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EGUA - Marketplace: Kwame Afrani (George Washington Carver) - Akan Perspective

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In this special episode of our blogtalkradio broadcast EGUA - Marketplace, we acknowledge the work of George Washington Carver. George Washington Carver's birthday is unknown. However, because of his nature and his work, he manifests the spiritual disposition of one born on Memeneda (saturday) and would have thus had the kradin (soul-name) Kwame. The kradin Kwame designates him as a child of and thus governed by the Obosom (Deity) Amen-Men. The Obosom Amen-Men is called Amen or Amen Men (Min or Amun Min) in ancient Kamit and Khanit, Orisha Oko in Yoruba and Azaka in Vodoun. He is the Divine Force operating as the Divine Central Nervous System (Axis) in Creation. He is an Obosom of fertility inclusive of the fertility of the land and also maintains Ancestral protocol. He is the Great Elder. 

We examine the nature of the character of George Washington Carver, whom we refer to as Kwame Afrani as it relates to his spiritual disposition - a disposition encoded within his sunsum (spirit) by Nyamewaa-Nyame (Amenet-Amen) the Supreme Being pre-incarnation and thus the spiritual disposition he came into the world with.

We also highlight the business of the week for our OKOM Economic Development Model: 

Elements 4 Nature - Distributor of George Washington Carver Products (hair and body products, lotions, soaps, etc.)


We examine our publication:

Amen Men - The Obosom of Amen-Men and Menmeneda ('saturn' and 'saturday')


OKOM - Economic Development Model



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