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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.

Ancient Egypt 39,000 B.C.E. (Reanalyzing Humanity’s History) Part 1

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Ancient Egypt 39,000 BCE Blog/Book Review

Introduction…
The modern assumption is that the Egyptians of the 2nd millennium BCE had the skill level to move large quantities of stone, some over a ton, up to 500 miles away to construct the temples and pyramids. No other civilization has been known to reproduce this and even today with modern technology it would be extremely difficult and very expensive. But we are to believe that a civilization just a few hundred years from the Stone Age was able to accomplish this with copper chisels and stone hammers.

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Cosmic Africa: Africans and Astronomy

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Dear all,

As a physicist, I could not pass on the opportunity to talk about the fellow South African astrophysicist Thebe Medupe ‘s work on Cosmic Africa. Cosmic Africa is a project/documentary about astronomy in African cultures, exploring astronomy among two of the oldest African tribes: the Namib (or Bushmen or San) of Namibia, and the Dogon people of Mali.  I heard this documentary one evening on PRI.  It felt so great hearing an elder from the Dogon tribe talking about their use of the moon, stars, etc, for their harvest.  People still study the sky and the stars to guide them during the hunting season; astronomy is an integral part of their daily lives, dances, and ceremonies.  This knowledge of the sky was passed on from generation to generations for the past 500 years.

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The Dogon people knew certain celestial bodies…

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You Don’t Have to Push It, If It’s Maa (Truth)!

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Hetepu (Peace and Blessings) Family.

Ok. I have had some trolls really trying to tell me about their thing.  I mean, when I tell them I follow my maa (personal truth and what works for me). They flip out and can’t respect it.  They want to tell me that their stuff is the “truth” and how everyone is going to hell. So, I want to share a little bit about what Maa means to me.

Maat (the Personification of Maa) Maat (the Personification of Maa)

I know I do not need to tell you this but I am going to say it anyway. I love you all and I don’t care what you are in so long as it is helping you and not harming anyone. I have to say this because some people think that just because you don’t’ subscribe to Christianity or Islam that you hate Christians, Muslims, etc. And, that is farthest…

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Kemet /Nubia Kache(Founding Council Members of the Trionous Galaxy) Roughens alien bio

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Kemet /Nubia Kache(Founding Council Members of the Trionous Galaxy) Roughens alien bio

Kemetian Kache
Eons ago in the Trionous Galaxy a Dark Skinned humanoid race known as the Kimetian Kache & the Nubian Kache one day came to Earth and helped aide a race similar to their own what was once known as Kimet & Nubia. It was the Triounous Galaxy that gave these Black Africans the knowledge of science as well as mathematics and astrology. During the following: Thutmose III reigned as one of Kemet’s most powerful rulers ever; guiding Kemet to its highest level of excellence since its creation. Thutmose III ascended to the throne in an untraditional fashion. Prior to ruling Kemet he was a devout priest in the temple of Amen. On a feast day, however, the priest paraded with a symbol of the god around the northern colonnade of the Karnak Temple. When it stopped at Thutmose III, it symbolize his right to the throne. As the…

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John Mbiti: The Dialogue between African Religion and Christianity (lecture notes)

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John Mbiti The  Spontaneous Dialogue between African Religion and Christianity Through Evangelization and Bible Translation

Tangaza College, Nairobi, Kenya: Thursday, May 20, 2010

Following are my typed notes from Professor Mbiti’s lecture at nearby Tangaza College. The lecture was hosted by Prof. Jesse Mugambi (Wiki bio) and sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Nairobi in honour of their 40th anniversary.  [The lecture was moved to Tangaza College as the result of “student unrest” at the University of Nairobi.]

Everything on the left margin comes directly from his handout though I’ve reinserted words—eg. articles and verbs—he omitted in the handout to save space. I’m not a terribly fast typist, so I might have captured the general gist of one out of every four or five sentences. I’ve bolded a couple of especially memorable quotes.)

My summary of his basic points:

  1. Christianity in…

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The Power of a Curse

Contemporary Shaman

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Recently quite a few people have ask me if I believe in curses or do I think they are cursed? So I am taking this opportunity to write and share my views on curses and their power. I will share my own view, so please just take what resonates with you and leave the rest behind. One could easily write a book on it! So please excuse the length but I think each aspect is relevant.

  Curse:

 A solemn utterance intended to invoke a supernatural power to

inflict harm or punishment on someone or something.

 Miasma:

A contagious power that has an independent life of its own.

Otherwise known as a curse.

The First Time I Heard The Word Curse.

 The first time I actually heard the word ‘ curse’ was when my mother shared the different names used for when a woman has her moon time (menstruation)…

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Contemporary Shamanism. How To Begin The Journey

Contemporary Shaman

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The reason for this months article is due to a number of people asking me where on earth do they start on the journey of Contemporary Shamanic exploration?

(This is not about how to become a Shaman. One cannot ‘become’ a Shaman just by wanting to and really if you knew what that entailed you would run for the hills. This is about the medicine path and the tools of Contemporary Shamanism that benefit anyone of interest)

So how does one integrate the wisdom and medicine from the shamanic traditions into this present modern day life respectfully?

How does one start to grow a sense of medicine within when one is part of the busy modern world where vanity, achievement, money and brain washing media seem to be more relevant?

The First Step.

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Recognizing And Being Aware Of Energy

What is energy? Energy put simply is…

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