AFRICA... THANK YOU
THE WORLD WOULD NOT HAVE HISTORY WITHOUT AFRICA
In November 2017, I started to blog about the History of Religion and more precisely, the role of "women" in the History of Religion. In "Christianity and sex" and "La Papesse", I explain how the representation of a woman in arts could shape the emergence of a philosophy that later became "Christianity". You will find in the forum a discussion about The Lady Philosophy and I discuss in the Theosdoron blog the content of all my research related to my artwork.
Recently, I applied online for a position in UCLA. After my application was done and after a while without any response from the University of California, I decided to post my syllabus on Academia.edu. In less than one month, my profile raised in the top 3% and my paper about African History is ranked in the top 2%. I took a subscription with Academia.edu and discovered that my readers where all profiles of people, teachers, students, American and foreigners, so I decided to revive this website about "Silent Africa" and I will start to post my lectures online.
As you may not know it, I have been an ethnographer from 1992 to 1998 until my research was pirated by the UNESCO. I changed my field of work to research on the Geometry of Pi and Phi Golden Ratios. This research brought me in Africa. Even if my research is not linear, I never stopped to add one page to another and my motivations really took sense when I blogged about religion. I want a better world. I guess that what I really want to understand about religion is how it can make the world better.