May 1, 2018

Xhosa Anatomy Part 4 - The Nose 

 This could very well be the last article (for a while) in what has become a larger Xhosa Anatomy study. In previous posts (Part I, II and III), we have covered large ground in discussing three of the (most) vital organs in the body, the heart (ntliziyo),...

April 24, 2018

Xhosa Anatomy Part 3 - The Liver

 We keep on moving further and deeper into the anatomical world living and breathing inside the pages of the Bible. Regardless of whatever english version you may have there in front of you, beit in your lap or on the dusty shelf over there, when we do ge...

April 8, 2018

Xhosa Anatomy Part II - The Kidneys


In Part 1 of these Xhosa anatomy series, we looked at the Heart (ntliziyo) and how this part of the body is described in the Bible. This study proved without a shadow of doubt that the word we have come to know in english, the mind, is in fact the hum...

April 5, 2018

Xhosa Anatomy Part 1 - African at heart

If you read the Scriptures in general, you will pick up on a handful of organs being mentioned again and again throughout the old books. Why is this so far removed from todays modern medicine and its fixation on brain activity, well I will try to s...

March 26, 2018

Yes, theres quite the few actually. Now this topic could easily have been formed into a comprehensible book, not to say books, as there are (obviously) no shortage of names for the Almighty God of Ancient Israel, in the modern languages as well as the ancient ones.


Now, using titles suc...

March 21, 2018

50 African Proverbs and their Meanings, being the words of our Elders

In Africa, proverb is a subtle means of expression and it is widely believed that a wise-elderly man uses a variety of which in communicating with his kinsmen.

Words of our elders are indeed derived from words of ancien...

March 17, 2018

Hello people - peace be with the innermost part of your heart,

Just as the background supplies its subtile and rural hints, the ancient city of Jerusalem was too surrounded by mountains... There is indeed such a place in South-Africa, today know as Umthatha, which means beloved...

March 10, 2018

First off, I am not a doctor or a health care professional. What follows is friendly (and detailed) advice, gather from years personal experiences. And you will (most likely) have a different set of experiences than mine. To cut myself short and not to include my lifelong interested for...

February 23, 2018

The human body is a gift, a gift we need to cherish and take care of. Nowadays many people find their way to hospitals after being diagnosed with some severe illness. The truth is So NiNi can heal anyone of their infirmities if you believe or He can show you something from His creation...

February 10, 2018

 After soaking in the state of mind the above exceptionally well dressed ladies seems to share. Lets take a look at the ancient African seasons and also learning how to measure time, translated to their proper meaning(s) in the beautiful Xhosa language....

February 1, 2018

 Its been a while and thought I would clarify a little on a couple points I have been making towards the calendar issue. And although I talk about allot of stuff, you gotta understand that much of what you have been taught is complete nonsense, therefore be grounded before you delve int...

January 4, 2018

Just a quick update this month, as I have many other projects that needs attention. Now, if you don't learn all the languages listed above, its okay don't fret, just learn some Xhosa and you`ll be alright. Enjoy this short summary of ordinary weekday names and Xhosa names of the year.

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