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  • 02:05

    Is Mdw Neter relevant in Today's Society??

    in Social Networking

    Is Mdw Nter relevant in Today's society?? Lets Tal

  • 01:17

    Episode 30 Journey-In-Rhythm : "Portal Purification!" w/Sis Ellen & Marte

    in Prepping

    JOURNEY-IN-RHYTHM : Menmeneda (Saturday), 1/9/16- 11:00am EST Guest Call-in (602) 753-1598

    Episode 30 Journey-In-Rhythm : "Hip/Thigh Portal Purification!" w/Sister Ellen & Marte (Conjurers of Sacral Healing)

    Mikyia mo (Greetings) !

    Guest Speaker : Sister Ellen and Marte will be "Hip Purifying!" (Spiritual Readings, Yoni/Phallus Cleansing)


    Sun-Sign - approx. Sagittarius

    Yoruba deity - Mut - Osanyin

    MWT (MUT) -

          Mwt is the Great Mother; She is considered to be great maternal power
    who conceived and gave birth to everything. Mut is compliment of Amen in the Triad of Wast. She is mother of Khensu the Moon child.

        In Khemet art she is depicted as a woman who wears a vulture headddress and she holds the ankh and papyrus scepter called uadj (A Mdw Ntchr word meaning green papyrus or the color green) symbolizing growth and expansion, sometimes she is represented as a Vulture. The Vulture was regarded sacred throughout Kemet and symbolizes the two-fold nature of Mut. She was the great mother one side the devourer of the dead so that new seeds could come forth. Mwt became identified with every Ntchrt that expressed the maternal principle, including Nut, Ast, Het-Hert, Apet, Sekmet, and Bast. She even became the "Eye of Ra" as the Triad in Wast became stronger.


  • 02:30

    Is " when the students are ready " series ready for MFUNDISHI

    in Culture

    The power of our classical language. The Mdw Ntchr and the Ntchru.

    The laws and principles of ancient Kemet.

    Skip the million niggro March, we need to know this!

    Our truth 

    Join us November 12, 2015 for MFUNDISHI 

    TIME 9 PM EASTERN ON BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/ringingstonenetwork or 646 929 0691

  • 00:10

    The MDW Group Interview

    in Marketing

    I sit down with Marvin Woodland of the MDW Group and get the inside scoop on his extremely successful business start-up.

  • Queen Shebah Kasambu ‘Ra III, the Reigning Queen of Sheba - Matthew 12:42

    in Culture

    Nuumo Taalib El Amin  was raised in Grand Rapids, MI. His African education began in 1967, under the tutelage of Carl Edw. Smith and the Elders at the Black People’s Free Store in Grand Rapids and continued with scholars in universities and libraries of the world for 40 years. He has traveled and studied in Kmt (Egypt) researching Nile River Valley Civilizations under the tutelage of Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannon, Egyptologist.  He remained one of his personal students for 25 years; appearing on several television programs, presenting lectures, and co-editing one of his many works "Cultural Genocide in the Black and African Studies Programs." He was a member of the Association for the Study of Classical Afrikan Civilizations (1989- 2011).

    He presented workshops in the 1970’s and lectured on Afrikan History, Culture, Spirituality and Economic Development across the Midwest; including six (6) Michigan prisons, especially IMAX (Ionia Maximum Security) for over 20 years and lectured on Education as a Tool and Rites-of Passage as a necessity among African peoples.

    In 1994, he traveled to Ghana and studied Mdw Ntr (Hieroglyphics) and “Teaching about Africa” under Jegna Dr. Jacob Carruthers, Professor Emeritus at the Kemetic Institute of Northeastern Illinois and Northwestern University. He was involved in the study and investigation of five major world religions over 30 years.  He designed a course on the development of Afrikan consciousness, taught at Grand Valley State University and was co-owner and operated Images Books, the second Afrikan-centered Bookstore in Grand Rapids, MI. He and his wife presented a program through the Al-Kebulan & Turtle Island Cultural Foundation, dealing with Ancient Afrikan and Native American cultures, aimed at educating 6th through 12th graders on Original Peoples and cultural awareness.

  • 01:58

    THE BALANCE OF MAAT: Afrikan Conception Of The Lake Of Fire

    in Science

    JOINING US THIS EVENING IS Brother (Ma-Son) NTR Nb Akhu Zp Ztpy Odofo Katema Founder of The PR NTR Research Center of African History and Ancient Studies he is a Mdw NTR Student/Sebaty independent Researcher and Authour
    Topics that will be discussed are The African Conception of the lake of fire, and why did the ancients come up with the concept, easter and Nefertari
    The Balance Of Maat Is a Live Call in show @718-506-1960

  • 02:14

    DNR Radio 165 - Owners and the Destiny of Afrikan Peoples

    in Politics

    On the next episode of Destroy N Rebuild Radio we will broadcast a panel discussion talking about ownership and black economics. Also we will discuss building business relations between Africans in the diaspora and the continent. Is there a way to create economic power for ourselves and our people without becoming almost a ward of the Oppresor?

    "African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters."
    -Jacob Carruthers, "Mdw Ntr"

    All this and more on the next show...

  • 01:15

    THE RA CONNECTION w/ Khepra Ptah & Ptah Seeker Ausares

    in Lifestyle

    This week on The Ra Connection we will be speaking with Opulence Ra Ntr and she will speak on her foundation of my re entry ramemberence of Khemet in this embodiment and the connections of my unique path. We will also talk to Mfundishi JhutyMs about the re-resurgence of Mdw Ntr and keeping the holy temple in order of Ma'at via martial arts.

  • 03:04

    Dr. Mario Beatty - Understanding The Mdw Ntr

    in Culture

    Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, Nov. 29th, 8pm-11pm EST. Our guests will be Dr. Mario Beatty and Ronald McCoy who will talk about this weekends Mid-Atlantic Region ASCAC (Association For The Study Of Classical African Civilizations) Conference taking place in Philadelphia.
    Michael Imhotep host of the The African History Network Show will talk about his upcoming lecture in Detroit, "Slavery's Back In Effect: The Hidden Relationship Between The Prison Industrial Complex, The New Voter ID Laws & Black Population Control" & "Should African-Americans Celebrate European Holidays? The History Of Christmas". Watch a promo clip of the lecture here: http://youtu.be/_9fV7LHuRmY

    Dr. Mario Beatty will discuss the Mdw Netcher (Hieroglyphics). He will do a 3 hour interactive workshop at the conference. Dr. Beatty is an Associate Professor in the Department of Afro-American Studies at Howard University. He has also served as Chairperson of the Department of African-American Studies at Chicago State University from 2007 to 2010.

    His research interests include the Ancient Egyptian language, history, wisdom literature, astronomy in Ancient Egyptian religious texts, comparative analyses of African cultures, the image and use of ancient Africa in the African-American historical imagination, the theory and practice of African-American Studies, and Pan-Africanism.


  • 02:00

    Da'mon and Mdw Mornin show

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  • 00:46


    in Culture

    Join Iya Adjua, The Culture Rebel and Brother Kwame Piankhi, scholar activist and Afrikan connector! Brother Piankhi is a trained engineer who has volunteered in Chicago as a tutor at the Center for Inner City Studies after-school program and in Detroit's Public School’s Malcolm X academy. He was also member of Nsoroma Institute's "Babas’ Club." Nsoroma Institute was an African-centered charter school and the "Babas’ Club" conducted the Rites of Passage program for young boys transitioning into puberty. In the Rites of Passage program Bro Piankhi taught the boys on the principles of Ma’at in addition to introducing them to the concepts of solar energy, where they made solar cookers. He has also helped to set up a Saturday academy primarily intended for Black students in the public school system where his children currently attend. Kwame Piankhi has been one of the panelists on LIB radio’s “The Falcon Forum” since 2008. He is currently a member of ASCAC and also studies Mdw Ntr having been trained by Bonotchi Montgomery and Rkhty Amen.