What more can we do to build a community around what we call Keyamsha, the Awakening. Black people, African people, at home and abroad are waking up. We are becoming more aware of the truth about who we are. We are learning what was not taught. We are perceiving new perceptions. We have let go of limitations. We are aware of an awareness beyond this present state of awareness.
How did we reach this new state of awareness? Was it the Red pill??? The Blue Pill??? What about Keyamsha the RBG Pill?
Kiamsha is a swahili word. The root “amsha” has several meanings including: rouse, galvanize, move, rekindle, key up, freshen, appetize, disturb, jog, call forth, excite, incite, rally, interest, intrigue, evoke, brisk, bring around (revive), inflame, inspirit. It’s prefix ki- means “of a given kind.” The combination of the two has been thought of as meaning “that which awakens me.” We see this idea of “awakening” as being key to the restoration of African Civilization, so we have respelled kiamsha to keyamsha, thus creating a “Hybrid word.” The prefix “key” now indicates that we “hold the key to the world’s destiny” in the “palm of our hand.” It is the key to the prison that could become our mind. No one can free us from the prison of our mind through mental emancipation for us, like us, but us.
We took Keyamsha, the RBG Pill, and put it on a t-shirt. Get yours now!!!
Keyamsha the RBG Pill is the number 1 antidote against Afrophobia, the Maafa, the Yurugu Virus and Willie Lynch syndrome. Side effects include self-love, self-respect, high self-esteem, elevated self worth, expanded awareness and widened perspective. Also provides immunization against spiritual, emotional and psychological warfare. .Caution: May cause some family and friends to disassociate with you. Also may result in a name change, adopting traditional African spiritual traditions, wearing traditional African clothes, speaking an African language and a pilgrimage to the Motherland. Contains: the collected works of Marcus Mosiah Garvey,
John Henrik Clarke, Dr. Asa G Hilliard, Cheikh Anta Diop, Dr. Amos Wilson, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Chancellor James Williams, Negro Sprituals, Ring shouts, koras, djembes, balas, P-funk, jazz, blues, astroblacktricity, juju, voodoo, hoodoo, the Pert Em Heru, Soil of the Sahara Forest, Pyramid Blocks, Timbuktu manuscripts, Ghanaian gold, Nigerian oil (both palm and petroleum) Azanian diamonds, tantalite, platinum, melanin, Timbuktu salt, a splinter from the Ishango bone, a fragment of the Bakongo bone, the coordinates of stones of Namoratunga and the entire history of the African race back to the African who took that first great walk in the sun.
After years under the influence of Keyamsha the RBG pill, the awakening kicked in with full force. We realized Keyamsha the awakening had been an ongoing historical event since the Haitian revolution. Numerous events have occurred since then; some to energize Keyamsha the awakening, others to distract from the awakening’s existence. On June 28, 2014 we experienced one of the most powerful side effects of Keyamsha the RBG pill. That day we asked a question and received an answer. The question? “Does melanin have a dollar value?” The answer was not only yes, it was emphatic and overwhelming to say the least. That day we learned melanin, the aromatic biopolymer and organic semiconductor that makes Black people black was worth $353 a gram and posted it to our blog.