Waking Up The Africans

Two days ago I finally found time to read what WOKE is all about! God blows my mind! I think I am God’s Scribe, thus I can not get paid for my writing. If I was Satan’s Scribe – the money will pour in -especially if I was a Republican Trumpite Minister of God!

“Don’t tell anyone where this money came from, or – it will dry up!”

Six years ago I wrote a poem titled ‘Wake Up Ye Africans’ and performed it at the Granary on Fifth Street in Eugene – while Kenny Reed played his drums! I had a gnarly stick. An artist rendered a cartoon of me – and the Zulu stick – waved around as I danced! In looking for that poem I came across a photograph of me in front a Victorian house near the Campbell Center. The folks that lived in the house – knew the secret about Martin Eden! You can’t make this shit up! God’s Scribe is shown all the Good Stuff God toys with.

John Presco

In some varieties of African-American Englishwoke is used in place of woken, the usual past participle form of wake.[6] This has led to the use of woke as an adjective equivalent to awake, which has become mainstream in the United States.[6][7] To “stay woke” can express the intensified continuative and habitual grammatical aspect of African American Vernacular English (functioning like habitual be), in essence to always be awake, or to be ever vigilant.[8]

The Third Christ and The Zulu Nazarites

Posted on June 18, 2020 by Royal Rosamond Press

There will be a total eclipse of the son. In this post you see me at the Cog’s house that is not far away from the Mimm’s house.

John ‘The Baptist’

I Am a Zulu Nazarite Prophet

Posted on November 23, 2018by Royal Rosamond Press

I stuck my neck out. People called me insane and wanted me locked up in a mental ward. They gave proof I am a Prophet by persecuting me. They harassed me and tried to take away all my Human and Civil Rights. Umbrella Properties should evict them.

I suspect Kim Hafner lied to our neighbors when she claimed I went off on her evangelicals all the time while in her car, I calling them Nazis. I recall I talked about the Nazis of Charlottesville, where it is being reported Neo-Nazi prophet, Simon Roche, was in the crowd preached racist hatred.

I took a DNA test that showed I was kin to the Schwarzenberg’s. Elizabeth and her son are trying to get back their vast African estate, or, be compensated. We are kin to John Wilson, the Puritan who tried to create a sane bond with native Americans. He was the first Protestant to convert a indigenous person. I will forever be revelent as Trump and his Ult-right prophets are attacking the 9th. Circuit Court, about the immigration of peoples with native genetics. Trump and his evangelical handlers are promoting an End Time Doomsday Cult for Racist White People.

The City Council can not ignore me because I kept my eye on the prize in regards to the Hult Center Celebration of African roots in regards to Gospel Music. I filmed John Gainer who was just honored by the University of Oregon and the Alumni who built the new Black Culture Center.

John Presco

A white nationalist from South Africa was among the hundreds of racists who marched in the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., last year and now says President Donald Trump is his “ray of hope” for the future.

Activist Simon Roche heads a paramilitary group called The Suilanders whose “doomsday prophecy” has its exclusively white following gearing up for what they believe is a brewing race war against Black South Africans, according to CNN. The group has plans to evacuate its members to refugee camps in rural South Africa amid the government’s land redistribution plans.


His mother commented on his visual hallucinations as a toddler, and said that these seemed to disturb him. General Hertzog described him as someone continuously distracted by a maze of imagery and symbolism.[11] 700 visions have been documented.[citation needed]

Van Rensburg interpreted his hallucinations as visions that were usually connected to the welfare of the Boere, the Netherlands and Germany. For example, a vision of the sisal plant was interpreted as a portent of an important meeting, assembly or parliament. Van Rensburg’s visions have been described by some as predictions of local events, such as the death of general Koos de la Rey[3] and the political transition of South Africa.[12] Van Rensburg and his followers have also interpreted his visions as being connected to international events, such as the start of World War I[2] and the rise of Communism.[6] He did not interpret all of his visions, and some have been posthumously applied to more recent events as prophecies.[citation needed]


Wilson was an early advocate of the conversion of Indians to Christianity, and acted on this belief by taking the orphaned son of Wonohaquaham, a local sagamore into his home to educate.[9] In 1647 he visited the “praying Indians” of Nonantum, and noticed that they had built a house of worship that Wilson described as appearing “like the workmanship of an English housewright.”[55] During the 1650s and 1660s, in order to boost declining membership in the Boston church, Wilson supported a ruling known as the Half-Way Covenant, allowing parishioners to be brought into the church without having had a conversion experience.[9]

In November 1633 Wilson made one of his many visits outside Boston, and went to Agawam (later Ipswich), since the settlers there did not yet have a minister.[19] He also visited the natives, tending to their sick, and instructing others who were capable of understanding him. In this regard he became the first Protestant missionary to the North American native people, a work later to be carried on with much success by Reverend John Eliot.





Elisabeth von Pezold, née Princess of Schwarzenberg-Frauenberg

Posted on August 19, 2018by Royal Rosamond Press

Here is my kin.



Elisabeth von Pezold wants the return of property expropriated by the Czechoslovak state in 1947.

Wake Up Ye Africans

Posted on April 27, 2019 by Royal Rosamond Press

I just sent this e-mail to Kehinde Andrews:

Dear Kehinde;

I am amused that you administered your black stamp of disapproval of Harry and Meghan coming to live somewhere in Africa. They are under my protection in so many ways. As a Nazarite, they have my blessing to go where ever they want, and live wherever they please. I was born in Oakland California, and knew the White Panthers, the legal team that defended Angelic Davis. I am kin to a son of a Black Panther. His son, Malcolm, is my grandson’s cousin. My high school sweetheart, is kin to the co-author of ‘Fela This Bitch of a life. She lived with Carlos Moore. You will see a photo of me and his son on my blog.

I am questioning your idea that you arrived at Black Nationalism via academics, and the color of your skin? How does that work? Do you have a religious or spiritual calling? I became a member of the Zulu Nazarite Church. I have – white skin. It occurs to me that I may own a bigger view of Black Nationalism, than any black man on the planet. You may just be a penguin dancing atop the tip of the iceberg.

I think we are destined to meet. I live in Eugene Oregon. I can get you booked at the Hult Center. There’s a large painting of the Hapsburgs I would like to show you. As things stand, you have no connection to the Black Panthers. I can supply you with the proper credentials so that you can go where you will in Panther Nation, with your head held high!


John Presco


Gary and Michael were looking for a new convert to practice on. When I called my kin, drunk, he asked me if I wanted to get sober. I was living in the middle of a Oakland Crack Gang hood, who were my friends, and said they would protect me.

“Yes! I got to get sober, and get out of here!”

“Get on the train. You can stay with me until I get you in a program at Serenity Lane.”

Figuring out that Gary and Michael had imported me for – their salvation work – I discussed the crisis I was in – after a relapse! I told Hilary Larson I had a revelation. She was concerned I would drop out of the program. She bid me to seek and find a higher power – soon! This is when I began to look at John the Baptist the Nazarite for life. Soon after, I wrote on a piece of paper “I am a Nazarite!” and baptized myself.

Five years ago, I went to my Jazz and Poetry Reading with a wand, a piece of driftwood I found on the dam of the Blue River Revivor. I practiced my Zulu-Nazarite dance, and read my poem ‘Wake Up Ye Africans’.

John ‘The Nazarite’

Can white people become Rastafarians?

  • AS RASTAFARIANISM has no official dogma and no formal ‘church’, there is no conversion process. The nearest thing to a church that Rastas have is the Twelve Tribes of Israel Church, which is multi-racial and will accept anyone, without a ceremony, who recognises Haile Selassie I to be one of a long line of prophets. Although it is possible to be a ‘cleanface, baldhead’ Rasta, most Rastafarians follow the Nazarites in that they do not use combs or razors (hence beard and dreadlocks) and do not practise any sort of body piercing or tattooing. Also, most Rastafarians follow some or all of the Pentateuchal dietary laws and live lives not dissimilar to Orthodox Jews. The use of marijuana is not as widespread as the media would like us to believe and alcohol is almost invariably not taken. Belief in H. I. M. Haile Selassie as God Himself has taken a blow recently as the Lion of Judah’s body has been found. Many Rastas will choose not to believe this, as God can never die and ‘Jah live’. Many see Ras Tafari as the final prophet following Jesus, Mohammed, etc., before the fall of Babylon. This illustrates the wide range of belief among Rastas. Therefore, to become a Rasta, one must believe Haile Selassie to be at least a prophet descended from Solomon, practise a pious lifestyle and be righteous, but most importantly gain acceptance among a group of believing Rastafarians. This is not as difficult as it seems for a white person. To find out how to live as a Rasta, just ask one of us.Ras Mikey Simeon, Manchester.

Rosalie Ritz and Upstairs Art Association

Posted on December 9, 2014by Royal Rosamond Press


The Nazarites War With Rome Over Temple

Posted on August 19, 2018by Royal Rosamond Press

I am a Nazarite. Here is my church. I am considering founding Virtual Zimbabwe. Marilyn Reed and I have ended our feud, and love one another again.

I discovered there are two William Wilsons buried in St. Georges a father and son. One died in Windsor Castle. I have an amazing genealogy with much history. Stop attacking me and getting in my way!

John Presco

Marcus Mosiah Garvey Jr. ONH (17 August 1887 – 10 June 1940)[1] was a Jamaican-born political leader, publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, and orator.[2] He was first President-General of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL).[2][3] He also was President and one of the directors of the Black Star Line, a shipping and passenger line incorporated in Delaware. The Black Star Line went bankrupt and Garvey was imprisoned after a trial that was “probably politically motivated” for mail fraud in the selling of its stock.[4] Even though Garvey’s conviction was upheld on appeal, his sentence was commuted in 1927.[5] Advocates of African Redemption have openly sought to have him exonerated since 1987, continuing to the present day.[6][7]

Prior to the 20th century, leaders such as Prince HallMartin DelanyEdward Wilmot Blyden, and Henry Highland Garnet advocated the involvement of the African diaspora in African affairs. Garvey was unique in advancing a philosophy to inspire a global mass movement and economic empowerment focusing on Africa known as Garveyism.[3] Garveyism would eventually inspire others, ranging from the Nation of Islam to the Rastafari movement (which proclaim Garvey as a prophet) and the Black Power Movement of the 1960s.[8] Garveyism intended persons of African ancestry in the diaspora to “redeem” the continent of Africa and put an end to European colonialism. His essential ideas about Africa are stated in an editorial in the Negro World entitled “African Fundamentalism”, where he wrote: “Our union must know no clime, boundary, or nationality … to let us hold together under all climes and in every country …”[9]

Garvey paid attention to and was inspired by Ireland, naming a headquarters in Harlem “Liberty Hall” after the building in Ireland, which was the headquarters of the ITGWU and the Irish Citizen Army. Garvey believed “We have a cause similar to the cause of Ireland”. He supported the Irish hunger striker Terence MacSwiney and helped organise support for a boycott of British shipping.[25][26] Garvey drew parallels between the two struggles. When the “President of the Irish Republic“, Eamon De Valera came to America in 1919 for a tour of the state Garvey sent a telegram to De Valera saying “Please accept sympathy of the Negroes of the world for your cause. We believe Ireland should be free even as Africa should be free for the Negroes of the world. Keep up the fight for a free Ireland”.[27] In July 1919 he stated that “the time has come for the Negro race to offer up its martyrs upon the altar of liberty even as the Irish [had] given a long list from Robert Emmet to Roger Casement.[27] On 11 December 1921 he spoke of the Anglo-Irish Treaty saying “I am glad that Ireland has won some modicum of self-government. I am not thoroughly pleased with the sort of freedom that is given to them, but nevertheless I believe they have received enough upon which they can improve.”[27]


A tale of hard work, misfortune, bad organisation and egos; but we will see the building restored…will you help?


One of our People Everyday, Ladi, discusses the hypocrisy of the nation-state.

Sistas in the Struggle: The Radical Feminism of the Black Panthers

Watch Dr Althea Legal-Miller and Nicole Andrews discuss the legacy of Black women in Black Panther Party.

OBU: Video page available NOW

OBU has recorded a number of events and talks that explain the politics and plans of the organisation as well as getting advice from Dr Umar Johnson and Immortal Technique. Visit the page to see OBU explained.

Year X

OBU Celebrates the Legacy of Malcolm X

2015 marks 90 years since Malcolm X was born and 50 years since his assasination. OBU has dubbed 2015 YEAR X and will be running a series of event throughout the year exploring his legacy.

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