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HAPI and MERIT: Happy and Married - Abosom (Deities) of our Hapi-Merit Retreat

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Hapi and Merit are the male and female Abosom (Deities) governing the inundation of the rivers on Asaase (Earth) as well as the rivers of blood in your physical body and and river-channels of energy within your spirit-body. In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace, we discuss our upcoming February 16th-19th HAPI-MERIT: Hiber-Nation Training, Cultural and Ritual Retreat on Edisto Island (Gullah Island), SC. Our focus is Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) manhood and womanhood rooted in our Ancestral Religious values. We examine the cosmological role of Hapi and Merit in relation to Afurakani (African) manhood, Afuraitkaitnit (African) womanhood, strong relationships and strong marriages in the context of Amanne - Nationism.

At our retreat we will have separate workshops for OBARIMA - Afurakani (African) Manhood based upon our book of the same name for the men and OBAATAN - Afuraitkaitnit (African) Womanhood based upon our book of the same name for the women. We will also have joint sessions for the men and women on PTAH SASETEM and more. We will have vegan meals for attendees. Attendees will also have time throughout the weekend to explore the Gullah Islands, one of our sacred Ancestral Religious lands for Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in North america who have maintained our religious practices in our blood-circles inclusive of Hoodoo (Akan), Juju (Yoruba), Voodoo (Ewe, Fon), Wanga (Ovambo), Gullah-Geechee (Gola-Kisi) and more. This is our first annual HAPI-MERIT retreat. 

If you would like to attend we still have a few spaces left for late registration. Register via our page today:



Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan 

Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu 

Akwamu Nation in North America