UAB-ODWIRA ADEBISA is the major form of adebisa, divination, used within Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu, Akwamu Nation in North America.

Divination or spiritual consultation is an integral component of all expressions of Nanasom, Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, wherever Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) are found in the world. This includes Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in North, Central and South Amaruka (america) and the Caribbean today who are descendants of those who were taken from Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) during the Mmusuo Kese (Great Perversity/Enslavement era), yet survived, waged war against the white slavers and liberated ourselves.

In Akan culture the term bisa [bee'-sah] is a verb meaning to inquire, to consult, while abisa is a noun meaning inquiry. The phrase ko bisa means to go (ko) ask, inquire, consult (bisa). This is a phrase typically used when describing the act of someone going to ask, inquire or consult the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo - the Deities/Divine Spirit-Forces in Creation and the Spiritually Cultivated Ancestresses and Ancestors. The term ade means thing, object, entity. The term adebisa [ah'-day bee'-sah] therefore means things asked, inquired or consulted about. Adebisa is an Akan term for spiritual consultation or divination, a major feature of Akanfo Nanasom - Ancent Authentic Akan Ancestral Religion.

Through adebisa one learns from the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo the nature of past, present and potential future circumstances and events in relation to our thoughts, intentions and actions as measured against the standard of Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee (The Supreme Being's Order - Divine Order). Adebisa operationalizes Nanasom, Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, which is properly defined as the ritual incorporation of Divine Law and the ritual restoration of Divine Balance.

Adebisa is not only about seeking answers to overcome obstacles or exigencies. We use adebisa to learn. Just as one can sit down and open up a book or log onto the internet to learn facts about various subjects - to study - so do we use adebisa to learn about, research and study any subject imaginable. The Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo in concert with your Okra/Okraa (Soul/Divine Consciousness) will inform, direct and position you to come into contact with individuals and information concerning the subject you queried about for confirmation and further study.

Oracular divination systems of Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) are the original 'books' that we opened and continue to open in order to avail ourselves of knowledge of all things in the physical world and the spirit realm.

In Akan culture, as well as Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Culture in general, we recognize that each Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) individual has an Okra or Okraa (aw-krah' or aw-krah'-ah) - the male and female terms for Soul/Divine Consciousness. The Okra/Okraa is actually an Obosom (Deity) which dwells in the head region. This is the individual's personal Obosom assigned to guide him/her throughout life. It is Nyamewaa and Nyame, the Great Mother and Father Supreme Being (called Amenet and Amen in ancient Khanit and Kamit/ancient Nubia and Egypt) Who assign the Okra/Okraa to the spirit of the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) individual pre-incarnation. The Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) spirit, once infused with an Okra/Okraa by Nyamewaa-Nyame is sent into the Ancestral realm (Asamando) to await reincarnation through one of his or her descendants.

Amenet and Amen (Nyamewaa and Nyame)

[See our publication: Note on the Origin of the Name Nyame in Ancient Khanit and Kamit]

As Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) people, we are taught to consult with our Okra/Okraa throughout our lives. For, within the Okra/Okraa is encoded our nkra and nkrabea, hye and hyebea - the Divine Function we are to execute in Creation and the motive power to wield the specific configuration of spiritual energy we have been given to execute that function.

As 'cells' within the Great Divine Body of Nyamewaa-Nyame, we as Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) individuals have specific roles to play - just as every cell in your body is designed to play a specific role/execute a specific function in your body. This role or function, encoded within our Okra/Okraa - our Soul or spirit's 'brain' - is our life-focus, often referred to as 'purpose' or 'destiny'. Yet, nkra and nkrabea - the male and female aspects of our life-focus - is more properly defined as our Divine Function. The pull of the Okra/Okraa in the head is often experienced as our 'first mind', yet in reality it is more than this.

The Okra/Okraa as our personal Obosom constantly guides/pulls us towards thoughts, intentions and actions that comport with our Divinely allotted function. Yet, we can be positively influenced by Ancestresses and Ancestors, Deities as well as negatively influenced by discarnate, wayward spirits of deceased individuals who are not Ancestresses and Ancestors, by misguided ideas, false conditionings, compulsions, etc. Often these influences are misunderstood to be our 'first mind' as well. The misinterpretation of such influences leads to confusion and often chaos in life if not properly contextualized. However, when we truly attune to our Okra/Okraa, our Soul, the Divinity Who dwells within our head we attune to our nkra/nkrabea, our encoded Divine Function and our hye/hyebea, the motive force of the spiritual capacity we have been given to carry out that Divine function.

As we are growing and developing consciously/spiritually, communication with our personal Obosom, our Okra/Okraa, can sometimes be clouded by external influences and internalized conditionings hoisted upon us by external individuals and/or entities. Thus, when our Okra/Okraa attempts to communicate with us, show us the way, inform us of what thoughts, intentions and actions are in harmony with or out of harmony with Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee (Divine Order), we are sometimes unable to hear or see clearly. We then make decisions that are self-destructive.

Adebisa is a mechanism given to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) - and Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) only - by Nyamewaa-Nyame (Amenet-Amen, Mawu-Lisa, etc.) to afford us the ability to harmonize our thoughts, intentions and actions with Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee even when we cannot seem to attune to the messages of our Okra/Okraa at a given moment in our development.

This ensures that the entire community of Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) has the opportunity to harmonize with Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee even if they have not yet fully matured spiritually. Such a mechanism supports harmony within the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) individual, abusua (family) and oman (nation).

A true adebisafo (diviner) uses abisa to show the querent, externally, what the querent's Okra/Okraa has been attempting to show him or her internally. When the adebisafo consults with the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo, the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo only convey what the querent's Okra/Okraa conveys. For, encoded within the Okra/Okraa is the querent's unique pathway to harmonizing every thought, intention and action with Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee (Divine Order) at all times, rooted in the culture of his or her Ancestral blood circle. The Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo only support what the Okra/Okraa conveys, for the Okra/Okraa is the messenger of Nyamewaa-Nyame (The Supreme Being) to the individual. This reality is recognized by all Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) and we thus have terms in our various languages illuminating this cosmological reality.

There are various forms of adebisa because there are various forms of nkom - spiritual communication. Listening to your Nananom Nsamanfo is a form of nkom. The playing of akyene (drums) is a form of nkom. Ritual song (edwom) is a form of nkom. Ritual dance (asaw) is a form of nkom. The akyene/drum becomes the instrument by which nkom/communication is affected. The voice is the instrument by which nkom is affected through edwom or ritual song. The use of shells, stones, bones, water and more are instruments of various forms of adebisa through which nkom, spiritual communication, is affected.



(Akan Divination in America)

In Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu, Akwamu Nation in North America, we were given a form of adebisa which is affected through the use of nworaa and nsuo. The Akan term nworaa references the shells of aworaboa, bivalve marine mollusks or shellfish. The term nsuo means water. The number of nworaa in our system of adebisa reflect the Akradinbosom, the Abosom of the solar, lunar and planetary bodies which govern all cycles in Abode (Creation). These Abosom are: Awusi, Adwoa, Bena, Abenaa, Awuku, Akua, Yaw, Yaa, Aaba, Afi and Amen Men. The nworaa are cast in the nsuo and the Abosom speak to and show the adebisafo what the Okra/Okraa of the querent has conveyed.


UAB-ODWIRA Pa Nsaman Atemmu referencing purification is a body of knowledge taught within Aakhuamuman and outside of Aakhuamuman to all Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) people wherever we are in the world, for the principles and tenets are translatable and transferrable to all Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Cultures. UAB-ODWIRA is also the name of our major form of adebisa. In 12997 (1997) this form of adebisa was given to us here in Amaruka (america) by the Obosom Adwoa and supported by the Obosom Adwo. Adwoa and Adwo (Adwo is also called Awusi) in Akan are called Auset and Ausar in Khanit and Kamit, Oodua and Oosaala (Obatala) in Yoruba, Idemilli and Agwu Isi in Igbo and Minona and Dangbe in Fon and Ewe (Vodoun), respectively.


Various forms of water-divination are used by Akan people in Ghana and Ivory Coast and were carried by our Nananom Nsamanfo to the western hemisphere during the Mmusuo Kese (Great Perversity/Enslavement era). Every Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) individual has an Okra/Okraa - an Obosom assigned to him or her by Nyamewaa-Nyame pre-incarnation. We also have Abosom Who are carried in our mogya (blood) inherited from our Abusuakuw (matriclan) and Ntoro (patriclan). These Abosom are also assigned to us pre-incarnation.

These Abosom and our Nananom Nsamanfo did not desert us once we crossed over Epo Abenaa and Bosom Opo, the Female and Male Abosom of the Ocean. They are carried in our kra ne mogya, soul and blood. This is why They still speak to us today. The nworaa (shells) of the aworaboa which are used in UAB-ODWIRA Adebisa were procured from the waters of Epo Abenaa and Bosom Opo under the direction of Nana Adwoa - the waters our Nsamanfo had to cross in order to arrive in Amaruka (america) and the waters we cross to return to Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa).

Various forms of adebisa were retained and reconstituted by our Nananom Nsamanfo in North America through the practice of 'African-American Hoodoo' - authentic Hoodoo before the corruptions of european and pseudo-'native'-american influences/perversions. See our publication: HOODOO PEOPLE: Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in North America - Akan Custodians of Hoodoo from Ancient Hoodoo/Udunu Land (Khanit/Nubia).

Possum bones used in Hoodoo divination by Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in Amaruka (america)

UAB-ODWIRA Adebisa is similar in that it is a retention and reconstitution of an Ancestrally inherited method of nkom unEarthed in Amaruka (america) whereby the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo facilitate alignment and realignment with Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee (Divine Order).


Adebisa is for Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) Only

The Abosom (Orisha, Vodou, Ntorou/Ntorotu) as the Divine Embodiments of Order in Abode (Creation) have never, do not now and will never communicate with the akyiwadefo - spirits of disorder/the whites and their offspring. This includes all white americans, white europeans, white hispanics, white latinos/latinas, white arabs, white hindus, white asians, white pseudo-'native'-americans (who are actually migrants from asia), etc.

The whites and their offspring are defined not only by their perverse external features (morphology) and melanin-recessiveness (lack of proper levels and quality of melanin) but most importantly by their lack of an Okra/Okraa. The Okra/Okraa is called Ka/Kait in Kamit, Ori Inu in Yoruba, Se Lido in Vodoun and Chi in Igbo. As entities without Okra/Okraa (Ori Inu, Se Lido, Chi, Ka/Kait) the whites and their offspring are akyiwadefo - spirits of disorder - who are repulsive to and repelled by Nyamewaa-Nyame, the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo - The Supreme Being, the Deities and Honorable Ancestral Spirits. This is a cosmological reality that is irrefutable and unalterable. See our nhoma (book): The Okra/Okraa Complex - The Soul of Akanfo for details.

Any divination that purports to convey messages from the Abosom/Orisha/Vodou/Ntorou-Ntorotu and Nananom Nsamanfo/Egungun/Kuvito/Aakhu-Aakhutu to non-Afurakani/non-Afuraitkaitnit (non-African) querents is a pseudo-divination. This is true whether it is conducted by a 'diviner' from Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) or outside of Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa).

Those who conduct 'divinations' for non-Afurakanu/non-Afuraitkaitnut (non-Africans/non-Blacks) are actually doing nothing more than evoking wayward, disordered, discarnate spirits of deceased individuals. These deceased individuals' communications are then passed off fraudulently as 'communication from the deities'.

Such pseudo-divinations are conducted on a regular basis in Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) and in the western hemisphere. Some 'initiated' individuals conduct these fraudulent 'divinations' knowingly, while most others do so unknowingly because they are following the pseudo-spiritual paradigm of the individual or individuals who 'initiated' and trained them into and within a pseudo-priest/esshood. See our publication: Apoo - Psychic Power is Not Spiritual Power

We receive numerous requests for adebisa as well as requests for referrals for adebisa. Most of our requests are borne of the fact that those who identify as Akan, Yoruba, Ewe, Fon, Bakongo, 'Kemetic' and other 'priests' or 'priestesses' typically have a eurocentric orientation - an infection - which derails or clouds their divinatory practice. When it comes to embracing and expressing the fullness of Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee (Divine Order), which is comprised of MMARA NE KYI - Divine Law and Divine Hate - they fall short because we have been conditioned against the Divinity of Hate and thus the Deities of Hate - Bena and Abenaa (Heru Behudet and Sekhmet; Ogun and Iyaami Abeni) . This conditioning blocks key components of the messages that an Afurakani or Afuraitkaitnit diviner receives from the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo. This conditioning precludes them from recognizing the reality that Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Culture is the expression of the Divine acceptance (Law/Love) of Order and Divine rejection (Hate) of disorder.

Thus, as soon as such a diviner receives a message from an Obosom or Nsaman regarding hate, rejection of disorder and its purveyors (Divine Immunity), the conditioned diviner seeks to reinterpret that message away from the very Divine Immunity that would assist the querent and that was actually conveyed to him or her by the Obosom or Nsaman. This is why it is difficult to refer our people to a large percentage of purported 'traditional' or 'initiated' priests and priestesses. At best, the divinations they administer are hit-and-miss. They hit on certain issues and circumstances and miss when it counts most - and their misses account for the degradation in the culture and religion as manifest today through its adherents.

However, there are many people who are realigning themselves with their Okra/Okraa, Ori Inu, Se Lido and the Abosom and Nsamanfo (Orisha and Egungun, Vodou and Kuvito, etc.) based on their rediscovery and reincorporation of Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee (Divine Order). These individuals are developing into a new crop of realigned Akomfo, Abosomfo, Babalawos, Olorishas, Ahoungans, traditional/authentic priests and priestesses who can perform authentic divinations without filtering out the fullness of Divine Order.

Moreover, they will not seek to incorporate the pseudo-religions and the fictional characters associated with the pseudo-religions including: christianity, islam, judaism, moorishism, hinduism, buddhism, kabbalism, hermeticism, masonry, esotericism, 'lost-landism' (mu, atlantis, etc.), extraterrestrialism, etc. and jesus/yehsua, abraham, isaac, ishmael, moses, muhammad, yahweh, allah, brahmin, buddha, the 'elohim', mythological 'hebrews', etc. - none of whom ever existed at all - of any race whatsoever. Nor will they attempt to force the querent to embrace 'unconditional love', dissexuality/homosexuality, inter-racial coupling, embracing of 'all people', 'all ancestors no matter what race they were when alive on Earth', drug-addict 'spiriutality' (use of alcohol, marijuana, tobacco or other drugs - all of which are foolish and self-destructive - spiritually and physically), sex-cult 'spirituality' and other false, perverse doctrines promoted by the whites and their offspring. They will understand that as long as we are open to embrace the akyiwadefo (spirits of disorder/whites and their offspring), their culture (disorder) and their false religions, the discarnate spirits of the akyiwadefo who enslaved and raped our people - as well as the spirits of the akyiwadefo who are alive today, with whom we come into contact (at work, school, in the public, via mass media, etc.) - will continuously attempt to perversely influence us. Authentic priests and priestesses will advise us to reject/repel - hate (kyi) all akyiwadefo fully - without compromise - and realign with our Okra/Okraa, the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo in harmony with Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee.

As such progress is unfolding we will provide assistance with the restoration of Ancestrally-inherited forms of adebisa in the blood-circles of Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) to assist with the spiritual purification process that you have already embarked upon under the guidance of your Nananom Nsamanfo.

Left: Anr n sapt mu - "Shell of the water's shore". This is a seashell made into a necklace found in ancient Kamit (Egypt). They were used ritually as amulets. The term Anr (shell) in Kamit is pronounced Nworaa (anr, nwr) in Akan.

Center: Akan Obosomfo (Priest) Possessed by the Obosom Tano wearing nworaa (shells).

Right: Nworaa - shell of the aworaboa, the bivalve mollusk. The nworaa are utilized in UAB-ODWIRA Adebisa.

Nworaa in comparison to the headdress of Tut Ankh Amen

Nworaa in comparison to Ra (The Creator) with the head of a Falcon and headdress.

Odwirafo is an Ancestrally inherited title existing only within Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu (Akwamu Nation in North America). It references the individual responsible for the facilitation of UAB-ODWIRA Pa Nsaman Atemmu as a body of knowledge. This body of knowledge is taught to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) worldwide. Yet, within Aakhuamuman the title Odwirafo also references the function of the individual who communicates with the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo on behalf of Aakhuamuman. Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan is the sole possessor of this title.

Those who are Akomfo and Abosomfo (priests/esses) as well as Ahene and Ahemmaa (Kings and Queens), Akyeame (Spokespersons) and Nananom Mpanyinfo (Honored Elders and Elderesses) all engage in nkom through various forms of adebisa for the good of the oman (nation) in Akan culture. This is true of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) cultures in general and the same is true of heads of families in Amaruka (america) as we have retained our Ancestral Culture in spite of the Mmusuo Kese (enslavement era).

The utility of adebisa was demonstrated by the those of our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestresses and Ancestors who engaged the adebisa process to spiritually align with and gather information from plant-life and mineral-life in order to wage chemical and biological warfare against the whites on the plantations (poisoning of their food and water supply, creating disease - bacterial and viral infections - to use against them, etc.), tracking the movements of the whites and thereby avoiding capture after escaping from plantations and more. Adebisa proved indispensable for planning and implementing successful insurrections and the development and implementation of guerilla warfare tactics in order to defend our new independent, sovereign settlements, after having liberated ourselves from plantations. We were also empowered through adebisa in the planning, timing and thus implementation of successful raids on the plantations to take supplies (weapons, tools), kill the white occupants and free more Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) and lead them back to the independent akofo - 'warrior/warrioress' or 'maroon' - settlements we had established away from the plantations.

It was through our consistent waging of war against the whites and their offspring that we forced them to accept the abolition of enslavement. They realized that if they did not accept abolition, the akofo war against them would continue to expand and gain momentum - and we would eventually exterminate them all. As descendants of these akofo we are poised to effectively employ adebisa once again in the ongoing war against the whites and their offspring, as we work to establish and defend an independent sovereign oman (nation) upon our own land.
In Aakhuamuman, while our publications and services are made available to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) globally, we have typically only engaged the nkom process, inclusive of adebisa, internally for Aakhuamuman. This includes utilizing adebisa to gather accurate information and to be led to verifications of this information so that we can publish the various articles, books, videos and audio that you find on However, we have always provided assistance to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) outside of Aakhuamuman in support of the spiritual work they are engaged in with their Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo (Orisha and Egungun, Vodou and Kuvito, etc.).

The Nananom Nsamanfo have directed us to provide further assistance to our people outside of Aakhuamuman with the restoration Ancestrally-inherited forms of adebisa (divination) until there is a solid priest/esshood in various Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religious traditions (Yoruba, Ewe, Igbo, Lozi, Ibibio, Goromantche, etc.) and their expressions among their descendants in North, Central, South Amaruka (america), the Caribbean and europe, firmly grounded in Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee.

The primary function of Odwirafo is not that of an Okomfo (certain class of priesthood). The function of Odwirafo is in significant ways cognate with that of an Abusua Panyin (male head of a matriclan - the female counterpart is the Obaa Panyin) or an Ohene who utilizes adebisa to restore and maintain spiritual balance for the development and defense of the oman (nation). In the context of UAB-ODWIRA ADEBISA the function of Odwirafo includes the function of Odumafo (diviner, healer). See ODUMAFO: Hoodoo Man and Hoodoo Woman - Akan Priests and Priestesses in Hoodoo.

This function has been forged by the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo in order to effectively overcome the obstacles presented by the Mmusuo Kesee. This is one of many Ancestral traditions born of Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in Amaruka (america). We are dependent upon no one outside of ourselves, our direct blood Nananom Nsamanfo and the Abosom we have inherited by blood - transcarnationally.

The year 13013 (2013) marked the first time in 16 years that our system of adebisa was opened to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) outside of Aakhuamuman. This added responsibility was one borne of circumstance and necessity. Beginning in 13015 (2015) this responsibility changed, taking the form of assisting Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in the restoration of our Ancestrally-inherited forms of adebisa born of our blood-circles primarily in North america. Through the process, we work to provide insight and clarity from the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo into the spiritual messages/inclinations that you constantly receive from your Okra/Okraa, supported by your Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo. Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) are thus empowered to restore the practice of authentic adebisa within their families. See our Amarukafo Adebisa Adwumadi - African-American Ancestral Divination Project page and the trailer for our documentary film:

Support our crowdfunding effort for our documentary film:

AMARUKAFO ADEBISA ADWUMADI: African-American Ancestral Divination Project

Amarukafo Adebisa Adwumadi - African-American Ancestral Divination Project

Additionally, because the work published on was/is borne of the adebisa process, you have additional reference material to study in relation to the information you receive from your restored practice of adebisa.

Dwennimmen (Ram's horns)

Akan Adinkra Symbol - Strength balanced by Humility

We do not conduct 'roots readings'. The journey to recovering your identity by aligning with your direct-blood Nananom Nsamanfo through the agency of your Okra/Okraa is a sacred journey that should not be interfered with by others outside of your direct blood-circle.

The Nananom Nsamanfo have shown us that their first primary responsibility to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) who have lost the knowledge of our Ancestry as a result of the Mmusuo Kese (Great Perversity/enslavement) is to guide us to back to our spiri-genetic identity, our transcarnational identity. It is thus your responsibility to communicate with your own direct-blood Nananom Nsamanfo to learn of your actual Ancestry. Nsamankom (Ancestral Communication) is the foundation of your reconstituted ritual practice. It renews the intimate and irrevocable bond between you and your Nananom Nsamanfo.

Your Nananom Nsamanfo have urged you towards indicators of your actual Ancestry since childhood. Your conscious reconnection with them will solidify the bond you share and fully open the channels of this communication. A return to the practice of Nsamankom is thus your first ritual responsibility.

Authentic adebisa does not operate as a replacement for this responsibility. It functions as a guide for us to recognize and embrace the nature of the unique sankofa process as survivors of the Mmusuo Kese who have finally returned to Nanasom ne Amammere - Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit Ancestral Religion and Culture.

There are numerous individuals who have received false 'roots-readings' from charlatan priests and priestesses as well as from well-meaning, yet misinformed, priests and priestesses. This has led to the disastrous results of individuals attempting to embrace an Ancestral culture, language and set of ritual practices which are not theirs - sometimes for years. They therefore engage in practices that are actually akyiwade (taboo/Divinely prohibited) for their own clan, yet not akyiwade for the clan that they have falsely assumed as theirs. Such individuals therefore continuously violate akyiwade and experience disorder - no matter how many rituals they do to restore balance to their lives. It is because they have accepted and attempted to operationalize a false identity. This leads to behavioral choices which engender chronic disharmony - disalignment from the Okra/Okraa. Realignment with the Okra/Okraa is facilitated through the agency of Nsamankom.

In the event that an individual can authentically attune through actual clairvoyance or clairaudience to one or more of your Nsamanfo who then inform that individual of your actual Ancestry, you still must verify this information with your Nananom Nsamanfo and your Okra/Okraa before you embrace it as reality. This is why while we have the capacity to query the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo about clan identity through adebisa, we have been instructed otherwise.

The Nananom Nsamanfo are assigned to you by Nyamewaa-Nyame (Amenet-Amen) in order for you to go directly to them for guidance - inclusive of the recovery of your actual Ancestry. The recovery of your actual Ancestry is a once-in-an-intergenerational-lifetime event. It is the role of our Nananom Nsamanfo to facilitate this sankofa event for we the survivors of the Mmusuo Kese who have committed to realigning with our Okra/Okraa. This is a cosmological role of our Nananom Nsamanfo that cannot be abridged, nor bought and sold.

Our assistance with the restoration of Ancestrally-inherited adebisa is for serious Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) only: those who are committed to realigning with the fullness of Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee (Divine Order) through the agency of their Okra/Okraa, the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo and Nanasom, Amammere and Amansesew - Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, Culture and Nationbuilding/Restoration.

Fundamental tenets regarding our restoration of adebisa:

There is no cost for adebisa. Authentic adebisa (divination) is a service not a business.

This is true of all authentic Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religions that have not succumbed to the centuries-wide perverse profiteering influence of islam, christianity, judaism, hinduism and buddhism upon the sacred traditions. Akyede (contributions/donations) are not compulsory. They are purely voluntary. See our publication: Abosom Do Not Ask For Money: Abosom, Orisha, Vodou and the Purification of Nanasom: Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion

You do not have to be present at the Abosonkommere (Abosom shrine) when abisa is conducted.

We have already conducted abisa for Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in america, canada, europe and Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa).

You do not have to ask questions ahead of time.

We simply go to the Abosom and bring back whatever messages they give. We then discuss how it applies to your situation.

See our publication and related broadcast: Mereko Bisa: Do I Need a Reading/Divination?

ADEBISA: Divination and Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in America - Parts 1 and 2

ODUMAFO: Hoodoo Man and Hoodoo Woman - Akan Priests and Priestesses in Hoodoo

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Akwamu Nation in North America

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