1. Dr. John McLean, Sunday School Teacher, Metropolitan Baptist Church, Detroit, MI; Retired Professor of Chemistry, University of Detroit
  2. Dr. Ben. The Need for a Black Bible.
  3. Geddes MacGregor’s A literary History of the Bible, etc. for a historical evaluation and detail of the facts so far disclosed
  4. Class notes from Colgate Rochester Divinity School, Rochester, New York
  5. Personal notes from Dr Leonard Jeffries lecture on “Religion and Survival”, New York City College
  6. Dr. John Henrik Clarke lecture notes, Clinton Correctional Facility, 1990
  7. Christopher Columbus and the African Holocaust, 1997
  8. History of Christianity” by Dr. Robert Emptage, Ashland Theological Seminary. February 21, 1997
  9. John Jackson’s article on “The Moors
  10. Ivan Van Sertima’s book, The Moors of Spain
  11. The Moorish Journal (Bey)
  12. The Egyptian Pyramids, by J.P. Lepre (McFarland Publishing)
  13. Cheikh Ante Diop’s Civilization or Barbarism, chapter 3, 16,17
  14. Dr. Russell Morton (Ashland Theological Seminary), “Short History of the Bible” in English up to the Translation of the Authorized King James Version
  15. Josephus, The Jewish Wars
  16. Joseph Fitzmeyer, A Christiological Cathechism
  17. Professor Gonzalez, History of Christianity(?)
  18. Cheikh Ante Diop, (China), pg. 52,54,131,142-3, 196-7, AMP state in , 136-37, 188,191-2, revolutionin 9th c AD, 139,143-7, 393. Civilization or Barbarism
  19. Norman Perrin, What is Redaction Criticism?
  20. Leonardo Boff, Ecclesiogenesis: Base Communities reinvent the Church
  21. Kenneth Cauthen, “Prayer, Providence and the Problem of Evil” lecture series, Colgate Rochester Divinity School (1985)
  22. The Rape of the Nile, by Brian Fagan
  23. Egypt: Length of the World, by Gerald Massey 2 vol.
  24. Natural Genesis
  25. Who is this King of Glory?
  26. Shadow of the Third Century
  27. The Lost Christianity
  28. History of East Africa, by Basil Davidson
  29. The Negro in Colonial America
  30. Destruction of Black Civilization, by Chancellor Williams
  31. Ancient and Modern Britons, by Ben Isma-El Tribe
  32. The Indians of North America, by John McIntosh
  33. Philosophy of History by Edward Chaldoon
  34. The Ruins of Civilization by Count C.F. Volney
  35. Black Who Died for Jesus, by Marc Hyman
  36. Cruicifixion in Ancient Palestine, Qurman Literature, and the New Testament“, The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, Vol.40, 1978. Joseph Fitzmeyer, S.J. The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. 20064
  37. Islam and the early caliphs of Islam
  38. Chrisitianity, Islam and the Negro, by Edmund Blightman
  39. Enclyclopedia of Islam
  40. Slave Trade in the Indian Ocean
  41. ***When the prophet was born, half of Arabia was an Ethiopian colony****
  42. Pillars of Ethiopian History by WIlliam O. Hansberry (Chapter 4)
  43. The Mediterranean War in Ancient Times
  44. El Jahees (Barnes and Noble) 8th Century iraq. 10th-11th c. North Africa
  45. Hard Times Among the Neanderthals” by Eric Trinkhaus and T.Dale Stewart: Natural History (December 1978). Authors aregued that the Neanderthal skeletal materials collected by coroners indicate that the bones “exhibited” a much greater number of violence inflicted injuries than any comparable number of bones from other groups of human ancestors…this proven Neanderthal aggression had been passed on to their modern European descendants. (Michael Bradley, pg. 4)
  46. Primordial Waters of Nun
  47. Amenta (Hourning, 1986, King, 1990)
  48. Principales, by St. Augustine
  49. Barbatos: The First Israel by Lionel Hutchinson
  50. Trial and Error by Cam Whitesman ChamberlainEurope
  51. Israel in Europe by William Katz; chapter called “The Jews in Spain”
  52. South America had 16 synagogues..”Zionism and colonialism walked side by side. This is the heart and soul of what zionism has done. We don’t know the Bible. You forget what Moses’ relatives have done. Zionism is unique in its’ organization. The answer is pan africanism across all ethnic and religious lines. We need to make a priesthood focusing on the following departments: good shoes, clear water, farming, mechanics. We ought to make it a sainthood. We have to answer the enduring question abojut what we need to do to survive on this earth (Clarke)”.