Thanks,High Priest said:what I have found , is that, "Medu Mba" in Bamileke language is not a sacramental practice as I said before. As a result I take that one out. Now, In Bamileke language ( in Kameroon west Africa) the word "Medu Mba" means :<< I speak wisdom or the Words of wisdom, the words of the wise . GOD>> And this is in African language.Bamileke. And the autor of this translation is Mr P. Mandjudja Nguegang .He says on his website (the site is in french) that Metu Neter and Medu Mba are the same things. Here is the WebPage ;http://www.egypt-tehuti.org/francais/articles/medu-neter.html Now, I will advise that , any one interested in Metu Neter or Medu Mba should learn Bamileke language and find out more. To finish, I will say that, I`m African myself from Ivory Coast west Africa so I don`t need to go to Africa to know , as someone said it before.
Bless you all.
Any chance this web site will be translated to English?