Black Spirituality Religion : Akan Nananom Nsamanfo and Abosom

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  1. Sekhemu

    Sekhemu Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Courtesy of Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan

    Mikyia Mo (greetings)

    The Akwamu (Aakhuamu) people are a sub-group of the Akan (Ah-Kahn) ethnic group who live primarily in the West Afurakani/Afuraikaitnit (West Afrikan) countries of Ghana and Ivory Coast. There are over 20 million Akan people in Afuraka/Afuraitkait. Yet, there are millions of Afrurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut in the Americas, the caribbean, and europe who are of direct Akan ancestry as well-physically/genetically and spiritually.

    Millions of Akan people were captured as prisoners of war in Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) and were subsequently forced into enslavement in the western hemisphere. Once in the Americas and the Caribbean, many of us freed ourselves from enslavement permanently by taking up arms, killing the white slave owners, killing the family and staff of the white slavers and burning down the plantations. We would then migrate to certain areas and establish independent, sovereign nations. Many of these independent sovereign nations lasted for generations up to and beyond the end of "legalized" slavery.

    It was the indomitable soul of the Akan that directed us to listen to the guidance of our Nananom Nsamanfo (honorable Ancestresses and Ancestors), and the Abosom (Goddesses and Gods/Divine Spirit-Forces in Nature). We would then incorporate that guidance in the form of directives for action in order to free ourselves from enslavement, re-establish our sovereignty and maintain our sovereignty. This indomitable soul is carried by the Akan in the western hemispher today who have found out (and those who will soon find out) who they are. It can never be extinguished.

    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi mu recognizes the reality thta only the re-embracing of our own Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit Ancestral culture, which includes most critically our own Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit Ancestral Religion, restores our normalcy as Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit people. This re-embracing is the conscious re-establishment of our identity, and it is the re-establishment of our identity which is the foundation of our sanity, our stability in Creation. Moreover, it is the basis of our capacity to execute complete social, economic, political and spiritual liberation from our absolute enemies--the whites and their offspring (Europeans, white americans, white arabs, white indians, white asians, white hispanics, white native americans, etc) their culture and their pseudo-religiouns.

    The image on the home page (http://www.odwirafo.com/maakherupage.html) is an image of Owia, the Sun, manifesting heightened atmospheric activity often referred to as "solar flares" or a "solar storm". It is a fitting image, for it is through such heightened activity of Owia that the solar fire not only nourishes but purifies by burning-out/disintegrating impurities.

    Odwira, in the Twi language of the Akan means "purification". Odwirafo is an ancestrally inherited and transmitted office existing only within Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi mu. It is defined fundamentally as "the one who is responsible for facilitating UAB-ODWIRA"

    The members of the Aakhuamuman Amaruka Itifi mu are descendants, physically/genetically and spiritually, of 1) Akwamu-Akan Ancestresses and Ancestors who were 2) enslaved in North America or entered North America during the period of enslavement to locate, fight for and liberate their kin and other Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnit. The major Aakhuamuman Akyenaboa (sacred animals; "totems") are Gyata ,enini and odenkyem (lion, python and crocodile). Additionally, as Akan people, the re-embracing of our culture necessarily includes our most ancient Ancestral cultural expressions made manifest by our Ancestresses and Ancestors in their/our civilizations of Keneset and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt).

    It must be underscored that the information found within www.odwirafo.com is not limited to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaintnut of Akan descent. ALL Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut are related and thus have related languages, cultural practices and religious expresssions. We as Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit people are of the same essence and therefor can, and must, be fed and nourished by one another
     
  2. Omowale Jabali

    Omowale Jabali The Cosmic Journeyman PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Thanks for sharing this Brother Sekhemu!
     
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    Sekhemu Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    You're quite welcome brotha!
     
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    please share more


    good post very insight ful
     
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    Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan is the real deal. Go to his website ASAP and download his recording at http://www.odwirafo.com/kukuutuntumpage.html which deals with many topics including the origin of the word "Africa" (true pronunciation "Afuraka"), as well as detailed research on the major firgures of the major world religions (he maintains that they're fictitious and never existed) and how their names were derived from Kamitic/Afrikan terms. There is quite a bit more in this recording which takes up 3 CD's.

    CAUTION: This is powerful information and is not for the faint of heart.
     
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    OmowaleX Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Brother Sekhemu posted this awhile back.
     
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    (Sami_RaMaati) - To all:

    Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan is the real deal. Go to his website ASAP and download his recording at http://www.odwirafo.com/kukuutuntumpage.html which deals with many topics including the origin of the word "Africa" (true pronunciation "Afuraka"), as well as detailed research on the major firgures of the major world religions (he maintains that they're fictitious and never existed) and how their names were derived from Kamitic/Afrikan terms. There is quite a bit more in this recording which takes up 3 CD's.

    CAUTION: This is powerful information and is not for the faint of heart.


    i've been listening to his information for this past week. extremely powerful stuff...
     
  8. Fine1952

    Fine1952 Happy Winter Solstice MEMBER

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    I definitely...

    enjoy researching this type of information!

    Thanks!!!
     
  9. Sekhemu

    Sekhemu Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I thought this thread might answer a few questions floating around out there.
     
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