Thursday, January 10, 2008

Psychiatry - An Industry of Death

A Must See Full Documentary
Ahtur Keymah

Think psychiatry has nothing to do with you? Think again. Through rare historical and contemporary footage and interviews with more than 160 doctors, attorneys, educators, survivors and experts on the mental health industry and its abuses, this riveting documentary blazes the bright light of truth on the brutal pseudoscience and the multi-billion dollar fraud that is psychiatry. We think you have the right to know the cold, hard facts about psychiatry, its practitioners and the threat they pose to our children.

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Tuesday, January 08, 2008


By Ahk Simkhiel Ben Yisrael
KNN-Southern Eden/S. Africa

On the 15th to 16th of December 2007, the Southern Eden family gathered together for the first time under one roof. The event took place at Ipelegeng Community Center in Soweto Johannesburg. This historical occasion marked a significant turn in direction for the Southern Eden extension. The objectives of the gathering were as follows:

-To glorify Yah, celebrate, and showcase our talents

-Reflect on the 40-year history of the kingdom of Yah and to inspire a forward movement together planning for the future.

-To bring the family together/getting to know each other.

-Discussing strategic issues relating to the building of the family.

-Graduation of absorbed students.

Our program started on Yom Sheshee with the arrival of the various extensions, Port Elizabeth, East London, Durban, Kuruman and the host extension Johannesburg, we then gathered together to honor the opening of the Shabbat. Dinner was then served after which the saints erupted into song and dance to mark the opening of what would be a very grand event.

Day Two of Program

On day two our program took us to the streets of Soweto (as in picture above) were we had our very first Culture Pride Parade, on our way to Thokoza Park for a Morning Prayer. During the walk we made an everlasting impression on the minds of our people. Their comments were encouraging as we look forward in the future to connect with more of our people. After we had made supplication and sang songs of praise unto Yah and the Father we moved on to our next item, which was a tour of Soweto. On the tour we visited the Oliver Tambo square in Kliptown were the freedom charter of 1955 was first written, then we moved on to the Hector Peterson Museum in Orlando West which depicts the 1976 Soweto Uprising as well as other significant events of our people’s Liberation struggle.

Evening Meal and Elevation Ceremony

Following the tour of Soweto we headed back to the venue, were water and juices were served, and the saints took a break to rest. After the break the main event of the gathering took place, which was the conference: “From invisible to visible”. We had two speakers from the Johannesburg Extension who highlighted the task that is before us. The first speaker was Ahk Mikaiyael Ben Shaul Ha Cohane who bought to us a State of the Nation address, entitled “South Africa: From anti-Apartheid to Anti-Yah”. Ahk Malchiel Ben Israel presented the keynote address, entitled “The Faithful and True shall break into Pieces the Euro-American Civilization.”
After this we were ready to close the Shabbat.

We then gathered again together for the evening meal and elevation ceremony in which over 50 saints from all the extensions received Hebrew names. As part of the Elevation ceremony Ahk Naganiel Ben Israel presented a brief history of the Southern Eden Extension. The Elevation ceremony ended the day’s events.

Day three of the Gathering

It was on to Day three of the gathering, which began, with a morning prayer after which followed breakfast. When breakfast was served saints were settled into to different auditoriums as separate Brotherhood and Sisterhood meetings commenced simultaneously.

At the close of the meetings a break was then taken so as to prepare for the concert, which would follow.The performances were a holy, energetic and inspirational. Personally I have never ever in my entire life enjoyed myself more as I did on that extraordinary day.

During the concert we also had the “African/Edenic Heritage Museum” on display for viewing by members of the community as well as our guests.

Later on in the evening before Dinner was served we had a National meeting, to close the meeting Ahk Rechav’am Ben Israel then read into our hearing a message to the nation from the Holy Father Ben Ammi Hamasheahk.

After Dinner the events of the day and the gathering were officially closed. Nevertheless the saints went into song and dancing and we stayed up well into the night.

On Yom Sheinee breakfast was served at 10 am. Representatives of each extension made farewell speeches and then the saints sang and embraced one another. This marked the close of the National Gathering.

We pray that Yah Yahwah help us to maintain the momentum received and also to strengthen the bonds established at this incredibly festive and sacred union.
Yah Yisrael Khai!!!

Monday, January 07, 2008

Does milk really do a body good?

A nutritionist investigates the claims about the beverage
By Alan Aragon, M.S.
Mens Health Magazine

“Milk is a deadly poison," according to the Dairy Education Board. In fact, if you peruse this special interest group's Web site,, you'll find dozens of articles about the purported evils of this popular beverage. One claim, for example, is that milk from cows contains cancer-causing hormones and dairy industry dollars have kept that fact bottled up. All of which may leave you second-guessing your next sip.