Wednesday, January 03, 2007

2007 Holy Jerusalem Writers Conference Opens in Dimona

Ahk Keymah-KNN Dimona

The 2007 Holy Jerusalem Writers Conference opened this week in Dimona Israel. This years theme is “The African/Edenic Century: A Posture For New Thinking, New Direction and New Models.” Delegates from all over the world have journeyed up to Dimona to participate in this historical event.

This years conference will feature speakers such as The Anointed, Ben Ammi Ben Israel, Prince Asiel Ben Israel, Prince Aharon, Prince Rahm, Minister Malahk, Crowned Dr. Khazriel, and Dr. Avimeleck just to name a few. Special presentations will be given by Akote Yeheerah E. Adeev, Crowned Bro. Yatsilliel and Ahk Ahmadiel.

This seven-day conference will also feature a Sacred Visitation to Jerusalem and Jordan. Other activities will include the Writer’s Guild Award Dinner, a Docu-Film Festival, and Youth Summit. Yah Khai!!!

What is the Holy Jerusalem Writers Conference?

Dr. Avimeleck spoke about “What is the Holy Jerusalem Writers Conference”? He shared with the audience that the purpose of the conference was to eradicate ignorance worldwide and to sound an alarm that truth had returned to the planet and the people again.

He said that Prince S.B. Yehuda, world famous historian, spiritual biblical archeologist, and hermeneutic expert in 1980 at Dimona Israel, Northeat Africa, founded the Holy Jerusalem Writes Conference. It is to his honor that we continue this legacy of dedication to intellectual scholarship and perfection.

The Holy Jerusalem Writers Conference seeks to provide a forum whereby spiritual men and women of high moral fortitude can come together, network and fellowship in an effort to transform the souls and minds of the world populace in preparation to receive the long awaited Kingdom of God (Yah) on Earth.

Minister Malahk speaks on “Posturing the African Edenic Century”

Min Malahk shared with the audience that 1966 (the year of the vision of Ben Ammi) was the beginning of the African Edenic Century. He read from a book tilted “The Wise Men – Six friends and the World they made”. He drew many comparisons between how the best and brightest of the Euro-Gentile world created their world and how the best and brightest amongst us will create and have created the New World. Min Malahk’s presentation was very informative, uplifting, and motivational. It was a call to action to all of those who truly see that a change is needed in today’s world.

Divine Inner-Attainment

Ahk Dahveed (of the Last Poets) and Akote Elaneet accompanied by Ahk Kazakiyah-Dimona gave a performance at the opening ceremonies of The Holy Jerusalem Writers Conference. They performed five very moving and uplifting poetic selections. Note: Inner-Attainment as opposed to entertainment is a term coined in the 60’s by Jason Benning, and adopted by his friend Dahveed to apply to all art aimed at helping the participants/audience to grow spiritually.

Akote Elaneet's poetic expression

Sunday, December 31, 2006

Saddam Hussein executed, ending era in Iraq

NBC News and news services

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Saddam Hussein struggled briefly after American military guards handed him over to Iraqi executioners before dawn Saturday. But as his final moments approached and masked executioners slipped a black cloth and noose around his neck, he grew calm. In a final moment of defiance, he refused a hood to cover his eyes.

Hours after Saddam faced the same fate he was accused of inflicting on countless thousands during a quarter-century of ruthless power, Iraqi state television showed grainy video of what it said was his body, the head uncovered and the neck twisted at a sharp angle.

Witnesses to the execution told NBC News’ Richard Engel that they were cheering around the body of Saddam after the hanging — three years after the deposed president was hauled from a hole in the ground by pursuing U.S. forces. See: Saddam Hussein Executed