December Reading for 2014 December promises to be an interesting month! Last year, Chief divined for the spiritual gifts, including financial gifts, that were available in the first quarter of 2014 and also for the work that was required on our part, to actually receive them. Although another reading will be done in January 2015,… Continue reading December 2014 Odu and Reading
December 2014 Odu and Reading
Sun Power: Are You Self-Sustaining?
Sun, Solar Power, Moving Off the Grid A consistent theme of Chief H. Yuya Assaan-Anu’s this year, has been one of self-sufficiency. He encourages self-reliance in Divination and is adamant about our consulting our Ori before any entity outside of us. Chief’s push for Self-Actualization was even weaved throughout the tips he offered for mental, physical,… Continue reading Sun Power: Are You Self-Sustaining?
Warrior Code: Why Even Study Spirituality?
Warrior Code: Why Study Spirituality? Warrior is defined by Webster as a person “who fights in battles and is known for having courage and skill.” Among “conscious” groups, the word “God, Goddess, Queen, and King” gets claimed more often than not. The word “Warrior,” though? Few and far between. Maybe the idea of being a God or Goddess is… Continue reading Warrior Code: Why Even Study Spirituality?
Spiritual Awakening: Are you holding back?
Spiritual Awakening Creation stories span the globe: God, Ra, Brahma, Nebertcher, Obatala all created. The stories did not stop there. The created began creating and changing in countless ways. Atoms are ever-moving. So, regardless of one’s attempt to “be still,” WE are ever-moving. Atom-contained energy can slow down, but it is never “still”…even at Zero degrees as some be-LIE-ve. It is not possible to… Continue reading Spiritual Awakening: Are you holding back?
Ifa the Special Prophet
Ifa the Special Prophet Who develops the children in our community? When it comes to character development, there isn’t much conversation centering on it. Too often the Afrakan children spend much of their time consuming television and developing warped personalities. I know I did. Television was a staple, it came with breakfast and dinner only… Continue reading Ifa the Special Prophet
Polygamy is About Family
Polygamy On this week’s episode of ANU Asafo we bring to you an expert on plural family and marriage Hondo Solomon. Brother Hondo Solomon is the author of The Polygamist Papers: An Introduction to Polygamous Culture and Its Principles, Pitfalls, and Ethics, and the host of The Polygamist Papers radio broadcast. He is a thought… Continue reading Polygamy is About Family
Homosexuality in African Traditional Religions
Homosexuality in African Traditional Religions The title alone is enough to send some people into a frenzy. Foaming at the mouth the only thing they can say is “NO!” it doesn’t exist and even speaking about you become an agent of propaganda. Last week on ANU Asafo H. Yuya Assaan-ANU took a brave and progressive… Continue reading Homosexuality in African Traditional Religions
Your Spirit Animal Family
Your Spirit Animal Family Want to Learn about Your Spirit Animal Family? Come learn about your responsibility to the Animal Kingdom Horses are so beautiful and majestic. One day I hope to have enough land so that a family of wild horses could live peaceably and I could observe their untamed numinosity. This week on… Continue reading Your Spirit Animal Family
Sankofa What is the concept of Sankofa? Going back to go forward and the how it relates to the Afrakan identity In the process of evolution, studying where one comes from is necessary. Without this discipline, one is doomed to repeat the same mistake over and over again. The concept of Sankofa was birthed from… Continue reading Sankofa
Sadulu House Spiritual Community Center
Sadulu House Spiritual Community Center What is the Sadulu House Spiritual Community Center? Come and learn about the Spiritual Community center When understanding the Sadulu House Spiritual Community Center let us first start with the idea of the “Sadulu”. Sadulu means school and comes from the Congolese tradition of community learning. While the men… Continue reading Sadulu House Spiritual Community Center