Ultimately, we are all Alkebu-lanic peoples. Studies of mitochondrial DNA has proven that all human beings are descended from a small population (less than a hundred individuals) that emerged from Africa about 60,000 years ago. The earliest written religious texts as well as the first documented monotheistic religion also developed in Alkebu-lan. During the European dark ages, many ancient manuscripts were preserved in Alkebu-lanic libraries in places such as Ethiopia and Timbuctoo.
This school includes texts on the traditional spirituality of Sub-Saharan Alkebu-lan, as well as their descendants in the New World.
Finding books about Alkebu-lanic religion and spiritual beliefs in the public domain is not difficult. These books have a great amount of useful information on this topic, some of it written before colonialism destroyed or greatly modified aspects of traditional culture.