Saturday, 8 January 2011

khalid yassen talks about death

knowledge is the way forward its Typical Topical Afrotropical

Thursday, 6 January 2011


Are devils and demonic force at play and what they dont you all to really know about it will be disscussed on this highly popular bcfm radio show with a new co presenter this season and myself CYRUS DA VIRUS there can only be 1.

After editing out the most controversial bits the show will be aired tonight at 10pm only on BCfm 93.2

Or just listen to the podcast right here on the player below.


Keep an eye on this blog if you want to hear the bits they took out, coming soon.

The Typical Topical Afrotropical show is the only black discussion show in Bristol. Catch us every Thursday at 1pm only on Bristol Community Radio BCfm 93.2

Typical Topical Afrotropical Show 16th December


The very last show of 2010 had great year working and developing this highly rated show on bcfm radio 93.2 fm last guest of the year was a jamican reggae artist Tall Rich now living in Bristol.

Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Was this a result White Mans Magic??

Was Joanna Yeates a victim of white man’s magic? Ate the police considering these possibilities? By dismissing the ritual murder hypothesis could detectives be wasting precious time in this investigation? look at more at this link

Thursday, 30 December 2010

Suge Knight arrested for the murder of TUPAC SHAKUR


Saturday, 4 December 2010

Queen of Sheba’s Palace Found in Ethiopia

Queen of Sheba’s Palace Found in Ethiopia

Queen Sheba's Palace Ruins
A team of archaeologists from the University of Hamburg said they discovered the Queen of Sheba’s palace and an altar that may have once held the Ark of the Covenant in Axum, Ethiopia.
A Christian king built a new palace over the 10th-century B.C. structure, which probably didn’t survive for very long, the university said in a statement. The altar, oriented toward the star Sirius, has two columns and may have been where the Ark of the Covenant, the holiest treasure of early Judaism, was kept until the first temple was built in Axum, the researchers said.
“The special significance of this altar must have been handed down over centuries,” the statement said. “This is shown by the many sacrifices found around this spot.”
The Ark of the Covenant, featured in the Indiana Jones movie “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” was kept in Jerusalem for centuries, according to the Old Testament. After Jerusalem was conquered by the Babylonians in the 6th century B.C., the ark’s fate isn’t documented in the Bible and it entered the realm of legend.
Ethiopian Christians contend that the ark left Jerusalem much earlier — during the realm of Solomon — and was brought to Ethiopia, where it has long been enshrined in a church and is now accessible only to its guardian, a monk. This theory was explored by the British author Graham Hancock in “The Sign and the Seal.”
Fate of the Ark
The Hamburg team led by Helmut Ziegert has for nine years been investigating the origins of the Ethiopian state and the Ethiopian orthodox church. The central purpose of the field trip was to find out how Judaism arrived in Ethiopia in the 10th century B.C., and to seek clues to the present location of the Ark of the Covenant, the university said.
The palace built over the Queen of Sheba’s home was also aligned with the star Sirius, the statement said. The researchers conjecture that the second palace was built by Menelik, who, legend has it, was the son of Sheba and King Solomon.
The results of the Hamburg field trip suggest that together with Judaism and the Ark of the Covenant, a cult worshipping Sirius came to Ethiopia and practiced its religion until about 600 A.D., the university said.
According to the Old Testament, God ordered Moses to build the Ark of the Covenant, a box made of acacia wood and plated with gold. It is believed to have contained the tablets listing the Ten Commandments….

Source - rastalivewire