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HEMAT NTORO: Wife of the God - Restoring Value of the Afuraitkaitnit Priestess

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In this episode of AKANFO NANASOM - Ancient Authentic Akan Ancestral Religion, we examine the critical role of the Hemat Ntoro - Wife of the God and those Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) women who have inherited this sacerdotal/priestesshood function via their blood-circles.

Excerpt from our publication HEMAT NTORO:

"...The Hemat Ntoro, Wife of the God, is a sacred role in our Ancestral culture whose function continues through an unbroken tradition spanning thousands of years and multiple continents, as Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) migrated and were later forced to migrate to different parts of the world.

We therefore have Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) women born in the western hemisphere who are Ancestrally Hemat Ntoro – they were assigned this function pre-incarnation by their direct Ancestresses who executed this function in previous generations – yet they are not executing this function. As they have grown and developed, adhered to the guidance of their Ancestresses of their matriclans from which the function of Hemat Ntoro was inherited, they reject pseudo-religions and return to their Ancestral traditions. However, the community has not caught up with them for the most part. Such individuals who are developing and utilizing their capacity to heal, inspire, protect, defend, innovate, motivate and more are often chided, ignored or relegated to a category within the society wherein they are ridiculed and/or inferiorized.

As Hemat Ntoro, they have the capacity to fuse with the Ntoro (Deity)..."


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