Universal Belief & Warrior philosophy ; African Poverbs

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The following is a collection of some out the UBWP systems favorite povebs and quotes coming from African philosophies ;

When bothers fight to the death, a stranger inherits their estate.

The most beautiful fig may contain a worm.

If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents.

Instruction in youth is like engraving in stone.

A patient man will eat ripe fruit.

He who fears the sun will not become Chief.

A large chair does not make a King.

The wise create proverbs for fools to lean, not repeat.

Patience attracts happiness, it brings near that which is far.

Love has to be shown by deeds, not words.

In a moment of crisis, the wise build bridges, fools build dams.

A wise person will always find a way.

You do not teach the paths of the forest to an old gorilla.

Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable.

You become wise when you un out of money.

A close fiend can become a close enemy.

Patience can cook a stone.

Traveling is leaning.

A family is like a forest. When you are outside it seems dense, but when you are inside, you see each tee has it’s place.

Because he lost his reputation, he lost a kingdom.

When a king has good counselors, his reign is peaceful.

Where thee is love, thee is no darkness.

One cannot count on riches.

By crawling, one learns to stand.

To get lost is to lean the way.

Bad friends will prevent you from having good fiends.

Unity is strength, division is weakness.

A united family eats from the same plate.

When you follow in the path of you father, you lean to walk like him.

When two elephants fight, it is the grass that gets trampled.

He who effuses to obey, cannot command.

Much wealth brings many enemies.

Wisdom is wealth.

A patient person never misses a thing.

One who causes others misfortune also teaches them wisdom.

A leader who does not take advice is not a leader.

He who thinks he is leading and has no one following him is only taking a walk.

By the time the fool has leaned the game, the players have dispersed.

Patience is the key which solves all problems.

Patience puts a crown on the head.

A family tie is like a tree. It can bend but it cannot beak.

There can be no peace without understanding.

Hold a true friend with both hands.

Cross the river in a crowd and the crocodile will not eat you.

Return to old watering holes for more than water. Fiends and dreams await you there.

You always lean a lot more when you lose than when you win.

War has no eyes.

If you cant resolve your problems in peace, you cant solve war.

He who is destined for power does not have to fight for it.

Ears that do not listen to advice accompany the head when it is chopped off.

The heart of the wise man lies quiet like limpid water.

Peace is costly but worth the expense.

What you give, you get, ten times over.

Money cannot talk, yet it can make lies look true.

Ugliness with a good character is better than beauty.


UBWPS; The History & Power Of Locked Hair & Spiral Energy

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European Historian Sir Godfrey Higgins wrote – The originals of all the Gods have been of the black race. The ancients viewed the sacred image of the Divine as Black, with wooly hair being a sign of divinity, called “the hair of the Gods”. 

The Power of Hair

Like Christ, “his son” and all the founders of the worlds religions, God himself had kinky, nappy hair according to the Bible, where God-the “Ancient of days” is described as having hair “like the pure wool”  (Daniel 7;9).  The book of Enoch (46;1) states the same ” There I beheld the Ancient of days, whose head was like white wool….”.  The power that cuases the galaxies to sprial, stars, planets, and atoms to spin, thatcuases the double helix sprial of the DNA molecule all comes from the power of spiral energy that permeates the universe….and beyond for that matter.  In refrence to hair, this element causes spiraling in the hair, and is the core of the ELEMENTS that come in conjunction with those in posession of spiraling hair. While those with nappy, kinky, wooly, bushy or frizzy hair are foremost though of in relation to the spiraling of the hair and it’s energies, it is by no means something only those of these hair types posess. Those with stright hair also have a spiral on their heads. it is blatantly obvious in the whrol pattern at the top rear of the head, from which their hair grows forth from in spiral. Their hair is straight,but it grows forth from a spiral. The differing factor with those with “wooly” hair is that their hair both grows out from the spiral in the top rear of the head, as well as the hair it’s self is coiled, spring-like, and spiraled,containing both properties. Nappy and straight haired people both hold the spiral properties/ powers of spiral energy in their hair.

The words spin, spiral, and spiritual all have common roots. The suppreme and most high power spins and is spiritual. Think in terms of science and that every major working factor in the universe works in a spiral or rotational energy / motion. Think of the planets, think of the forces of nature like hurricanes and tornadoes, and those are the most obvious examples. Without the spi-ral there is no spi-rit and hence, can be no life. Even your blood flows in a spiral in your veins throught your body. In references to hair, it is no wonder Shamans and other spiritual people over time would let their hair grow and lock up spirally, or lock it up spirally. This type of hair was seen as spiritual and ofdivinity, hence it was called “the hair of the Gods”

Hair as antennae which can recieve and transmit energy ; The power / properties of spiral hair

Hair is the reciever and transmitter of divine emanation. it makes you receptive to spiritual forces. Saints and Sages instinctively let their hair grow. Rastafarians regard their locked or “dreadlocked” hair as high tension wires which transmit energy from Jah (God) the Creator, to Rasta (the mirror). Within the temple of God, our head is the Holy of holies as it is our highest point. They see the Hair as a natural crown; like the spire of a Church, our connection with God. Throughout nature, spiraling energy (whirlpools, eddies, tornadoes etc.) manifest at great speed, drawing their energy from the power of the spiral. When waterflows doen the drain, it does so in a spiral, picking up speed as it goes, so much so that it causes a suction. In refrence to hair, energy flowing through spiral hair ( electric properties etc) willpick upextra speed,enhancing thiswhole process and possibly enabling new and further properties. Certainly energy flowing through spiral hair would also spirally enter the millions of nervepaths leading to the brain, and ultimately the “third eye” to facilitate spiritual awareness, telepathy, preception, revelation, thought, and whom knows what else.



The history of spiraled, nappy, and “dreadlocked” hair


The Prophet Jesus was a Nazarite. A vow of the Nazarenes was to never cut their hair but “let the locks of the hair of their head grow” (Num 6;2 & 5 ) and (Lev 19;27 & 21:5). The word Nazarite is from nazar meaning ushorn or consecrated to God. it has nothing , in fact, to do with Nazareth. Further support for this is in India, nazar means sight andinternal orsupernatural vision. The Nazarenes ( also known as the Essenes) were reknown for their Prophets or “seers”.


The most famous example of locked hair, he had seven locks or dreadlocks (Jud 13;5 & 16;17 & 19). Sampson was the judaic version of the Sungod called Shams-On in Arabia, Shamash in Babylon, Hercules in Greece, and  the Sungod Ra in Egypt. Sampson’s seven locks were the sun’s rays with their seven colors or vibrations. his loss of hishair meant the cutting of the Sungod’s rays in the winter season when he comes weak.


She was the African serpent Goddess representing female wisdom and was called the mother of all Gods, whom she bore before childbirth existed. LAter Europen mythos transformed her legend into a Gorgon who had a head ofsnakes for hair and a look that turned men to stone. The truth is obviousin the fact that the true Gorgons were a trinity of Medusa, Stheino, and Euryale or Wisdom, Strength, and Universality. Clearly not names nor attributes of monsters. The hair of Medusa’s headwas not snakes either, but actuallylocks / dreadlocks.

Fu Hsi

The “Son of Heaven” and legendary Emperor of China was of a black complexion and had “wooly” hair.


Buddha of India was Black,that’s why the oldest images of him always depict him with small tight curls (peppercorn style,or in cornrows). Early sculptures clearly portray him as Africoid with him having a wide nose and full lips. In someinstances he even had locks / dreadlocks.

History of Buddha and his Africoid origins ;



Krishna of India was “blue – black”. His name it’s self means “The Black One”. He is always protrayed with Black or Blue skin and even the Cambridge Enclycopedia stated his hair was “wooly” although sometimes depicted as locked/ dreadlocked.

Lao Tse

Lao Tse of Taoism was “born of a virgin, black in complexion, marvelous and beautiful as jasper” as is told. Temples were erected tohim and some even worshipped the wise man as a God.


Quezetzalcoatl Mexico was recognized as the Messiah by seers and astrologers; his head rayed, his complexion black, and his hair woolly.

HCW- CAUCA Informational Index

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The Hacomtaewresdo Combat Arts & Urban Combatives Association is a university of scholarship. From the warrior arts (more commonly referred to as martial arts) history, philosophy, and a multitude of other studies. The following is our informational index copied from the HCW- CAUCA blog. It is the source of where alot of our information and facts come from.


Informational Index

The following is a listing of sources of information of which alot of the facts and knowledge HCW-CAUCA teaches comes from. In scholarship and teaching, it is sometimes necessary to prove your facts or be able to trace where you attain them from. Furthermore, for those whom may want to delve futher into studies, you can go to the source.

When it come to ancient African history, alot of scholars seem to trace many things to Africans or African people. There are some whom say that people of African decent think they originated everything. The misunderstanding in this lies in the history of the Twa or Pygmy peoples. They were the first and orginal people of Africa, and quite frankly the world. The Twa went out (during anciens times) from the Nile Valley Region of Africa and migrated throughout the world. These “small black peoples” as they are referred to, are found in the ancient history of all peoples. The Twa took their knowledge, culture, and advancements with them and hence , left traces everywhere they went. These traces, directly reflect the original foundations of things of an African nature.

True African history has been mis-told, mis- reepresented, and hidden for centuries. HCW-CAUCA’s goal as an institute of culture and learning is to correct the miseducation with the truth. The truth cannot be hidden or denied because it is the way of the universe. Anything that goes against the natural laws of the universe will never prevail.

It is not about, nor has ever been about, what civilization, continent, or people are the greatness. There is greatness inherent in them all and within all people. We study other cultures beyond African ones, and this holistic knowledge teaches us that. Each culture has it’s own uniue story, and this is ours of the African lineage and of the Mother continent.

Online Links

African origins of the martial arts  http://www.nijart.com/archivesarticle1.htm

The African / Kemetic origins of “Karate”  http://www.nijart.com/archivesarticle2.htm

The African / Kemetic orgins of wearing a belt during martial training  http://www.nijart.com/archivesarticle5.htm

Buddha and his Africoid ancestry  http://www.nijart.com/archivearticle4.htm

Nubian Pharaoh Amenemhat  http://www.nijart.com/archivesarticle3.htm

Kushite King Piankhv   http://www.warandgamemsw.com/blog/466520-piankhi/

Sonni Ali of Songhay  http://africanhistory.about.com/od/kingdoms/a/Bio-Sonni-Ali.htm

Warrior king Shaka Zulu of the Zulu, South Africa

Article  http://www.sahistory.org.za/people/king-shaka-zulu

Video  http://youtu.be/-mRz1JlF87c

Video  http://youtu.be/p16LHUxEyJo

King Cetewayo, father of Shaka Zulu   http://www.ijebu.org/conquerors/cetawayo/

African warrior women



Queen Hathesput of Egypt   http://www.kingtutone.com/queens/hatshepsut/

Hannibal Barca

Article  http://history-world.org/hannibal.htm

History Channel Documentary  http://youtu.be/XmW3ZWILLwQ

Origins of man

Science magazine 9-11-87

National geographic October 1998


True African History ; General knowledge

Egypt during the golden age (video) Dr. Legrand Clegg

The theft of African history and concepts (video) Ashra Kwesi

Egypt Revisited (edited by) Ivan Van Sertima

The signs and symbols of primordial man By Albert Churchward

Predynastic Egypt By Alber Churchward

Ancient Egypt, Light of the world By James Brunson

Ruins of Empires By Count C. Volney

Anacalypsis By Godfrey Higgins

Stolen Legacy By Geroge G.M James

The BlackTruth By Asar Jabal

Nile Valley contributions to civillization By Anthony Browder

Egyptian Heiroglyphs By W.V Davies

Book of the beginnings Vol.1 By Gerald Massey

Book of the beginnings Vol.2 (chapter13 in particular) By Gerald Massey

African Holistic Health By Dr. Laila O. Afrika

The Testimony of Tradition By David MacRitchie

From the Browder File By Anthony Browder


True History of the Moors / Moorish Empire

The Story of the Moors In Spain By Stanley Lane-Poole

The Golden Age of the Moors By Ivan Van Sertima

The History of the Moorish Empire in Europe By Samuel Scott

African Presence in Early Europe By Ivan Van Sertima

Nature Knows No Color Line By J.A Rogers

Sex and Race By J.A Rogers

African Origins of Europe

Black Britannia By Edward Scobie

Ancient & Modern Britons By David MacRitchie


African Origins of Asia

Los Angeles Times 9-29-98 ; Chinese Roots Lie In Africa

African Presence in Early Asia By Runoko Rashidi

& Ivan Van Sertima

African Presence in Early China By James Brunson

Nuba Wrestling – The Original Art By Neijel BPG

Kupigana Ngumi ; Root Symbols of Ancient African Civillizations

By Dr. Hasan K. Salim & Sasha Mfundishi Maasi

Meter Neter By Ra Un Nefer Amen


Black Origins of the Americas

Ancient Egypt, Mexico, and the united States By R.A Jairazbhoy

Ancient American Magazine (Issue 17)

We are the Washitaw By Dr. Umar S. Bey


Murr Guide to Pyramids, Mounds, and other Earthworks in America

By Dr. Umar S. Bey

They Came Before Columbus By Ivan Van Sertima

Dawn Voyage, The Black Discovery of America By Micheal Bradley

Ancient Egyptians in Middle and South America By R.A Jairazbhoy

Black Indians By William Katz

Forgotton Founders By Bruce Johansen

The New Indian By S.Steiner

The Nations Within By V. Deloria

Agents of Repression By Churchill ./ Wall

The State of Native America By M.Jaimes

This Land is Our Land By Baxendale / Mc Claine