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MAA is not Karma


Caution. This is a break from the usual. This is a RANT, so prepare your self. No offensive language is used however, and it is still Rated PG-13, but it is a RANT – nonetheless because...

...You know what?  I am so tired of hearing people tell me what I can’t do and what they can’t do because o…

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Maat is not Karma or Karmic Debt


The first time I wrote this post, some people were a little taken back and wanted me to clarify what I meant by Maa and Maat, so here we go.  According to Kamitic philosophy, Maa is balance, order, justice, righteousness, etc.  and it was personified as a woman wearing a feather plume on her head, …

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The Importance of the Ab (Spiritual Heart)

Do you know why it is important to strengthen and develop your ab (spiritual heart)? Many don't know or understand the concept of free will and the soul because Westerners are afraid of death and see it as being the end. In Afrospiritual traditions, death is not the end.  Death is the start of som…

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Guess What Spiritual Sciences Can Do For You?

Peace Fam. What's up?



Hey just recently, I was sporting one of the new shirts that was made and had mentioned to one of my kinfolk that I was working a monetary miracle and working my faith for it to manifest.  At that moment, my kin mentioned that they would like to rap with me. I was like cool. …

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The Origin of KAMTA: Kamitic/Kemetic Shamanism


Kamitic/Kemetic spirituality or way of life means a lot of things to a lot of people because Kamit/Kemet has and always will be a source of inspiration to generations and for generations to come. For some Kamitic/Kemeitc spirituality/way of life is an initiation system that focuses upon reconne…

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Ancient Bantu Connection: Kamitic/Kemetic Color Symbolism

 

The debate over the ethnicity of the Kamitic/Kemetic people should be laid to rest by now, but the reason it isn’t is because Western academia (despite the overwhelming evidence against their ridiculous claim) is still in denial that black and brown people made significant contributions…

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