Charles Finch III
Dr. Finch is former Director of International Health at the Morehouse School of Medicine
in Atlanta.  He maintains an active lecture schedule and leads tours to Africa periodically.
 He was one of the organizers of the first-ever Senegalese Ndepp healing ceremony in
America, "Coumba Lamba USA," held on St. Helena Island, South Carolina, in August
1996.
Star of Deep Beginnings: The Genesis of African
Science and Technology

The prototechnology of the modern world is traceable to
iron ore mining 43,00 years ago in southern africa and to
the emergence of protomathmatics from Africa's Great
Lakes region over 25,000 years ago. From these
Paleolithic beginnings, science and technology underwent a
steady development in Africa, and the remotest origins of
formal mathematics, astronomy, engineering, architecture,
navigation, and map-making can be found there.
Moreover, in the cosmo-conception of the Dogon of Mali,
there are distinct elements of knowledge that seem t ohave
anticipated some of the most advanced concepts of
modern physics. Outside the Nile Valley, 95% of the
known archaeological sites in Africa have remained
untouched by the spade. When the systematic work of
archaeological recovery of Africa's past begins in earnest,
more astonishing facts about African science and
technology are bound to coome to light.
$22 US (Science, History) ISBN 0-9639444-3-2  
Echoes of The Darkland: Themes from the African Eden

Echoes of the Darkland is the first original book by Dr. Charles S. Finch III in
which the author attempts to trace the origin an evolution of humanity, its
culture, myths, and religion in Africa in light of modern findings. Dr. Finch has
been engaged in private research into African antiquities, comparitive myth and
religion, and anthropology since 1971 and this book represents a kind of
overview of that 20 year period of study. Such a study was neccessarily
private because of the use of special data and the methods handling disparate
materials demonstrated in this book are seldom, if ever, to be encountered in
the ordinary academic setting.
$20.00 US (History, Religion)
African Background to Medical Science: Essays on African History, Science & Civilizations
ISBN - 0907015638
$20.00
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AUTHORS

Akoto
Ayo Salami
Ayi Kwei Armah
Mwalimu Baruti
Tony Browder
Charles Finch
Carter G. Woodson
John Henrick Clarke
Maulana Karenga
Kobi Kambon
Kenneth Zakee
Marimba Ani
Dr. Ben
Bunseki Fu-Kiau
Chike Akua
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