Friday, October 12, 2018

Children of African Descent Unsung in US Integration

I am one of the many thousands of children of African Descent who were integrated into the United States public schools, with predominantly Caucasian students during the mid-1960's School Desegregation, who went unsung and unmentioned in the history of Integration.

I remember watching TV with my family as a little girl around 7 years old, around 1966-67. The TV Show was called "The 21st Century." Walter Cronkite was a moderator. I was fascinated and so proud to see a husband and wife, of African Descendant on the screen, who were real Doctors practicing psychology! They were the Clarks. The broadcast was about their Doll study with African Descendant children. These children were requested to respond to a series of questions, as they sat in front of 2 dolls. One doll had Dark Melanin complexion while the other doll had a lighter Caucasian Complexion. In retrospect the Clark study showed how devastated and traumatized, the psyche and self- identity of children of African descent had developed at such critical ages from 4 and 5 years old.

The Elephant in the room is the fact that the US-(United States) ESTABLISHED JIM CROW LAW SEGREGATION AGAINST PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT FOR MORE THAN 90 YEARS! 
https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/.../freedom-riders-jim-crow-laws/
https://study.com/academy/lesson/jim-crow-laws-significance-facts-timeline.html

To think that the Clark Doll study was used in the Supreme Court, to justify the Integration of people of African Descent into a public society of racism, was very disturbing. To think that Children of African Decent were thought to be more traumatized by segregation, only to be even more traumatized by the bitter bigotry and raw hatefulness of Caucasian children, parents, and teachers; who were not able to escape the integration of the public sector through "white flight" like the elites, into religious and Economic planned communities, designed after the likes of J.C.Nichols.

Wikipedia: The Clarks were known for their 1940s experiments using dolls to study children's attitudes about race. The Clarks testified as expert witnesses in Briggs v. Elliott (1952), one of five cases combined into Brown v. Board of Education (1954). The Clarks' work contributed to the ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court in which it determined that de jure racial segregation in public education was unconstitutional. Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote in the Brown v. Board of Education opinion, "To separate them from others of similar age and qualifications solely because of their race generates a feeling of inferiority as to their status in the community that may affect their hearts and minds in a way unlikely to ever be undone."[3]


Mamie and Kenneth Clark; Doll Study


Original Dolls for the Clark Doll Test












The issues of Segregation, De-segregation, Integration, voting rights, Jim Crow laws etc., occurred long before I was born. I didn't realize, the moment I watched this television show, of the Clark Doll Study, that this broadcast was going to become my path into the world as one of the many thousands of children of African Descent, who would be placed, or "integrated" into the many public schools across the country. This experience was traumatic, and depressing for me. Yet, in retrospect, to acknowledge that this subjection was quietly being disseminated upon all other little African American Children across the United States, by the State school systems all over the country, that mis-educated, not only children of African descent but all children who were in Social Studies and History classes, with a false narrative of white supremacy.

I was not escorted by a US Marshall or armed guard of any kind to lead or sit beside me as I faced the mental abuse, neglect, contempt, and the severe bigotry that I would be surrounded with from Teachers, Administrators, Parents and Students in my tender Elementary school years, all the way to my high school and College years. My Mother and father just dropped me and my siblings off to their respective grades, leaving us in the hands of these "people," from the tender age of 5 years old.

I remember washing my hair every day. I had to pull the spitballs and trash out of my Afro, after riding the bus from home to school and back again. I remember being isolated and alone, overlooked, ignored, not being called on when I raised my hand to participate in class, walking at the end of the line, screamed at, if I stepped out of line or stood out in any way. During recess, I was ordered to stand against the fence and not permitted to play on the playground equipment with the other students. I remember being forced to sit in the back of the class, and eating completely alone at a table to myself in the lunch room. I endured this insensitive and often cruel treatment, day after day for, over a decade of my life. My siblings were my only friends.

My Father was In the Air Force military. So I was fortunate to be able to travel and live overseas, in Germany. Racism was very severe under the confines of living on a military base with US Bigotry. Yet the German Economy availed a different story. Many Germans were very welcoming and friendly. They showed a fascination with my color, much like an alien from Mars. Yet some revealed their old embedded hate as neo-Nazis. Many Germans were even approached and incited by racist Caucasian US Military, to show prejudice toward people of African descent.

I don't have a way to compare my experiences, in relationship to students of African descent in the United States. All that I know is that I was expected to be quiet, still and compliant. I remember being alone most of the day, just following the orders of apathetic neutral teachers, who displayed contempt, never a smile or courtesy. I now wonder how much more they were paid to be "tolerant." And what did this whole Desegregation experience say about the Teachers of African Descent, in their competency, love, and compassion to teach African American Children, and all children?






As my Father returned to the United States, Our family settled in Kansas City, Missouri, living in what was then a typical "WASP" (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant) community. I never realized until I was near graduation, that every morning, for years, My Father would get up early in the morning, before we would leave for school, and completely wash down the front porch, and all of the exits of our house, because someone would throw garbage and feces against the sides of our house entrances- EVERY DAY!

I attended and graduated from Ruskin High School, which was a predominantly WASP school. I remember being the only family of African Descent in the neighborhood and the only student of African descent in my assigned classrooms. No. I did not go to the prom. I was not encouraged or permitted to attend the many extracurricular activities. Although I had excelled academically in school and was placed in AP classes, and taking college courses while in high school, the only memorable extra activity that I was finally invited to be a part of and achieve in, was working with a young teacher in Art Club. She assisted me, to set up an artist display at a local community event, that was quite successful. There were many young teachers who were open and receptive, yet the old guard of Teachers was staunchly bigoted. I do not recall any teachers of African Descent, on staff. Although I was not expected to attend college, according to the School counselor, my young Art teacher paved the way for me to receive a full ride scholarship to Washington University. Yet, my parents refused to support me and turned down the scholarship.

In retrospect, I think of my experiences much like what was imposed upon any child, who was not a part of this US system. For instance, the Indoctrination Boarding Schools that were imposed upon the Native Americans, who were forced as children to conform and acculturate to the ways of Western Europeans, and ultimately strip them of their natural, sustainable cultural ways, language, family ties, and heritages, names, foods, Lands, and resources, that tied them into a nation... My African/Black American Cultural heritage, access to land and resources, our Leaders, music, History, Heritage, etc., were not acceptable in these integration/assimilation schools. We were expected to function independently, with the WASP middle-class value system, and not have any ties to our own families and neighborhoods for our own economics.



As a Young Adult, I would later Join a middle-class value, Black Church, get married, give birth to two wonderful children, and graduate from 2 colleges, with a masters degree in Special Education. I was not satisfied with assimilating into the US system. I know that as an Indigo person, I would always be subordinate to any access to this society. Yet, outside of my indoctrination, I was inspired by my Father, who was found listening to Malcolm X speeches. Malcolm X always spoke of separation from the US and doing for self, as a Nation of Black people. I later took on the Black Panther model of establishing a Do-For-Self, African Centered lifestyle, while living in my own community of African Americans, that I worked in, as an Urban School teacher. I Brought my children into an African Conscious connection, with the National Black United Front, and learned to dance in an African Dance group. I became an avid reader of African Centered Authors, later reading the Medu Neter by Ra U Nefer Amen. I learned to speak the KMT language, to graft an Afrikan Centered Culture. I later established a community center called the Amen Par Ankh, with my Spiritual partner and mate, Sasteh Meter. https://amen.parankh.blogspot.com

"Spirit having a Human Experience. Living in the spirit of Gratitude and Balance. I have worked to rebuild community in the urban African descendant neighborhoods, serving as a teacher, mentor, advocate, activist, and artist. My heart is for Indigo People. I am currently a minister, and activist, promoting Urban growers of local foods, I also Promote Green Sustainable recycling initiatives. My first bachelor's degree was in Visual Communications, Graphic Art. I am Writer and a Native American Kemetic Spiritual Minister. I work with home blessings and edible landscaping for elders or anyone who would like to learn about sustainable agriculture in an urban environment. My motto is " In order to free yourselves- You must feed yourselves!" I have learned that our food system has changed decades ago. The GMOs (Genetically modified Organisms), pesticides, and plastiburgs are destroying our children and our planet. 

I choose to pursue my philosophy and way of life to Nurture my family and community. I continue to teach and work with children, teens and young Adults, Elders, and families with Amen Ankh Akademy- African Centered Homeschool and Communiversity- to empower Indigo families, to know, love and respect themselves; and to build a sustainable economy. https://amen-ankh.blogspot.com/ 



 eYe am a Mother, Kandaki Ma, teacher of history, philosophy, and spirituality. My family Ancestors were free Tutsi people, living in the Americas, known as Natchez, before the Columbo invader infection and colonist, ever arrived. eYe dedicate myself to consciously making the spiritual journey of life, to move to my higher self. eYe am committed to assisting in the movement of as many souls forward on their own journeys as possible. Life is love, of All Creation, knowledge of self, purposeful occupation, and friendship. My most valuable possession is my presence. My truths empower me, and I share them to empower others.
  
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I am Nuta Beqsu, a Kandaki 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, I 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. I am presently available for Consultations, Workshops Edutainment, and lectures. currently working with grief counseling making Dolls for mothers who have suffered the loss of their children. I have worked in the community as a Teacher, Priestess, Minister, Life coach, blogger, respected public speaker, and educator. I have conducted several workshops at various organizations, served as a panelist and as keynote speaker at regional meetings. I had 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 and Nut are Elemental powers of the Heavens: Nu is Moisture and Water. Nut is the Celestial Star-goddess. She represents the cosmos and the universe, always giving birth to new stars. The Universe is always giving birth to new solar systems and stars. Ta is the original word for place, land, and City-States 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 a 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 a 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. Our names reflect our Destiny. So, the sight Sound, vision, smell, and colors associated with a divine name will give guidance in my pathway of life.

 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, Homegoing 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...

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Saturday, September 22, 2018

You G.R.O.W.W. Girls- Teach a Girl Heal A Nation

"We must teach our youth true knowledge of self. to empower them with a legacy of wealth." Nuta Beqsu Amen-Ra


We are Indigo people. The oldest people on the planet. Our Ancient Ancestors Traveled the planet to establish civilizations. Our stories were written in stone, in hieroglyphs to be read as an ark of knowledge. As we grow into self-knowledge, we must embrace our Beautiful Ebony Indigo Girls!
We must Love them, feed them healthy foods, clean water, teach them positive activities and exercise, experiences and positive values, knowledge of self and Identity.

IMHO We must focus on cultivating the inside of our girls and women, in mind body and spirit. This is why I established a parent and girls group called "You G.R.O.W.W. Girls"- Teach a girl, heal a nation.

As souls having a human experience. Our Ebony girls will grow to be the mothers of our next generation.

We teach each of our young girls 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.

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 Wealth. We teach young women how to live virtuously, practically, and with integrity. How to withstand and endure with resilience, the tests, and trials of life. As we teach young women about the natural world, domestic engineering, arts and crafts, healing therapies, Financial Literacy, and Consumer savvy, We, in fact, expose them to applied careers in STEAM(Science, Technology Engineering, Industrial Arts and Mathematics). These young women will learn from STEAM professionals who will serve as mentors/Tutors, and will expose them to careers in Information Technology, computers, biology, and ecology etc..  The success and the future health and wellness of our African Descendant neighborhoods and communities, hedge within the wellness and healthy environment of each of our girls. For it is within the nutrition, knowledge, and cultivation of the minds, body, the spirit of our young girls, and the health of their wombs that will disseminate and build the success of future families and communities. We encourage young women to become entrepreneurs in home cottage industries and non-conventional careers in STEAM- Technology, computers, biology, and ecology. Our young girls learn Plant Identification of herbs and food nutrition. Teaching them to grow their own foods and learn about their own health and wellness. We Invite you to join us and support our youth. Feel free to Contact us for our women's circles and study groups.

If you would like to volunteer or assist or enroll your young girls between the ages of 8 and 18, please Contact: Queen Ma Nuta Beqsu: 816-304-7240 or email us: amen.parankh@gmail.com

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I am a natural Woman and love It! Love and accept me as I am.

https://nuta-ankh.blogspot.com/2014/11/all-sistars-and-queens-out-there-must.html


















REAL SOLUTIONS

*We must Re-Member that we are Divine Souls having a human experience

*We must know that our bodies are the sacred temple of our soul and a vessel for the holy spirit of life. *As Indigo women, our bodies hold the sacred cradle and womb for our children and all future generations. *We are the children of a collective universe, and we have a higher state of divine purpose and consciousness. *As Black Women- WE are the Original Womb of All Humans. We are the Eve on this Planet




*The greatest thing we can do for our bodies is to make them into a Spirit temple and use them to glorify our higher selves.

Many are under the spell of sexual immorality and addictions. We live in an addictive world of consumerism. We are conditioned to covet, desire and consume. We are trained to exploit ourselves for capital to Consume depreciating personal property, instead of *Accumulating Appreciating Assets. Often what we get in our chasing of consumables, is not what we had in mind at all, in our acquisitions. Sometimes we don’t even know what we want.

*Many sacred texts exhort the sacredness of the body temple.

“Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? ...therefore honor God with your body” (1 Corinthians 6:19-20).


Using the word “temple” to describe our body as a dwelling, conveys the idea that our bodies are the shrine, or the sacred place, in which the Spirit not only lives, but is revered, and honored. Therefore, we must acknowledge that we have human rights and choices on how we behave, think, speak, eat. What we let into the temple through our eyes and ears becomes critically important as well, for every thought, word and deed we expose our bodies to.

There are many people who have only or always known reprobate behavior. They may have been orphaned or lived in the death style of toxic chemicals, toxic foods, and dysfunctional parents or guardians. Many may have been traumatized from an early age, often witnessing traumatic experiences from the womb. There are many people who have only known generational trauma.

We must choose to live in inner peace and health.

Instructions to “get rid of all bitterness, rage, and anger, brawling, and slander, along with every form of malice; Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other...” (Ephesians 4:31-32) is also a mandate for healthy living.

When we live by the Spirit, we will no longer gratify the desires of a destructive dysfunctional nature. (Galatians 5:16).


These phrases are not only good for our soul, but for our health and wellness too. We are all connected. Many of our fears, anxiety, worry, anger and heartache directly affect the major organs that cause us to be prematurely diseased.





As Afrikan Americans, we are dying more from what we put in our mouths, than homicide and gunfire. So it is imperative that we practice healthy eating of balanced meals that largely include fresh fruits, vegetables.

Fresh air and exercise should also be practiced as a discipline of our body temple. living naturally and close to the earth is the healthiest way, far away from a worldly disconnect from nature.
It is also important to practice good hygiene.
In most cases of sexual promiscuity, illegal drug use, mixed with poor hygiene, lack of exercise and lack of a connection with nature, often leads to premature illnesses and death.




Moving as women into virtuous living is a step in the right direction. Creating home cottage businesses, growing our own foods, practicing culinary arts and crafts are positive and rewarding. We must be leaders and examples for our children to break the cycle of exploitation of our youth.

It is important that our young Black Princesses know their value, worth, and purpose and that they have self-esteem, etiquette, and knowledge of their cultural history. We must return our women to be the Queen Mother Goddesses that they truly are before the world and the earth.


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IMHO
A lot of men don't know how to relate to natural women who are intelligent, vegetarian, conscious of her values, and Identity, and who are Afrikan conscious. Natural Women are often considered an intimidation or threat by a lot of Black Men. Women must live in a patriarchal system. The Mass Media has a powerful effect on the masses of people. Many men are acculturated to be attracted by superficial attributes first before they consider character.
 I have heard young men say that that they prefer light skinned, or mixed race women because they want their children to have "good hair." Women often dress to appeal to the whims of men who have low intent and expectations. They are used to seeing women in the mass media, and entertainment arenas, with the tinsel town, weaves, drama, attitude and Reality TV type illusions... With music videos, that are normalizing materialism, strip clubs, pornography, and homosexuality, in the minds of our young men and girls. It is our Black men who are buying into the Mass Media. They are disrespecting our Black Mothers and girls. In this patriarchal system, men have double standards. They want to "sew their wild oats," looking for one type of woman, yet, they are rare to make a commitment... Many men are infatuation junkies, who are too immature to move forward into a mature commitment.


Yet, In contrast, I often think about the devastation caused by strict patriarchal religions, and belief systems, that expect Women to completely cover ourselves, and blame our Girls and women for men's temptations, and that we are cursed all the way back to Eve... I remember we are living in a racist patriarchal society. Within this society's racist history, Black girls were raped and accused of provoking their abuse, just because we are more physically developed and endowed than Caucasian women... (Black Venus Hottentot- Saartje Baartman,) To speak of this factor in the choices of some women to Identify with a racist people, for the hope of inclusion or semblance of success on the job is significant.

WE CAN CHANGE THIS!

  #AmenAnkh #YouGROWWGirls

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 the 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. 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, and 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 a 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 Sounds, visions, 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, Homegoing 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

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

I Am Adenike! My Crown IS Precious!

This poem is and expression of the meaning of my name, which means "the Crown is Precious," and my alignment with my Ancient Ancestors, who traveled and establish civilizations all over the planet. We are all composed of stardust.  We are Children of the light. It is my wish to instill positive self esteem within our youth, and their appearance in the world. Our hair is our beautiful spiraling crowns. The melanin of our skin is a phenomenal covering that is healthy and gorgeous. There is nowhere on this planet, where our Ancient Ancestors have not been. Even right here in the Americas. We were always here before the Caucasian explorers and invaders ever appeared.

As a little girl, my Mom would hot comb my hair for church. l recall, sitting very still in a kitchen highchair, listening to the grease and my hair crackle and pop through the hot comb, and going through the fear of getting burned on my ears or face. I remember her saying , "let me get in this kitchen!" I lived in an integrated environment throughout my childhood, often bullied by caucasian children, who pulled and spat in my hair. Every day I ran home from school to wash my hair. I remembered feeling sorry for myself. I hated myself. Then I remembered one day crying, then wiping away my tears, and just looking in the mirror, and saying to myself, That god made me perfect, just the way I am. I learned to embrace myself... I remember the 70s era and watching many Indigo women wear their hair in Natural Afros, as an expression of Black power. I wore my natural Afro and refused to ever straiten my hair again. My mother bought me wigs to hide my hair at public events. She wanted me to conform and be accepted by caucasians. Later, As an adult, I wore my hair in lox and embraced my KMT Ancient Afrikan Heritage. Now I teach other Indigo Afrikan Girls about natural living, health, and Wellness, whenever I can, using the Black Panther food program model, with Amen Ankh Akademy ACE Green STEAM Home School Network and You G.R.O.W.W. Girls- Teach a Girl, Heal a Nation… "When the student is ready, the teacher will appear." i have created a Poem about my hair... Called: "ADENIKE! -My Crown Is Precious!" https://adenike-amenra.pixels.com/featured/adenike-my-crown-is-precious-adenike-amenra.html



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

Saturday, August 18, 2018

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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