“CDC and WHO” Alias The Rockefeller Foundation

Alias The Rockefeller Foundation

Disease Making Factories And Their Coziness

With The Drug Industry

Johan van Dongen and Joel Savage

In this series of articles, the Ghanaian investigative journalist, Joel Savage and

scientist Johan van Dongen, are intellectually curious enough to have sought out and

studied the arguments that discredit the HIV/Aids­theory. Since the mass media and

professional journals censor these arguments, the vast majority of doctors and

scientists, although decent people who want to do the right thing, yet don’t have the

power to expose those behind the medical crimes.

They therefore accept the biased conclusions of politicized bureaucracies like the

American Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health organization

(WHO), whose coziness with the drug industry and the media is legendary and

whose recommendations always seem to dovetail perfectly with drug industry

marketing plans. As far as the America Rockefeller Foundation is concerned we

described them as: “A Mafioso Family In Sheep’s Clothing” in the 8

message to all African leaders.

Were it not for the massive media blackout of information that contradicts the Hiv-
theory, many more people would be asking tough questions and seeking for answers

like we do. The public and ordinary people continue to be reassured, for instance

Ebola is not a problem for the U.S.A. The fact that BBC­news, Aljazeera, CNN and

others, reported that President Obama appointed an Ebola czar, who is not a medical

person but an insider lawyer, who served as chief of staff to Vice President Biden,

proves that Ebola conspiracy theory which is spreading faster than the Ebola itself,

as far we know, could be true. But then what about the statements of Professor

Cohen on behalf of the Dutch government? That isn’t a conspiracy! No, that is what

they called scientific discussion between comrades of the scientific establishment.

The failure of the media

Next time when the media announce that tens of millions of people are dying from

HIV in Africa, ask them how did they know that. Remind them that journalists,

including African journalists and media, are supposed to question dubious assertions

from powerful drug­industry funded agencies like the World Health Organization.

Journalists mustn’t spread false rumours to support their own governments, as if they

were indisputable. They should ask those institutions why they report those figures

as if they were actual Aids and Ebola cases, when in fact they are projections made

by WHO’s computer programs.

As noticed in the Ebola outbreaks in Africa, those figures are based on very

questionable statistical methodologies and contradicted by many facts including the

continual large population increases experienced in the countries supposedly worst

affected. The need is necessary to request the media to stop twisting the truth in

support of a politicized, entrenched Aids establishment, which profits financially by

terrorizing people, pokes its nose shamelessly into people’s private sex lives,

compels people to submit to inaccurate tests and literally forces Africans to swallow

toxic, unproven medicines and chemotherapy drugs with horrific, often­fatal side

The drug industry and their prohibitory of working medicines

Interferon alias Kemrom and Doctor Davy Koch

The second medicinal substance effective against Hiv/aids is called Kemron, also

known under its synonym interferon­alpha IFN­a. It has been administered to a great

number of Kenyan aids patients and has been put together from substances which

can be bought on the Japanese market. A well known researcher in this field has

been Doctor Davy Koch. He and his assistants had reported that after the

administration of Kemron the number of CD4+ cells in a number of patients

increased in such a way that a conversion happened from HIV­antibody positive to a

HIV­antibody negative.

Koch published about this in the Journal of Molecular Biotherapy in 1990. During a

period of six weeks one of the important facts found was that eight of the forty

patients after oral treatment with IFN­a had no more HIV anti­bodies in their blood.

Another study also revealed a healing effect of IFN­a in a group of thirteen hundred

patients. Five percent of the participants in this study were reported to have no more

HIV antibodies in their blood.

The American National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

The American National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases NIAD, which

considers itself to be leading in the field of Aids research, unfortunately did its

utmost best to prevent Kemron to receive a positive status. NIAID suggested that the

clinical researches had been incorrectly executed and could not be reproduced. In

several books and articles we’ll discuss the situation that the world wide promotion

of antiretroviral therapy, backed up by a very powerful pharmaceutical industry in

collusion with the American government, has greatly overshadowed all research into

other means and ways to deal with the treatment of HIV­Aids.

Suramin and the Flemish scientist Eric DeClerq

The Flemish scientist Eric DeClerq, revealed the existence of a strong means against

animal retroviruses years before the aids virus was discovered. DeClerq has

developed a lot of medicaments that could potentially stimulate the defense of the

body against viruses. One substance which was reinvented by him is called Suramin

or germanin, which originally was a medicine against the African sleeping disease

trypanosomiasis. It was first discovered by Oskar Dressel and Richard Kote from the

German pharmaceutical company Bayer in 1916. It was shown that Suramin reduced

the cortisol level or stress hormone in the blood, something that is contributing a lot

to the healing of HIV­patients.

It turned out in DeClerq’s researches that Suramin had an extraordinary strong effect

on the production­activation of the human hormone interferon that naturally should

be protecting us against disease. Already in 1974, just following the discovery of the

so called reversed transcriptase process, he experimented with Suramin in relation to

the enzyme of the aids virus. He was surprised it showed a strong effect. Although

DeClerq was visited in 1978, by Robert Gallo who urged him not to publish his

work, he then left the Suramin research for a period of five years. In 1983, DeClerq

however receives a phone call from the American scientist Sam Broder, and

communicated with him that Suramin has a strong effect against the aids virus in

African business leaders, including billionaires Aliko Dangote, Strive Masiyiwa,

Patrice Motsepe, in joint collaboration with the African Union, the African

Development Bank (AfDB), and the United Nations Economic Commission for

Africa (UNECA), have established an emergency fund to help countries hit by the

Ebola outbreak. A pledging meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, raised $28.5 million

to deploy at least 1,000 health workers to Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia,

according to a BBC report. That is good news for Africa’s self­confidence, a

readiness to take its destiny into her own hands. This local competence and capacity

have to be recognized and strengthened. That is what China and Cuba are doing, but

what about the United States, France and Great Britain? They sent troops!

Final statement of Johan van Dongen

Johan van Dongen says to Robert Gallo and his associates that Suramin has been the

very best means against the aids causing virus that we have ever witnessed. It only

needs to be tested out in hospitals and undergo a number of industrial tests. But yet,

for unknown reasons, Suramin did not appear on the market, as an anti­aids

medicine and it was forgotten afterwards.

Although Suramin was twenty times more effective against cells that were or were

not infected with HIV and that it had been used for seventy years successfully

against infectious diseases that could be compared with aids, Suramin was suddenly

put on the list of forbidden substances by American government authorities. In 1989,

also in Germany, Suramin, synonyme germanin, was suddenly declared to be a very

dangerous medicine(!).

Everything can be tested in Africa, the criminal scientists say, but working

medicines against Aids? No, we can’t earn money with that and it, yet they are good

working medicines against Aids, most certainly give not a solution to the

overcrowded world population!”

In Professor Johan Van Dongen book, published in Dutch, entitled: “Aids de

grootste misdaad in de medische geschiedenis,”, he produced a list with nine

substances that have a working capacity more or less the same as Suramin. These

substances also promote the reduction of the cortisol level in the blood, something

that prevents the reduction of the production of interferon but these medicines are

prohibited by the pharmaceutical industry under guidance of national governments,

the World health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control who recently

received hundred million dollars from the Rockefeller’s foundation. After Johan had

criticized this donation at LinkedIN, he was removed from this social media and

blocked on twitter.



Cure For Aids: Professor Mirko Beljanski’s BP100

African leaders, Africans and Africans in the Diaspora, need to take the lead in

defending babies, children, African women, African men and the elderly, to avoid

African citizens being used as human rats, for biological warfare experiments and

testing of medicines against various diseases spread by foreign countries.

Africans and Third World Countries need to pay attention to these warnings, because

Aids and Ebola are medical crimes against Africans, and those responsible are in the

fields of medical, political and military circles. Even though the media is not giving

us any support, we are not discourage to address the issues, because test for

biomedical warfare is still going on, since the pharmaceuticals companies, are

looking for ways to make medicines to reap profit from sick people.

One may like to ask, in what way African traditional healers are dealing with these

kinds of diseases? Because traditional African healers have been using ritual and

herbal remedies to treat people for centuries, before the White missionaries came to

Africa. In some areas, communities have better access to traditional medicines than

to modern cures. For example, it is common to find herbal remedies sold in


Many people trust traditional treatments and find the costs more affordable. Healers

often have an impressive knowledge of medicinal plants, accumulated through

generations learnt through years of apprenticeship. This wealth of knowledge is now

being harnessed in the fight against diseases such as HIV­AIDS. Within the

forthcoming articles we will discuss several medicines which cure Aids but

prohibited by governments and the pharmaceutical industry.

Retired Priest, Babu Ambilikile Masapila

It is not only to get rid of the nose horn and ivory for traditional healing medicines,

that Africans, the Japanese and the Chinese kill elephants and rhinoceros. Dr Freddy

Manongi, an expert Botany and Zoological Researcher and former Principal at

Mweka Wildlife College, said in his recent studies that the effects of the Loliondo,

mad­rush of locally brewed medicine against HIV, from 2010 to 2012, has led to a

massive environmental destruction in Sonjo plains, due to the so­called miracle plant

‘Carissa­Edulis,’ which was being used by retired Priest, Babu Ambilikile Masapila

to brew his magic drink.

Between October 2010 to April 2012, more than seven million people from all over

Africa and overseas, were traveling to Samunge Village, in the remote Digo­Digo

Ward of Sale Division in Ngorongoro District, to get potions of the herbal drink

dispensed by Mr. Masapila who earned the “Babu­wa­Loliondo” title.

This wake up call to all Africans is necessary because authors, journalists, media and

politicians, should now come forward onto this very platform to bring hope for those

who suffering HIV/Aids and Ebola and act against biological warfare experiments

and crimes in the continent Africa.

The question is, is there hope for a cure? What about this call for African authors,

journalists or politicians, who has the guts to publish about a cure against Aids and

Ebola against the will of the International pharmaceutical industry? We noticed a

few! Besides the Ghanaian investigative journalist Joel Savage, reference: Joel

Savage is the first African journalist to investigate the high death rate of Africans at

Antwerp’s notorious ‘Stuivenberg Hospital’ following suspicion that the hospital

deliberately kills Africans for body organs.

Even thought he had problems with the authorities in Antwerp, after revealing in his

book ‘Little Boygium­ Wonderful Experience, the high death rate subsided after the

publication. Now you know the reason Belgium, including their journalists hate this

humble God fearing man so much. He did what they couldn’t do in their entire

professional career) and Goleng Lucky Adamu of Sprout­Africa.com and Misheck

Mberi from Shout­Africa.com. We have noticed another person in the Diaspora

called Aroun R. Deen, a New York journalist.

Journalist Aroun R. Deen

“An independent investigation into what led to the West Africa Ebola outbreak will

be beneficial to the world. It will bring about the exact factors responsible. It also

will enhance efforts to contain the current outbreak from spreading further in the

region, and beyond. Governments and health institutions in Africa will be better

informed on how to prevent, prepare or respond should any such infectious disease

occurs, or resurfaces anywhere in the continent. If on the other hand it is caused by

some secretive biological experimentation program, an investigation will help

identify those responsible. Failing to thoroughly investigate will be a travesty of

moral and ethical responsibility and a disregard of the duties bestowed on the

leaderships in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, as well as on the UN, the AU and

ECOWAS, to uphold human rights,” said Journalist Aroun R. Deen.

“The United Nations must investigate the cause for the outbreak of Ebola in West

Africa, which has killed thousands of people, mainly in the three most affected

countries in the region. A comprehensive independent investigation into the sudden

outbreak of the disease will provide some answers on whether the outbreak was of

natural cause or, the outcome of some clandestine biological research program.

Regardless of what caused it, the findings will also enhance recurrence prevention

measures not just in West Africa but throughout the continent. ECOWAS, the West

African regional body, and the African Union, and the continental intergovernmental

organization, must also conduct its own separate independent investigation,”

concludes Aroun Rashid Deen.

In this second publication about the view on the origin of Aids and Ebola, we’ll

focus on Johan’s third book, together with Joel Savage, which isn’t by chance

entitled: “Aids and Ebola the greatest crime in medical history against mankind,”

(published on amazon.com). In many articles we have just given glimpses of our

view on the origin of Aids in Africa, which according to us is mainly due to the

undesired and unforeseen adverse side effects of different massive vaccination


As a side remark we would like to alert readers to the theories and observations of

Dr. Andrew Moulden. This eminent Canadian scientist, who is specialized in the

physiology of brain damage, has recently demonstrated that by using highly

sophisticated digital imaging techniques; it can be proved that all vaccinations cause

some damage to the small blood vessels in the brain. This then creates a basis for a

multitude of diseases.

Although two of his main websites had recently been censored and removed from

the internet his profound insights can still be benefitted from, by reading interviews

of him which are still present on the net and where did we have heard this before,

when Professor Johan van Dongen was also removed from LinkedIN and blocked on

twitter? Another question, why the article entitled “Holland’s Professor Johan Van

Dongen Challenges Belgium’s Professor Van Der Groen, Over The Origins Of Aids

And Ebola” written by Joel Savage and published by Diplomatic Aspects

Newspaper, link suddenly disappeared from the publisher’s website without a trace

of the article? This means that our opponents are panicking.

Today’s article will highlight the first from the Aids­medicines which we have

described as part of a cure for Aids. We will remind our readers with a quote from a

famous Aids­dissident and researcher Peter H. Duesburg, professor of Molecular and

Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley.

Peter H. Duesburg

“Infectious Aids, have we been misled? HIV does not reproduce Aids when

inoculated into animals or humans. HIV depends on prenatal transmission for

survival and is thus not likely to be fatally pathogenic. Retroviruses are not sufficient

for transformation because less than 0.1% of infected animals or humans develop


Johan van Dongen states: “We have taken knowledge about a cure for Aids from

many different sources from which some are public and some are not. We will

describe a treatment against HIV­infection and the accompanying opportunistic

infections in the next series of articles. A treatment which may neutralize the disease

and in some cases even may heal a person from the sickness. We would like to

emphasize, compare Duesberg‘s quote above, that Aids, in contrast to what many

medical people alleged, does not have to be fatal, because by now we know HIV is

not by definition causing Aids.”

Johan van Dongen confesses that he has been shocked by his bewildering discovery

that even though a number of successful remedies against Aids are available, but

they have been completely removed from the market. We noticed e.g. that several

well working medicines against Aids were in the recent past suddenly seen and

treated as ‘laboratory errors.’ But now the time has come that innocent Africans

should realize that those responsible in medical, political and military circles can be

addressed at this point.

Before giving details of some helpful medicines which have been suppressed, I make

a list of fifteen diseases which normally could have been treated reasonably well, but

that all have derailed. These treatable opportunistic infections are:

Influenza 2. Candidasis 3. Cytomegalovirus infection. 4 Epstein Barr­virus

infection. 5. Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia. 6. Kaposi­sarcoma. 7. Cerebral

Toxoplasmosis. 8. Toxoplasmosis. 9. Cryptococcosis. 10. Isoporosis.11. Herpes

Simplex. 12 Mycobacterium avium complex. 13. Progressive multiphocal leuco-
encephalopathy. 14. Tuberculosis. 15. Aspergillosis.

Next, is an introduction to describe some successful remedies to Aids, we make

some fundamental remarks relating to the treating and curing principles of Aids.

Cure for Aids, BP100 and Professor Mirko Beljanski.

Starting from all evidence now available, we can say that Aids is mainly being

induced or activated by an increase of the cortisol or stress hormone in the blood

mirror. Thereby, a direct influence is exercised on the sink and cadmium levels in

the body, something which is indispensable for the buildup of an immunological

resistance against foreign microorganisms. From that viewpoint morphine work

directly against a heightened cortisol level, and therefore indirectly against Aids

causing microorganisms. Fear stimulates in a serious manner the coming about of

the situation that is called Aids. Exactly the antagonizing effect of rest has a healing

effect because it stimulates the natural processes in the body.

The first effective medicine against Aids causing microorganisms and cancer, which

has been taken forcefully from the market is the so called BP100 remedy. This

BP100 was created by Professor Mirko Beljanski, a Yugoslavian molecular biologist

and experienced collaborator at the Pasteur Institute in Paris. With this BP100

medicine the deceased French president Francois Mitterrand was successfully and

secretly treated while he was suffering from cancer, prolonging his life by fourteen

years. Beljanski himself has stated that his medicine was an effective and natural

antiviral against cancer and Aids. Hot controversies however soon arose around

Beljanski, when political and pharmaceutical opponents started a joint effort to

destroy the man and his good work.

In 1994 all the products and medicines produced by Beljanski were blacklisted in

France and he himself was stripped of his rights to be a doctor. Beljanski continued

spreading his products however underground. It did not take long before the

authorities ordered the French gendarmerie to enter his laboratories, taking away all

materials. Legal authorities came out again, declaring Beljanski’s actions to be

illegal. The authorities then started an investigation into the efficacy of BP100

themselves. Through the official French medical organization for Aids research,

BP100 was declared to have absolutely no antiviral working. When researchers tried

to obtain knowledge about the ingredients, the authorities declared the ingredients to

be secret.

Johan van Dongen declares that: “BP100 is still known as a substance that can have

an extraordinary big effect on HIV. Beljanski however, was excommunicated by his

colleagues and the pharmaceutical companies with a lot of commotion and BP100

turned out to have such a great effect against viruses that the threat for the

pharmaceutical industrial market and science, lost research and billions of dollars to

conspire against Beljanski.”

Next, giving some comments on Aids medicines in relation to money and the fact

that most of these medicines are being patented, Johan observes that this generally

causes them to be only available to the rich. “The more we fail to administer and

take care for the poor sick person, the more Aids causing viruses will build up

resistance against our natural medicaments and also by this the disease will spread

itself ever faster in an incurable form the same way as Ebola does.

Author Interviews

Resulting from the publication of my work, “Maya: Initiate 39” by Linkville Press, I’ve so far had three author interviews and a showcase on writingraw.com.

Below are the interviewers and the corresponding links.

With Brian — http://bookmarketingbuzzblog.blogspot.com/2015/03/interview-with-author-ben-anthony.html?spref=fb

With Kathy Ree— https://kathyree.wordpress.com/2015/03/17/getting-to-know-mr-ben/

With Christy Cagle—


The Book, “Maya: Initiate 39”

Book Title: “Maya: Initiate 39”

Genre: Genre: Fiction-children, juvenile, young adult, inspirational

Maya was raised single-handedly by her ‘”father,” Samuel, who
divorced his wife, Cynthia, years ago, on grounds of infidelity,
before she turned three years. Growing up in Durban was mixed with the
good, bad and ugly for Maya.

Influenced by Craig, her schoolmate, Maya went into the underworld
endeavors of stealing, drug trafficking and prostitution under the
cover of a very-perverse juvenile assembly, called the Alternative
lifestyle Club (The ALC). She joined the club in the very pursuit of
what she called her “destiny”…

By initiating “39”, what was necessary for the functionality of the
ALC, she became popular among many top-notch Southern Africans.

But, after several disappointments, Maya thought she could use her
“connects” to bite the fingers that fed her by carrying out the
assignments given to her own way- a way of letting the organization
know that she was no push-over. But that was not the case!
Consequently, Craig and Ms. Diana, the active players of the club, led
this juvenile to her doom-they set her up and the police did the rest.
The long arms of the law landed her prison in Johannesburg. It was in
the prison she knew changing for the better would be appropriate.

Through the favor from Van Brussels, a rich gold merchant, school
owner and chairman of the Louisville Shipping Company, whom she had
done some wrong in the past, Maya was released from prison before the
stipulated prison sentence, sent to the United States for Secretarial
studies, worked in his company, Louisville Shipping Company, for a
couple of years and soon returned to her native Durban home in South
Africa with her husband, Daniel Young, to find her ‘father’ whom she
left for years.

Maya became the woman of substance; her fame and enterprise rose to
the corporate ladder. But before then, something really happened….

Chapter One
“Hey! What are you doing outside at this time?! It’s after six and you are still here playing with those N-D-W kids! My goodness! Maya, I told you to stay indoors before I left for work! Here you are playing with them! I instructed you never to come near them, but you refused to listen! They are bad eggs! For goodness sake, when will you learn, Maya? Do you want to be like your mother? Now, at the count of three, go inside the house and wait for me! One…two… and…” These were the words of Samuel, Maya’s father, after he saw her in the company of the so called ‘Ne’er-Do-Well Kids’.
Maya swiftly charged towards home, five houses away from the Kimberly Children’s Play Ground, with every Tom, Dick and Harry taking a stern look at her as she ran home.
Ten minutes later, Samuel decided to mete out the punishment he felt Maya deserved. She sat nervously on the sofa in the living room and Samuel stood opposite to her. Maya knew she was in for trouble.
“Maya, hmm…you failed to listen to my instruction for the third time! I left for work at 7.00am and told you how I expected you to behave. In June, you’ll be eleven years of age. You’re no longer a baby! You’ve reached an age where you should be able to take and follow instructions! You were told not to step an inch from this house. You’re on holidays. For Christ’s sake, I expected you to read your books and watch TV programs. But you chose to play with those useless children! Oh my goodness! Maya, why did you not follow my instructions?”
Maya stuttered, “I wanted….to….stay indoors but I was…”
“So, you want to start telling lies! Who taught you how to tell lies? The N-D-W kids? Those useless kids you play with, right? You’ve suddenly lost your voice. Haven’t you?” Samuel asked angrily.
“No!” Maya replied.
“Then tell me the truth!”
“I’m sorry, Dad, for what I did. I promise it won’t happen again! I promise to always follow your instructions!” Maya assured him.
“I’m tired of your ‘I am sorry’ attitude, Maya!” Samuel said, his words cold and angry. He took a stern look at his daughter. “By what the wall clock says, 8.00p.m. is the time. Your punishment is that you’ll have to write in this twenty-page notebook the sentence ‘I am sorry, daddy’ a thousand times. I swear that if you disobey me a third time, I’ll punish you. Take this and go to bed. Before I go to work tomorrow, I want to see that you’ve completed what I commanded you. Get out!”
Maya tearfully went to her room, glancing at her dad, who ignored her departure. He was already busy watching ‘The News at Nine’ on his LCD TV set.
Hours later, knowing that his daughter was probably asleep, Samuel couldn’t help but ask himself, “Am I actually playing the role of a father to her? How will she feel when I eventually have to tell her that I’m not her biological father? How do I tell the story that led to her birth if she asks me some day? In this life, anything can happen! Left to me, I don’t intend disclosing anything about that infidel! But how would she feel if I decide to tell the story of her mother’s lifestyle? How would she feel if I told her that her mother was a jump-around? Am I really disciplining my precious pearl the right way? One day, she’ll ask me where her mother is. How do I explain to her that her mother and I have been divorced since she was three years old? Oh, how I wish Cynthia and I weren’t divorced! If we were still together, would raising Maya be such a mental challenge? God help me overcome this life’s hurdles in future, I pray.”

He went to bed after taking a sip of vodka.

Seven a.m., and it was time to leave for work. Fully dressed and prepared to go, but having forgotten what he had told Maya to do the previous night, Samuel reminded her: “Remember, this is the time you ought to be awake! I have trained you to always be awake at this time when you are on holidays. But when you’re going to school, you should be out of bed by 6.00a.m. I have to go to work now! Make sure you stay indoors and never ignore my orders again!”
“Yes, I will dad.” She smiled up at him.
Maya had served her punishment, almost filling her notebook with ‘I Am Sorry, Dad’. But Samuel had forgotten as he was getting ready for work.
“Last night, you told me to write ‘I Am Sorry Dad’ on my notebook. I did,” Maya reminded him. “I have it with me…you can have it.”
“Oh…I forgot! Okay…let me have it,” he requested.

Samuel glanced through the pages of the notebook handed over to him.
“That’s my girl! I want you to behave well and be the Maya I’ve always thought you to be,” Samuel said, patting her on the back. “From now on, are you assuring me that I’m going to be proud of you?”

“I’m the good girl you‘ve known me to be! Daddy, I am happy having you as a father!” Maya said gladly, with smiles written all over her face.
In a haste to leave the house, Samuel quickly hugged her, saying, “I believe in you, Maya!”

She saw her dad to the front yard, where his Cadillac was parked. As soon as the engine roared to life, Samuel waved ‘bye’ at her. A corresponding wave of ‘bye-bye’ came from Maya as she saw him drive off to work.

The holidays were over, and for Maya, it was time to resume school…
To her, it meant spending time with her fellow pupils. Maya couldn’t wait to see her friends Elizabeth, Tara, and Maria, especially during school break time and after classes got out. In the next three days, Samuel had to make plans to ensure that the beginning of Maya’s school year went smoothly… It was successful, and went as planned–a new Adidas designer child-sized bag, a pair of shoes, stockings, and the payment of her term’s school fees were put together by Samuel two weeks before resumption.

Chapter Two
St. John’s Baptist Primary School held a special assembly to start the New Year. The pupils, teachers and other members of staff were ready to get to classes and to work, and the school drummers were on hand to usher them to their appropriate places after the various announcements. After the school’s and country’s anthems were recited by the pupils, in a twenty-by-seven space arrangement, with each teacher present standing opposite each column of pupils (except for one, who stood behind the principal), the school’s next activities were announced by the principal, Mr. Dean Herbs:
“We are glad to welcome you back after a two-month-long break. How was your holiday? I hope you spent it well with your family. Did you enjoy your holiday with your family? I believe you all did! As for me, I enjoyed mine. And I hope the same went for you, the teachers!
Now we are here to resume for the term. Class 5 has a new head teacher. She is standing right behind me, and will introduce herself properly when the classes begin. For this term, each class will have a total of twenty-eight students. On my list are names of pupils who are members of Class 5 of 1991/1992 session-our senior class. They are Spencer Hill, Makalele Thompson, Maya Isaacs, William Grants, Elizabeth Tate, Shan Craig, Tara Cole, Van Gore, Pierre Decamps, Maria Russell, El-Mohammed Raheem, Tanka Arawak, Bode Da Silva and Carlos Santana. I took my time to mention them because they are the ‘special ones’. They are the ones you, their juniors, should be looking up to for academic excellence.
In the next two weeks, we will be calling out on this ground names of those who have yet to pay their term’s tuition fees. Therefore, ensure that you inform your parents about this so that they pay before or on the date. The date will be Monday, next week. To avoid being shown the exits of the school, please, do not forget to tell your parents and guardians at home about this.
As I end the announcement, I want all of the pupils of class 5 to march to their classes in a straight line. Then, Classes 4, 3, 2 and 1 will follow in a similar and orderly manner. If there are any further announcements, your head teacher will communicate them to you.
First, I will take my leave, and Class 5 will go next. Others will follow suit.
Drummers, play the drums as we all sing the song ‘For Learning is better than silver and gold’.”
Immediately after the principal took his leave and headed straight to his office, everyone marched enthusiastically to his or her classroom and office, singing the song:
“We are going to our classes with clean handsome faces
To do as what we are taught
For learning is better than silver and gold
For Le…arning
Is Better
Than Silver
And Gold!”
The new head teacher went with the principal to get the lesson plans for the class. Meanwhile, the Class 5 pupils were all settled, awaiting the arrival of their new head teacher.
She eventually came through the door. The moment she stood at the front to go into the business of the day, the class captain, Maria Russell, said sharply, “All stand and greet!”
“Good morning! You’re welcome to our class!! God bless you!!!” were the remarks made to the new teacher by the rest, who were standing after Maria’s “All stand and greet” command.
Amazed at what she saw, the new head teacher couldn’t help but clap her hands as a way of recognizing their conduct.
“Please, do have your seats!” she pleaded, seeing that they were all standing at ease, staring at her. “This is my first time coming to this class. But you’ve made me seem like I have always been here. I’m so proud of you!”
As the pupils sat back down, she continued, “Before I go into what we have for today, I would like to know something about each and every one of you. I will call you out from your seat to where I am standing and you will tell the class your name and age. I want to identify your faces properly. After which, you will return to your seat. So let’s get started! Starting from you…” Her right hand pointed at Maya, then the rest of the pupils.
“I am Maya Isaacs. I will be eleven years of age two days from now.”
“Great!” she exclaimed. “That’s good to know. I look forward to celebrating your birthday!!”
“My name is Maria Russell. I’m ten years old.”
“Okay,” noted the new head teacher.
“I’m Elizabeth Tate. I am nine years old.”
“I go by the name Tara Cole. I’m eleven years of age.”
“I like your confidence. I think you’ll make a better class captain!” the teacher observed.
“I’m Van Gore. I am ten years old.”
“My name is Pierre Decamps. I am nine years old.”
“I’m El-Mohammed Raheem. I will be eleven next month.”
“It’s good to know I’ll be celebrating your birthday with you!” the teacher remarked.
“I am Spencer Hill. I am ten years old.”
“Makalele Thompson is my name. I am eleven years old.”
“My name is William Grants. I am nine years old.”
“I am Carlos Santana. I’m ten years old.”
“My name is Tanka Arawak. I am eleven years old.”
“Bode Da Silva is my name. I am ten years of age.”
“I’m Shan Craig. I am nine years old.”
After ensuring that all were seated and settled, the teacher told the class, “I’m the happiest woman on earth! Do you know why? I know that I have brilliant students who will understand what I have to teach. Again, I’m very proud of you all! I’m happy to be at the best primary school in Durban, and I am happy to be a teacher here. And I know for sure you all are happy to be here too.”
She looked down at her papers. “I will be your Elementary Social Studies teacher. Let’s go straight to what I have to teach you today, since we are short on time. I want you to take out your pen and notebook from your bag and place them on the desk.”
The pupils did as instructed. They were prepared to write what she had to offer them. But one thing still kept them in the dark; she had yet to disclose her name.
Realizing that they were not really settled, she decided to open up. “Before I start to write on the board, I know you are wondering who I am. Yes, you deserve to know the name of your head teacher. I go by the name Miss Sandra Brooks. You can address me as Miss Sandra. Having said that, let’s go straight to what we have today.”
They were settled and prepared to listen to what Miss Sandra had to teach them. Taking the marker in her right hand and directly facing the board, she wrote the topic, “What is Marriage?” Miss Sandra turned to the class the moment she was done writing.
“Write this topic in your notebooks, and then look up here,” she told the pupils. “Today, we will be discussing ‘What is Marriage?’ I want to know who amongst you know what marriage is.”
Six hands were raised. Spencer, Elizabeth, Maria, Pierre, Shan and Makalele had their hands all raised to answer the question. Maya, however, did not. She thought she knew all there was to know in the world. But she was confused that she wasn’t able to answer the question.
Miss Sandra was very efficient with her time, so she chose to find out what they had to say about the topic, one after the other. This would give them information to talk about quickly.
“I can see six hands raised! The six of you will answer the question, starting with you. Spencer.”
“Marriage is the union between a man and woman, when they become husband and wife.”
“That’s a good definition, Spencer,” Miss Sandra remarked. “Elizabeth, it’s your turn.”
“Marriage is an institution that has a man and woman being united for life as husband and wife.”
“Class, give Elizabeth a round of applause!” Miss Sandra instructed. As the clapping sounds died down, she went on. “Your turn, Maria.”
“My dad taught me that marriage is a name, where a man is actually called a ‘MR.’ and a woman called ‘MRS.’”
“I have not heard of this definition before,” the teacher said, somewhat amused. “Your dad must be a typical marriage counselor.” She smiled at Maria, then said, “You’re next, Tanka.”
“Marriage is the meeting point where a man meets his choice of woman, only to be called husband and wife.”
Miss Sandra exclaimed, “You kids are amazing. You are the most brilliant pupils I’ve ever taught.” She moved on. “Next is Makalele.”
“Marriage is a God-given opportunity for a man and woman to carry out his and her obligation to give birth and avoid immoral behaviors.”
“Makalele, who taught you this?” she asked in utter amazement.
“It’s my mom and dad who taught me in our Church in Soweto,” Makalele replied, feeling happy at the way Miss Sandra nodded her head in agreement.
“They must be indeed Christian counselors. I am beginning to learn from you all, especially Makalele’s outstanding definition,” she said. “Last but not the least—Pierre.
“Marriage is the togetherness between a man and woman to become husband and wife.”
Maya kept staring at them because of how they each answered the question, and how Miss Sandra applauded them. Answering questions from previous class teachers wasn’t new to Maya, but this time she wasn’t able to answer Miss Sandra’s question like the rest. That got her concerned. This husband-and-wife idea… Questions welled up concerning ‘the missing link’ of her life…her mother.
“Good!” exclaimed Miss Sandra, who liked the simplicity of his definition. She continued. “To be honest, you have made me proud and my teaching very easy. No wonder the principal was very particular about your class. Give yourselves a hand!”

After the applause died down, she instructed those who had answered, “Please sit down now. You’ve correctly defined what marriage is. Now, let’s do a little activity. If you live with your father and mother, stand up.”
Spencer, Maria, Pierre, Tanka, Elizabeth, Bode and Shan stood up. Miss Sandra knew that their parents were still married, to say the least. She said, “So, there are only seven pupils living with their fathers and mothers. It means that half of the class is living with their fathers and mothers. Okay! If you are living with your guardians, please stand up!”
Tara Cole, El-Mohammed and William Grant stood up. Miss Sandra believed that they were the only ones in the class who were exceptions.
It became glaring that Maya became the odd one. At first, she thought Maya’s parents were either divorced or separated. However, all she wanted was to know whom she was actually living with. She asked, “Maya are you living with your father or mother?”
“I am living with my father. I don’t know who my mother is or where she is,” replied Maya.
Miss Sandra felt like she had just dug the ground for them to be swallowed. She knew it was embarrassing, from seeing the look on her face. But in order not to let the rest of the class notice, she picked up the marker and a notebook she kept on her table, and faced the board.
“Class,” she instructed, “please write down what I’m putting on the board.” She wrote down three different meanings of marriage:
Marriage is the union and agreement between two people, primarily a man and woman. It is an agreement which is brought about by the oath of togetherness sworn at a special altar. This is to be binding by law and by the belief system the couple is identified with.
Marriage can appear in the following ways:
1) Monogamous Marriage
2) Polygamous Marriage
3) Polyandry

Monogamous Marriage

This is a form of marriage that involves a man marrying ONLY one woman. In this marriage, a man is only allowed to marry one woman and is expected to live with her for the rest of his life till death parts them. Christian marriages are typical examples. A Christian man is mandated by the law as interpreted as an oath of togetherness at the church’s (or temple’s) altar.

Polygamous Marriage
This marriage permits a man to marry as many wives as he wishes. Provided he has what it takes to take care of the women he wants to marry, he is not restricted to marry ONE woman. A Muslim man is entitled to more than one wife only if he has what it takes to care for them all. This may include money, clothes, feeding, shelter, care or attention and time.

This is a form of marriage that permits a woman to marry as many men as she wishes. Unlike polygamous and monogamous marriages, where men are expected to pay the bride price, women pay the groom price for the men they want to marry. This marriage form is practiced in Tibet.

There are different kinds of religious marriages all over the world. They include Christian, Islamic, Hindu, Buddhist, and others. Religious marriages vary based on beliefs and rites. In Africa, the three most common religious marriages are Christian, Islamic and traditional. A Christian marriage has to do with the union of a man and woman as husband and wife, using the Holy Bible, while the Islamic marriage has to do with the union of a man and woman (or women as the case may be) as husband and wives according to the Koran. Traditional marriages vary, depending on culture.

As she finished writing, she noticed the time. “Oh!” she exclaimed, and quickly explained to the class that she would have to leave early. “Ensure that you copy what has been written on the board, read it at home, discuss it with your parents, and bring it back in the morning.” She dropped her marker, grabbed her lesson case, and headed towards the Staff Room.

Maya and her classmates had other subjects the rest of the day. And at the close of school, Maya and her colleagues waited at the school’s garden for their parents and guardians to pick them up. It wasn’t long till her dad drove by. She ran towards him, squeezing and hugging him tightly as she shouted excitedly, “Daddy, how are you?!”

“I’m fine! How was school?”

“School was fun!” Maya answered. “I learned something I have never known before. It’s about marriage. We got a new teacher and she is good! Daddy, she gave us an assignment that I have to discuss with you.”

Maya was looking more than happy to tell him all that happened at school, but Samuel wasn’t concerned with what she had to say—he had had a stress-filled day at work. Maya’s delight met with Samuel’s ‘there-is-no-time-to-waste-here’ look.

Not minding the look on his face, Maya started, “Dad, school was…”

“Let’s go home,” Samuel interrupted, “We’ll talk about it when we get there.”

“Okay, Dad!”

They both got into the car and left for home. Two hours later, Maya took her notebook and was reading. After observing his usual afternoon rest, Samuel joined her in the sitting room. Seeing that his daughter’s attention was buried in what she was reading, he was drawn to what was so enthralling. Letting her know that he was in the sitting room, he said aloud, “Very good, Maya! I am glad to see that you are doing your assignments. You told me you were going to discuss with me what you learned in school. You also mentioned that you now have a new school teacher. I’m available to discuss with you what you’ve learned.” He smiled at her. “To start with, who is that new teacher?”

Maya was happy that her father was interested, and she responded, “The name of my new teacher is Miss Sandra Brooks. But she told us to address her as Miss Sandra. She asked us our names and ages. It was fun! We introduced ourselves. She was impressed at our conduct. Then, she went to the topic of the day, ‘What is Marriage?’ By the way, she is our new Social Studies teacher.”

Maya gave her dad a troubled look. “Daddy, I wasn’t able to raise my hand because I didn’t know the answer. There were only six of us that knew what marriage was. I was the only one who stood up when asked if I wasn’t living with our fathers and mothers. Daddy, I want to ask you–what is marriage?”

At first, he looked disturbed. But he summoned the courage to tell what he wanted her to know. “My dear, marriage is a point in life where someone has to decide to be with one man or woman for the rest of their life as husband and wife. In marriage, you have to know how to live happily with your man or woman so that things will go on well as planned.

He paused and sighed. “I’ll have to stop here because you are too young to understand this.”

“Daddy,” she asked, holding tightly to her notes, “Who is my mother and why is she not living with us?”

Shocked to the marrow, Samuel held his breath for some seconds and looked around, wondering what to say. He could not think of anything. But he knew he had to answer the questions. He had no choice!

With Maya’s eyes staring at him, craving answers, Samuel wasn’t able to think of a clever answer.

He answered, “Hmmm…,” scratching his chin. Then he continued, “Maya, you see, your mom and I are not living together for some reasons that are beyond your understanding. Your mother, I believe, is alive and she is somewhere around Lesotho or Zimbabwe. She’ll be coming soon! In fact, sooner than you expect!” He saw that his reply satisfied her, which brought him a temporary sigh of relief. However, he knew that Judgment Day was just around the corner. Samuel knew that if he didn’t tell her all she needed to know about her true self, and soon, his world would be in shambles in the future!

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The Unveiling of the work, “Maya: Initiate 39”


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“Maya: Initiate 39” A Tale of Struggle and Triumph of Maya By Chimezie Ihekuna
Author: Mr. Ben
The book, “Maya: Initiate 39” was officially released on February 26, 2015 by Linkville Press, situated in Klamath Falls, Oregon USA. It links children fiction to adult fiction in terms of family issues in a way that keeps readers glued to the pages. It also combines historical and crime fiction.
The story explores the plight of Maya taking a journey through —coming from a broken home since her mother left, ending up with the dreaded juvenile cult, the Alternative Lifestyle Club, popularly known as the ALC, and then growing up into a standup woman. What happened between the period when Maya was under the watchful eyes of a broken home and when she became a standup woman?
“…Growing up with only her father raising her she was easy to brainwash into thinking she what she was being trained to do was for her and finding her destiny. After doing many things she would regret she realized that what she was doing was wrong and wanted to make a change.” Ella
Though its kindle version is still in progress, “Maya: Initiate 39” can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Baker and Taylor. More sales outlets will be added in the nearest future. The cover art was designed by Andrea Dorris; it was edited by Kathy Ree and formatted by Riley Guyer.
Mr. Ben is an indie author who has published several books as Winds of Change, Life’s Twists, Life In Space, The Blueprint, AMY.W.COM and The Limitation of Man’s Love, The Greatness of God’s Love with EBG247 (ebg247.com), an online self-publishing platform, based in Texas, USA. Anticipating then release of his second book at Linkville Press, “The World We Live In”, a collection of short stories, Mr. Ben is currently working on two books-Chloe’s Parallel Worlds and Claire’s Time Travel for Change. He is a contributor to Believer Life Magazine, a popular digital Christian magazine.
Specially called a G.A.N.G writer, Mr. Ben’s works tends to one thing: Generally Appreciating Notable Genres
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“Maya: Initiate 39” Pre-Marketing/Promotion

Maltreated to be Marred
Always Struggled with Aberration
Yearned for Yonder
Acted in Accordance

Ingrafted In Influence
Nodded to Norms
Injured in Importance
Arrested in Authority
Thrown out to think the right Thoughts
Embraced the truths about Essence


Question: “When did these all happen?”

Answer: “When Maya initiated 39, before and after.”

Question: “Could you please throw more lights on this?|

Answer: “Find out in ‘Maya: Initiate 39′”

To be released on February 2015 from the stables of Linkville Press


Maya was raised single-handedly by her ‘”father,” Samuel, who

divorced his wife, Cynthia, years ago, on grounds of infidelity,

before she turned three years. Growing up in Durban was mixed with the

good, bad and ugly for Maya.

Influenced by Craig, her schoolmate, Maya went into the underworld

endeavors of stealing, drug trafficking and prostitution under the

cover of a very-perverse juvenile assembly, called the Alternative

lifestyle Club (The ALC). She joined the club in the very pursuit of

what she called her “destiny”…

By initiating “39”, what was necessary for the functionality of the

ALC, she went became popular among many top-notch Southern Africans.

But, after several disappointments, Maya thought she could use her

“connects” to bite the fingers that fed her by carrying out the

assignments given to her own way- a way of letting the organization

know that she was no push-over. But that was not the case!

Consequently, Craig and Ms. Diana, the active players of the club, led

this juvenile to her doom-they set her up and the police did the rest.

The long arms of the law landed her prison in Johannesburg. It was in

the prison she knew changing for the better would be appropriate.

Through the favor from Van Brussels, a rich gold merchant, school

owner and chairman of the Louisville Shipping Company, whom she had

done some wrong in the past, Maya was released from prison before the

stipulated prison sentence, sent to the United States for Secretarial

studies, worked in his company, Louisville Shipping Company, for a

couple of years and soon returned to her native Durban home in South

Africa with her husband, Daniel Young, to find her ‘father’ whom she

left for years.

Maya became the woman of substance; her fame and enterprise rose to

the corporate ladder. But before then, something really happened….


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The Limitation of Man’s Love, The Greatness of God’s Love

Genre: Christian Fiction -Short story collection


The love of man is limited to the understanding of the five senses and subject to change. As a matter of fact, man’s love is transient-it is subject to change-events, people and other factors generally tend to affect man’s love.It appears strong at first, but when the slightest of circumstances creeps in, its bedrock of understanding is really destroyed! Man’s search for true love has in fact turned out to be elusive; hence, brought him to a state of confusion. However, God’s love is not only boundless and selfless; its greatness knows no equal. It is never conditional or subject to change; it endures the test of time.


The love of man is limited to the understanding of the five senses and subject to change. As a matter of fact, man’s love is transient-it is subject to change-events, people and other factors generally tend to affect man’s love.It appears strong at first, but when the slightest of circumstances creeps in, its bedrock of understanding is really destroyed! Man’s search for true love has in fact turned out to be elusive; hence, brought him to a state of confusion. However, God’s love is not only boundless and selfless; its greatness knows no equal. It is never conditional or subject to change; it endures the test of time. His love can never be destroyed, broken nor interrupted but is ever at its peak and always great; unconditionally. God’s outstretched arm of love is real and available to all…

Therefore, the work, “The Limitation of Man’s Love, The Greatness of God’s Love (A Compilation of Short Stories)” explains why God’s love is great and man’s love is limited.“The Limitation of Man’s Love”has two sub-titles; “In Search of Love” and “Love: Long Lost But Now Found” while “Back to God” and “I Have Found God’s Love” are the sub-titles of “The Greatness of God’s Love.”

Interestingly, “I Have Found God’s Love!” is God’s intervention to “In Search of Love…”, the story of  crippled Tyler, delivered by a minister of God from the clutches of sin-lust, smoking and drinking-what he thought would bring him happiness, resulting from the failures of his love tactics towards having for  relationships the young women he admired.

“Love: Long Lost But Now Found” tells the story of Paul whose love life, once lost but later found,  and who, despite his fifteen years of marriage to his wife, Juliana, is still being affected by circumstances…That is how far man’s love can get! On the other hand, “Back to God” and “I Have Found God’s Love” tells the stories of how great and unconditional His love is towards His people, even when they don’t deserve it.

The Greatness of God’s Love, as this work acknowledges, is in His grace by Christ Jesus, whose blood was shed for the world-including YOU!   In all, No love can take the place of The Greatness of God’s Love!

Table of Contents

The Limitation of Man’s Love

  • In Search of Love…




Full Story


  • Love: Long Lost But Now Found


                        Full Story




The Greatness of God’s Love

  • Back to God


The Background


 The Full story


  • I Have Found God’s Love


The Background


The Full Story




The Limitation of Man’s Love…In Search of Love…



Born and raised in Calgary, Tyler’s predicament sought the need for attention of his loving single mother, Grace. Having to raise the wheelchair-bound Tyler for over fourteen years was difficult for Grace, who had two jobs-teaching and factory work. Despite the challenge, she gave her son what the best of companionship. Since birth, Grace made it a number priority of being there for her son, regardless of how busy she was with her job.

Tyler had a successful nursery and primary school education. He wasn’t the dull type. His intelligence attracted his classmates to him, though he was fun to be with, only once in a blue moon. His peers, male and female pupils of his class, liked him. Alas, he felt incompleteness-the state of his crippled legs and his wheelchair-bound status. His unhappy mood seldom put at armslenght his friends away from him. But this attracted the attention of his class teacher; he would do his very best to instill in him what he deserved-happiness.

However, this would be short-lived as home for Tyler meant only being attended to by his mom but pushed aside by his neighbors. His mom’s efforts to make him ‘equal’ with his contemporaries, neighbors inclusive, were abortive. As Tyler grew older, his confidence and natural exuberance dwindled when he realized he wasn’t able to what able-bodied juveniles were doing. This affected his relationship with his peers, especially the female ones. But someone, who, from childhood, had always accepted Tyler the way he had been, was…Thomas.

It was during his senior years at Calgary Secondary School Tyler saw the need to fall in love…with the opposite sex.  Although Thomas would be prove useful to him in a way, his predicament wouldn’t help matters! Tyler looked forward to the time in his life when the ‘right woman’ would love him for who he is, accept his physical predicament, be in a serious relationship with him and possibly work the aisle with him. But the more Tyler searched for her, the more she kept eluding him!










The Limitation of Man’s Love…In Search of Love…




Chapter One

Sitting adjacent to Thomas as they, together with the twenty-member class waited for the Mathematics teacher, Mr. Clem.

“Tyler, did you watch the movie, “The Alien Love” on Movie Channel yester-night?”

“No!” excited Tyler replied. “What time was it shown?”


“Oh…I was listening to some R N B musicals on Music Channel at that time. I guess I missed a lot…right?”

“Tyler, YOU MISSED A GREAT DEAL!” Thomas stressed. “Where do I begin to tell the story? Do I start from the beginning or the middle or the very end?! Hmmm…boy, you missed a whole lot!”

“Okay…Thomas! I know you watched the movie and you know quite well the story…Could you please tell begin the story? You know we have some time before Mr. Clem begins his Mathematics teaching period”

“I see…It’s quite a long story but I’d have to make it short. But Tyler, you’d need to watch the movie in full to know what I’m saying”

“Just begin, man!” Tyler urged. “You know I’m excited hearing stories that have to do with Aliens and more important, love! Let me hear it, Thomas!”

“The earth was attacked suddenly by aliens whose mission was to make the earth their footstools. Assigned by their master, Kin, they were to wipe out of extinction the entirety of the human race on earth, acquire the precious lands, nature and patterns that made the earth peculiar from their world. In numbers, they descended from their spaceship and began the process of annihilation…men, women, boys and girls, plants, animals, moving and non-moving objects were all destroyed

The Aliens tortured the men to death; most women were raped and then killed. All that the earth cherished was cherished was wiped away in one sweep! Fire gutted the buildings of erected in all parts of the earth-Africa, America, Europe, Asia and other parts of the earth witness unimagined infernos-humans, plants, animals, buildings, monumental structures all suddenly became ruins.

But one of the Aliens was showing some compassion over Whitney, a nineteen-year-old Californian. The other attacking aliens killed her parents, two siblings and her dog. Somehow, the Alien, X, as he later disclosed to Whitney, created an escape from the sight of others.

Thomas, it’s quite a long story… But to cut the whole long story short, X would later fall in love with Whitney. Whitney found it unimaginable to fall in love with a non-human stranger at first. But after the wiping out of what was on earth and the ‘coming-back-home’ of the aliens, Whitney gradually gave in to X. The interesting side of the story was that the complete take-over of the earth by the aliens wasn’t to be because the more X made love to Whitney, the more distorted their subsequent plans to continue what they’ve started!  Although the earth was in a desolate state, the confusion among the aliens and their master, Kin, made it impossible to complete their mission. Of course, thanks to the loving making between Whitney and X!

More interesting was the more X made love to Whitney, the more human he transformed to. As time progressed, X became more human, though he gets to shape-shifts to his Alien form when he loses his cool!

Because they were the only survivors on planet earth, they began to procreate….And in time, the earth regain her glory…peoples, houses, animals, buildings, plants, inventions, all manner of moving and non-moving objects. This was made possible by the power of creation by the Source!”

“Wow! An interesting story it was, Thomas” Reacted Tyler, who had problems sitting properly on his wheelchair because of what he had. “What interested me the most was how Whitney was able to love a non-human…An Alien for that matter!”

“Tyler, love doesn’t identify if you’re human or not…It concern is do you have it in you…”

“Well…It’s worth thinking about…Back to what I was saying! If an alien like X could find love in hands of a pretty Whitney, can’t I, the wheelchair-bound Tyler, find this love?”

“Yes, you can! Only if you can have love in you…”

“How can I, Thomas, have love in me when the people I want to show this love to avoid me?”

“I know it’s not been easy with you all through the years. We’ve been friends since childhood. I know how you’ve been feeling not being loved by others around you. But please, friend, just be patience and in time, you’ll get a woman who’d love you for who you are…”

“For how long? When I’m old, aged or not being able to function at all? The world is a kidding place!”

The conversation between Tyler and Thomas was over. The all-the-while noisy class suddenly became quiet the moment Mr. Clem came in to observe his mathematics teaching period.



The Limitation of Man’s Love…In Search of Love…

Chapter Two

Tyler was in at second level of his Senior Secondary School Year when he convinced himself of the need to be in a relationship with the girl he has feelings for…Jade. Thomas was on hand to help with matters of his heart…

“Tyler, you’ve been disturbing me about Jade. I think this is the time for you to approach her. You can see she’s sitting in front of us.” Thomas whispered.

“I agree! I really want to have her…Thomas; do you think it’s possible for me to have her?”

“Sure! Only if you believe…”

“I think I’ll make the move right now! Please, if you don’t mind, friend, let me be on my way…”

“All the best, Tyler! I’ll be at the school’s Play Ground…then, after the break, we’ll talk!”

Thomas left the class. Tyler wheeled his way towards where Jade sat. At first timid, Tyler summoned the courage to begin the talk…

“Hello” Tyler greeted, looking a bit tensed.

“Hi” replied Jade, showing indifference

“Right from the first day I set my eyes on you, I had been admiring you and as luck would have it, you have been my classmate from one class to the other and till now…I looked forward to when you’ll become…”

Tyler was lost for the right word. Jade realized it.

“Yes, Tyler…you looked forward to when I’ll become your girlfriend. Is that what you wanted to say?”

“Ye…s” Tyler stuttered, appearing frightened.

Jade took a thorough look at Tyler; from the crown of his head down to the soul of his crippled feet, bound to the wheel chair.

“You’re amazing” she chuckled. “Do you think I’ll stoop so low to go out with you? Please, take a good look at yourself before talking to me! I thought you had something very serious to discuss with me only to disturb my peaceful reading of Mills and Boom with your crappy request! Don’t feel insulted, looking at you, I wish to decline your request! I can’t go out with you! Besides, Yale is my boyfriend, more handsome and complete, not like you!”

Tyler felt the whole world crashing on him. He respectfully wheeled his chair back to where he was sited- at the back of the classroom. He placed his head on the desk and took a sober mood till Thomas came.

“Buddy, how did it go with Jade? By the way, why place your head on the desk?”

“Thank goodness you’re here! Jade used my looks to insult me!”

“Oh…Friend! I thought Jade would understand…But women, can they really understand?”

“Guess what, Thomas?”


“I’ll let the whole wide world know that there is ability in disability when I engage myself in my first-ever relationship with the cutest girl ever!”

“That’s the spirit, Tyler! The never-say-never, never-say-die attitude…That’s the character that drives great people towards reaching their goals! Tyler, you can do it! I believe in you! I’m with you all the way! You’re a great person…your never-give-up character is driving you towards meeting the right woman!”

“Yes! Because I was given a ‘no’ response by Jade doesn’t meet the end of the road for me. There are still more doors waiting for me to open! And I’ll! In fact the journey has started!”

“Like I said, I’m with you all the way!”

Miss Sandra began her Physics teaching period shortly afterwards.

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