Black Spirituality Religion : New: Awowbere (Winter) Elevation

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  1. Ra Nehem

    Ra Nehem Well-Known Member MEMBER

    United States
    Nov 29, 2003
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    Mikyia mo (Greetings),

    During the powbere (fall) season which began on the September 22, 13014 (2013) - the first day of our Akan New Year, we published:

    Instructions of Ptah Hetep: Proper Translation of Instruction 35 - Pre-Pubescent Sexual Taboo

    SET and ANAT: The Dating of Contendings of Heru & Set - dissexuality/homosexuality was Never Accepted in Kamit

    NEHESU-NEGUS-NKOSO - Negus is Not '*****'

    Origin of the ther 'God' - Ngg Ur is Not '*****' - Part 2

    Abosom (Orisha, Vodou, Ntorou/Ntorotu - Deities) Do Not Ask For Money

    ABOA NKWA - Ritual Movement

    We also were able to travel and give presentations to the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Community in Philadelphia (2 visits), Houston, Wilmington, Dallas, Virginia, Knoxville and Connecticut. Because of contributions from the community, we were able to give away free copies of our soft-cover books to all who attended our presentations. About 270 free books were given away in addition to the pdf versions of our 12 books and 60+ articles which are always free downloads from our website.

    This season of awowbere (winter) began on December 21. We presented to the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit Community in Washington DC on that day. We have subsequently released the publications:

    NKOMMO - Question and Answer Session (2 hr video)

    AMANEHUNU - Overcoming Transcarnational Suffering

    AKUMA TRA - Trauma Alignment Recovery (ritual method for overcoming trauma)

    OKYEAME - UHEMAA - Spokesperson of the Sacred

    We are working on scheduling presentations in other cities for this 13-week period as well and are thus having a awowbere (winter) fundraiser to assist with the expenses of printing books, maintaining websites (,,, securing venues for presentations in DC and Maryland and related expenses for upcoming travel outside of the DC/Maryland area to give presentations in other parts of the country.

    If our work has been of value to you, consider making akyede (donation/contribution) in support of our Awowbere funding endeavor for the Elevation of the community:

    Yeda ase (we thank you) to all who have contributed in the past. Your assistance has been the key to our ability to function on the level that we have. For those who have considered making akyede in the past and have yet to do so, we welcome your contribution at any level. We are working on more publications and will be releasing them as soon as we are able. We also look forward to meeting you in person at our upcoming presentations in your area of the country.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at: [email protected]

    Yeda ase again..

    Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
    (Akwamu Nation in North America)