61 . Tales of the Zopilote – This 31-page collection of story-poems dealing with Zopilote (the buzzard) and other birds from Yucatan in Mexico presents six narratives, rendered in metric verse. Each of the tales conveys an important message revealing both negative (i.e. greed, jealousy, arrogance, ambition) and positive aspects (generosity) of human behavior. The tales, in effect, serve to make the reader aware of deceptive behavior in humans and/or give instructions on proper behavior (Price: $18 in color & $9 in Black & White).

62. Creation Stories in Rhymed Metric Verse: Book I - The first in a series of books dealing with the creation written in rhymed metric verse, this 79 paged volume presents the following eight narrative poems: 1) the K’iche’ Mayan origin story (Guatemala); 2) a Kanaka origin story (New Caledonia, Melanesia); 3) a Tanna origin story (Vanuatu, Melanesia), 4) an Ancient Egyptian origin story; 5) a Yoruba origin story (Nigeria); 6) the Judeo/Christian origin story; 7) an Aboriginal origin story (Australia); and 8) the Big Bang creation story.

63. Communicate en K’iche’- an introductory course in the study of the K’iche’ language this volume contains 87 page volume contains 20 chapters organized in the following manner: 1) objective of the lesson; 2) new vocabulary; 3) examples using the question and possible responses; 4) grammatical explanations and cultural notes; and 5) exercises. After each three of four chapters there is a review in the form of a dialog that combines the grammatical structures presented in previous lessons. The book concludes with a small photo gallery. Upon finishing this course the reader will be able to ask any question that comes to his mind as well as understand the response because s/he will have acquired a grammatical base as well as an adequate vocabulary.

64. Popol Wuj II - This 133-paged volume features a rhymed metric version of the historical portion of the Pop Wuj (i.e. Books III & IV) along with a foreword, introduction, and conclusion which provide a great deal of contextual and interpretive information. It also contains: a) an annotated prose summary of pre-Colombian K’iche’ history; b) a K’iche’ Sound System & Pronunciation Guide; c) a section dealing with possible relations between the Ancient Maya and Nubians; and d) a number of photos of the ruins of Q’u’markaj. The book has 15 original drawings made by twin Mayan artists from Chichicastenango, Guatemala – the place where the original version was first discovered by a Spanish Friar.

65. Cosmic Combat Warriors – This is an excerpt from BMA VII: Cosmic Combat Yoga, the Sixth Face of Hanuman. The preceding volume of the Black Martial Arts series dealt with Hanuman (the legendary Hindu Monkey God) and his warriors – that is, the practitioners of 5 Dravidian Martial Arts in Tamil Nadu and Southern Kerala, namely: silambam, murai adi, kalari, mallar kambam and sadúgudu whereas this volume, the eighth publication in the series, deals with Cosmic Combat Yoga – a sixth art practiced by Hanuman and many of his adherents. The book, which contains 150 pages, over 100 photos and an informative glossary with eight entries, provides information dealing with the lives and accomplishments of 17 “ cosmic combat warriors” as well as guidance and techniques for the ultimate warrior in his battle to vanquish the formidable obstacles that separate him from divinity.

66. Dan Aiki Comic: Book II - Comic book version of #2, above, illustrated by Ernesto Antonio Mondlane;

67. Dan Aiki Comic: Book III -  Comic book version of #3, above, illustrated by Rejão de Carvalho;

68. Dan Aiki Comic: Book V - Comic book version of #6, above, illustrated by Cassamo Mussagy Molane;

69. Saga of Shaka Zulu (Color) - a revised color version of  #31, above.

70. Royal House of Zulu (Color) - The Royal House of Zulu presents the history, glory, trials and tribulations of the Zulu Nation from the time of Shaka, founder of the Imperial Zulu Nation, to the present. This beautifully illustrated presentation in verse contains four Books, namely: a) The Saga of Shaka; b) the Saga of Dingane; c) the Saga of Mpande and Cetshwayo; and d) the Drama of the Four Post Conquest Kings: Dinuzulu, Solomon, Cyprian, and Goodwill. All of the information presented herein is held to be truthful. Highlights include Shaka’s life and rise to power, his assassination at the hands of his two brothers and body servant; Dingane’s rule and death at the hands of the Swazi; Mpande’s long unhappy rule; Cetshwayo’s intrigues, victories, and eventual defeat at the hands of the British; the partition of Zululand into 13 chieftancies; Cethwayo’s return; Dinuzulu’s war against Zibhebhu;  the Bambhata Rebellion; the rise of Apartheid; Bantutization; the dismantlement of the racist Republic of South Africa; and the present reality and hopes for the Zulu future.