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The African Holistic Health Book tells you the natural way to treat illnesses and the acheivements of black people!

What are  two more important topics in the world besides money,

a car, a house, long hair, and a thin body?  Health and black History

ofcourse. They both influence the future. So it’s best to know them

both and know them well. The book talks about illnesses like :

arthritis, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, backache,

autism, bad breath, breast cancer, broken bones, cancer, etc. He lists

herbs to help with specific illnesses from A to Z. It talks about

the accomplishments of African Americans, how the eyes can

show signs of disease, how the oldest instrument in the world

is the AFRICAN harp. The African drum language was stolen by

Caucasians. It lets you know that black people hear, sing, and

play music at a higher level because of the melanin in the

inner ear bones and great bone density and the melaninated hair.

Because black people have a high melanin content we

can taste the full range of flavor of foods, can smell the

true aromas, and have the highest psyche ability. And ofcourse,

since us black people have a built ihigh amount of melanin ,

we are protected from the sun’s uv rays. Black people have

hair shaped like the galaxy. Our eyes are brown, due to melanin

content. White people have blue eyes, green, and gray eyes

because you can see their veins in the back of their eyes. It also

goes more into the history of the black way of life. It shows that

using European customs and ways of life has destroyed black

relationships. Well, these are just quick highlights of the book.

You get way more knowledge when you read it. It’s alot to know.

It’s alot to then show. It’s way more than I’ve said here.

It’s serious business and I have faith that it can change your life

for the better.

Credit to: The book African Holistic Health by Dr. Llaila O. Afrika

 

 

 

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The fastest man in the world title was given to a Black man…..Usain Bolt!

bicycle

Instead of taking a bike or a car,this man decided to run
and he ran this race and took over!!!

A black man is the fastest man on earth. In the words of Alicia Keys
song Unbreakable,” Clap your hands everybody, um, clap your hands..
Well black people are known for doing the best in everything. This internet
could never be thorough enough to explain it…Charisma, talent, beauty,
soul, spirit, giving,intelligence, inventions, black people are the best
in all areas no matter how good others are in areas. They say everybody
has talent but black people take it to the extreme.

Jamaica’s Usain Bolt is the speediest man in the world. He has
won the men’s Olympic 100 meters with such power. He went
even further than his former record of 9.72 seconds. He finished
the race in only 9.69 seconds, which is a new world record
he has set. Some Trinidadian gentleman named Richard Thompson
got 2nd place and won silver medal. He finished the race in 9.89 seconds.

American Walter Dix went home with bronze medal for 9.91 seconds.
This gentleman from Jamaica is quoted as saying” I came here to prove
I’m the best. I could even be 9.60.” His name and his high level
of achieving in running has deemed him worthy of the media nickname
“Lightning Bolt”. And in the words of Muhammad Ali, Fly like a butterfly,
sting like a bee. We know how that applies to this man’s speedy race.

Puma is the sponsor company. After he won the 200 meters race in
World Junior Championships in Jamaica in 2002, Puma signed Bolt.
To advertise Bolt’s chances for 100 meters race in Summer Olympics
in Beijing, China, Puma has released a collection of videos showing
off Bolt’s world record setting run in the Reebok Grand Prix to his
preparations for the Olympics. Even during the Beijing 2008 100
meters final, Bolt display his golden Puma spikes that read
Beijing 100 meters Gold.

Oh yes people, I probably should have kept running. I did run a lot
when I was a kid. I never got into racing, but when I was a kid
mom said I was the fastest runner on my block. And doesn’t
running give people a rush? It’s great excercise, pumps
that heart, challenges you. What more could you want?

http://abhisays.com/olympics/usain-bolt-is-the-fastest-man-on-earth.html

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The most Convenient Things About Life is Good for your Health!!

The Most Convenient Things about Life

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-Music Videos such as Rude Boy (see picture above), it makes me excercise harder and faster. It’s a powerful song, especially this
song but music is powerful in general.

-Having a Job Across the Street from Where you live

-Graduating College early

-Starting hobbies early like ballet, tap dance, gymnastics,
professional roller skating..I wish I would have started all
these early…Now I do none of them.

-Having a short labor

-Having a hairdresser for a mom

-Getting hired for a job on the spot

-Learning from someone else’s mistake to avoid yours

-Having a 4.0 gpa

-Having a house with a sidedoor and a front door, and
even a back door…..I used to live in a duplex
with only one door. Me and mom thought this was a
fire hazard. Now we got a sidedoor and front door.
We have a mail slot, garage, fencing, windows in bathrooms,
We have the sliding doors, sliding windows, well sealed
toilet..God is great!

-Being a nutritionist

-Long hair instead of short hair because you can style it
with more versatility. I will find that blog but someone said
that they only wash and condition their hair once a month
and let it stay it braids and their hair grew to their waist.

-Attending college because mom gets paid for me to go
to college.

-Staying off campus, because it’s too much work living in a
dorm

-Doing your own hair, it’s costly to have others do it.
THe easiest hair to do is long hair.

-Splurge days, having 2 days where you can eat like
crazy and not feel guilty about it. It works for me.
Does it work for others? It works for me because
I excercise (boxing) for an hour and sometimes
a little over. I eat light through the week though.
I eat multiple fruits then I eat a regular meal.
This is to maintain it. WHen I was losing weight
I was eating meatloaf and a salad and oh my
goodness, the taste both blend together in
harmony.

-Knowing foreign languages because you get hired
quicker and if someone is talking in secret by
using a non English language you can catch
what they are saying..

-Being an adult, because you understand life better.
When you are a kid, you walk the world confused.

-Having a job with benefits. Where did they go?
Seriously!!

-Attending college in the city you live in…

-Knowing who you deal with right away, if you
had a superpower to scan someone’s personality
and actions to see how they would respond
to different situations….But then God is
always great at that, great at everything!

-Getting a new hairstyle every week. Then people
wonder what they will see next. I make the greatest
effort to do it.

-You’ve already graduated. I have a blessed cousin
who graduate college. I only graduated high school
which is a blessing as well…but graduating college
is the ultimate.

-You can balance college and a social life without
slipping up.

-You are a math genius…it seems like once math
is tackled, what else is hard in school?

-Timers, so if you forget to do something that bell
will remind you.

– Hats/scarves so if your hair is not exactly like you
want it, you can design it with those. I’ve done it
at times, but most of the time I’m showing off my
hair. I feel like it’s less baggage when it’s all me.

-Having a full ride scholarship

-Being Black, it’s the most beautiful race, more
youthful. I am so proud to be.

-Save the best for last, a Life with GOD in it…

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You can Look up patent number on this site showing the cure for AIDS, or ask librarian to look it up with this information!

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I’m glad to be able to provide with
additional details on the cure for
AIDS. The devil is MAD. I am happy
because the
cure for AIDS is going
to save lives. This is the site
where you can look up the CURE
for AIDS, how it was made, and
who made it all on the same page.

Uspto.Gov is the site with the CURE For AIDS.
SO I went to the site: uspto.gov
Clicked patents,clicked search patents
clicked patent number search
Type 5676977 and click search AGAIN
and it shows the method of curing AIDS
and the fact that Antelman; Marvin S.
invented the cure for AIDS.ALl of those
steps take you to this link:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Se…676977&RS=PN/5676977

For those who you know or meet that
don’t have a computer canget information
on the US Special Virus Program from the
library.

Here is how you can get the progress reports
on the US Special Virus Program:

The US Special Virus Program is accessible through World Catalog Database.

Call s Librarian and Ask him or her to look into the World Catalog Database and put in
Special Virus Cancer Program.

What you will find through the public
library system are 8 of 15 progress reports of the US Special Virus Program that are accessible to the public through the public library system.

Thank you for taking the time to read this and spreading
knowledge.

For the video on ” AIDS:made in the USA”, “THE United States of AIDS “video,

“THe US Special Virus ANnual Progress Reports”, “AIDS: MIracle in Canada“,

“The 1971 U.S. Special Virus Flowchart”, “State Origin: The Evidence of the

Laboratory Birth of AIDS”, “State Origin Ebook & U.S. Special Virus Archives

on Multimedia”, go to this direct link:

http://www.boydgraves.com/order/order.html

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Song about the cure for Cancer and Cure for AIDS (It’s hip-hop) Rap song tells you where to look up AIDS Virus PAtent number, tells you to WAKE UP!

             You like music? Well music has been taking to the HIGHEST Level

it could be in this message.

 HEre are the lyrics:

          Wake up people, get on the bus

 They got a cure for cancer, a cure for AIDs,

one shot in the arm and cured them of AIDs,

Boydgraves.com gives you the information

THey created the virus to wipe you Negroes out

But ya’ll asleep so Ya’ll don’t hear what we be talking about

Wake up people get on the bus

Like roaches, they trying to exterminate us!

They got a cure for cancer, a cure for AIDS…..

             Comment: That’s a Cool song. It’s very life saving.

WHat a wake up call! TOo bad, not everyone knows about

this. This knowledge should be passed on like money is

passed through the world. It’s very entertaining and

Life saving, informative. WHen you get to this site scroll

down to the bottom of the page and it

will say ” Music/hip-hop: “THe Cure by Masterhouse 2006”

 

        source:

http://www.boydgraves.com/audio/

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Black Babies are MORE likely to survive being premature than white babies! THis is what the studies show!

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         Black babies are the most beautiful babies in the world.

I wish I had a gallery of photos of Black babies
because they are so precious and sweet.
        Black baby girls that are bornweighing 2.2 pounds or less are over

twice as likely to survive than white baby

boys born with that same weight.

Black baby girls were more

likely to survive than white baby boys.

Half million babies are born premature.

I wonder why that is? The 1,500 babies

in a study were premature, born before

the mother was 24 weeks into pregnancy.

THe babies had less than 27 percent of

survival.

source:

http://news.ufl.edu/2006/01/03/babies/