Black Spirituality Religion : Ra Un Nefer Amen Founder of the Ausar Auset Society

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  1. Sekhemu

    Sekhemu Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Ra Un Nefer Amen is Chief Priest of the Ausar Auset Society which is headquarted in Brooklyn New York and has chapters in nearly every major city throughout the U.S. and several cities internationally. In 1985, his excellency Ra Un Nefer Amen I was Enstooled as a Paramount King (Omanhene) and co-ruler of the Agogo state in Ghana West Africa by Agogohene Nana Kwame Akuoko Sarpong. Also presented to him was the Epoh Stool, indicating his role as a leader of the Ashanti region of Ghana.

    Perhaps the only progenitor of Kemetic spirituality that is recognized on the continent of Africa as genuine and Properly sanctioned by kemetic ancestry (by means of divination), Ausar Auset Society has grown primarily due to its teachings of holistic health, which include vegetarianism and Amen's books on spirituality., Metu Neter Vol. 1 & 2. According to the Society, Nile Valley Mall, Inc., operated the first health food stores in America to sell homeopathic remedies in 1979 and introduced contemporaries to Echinacea.

    The Ausar Auset Society is a Pan African Religious organization founded in 1973. As legend would have it, Ra Un Nefer Amen developed a congenial relationship with the Egun HRH Oba Ofuntola Oseijeman Adelabu Adefunmi, the founder of Oyotunji Village, and began to consult the Oracle of Ifa through the Oba for the purpose of organizing the spiritual experiences and messages he was clearly receiving from the spiritual realm. Those consultations shaped soem early organizational structure and comparative religious studies that resulted in the society. Again, as legend would have it, a small group of Ol' Orisa (Orisa Priest) were beseeched by Kemetic Sheps (ancestors) to assist Amen in the establishmen of what most consider the only legitimate revival of Kemetic spirituality outside of teh relatively underground Nubian community that survives in North Africa. They helped develop and train the core group of original society priests. Prior to this tradition, some say that Ra Un Nefer Amen was the Former head of the Rosicrucian Anthroposophical League.

    Amen is preferably referred to as Shekem Ur Shekem (King of Kings) or Ashem Ur Ashem (Chief Priest of Priest), both are traditional titles given to King-Priest in ancient Kemetic culture. He was raised in San Miguel Panama but later moved to the U.S. where he studied classical music and became and accomplished pianist and composer. He later passed on a life in the music industry to focus on more spiritual and culturally fulfilling endeavors.

    Ase
     
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    Wow, it's so good to have you back, Brother.

    Your Kha has been sorely missed here. :bowdown:

    ASE' & HOTEP
     
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    So has your's lord! :bowdown:

    Hotep
     
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    Brotha keep in mind that one of the fundamental tenets of all Traditional African Religions is the spiritual code of ethics, or taboos established by our elevated ancestors.

    The emphasis on the committment to fulfilling our destiny (Ori) as proscribed by the creator and witness/recorded by Djehuti/Orunmila in heaven, prior to our descent into the physical realm.

    It is of little importance whether a person(s) (particuliarly people who have not been initiated into an ATR) questions what you, or any other ATR devotees are here to do in THIS incarnation. The question is, and should be, do you know what you were sent here to do, and what your destiny is.

    Ase

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    100 percent agreement sir


    Thanks for the indept infor regarding mr amen
     
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    Peace. I talked to Rh N Nfr Hmn. He said he was never "the head of Rosicrucian Anthroposophical League" He said he was just using their
    meeting all as a meeting space for his own teachings on the Hpy
    River Valley Sciences. Peace.

    Divine Ruler Equality Allah
    The Nation of Gods and Earths
     
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