Dr. Sebi Interview – Biochemistry of the human body and the healing journey

This is an amazing interview with Dr. Sebi about the biochemistry of the body, his healing journey, and the ways to heal the body from any dis-ease! It’s very insightful as Dr. Sebi breaks down the healing of disease using chemistry,  electric herbs and abstinence from starch, milk and meat…  🙂 InJoy! ~ Ria (Daria)

 

 


Citation:

RockNewmanShow. (2015, October 23). Dr. Sebi on The Rock Newman Show. Retrieved from YouTube: https://youtu.be/Qx6_073GDkQ

 

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The Journey Begins (out of Africa)

Note: This is a repost from a blog called My Face in History Project since there was no “sharing” features on this blog I reposted by copying and pasting! Injoy! 😉 ~ Ria (Daria)

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Library of Congress, Washington, DC, USA, Research Shelf © Daria Danielle Smith Giraud. 2018.

 

 


The Journey Begins (out of Africa)

Africa is our root:  The root of all civilization of the world, the “light of the world”  (Massey, 1907),  the “mother of civilization” (Henrik Clarke, ).

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One statement that is common through my short lived studies of the autochthonic aboriginal in our global history is they repeat “We always been here! We were here since the beginning!” So how is this possible? And why was this never taught to us in school? Even at the university level to mention “black” origin other than the Lucy bones or some bones of an ancient African or “negroid” woman somewhere around the globe is permitted, the words “African”autochthonic is taboo, shunned and even banned from modern academia even when evidence prove otherwise.  In my own studies in anthropology I had the same disturbing gut feeling that I had when I was in my 5th grade social studies class and yelling out “this is a lie!” Some 30 years later, little has changed in the way of tearing down the walls of racism steeped in theory that was never proven openly but concealed and hidden privately by mainstream academics. The truth is their is more than enough evidence that prove “we were here!” long before Columbus set sail for the New World.

The journey begins out of Africa to new worlds.  We construct our boats made of reeds and papyrus and navigate with great precision and knowledge of the stars (astronomy) and mathematics, traverse across the Ethiopian Sea (the Atlantic) and the Pacific Oceans, to visit the Americas, South America, Asia, the islands of the Pacific. We set foot on the continents of Asia, in China, and Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, India and Australia. We inhabit those lands. We inhabit Europe, even Russia. We are everywhere on this planet earth. We build temples, pyramids, and mounds to our sacred gods. We are brothers and sisters of many nations with a common ancestor.  We build the richest ports of trade and commerce. We bring plants and seeds known to only Africa (Guinea) and plant in the new world Americas, on the Yucatan Peninsula, in Guatemala, Panama, Honduras, El Salvador, Peru, Venezuela, Brazil.

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IMG_8691We have always been the original aborigines of the land in every corner of this earth. Check the dead of our ancestors; the so called discoveries of skulls that have been found as early as the 1800s (Cremo, 1993).

The “Black”, the “Copper Colored”, the “Red Man” in the Americas

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Photo Credit (coming soon)

The word “Ethiopian” was used in context, does not refer to people from Ethiopia. It springs from “aethiops” which means “burnt skin.” People of sun-burnt skin (that is blacks) were sometimes referred to, at that point in time, in this broad and general way. Lopez de Gomara also describes the black Europeans sighted for the first time in Panama. “The people are identical with the Negroes we have in Guinea.” De Bourbourg also reports that there were two indigenous to Panama (Central and South America) – the Mandinga (black skin) and the Tule (red skin). Africans were not strangers to the Spanish and Portuguese. Black Africans and Arabs had invaded  Southern European in 711 AD and had established dynasties that profoundly affected Spain, Portugal and Sicily until the year 1492, the year of the African general Boabdi of the Almohade dynasty surrendered the very year Columbus set sail for the New World . (From the Mandingo Voyages) (Sertima, 1998, p.5)

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Africa is our root:  The root of all civilization of the world, the “light of the world”  (Massey, 1907) the “mother of civilization (Henrik Clarke, ) .” Africa is the root of the great Tree of Knowledge. The great Tree of Life. The world civilizations are the branches, the fruit, the seeds, and flowers of cultures and kingdoms, the Klans and tribes of the world, everywhere. Africa sprouted and birthed the great nations of this world from a cosmic source. We are indeed “celestial and terrestrial” (Churchward, 1910) as we have been since the beginning. As we traversed from land to land from nomadic to becoming agricultural communities we remained the autochthonic aboriginal indigenous inhabitants of the land on the planet. This was truth, memory, legend, and fact even evidenced up until the Columbus voyages to the Americas.

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Oglagla Sioux Tribal Nation (photo credit unknown, 1800s/1900s)

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Tribal meeting of original Narragansett & Wampanoag Native Americans in 1925, the Narragansett Tribe have been in the Rhode Island/New York area

Taking Your Land & Birthright

These “Europeans” after expelling the Mauriscos (Moriscos) or Moors from Spain in 1492  with the Alhambra Decree, also known as the Edict of Expulsion; Decreto de la Alhambra  Edicto de Granada (Spanish), immediately sent Christopher Columbus (also known as Cristòffa Cómbo (Ligurian), Cristoforo Colombo (Italian), and Cristóbal Colón (Spanish) to search for new lands in the Americas. These ‘new lands’ were believed to be the ports and cities connected to the once ruling Moors of Spain. Please note there was a second expulsion in 1609 by King Philip III called the Expulsion of the Moriscos, Expulsió dels moriscos which further sent the descendants of much of the royal moors previously in Spain out of Europe for good. European monarchs and the church wanted no trace of the Moors and their children (black, brown or mulatto admixtures) in any part of the Europe.

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The Papal Bull “Inter Caetera,” issued by Pope Alexander VI on May 4, 1493, played a central role in the Spanish conquest of the New World. Furthermore, The Discovery doctrine (in the Name of Christ) is a concept of public international law expounded by the United States Supreme Court in a series of decisions, most notably Johnson v. M’Intosh in 1823. The doctrine was cited in other cases as well. With Cherokee Nation v. Georgia, it supported the concept that tribes were not independent states but “domestic dependent nations”(Source: Wikipedia)

Chief Justice Marshall noted the 1455 papal bull Romanus Pontifex approved Portugal‘s claims to lands discovered along the coast of West Africa, and the 1493 Inter Caetera had ratified Spain‘s right to conquer newly found lands, after Christopher Columbus had already begun doing so,[7] but stated: “Spain did not rest her title solely on the grant of the Pope. Her discussions respecting boundary, with France, with Great Britain, and with the United States, all show that she placed it on the rights given by discovery. Portugal sustained her claim to the Brazils by the same title.

This is when most of their histories were banned and hidden from the history books and why you may not have heard of their existence in school or in movies to date. Further evidence prove that in the Doctrine of Discovery yet another catholic mandate further used a form of legal religious decree (man made instrument) to suppress, oppress and annihilate autochthonic aborigines and their indigenous descendants not only from history books, but from memory, land, resources and spirituality. The result of this legacy is the oppressive political policy we now call White Supremacy (WS) and has been part of a larger global phenomena throughout the old world and new world.

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Origins, the study

Before beginning our survey of rejected and accepted paleoanthropological evidence, we shall outline a few epistemological rules that we have tried to follow. Epistemology is defined by Webster’s New World Dictionary, as “the study of theory of the origin, nature, methods, and limits of knowledge.” When engaged in the study of scientific evidence, it is important to keep the nature, methods, and limits of knowledge in mind; otherwise one is prone to fall into illusion.” (Cremo, 1993, p. 7)

When we speak of beginnings there are a plethora of myths (mythologies) that speak to the origin and creation stories of man from around the world. Each religion, each spiritual system, each tribe has its own creation myth and human origin mythology. One common theme seen throughout many of these stories is the duality between earthly man and the god or celestial man. This dual nature in man is also illustrated heavily in the works of Churchward’s, “Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man“. In this book he goes into great detail and breath to compare ancient Mexico (Mayan and Aztec) spirituality, temples, artifacts, and symbols to those of ancient Egypt, in fact, he superimposes that these cultures are one and the same.  It is suggested and documented through evidence that the pygmy African ‘negroid’ phenotype is the oldest human on the planet. Yet in Cremo’s discoveries there exists many discoveries of ‘modern human’ skeletons (bones, skulls, femurs, etc) found as early as the 1800s.

Castenedolo Skull

This anatomically modern human skull (Sergi 1884, plate 1) was found in 1880 at Castenedolo, Italy. The stratum from which it was taken is assigned to the Astian stage of the Pliocene (Oakley 1980, p. 46). According to modern authorities (Harland et al, 1982, p. 110), the Astian belongs to the Middle Pliocene, wihch would give the skull an age of 3-4 million years. [p. 424, Forbidden Archeology]

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‘This twofold creation will account for the two Adams, the man of earth and the man from heaven, or man the mortal and the man the manes. In mythology the first Atum was solar. In the eschatology, the second Atum is the spiritual. The garden was made for the manes to cultivate, and the manes represents the second Adam, who as Egyptian is Nefer – Atum in spirit — otherwise man the manes in the garden of Amenta.” (Massey, 1907, p.425)

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Citations: 

Churchward, Albert. (1910). The signs and symbols of primordial man. New York: E. P. Dutton & co. Retrieved from 10.5479/sil.212089.39088000141432

Clarke, J. H. (1993). African people in world history. Baltimore, MD: Black Classic Press.

Cremo, M. A., & Thompson, R. L. (1993). Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race. Los Angeles: Bhaktivedanta book.

Massey, G. (1907). Ancient Egypt. The Light of the World: A work of reclamation and restitution in twelve books. S.l.: Old Book Publishing.

Pope VI A. (n.d.). The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Retrieved from https://www.gilderlehrman.org/content/doctrine-discovery-1493. The Doctrine of Discovery , 1493, A Spotlight on a Primary Source by Pope Alexander VI.

Sertima, I. V. (1998). Early America revisited. New Brunswick: Transaction.

Sertima, I. V. (2003). They came before Columbus: The African presence in ancient America. New York: Random House Trade Paperbacks.


Reposted with permission by © 2018. Daria Danielle Smith Giraud. All Rights Reserved.

Travel – Mini Vaca in Mayan Mexico

Cancun, Mexico

Ancient Mesoamerican Culture & Dreams 

Surprisingly this trip was rather impromptu unlike my attempt to visit Costa Rica a few months before.  The night before my flight,  I had found an AirbnB in Quintana Roo, Cancun, Southeast Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.  Honestly, I didn’t plan very well for this mini vacation which I wrote an article about my first night on what ‘not’ to do when traveling  (I still have to publish). But first, I had to give humility and thanks for this very sacred and spiritual ‘pilgrimage’. I had dreamed of Mexico almost all my adult life with small dreams (visions) that linked Mexico to many states in the Americas (like Arizona (Sedona), Montezuma’s Castle (Sinagua Indian tribes) where I wrote “home” in a red journal and marveled at the turquoise and copper artifacts the ancient “Anasazi” dwelled much like the ancient Malian Dogon in Africa).

There were anomalies, mysteries, and hidden puzzles to our history that seemed to fill my memories, dreams, and obsessions toward visiting these regions beyond merely dreaming of them. Like the sacred land of Arizona with the mysterious monuments and ‘temples’ I captured with my eyes and senses, the immense feeling of ancient Africa and ancient Asian still living and thriving in those vortices, I was convinced they were all linked to a common ancestor and had been not only traveled but inhabited by ancient African people. Mexico had similar mysterious otherworldly familiarity. I knew my ancestors had been ‘there’ not only brining civilization to these regions but leaving a legacy that still permeates Central (South America) and many regions within the United States.  There was this unspoken link to be traversed and reconnected within my soul.  Many tribes of various shades of cream, cinnamon, copper, and even black existed also within me and this last dream showed me Tulum and Coba pyramids!

I had no plan to climb a pyramid with its 120 steps nor swim in a 130 feet deep cenote (sinkhole) deep into the earth. But I did and even conquered some fears! I know longer have ANY fear of planes and find pleasure in sitting at the window watching “serpent clouds” and other images I wrote about in my journals.

 

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© 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

Mexico is mysteriously not considered either North American nor Central American but quite honestly both because of its controversial history that predates the arrival of the Spanish and Christopher Columbus including the later American Spanish Wars and many other caste wars which both annihilated and erased the African face out of Paleo-Indian conversation. I believe this territorial confusion to remain a hot debate. However, refutable evidence prove that the African Nubian presence in the Americas included the Mayan, Aztec, Inca (Ynca) and other existing and thriving merchant kingdoms of Honduras, Guatemala, Panama, Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Nicaragua as tribal royal and merchant territories of the Ancient Mayan Americas which expanded into North America, Southeast United States;  California, Arizona, Colorado, the Mississippi River, Ohio, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Florida, and Canada, to name a few.

 

Where I Visited

My first travels to Mexico was on 27-September 2018 and included a very short tour through the temples of the Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, Mexico (Coordinates:20°29′41″N 87°44′10″W) of the ancient Mayan temples of  Kukulcan in Tulum, the tallest pyramid temple in Coba (Nohoch Mul, is the ancient name of this group of tallest pyramids; Ixmoja (also known as  Nohoch Mul and the Spanish word variant Coba)  and Calakmul  or  Kalakmul “the Snake Kingdom”  (k’uhul kaanal ajaw, Divine Lords of the Snake)  located in Campeche, Mexico), Ceynote or Cenote (Multum Ha one of three) and Playa Del Carmen.

*note: searching for meaning of Ixmoja which sounds very much like Yemoja (“Our Lady of Navigator”)! Also searching for Nohoch Mul true Mayan meaning.

 

Tulum

Tulum, Tulu’um, the Temple of the Wind is a Mayan city which served as a major port for trade, ritual and astronomical observation of the ancient Mayan navigators. This port was central and vital to the Ancient Olmec Mayans as it overlooked the Caribbean Sea and was a point of the natural African South American winds used to sail to the Americas. Tulum was a port city for the Mexican State of Quintana Roo along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico with coordinates 20°12′53″N 87°25′44″W. One of the largest cities constructed by the Ancient Olmec Maya, also known as the Zama City of the Dawn was a major trading hub its temples made of Limestone which keeps cool under the hot sun. Tulum is a fortified site housing three structures, El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God which dominated the coastal trade and land routes through Central America and the Americas.

Tulum is a very popular tourist sites in close proximity to Cancun and the Maya Rivera.  The third most viewed ancient ruin sites after Teotihuacan and Chichen Itza. Tulum is considered a tropical savana climate. And is part of the Sian Ka’an (biosphere reserve), archeological center, hotelera zone, and pueblo town.

It is home of cenotes (sink holes) Maya Blue, Naharon, Temple of Doom, Tortuga, Vacaha, Grand Cenote, Abejas, Nohoch Kiin and Carwash cenotes and cave systems and the Tulum site houses a sacred lizard sanctuary while the beach houses nested turtles.

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Tulum, Kukulkan facing East, on the Caribbean Sea of the Yucatan Peninsula. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

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Naturalselfgoddess Travel 2018 Tulum Quintana Roo , Kukulkan September 29 2018 Olmec Temples Mexico Mayan. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

 

I had dreamed of lizards two distinct types both I saw at Tulum. The green grey ones all over the temples and temple grounds and the iguana orange striped one at the very entrance of the Tulum grounds was about 2 feet clinging to an indigenous Mayan descendant. I didn’t take a picture because I wanted to respect his space! I couldn’t believe how these lizards seem to be ‘guarding’ the temples and seeming to point toward sacred directions toward the see or parts of the temples. I was very humbled and thankful.

Lizards everywhere on the temples and temple grounds!

 

 

Coba,  Ixmoja

Coba Ixmoja is located as part of the Ancient Olmec Mayan sites in the Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, Mexico off the Caribbean Sea at the coordinates20°29′41″N 87°44′10″W. Located around two lagoons, Lake Coba and Lake Macanxoc, known as sacred waters that guarded the sites and elevated roads called sacbe or white road. The tallest temple pyramids in the Coba region are Nohoch Mul and  Ixmoja. Imoja  is 138 feet high and 120 steps descending and ascending and the tallest temple pyramid in the Olmec Mayan pantheon temple sites of the Yucatan Peninusula.

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Coba, Mexico. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

 

Xaibe

Xaibe meaning “crossroads” part of the Coba Mayan city settlement and temple pyramids is also a city located in Belize. The Belize city was made up ancient Mayan settlers.  The Belize city was occupied by the indigenous Mayans after the Yucatan Peninsula caste war with the Europeans and known to celebrate the Day of the Dead as food for the souls as Hanal Pixan  a Mayan tradition. Xaibe in Coba is a watchtower made of limestone as an illuminated path for travelers in the night.

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Coba, Mexico. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

Ixmoja

Ixmoja (Ximoja or Xaimoja) was an intense climb for a person like me afraid of heights! At an impressive 138 feet tall, and 120 ascending and descending steps, this pyramid is taller than the famous, Temple of the Sun, Chichen Itza.  Of course, I forgot to wear the correct shoes and had on swimming footwear but my adrenaline was on overdrive and with the rest of the tour group I couldn’t back down. Even half way up the pyramid I got cold feet, paralyzed for about 4 minutes to catch my breath, but I was cheered on and couldn’t turn back so I kept going!

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Coba, Temple of Ixmoja. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

By the time i got to the top I was huffing and puffing and dripping in sweat, mostly out of managed fear and disbelief! My virgo moon about to spin out of control questioning how I’d get back down without falling to my death, but to manage the fear of overlooking the tallest tree, I didn’t take a picture or think more than 15 seconds, I just started to descend slowly with a 10 to 15 lb backpack keeping me as steady as I could plant my footing.

 

Top of Ixmoja (Ximoja/ Xaimoja or Coba Pyramid) — Over Coming My Fears 1 Adventure at a Time 

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Top of Ixmoja ( or Xaimoja /Coba) pyramid in utter fear of heights and wondering for a second how I was going to get back down! But I did descend as fast I could; adrenaline in full throttle limiting my thinking or rather managing my fear! What a triumph! © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

Riding through the Mayan Jungle

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After descending 120 slippery steps from the Coba (Xaimoja, Ximoja pyramid) I jumped back on my little turquoise bicycle. I hadn’t rode a bike in 20 years. Me and my 15lb backpack was flying through the jungle. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

 

Such an amazing adrenaline rush produced such a harmonious healing experience for me coming from the states from so much racial turmoil into re-centering of my mind, body and spirit!

 

 

 

Ceynote MultumHa 

Cenote Multum – Ha is an underground sinkhole located in the Xian Ka’an  (Sian Ka’an) Mayan for “Origin of the Sky”region of Tulum. This is under the ground descending some 84 winding stairs to the cave made of dolomite and limestone as well as other cave rock. Such organic materials increase pH levels and add calcium and magnesium to purify the water.  I can admit I have NEVER felt water like this. It is soft and strong (potent) and completely alive, so clear you can see the 130 foot bottom of this basin.  I am not the best swimmer but again I didn’t let this stop me from experiencing the magnificence and majestic beauty. I rented a tiny life jacket and threw it over my Speedo and waistbeads and swam out to grab the rock with my tiny fingers.  Backstroked, floated and butterfly swam back and forth kept a smile on my face! Yet another fear I over came this day! Victory!

Many years ago, I had dreamed of what I learned were called ‘Cenotes’ or Sinkholes. In my dream the lakes would come alive in the night appearing to glitter under the moon. In one dream there was a home in a cave, that lead to a door where one could swim from one side to the larger lake it was healing medicine for the people of the community and had many powers. I didn’t realize until I arrived to Mexico that these cenotes were in my dreams! There are many cenotes in Mexico

 

 

Playa Del Carmen

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Playa Del Carmen shopping district and free Mexican Tequila Shots! © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

 

Hip Hop is Universal! Mexican Bboys in Playa del Carmen

I was amazed to find this Hip Hop Bboy show in Mexico. I was smiling from ear to ear listening to this African American music and witnessing these dancers for theirs in this arena as the crowd cheered and watched. For a second I felt like I was blasted onto a New York street corner in the 80s. It was fun, exhilarating, and made me giggle knowing that hip hop is truly an art loved and respected throughout the world bringing many tribes and races together under the umbrella of the music, dance, art, and culture.

 

We also had free tequila shots! I had coconut tequila, Mexican chocolate tequila, traditional tequila with lemon and salt, they were all amazing! Our group had a great time laughing, cheering each other on and chatting about our day and next travel plans.

 

Back in Cancun (KanKun) “Land of the Gold Snakes”

I spent a few days in Cancun and finally realized I was in walking distance to everything, major stores, shops, restaurants, bus stations that would take you to Chichen Itza, Mexico City, or Merida, banks, and supermarkets. The weather was amazingly perfect. On my last day it rained while the sun still shown above and cleared up as quickly as it started.  I also realized I was close to the Cancun hotel strip and party district!

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Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

 

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Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

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Coconut Trees are everywhere in Cancun! They are so plentiful no one pays them attention. I was blown away and wanted to climb the trees!! Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico. © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

 

Travel – My Fears and Dreams

My Fears overcome and  my Dreams realized…

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First time on a hammock, Cancun, Mexico.  © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

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Selfie in Mexico © 2018. Daria Danielle Giraud 

A few notes on my mini vaca to Mexico…

 

My travel to Mexico was a long awaited pilgrimage where I have had so many dreams and visions for many years. I really did not know back then that it was Mexico that I should visit or why, but it was a truly healing and magical experience.