Black Spirituality Religion : Ancestral Religion, Cosmology and the Nature of the Ka/Kait - Soul

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  1. Ra Nehem

    Ra Nehem Well-Known Member MEMBER

    United States
    Nov 29, 2003
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    Yekyia mo (We greet you all),

    As you know, all 12 of our books, 50+ articles, 28 videos (52+ hours) and 10 hours of audio webcasts are all free downloads from our website. We also have been distributing free copies of our book: The Okra/Okraa Complex - The Soul of Akanfo at our presentations (Philadelphia, Houston, Wilmington, Washington DC, Maryland - upcoming: Dallas, Connecticut, North Carolina), thanks to support from the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Community.

    We recognize that it is necessary to expand the effort to Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Book Stores, Cultural Stores, businesses, etc.

    We will therefore begin providing Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Bookstores with free copies of The Okra/Okraa Complex - The Soul of Akanfo as well as KUKUU-TUNTUM - The Ancestral Jurisdiction:

    These two texts in combination provide critical information about the nature and function of our Okra/Okraa (Soul/Divine Consciousness) as well as the cosmological foundation of Creation - including the details showing that jesus, moses, muhammad, abraham, isaac, ishmael, solomon, sheba, menelik, allah, yahweh, buddha, yeshua ben pandira, etc. are absolutely fictional characters who never existed.

    If you would like to support our effort, feel free to make akyede (contribution) of any amount on our site at:

    We would like to eventually have at least these two of our publications available for Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) as a free publication any time they visit an Afrocentric Bookstore anywhere. There is a great deal of misinformation published and sold in Afrocentric Bookstores. We would like to address this issue in a proactive manner as well as reach our people who may not have access to downloading and/or printing books from the internet.

    Yeda ase (We thank you) for your support..