Black Spirituality Religion : The Emergence of Sekhmet

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    How apropos, omowalejabali, considering our discussion last night re: bey/riri as inanna/sekhmet....also, i've read odwirafo's article on Afi (a form of Het Hrt/Hru or Oshun) and was doin a praise dance in my bedroom lol so i look forward to reading this one as well. thanks Ra Nehem for sharing!
     
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    Mikyia mo (greetings),

    Yenni aseda (you're welcome)..

    Also see: Abenaa - The Obosom of Abenaa and Abenaada
    http://www.odwirafo.com/Akradinbosom_Abenaa.pdf

    Abenaa is Sekhmet (Yoruba Iyaami Abeni) while Afi is Het Heru (Yoruba Oshun). A title of Afi in Akan is Kyekye (Chey-cheh). This is the Akan pronunciation of Het-Her.

    Odwirafo
     
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