FEKUW







Fekuw (fey-koo') is an Akan term which means an association, group, company, fellowship.




A fekuw can be based on age such as those based on manhood and womanhood training. A fekuw can also be formed around a certain activity or set of activities.

The inculcation of NANASOM, Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion in its authentic expression, is our obligation as Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) people. The ritual incorporation of Divine Law/Love and the ritual restoration of Divine Balance through Divine Hate, the expansive and contractive poles of Nanasom, is written into our Okra/Okraa (Soul/Divine Consciousness) pre-incarnation. Our Ancestral Amammere (culture) is animated by this reality. It is therefore incumbent upon us as Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) to have a thorough understanding and grounding in Nanasom for it is that which is inborn, innate and Ancestrally inherited transcarnationally, meaning through bebra or successive incarnations.

Proper understanding of Nanasom affords us the ability to constantly and consistently align and realign our thoughts, intentions and actions with Nyamewaa-Nyame Nhyehyee - The Supreme Being's Order - Divine Order, from moment to moment, day to day, month to month, year to year, lifetime to Ancestral life to lifetime. The harmonious development, sustenance and defense of our people is thus rooted in our practice of Nanasom. This is why authenticity is crucial and proper understanding is foundational. Moreover, it is key to our self-preservation rooted in the proper identification and eradication of our enemies, the whites and their offspring, their culture and their false-religions.

As stated on our NANASOM page:


"...All Black People--and only Black People--wherever we exist in the world are Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) and share in these linguistic and cultural roots. Authentic religious expressions of Khanit and Kamit are therefore manifest only through our varied Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) ethnicities including, but not limited to: Akan, Yoruba, Ewe, Fon, Igbo, Bakongo, Bambara, Dogon, Goromantche, Nguni, Sotho, Khoikhoi, San, Dinka, Gikuyu, Lemba, Temne, Bassa, Fula, Fang, Mande, Azande, Afar, Oromo, Batswana, Ovambo, Ovimbundu, Maasai, Chokwe, Wolof, Twa, Lobi, Ibibio, Edo, Krobo, Guan, Ga, Tamil (Black India), Xi (Olmec - Ancient america) and all others.

We can therefore speak of Nanasom in its varied expressions: Akanfo Nanasom, Yoruba Nanasom, Ewe Nanasom, Fon Nanasom, Dogon Nanasom, Kongo Nanasom, Fula Nanasom, Fang Nanasom, Lozi Nanasom, Nguni Nanasom, Ndebele Nanasom, Maasai Nanasom, Oromo Nanasom, etc. Expressions of Nanasom also exist in North, Central and South Amaruka (america) and the Caribbean including the various forms of Hoodoo, Voodoo, Juju and more practiced by Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in the South, Southeastern, Eastern and Northeastern united states which empowered us to bring an end to the Mmusuo Kesee (Great perversity/enslavement era)..."


"...Nanasom is a spiri-genetic inheritance incarnate within the kra ne mogya, the soul and blood, of all Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans). It therefore naturally reveals itself via our thoughts, behavior and culture everywhere we have migrated to and/or settled on Asaase Afua (The Earth Mother)..."





NANASOM


Our capacity to embrace and function within the fullness of our transcarnational inheritance depends upon our clear understanding of the nature of that inheritance. We therefore form Nanasom Fekuw, groups rooted in the study of Nanasom and its ritual mechanisms. No matter what expression of Nanasom one is incarnate of (Akan, Yoruba, Ewe, Igbo, etc.) the foundation is the same. We thus have a curriculum which secures that foundation. Once that foundation is secure, individuals can embrace their specific expression of Nanasom and restore its authenticity through eradication of foreign/white influences, pseudo and corrupt philosophies, etc. and reclaiming the Ancestral essence of ritual practice and cosmological knowledge.

The establishment of a Nanasom Fekuw is based upon our curriculum of study which speaks to the unfolding of Abode (Creation) and our place in Creation in relation to Nyamewaa-Nyame, the Abosom and Nananom Nsamanfo - The Mother-Father Supreme Being, the Deities and Spiritually Cultivated Ancestresses and Ancestors. Our various books, articles and audio and video publications are arranged in a step-by-step format for optimal utility. As shown below beginning with KUKUU-TUNTUM, UBEN-HYENG and UAB-ODWIRA.

A Nanasom Fekuw is established for and attended by Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) heterosexual people only and can be open to youth and adults. A fekuw can be in-person, online or a combination of the two and can be formed with two people or more. For those who form a Nanasom Fekuw we offer the soft-cover versions of our 16 books at the wholesale rate (thirty-percent discount). Those who establish and/or are a member of a Nanasom Fekuw can also sell our soft-cover books as a distributor. This is a means by which individuals can generate income for themselves and share this information with the community. See the NOKWAREFO - Distributor Information Document on our NHOMA - Publications page for details.

We have also established our AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT NANASOM NTONTAN - Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion Network. This is our private social-media network for Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) to connect from wherever we are in the world. There is a Fekuw section on our network where you can post and access study resources, learn of other Fekuw in your area and elsewhere, post information about your Fekuw, connect with others who are studying, etc.

Below are the links to order your books for your Nanasom Fekuw, the curriculum - ADESUA, the link to our AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT NANASOM NTONTAN social media network, the links to our institution - AKONGUASUA and our NHOMA - Publications page and the video of our blogtalkradio broadcast: FEKUW - Institutional Path to Eradicate Institutionalized Oppression. We examine the nature and utility of the Fekuw in this broadcast:


NANASOM FEKUW - Group Discounted Rates

Nhoma (Books): Fekuw Prices (1)

Nhoma - Books: Fekuw Price (2)






ADESUA

Nanasom Fekuw Curriculum




KUKUU-TUNTUM
The Ancestral Jurisdiction

UBEN-HYENG
The Ancestral Summons

UAB-ODWIRA
Pa Nsaman Atemmu

NANASOM
Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit Ancestral Religion

AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT
The Origin of the term 'Africa'

MMARA NE KYI
Divine Law (Love) and Divine Hate

AKANFO NANASOM
Ancient Authentic Akan Ancestral Religion

AKRADINBOSOM
Akan Abosom of the Okra/Okraa (Soul) and the 7-day Week

THE OKRA/OKRAA COMPLEX
The Soul of Akanfo

MATE MASIE
The Ancestorhood of Nana Yao (Dr. Bobby E. Wright)

MAAKHERU
Internet Webcast

PTAH SASETEM
Educational Curriculum for the Instruction of Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit Youth and Adults

OBARIMA
Afurakani Manhood

NKWAMUA
Whole Life Journal

ANIDAHO
Awareness - Origin of the terms 'God', 'Negus', 'Naga', 'Ngg Wr', 'negro' (nigga does not mean 'god')

KOKOBO
Warning - dissexuality/homosexuality was Never Accepted in Kamit

MOOR MEANS 'DEAD'
Etymological and Cosmological Proof that the term 'Moor' means 'Dead'

NYANKOPON-NYANKONTON - RA-RAIT
Identity and Nature of the Creator and Creatress in Akan Cosmology

ANKH - The Origin of the Term 'Yoga' - KARA KARA - The Origin and Nature of the 'Chakra'
Actual Etymological and Cosmological Origins of the terms Yoga and Chakra in Ancient Kamit

ODOMANKOMA - ATMU KHOPA - TWEREDUAMPON-KHERER RA
Atum and Khepra

HOODOO PEOPLE
Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in North America
Akan Custodians of Hoodoo from Ancient Hoodoo/Udunu Land (Khanit/Nubia)


REKHIT HENA SPERET
Etymology and Cosmology of Religion and Spirit - Ancestral Religion IS Spirituality














AKONGUASUA


Learn about our institution of learning, healing, training, employment and entrepreneurship







AFURAKA/AFURAITKAIT NANASOM NTONTAN


Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion Social Network







ODWIRAMAN


Purified Nation - Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) in the West











NHOMA - Publications






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