If you enjoy Black History with a touch of mysticism thrown in, I know you will enjoy my latest YouTube video on the life of Robert T. Browne (1882-1978).  

Born to illiterate former slaves in LaGrange, Texas in 1882, Browne became an associate of the fiery black nationalist leader Marcus Garvey in Harlem. He authored a ground breaking philosophical treatise that prefigured the ideas of quantum physics in 1918. During World War II, he survived three years of near starvation in a Japanese prison camp where he taught his fellow internees self-hypnosis and mind-control techniques before being rescued in a daring predawn raid by U.S. paratroopers. 

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