Nana Kamau Kambon Archives
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How can a Black man have a white God ? The weaponization of religion to facilitate the destruction of the black race. How religion have been used as a tool to indoctrinate the Black mind into surrendering sovereignty to the white criminals and their satanic agendas.
From the Plantation to the Pulpit.
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Speaker : Ayo Kimathi AKA Irritated Genie of Soufeese.

Nana Kamau Kambon Archives
7 Views · 9 days ago

Satan has taken over the economic, political, social, religious and spiritual culture of the Black community in America. And he is trying to wrestle a complete grip on the entire Afrikan world.

Speaker : Ayo Kimathi AKA Irritated Genie of Soufeese.

Baka Omubo
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Mfundishi Jhutyms details his journey in becoming a Kemetic Priest and a Grand Master in the Kupigana Ngumi system. In the full interview Mfundishi gives an overview of the history of Ancient Egypt (Kemet) and its relationship to Christianity, the Hebrews, the impact of Islam and gives his respects to some of the greatest warrior-scholars of our time.

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Baka Omubo
6 Views · 11 days ago

In this week's episode of Powered by Nyame, our topic is magic and the magical world we have and perhaps ought to live in. The modern world is but one version of reality, an artificial one at that. In spite of its seductive allure, of gadgets, devices, and virtual everything, it lacks a soul and remains without a guiding spirit. Making better machines is no substitute for making better human beings. The magical world of the ancients still exist, if we are receptive to it and the human impossibilities it makes possible.

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Baka Omubo
15 Views · 13 days ago

Melanin and the Science of Blackness

Dive into the fascinating world of melanin and the profound science of blackness in this enlightening video. Discover the intricate role of melanin, often referred to as the divine pigment, in determining skin color and its profound impact on human health and biology. Explore the ancient Kemetic teachings that revered melanin as a symbol of divine connection, embodying the essence of the Neter noun, the divine principle of creation. Unravel the spiritual significance of melanin within the context of Amun Ra, the sun god, whose radiance is said to awaken and activate the melanin within us, connecting us to our ancestral roots and cosmic energies. Join us on a journey of understanding, appreciation, and empowerment as we uncover the mysteries of melanin and the profound science of blackness.

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Lucy, the discovery of this 3.2 million-year-old fossil skeleton was such a monumental
breakthrough and what it meant for our understanding of human evolution.
In 1974, a team of researchers led by the renowned paleoanthropologist Dr.
Donald Johanson made a groundbreaking find in the Afar region of Hadar,
Ethiopia. They unearthed an almost complete fossil skeleton belonging to an early
human ancestor of our species, whom they affectionately named Lucy after the
Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds."

The oldest known religion in Ethiopia is a traditional belief system called "Ethiopian
Traditional Religion" or "Ethiopian indigenous faith." This religious practice
predates the arrival of Christianity and Islam in the region by thousands of years. It encompasses a wide
range of spiritual beliefs and practices that have been passed down through
generations and are deeply rooted in Ethiopian culture and heritage.
Ethiopian Religion is characterized by its strong connection to nature,
ancestral worship, and the belief in supernatural forces and spirits. It incorporates
elements of animism, where various aspects of the natural world, such as rivers,
mountains, and trees, are considered to possess spiritual essence and are revered
The practice of Ethiopian Traditional Religion involves rituals, ceremonies, and
offerings to appease and seek blessings from ancestral spirits and deities. These
rituals often take place in sacred sites, such as forests, mountains, or ancient
stone structures known as "mazgabas."

The Aksumite religion, also known as the Aksumite Polytheism, refers to the
religious practices and beliefs of the Aksumite Empire, an ancient kingdom located
in present-day Ethiopia and Eritrea.
The primary deity of the Aksumite religion was the god Mahrem, also known as
Astar, who was considered the supreme god and the protector of the Aksumite
kingdom. Mahrem was associated with the sky, rain, and fertility. The Aksumite
kings, who held significant religious and political authority, were believed to be
direct descendants of Mahrem, solidifying their divine status and legitimacy.
In addition to Mahrem, the Aksumite pantheon included other gods and

goddesses, such as Astar, Beher, Meder, and Waraqa. Each deity had specific
domains and was worshipped for various purposes, including fertility, protection,
agriculture, and prosperity.
The Aksumites also practiced ancestor worship, believing that deceased ancestors
played a role in the spiritual well-being and guidance of the living. They would
honor and venerate their ancestors through rituals and offerings, seeking their
blessings and assistance.
The Aksumite religion was closely intertwined with the political and cultural
aspects of the empire. Temples and religious structures, such as the famous
Stelae of Aksum, were erected to honor the gods and commemorate the rulers.
Ritual ceremonies, sacrifices, and festivals were held to celebrate important
events, agricultural cycles, and religious observances.
With the spread of Christianity in the 4th century CE, the Aksumite religion began
to decline. Christianity eventually became the dominant religion in the region and
played a significant role in shaping Ethiopian culture and identity.
Today, remnants of the Aksumite religion can still be found in Ethiopian Orthodox
Christianity, which incorporates some elements and practices from the ancient
Aksumite belief system. However, the original Aksumite religion, as a distinct and
separate faith, ceased to exist as Christianity took root in the region. And by the 7th and 8th centuries, Islam would take over as the dominant religion of Africa. Which continues today.

The history of Africa begins with the emergence of hominids, archaic humans and — around 300,000–250,000 years ago — anatomically modern humans (Homo sapiens), in East Africa, and continues unbroken into the present as a patchwork of diverse and politically developing nation states. The earliest known recorded history arose in Ancient Egypt, and later in Nubia, the Sahel, the Maghreb, and the Horn of Africa.
Following the desertification of the Sahara, North African history became entwined with the Middle East and Southern Europe while the Bantu expansion swept from modern day Cameroon (Central West Africa) across much of the sub-Saharan continent in waves between around 1000 BC and 1 AD, creating a linguistic commonality across much of the central and Southern continent.

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Baka Omubo
9 Views · 26 days ago

Welcome back to Powered by Nyame (PBN). Glad to have you here. This week we take aim at inner peace--what is it and how to find or maintain it. Peace within is perhaps the most important thing which money cannot buy and which may challenge "true love" for first place on the podium. Check out this episode and let us know what you think. Don't forget to like, subscribe and join this channel to get access to perks:

Baka Omubo
9 Views · 1 month ago

Welcome back to Powered by Nyame! In this week's episode we take aim at true love. Yes, I said it, true love. Check it out and also, while you are here, take a look at our new membership package and all the perks!

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Nana Kamau Kambon Archives
15 Views · 1 month ago

This series examines the current state of Black people's spirituality.
Journey to Amen is a challenge to Afrikans around the world to abandon all foreign deities and accept our Black God and Goddess in our own image.
It is then, and only then, that we will rise as a Race of people.

Speaker :
Ayo Kimathi AKA Irritated Genie
September, 2017

Nana Kamau Kambon Archives
13 Views · 1 month ago

This series examines the current state of Black people's spirituality.
Journey to Amen is a challenge to Afrikans around the world to abandon all foreign deities and accept our Black God and Goddess in our own image.
It is then, and only then, that we will rise as a Race of people.

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