Contrary to popular belief, the Dogon are not just a small tribe that lives in Mali; the Dogon are composed of many different bloodlines that represent the elite of the Pharaonic society. The Dogon once lived in the Nile Valley, but they migrated inland during the invasion around 400 BC. Today the Dogon live in many countries throughout Africa. The Dogon can be seen as Kemetic people who, during the periods of invasion, migrated so that their culture and spirituality could be kept pure. Master Naba presents the reader with that purity and authenticity in this volume of his collected essays, The Philosophy Podium.
“Given the infinite possibilities of time, place, and space it is almost incredible that we had the chance to walk this Earth as contemporaries of Naba. But it is really no chance; his work, his perspective is the synchronicity, the healing salve for the now.”
-Nati Kamau-Nataki -
Publisher & Owner of Afrikan World Books
Neb Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig was the founding director of The Earth Center, an international organisation promoting and preserving authentic Kemetic culture. This is a re-release of his first volume of philosophical essays with a foreword by his son and heir Naba Lamoussa Bassirou.