The Quest of Alkebulan, the First Spiritual Documentary on Africa, recently visited the UK with host Maame Grace to explore the cultural and spiritual heritage of the country. The episode focused on the iconic Stonehenge monument, which attracts over 1.5 million tourists each year and is seen as a symbol of British culture and heritage.
During her visit, Maame Grace compared how the British have preserved their heritage at the Stonehenge to how Ghanaians have neglected theirs at the Techiman Grotto. The Grotto is a natural rock formation in Ghana with huge stone monuments that were not man-made but engineered by nature.
According to www.cediweb.com, Maame Grace’s message to Africans was clear: “Africa, we need to wake up and help ourselves!” The neglect of the Techiman Grotto highlights the importance of preserving cultural and spiritual monuments, which serve as a link to our past and help us understand our present.
Produced by GEROM TV, The Quest of Alkebulan is the first-ever spiritual documentary on Africa to be made available on YouTube. The show seeks to inspire Africans to preserve their heritage for future generations and explore the spiritual heritage of the continent.
The comparison between the Stonehenge and the Techiman Grotto in The Quest of Alkebulan episode is a timely reminder of the importance of preserving cultural and spiritual heritage. As Africans, we must recognize the value of our cultural and spiritual monuments and actively work to preserve them for future generations.
The Quest of Alkebulan continues to inspire and educate Africans on their rich cultural and spiritual heritage. The episode in the UK with Maame Grace is a must-watch for anyone interested in the preservation of heritage monuments.