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Welcome to BOMA

Ty Gray-EL (The Ambassador of Poetry)

BOMA ("Breath of My Ancestors")
Breath of My Ancestors is a non-profit cultural enrichment organization paying homage to the African/Edenic people who were the torch-bearers of civilization. We respect the covenant and the commandment which states: Honor thy father and thy mother that thy days may be longer upon the earth-land which the Lord thy God hath given thee.
We recognize that when we pay tribute to the spiritual, cultural and technical accomplishments of our forefathers and mothers throughout the African Diaspora, we stand on the shoulders of those who brought civilization to the world.
We understand that a tree without a root can never bear fruit. We therefore connect ourselves back to the families of nations by honoring those who came before us.

"THE HURRICANE"
When it comes to mother nature's weather patterns and all the elements that God sends to this earth, the hurricane is the single most powerful and devastating, bar none. Nothing in creation can compare to the shear force and energy associated with hurricanes, NOTHING!
Avalanches, earthquakes, tsunami, volcano, monsoon, tornados; none of these can compare to the force and might associated with a hurricane. In 2004 hurricane Ivan at one point was the size of the state of Texas and 119 separate tornados were seen spinning off of it. In 2005 at least 70 separate tornados were clocked coming off of hurricane Katrina.
Hurricanes have been known to reach sustained winds of over 200 miles per hour, lasting seven consecutive days or more. They contain more power than all the world's nuclear arsenals combined.
Now get this. Hurricanes rarely if ever come off the Pacific Ocean. Neither do they come off the Indian or Arctic Oceans. They frequently come off the Atlantic Ocean. They all get started as tropical depressions on the western shores of Africa, take virtually the same root as the slave trade and slam primarily into the southern states of America.
So for all the reasons above, I submit that hurricanes are the Breath of My Ancestors.

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Watch Night

Tonight: "Watch Night" 150 years ago tonight was perhaps one of the most significant in the history of enslaved Africans in America.
I offer the following as an answer; not THE Answer; an answer to the question of improvement. 
http://breathofmyancestors7.blogspot.com/2012/12/night-watch.html

Posted on December 31, 2012 at 9:02pm

Chris Matthews Forgot Obama Was Black

I’m not sure what his motive was, what he was trying to say or who he was even saying it to, but so-called liberal analyst for MSNBC, Chris Matthews stated that he “forgot Obama was black for one hour” after the President’s first State of the Union Address.



His statement is a clear and present indicator that racism is top-of-the-mind with the majority in this country and the notion that America is now a “post-racial society” because of Obama’s election is nothing short of ridiculous.… Continue

Posted on January 28, 2010 at 4:05pm — 1 Comment

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At 9:20pm on December 16, 2010, Imhotep Ma`at Ra- HeruKhauti said…

Hotep Brother EL,

 

Uhuru Sasa!!!!!

 

At 11:10am on November 11, 2010, Lydell Jackson said…
That is great news Ty. I am rubbing my hands with excitement once again! Can't wait to get my copy...Talked to Emilio last week, we are talking about some ideas for promoting what his talents...
 
 
 

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