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AKANFO NANASOM: Iaht and Iah (Adwoa and Adwo) Female and Male Moon Deities

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In this episode of AKANFO NANASOM, we examine the nature of the female Obosom (Deity) of the Moon in relationship to the male Obosom of the Moon. In Kamit, the female Moon Deity is called Iaht (Yaht) while the male Moon Deity is called Iah (Yah). In the Coptic dialect they are called Iooht and Iooh which is the Akan Dwo and Dwoa (joh and joh-ah). It is a fallacy that the Moon was seen as 'only male' in anicent Kamit.

We examine the relationship of Auset and Ausar when operating through the Moon and its impact upon our lives.

See our articles:

Adwoa - The Obosom (Deity) of Adwo and Dwooda (Moon and 'monday')

www.odwirafo.com/akradinbosom.html 

We also discuss our upcoming HOODOO MAYN: Hoodoo Nation Festival occurring on October 17, 13016 (2015) in Washington, DC.

Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan 

Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu 

Akwamu Nation in North America 

www.odwirafo.com 

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