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Why is KAMTA (Kamitic Shamanism and the Maa Aankh Cosmogram), so Important to Me?

Peace Family.

I was recently asked why is KAMTA and the maa aankh so important to me?  It was a loaded question.

So, I began by stating that it was Brother Arthur Flower’s Hoodooway list (which I had the honor and priviliege of participating on) and the Orb of Djenra blog that first brought to my…

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How To Make the Transition to Kamitic/Kemetic Spirituality?

 


Peace Family. Sorry I have been gone for a minute but we're back.

In recent years there has been a lot of information that has surfaced on the net about Kamitic/Kemetic spirituality, Jesus and the Council of Nicea. So much so, truth seekers are at odds with each other and/or confused as to whe…

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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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What is Kamitic/Kemetic Shamanism?

 


A couple of people I have spoken with online have looked at my book, website and asked what is Kamitic/Kemetic Shamanism and how did I come up with it? I couldn’t clearly actually sum it up in a few words or sentences because it was something that I just sat down one day and decided to make. It…

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What is the Kamitic/Kemetic Calling?

A couple of people I have spoken with online have looked at my book, website and asked what is Kamitic/Kemetic Shamanism and how did I come up with it? I couldn’t clearly actually sum it up in a few words or sentences because it was something that I just sat down one day and decided to make. It was…

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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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Why Black People Say Amen?

Amun or Amen is a Kamitic word that translates to mean "the hidden" or "concealed" but our ancient ancestors were full of puns and expressions. Like their descendants today one word depending on how it was used or said could have numerous meanings. That being said, when compared to the maa aankh, A…

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