed the home and wanted to see how it was doing. Apparently the house was once part of one of the affluent Jewish communities, the previous owner was the Rabbi of the old synagogue which now houses my church. The rabbi was now dead but his wife and their son who is also a rabbi returned home to find the old home still resting on the Sabbath. KODAK Digital Still CameraThis beautiful home was also endowed with a very large library and it was precisely this challenge to fill the empty shelves, which triggered my hobby for book collecting. Later, I stumbled upon a book which changed the trajectory of my life forever. It was


Timothy Ferris’ World Treasury of Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics

It was not so much the contents of the book, but the cover. Here were all the genius’ who had ever discovered, invented or in some way dramatically influenced the developing worlds’ ability to function and compute itself; but no one on the cover looked at all like me. They were mostly European males and I couldn’t understand why not a single black person had made enough of a contribution to be featured on the cover. This begun my digging into the history of science.


Then my daughter Victoria fell ill in 2002 and died in 2004; so I decided to study premedical sciences to prepare for medical school. During my first semester back at school a year later, I encountered an English literature professor who worked very hard to prove the evolutionary theory through literature. We studied Stephen Crane’s Open boat, Hemmingway’s Soldier’s Home, among the writings and thoughts of others like Nietzhe and Darwin to illustrate this concept of a world evolving from the childish and romantic idea of a benevolent God to an aged and matured generation of realists and pragmatic thinkers. Marafino would end every one of his rants with the question, Ask yourself if there was truly a God why would he let all of these children die next door of cancer. How could he have known, that I had just lost my daughter next door at the very hospital in question and to cancer.


I considered his constant pondering as a challenge for me to finally explain my faith on his pragmatic terms.

In 2007 after paying the fees for graduation from Capital Community College, I couldn’t imagine where to turn to complete my journey; so I decided to finish my independent research. I never imagined that the process would have lasted as long as it did.

In 2009 after completing my training and certification at the highest level of management for a Holiday Inn Hotel, I realized that the energy and time required to manage a full service property and raise three children would leave no room for writing.

It was a very difficult decision, but the more I dug the deeper the well and eventually the search became addictive, my thirst for answers was unquenchable.

Then Richard Dawkings, wrote a book which compiled the stories of many ancient people and civilizations. Dawkings intended to draw the similar conclusion of a world advanced beyond the need for myths; but even with my limited work in the sciences and after reading Tim Ferris’ entire treasury of scientific knowledge, I could see all of these stories as metaphors of scientific conclusions. The indisputable and irrefutable correlation between science and our ancient legends led to the completion of The Science of Sacred Scripture.

Then I began my research into history and found even more revolutionary evidence. I discovered that the  terms from Webster’s original dictionary (pre-emancipation 1850) were altered. Shakespeare’s moor from the 16th century was intended to represent a prevalence of Africans in the EMERGING European population. Beyond Shakespeare the presence is so incredibly superfluous that the simple change of term, so that moor originally defined as “Black people from North Africa” then became redefined as Arab. But these minute discrepancies were like bread crumbs left on an arduous trail, the end there of, is an entirely new story- Our Story like no one has ever told it before. In June 2018 I hope to release my latest book “The Negus,” it is a chronicle of the African American journey through out history before and after settlement in the Amharicas.

Now fourteen years after Victoria’s death I’ve honored her life and journey by pouring my heart, my soul and the essence of my being into finding this Blue Print.

I finally graduated from Central Connecticut State University in December 2017 with a Bachelors in History and a minor concentration in Anthropology. My ultimate goal is to complete my PHD in an interdisciplinary field between anthropology and theology, to revolutionize our education system.

I come before you bare and transparent, but divinely appointed and educated, chiseled by the refining fires of life’s struggles.


Before the backing of institutional scholarship, I always labored to ensure accuracy and irrefutable integrity in my work.

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The truth about American Immigration.

An Analysis of President Trump’s State of the Union Address

TRUMP: We have proposed new legislation that will fix our immigration laws, and support our ICE and Border Patrol agents — these are great people, these are great, great people that work so hard in the midst of such danger — so that this can never happen again. Continue reading The truth about American Immigration.

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A long War

When the confederate flag came down today I felt like I had been transported back in time, with the battles for civil rights still fresh in mind and the two sides still negotiating the terms of peace. In some ways the war was never over, this is a war as old as man, it is not a race war, as you may have been led to believe, it is a war of good over evil. The losers are those who are filled with hate. They are always sitting quietly on the sidelines planning new attacks, recruiting new soldiers and building a new army. Today we can learn from the past and recognize these seeds of destruction, hate, bigotry, greed and selfishness, inequality and brutality before they spring into full grown wars, and acts of terror. familiar facesEven Hitler was once a beautiful and innocent baby.

As Americans we must continue to be guided by our bidding creed, that all men are created equally. We can march forward in the faith that the battle is not ours; so that once we fight on the side of righteousness, equality, justice, love, peace, common wealth and happiness, No weapons formed against us shall prosper.



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20 Signs that you are succeeding.

Carol Morgan’s piece needs little enhancement except, I and many people of faith say  #15 as everything happens for a reason. Figuring out these REASONS allow us to make changes and always turn any disappointment into a blessing for the next time.

#20 (You are Happy) is my favorite, but she over simplified this one I think. For the past few years I lived like a hermit, no one could  claim to have had a lengthy conversation with me in the past 5 years. I was abrupt and to some extent, I still have this extreme sense of urgency which has shut everyone out. I was exhilarated by a mission that I alone could thoroughly understand and yet my family and friends stood by and supported me through it all. Today I am happy, not because I have accomplished all of my goals but because I can see them materialize, even if they haven’t yet. I have internalized all of the promises which have been made to me and I can visualize them coming into fruition. Today I don’t wake up with a long list of things I need to accomplish, but a simple question has supplanted my lengthy prayers.


Each day I ask:

What do you need me to do for you today lord? I’ve realized that there is nothing that we can truly achieve in this life for ourselves. That our mortality is simply an alternate version of eternity. God resides in the perpetual continuity of life and each of us contribute to it. On a finite scale I am aware that what I am here to contribute to the whole is all that matters.

So when the answer comes I turn my attention diligently to this request and I am so HAPPY: because I am instantly aware that the simplicity of this task may require but an hour of my twelve. The rest of the day is mine and I am freed in the promise that the righteous shall not be forsaken. I will not be begging for bread, and everything will be added to me in due season.

Happiness is a realization, that everything is already in order.


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Commit your life to doing the right things.

Tyrese Gibson has the message for this month. Change your surroundings, find positive influences and make the tough choices to be happy.