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ReAwakening Minds with Dr. Nialah Gilliam- Special Guest Queen Mother MaiMouna M

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QUEEN MOTHER MAIAMOUNA M’BACKE71 years ago, on December 19, 1944, Queen Mother Maimouna Mbacke began her earthly incarnation as Shirley Mae Wilkes Dickerson. By age 8, she was awakened and aware of many of her spiritual gifts. Her early spiritual education began in the Church of God in Christ. However, over the years, she has studied from many spiritual schools of thought, always a free spirit who took what was needed for her journey. She has vivid recollection of some of her past lives. She was ordained a minister at age of 21 years and rededicated at age 50. Her assignment has taken her across the USA and to West Africa. Queen Mother M’Backe worked with the late Dr. Ishakamusu Barashango and others. Her ministry included a men’s prison ministry, which employed a unique and innovative approach in dealing with the total man (mind, body, spirit). She also conducted workshops at the women’s prison. Her work includes counseling, meditation and herbal workshops. Her studies have enabled her to deal with people of many different spiritual backgrounds and ethnicities. She established the M’BACKE House of Hope Inc. in Wilmington, DE in January 1991, with a mission dedicated to spiritual, healing and empowerment of humanity in order to overcome chaos, apathy, depression, inaction and violence. On December 27, 1997 she traveled to Ghana, West Africa where she graciously accepted the responsibility of Queen Mother and was formally enstooled as NKOSOHENEMAA - Queen Mother of progress and development of the Village of Asiakwa. In 2003 Queen Mother M’Backe heeded the call to relocate to the mountains of West Virginia, where she resides today. 

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