The forgotten front: East Africa 1914-1918

the East African campaign of the First World War is the largest conflict yet to take place on African soil in terms of scale and impact. Yet, it has languished in undeserved obscurity over the years with many people only vaguely aware of its course of events.

Influenza Pandemic (Africa)

Even though the devastating “Spanish” influenza pandemic of 1918-1919 killed nearly 2 percent of Africa’s population within six months, there has been very limited investigation of this catastrophe, especially in Franco- and Lusophone Africa. This article provides the first continent-wide overview of the disaster, though it concentrates on the worst-hit sub-Saharan region.


Geometry is everywhere, and it can be understood both scientifically and spiritually. It is present everywhere in nature, with spirals of the fibonacci sequence within blooming flowers, to the birth of it’s cell starting as a sphere, followed then by a vesica pisces and into the torus. On a cellular level, we are constantly divinely dividing to create the geometric patterns of life. We are living, breathing...
This is a reading of Giovanni Pico della Mirandola's Oration on the Dignity of Man, originally composed in Latin. I decided to make this recording widely available as it is an emblematic landmark of Renaissance literature and was meant to be heard rather than read. In many respects, it is as relevant today in 2019 as when it was assembled by the young Pico in 1486. The Oration on the Dignity of Man (De...

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