Inc. in Temple Arizona has received permission to reprint Nijel's
article "NUBA WRESTLING - The African Origins of the Martial Arts
Revealed!" as part of a Mesa Community College course
entitled "MAXIMUM LIFE For Men in Transition: Mending Mind, Body,
and Spirit". The instructor is Donavan Lamar,
Article 2 - The Origin
Article 3 - Prince Amenemhat.
Article 4 - Restoring the image of Buddha
Article 5 -
The African Origin and Meaning of the "Belt"
Nijel BPG was interviewed for this 1998 A&E Network documentary on
Color and B&W. Approx 100 minutes total.
Wall relief images from the rock tombs at Mahez
1 - Artist, sculptor, and historian Nijel BPG
has painstakingly recreated this Nuba warrior figure as an attractive
hanging wall relief. Armed with an axe, mace, and knife in his
belt, this warrior is illustrated in the 4th row of the east wall from
the tomb of Prince Amenemhat circa 2,800 B.C. in an area of Egypt once
known as Mahez, now Beni Hasan. Now, you can take pride in the
martial arts heritage of Africa with this first ever decorative wall
plaque from Nijart Int.
African Mental Liberation
Nijel Binns - Afrikan Origin Of The Martial Arts - Quiet discussions have been tossed about for years related to the Afrikan origin of the martial arts, now the facts will be made public. To order CLICK HERE.
The book that
rewrote the history of the martial arts.
Wrestling™ - The Original Art