Recommended Guest Authors

Michael Tellinger is the South African author of Ubuntu Contributionism and was a guest on the Cosmic Disclosure show for two episodes in Season 3. Corey Goode said that the Secret Space Program is very excited about Ubuntu (cooperation instead of competition) as the basis for creating a better world culture.

 

However, Ubuntu was first introduced to the West by Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa whom President Nelson Mandela appointed as Chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Archibshop Tutu says that there can be no Ubuntu with Reconciiation. Perhaps Archbishop Tutu will available (at age 94). to lead the proposed UN Year of Reconciliation in 2024. The world must heal from 500+ years of colonialism and neo-colonialism before Ubuntu can succeed!

Ubuntu is a part of African culture going back to ancient Egypt. So, an understanding of the philosophical context of Ubuntu, is important for it to succeed in the West. Dr. Muata Ashby's book Ancient Egyptian Economics shows that Ubuntu is based on the The Principles of Maat which kept Egypt stable, prosperous, and the light of the world for thousands of years.

 

The Principles of Maat were the foundation for Enlightenment which was central to ancient Egypt. This concept was lost in the West when Egypt declined. Psychiatrist Dr. Edward Bruce Bynum shows in his books the connection between Enlightenment, the Pineal Gland, and Melanin. Peter Gandy's book is discussed further below.

Recommended Guest Authors for the Cosmic Disclosure Show

  1. Dr. Edward Bruce Bynum

  2. Archbishop Desmond Tutu

  3. Dr. Muata Ashby

  4. Peter Gandy

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Desmond Tutu introduced the concept of Ubuntu to the Western world. President Nelson Mandela appointed him as Chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa. In his book, No Future Without Forgiveness, Archbishop Tutu emphasizes the importance of Reconciliation in Ubuntu and points out that that "true reconciliation cannot be achieved by denying the past".

 

Perhaps Archbishop Tutu would be available (at age 94) to help lead the United Nations Year of Reconciliation in 2024 as the world must now heal from 500+ years of colonialism and neo-colonialism before it there is any chance of Ubutu succeeding.

 

Amazon says: "Desmond Mpilo Tutu won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984 and was the second black person ever to receive it. In 1986, he was elected archbishop of Cape Town, the highest position in the Anglican Church in South Africa. In 1994, after the end of apartheid and the election of Nelson Mandela, Tutu was appointed as chair of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate apartheid-era crimes. His policy of forgiveness and reconciliation has become an international example of conflict resolution, and a trusted method of post-conflict reconstruction. He is currently the chair of The Elders, where he gives vocal defense of human rights and campaigns for the oppressed."