Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka



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Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
25 Views · 6 months ago

⁣Introduction: the kulunsi, the Kongo cross, named by Kibambuende K. Fu-kiau the Kongo Cosmogram, is in reality the summary of all the teachings of Bukongo, the Kongo religion. In this video we will explore the epistemological meaning of the kulunsi and explain how it relates to the acquisition of new knowledge..
Conclusion: the kulunsi, called by Fu-kiau Kongo Cosmogram, is the summary of all the teachings bequathed by our ancestors. As an epistemological symbol, it teaches us that the highest means of the acquisition of new knowledge is the purification of thoughts. This is the process that allowed ancient Egyptians to reach to their astonishing knowledge. A process that is a must for nowadays Blacks.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
38 Views · 10 months ago

⁣What happens before, during, and after the
process called death? This video gives the answer to this query in the light of
Bukôngo, the Kongo religion, as a divine exact science. It shows that death is
a mere trip from a dream of mortal existence to another dream less material.
Death needs not to be a frightening experience. For, to those who are
enlightened it is a meeting with the kin who are in the beyond.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
19 Views · 10 months ago

⁣This video relies on the Kongo religion, Bukôngo, and on the
demonstrated scientific nature of this trend of African traditional religion to
explain the unity that exists between the concept of religion as knowledge and
the concept of spirituality as a practice. In the light of Bukôngo and its
natural systematic theology, the kemetic cosmological argument, it is proven
that these two concepts need not to be at loggerhead, they are rather
inseparable in their contribution to the elevation of the Black nation as a

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
20 Views · 10 months ago

⁣Divine science, as exact science, teaches us that just as the east-west movement of the sun is an illusion, evil is actually a lie. Evil is an illusion of the bodily senses. Understanding this selling allows us to overcome evil through spiritual means, through prayer.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
26 Views · 10 months ago

This video is about the definition of African traditional spirituality. This spirituality is defined according to the two different practices of African traditional religion: the divine and the human.

Thus African traditional spirituality is our ability to transcend the limitations imposed on us by the physical body. This mastery is obtained permanently in the divine thanks to the purification of thoughts and is obtained in the human thanks to the observance of rituals.

In the divine African spirituality is the awakening of our divine nature, the Logos through the assistance of holy ancestors, while in the human it is gained through the succor of the illuminated ancestors.

More on this subject can be found in my books available at Amazon.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
11 Views · 10 months ago

⁣This video discusses the existence of a true master whose life and works
were used to predicate the biblical accounts of Jesus. It obvious the name of
that master was not Jesus. This existence is proven by the use this master and
his disciples made of divine scientific truths in the context of the Hebrews. Now,
these truths are part of an exact science unknown of the Whites. This nature of
our religion is proven thanks to the kemetic cosmological argument. Not knowing
this truth, the Whites people could not be the authors of its contextualization.
This master could not be Osiris, since this one is not a human being, but the
divine nature of you and me. He could not also be Horus, since this is the
temporal manifestation of the Logos in each one of us. That master was teaching
the scientific truth bequeathed to us by our ancestors. A truth we have the
right to claim while rejecting the cultural attached to it.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
24 Views · 10 months ago

⁣This video shows that the truths of the Bible were stolen from Black
people. This fact was first revealed by the Kongo prophet Simon Kimbangu.

The late Egyptologist Kalala Omutunde also insisted on the fact that the
Romans plundered the library of Alexandria and burned it after having stolen
the contents. However, they didn't know that the same contents were inscribed
deep down in the tombs.

According to Pigafetta, the Portugueses on their arrival at the Kingdom
of Kongo burned the Holy Scriptures of the Kongo people on the ground that they
were about magic.

Today, thanks to the kemetic cosmological argument (KCA) discovered by
our academy Nzil'Alowa, the truths stolen and hidden from the Black is again available.
Divine science is demonstrated to be an exact science.

The scientificity of African traditional religion (ATR) revealed by the
KCA must be reestablished in all the trends of ATR. For, this science is a
powerful tool for the unification of the Black nation and for the defense of
the traditional science and technology bequeathed by our ancestors.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
16 Views · 11 months ago

⁣In this video we show the existence of two practices of African
traditional religion: the divine and the human.

The divine practice is based on the purification of thoughts. In this
practice the initiate aims to (1) become back the Child of God, an Osiris, he
has been prior to is original bad use of his God-given free will. (2) To
develop a power that will be perpetuated as a human power. (3) To fight
witchcraft through the means of divine Love.

In the human practice the power originally transmitted by the initiate
of the divine practice is used to organize, elevate, and protect society.

The power developed in the divine practice can be used only in good
ways, while the power used in the human practice can be used for good or for
evil purposes. The ancestors acting in the divine practice are those abiding in
the holy world symbolized by water (Bakulu ba maza), while the spirits acting
in the human practice are those animating nature (bakulu ba nseke).

These two practices must work in synergy in order to bring the progress
of Africa; hence, the necessity to understand their distinction and to bring
back the divine dimension in our different cultures.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
18 Views · 11 months ago


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Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
36 Views · 11 months ago

This video shows us that the African traditional religion can be practiced at the divine level and at the human level.

At the divine level, the practice is based on the purification of thoughts and aims to recover one's nature as a Child of God (an Osiris), to develop a power, and to protect the community against witchcraft. The power developed at this level is the succor of the ancestors of water (bakulu ba maza), it can only be used in good.

In human practice, the power developed in divine practice is perpetuated as the use of the spirits of forest (bakulu ba nseke) for the protection of the population, its elevation, and its peace. Power in human practice can be used in good as well in evil.

To learn more about this topic please use my book entitled BUKONGO available from Amazon.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
24 Views · 11 months ago

African traditional religion (ATR) is, in reality, in exact science. This nature of ATR was known in ancient Egypt, and it has been kept in the Kongo religion, Bukôngo.

That ATR is an exact science can be proven thanks to the kemetic cosmological argument. This nature of ATR is a powerful denial of the suggestion of the cultural inferiority of the Black people.

It is also a powerful tool for the reunification of the Black Nation.

It is thus important for this dimension of African traditional religion to be brought back in all the trends of religion bequeathed by our ancestors.

More on this subject can be found in my book titled BUKÔNGO available here:

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
25 Views · 1 year ago

Dr Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka, Ph.D.(hon)


1. In his book entitled "Stolen Legacy", James shows us that the points, on which ancient Greek philosophers speculated, were the same ones discussed by the Egyptian religion. Now, we demonstrate that this religion is an EXACT SCIENCE (see on our book titled BUKÔNGO). The Egyptians therefore could not speculate on what they had exact knowledge of.
2. The epistemology of ancient Egypt, like that of today's south-Saharan Africa, was based on the freedom of the soul from the body. In such a paradigm knowledge is above all revelation, and induction always has a low profile. Hence, speculation cannot set itself up as a discipline.
3. No one can name a single African village where speculation has taken up a stand as a discipline. On the contrary, when a contradiction appears, the elders always say: "Let's sleep and may the head have a dream". How in such an epistemological context could speculation take root in our ancestors?

Philosophy, as a speculative discipline, was originated from the Greeks, and from the fact that the Egyptians hid from them the solar religion, an exact science. Thus, starting from the bits which they gleaned by the inadvertence of their Masters, the Greek students filled their knowledge by using speculation.

We should therefore NEVER confuse philosophy as scientific knowledge in general (which is of Egyptian origin) and philosophy as a speculative discipline (which is of Greek origin).

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
70 Views · 2 years ago

This video handles the issue of the transcendence of the Supreme Being in African traditional religion and shows its consequences in the practice of prayer and spiritual healing

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
49 Views · 2 years ago

Dans cette vidéo, Dr Luyaluka aborde le sujet de la religion kôngo, le Bukôngo, sous l'angle de sa nature en tant que science exacte et montre ses implications dans les domaines de la cosmogonie, de là cosmologie et de la spiritualité. Il souligne le retour à la scientificité de la religion traditionnelle négro-africaine comme base de la renaissance solaire ou l'éveil scientifique et technologique des Noirs comme prophétisé par Simon Kimbangu.

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
41 Views · 2 years ago

⁣In this video Dr Luyaluka join the audience of Ancestral Voices to share his views about the scientific nature of African traditional religion (ATR).

Thanks to a cosmological argument, he demonstrates that, in its original nature, ATR is an exact science.

Emphasizing the importance of this affirmation, Dr Luyaluka shows its relevance in the domains of African ethics, traditional technology, renaissance, etc.

The ideas of this video have been inspired by our book titled BUKÔNGO available here:

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
69 Views · 2 years ago

We live in a period where Western materialism tries to impose a relativism of moral values.

In face of this permanent threat of the destruction of our traditional moral values, it's time for us to demonstrate and affirm the scientific foundation of our traditional ethics.

This demonstration is all more important as amnesia leads many Africans today to see in this ethics only a secular humanistic construction.

The ideas of this video have been inspired by our book titled BUKÔNGO available here:

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
71 Views · 2 years ago

Thanks to the use of the Kemetic cosmological argument, the natural systematic theology of Bukôngo,
this video sustains that the worshipping of divine spirits in Voodoo and their use to control nature is not a superstitious belief but a the practice of a science.
The ideas of this video have been inspired by my book titled BUKÔNGO, available at this link:


Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
43 Views · 2 years ago

In this interview with Ancestral Voices, Dr Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka explored the concept of n'kisi and showed that it should not be reduced to the demeaning notion of fetish.

N'kisi means power and spirit and alludes to religion as a means to empower the human being through the courtesy of divine spirits.

Dr. Luyaluka joins the 1st in a 3-part series of videos covering various aspects of BaKongo and other African spiritual traditions.

Dr Luyaluka books can be found here:


Ancestral Voices

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
69 Views · 3 years ago

⁣This video explains the meaning of the word Kôngo as alluding to the divine mystery as the teaching of the import and the practice of God's law.

The video shows also that the purpose assigned to the Kôngo people is to preserve the African divine mystery, which is an exact science, and give it back to the African nation for cultural reunification of the Blacks of the continent and the diaspora.

The ideas of this video have been inspired by my book titled BUKÔNGO available at

Kiatezua Lubanzadio Luyaluka
138 Views · 3 years ago

Fire, earth, water and air were presented by Aristotle as the basic elements constituting the physical universe.

In this video these for elements are shown as being in reality states of consciousness characterizing the elevation of beings from the fall to the regaining of the lost expression of divinity.

The ideas of this video have been inspired by our book titled BUKÔNGO available here:

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