African Americans and the Bantu Water Tradition- Imakhu Shekemet


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African Americans and the Bantu Water Tradition- Imakhu Shekemet

When enslaved Africans were brought to U.S. shores, their mystical water traditions came with them, transmuted, and survived in many of the Africanisms seen in today’s Baptist Church traditions. How? Learn about the Bantu tradition of the njusu (water spirits), who continue speaking to African Americans through dreams, corporeal “mermaid” contact, intense healings, blessings, and more. Queen Mother Imakhu is initiated as an ngoma (healer)into this Bantu tradition through her spiritual father, Baba Mandaza Kandemwa of Zimbabwe. The path of the ngoma is that of the bridge builder to peace. Queen Mother Imakhu was also blessed with unique healing energy by the njusu, which she uses to initiate African Americans into the ngoma tradition. Length: 90 min. www.akeruministries.com

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