Hurricanes: The Raging Spirit of African Ancestors

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According to NASA’s research scientists, hurricanes that hit the Atlantic coasts are born in storm systems off the west coast of Africa which is identical to the route of the transatlantic slave trade. Hurricanes cannot form just anywhere in the world due to the need for hot and humid air. They normally form close to the equator and move west or northwest in a path called Hurricane Alley which is a stretch of warm water through the Atlantic Ocean from the west coast of Africa to the coast of Central America.

But the accumulating point thresholds at the “Door of No Return” on Goree Island, off the coast of Senegal in West Africa; the final exit point of captured Africans. African women, men, and children were herded like animals, crowded into filthy, unsanitary holding pens, frightened, and terrorized beyond belief and often slaughtered merciless there.

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