Questions About Kemetic Spirituality

Kemet is what Black Ancient Egyptians called their civilization. Kemetic Spirituality is the system they created to help humankind reach a state of one-ness with Ausar and God.

At least 50,000 years. We base that number on the first evidence found in Africa of spiritual practices such as burial rites and the study of cosmology.

General Questions About African Spirituality

The three main religious traditions—African traditional religion, Christianity, and Islam—constitute the triple religious heritage of the African continent.
Cosmogony focuses on the theories and explanations that are part of cosmologies, origin stories, and creation myths. Though the title of this article is “African Cosmology”, it is an exploration of African creation myths.
In African terms, God is the animating force that makes life possible, the one who answers the question of life purpose. According to Akan anthropology, the ancestor symbolizes actualized human potential, a realized life purpose. One can only ascend to the ancestral realm upon fulfillment of his/her human destiny. (Source)
There is no single God of Africa, as each region has its own supreme God and other Gods and Goddesses based on their practices. In different countries of Africa, there are different Gods and Goddesses from different African mythologies that are worshipped.

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Questions About Yoruba Spirituality and Religion

Orisha, also spelled orixa or orisa, any of the deities of the Yoruba people of southwestern Nigeria. They are also venerated by the Edo of southeastern Nigeria; the Ewe of Ghana, Benin, and Togo; and the Fon of Benin (who refer to them as voduns).
Women ordinarily do not confer that initiation on men. Another common initiation is the intitiation into the Seven African Powers (Elegua, Obatala, Oggun, Chango, Yemaya, Oshun, and Orunmilla). Devotees from Cuba often replace Orunmilla with Babalu-Aye. The Seven African Powers are consecrated into one eleke.
Often depicted as a queenly mermaid, Yemaya is considered the Ocean Mother Goddess in Santería, an Afro-Caribbean religion practiced around the world. With anchored roots in the Yoruba religion, Yemaya was brought over to the New World by enslaved Africans as early as the 16th century.
Yemonja is frequently portrayed as the wife of various male personified orisha, such as Obatala, Okere, Orisha Oko, and Erinle. She is also said to be the mother of Ogun, Sango, Oya, Osun, Oba, Orisha Oko, Babaluaiye, and Osoosi.
Oshun is one of the youngest orishas and Yemaya’s younger sister. … Yemaya took her under her protection and gave her dominion over all the Earth’s rivers.
The heart chakra reminds us that love is an energy, and energy cannot be destroyed. (Color: green). Orisha Oshun: the goddess of love.Jun 2, 2019
There is no single God of Africa, as each region has its own supreme God and other Gods and Goddesses based on their practices. In different countries of Africa, there are different Gods and Goddesses from different African mythologies that are worshipped.

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Questions About Christianity

Most Africans came from societies with traditional African religious backgrounds, unrelated to Islam or Christianity. As a whole, African religious traditions combine belief in a Supreme Being with the worship of other gods and ancestors.
In the 15th century Christianity came to Sub-Saharan Africa with the arrival of the Portuguese. In the South of the continent the Dutch founded the beginnings of the Dutch Reform Church in 1652.
According to both Jewish and Christian Dogma, the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy (the first five books of the Bible and the entirety of the Torah) were all written by Moses in about 1,300 B.C. There are a few issues with this, however, such as the lack of evidence that Moses ever existed.
The whole region that includes what the Bible calls the Land of Canaan, Palestine and Israel was an extension of the African mainland before it was artificially divided from the main African continent by the manmade Suez Canal.
12:2). In short, James tells us that true religion is a devotion to God, demonstrated by love and compassion for fellowmen, coupled with unworldliness.
Aramaic
 
Most religious scholars and historians agree with Pope Francis that the historical Jesus principally spoke a Galilean dialect of Aramaic. Through trade, invasions and conquest, the Aramaic language had spread far afield by the 7th century B.C., and would become the lingua franca in much of the Middle East.
Mary Magdalene
 
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