Thursday, November 13, 2014

All The Sistars and Queens Out There: (MUST READ) Commandments For Self Love

ALL THE SISTARS and QUEENS OUT THERE: (MUST READ)
COMMANDMENTS FOR SELF LOVE

By: Queen Ma Nuta Beqsu Moses aka Adenike Amen-Ra (C) 2014

My Dear Beautiful Melanin Queens and Sistars! Know Thyself- You are a living soul having a human experience. You dwell in a Sacred Goddess Temple. You are one body, mind and spirit connected to all life in a conscious collective. Love the gift of the skin that you wear! Love thyself and Love one another.
Take care of your Body as your Sacred Living Temple- to Clean, Care for, Cultivate and Nourish. Breathe on purpose. Meditate and Envision your positive desires. Feel your heartbeat. Stop and smell the flowers. Think positive pleasant beautiful thoughts and speak Positive affirmations. Look and listen to beauty and harmony. Taste the nourishing energy of health and wellness to your body. Surround yourself with positive people who love you for you. We are Eve.  Black Women are the Ankh and the Womb- foundation of life and Civilization.  The oldest bones on the planet, Eve/ Lucy have been found in East Central Afrika, millions of years ago! So, Our-story does not begin with 400 years of US enslavement! Our Ancestors have been on the planet for more than 400 years. Our Ancestors go back in time to the very foundation of human life and the Queen Mothers of civilization. Learn your Roots and family heritage -to RESTORE YOUR INDIGO MINDS!

In reference to the Maury "Who's-da-daddy?"/ Jerry Springier show-and-tell Fiascoes... Our Black Women need to come together as Sistars and not farm and garden tools...
There is no accusation, blame, or lie games going on here. So Many of our Melanin Indigo Women and Men, have literally sold themselves and their children to the DEVIL, for the price of a free DNA test, to an International public spectacle, arena circus! The Tell-Lie-Vision has done a number on our people to program and brainwash- and send us to the sunken place! Who taught our people that promiscuity adultery, fornication, and homosexuality was OK?

Quoting Dr. Amos Wilson: "What last names do you identify yourself with? What language do you speak? Who's picture is on the money that you slave for? Who's clothing do you wear? Who's Cosmetics do you wipe on your face, Who's hair do you wear? Who's food do you Eat? What Schools do we take our children to?

The Roman empire, used to throw people into an arena to be consumed by Lions. Now our queen mother's are consumed by lying- to themselves,- Lying down like dogs -with dogs, and getting up with the flees! We must RE- MEM-BER! who we are and purpose, and heritage!

 KNOW-THY-SELF! We need to create more Indigo centered woman's circles, AND Men's circles for our Girls and Male youth to thrive in! SEX is a SACRED VORTEX! Our bodies are Sacred space ships. We are Sols have a human experience...

http://nuta-ankh.blogspot.com/2014/04/ankh-kemetic-womb-of-mandkind-and.html
  1. Know your purpose -Nia. Walk in your Destiny and Health. Discipline, exercise and prepare your mind, body and spirit accordingly. If you don’t know your destiny, find a Natural Spiritual guide or counselor who can direct your path. Honor your elders and Ancestors in your walk and Cultivate your Spirit.    Connect to our Outreach: Amen Par Ankh (Sacred Temple of Life) Contact: amen.parankh@gmail.com Call/text: Queenma Nuta Beqsu Moses aka Adenike Amen-Ra 816-839-7945
  2. Health is Wealth- Develop healthy nurturing eating and drinking habits. Get plenty of rest and exercise. Most of our ailments are caused by sleep deprivation and dehydration. Always breakfast and avoid sweets. Drink plenty of water. We are more water than anything else. Avoid dead white acid foods. Keep your teeth Clean/floss. Read labels. Avoid GMOs, fluoride and other toxic chemicals in your food and drinks. Watch your Air, Water, and Land. We are dying more from what we put into our mouths than from homicide. African Americans suffer more than anyone in the US from heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, High Blood Pressure and Cancers. Return to eating a Mediterranean, diet with more Vegetables, Fruit and nuts and less Carbohydrates. If you prefer a little meat, eat it as a garnish. Live Life fresh and Naturally. You are what you eat- Garbage in -garbage out. Not only should good food go into your body temple, but also your skin, which is the largest area of your body.                                 https://nuta-ankh.blogspot.com/2016/06/hand-of-disease-and-death.html
  3. Your skin and hair are alive and need nourishment too. Use natural soaps, watch your make-up –some of their toxic effects are -vision loss. Acrylic Nails are toxic too. The chemicals that are spread onto your finger tips enter the nerve endings or wands of your spiritual or chakra energy. Be cautious of the illusions of wigs, weave dyes, bleaches, cosmetic surgery and perms etc. too. Know that every natural hair on your skin is the radiant antenna to the universe. Not only are you altering your hair, but your scalp too. Be careful of tattoos. Find out about the inks and needles going into your skin. Get to know who is touching and sending energy into your body- cooks, food growers, doctors, masseur-se, hairdressers, nail techs etc..as well as friends and lovers. Consider wearing natural fabrics. Cotton, linen, wool, leather or silk. So many people are polyester queens. It has been argued that breast and uterine cancers are caused by our skin absorbing these toxins from wearing nylon, acrylic, polyester circulation constricting undergarments and clothing as well as the Aluminum in antiperspirant deodorants. 
  4. Avoid - alcohol, drugs and smoking. They have killed so many others-Don’t allow them to take your life. Drugs, smoking and alcohol can waste your life in other ways too. Think about all of the hours of time and money that you had spent away destroying your vital organs, health, skin, teeth and appearance. You look back with shame and little accomplishments. Then you spend the rest of your life paying for surgery and medical care and then prescription drugs to save and restore your life and health and to take away pain. It’s a viscous cycle.
  5. Cultivate and Exercise your body and mind, Master Yoga, Breathing, Meditation and Prayer. Go to sleep 90 minutes after sundown. At least sleep between 9pm and 2am to get optimal melatonin to your glands and chakra zones. Learn and Practice martial arts and self-defense. Reading IS fundamental. Not only is there so much comfort in a book. But there are so many self-help and creative resources to be gained. You have the power in the palm of your hand to download ebooks and audiobooks too. 
  6. Add value to yourself. Have your own ambitions, aspirations and goals. Don't be fooled that marriage and a partner will solve all your problems or that a Relationship and Children should be your only role. Remember the law of Attraction. 
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  7. Don't be in a hurry to move out of your parent’s house. You can still receive the value of being under their umbrella of protection for your safety and security. This is also a good strategy to build up your money and credit when you decide to move on your own.--- It is our Afrikan Centered custom to live and share in a communal structure of extended family and interdependence. Only in the US-western societies do you have a competitive, polarizing, individualized social structure that is alienating and isolating. This concept of independence, instead of interdependence, is counterproductive to true economics. Eco-Nomic-s is a family based system.                         
  8. Don't wait for a man and a relationship before you start living. You can live a fulfilled life as a single woman. Get plenty of healthy exercise and recreation. Find a hobby, Learn a skill: Cultivate a garden, Sing, sketch, Sew, learn a craft, Recycle, Clean out your clutter, make jewelry, Draw, Paint, Sculpt, Join a Choral group, Connect with younger youth and children as a mentor to pay forward a legacy. Write, read, visit, volunteer at seniors and children's hospitals, Join a study group, club or associations, etc.  
  9. Boredom isolation and loneliness can be uncomfortable and sometimes very painful. You must Love Yourself, believe in yourself and become your own best friend. Be realistic in who you are. We live in an addictive society where so many things are misused to replace or fill the holes and emptiness in our lives. Some use food, sex, or substance abuse. Some abuse or cut themselves, or cultivate bulimia and anorexia. Some become compulsive shop-a-holics to fill their voids, some shoplift for the thrill, etc.. This self-abuse can lead to obsessions and perverted fetishes and behaviors. Seek counseling from a qualified counselor, or seek group therapy.  https://nuta-ankh.blogspot.com/2014/04/saartjie-baartum-hottentot-venus-1789.html
  10. Walk in Dignity, Integrity and Virtue. Don't entertain wrong numbers calling you, especially late in the night. It's not the right way to find a companion. Be cautious with Internet dating too. It is also very rare that music clubs and bar scenes have had any success in finding real lasting companionship. Don't get misused, and pressured into thinking of sex as proof of love. Sex is not a proof for love; (he may still leave you after all that sweet sex.) Some men "live to work" some "work to live" Ultimately one should find a kindred spirit.
  11. Love is a verb. Love is not lust, infatuation, relief from loneliness, sexual attraction and pleasure. We often confuse love with lust. Women often compromise and give away their bodies and even get pregnant thinking that they will be loved. Men will often only give the “appearance” of love or interest in haste to get sexual pleasure. Remember that Sex is the bonding act of kindling Life, Spirituality and Creativity within the bond of a committed relationship. Historically, this society has irreparably broken the bonds of cultural kinships in melanin original peoples, that created a climate for support in marriage, family and community. It also does a poor job in cultivating men and women to be in loving committed relationships with no accountability or consequences. Too often we confuse love with pleasure. Love is not only a feeling. As true love is a verb, it is the trust, attitude and gestures demonstrated in the time, attention and devotion that partners show each other. People should first be friends and love each other without having sex. Yes the physical act of sex does raise the endorphin and dopamine in the brain, the same way that laughter, food, drinks, drugs, or any other pleasure does. (This might be how sex becomes addiction.) Sex is not only for the purpose of reproducing; in the heart of a committed relationship, the sex act is the spiritual and sacred trust and rekindling of the smoldering fire and bond of the relationship and family. There are many forms and ways to show Love. The best ways to get love is to first love and respect yourself. "Love- So many people use your name in vain..." We must reconsider our Kinship and Extended Family bonds to be reunited. Our Men must be reunited with solid family roles, Brothers, Uncles, and fathers should return to our children and our family based economics...
  12. Don't marry someone because they have money; else you'll just become one of their possessions. Don’t marry someone because YOU have money, a house, etc.; else you’ll just be a hostess for a sociopathic parasite, who will only misuse you until your are weakened, then walk away and move onto another hostess.
  13. Cultivate Your Dress Code. Dress well: first impressions count. People will judge you by your countenance, the way you look and choice of dress and accessories, even before they talk to you.. There are many non verbal communication messages in your dress, body piercings, tattoos, whether cultural, religious or in business.  Respect yourself, your Family, your Ancestors, values and Your Heritage as you walk before other young girls. Your integrity, ethics and your dress code display and reflect your character and where you came from. It is unspoken communication of your testimonial. Many people will respect and remember you because of your character, decency and modesty. 
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Monday, September 1, 2014

I Breathe

I breathe with Amen, Ankh, Net and Ma.

I breathe with Nu, Tefnut, Shu, and Ra.

I breathe with Sekhmet, Taweret, Wadjet and Nekhbet


I breathe with Ausar, Auset, Het Heru and Set

WE ARE THE ANCIENT ONES!
The pillars of civilizations
We are the Fountains, the Food and the Home Hearth front

I breathe with my Great-Great Great Grand Queen Mothers and
The ALL- the infinite Sheps and Aku reaching back into the depths of time...

I send my breath on to be
a source of inspiration for my Seeds
for my Praet great grandchildren and generations to see...
Sensing the presence of these
and countless inspiring off-springs
of the past, the present, and the future I glean

I rest in the flow of these exquisite contemplation of constellations....



Nuta Beqsu, is a Queen Ma of many Suns, Princess-Daughters, Grand Princesses and Princes, living in the urban Kansas City Area. Looking for solutions to the cycles of violence, health disparities, poverty, and inequalities in wealth, she opened the Amen Par Ankh, a Natural Life Center, and Amen Ankh Urban Farm. This is a green space for Child Care, Home Scholars, an Independent Library and Home Blessings and Notions. She is a blogger and respected public speaker and educator who has conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) Nu, Nut, & Ta are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Atmosphere, Moisture, and Water. Nut is the Sky goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for land. Our land is our home, and the place for the empirical existence that we are experiencing. She seeks to live in balance between the planetary and heavenly existence. We are all connected to the land, trees, microcosm and macrocosm, Inner verse and universe. Nuta Beqsu (heaven gives me balance) will be programmed into conscious spirit, to produce thought sequences to direct a course of action as way to achieve successfulness in life. Visualization is thought converted into a pleasurable visual image(s) to achieve a goal and/or purpose. We connect with Divine Power to guide and direct our pathways. As a divine name is spoken the receiver has unity of direction in life. Her name reflects her Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smells and colors associated with a divine name will give guidance in her pathway. Amen Par Ankh offers Consultations for Destiny, Name, Health, Career and Relationships. Call for your appointment: 816-304-7240 Feel free to Contact the Amen Ankh Urban Farm... amen.ankh@live.com or amen.parankh@gmail.com Please like our facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/Green.Griot https://www.facebook.com/PARANKH , https://www.facebook.com/Amen.Ankh.Farm , https://www.facebook.com/Adenike.Art , https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ankh-The-Way-of-Life-Communities/140162689375565

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Black Men Are KRST

Black Men are KRST

Our Black men are living in this time of wholesale murder by the authorities of this society. They are suffering from a living death, as human sacrifices, to perpetuate an Isfit world of Imperialism.

When we see our Black men wearing these "counterfeit christ" death symbols, that glorify the execution and suffering of one man, while ignoring the on going suffering of all of our own young Black men, and an ever widening gap filled with poor people, we can see how All of Our Black Men have been rendered unconscious by the anti-KRST who is here in the world, and actually serve as willing slaughtered lambs. They don't see that they are really the Black KRST Heru warriors, because they are blinded by the dysfunctional fictitious character that hides an alien agenda of dead stone, blue eyed demonic charade, and who masquerades into the psyche of our youth, in most cases by their own family members- mothers, aunts, and fathers who choose to daily drink from the weakened milk of a better world, after they die. From youth, they have been mentally enslaved to daily maintain this false illusion of the status quote of Isfit (confusion, chaos, mayhem) Maafa (A terrible disaster) and imperialism for more than the past 2000 year world paradigm... KRST stands for *Ka- Immortal Eternal Soul, Life Force *Ra- Sun Creation, Enlightened *Sa- Protector, Bes *Ta- Land, Kingdom.


The alien counterfeit religions of this world have built false institutions to direct our men to be slaughtered in mind body and soul. Our families, while ignorantly supporting these religious institutions, continue to lie to our children using the fantasy perversions of our own native cultural seasonal celebrations- with Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, St Patrick, Jack-O-Lanterns and the Tooth Fairy, so that our youth grow up to then embrace more false platitudes of allegiance, to patriotism, justice, salvation and righteousness- that are bias, bigoted, racist, and sexist.

Our youth are corralled into a slaughterhouse for their own annihilation. As long as we choose to follow the false alien values and belief systems of these religions, we shall always hear about the Trayvons and Emmett Tills, lynchings from 3rd Grade defective educational systems- to the prison and military industrial complex, while our youth are invited to shoot a ball through a basket. This reminds me of the Aztec/Mayan sacrifices in the latter days of decline in the civilization, with death sacrifice on a daily bases, as their children kicked the skulls of the sacrificed around as pastime footballs!









Our Children need to feel respected and valued in their own life with their own cultural centered, values and beliefs. We often try to acculturate our Pre-Teens into this isfit, alien pseudo value system because we don't recognize or know ourselves, or we have rejected our own ways through brainwashing and ignorance. Our story is still not written or recognized in the textbooks of their institutions. This system has no respect or relationship to our own cultural values. You can set a youth into an unhealthy spiral of power and control conflicts, to crush their spirit and self esteem, or have them grow to hate all authority figures... Sometimes we "Willie Lynch" our own children "for massa" and instill dysfunctional ideas that destroy their adult lives and relationships...

"It was our Krstianity that enabled us to live naturally and in spiritual communion with nature, But we were deceived by those who pretended to come in peace, and they replaced our Krstianity with their Christianity, and as a result we have been powerless ever since. We were tricked into attaching ourselves to their counterfeit that sounds like that which empowers us." Ray Hagins


Our youth are the walking wounded corralled into a war zone for genocide. Our youth are suffering from PTSD and an overload of mis-information. Many of the adults around them who are socialized into the psychopathy of a toxic enemy mind, do not offer any solutions. They are hollow, unconscious, stripped of their own culture and self knowledge. All that our adults have to offer are platitudes, prayer vigils, and basketball games.

KRSTs or the youth coming into the consciousness of their Natural ancient original ways of life. They have chosen to moved towards nature, balance, cooperative, harmonious spiritual ways. They are our Indigo Golden Herus, finding and rebuilding the 14 pieces of Ausar.

The difference between a KRST and a "Christ" is -KRST consciousness, that opened the way in our cultural understanding of the cosmos, to create a culture that enabled us to live in harmony with creation in a natural balance and in spiritual communion with the natural world. We were deceived by those who invaded our residences, pretending to come in peace, then they replaced our KRST consciousness with the man made Christian religion, and as a result we have been powerless and impotent ever since. We were even taught to despise and reject our own beliefs and value systems, that were plagiarized and written right in their holy books, as false teachers, deceivers witchcraft, hoodoo, and trivial. We were tricked and bamboozled into attaching ourselves to their counterfeit religions, thinking that their way is more empowering than our own. In the U.S. there was a generational degrade of our people over time, where we were striped of our land, resources, culture- language, philosophy, connection with our spiritual understanding. When you wipe the mind of any connection or relationship- It is easy to then incept and replace ideas. Words have power. Lies have cataclysmic, damaging effects. The moment that we begin to accept lies and false inceptions, our body and mind begins to change. We are under attack by autoimmune diseases. Our immune system does not bother to distinguish between fact or fantasy. Our consciousness no longer question truth or lies. It only reacts to what it is given.  That is why they attack our naive children, and get the parents to go along with- an Easter bunny laying colored eggs, Halloween Trick-a-Trunks, and a fat white bearded man magically appearing in our homes to replace our parental authority, economics and leadership. We are actually dysfunctionally co-depending on an foreign alien personification, rather than our own collective consciousness and Ancestors. It seems familiar because their system was co-opted from our own! Yet, there is something skewed and inert about their structure. Maybe it is because of their calcified pineal gland. Like a father born with no eyes trying to explain to his sighted child, everything he knows about vision. Some children love their Father so much that they will take out their own eyes to be like their father rather than to see the real world! This reminds me of the Eagle and the pigeon story or the Ugly Duckling story- How a Beautiful Black swan, crippled herself to be like a duck, until she found her own flock. Black people have taken swine entrails that were given to us to enslave and degrade our consciousness, and attempted to make them into a palatable gourmet delicacy- Yet in reality, we are actually feeding our children and inviting into our sacred temple, the lowest foulest piece of animal carcass- swine intestine entrails- instead of growing our own foods and feeding our temples and mind the abundance and variety of nutritious and healthy foods... Yet most are not even eating food- they are only drinking milk/pus.

"Only cowardly, blinded, ignorant men (and mothers) see their children under attack and join the attackers. Our children are suffering, and acting and lashing out. All we do is suppress them even more. We have not succeeded in constructing the institutions and organizations to heal them and direct their Righteous Anger, so they spiral down and fall into the traps that our enemies set for them. Then we stand over the pit and shame them for falling. This is Disgraceful."

"Our youth don't owe us shit, we owe them an apology, and a promise that we will retake the world for them.-" Diallo Kenyatta-


It is often unpleasant to be moved out of one's comfort zone. To realize that they are believing a lie, and to see the error of one's ways, can sometimes be very traumatic. Then, to also recognize that their parents, friends and family have virtually lied to them in their innocence and ignorance. This is called Cognitive Dissonance. Yet, as our Black men and women will fight to their death, thinking they are martyrs for their slave master's belief system, to continue to lead our youth into this fraudulent circle jerk of an alien patriarchy. We thereby enable and empower our adversaries in the mind, body/temple and soul of each generation. We must move from drinking the milk/pus of our oppressors- to eating the meat of our own Black African Ancestors and way of life.

Our Indigo crystal Youth ARE KRSTs! KRST stands for *Ka- Immortal Eternal Soul- Life Force *Ra- Sun Creation, enlightened *Sa- Protector, Bes *Ta- Land, Kingdom.

The KRST HERUs are returning in our youth in our lifetime! Respect the real Trinity of Auset-Heru and Ausar!

Y/Our job as awakened conscious Men- Fathers, Brothers, Uncles, (and Mothers, Sisters, Auntie) and Teachers, is to unite, awaken and teach our youth how to recognize and resist this anti-KRST, then to Re-Member and show them by example, how to be and live as true KRST/Heru- who vanquished the assault of his father Ausar -by destroying Set and reuniting the 14 pieces of Ausar!...

Here in Kansas City, We have established the Amen Par Ankh as an oasis to the Post Traumatic Stress Disorders and Detoxification from the battlefield on isfit hostile environment centered around our youth. Please Contact Priestess Nuta Beqsu for more Information. We are building our youth to economic entrepreneurial literacy


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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Queen Mother Ruby Dee Ascended to the Aku



http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/ruby-dee-dead-91-article-1.1827040

Ruby Dee dead at 91: Legendary stage and screen actress — and Civil Rights leader — frequently costarred with husband Ossie Davis
Family member confirms death. Dee was living in New Rochelle.

BY JOE NEUMAIER , JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ , NANCY DILLON

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Published: Thursday, June 12, 2014, 12:22 PM

Updated: Thursday, June 12, 2014, 1:54 PM

AFRO NEWSPAPER/GADO/GETTY IMAGESRuby Dee in 1960.

Stage and screen legend Ruby Dee, who personified grace, grit and progress at a time when African-American women were given little space in movies and on stage, died Wednesday in New Rochelle, N.Y. She was 91.

The death was confirmed Thursday by a family member, who declined to answer any questions pending the release of a statement.

"She died late (Wednesday) with her whole family around her," family friend Latifah Salahudin told the Daily News. "All three kids and seven grandkids were there, surrounding her with so much love. She went peacefully from natural causes. We should all be so lucky."

"She was so full of life and so strong. Such a powerful woman. We're all going to miss her," Salahudin added.

The Cleveland-born, New York-raised actress and activist — winner of an Emmy, a Grammy and a Screen Actors Guild award, among others — not only starred on Broadway (“Take It From the Top!” “Two Hah Hahs and a Homeboy”), film (Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” and “Jungle Fever”), and TV (“All God’s Children,” “Feast of All Saints”), but, with her husband and collaborator Ossie Davis, was a major figure in the Civil Rights movement.

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Ruby Dee gives a reading at the March on Washington in 1963. EnlargeEVERETT COLLECTION / EVERETT COL


Dee (with Sidney Poitier) starred in "A Raisin in the Sun" in 1961. Enlarge

In 2005, Dee and Davis received the National Civil Rights Museum’s Lifetime Achievement Freedom award. Davis died in February of that year.

Dee’s first film role came in 1949, in the musical drama “That Man of Mine.” She played Rachel Robinson in “The Jackie Robinson Story” in 1950, and costarred opposite Nat King Cole, Eartha Kitt and Cab Calloway in “St. Louis Blues” (1958).

She appeared in the 1979 TV movie “Roots: The Next Generations,” and costarred with Davis in their own short-lived 1980-81 show, “Ossie and Ruby!”

The two played contentious neighbors who embodied, and recalled, the social unrest of the ’60s in Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” (1989). She earned her sole Academy Award nomination, for Best Supporting Actress, for “American Gangster” (2007).

Her final film was the still-in-production crime drama “King Dog,” opposite Ice-T.


Dee was a frequent presence on New York stages for four decades, since joining the American Negro Theatre in 1941 before her stage debut two years later in the Broadway drama "South Pacific."

In 1946 she costarred in the play "Jeb" with Davis, whom she married in 1948.

In 1953, Dee starred in the Broadway premiere of "A Raisin in the Sun," playing the wife of Sidney Poitier — and reprised that role in the film eight years later.


REED SAXON/ASSOCIATED PRESSDee poses with husband Ossie Davis when the pair won ;ifetime achievment awards from the Screen Actors Guild in 2001.

Dee's last Broadway performance was in the 1988 comedy "Checkmates," which marked the debut of Denzel Washington, who is currently on the boards in Poitier role in “A Raisin in the Sun.”

Washington declined to comment: "Not today," a spokesperson said.

But the Rev. Al Sharpton issued a statement calling Dee "a phenomenally rare artist and a jewel to our nation and community."

"I was privileged to work on several civil rights cases with her and her husband Ossie Davis," the statement added. "She was as committed to social justice as she was to the screen and stage. She will be greatly missed.”

ASTRID STAWIARZ/GETTY IMAGESDee attended "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross" in 2013.

Dee's absence from the stage never dimmed her status as a trailblazer. Accepting her best actress Tony Award on June 8, Audra McDonald heralded a number including women, including Dee, saying, "I am standing on Lena Horne's shoulders. I am standing on Maya Angelou's shoulders. I am standing on Dianne Caroll and Ruby Dee."

Beyond her artistic work, Dee is best known for her work as an activist. She was long a member of such organizations as the Congress of Racial Equality, the NAACP, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), and Southern Christian Leadership Conference. She and Davis were personal friends of both Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X, whose eulogy Davis gave in 1965, two years after Dee gave a stirring reading at King’s March on Washington.

Dee was born Ruby Wallace, but kept her married surname even after she divorced her first husband, blues singer Frankie Dee, in the 1940s. She married Davis in 1948 and the two collaborated for decades on art, activism and family, having three children, blues musician Guy Davis, and two daughters, Nora Day and Hasna Muhammad, all of whom survive Dee.

The couple also raised eyebrows with an autobiography that advocated open marriage, saying that lies, not extramarital affairs, destroy marriages. They later said that they came to realize that they didn't need anyone else.

A documentary on the couple's trailblazing career and personal history, "Life's Essentials with Ruby Dee," will screen on June 18 at the 18th Annual American Black Film Festival in Chelsea. The film was directed by Dee and Davis' grandson Muta’Ali

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/ruby-dee-dead-91-article-1.1827040#ixzz34RzO7kqy


Nuta Beqsu, is a Queen Ma of many Grand Princesses and Princes, living in the urban Kansas City Area. Looking for solutions to the cycles of violence, health disparities, poverty, and inequalities in wealth, she opened the Amen Par Ankh, a Natural Life Center, and Amen Ankh Urban Farm. This is a green space for Child Care, Home Scholars, an Independent Library and Home Blessings and Notions. She is a blogger and respected public speaker and educator who has conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) Nu, Nut, & Ta are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Atmosphere, Moisture, and Water. Nut is the Sky goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for land. Our land is our home, and the place for the empirical existence that we are experiencing. She seeks to live in balance between the planetary and heavenly existence. We are all connected to the land, trees, microcosm and macrocosm, Inner verse and universe. Nuta Beqsu (heaven gives me balance) will be programed into conscious spirit, to produce thought sequences to direct a course of action as way to achieve successfulness in life. Visualization is thought converted into a pleasurable visual image(s) to achieve a goal and/or purpose. We connect with Divine Power to guide and direct our pathways. As a divine name is spoken the receiver has unity of direction in life. Her name reflects her Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smells and colors associated with a devine name will give guidance in her pathway. Amen Par Ankh offers Counsultations for Destiny, Health, Career and Relationships. Call for your appointment: 816-304-7240 Feel free ot Contact the Amen Ankh Urban Farm... amen.ankh@live.com or amen.parankh@gmail.com Please like our facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/Green.Griot https://www.facebook.com/PARANKH , https://www.facebook.com/Amen.Ankh.Farm , https://www.facebook.com/Adenike.Art , https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ankh-The-Way-of-Life-Communities/140162689375565

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Ascension of Queen Maya Angelou April 4th 1928 - May 28th 2014

Queen Maya Angelou The Heart of a Woman

Credit: Suge White

Maya Angelou was born on April 4, 1928. Born Marguerite Annie Johnson in St. Louis, Missouri. Her parents divorced when she was only three and she was sent with her brother Bailey to live with their grandmother in the small town of Stamps, Arkansas. In Stamps, the young girl experienced the racial discrimination that was the legally enforced way of Jim Crow laws in the American South, but she also absorbed the deep religious faith and old-fashioned courtesy of traditional African American life. She credits her grandmother and her extended family with instilling in her the values that informed her later life and career. She enjoyed a close relationship with her brother. Unable to pronounce her name because of a stutter, Bailey called her "My" for "My sister." A few years later, when he read a book about the Maya Indians, he began to call her "Maya," and the name stuck.
 At age seven, while visiting her mother in Chicago, she was sexually molested by her mother's boyfriend. Too ashamed to tell any of the adults in her life, she confided in her brother. When she later heard the news that an uncle had killed her attacker, she felt that her words had killed the man. She fell silent and did not speak for five years.
 Maya began to speak again at 13, when she and her brother rejoined their mother in San Francisco. Maya attended Mission High School and won a scholarship to study dance and drama at San Francisco's Labor School, where she was exposed to the progressive ideals that animated her later political activism. She dropped out of school in her teens to become San Francisco's first African American female cable car conductor. She later returned to high school, but became pregnant in her senior year and graduated a few weeks before giving birth to her son, Guy. She left home at 16 and took on the difficult life of a single mother, supporting herself and her son by working as a waitress and cook, but she had not given up on her talents for music, dance, performance and poetry.
 In 1952, she married a Greek sailor named Anastasios Angelopulos. When she began her career as a nightclub singer, she took the professional name Maya Angelou, combining her childhood nickname with a form of her husband's name. Although the marriage did not last, her performing career flourished. She toured Europe with a production of the opera Porgy and Bess in 1954 and 1955. She studied modern dance with Martha Graham, danced with Alvin Ailey on television variety shows and recorded her first record album, Calypso Lady (1957).
 She had composed song lyrics and poems for many years, and by the end of the 1950's was increasingly interested in developing her skills as a writer. She moved to New York, where she joined the Harlem Writers Guild and took her place among the growing number of young Black writers and artists associated with the Civil Rights Movement. She acted in the historic Off-Broadway production of Jean Genet's The Blacks and wrote and performed a Cabaret for Freedom with the actor and comedian Godfrey Cambridge.
 In New York, she fell in love with the South African civil rights activist Vusumzi Make and in 1960, the couple moved, with Angelou's son, to Cairo, Egypt. In Cairo, Angelou served as editor of the English language weekly The Arab Observer. Angelou and Guy later moved to Ghana, where she joined a thriving group of African American expatriates. She served as an instructor and assistant administrator at the University of Ghana's School of Music and Drama, worked as feature editor for The African Review and wrote for The Ghanaian Times and the Ghanaian Broadcasting Company.
 During her years abroad, she read and studied voraciously, mastering French, Spanish, Italian, Arabic and the West African language Fanti. She met with the American dissident leader Malcolm X in his visits to Ghana, and corresponded with him as his thinking evolved from the racially polarized thinking of his youth to the more inclusive vision of his maturity.
 Maya Angelou returned to America in 1964, with the intention of helping Malcolm X build his new Organization of African American Unity. Shortly after her arrival in the United States, Malcolm X was assassinated, and his plans for a new organization died with him. Angelou involved herself in television production and remained active in the Civil Rights Movement, working more closely with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who requested that Angelou serve as Northern Coordinator for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. His assassination, falling on her birthday in 1968, left her devastated. With the guidance of her friend, the novelist James Baldwin, she found solace in writing, and began work on the book that would become 'I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings'. The book tells the story of her life from her childhood in Arkansas to the birth of her child. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings was published in 1970 to widespread critical acclaim and enormous popular success.
 Seemingly overnight, Angelou became a national figure. In the following years, books of her verse and the subsequent volumes of her autobiographical narrative won her a huge international audience. She was increasingly in demand as a teacher and lecturer and continued to explore dramatic forms as well. She wrote the screenplay and composed the score for the film Georgia, Georgia (1972). Her screenplay, the first by an African American woman ever to be filmed, was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
 Angelou has been invited by successive Presidents of the United States to serve in various capacities. President Ford appointed her to the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission and President Carter invited her to serve on the Presidential Commission for the International Year of the Woman. President Clinton requested that she compose a poem to read at his inauguration in 1993. Angelou's reading of her poem "On the Pulse of the Morning" was broadcast live around the world.
 Since 1981, Angelou has served as Reynolds Professor of American Studies at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She has continued to appear on television and in films including Poetic Justice (1993) and the landmark television adaptation of Roots (1977). She has directed numerous dramatic and documentary programs on television and directed her first feature film, Down in the Delta, in 1996.
 The list of her published works now includes more than 30 titles. These include numerous volumes of verse, beginning with Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Die (1971). Books of her stories and essays include Wouldn't Take Nothing For My Journey Now (1993) and Even the Stars Look Lonesome (1997). She has continued the compelling narrative of her life in the books Gather Together in My Name (1974),Singin' and Swingin' and Gettin' Merry Like Christmas (1976),The Heart of a Woman (1981), All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes (1987) and A Song Flung Up to Heaven(2002).
 In 2000, Dr. Angelou was honored with the Presidential Medal of the Arts; she received the Ford's Theatre Lincoln Medal in 2008. The same year, she narrated the award-winning documentary film The Black Candle and published a book of guidance for young women, Letter to My Daughter. In 2011, President Barack Obama awarded her the nation's highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
 Maya Angelou also participated in a series of live broadcasts for Achievement Television in 1991, 1994 and 1997, taking questions submitted by students from across the United States.
 Rest in peace, Maya Angelou. We will ALWAYS love you!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyHqafC740QBio of Dr. Maya Angelou


Nuta Beqsu, is a Queen mom of many Grand Princesses and Princes, living in the urban Kansas City Area. Looking for solutions to the cycles of violence, health disparities, poverty, and inequalities in wealth, she opened the Amen Par Ankh, a Natural Life Center, and Amen Ankh Urban Farm. This is a green space for Child Care, Home Scholars, an Independent Library and Home Blessings and Notions. She is a blogger and respected public speaker and educator who has conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) Nu, Nut, & Ta are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Atmosphere, Moisture, and Water. Nut is the Sky goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for land. Our land is our home, and the place for the empirical existence that we are experiencing. She seeks to live in balance between the planetary and heavenly existence. We are all connected to the land, trees, microcosm and macrocosm, Inner verse and universe. Nuta Beqsu (heaven gives me balance) will be programed into conscious spirit, to produce thought sequences to direct a course of action as way to achieve successfulness in life. Visualization is thought converted into a pleasurable visual image(s) to achieve a goal and/or purpose. We connect with Divine Power to guide and direct our pathways. As a divine name is spoken the receiver has unity of direction in life. Her name reflects her Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smells and colors associated with a devine name will give guidance in her pathway. Amen Par Ankh offers Counsultations for Destiny, Health, Career and Relationships. Call for your appointment: 816-304-7240 Feel free ot Contact the Amen Ankh Urban Farm... amen.ankh@live.com or amen.parankh@gmail.com Please like our facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/Green.Griot https://www.facebook.com/PARANKH , https://www.facebook.com/Amen.Ankh.Farm , https://www.facebook.com/Adenike.Art , https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ankh-The-Way-of-Life-Communities/140162689375565

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Afrikan Centered Education Umoja Karamu




Nuta Beqsu, is a Kandki Ma of many Suns, Daughters, Grand Princesses and Princes, living in the urban Kansas City Area. With a Mission to provide solutions to the cycles of violence, health disparities, poverty, and inequalities in wealth, she opened the Amen Par Ankh, a Natural Life Center, and Amen Ankh Academy and Homeschool network of Industrial arts. This is a green space for Home Scholars, an Independent Library and Home Blessings and Notions. She presently available for Consultations, Workshops Edutainment and lectures. currently working with grief counseling making Dolls for mothers who have suffered loss of their children. A Teacher, Priestess, Minister, Life coach, blogger and respected public speaker and educator who has conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. She has a monthly call-in or listen online- Radio show http://www.blogtalkradio.com/amencommunications Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) This is an ancient KMT language that is still in practice today. Nu, Nut, & Ta are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Moisture, and Water. Nut is the Celestial Sky goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for land and Queendoms of our ancient Matriarchal societies. Our land is our home, and the place for the empirical existence where we learn form our experiences. She seeks to live in balance between the planetary and heavenly existences. We are all connected to the land, trees, microcosm and macrocosm, Inner verse and universe. Nuta Beqsu (heaven gives me balance) will be programmed into conscious spirit, to produce thought sequences to direct a course of action as way to achieve successfulness in life. Visualization is thought converted into a pleasurable visual image(s) to achieve a goal and/or purpose. We connect with Divine Power to guide and direct our pathways. As a divine name is spoken the receiver has unity of direction in life. Her name reflects her Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smells and colors associated with a divine name will give guidance in her pathway. As a Minister and Director at Amen Par Ankh and Ankh Amen Ankh Akademy, we offer Ancestor Libation Ceremony, Consultations and Life Coaching for Destiny, Name, Health, Career and Relationships. Afrikan Wedding planning and officiate services, Home and Business Blessings, Naming, Birth Blessings, Domestic Engineering, Home going Ascension services, Lectures, and edutainment- Storytelling, Music, Dance, Youth Outreach and economic Literacy, Travel agency, Insurance Referrals and STEMM(science technology engineering mathematics medicine) Career introduction called You GROWW Girls- Teach a Girl, Heal a Nation GROWW means (Gaining, Resilience, Opportunity, Wellness and Wealth) Call for your appointment: 816-839-7945 Feel free to Contact the Amen Ankh Urban Farm... amen.ankh@live.com or amen.parankh@gmail.com Please like our facebook pages: https://www.facebook.com/Green.Griot https://www.facebook.com/PARANKH , https://www.facebook.com/Amen.Ankh.Farm , https://www.facebook.com/Adenike.Art , https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ankh-The-Way-of-Life-Communities/140162689375565

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Nigeria Change Name from "Nigger area" to "United Rep. Of Songhai" - Prof. Akin Oyebode

For about 3 decades, our youth in the US, have been calling themselves "niggers". In spite of the offence and outrage by many adults to this day of the legacy and bane of this name, many are still using this word as a title of affection, or as an incitement for confrontation.

http://amen-parankh.blogspot.com/2014/01/n-g-heaven-and-earth-rise-up-from.html

The precolonial names for the name of Niger is called Jeliba or Joliba "great river" in Manding; Orimiri or Orimili "great water" in Igbo; Egerew n-Igerewen "river of rivers" in Tuareg; Isa Ber "big river" in Songhay; Kwara in Hausa; and Oya in Yoruba. The origin of the name Niger, which originally applied only to the middle reaches of the river, is uncertain. The likeliest possibility is an alteration, by influence of Latin niger "black", of the Tuareg name egerew n-igerewen, which is used along the middle reaches of the river around Timbuktu.[4][5] As Timbuktu was the southern end of the principal Trans-Saharan trade route to the western Mediterranean, it was the source of most European knowledge of the region.

Medieval European maps applied the name Niger to the middle reaches of the river, in modern Mali, but Quorra (Kworra) to the lower reaches in modern Nigeria, as these were not recognized as being the same river. Wikipedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niger

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigeria

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flora_Shaw

http://www.africaresource.com/rasta/sesostris-the-great-the-egyptian-hercules/the-etymological-origins-of-the-word-nigeria-lion/


Many will argue that Niger just means black and that this title is a benign reference to the presence of Afrika in world imperialism. Yet I contend that there are no accidents in the movement of privilege and imperialism.

Many People still want to associate "Nigger" with a positive resonance. It is good that some of our critical thinkers are seeking to reevaluate the legacies of colonialism, imperialism and invasion. Kill the nigger so that we can be free! Deprogram your brain and Pull out the Willie Chip! Disavow your name from the Boil of the Boule!









https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7E8kvBFY-2I



Nuta Beqsu,

  is a Queen mom of many Grand Princesses and Princes, living in the urban Kansas City Area. Looking for solutions to the cycles of violence, health disparities, poverty, and inequalities in wealth, she opened the Amen Par Ankh Natural Center, and Amen Ankh Urban Farm. This is a green space for Child Care, an Independent Library and Home Blessings and Notions. She is a blogger and respected public speaker and educator who has conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) Nu, Nut, & Ta are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Atmosphere, Moisture, and Water. Nut is the Sky goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for Land. Our land is our home, and the empirical existence that we are experiencing. She lives in balance between the planetary and heavenly existence. We are all connected to the land, trees, microcosm and macrocosm, Inner verse and universe. Nuta Beqsu (heaven gives me balance)will be programed into her conscious spirit, to produce thought sequences to direct a course of action as way to achieve successfulness in my life. Visualization is thought converted into a pleasurable visual image(s) to achieve a goal and/or purpose. We connect with Divine Power to guide and direct our pathways. As her name is spoken to her, She receives unity of direction in her life. Her name reflects Her Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smells and colors associated with her name will give  guidance in her pathway.

Monday, April 14, 2014

ANKH The Kemetic Womb of Mankind and Symbol of Eternal Life

The Ankh is pure Feminine Energy! Ankh is an ancient amulet, wand and hieroglyph that symbolizes life, creation and eternity. In Kemet, the Queen Mothers, Sun gods and Kings are shown carrying it in each hand or by its loop, to demonstrate her command over nature energy and the power over life and death.
ANKH is the 2 dimensional slice of the 3 dimensional Immaculate Conception of the Queen Mother's womb, pregnant with the egg of a KRST soul. Her sacred sphere/loop represents the pregnant fertile womb of mankind which contains the developing fetus of KRST Heru.

The lower shaft represents the cosmic vortex of the life canal for the seed of Ra-Heru to be born. Queen Mother Goddess Auset is the first to immaculately conceive a child. She represents the first Icon of the Mother and Child= Ma-Sun (Mason) and Ma-Re (Mary). The ancient societies believed that children were conceived by the Sun. So all births were immaculately conceived.

There is much historical reference that the original Womb+Ma+N was hermaphrodite.

 Over time, the choice to differentiate female and male came about after eons of time. The male Xy -DNA is only modified female XX -DNA chromosomes. Much like a bee hive, a queen and male is chosen from the masses and recreated for their specific mission to procreate. All other members of her court are female drones from birth.

Women still have the potential to conceive. Words are living things. We have the power to speak life or death into existence. If we over stress our wombs, during pregnancy, we potentially miscarry the Fetus. From the time of conception of life, we teach the fetus everything that the mother thinks, feels and behaves.


So many want to erroneously delude the power of feminine energy by adding a phallus duality into the cosmic equation of the

ANKH. Much like the symbolic image  and principals of Maat, Ankh is a feminine symbol of energy which must stand alone for the cosmic order of our primal origins and power to remain in tact.


Nut- The universe is a mother. ANKH is her life sound that must solely be propelled to resonate throughout the universe before anything resounds.

This reminds me to the pinnacle speech from Mother Sojourner Truth, when confronted by Christian patriarchy...

Sojourner Truth (1797-1883):
Ain't I A Woman?
Delivered 1851
Women's Convention, Akron, Ohio

“…Christ wasn't a woman?! Where did your Christ come from? Where did your Christ come from? From God and a woman! Man had nothing to do with Him!”

The lower portion of the Ankh strictly represents the portal of life, the vaginal vortex, the Nile River, the canal of birth and life!

Ankh  Is Eternal Life and Creation, during creation, during life, during the time of transition, and in the afterlife. The Ankh goes back in time as one of the earliest energy sounds of creation. Liken to the primordial sound of "AMEN" The sound “ANKH” is an energy code.
Below, are some of the phonetic sounds that make up Ankh.



A – A, An, Ak, Ah

N – N, Na, Nk, Nh

H – H, Ha, Heh, Hn, Hk

K – K, Ka, Kn, Kh, Km

These are primal sounds, once said or chanted together would be an energy sound vibration. This word sound can now be described as "ANKH"

http://www.secretoftheankh.com/

" As Above, So Below... As Within, So Without"


As women's eggs during menses aligns with the moon like the ebb and tides of the ocean, Ankh symbolizes the womb chamber containing the primordial waters of all life. As the womb holds the sacred soul, mind and body of an infant that is being created over it's gestational period. Upon birth, these primordial waters are released through the vaginal canal as the first sign of the transition from the spiritual universe to the temporal, corporal, empirical universe.

A Pregnant mother carries her fetus for a 9 month gestation period. It is not until to early 3rd trimester, that the determination and presence of a male child appears. So, EVERY Egg at conception that is planted into the womb is a female. The hormonal changes that transform the female into a male, does not occur until the final trimester.

The Scarab Beetle Khepera


The Khapra beetle is renown by the ancients for laying her eggs in dung and rolling it underground. The hatch-lings feed on the nutrients of the cow dung and arise from the earth- "reborn!" or resurrected. 

The scarab beetle (kheprer) rolls balls of dung across the ground, an act that the KMT (Egyptians) saw as a symbol of the forces that move the sun across the sky. Khepri was thus a solar deity. Young dung beetles, having been laid as eggs within the dung ball, emerge from it fully formed. Therefore, Khepri also represented creation and rebirth, and she was specifically connected with the rising sun and the mythical creation of the world. The Egyptians connected her name with the Egyptian language verb kheper, meaning "develop" or "come into being". Kheper, or (Xeper) is a transcription of an ancient Egyptian word meaning to come into being, to change, to occur, to happen, to exist, to bring about, to create, etc.

Scarab Beetle (khepera) (Scarabaeus sacer). This beetle was famous for the habit of rolling balls of dung along the ground and depositing them in its burrows. First, the female would lay her eggs in the ball of dung. When they hatched, the larvae would use the ball for food. When the dung was consumed the young beetles would emerge from the hole.

It seemed to the commoner, that the young scarab beetles emerged spontaneously from the burrow where they were born. Therefore they were worshiped as "Khepera", "she who came forth." This creative aspect of the scarab was associated with the creator G0d Amen/Atum.

Millions of amulets and stamp seals of stone, metal or wood were fashioned in the depiction of the scarab beetle.

The ray-like antenna on the beetle's head and its practice of dung-rolling caused the beetle to also carry solar symbolism. The scarab-beetle G0d Khepera was believed to push the setting sun along the sky in the same manner as the beetle with her ball of dung. In many artifacts, the scarab is depicted pushing the sun along its course in the sky.

Dung beetles are currently the only known insect to navigate and orient themselves using the Milky Way





Ankh Represents the Queen Mother Goddess







The adoration of MA the Queen Mother/Goddess can be recorded as far back in time as the hunter Gatherer Gnome societies, more than 500,000 years ago. During this time MA was supreme. She held all of the wealth and knowledge of the cosmology of the Gnome. She was Griot- the Melanin Memory bank of creation.



One of the most famous figurines of the Ancient Mother Goddesses found all over the planet is The Willendorf Goddess. She represents Gaia, Mother Earth, Black Venus in all her raw and fertile beauty. Her pregnant stance and her great- nurturing breasts, are one of the earliest spiritual images of the Mother Goddess. This is a powerful reminder that there is an older standard for feminine beauty.

The Queen Mother was thought to have conceived her child from Ra the sun! No one at that time thought of conception between a woman and a man. There was a time when there were no men. Men were a choice that womankind promoted through parthenogenesis and selective birth. Initially, men only served as drones around the Queen.

Many have heard of the Amazon Warriors


These were select women who provided security and protection for the Queen Mother. They were also the huntresses governed under the natural Forces: Het Heru, Net Heb, Bast and Basset.



In 1861 an author named Bachofen published his thesis that the Amazons were not a myth but a fact. In his view, humanity started out under the rule of womankind and only switched to patriarchy at the dawn of sedentary civilizations. This is also found in the esoteric books of Gerald Massey- titled: "Natural Genesis" and "Ancient Egypt Light of the World."




The first born Sun was titled Nsdbdi (Son of the Sun.) Only the Nsdbti would be chosen by his young queen to be her visor and consort. All children would be considered as God Queens or God Kings, To have the divine power over life and death over all they ruled and every decision. All of the storehouse of wealth and knowledge would be passed down through the matriarchal bloodline from queen to queen. So the daughter would inherit the Land, Animals, and all Personal Property, of which, she would pass on to her daughter or Granddaughter. Auset is the first Queen Mother Neteru of many Queen Mothers, to give birth to a child through immaculate conception.









Although the Ankh is a symbol of the womb of life and eternity, many are still unwilling to embrace the full power and force of this symbol of pure feminine energy. Many are still spreading a false duality, compartmental, dissection in a egotistical patriarchal notion, to redefine the symbol of the Ankh by conjoining the phallus, to dilute and diminish the essence of Ankh, to compare her, yet again to being a part of a colonized mentality of a patriarchal trinity instead of standing in her own right as the oldest Matriarchal Goddess symbol- The Great Immaculate Pregnant Queen Mother.

We must teach our youth true knowledge of self. to empower them with a legacy of wealth. We must teach each of our young girls their self knowledge - to understand the power of their bodies, as a sacred temple of life, and to return their self esteem and self respect, not only for each individual girl and her family, but for her nation.

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At Amen Par Ankh our Motto is: Teach a Girl- Heal a Nation.

We Celebrate Life with a group called You GROWW Girls. G.R.O.W.W. Stands for Gaining Resilience, Opportunity Wellness and Wisdom. We teach STEMM Education through biology and ecology. Our young girls learn Plant Identification of herbs and food nutrition. They are growing their own foods and learning about health and wellness. They are also learning about alternative careers in STEMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine) fields We Invite you to join us and support our youth. Feel free to Contact us for our women's circles and study groups. We are looking for young women between the ages of 8-18 and Mentors who would like to work with activities at the Amen Ankh Urban Farm. Please Call: 816-304-7240 or Email: amen.ankh@live.com

Nuta Beqsu, is a Queen mom of many Grand Princesses and Princes, living in the urban Kansas City Area. Looking for solutions to the cycles of violence, health disparities, poverty, and inequalities in wealth, she opened the Amen Par Ankh Natural Center, and Amen Ankh Urban Farm. This is a green space for Child Care, an Independent Library and Home Blessings and Notions. She is a blogger and respected public speaker and educator who has conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) Nu, Nut, & Ta are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Atmosphere, Moisture, and Water. Nut is the Sky goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for Land. Our land is our home, and the empirical existence that we are experiencing. I live in balance between the planetary and heavenly existence. We are all connected to the land, trees, microcosm and macrocosm, Inner verse and universe. Nuta Beqsu (heaven gives me balance) will be programed into my conscious spirit, to produce thought sequences to direct a course of action as way to achieve successfulness in my life. Visualization is thought converted into a pleasurable visual image(s) to achieve a goal and/or purpose. We connect with Divine Power to guide and direct our pathways. As my name is spoken to me I receive unity of direction in my life. My name reflects my Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smells and colors associated with my name will give me guidance in my pathway.