Capoeira: A Tale of Martial Arts Mastery, Mysticism and Love

Ptah, a versatile and highly confident martial artist, has been the welterweight champion of his division for the past five years. His prowess in the ring is near legendary and he is popularly known as Ptah the Wizard...But lying just below the competitive struggles in the arena is a universal struggle of good vs. evil, of revenge and deception, of mysticism and history...

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About Khafra Om-Ra-Seti

Khafra K Om-Ra-Seti is the author of World Economic Collapse: The Last Decade and The Global Depression (1994), Bubble Markets and Boom & Bust Cycles: Paradigm Revolutions in the Information Age (2002), and coauthor of Black Futurists in the Information Age: Vision of a 21st Century Technological Renaissance (1997) and author of Capoeira: A Tale of Martial Arts Mastery, Mysticism and Love. In his first novel (sci-fi book), Khafra explores many of his ideas, philosophies and deep interests in the martial arts and African mysticisms. In Capoeira, Khafra combines facts with fiction in a unique story of a Hero’s Journey to achieve mastership in the martial arts. The story spans the course of African history as a timeless metaphor of spiritual evolution and regeneration.

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Film Clips of Mestre Rodrigo
This Film provides various action scenes and training videos of a very talented capoeira Mestre.

Capoeira: Poetry in Motion
The great display of the art form.

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This science fiction fantasy begins the SAGA of s strong African-American family steeped in ancient African mysticisms and scientific traditions. In Capoeira, the author combines facts with fiction in a unique story of a Hero’s Journey to achieve mastership in the martial arts, with the African/Brazilian martial art (Capoeira) serving as the protagonist's ultimate challenge. AUDIO VERSION!

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