To Orwell Today,

Dear Jackie,

I live in Kigali and I appreciate what you are doing for Rwanda and its leaders. To let the world know about our country.

When you came to Rwanda, please, please, I would like to meet you and discuss with you. You are not the only one having spiritual connexion to Rwanda. The whole world have spiritual connexion to Rwanda.

Just few example:

Rwigema's name is GISA. Gisa is the Kinyarwanda word for GIZA in Egypt. When I was learning about ancient Egypt, in the Book of Dead, they say that the Pyramid of Giza was constructed to remind them of their origin. Which might be Sudan. But in that period, Sudan was known as i Butumbi. The Head of the Lion you see on the Gisa Pyramid, is a symbol here of people who funded Butumbi (Sudan), they are known as children of Sabigabo, namely Nkuba and Mushambo.

So Rwigema bear a great name in the History of Africa.

The ancient elder of President Paul Kagame (he was called Makara, root of Abega) he is considered as a god in India.

One of ancient ancestors of our Minister of Foreign Affairs Charles Muligande, (he was known as Kimari) Kimari is considered as a god by Indians of the United States of America. This name is revealed by Aztec people.

My own ancient elder, His name is well known in Sudan. Kerma is a great ancient civilazation of the world. His name is known in Rwanda as Karema.

Jackie, the whole world is spiritually connected to Rwanda. Before you came, if you can get a documentary untitled "The Journey of Man", watch it, because it will help you understand what I will tell you about this country. The producer showed the human journey from Africa, I will help you understand the journey of human from Tanzania to Rwanda, then from Rwanda to other part of the world.

I appreciate your love for this country and its leaders.

MANA Y'I RWANDA HA IMIGISHA Jackie (God of Rwanda, bless Jackie)
Amani Athar

Greetings Amani,

Thank you very much for explaining why I feel spiritually connected to Rwanda and why you believe (as do I now) that the whole world is spiritually connected to Rwanda.

Landlocked Rwanda is the source of the Nile, which feeds into Lake Victoria, which is larger than the country of Rwanda itself. And the fresh water from Lake Victoria flows from the heart of Africa to the sea, just as the fresh blood from our bodylocked heart flows to sustain the life of our body, which begins in the sea inside our mother's womb.

In a December 1962 speech President John Fitzgerald Kennedy said:

"I really don't know why it is that all of us are so committed to the sea,
except I think it's because in addition to the fact that
the sea changes, and the light changes, and ships change,
it's because we all came from the sea.
And it is an interesting biological fact that all of us have, in our veins
the exact same percentage of salt in our blood that exists in the ocean,
and, therefore, we have salt in our blood, in our sweat, in our tears.
We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea
-- whether it is to sail or to watch it
-- we are going back from whence we came."

Look at the map of Africa. Imagine it's the torso of a human being facing outward. On the left side, where a person would rest their right hand in order to feel the beat of their heart, is where Rwanda is located on the map. Just as our beating heart forces blood through our veins, so does the beating heart of Rwanda force life-creating water through the rivers of Africa to the world.

God of the World, bless Rwanda and all of us,
Jackie Jura

PS - I went to the travel agent yesterday and received the good news that costs to Rwanda are in our financial ballpark and so I can now say that my husband and I will be coming to Rwanda this summer and I will be happy to meet you (and will try and rent "The Journey of Man" and watch it before I come)

...conversation continues in SABIZEZE IN RWANDA HISTORY


Team reaches Nile's true source (many rivers feed Lake Victoria) & Rwanda is the source of the Nile ("This is the most incredible country of all. We'll help put Rwanda on the map."). BBC/Telegraph, Apr 1, 2006

Map of Africa, by Africa Action

Jackie Jura
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