Symbology dives into the sign and symbols of the Greek Fraternities and Sororities, the Black Church and the Illuminati’s control and manipulation of the food industry.
Symbology: The Psychological Covert War on Hip Hop Book 2
Symbology dives into the sign and symbols of the Greek Fraternities and Sororities, the Black Church and the Illuminati’s control and manipulation of the food industry. Professor Griff is a cultural entertainment analyst, internationally renowned educator, writer, producer, musician, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame recording artist, lecturer and co-founding member of the pioneering and revolutionary hip hop group Public Enemy. Author of the popular music business guide: Musick Bizness R.I.P. (Resource Information Publication), Griff stands as a highly acclaimed, seasoned entertainment industry veteran and sought-after resource on all aspects of the music business. An activist within both the conscious and hip hop communities; Griff currently stands as a permanent fixture on the international lecture circuit with his riveting and powerful discourse/book, The Psychological Covert War on Hip Hop.
Symbology is the follow up to Professor Griff’s seminal work The Psychological Cover War on Hip Hop. In Symbology, Griff digs deeper into the science of symbols and offers hundreds of examples of illustrations and text of how symbols are used to manipulate the thinking of the masses of people. As a reference book that is based on years of research, Griff pays tribute to Dr. Frances Cress Welsing via her definition of white supremacy with ten chapters being the themes of racism, economics, education, entertainment, labour, law, politics, religion, sex and war. Being the Minister of Information for the revolutionary hip hop group Public Enemy, Griff never fails to bring forth information making his audience not simply look at content but “see into it”. Symobology is not a book that is an analysis of symbols through Griff’s point of view nor should it be read in one sitting–one could end up suffering from information and sensory overload. Readers bear the responsibility of drawing their own conclusions and connecting the dots with the rich content laid out in almost 300 pages.
In Symbology, Griff takes us to the water but can only invite us to drink for ourselves. We are invited to take bits and pieces reflecting on the insight it provides. As a reference book, Symbology should be a starting point leading to a more discriminating eye of how symbols influence how we think and experience the world. However, it doesn’t end there. As Griff always teaches the African proverb, “Each one, teach three.” Readers have the duty and charge to share the information, use it to critically think and challenge what they have come to know to be the truth. Ultimately, readers should gain an understanding of what these symbols mean and to (re)discover how to (re)create symbols that can be used to benefit the community, nation, and world.
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