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The Movement Of Africa

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Africa: “Lady Africa”

The process and study of the movement, collision and division of continents tells us that there are seven regions commonly regarded as continents: Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America.

supercontinent that existed from the Neoproterozoic (about 550 Ma. million years ago) until about 180 million years ago). The formation of Gondwana began c. 800 to 650 Ma with the East African Orogeny, the collision of India and Madagascar with East Africa. The remnants of this supercontinent make up about two thirds of today’s continental area, including South America, Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Indian Subcontinent and Arabia.

Godwana

A region of Gondwana that drifted away from East Africa about 160 million years ago, around the Middle Jurassic period. The region experienced high volcanic activity and plate subdivisions, creating Madagascar, Seychelles, Antarctica, Austrolasia and the Indian subcontinent basin. The Indian subcontinent drifted northeastwards, colliding with the Eurasian plate nearly 55 million years ago, towards the end of Paleocene. This geological region largely include Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

The zone where the Eurasian and Indian subcontinent plates meet remains one of the geologically active areas, prone to major earthquakes.

The geological region once included

  • Madagascar,
  • Seychelles,
  • Antarctica and
  • Austrolasia

The Kuunga orogeny (from Swahili, “to unite”) is an orogeny that occurred in South-east Africa during the Ediacaran and Cambrian. Composed of three separate orogenic belts (Damara, Zambesi, and Lurio) that are slightly younger than the East African orogeny, the Kuunga orogeny documents the collision between north and south Gondwana, or what is today Dronning Maud Land in Antarctica and northern Mozambique in Africa.

The Damara orogeny was part of the Pan-African orogeny. The Damara orogeny occurred late in the creation of Gondwana, at the intersection of the Congo and the Kalahari crayons.

The Damara orogeny involved the suturing of the Congo–São Francisco and Río de la Plata cratons at 580–550 Ma (together with India forming northern Gondwana) before the amalgamation of the Kalahari and Mawson cratons in the Kuunga–Damara orogeny at 530 Ma (southern Gondwana).

The Adamastor Ocean closed southwards from the Araçuaı́ Belt (São Francisco Craton, now in South America) to the Kaoko Belt (Congo Craton, now in Africa) 580–550 Ma and 545–530 Ma Gariep Belt (Kalahari Craton, now in southern Africa). The Damara orogeny saw a peak in deformation and metamorphism at 530–500 Ma. Thrusting occurred onto the Kalahari Craton until 480 Ma.

Río de la Plata docked to Congo before the closure of the Damara Belt oceans (Mozambique and Khomas) which made the Damara orogeny part of the Kuunga orogeny which stretched from Antarctica to India across Africa. All African cratons had been assembled by c. 550 Ma and the last stages of the Damara–Kuunga Orogeny (the final amalgamation of north and South Gondwana) were intra-cratonic.

The Damara orogeny created the Naukluft Mountains in central Namibia between 550 Ma and 495 Ma.

The Pan-African orogeny, led to the amalgamation of most of the continental fragments of a much older supercontinent, Rodinia. One of those orogenic belts, the Mozambique Belt, formed 800 to 650 Ma and was originally interpreted as the suture between East (India, Madagascar, Antarctica, and Australia) and West of this Supercontinent was (Africa and South America). Three orogenies were recognized during the 1990s: the East African Orogeny (650 to 800 Ma) and Kuunga orogeny (including the Malagasy Orogeny in southern Madagascar) (550 Ma), the collision between East Gondwana and East Africa in two steps, and the Brasiliano orogeny(660 to 530 Ma), the successive collision between South American and African cratons.

The Mozambique Ocean separated the Congo–Tanzania–Bangweulu Block of central Africa from Neoproterozoic India (India, the Antongil Block in far eastern Madagascar, the Seychelles, and the Napier and Rayner Complexes in East Antarctica). The Azania continent (much of central Madagascar, the Horn of Africa and parts of Yemen and Arabia) was an island in the Mozambique Ocean.

Rodinia

Many geologists consider that the Mozambique Ocean formed during the break-up of  between 800 and 700 million years ago, accompanied by volcanic activity. Magmatism from this period is found in East Africa and Madagascar, although not in the southern Mozambique Belt. The ocean probably separated the Kalahari craton from the combined Congo  Tanzania craton, and separated the Madagascar-India block from the Congo-Tanzania block. The ocean began closing between Madagascar-India and Congo-Tanzania between 700 and 580 million years ago, with closure between 600 and 500 million years ago. The world is on the move called movement of civilization.

The Pan-African orogeny was a series of major Neoproterozoic orogenic events which related to the formation of the supercontinents and Pannotia about 600 million years ago.

This orogeny is also known as the Pan-Gondwanan or Saldanian Orogeny. The Pan-African orogeny and the Grenville orogeny are the largest known systems of orogenies on Earth. The sum of the continental crust formed in the Pan-African orogeny and the Grenville orogeny makes the Neoproterozoic the period of Earth’s history that has produced most continental crust.

Orogenic belts comprising the Pan-African system include:

• The Arabian-Nubian Shield, extending from Ethiopia to the southern Levant, it is associated with the opening of the Red Sea.

• The Mozambique Belt, extending from east Antarctica through East Africa up to the Arabian-Nubian Shield, formed as a suture between plates during the Pan-African orogeny. The Mozambique ocean began closing between Madagascar-India and the Congo-Tanzania craton between 700 and 580 million years ago, with closure between 600 and 500 million years ago.

• The Zambezi Belt branches off the Mozambique Belt in northern Zimbabwe and extends into Zambia.

• The Damara Belt is exposed in Namibia between the Congo and Kalahari cratons and continues southwards into the coastal Gariep and Saldania Belts and northwards into the Kaoko Belt. It is the result of closure of the Adamastor and Damara oceans and includes two horizons associated with a severe equator-ward glaciation explained by the Snowball Earth hypothesis.

• The Lufilian Arc is most likely a continuation of the Damara Belt in Namibia to which it connects in northern Botswana. It is a broad arc reaching as far north as the southern DRC and Zambia.

• The Gariep and Saldania belts run along the western and southern edge of the Kalahari Craton. Also the result of the closure of the Adamastor Ocean, the marine deposits, seamounts, and, ophiolites they contain were accreted onto the Kalahari margin around 540 Ma. They include the granite at Sea Point, Cape Town visited by Charles Darwin in 1836.

• The Kaoko Belt branches north-west from the Damara Belt into Angola. Also produced by the closure of the Adamastor Ocean, this belt includes a shear zone known as the 733-550 Ma-old Puros lineament in southern Angola. It contains 2030-1450 Ma-old, strongly deformed basement rocks, probably derived from the Congo Craton, mixed with Late Archaean granitoid gneisses of unknown origin. No island arcs or ophiolote are known from the Kaoko Belt.

• The West Congo Belt is the product of 999-912 Ma-old rifting along the western margin of the Congo Craton followed by the formation of a foreland basin onto which the belt was deposited 900-570 Ma. In the western belt allochthonous Palaeo- and Mesoproterozoic basement rocks override the foreland sequence. It includes glacial deposits similar to those in the Lufilian Arc and is conjugate to the Araçuaí Belt in Brazil.

• The 3000 km-long Trans–Saharan Belt runs north and east of the more than 2000 Ma-old West African Craton bordering the Tuareg and Nigerian shields. It consists of a strongly deformed pre-Neoproterozoic basement and Neoproterozoic oceanic rocks containing ophiolite, accretionary prisms, arc-related and high-pressure metamorphic rocks dated to 900-520 Ma.

• The Central African belts between the Congo and Nigerian shields consists of Neoproterozoic rocks and deformed granitoids interlayered with wedges of Palaeoproterozoic basement. The southern part is the product of a continental collision during which it was thrusted onto the Congo Craton. The central and northern parts are thrust-and-shear zones correlated with similar structures in Brazil. The belts in Central Africa continue east as the Oubanguide Belt with which they form the Central African Shear Zone.

• The Saharan Metacraton between the Hoggar Mountains and the Nile river consists of an Archaean-Palaeoproterozoic basement overprinted by Pan-African granitoids.

• The Rokelide Belt passes along the western margin of the Archaean Man Shield in the southern West African Craton. It was intensely deformed during the Pan-African orogeny with a peak reached around 560 Ma and can be an accretionary belt.

AfricaAFRICA is feminine. The African Continent is back to be the center part of the movement of civilization and this time it is at the drivers seat of the vehicle of civilization called the Markabah. The African continent is the mother of all life. She is clothed in diamonds, in gold, in rubies, in pearls, in sapphires, in platinum, …etc..Her name is Al-fric !!!

This is important to understand that the connection to the global women movement is linked with the awakening of the African continent.

This might be easier for the French or the French speaking to understand, because in the French language when trying to determine which preposition to use with a country or continent, the only difficulty is in knowing its gender. In French, Africa is feminine.

There is stronger evidence from genetic data, scientists have released a claim that the origins of life lie in Africa. Infact all animals move to Africa after passing away. The world’s 6,000 or so modern languages may have all descended from a single ancestral tongue spoken by early African humans between 50,000 and 70,000 years ago.

Natural dividing and movement of plates Land is good for growth but the colonial divisions of the African land was for oppression, exploitation and slavery of the people and the continent. During the scramble for Africa for instance, the 1885 Berlin conference. The British, the French, the Portuguese, the Belgians, the Germans, the Spanish, and the Italians divided the delicious cake of Africa.

From 1885 to 2014 is exactly 129 years. It seems as though it will forever remain in this condition. It will take a global effort to restore her. This time Africans must be included, and play a leading role in taking care of their own continent.

The restoration of Africa will benefit everyone because it will bring about peace and greater advancement to all humanity. It is to all humanity to repair her, even those who didn’t initially played a role during imperialism, yet benefited from her these past centuries.

Nelson Mandela said it best, “freedom cannot be achieved unless the women have been emancipated from all forms of oppression“. Her freedom is our freedom.

The movement or evolution of humanity, grace revolution, enlightenment and knowledge brought development/growth and civilization to the West. Humanity moved from Africa in order to spread around the world’s continents; as Africa and Africans we remained, the continent lagged behind. As people moved, stretching themselves, the heavens and the universe assisted them by providing them with prophets or leadership that will usher them into new knowledge and understanding that will assist them in development & growth; moving forward the wheel of civilization.

Thanks to Great Mother God and the gatekeepers of knowledge from the unseen world, Africans can now access the ultimate enlightenment of knowledge and wisdom to a bright continent. 2014 as promised to us, was indeed that year of Glory!

Some scientists today claim that there is no God (or Divine or higher force of intelligence), as though science is not part of knowledge that opened to them centuries ago!

Africa will once more enjoy the same thing, to feel the confidence and the pleasure of being remembered by the Divine as a unified people, a unified continent. Africans all over the world awaits the respect that other races enjoy today.  For nous – Africans, women :-we embrace our own prophetess, Re

We as Africa finally have a leader that will unify African countries(the African continent). Africans didn’t divide their continent to what we know today: Africa is a continent and a country at the same time. Nelson Mandela conquered the dignity of all -Africans and inspired the African continent and the world. We know that if he didn’t spend so much time in jail, he could have continued to spread the massage of unity for Africa and the African people.

African leadershipSome Africans today utter complains about what Nelson Mandela didn’t do for them economically, they blame him for the economical inequalities that exist in South Africa today. This is a sign of how we as a people can be blinded by our own lack of courage, how we can lack understanding and appreciation to those who sacrifices for our freedom. Dismantling of the Apartheid system and restoring dignity to black South Africans was just an initial step of victory that took our leaders including Nelson Mandela decades of persistent leadership under difficult circumstances. It should never be taken lightly, we should be grateful and keep the light burning. The torch has exchanged hands, now we must spread that spirit all across Africa and above that, instill the fire of entrepreneurship by not compromising our values or betraying ourselves, because entrepreneurship is that biggest indication of unified and an enlightened land.

Light your staff, and keep the light burning! ~Re

Living in Europe has granted the African diaspora a better understanding on how Africans are viewed or perceived by other cultures or races because they face this issue head on outside the continent. This has helped us to do soul searching and to understand really who we are.

For example, when an ordinary person lives inside Africa, they see themselves as Zulu first (tribal mentality) then as a South African (nationalist) often doesn’t consider the entire continent of Africa or the whole world. Today the west is inclining towards the same thing to be more nationalist and closed whereas their kings and philosophers helped unify Europeans. We as Africa however we are moving towards unity now as part of our increase consciousness we will want to see a united Africa and desire to see a powerful Africa.

Today in 2014, Africans all across the globe have been asking God and crying out for their messiah and asking for justice and God has finally answered their prayers. In USA, African Americans are crying out for equality, young teenage boys or black men are gunned down by police officers like animals. Africans in Europe are subjected to extreme prejudice and labels, struggling to get opportunities regardless of their education. The truth is; until Africa has their own messiah to repair Her and Africans allowed to trade fairly; The world will not be able to advance into this dream of the golden age and Africans will never get the respect they deserve. One rich African here and there is not enough, we want an enlightened rich people- one successful African here and there is not enough. We need a continent with its 1.111 billion people uplifted, living in dignity, respect and walking with their heads held high.

 

Africa, Africans Meet Your Prophetess, meet your Christ, The Buddha, Queen Bee 🐝 , It is She, your one and only – our Beacon Of Light: Re the second in the Holy Trinity!

Appointed prophets and leadership brings fertility, fecundity, healing, restoration and so much more to the land and its people. It brings about good fortune, civilisation, pride and dignified social good or social justice/laws to govern in peace and fairness.

Prophets or Spiritual leadership are crucial for the land and its people;

Prophets help unify all gods or spirits into submission to One. That One, doesn’t judge, discriminate, demand, weighing down people of the land. Prophets also speak hope on the land…their words clothed in supernatural power, echo in the universe through eternity, accomplishing their words and what they were sent out for!

⁃ too many gods, bring confusion, stagnation, defeat and cycle of curses to the land and its people.
⁃ currently Africa has too many gods or spirits than any other continent because its the oldest habitation for humanity, making it even more harder for its people to succeed.

Most African artists die when they reach 33years or before reaching the age of 40years; transformation begins age 33 and life begins at 40. This premature death happens because the land (the soil) itself in our continent was raging against its own native produce favorable to European immigrants.

⁃  Understanding spirituality in 2014 has advanced, so do not fear to be too late or behind or being last. Everything has its own time and its time for Africa!

Being last is not always the bad position as long as you do not remain there. Your success also does not take from anybody else’s success. There is enough resources, but not enough new ideas, innovation and creativity in order to create even more. What we also need now is to master the distribution process.

⁃ Finally, this One Great God is not masculine, but a balanced male and female energies (Both a Mother and a Father); today She is!

Today the feminine side of God is stronger on earth and we will see quite a significant amount of female leadership rise through out all continents. Again, female leadership does not nullify male leadership. Resources are even more important, financial strength and off-course good quality leadership, not so much the emphasis on gender when it comes to the aspect of leadership.

People often ask this question, especially Africans born in other continents, “how can Africa give the world diamonds and still beg the west for clean water?

Religions such as Christianity, Islam, Russian/Greek orthodox were brought to Africans from other continents….yet Africans kill each other over foreign religions. Religion is no more important than clean water to drink, than language, than electricity, than good transportation vehicles and infrastructure. The solution is to be enlightened.

Religion in its true meaning is not things to do in order to please God. Religion is a way to shred the self and realize the true self. Religions are given to each people to help them to transform. It is not a list of do’s and don’t’s and how’s or when’s. Religion is brought to prophets to teach people that an individual is the walking church, the work is within; we transform within. The church is within. You are the tree of life, gain knowledge enlightenment and wisdom .. to breath oxygen in your community. As Africans we were robbed this basic knowledge and to not have our own prophets or foundation made us vulnerable to religions that came to enslave us even more.

Philosophy, cultures, arts and all knowledge come from within the African body. No need to prosecute your neighbor for believing different than you. People are drawn to success, If his or her beliefs do not harm you or your environment, and abides to the laws of the state, does not impose on you then live in peace with your neighbor, for human rights is but the core of civilization.

“Continental or national confusion comes from lack of leadership, unfulfilled promises and a sense of being forgotten.”    ~Re

I take this opportunity to introduce myself to you:

Africa, I,  Re Plicc , honourably take this opportunity to introduce myself to you as your Divinely appointed anointed prophet or prophetess. The prophetesss or leader for the African continent and its people. The Sun of this golden age of the Aquarius age! The arch of the covenant, A new, old and returned Christ! The Queen Bee 🐝 The Buddha, your Beacon Of Light!

Soon you will meet your Mom Father- Inyanga enkulu Tatcho Music, born in Cameroon for such a time to be our archangel Gabriel the Holy Ghost and third in the Holy Trinity.

Tata Nelson Mandela passed away 2013/5 Dec, “today, the torch has exchanged hands…receive it, we will support you to run with it“… said the universe to us!

The Torch Exchanged Hands

The Torch Exchanged Hands

I Am the leader for united #Africa, the mother of the world’s citizen, united races, united spiritual knowledge and I Am wealth and I Am wisdom.

Join us in heart for the healing of our mother continent: Africa. She will regain strength and receive enlightenment, but most importantly, Africa will begin to gain financial prosperity that will advance her infrastructure, education system, stability, eradication of diseases and poverty as the people begin to live in dignity. No more brain drain, no more unnecessary losses.

G8 Nations will stand in her support for her swift shift. *8 will bring her to full restoration! All 7planets transformed to femininity, Planet Nine shall provide this as instructed by our Great Mother God.

#LightConeThe Shift

Catch it, it’s here!

The World

Africa on the Move

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