Who are we

Zola Bantu is preparing the hearts of Humanity for the reign of Kwatulendo (reign of peace on earth).

Zola Means Love | Bantu Means People

In Kikongo Language of Kongo

15,000 thousand years ago Ancient Egypt took the mantle of leadership in the world after the great flood that led to the drowning of Atlantis. Nimi Kongo a.k.a Noah left the heart of Afrika and went down to Egypt to build the greatest civilization according to the heart of God that lasted 13,000 years.

A civilization of pure Spirituality guided by the foundation 3 pillars of Spirituality namely Nsaku, Panvu, Nzinga. A triangular geometry of Priests, Scientists and Politicians working together with an incarnated heart of Zola, Ngangu and Lendo translated to mean Love, Purity and Justice.

This was the secret strength of this amazing Civilization that respected the laws of creation and was in harmony with nature. At Zola Bantu our goal is to restore the principles that built and strengthened this Golden age civilization back to Afrika for the preparation of the reign of Kwatulendo (Millennium/Reign of a thousand years)in the current time of Aquarius.

3 Pillars of Spirituality





African Ubuntu

In African Culture, a person and the sense of life of a human being was not “to have”, it was not the accumulation of resources and not to run to other people’s territories to exploit or conquer them and manipulate the market to empty them of their resources, No! Afrika did not have this concept of life. Africa did not have a vision of the world in that way.  How then did Afrika see the world? 

African ancestors and African tradition knew that we came into the world to grow our Ki-Muntu-Ki-Bomoto (Humanity). It means we came from the nation of our Father, and father gave us this earth so that we can become the image and resemblance of our father.  They believed that we came into the world to give birth to qualities of Zola (Love), and also give birth to Knowledge that is inside of us. And the place where we will live, we should live in Bopeto (peace), and this will require us to be wise in the way that we organize ourselves, how we will live and in our work so that we can be able to attain these existential objectives.

For this cause they organized their life in a way that enabled them to attain their paradigm of growth in knowledge and showed how to become Moto (Human), a being that is in the image and resemblance of our creator. They organized their society around a structure and state where they had a temple, a temple that was the guardian of the character of traditions of God-father-the-Creator.  And this temple was in charge of forming people that would rule the state. If someone has the will to rule the state, he/she will get the formation/training from the priest. So that he can learn in his mind, heart and his roots that the world that he/she wants to run, the essential goal of the people that live in this world is to learn the laws of God-The-Father-Creator. 

African Tradition

 So the leader cannot lead or rule if he/she does not know and live by the laws of God-The-Father-Creator. The Afrikan ancestors walked the world in the laws of God-the father that they cultivated from nature. They cultivated the laws of God-The-Father-Creator into political traditions, cultural traditions, and all sorts of just laws that exist in African cosmology. There is a great need for a ruler to know these laws so that he/she can be the guardian of these traditions.  And the woman that a male ruler will marry, she needs to be a woman that will be the guardian of the sacred flame that will help the man all the time to be in proximity to the light of God-The-Father-Creator. So that he and his ministers are able to do a good job. And the people can learn by initiation the laws of God-The-Father-Creator and later show their Ki-Moto (Image of God) into the world. 

 Ladies and gentlemen as you can analyse for yourself you can see that this paradigm has nothing to do with the European paradigm at all.  A man according to the Afrikan paradigm, the ancient paradigm, the paradigm of light when Afrika had no contact with the western world placed man in a social, cultural, ecological space where he can realize his goal and purpose of life with his neighbour, and that goal is to become Muntu (Image and resemblance of God). The goal of a human is to become the Christos of God, and this is in summary the paradigm that Afrikans had. 

 What about the market? A place of exchange is no longer a space of domination or trying to accumulate riches, but a space of exchange of goods and services and not only that, the market is of the goal that not every person can produce everything, instead the society is organized into casts, one cast will produce this and another cast will specialize in a different thing. Then all the different groups of people meet at the market to see how to exchange their goods and services in a just manner, so that everyone can have the satisfaction of his goods for temporary consumption.  The goods of temporary consumption were not exaggerated, the goal of life was not for us to make sky-scrapers and to exaggerate the consumption of goods. The goal of life of course was to gain these goods of consumption, but through the gaining of these goods we learn how to live in love, purity and justice with one another.

  In the Afrikan paradigm the family was of capital importance. The role of a father, the role of a mother, the role of a child, the role of uncles, aunties and even in the society, village or community the roles were given all so that a person can be helped to become into the world. They built societies of peace, non-aggression societies, societies that had an essential goal of promoting excellence of beauty and spirituality. These are the cultures that perpetuated across history, matic traditions and this was the paradigm of us Afrikans. 

 Mothers, Fathers, Friends, and Children of Afrika you can see the two paradigms; On one side how to accumulate riches, a person is defined by how much accounts he has in big banks and when he has these accounts then he is a person of value and importance. He will hide his funds in the panama papers and many other places.  The state needs to have strong armies or else another state will come and attack it. So you have to be strong in the military, and you have to dominate and rule other people so that you can get your paradigm and accumulate riches to define that where you are, you live well, but where others in the third world should continue to be providers of primary materials.  And if they will organize themselves to get the minimum then its ok and if not that is their problem. If they will not be able to accept the minimum, the person or persons who will rule them should at all cost respond to their paradigm. But in African cosmology when foreigners came to visit the Afrikan ancestors gave them wisdom and knowledge so that when they return to their nation they should also work and become Bantu (People who have the image of God-The-Creator). 

African Cosmology

Mothers, Fathers, Friends here you see two visions that are at the center of the Congolese and African crisis, a mercantile vision where many of us are in and we are trying hard to get out of this vision, but not knowing in actual sense we come from the other vision of Afrikan cosmology. So, during the ongoing shock of meetings the European paradigm was based on violence and it managed to take over by force, because as for us when they came we never thought that people would come to visit other people and kill them and harm them.  We did not place ourselves in a defensive situation because we never thought that people in this world that God-The-Father created can live in that manner. This resulted in them colonizing us. They brought and introduced us into slavery and sold us, destroyed our social tissue and with mental colonization they removed in our children in over 5 centuries our way (vision) of seeing the world.  They removed the African cosmology vision by reformatting our minds inside western schools. So republic western schools across Afrika and universities are simply tools of perpetuation and reformation of Afrikans to the vision or way of seeing life

 The Afrikan has a huge difficulty, the Afrikan does not know anymore how to get out of this civilization that has designed his mind for over 5 centuries. Unknowingly he has placed himself in a position where he is looking for a solution again through the same western world that is responsible for the situation that he is in by being the provider and supplier of primary materials in Europe. Mothers, Fathers, Friends see the two visions that are inside the world. But at the moment only one of these visions exist because the vision I just explained of Afrikan cosmology does not exist anymore. The Europeans have done all even in the terms of religion and in all sorts of areas that the approach of conserving the world and design of a person should be in such a way that only depends on accumulating riches. Economists, jurists, and all sorts of professions should come from this paradigm. They also came to notice that in Afrikan paradigm their local languages were the vehicles of the civilization of their ancient paradigm. So there was a need to remove all those languages because those languages would remind people of the ancient paradigm. 

There was a need to make the Afrikan hate his own language, and place in his head that he can only be developed or seen as developed if he is speaking the language of foreigners. A person that is seen teaching in his own local language is seen as a person who is not intelligent and whatever he is saying is not right. But if another person comes and speaks in European language there! the black formatted mind is happy.  A black man takes words of wisdom from a western person and posts them in his publications, but words of wisdom of Afrikan wise men he will disregard saying they are not educated. He will feel shy to put out there the ideas of Africans because he does not know it and is formatted in the water of foreigners. See the pain of black people!

 The question is therefore to know are we going to continue like this? With the following mindset!, “oh they have said, the western powers have set their eyes upon such a person“, “oh now the international deciders have said this“, “oh lets promote democracy“, “if on this law we say this, the deciders will not see us well, so let’s be careful“, “let’s get together so we can find solutions under the surveillance of the international community“, such kind of foolish speeches made Afrikan leaders.  Where are we going to end with this kind of vision and mind-set? “Ah we are the opposition, ah we are opposing”, “We are the ones in power, they want to take our power and we do not want”, “I heard this person is of the same tribe as me, so I am with him“, “another says, oh for me their democracy is not alright, let us rise up and get the power by force so that I can become the leader in this country”,  Everything revolves around the foolishness of the periphery paradigm that the western powers placed in Afrikans and with this kind of foolishness it is difficult for Afrikans to be free, because the mind is formatted and designed to function with those kinds of reflections.  A Lot if intellect eminent personalities are full of pain and grief to see Afrika in that way, but they too are reflecting through the lenses of the western paradigm to see which place Afrika will be while playing the role of supplier of primary materials. 

 So, in summary Afrika is reserved as a source of primary materials. But in the ancient paradigm, Afrika was trying to look at his children so they could achieve spiritual ascension. Afrikan ancestors knew why we came into the world, and that the goal of life is Zola (Love). All temporary activities are assuring to the temporary needs and people we cannot exaggerate on it because it is not finality of existence and those needs need to be redistributed to all people. The goal was how to organize our societies so that love, justice and purity reigns inside and among us. 

 What then will we do Mother, Fathers and Friends because the entire Afrikan political class currently is designed to the thinking of the western paradigm? Voila! Mothers, Fathers, Friends the profound reflection to enable those that want to contribute to the research of the solutions of this crisis so we can all come together, but I would like to give 4 stages to attain maturity, so that we can be able succeed and get out of this mess. 

African Spirituality

 Firstly, we need to do an awakening and wake up of the conscience. The Afrikan really need to be reborn in a new birth. There is a need for conscience awakening personnel’s, so that they can help the people to wake up and to be reconciled to their history. Because the current solutions that are being taken are solutions that do not take account of the history of Afrikan people and have made the Afrikan to live in syncretism. An Afrikan has become a hybrid, and in that hybridation he has devalued himself completely. Afrikan intellectuals are a shame, they will speak foreign languages all day and make mention of all types of things, but have no vision of their history and worse if he is told of his history he looks at it with hate and disregard.  Every time something of Afrikan paradigm is mentioned it is seen to be nothing but witchcraft, see the foolishness of the temple-mindset of Europe. Not knowing that the temple of Afrika was a temple of brotherhood and sisterhood relations. So the first stage we have to think on how we are going to organize the awakening and the wake up of the Afrikan conscience. 

 Second step, In the wake up of the conscience we shall constitute a new Elite body. We will see how in the movement of this awakening and wake up we can be able to organize a new struggle body. And when we say movement of awakening and wake up we do not mean a fighting movement, popular uprising, put such a person in such a place, I will give you this and that we speak not of this, instead we speak of a return to a paradigm that centers love, justice, purity in development of a person. And for that we need to reconcile ourselves to our history and we need to constitute a new elite group that is grained in the history of pure spirituality. 

 Third step, we shall have a political, economic transition. As we are in the paradigm of the west we will not do a revolution as they have arms and a lot of interests. We will see what sort of approach we should take and we will talk between us and also speak to them in a way that we can negotiate a transition of civilization. We will let go of a barbaric civilization and move to the civilization of reign of peace on earth, but it will be in a transitional phase. There is a need for elders who have done that sort of political elite to be able to see off and negotiate that transition. The people will be made aware of this and also the force of progress in the western world. 

 And at the last the fourth step. We will enter into the emerging new civilization. These thereby are my reflections in 4 steps I have spoken to you of the current dominating paradigm that is an accident of history because the paradigm that drove history over a long time was the paradigm of our Afrikan ancestors, the paradigm that the Son of Man came to restore. 

 so, 4 steps

1. Wake up the conscience.

2. Constitution of an elite group according to that wake up.

3. Create a situation of transition of civilization as the people begin to take charge of their lives and see how to negotiate with the civilization of violence.

so that finally,

4. We can then make a reign of peace on earth. 

Our Muntu’s

For the preparation of the reign of Kwatulendo

Name: Afonso Diassonama Luafu

Purpose: Conscience Awaker

Source: Kingdoms of Light

Identity: Spirit of Evolution

Earth Nationality: Angola

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Name: Ekumanyi Wetshi

Purpose: Conscience Awaker

Source: Constellation of Philadelphia

Identity: Spirit of Evolution

Earth Nationality: Kongolese

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Name: Arvy Ngayaka Ngala-Ngala

Purpose: Conscience Awaker

Source: NA

Identity: Spirit of Evolution

Earth Nationality: Kongolese

Message: Zola Bantu Community