Cosmology

Mocholoko on Africa Newsroom TV

Mocholoko on Africa Newsroom TV

By Mocholoko (Dr), Zulumathabo Zulu © 2019

Please tune in to Africa Newsroom TV on Friday September 27, 2019 at 9:30PM on DSTV Channel 405 wherein I will be discussing the value of African cultural knowledge. The actual show starts at 9PM but I am scheduled for a 9:30PM slot.

It is noteworthy to say that culture is extremely vital because culture controls the mind. It is the culture of the ancestors that gives us the access to the mind and the moral code so that we can venerate them as it is supposed to be. It is the culture that gives us Lewa (the strategic knowledge); Moralo (the design knowledge) and Ditaelo (the organizing principles) to produce the intellectual fighting sticks to reassert our way of life that has been denied us for too long by way of privation. We can emancipate ourselves from this privated state through the invocation *”Arise the Ancestors Arise!”* as it was meant to be.

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It is for this reason that I have dedicated my life to the metascientific study of the African origins of cultural knowledge for the survival benefit of the future generations so that they can retake their role as the inalienable architects of their sacrosanct destiny and thus to vibrate in accordance with the vibration of their erudite ancestors who have gone before them.

In this way, this will put us in good stead to truly love and embrace one another; to end ethnic, religious, civil and gender conflicts; to end poverty; to end internecine and separatist tendencies and to usher the golden age of African prosperity so that our children can inherit a rejuvenated Azania and Africa. They will also build on that inheritance in the same way that we are building on the intellectual achievements of the Africanist erudite ancestors who have gone before us so that never again will the African Natives be dispossessed in the land of their ancestors. Siyabonga ka khulu! Thokoza Makhosi! Mocholoko, Zulumathabo Zulu.

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