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Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold In 2022?

Melanin is worth more than gold!!!

In March 2014 we first observed melanin is worth more than gold. It is still true eight years later. The dollar value of melanin has increased twice in 2022. Since March 2014 melanin has increased in value twelve times. In January 2022 melanin was worth $481 a gram. That meant melanin was worth $420 a gram more than gold. Today, May 13, 2022, we just observed an increase. At present, melanin is worth $500 a gram!!! That means melanin is worth over $441.74 a gram more than gold today. That represents an increase of $21 in just about five months.

Screenshot of chemical company website showing melanin is worth $500 a gram.
Screenshot showing the chemical melanin is worth $500 a gram. The Chemical formula for melanin is C18H10N2O4 and its Chemical Abstract Service number is 8049-97-6.

A gram of gold is currently worth $58.26, an increase in value of $11.93. Gold skyrocketed in June 2020 by over two hundred dollars a gram and hasn’t returned to pre-2020 levels. Melanin is still worth $441.74 a gram more than gold. Gold increased in value more in 2020 than ever in the seven years since we first learned melanin is worth more than it. Nevertheless, the media has bombarded us with relentless propaganda declaring 2020 was horrific a year, with no exceptions.

Melanin and Gold Historical Value Comparison graph showing Melanin has increased in value from $353 in 2014 to $441 a gram more than gold in 2022.

Efforts to conceal melanin’s dollar value

An effort has been underway attempting to deceive us about melanin. We first became aware of the Melanin Harvesting Urban Legend after publishing a blog post revealing melanin is worth more than gold in June 2014. Back then melanin was only worth $353 a gram. That was exactly $300 a gram more than gold. A group of cowardly Twitter users launched a Melanin Twitter bomb aimed at African American women and girls in particular, and people of African ancestry in general on March 24, 2017. That operation seemed intended to convince people the Missing D.C. Girls were missing because of melanin. It also triggered publication of the book “Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold.”

Scholars have generated over 300,000 articles involving melanin in some way, shape, form or fashion. Yet, to date, Melanin deniers have put more effort into concealing and obfuscating melanin is worth more than gold than anything else. And then you have the melanin myths. Most notable in 2020 was the myth melanin is carbon, easily disposed of by pointing out carbon is not worth more than gold.

The dollar value of gold is currently worth $58.26. That makes melanin worth $441.74 a gram more than gold

Ubuntu is a planet working for everyone

At least three websites have sprung up since 2014 attempting to redirect people searching for melanin having a dollar value away from Keyamsha.com. Unlike those other websites we not only innovated the recognition melanin has a dollar value more than gold. We also realized a connection exists between melanin and the Red, Black, and Green flag of Africans, at home and abroad.

As we stated previously melanin is worth more than gold. The Red, Black and Green flag is 101 years old and the Afric, official currency of the United States of Africa, is worth over $2. We conclude those are indicators we are living in a new era. We call it the era of the blessed generation. Under current conditions we can engage in enough change in our thoughts and behavior to make this a planet that works for everyone. We can make this Planet Ubuntu with effortless ease. How do we make that happen? By implementing the Melanin World Order.

Keep Calm: Melanin is worth $500.00 a gram

Melanin is currently worth over $441 a gram more than gold. In the ancient Kemetic language those words are hekau, words of power with the ability to heal. The Swahili language has a phrase Mchakato wa Uponyaji meaning process of healing.

Healing is a positive concept. The events of the last five hundred years show a need for healing is in order. Vibration Therapy is one method of initiating Mchakato wa Uponyaji. Energy is everything and everything is energy. Vibrations produce change by adding or reducing energy. In no uncertain terms vibration energizes the healing process. Vibrations in the air transmitted through spoken words are Hekau. Energy is required to cause the air to vibrate with hekau and trigger Mchakato wa Uponyaji.

In my book Melanin Is Worth More Than Gold a topic came to me deserving consideration. The Melanin Tipping Point refers to that state where ten percent of our species, the equivalent of over 750 million people, become aware melanin is worth more than gold. Melanin’s dollar value will then become rapidly known throughout the planet. When that takes place human thought, and thereby behavior, will necessarily change. We see that point as transformative; a restoration of what we refer to as the “Ubuntu Paradigm” where we see NTU, the sacred divine energy permeating all existence, as it is in ourselves, in others.

People incapable of seeing good in melanin are rigidly resisting the shift in awareness and perception underway. Achieving “enheightenment” through the Ubuntu Paradigm demands we let go of limitations. Knowing about melanin bestows elevated awareness upon those willing to attain it.

Flexibility, or psychological flexibility, as it is sometimes referred to, is the ability to adapt to situational demands, balance life demands, and commit to behaviors. Being flexible is a trait of entities prepared for change. People who resist change are rigid. In psychology, rigidity or mental rigidity refers to an obstinate inability to yield or a refusal to appreciate another person’s viewpoint or emotions characterized by a lack of empathy.

By Nnamdi Azikiwe

The Mhotep Corporation uses its Keyamsha The Awakening brand to heighten perceptions and expand awareness. By producing content that engages, entertains and educates we create value for value relationships with our audience for mutual benefit. Mhotep is derived from the name of the architect and builder of the first pyramid in Kemet, so-called ancient Egypt. I formed the Mhotep Corporation in 2003 to produce and distribute 3D animation videos based on traditional African stories. Since then it has evolved to being a media production company including books. In a previous life I worked as a systems analyst developing solutions for government and multinational organizations. Born and educated in Washington, D.C. I have traveled to several places including Haiti, the Bahamas, Mexico, Canada, Nigeria (several times), Ethiopia (several times), Benin, Togo, and South Africa. I am married with three children.

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