“Kemet King’s”

The Kings of Kemet would have their arms crossed during death when they were mummified. Their arms and sometimes the actually wrappings themselves were shaped in the image of a cross or "X." African centered historian Ashra Kwesi and others believe that the crossed arms or "X" means resurrection. The Kings were getting ready to ...

“Aset Nubian”

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Aset Goddesses of Nabia was a Black Woman and Upon close examination of the history and culture of Nubia, it becomes apparent that Black Women played an important role. Unlike the rest of the world at the time Black Women in Nubia exercised significant control. In the Nubian valley, worship of the Queen of all ...

“Hatshepsut”

Hatshepsut was one of the most powerful Black Women in the ancient world. She was the fifth King of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Ancient Kemet and she ruled longer than any other woman in Kemetic history. Hatshepsut was married to Thutmose II, and the two of them began to co-rule after the death of their father, ...

“You’re Enough”

Since you were born you have been conditioned to reject your authenticity. It is this conditioning that creates a facade you live behind, masking your Essential Self. Stop fighting against your design. You spend so much time thinking that you have the potential to be some other version of yourself and you don't. No matter ...