Sunday, November 27, 2016

Make Offerings to Mama Wata Before Time Runs Out

Make an Offering to Mama Wata Before Time Runs Out!

Mama Wata is Nu, Auset, Yemaya, Hapi, Tawaret, MaRa, Tefnut....

Ma, Nu, Tefnut, Auset, Yemaya, Oshun are the many names for Mother Waters used in the Afrakan Diaspora. Over aeons of time, the Mami Wata spirit has become blended in many cultures, spirituality and religions; influencing every civilization of the world, including Native American Spiritualism, Hinduism, Islam and Christianity. Shrines and Altars glisten among the paintings and sculptures that depict her, with her colors of blue and white, in the waters as a mermaid-like form, flowing hair or grasping a snake. Her colors are often Blue, white and gold.

*Ma is one of the oldest names of the Most High source, creator. She is the Milk source or represented as the Cow of the Milky Way Galaxy.  Her elemental powers and presence in the universe is reflected as Ankh- The Womb of life, Nu the primordial waters, and Amen the infinite and eternal unknown and most sacred. She has a special relationship with Ra her Sun star to heat and light the way of Eartha. This is a mother and son relationship. Her descendants are revealed as Mary, Marie, and Mason. She also lives as the names of: 
*Nu the Eternal primordial waters and fountain of life. "Lucy in the sky with diamonds!" The Black Womb of Ma+N, Is known as the vortex of the spirit that is transformed and transitioned into the empirical world. Nu is the mothers' water in the womb that feeds, nurtures, forms and shapes a fetus. Nu swallows her Sun, Ra every night, to protect him during the battle of Heru and Set is being fought. She gives birth to Ra every morning in the form of Ausar, rising in the morning!
*Tefnut is the primordial elemental power of moisture and atmosphere. She is depicted as the dew, firmament, steam, mist, fog or the clouds.
*Auset (later Isis) is representative of the primordial waters and mysteries of Ankh the womb of life, birth, Breast milk and family. She is the Kandaki Mother, wife and co-regent of Ausar, her husband and ruler of Amenta, heaven. After Auset's husband was murdered and destroyed by his jealous brother Set, Auset was able to conceive her sun Heru who would move to vanquish and restore the benevolent rule and kingdom of heaven in the world. She is the Moon as she reflects the sun in the darkness, to guide the way of her sun Heru.
*Hapi is the natural power of mother hippopotamus
*Taweret and Bes are the mothers and protectors of childbirth, family and the home. Taweret is displayed as a crocodile, Mama Bes appears as a Twa mother.
*Oshun is the mother of the fresh waters, She flows into the rivers, lakes, streams, and ponds
*Yemaya, is known as one of the "Seven African Powers." Yemaya is an Orisha, originally from the traditional religious practices of the Yoruba people in Africa. Orishas are sometimes described as the emissaries of Olodumare, or God Almighty.

Over the past decades, Yemaya has become prominent in the Afro-American religions and other forms of African American diasporic spirituality which can be found in various countries of the Caribbean and Latin America as well as parts of the USA South.  #MamaWata  #AmenAnkh #NoDAPL #Auset #AmericanAfrikan #Yemaya #FirstMermaids #WaterIsLife #Indigenous #Indigo

Ziggy Marley, the sun of the Late great Bob Marley, wrote an incredible song titled "Beautiful Mother Nature" The Lyrics are as follows: 

Beautiful mother nature,

she looked at me with a smile on her face
then she started to cry,
she said: "why did my children forsake me?"
she felt like she was dying,
oh ungrateful children

when she was young she was beautiful and strong
the more children she had the more things went wrong
now she`s feeling old and cold
and her heart doesn`t feel love anymore

beautiful mother nature,
she sat me down and told me to sing her song
maybe it would make her feel better,
maybe her children would sing along
and see the wrong we have done,
make amends to mend her heart

she still wouldn`t hate none of her children
no matter what cruel things they've done
she`ll always be there when her baby`s crying
she`s a mother she`s a mother you can depend on

beautiful mother nature,
she`s hopin`her children will love her again
like once she remembers,
before skyscrapers and chemical plants
when she was all that we had,
before they polluted her sacred land

now her tears are falling like acid rain
and her voice sounds like earthquake
i had to beg her: "Mother, please don`t leave
give another chance, i'll talk to the kids

beautiful mother nature she was my
beautiful mother nature still is my
beautiful mother nature she is my
beautiful mother nature still is my my my


What isn’t known to the world is that Indigo Queens were the first Mermaids! these are pictures of YEMAYA also know throughout West Africa and the Caribbean as Yemoja, Yemowo, (in Vodou) is an Orisha, a Goddess of the traditional Yoruba.
She is the patron of women, in particular, pregnant women. It was said that Yemaya protected our Ancestors on their journeys across the ocean to keep them safe. She is kind and giving. She is said to be the “mother whose children number as the fish in the sea” and that is why she presented as a two-tailed mermaid. Yemaya is said to bring forth and protect life through all the highs and lows, even during the worst atrocities that can be suffered.
She reminds women to take time out for themselves, to nurture their own needs and to respect their deserved position in life.

Nuta Beqsu, is a Queen 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 Nuta Beqsu means (heaven gives me balance) This is an ancient KMT language the 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 from 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 Academy, 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, 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... or Please like our facebook pages: , , ,