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I am a trained African High Priestess Shaman or Healer (Sangoma) and practising for more than 16 years. I works as Commissioner on issues of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Rights of Communities. I have years of experience working in the field of African Traditional Medicine and herbs, African Spirituality, African Culture and Practises. I lecture on holistic herbalism approach. I am doing television and radio talks on African Traditions, Customs and Cultural issues. I conduct African Traditional Health initiations (Ukuthwasisa) as a Rite of Passage, also a member of the South African AIDS Council. I have been nominated amongst the Top 100 Women of South Africa in 2010 by the Mail and Guardian Magazine.

Afrikan Creation

The African Story of Creation MIATHS

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Looking out the window

Photographing autum leaves

Admiring the colors

Crush peddles harmonizing

Crossing the meadow in the chill

Breeze that’s hugs me

In a gental manner

As my soul calms

I reach my sanctuary

I grabbed my canvas

I begin with a smooth

Stroke of my brush

My soul says don’t rush the process

When your gentle

She will love you for eternity

So in a separate manner I comb

Through the pictures

Looking at wholeness

Stepped on dreams

Half past dead

Yet instead a masterpiece

A beautiful critique of nature

I closed my eyes to feel her

Still beautiful and whole

I soon astral planed

Each color loved by the canvas

Each stroke gentle yet submissive

Starring lovingly at a masterpiece

History repeated itself, perfect

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The Mysterious Powers of Karma and Reincarnation

Theosophy Watch

childs-candle-lightsREINCARNATION is “one of the most important issues faced by philosophy, religion and science that have very significant implications to the understanding of human life,” the Reincarnation Research declares.

Theosophy agrees. “Reincarnation used to be a subject confined to religion. Since the 20th century, however, the inquiry has moved into the field of science.

This comes about “as a result of ground-breaking researches about people, particularly children, whose memories of previous lives have been validated by independent investigations,” the site reports.

“Many of these cases involved birthmarks or physical characteristics at birth that matched the manner of death of the claimed previous life. Some of them also could speak an unlearned language but which corresponded to the language learned in the claimed previous life.

“The concept of reincarnation, however, goes against the mainstream doctrines of a number of major religions. This has created conflicts and has led to raging debates…

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The most comprehensive list of Ascension Symptoms.

Illuminations Now!!

After checking out as many websites about Ascension symptoms (and websites number in the thousands now) , many of the various lists seem to have repeating themes
and symptoms. Here’s the list for anyone who is interested but bear in mind, not everyone will be experiencing all 60 symptoms listed here. We are all going through this process differently and each of us may reflect different symptoms. Some may resonate with 4 or 5 items, some of you may experience up to 20.
All this to say that, you are not alone, thousands of people around the world are also going through something similar.And please remember to consult your doctor if something is beyond irregular!

1. Changing sleep patterns: restlessness, hot feet, waking up two or three times a night. Feeling tired after you wake up and sleepy off and on during the day. There is something called…

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Interview with Kemetic Reconstructionist Priest Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa

amor et mortem

The Autumn issue of Isis-Seshat, the quarterly issued official journal of the worldwide Fellowship of Isis (or FOI; furthermore, I serve as Isis-Seshat’s Executive Editor), featured the bulk of my lengthy interview with one of Kemetic Reconstructionism’s most ardent and articulate champions, Rev. Ptahmassu Nofra-Uaa. He is the co-founder of Hwt-Ka-Ptah/ Temple of Ptah Nevada, a Kemetic Reconstructionist temple dedicated to the celebration and restoration of authentic ancient Egyptian spirituality. He is also High Priest of Per-Auset/Temple of Auset Nevada, a nonprofit educational religious organization representing the Egyptian tradition of the Goddess Auset/Isis. Ptahmassu was legally ordained as a Priest of the Goddess Auset in 2002 by the Rt. Rev. Lady Loreon Vigné, Archpriestess of the Temple of Isis in Geyserville, California–a state and federally recognized church founded to honor the Divine Feminine as embodied in the Egyptian Goddess Isis. In 2004, he was ordained by FOI co-founder Lady Olivia Robertson as…

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“Religious to Excess”: The Ancient Egyptian Worldview of Polytheism and Piety

amor et mortem

“They [the Egyptians] are religious to excess, beyond any nation in the world.”                                           –Herodotus, Histories, Vol. II (Euterpe): An Account of Egypt

The View from Postmodernity

What is it about ancient Egypt that captures our hearts and fascinates us through the millennia?

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The oldest brew in the world, made after a song for the ancient Sumerian beer goddess

Ancient Afrikan Beer and Goddesses.. Umqombothi.. and many other names we know our traditional Beer..

Lords of the Drinks

An old Mesopotamian clay tablet shows people drinking beer through straws. An old Mesopotamian clay tablet shows people drinking beer through straws.

Beer has been around for ages, more than 5.000 years actually. But the stuff our ancient ancestors drank was quite a different brew than the large variety of beers we know today. In 2013 the Great Lakes Brewing Company in Cleveland (USA) joined forces with archaeologists from the nearby University of Chicago to brew a beer in the way people did 5.000 years ago in Mesopotamia. As a recipe they used a song the Sumerians made for their beer goddess: the Hymn to Ninkasi. This brew never hit the market but there are some modern versions available. Or you can just make your own Sumerian beer.

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