January 9, 2017

The MOONLIGHT BAZAAR has invited the AFRICAN HERITAGE FOUNDATION (AHF) to host February’s edition of this event. It will be held on the 11th of February at Neil’s Plantation in St Michael ( near Salters St George). The bazaar runs from 5pm to 9pm.


Is the Caribbean a paradise for renewable energy?

Caribbean energy
August 6, 2015

Derek’s one-door shop selling cakes, sweets and soft drinks in Barbados appears at first glance to be just like any other, until you lift your eyes upward. On the roof is an array of solar panels arranged in a less-than textbook design, but the aesthetics don’t matter. What’s important is that it produces usable energy. What motivated Derek to get into solar power? Was it a desire to be green…


The Energy of the Strip Club

April 5, 2015

As a higher conscious person the first thing I notice about this picture is the ENERGY of it. In one picture we can witness the willingness and tendency of a man to lower his standards. This is particularly true when you have an environment where drugs and alcohol becomes a must to deal with the situation. In that case all common sense goes out the window and a man might not…


Energy 4 Life ….with Shola Arewa

February 21, 2015

OAH welcomes Caroline ‘Shola’ Arewa once again to share with us as she shares of herself  with so many others. Caroline Arewa was one of the first people that consented to write an article for the OAH free of cost. For that act of charity the OAH is eternally grateful. Thus it gives me extra pleasure to welcome Caroline to our website.


No such thing as casual sex. Understanding self and sexual INTER Course

February 9, 2015

I read this at Black Supremacy Love N Unity and had to share with our OAH readers. At times we may have feelings of being unsettled and confused and really don’t have a logical reason to give ourselves why we feel this way. This short feature gives some insight into a plausible reason for such feelings. The question remains throughout the OAH blog series  on SEX, “has sex been trivialized…


Africa: Thinking Like a CEO – Why a 19-Year-Old Is Winning the Clean Energy Game in Kenya

February 6, 2015

By Kate Douglas Tom Osborn has a humble manner about him, which is surprising since, at the age of 19, he has already been recognised as one of world’s top young entrepreneurs. He is the founder of GreenChar in Kenya, a clean energy start-up that produces charcoal briquettes for cooking purposes that are both healthier to use and last longer. His coals are produced from recycled agricultural waste such as…


Solar Power Plant in Africa to Supply Europe

October 29, 2014

George Putic October 29, 2014 12:23 AM WASHINGTON—By 2018, a large solar power plant in the Tunisian part of the Sahara desert may start sending power to energy-hungry Western Europe. The company running the plant says once it is fully operational it will generate almost twice as much electricity as an average nuclear plant and supply two million homes in Europe.



June 23, 2014

  The arts of sacred sexuality have always been practiced with the intent of transforming mundane thoughts, feelings, and energy into a higher, spiritualized, personal experience of oneness, or union, with all that exists. The practice of sacred sexuality dates back to an ancient culture known as the Lemurians. The Lemurians combined creativity, vibrational healing, aromatherapy, and spirituality. They lived in harmony with body and soul and honored the creative…