Master Naba

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Master Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig was an authentic Kemetic (Ancient Egypt) High Priest, healer, cultural activist and speaker. He was a master and a worldwide authority of many sciences: astronomy, parapsychology, metaphysics, sociology, psychology, philosophy and geomancy (the science of reading the Earth energies; also the world’s oldest initiatic science known traditionally as M’TAM). Naba was also a traditional natural herbalist and founder of KHEPRA, a non-profit organization in West Africa that specializes in researching how to improve and develop the perpetuation of ancient knowledge. Naba founded the M’TAM School of Kemetic Spirituality and Philosophy as well, based out of Burkina Faso and Chicago, respectively.

Ankhkasta Natural Healing is an organization of Traditional African Healers that Naba has founded and leads. Ankhkasta Healers include traditional healers who are working for the strengthening and protection of Traditional Healing and striving to make the herbal remedies available to those outside of Africa. One of Ankhkasta’s goals is to unite Healers and prevent imperialists and colonialists from usurping indigenous knowledge.

Naba has researched and re-established the Sidereal Calendar. Naba’s other works include the Great Book of Divine Ordinances/Code of Human Behavior poster. The Code of Human Behavior is the translation of three ancient spiritual texts and includes the original seventy-seven commandments. Naba has also made available the Mandala of Denderah, which is the original map of the sky. It includes the original stellar constellations: their names, placements and “modern” equivalents. Modern astrology has used this ancient knowledge and has re-named the constellations and claimed the knowledge as their own. Naba has now made this ancient cultural and spiritual knowledge available to the public.

As a writer, Naba has written over 20 spiritual books and was the Editor and Publisher of The Chicago Firefly Magazine, which included his M’TAM readings that were valued around the world within the places he visited. He revived the original horoscope science and featured M'TAM readings in The Chicago Firefly Magazine each month, as well as the earlier Choices Magazine and the French language - Bayuali Magazine.

Since age eight, Naba was educated in both traditional and European schools, giving him the necessary tools to travel and share his knowledge with the world. A fluent speaker of thirteen languages, Naba has been called to over 127 countries, where he has helped remedy spiritual problems in temples and holy places. Naba was the only authentic Master and High Priest of Traditional Kemetic Spirituality that has the knowledge, authority and authenticity to initiate students outside of the African Bush. He is also the only Traditional Master authorized to share this knowledge outside of Africa. He has passed this responsibility to his son who now maintains the centers around the world. The knowledge that Naba brings is unavailable elsewhere and is the cornerstone for cultural awareness and activism, spiritual knowledge, growth and health.

A dynamic speaker, Naba in his short life lectured in many places and on many topics. Some of those places are as follows:

African American Museum Cleveland, OH
University of Iowa Iowa City, IA
Institute of Black People Burkina Faso, West Africa
University of Ouagadougou Burkina Faso, West Africa
Radio/Television Programs Burkina Faso, West Africa
University of Legon Accra, Ghana
Radio/Television Programs Lome, Togo
Television Programs Chicago, IL
Radio Program Chicago, IL
CEAO Conference Burkina Faso, West Africa
Sunnyasin Center Fryberg, Germany
Sunnyasin Center Puna, India
Centre de Recherche Africaine Paris, France
Etora Lanzaa Rote Organization Lanzaa Rote, Spain
Englewood Mural Project Chicago, IL
Rust College Holly Springs, MS
LeMoyne-Owen College Memphis, TN
Chicago State University Chicago, IL
Kemetic Institute Louisville, KY
Kent State University, Kent, OH
African American Museum, Cleveland, OH
Sankofa Books Washington, DC
Soul Brothers Harlem, NY
The National Black Theatre of Harlem Harlem, NY
Brothers Bookstore Tacoma, WA
The Attitudinal Healing Connection Oakland, CA
New College of California San Francisco, CA
Chaotic Sounds Los Angeles, CA
World Beat Center San Diego, CA

Naba wrote many manuscripts that have yet to be published. If you wish to donate to the production of his next manuscript you can donate here.

Master Naba influenced many people all around the world. If you have an experience that you would like to share please share it with us and we will post it.

19 Responses

  1. I love that he returned to this land (Meritah) in the end but could not complete his mission, I am confident that we will get there with their (Ancestors) help ……

  2. John Wilson says:

    A cursory study of Kemet exposes much division in the Pan-African community. First, (based on religion and culture) Europeans (me, too?) are separated from the Kemetic traditions because we are not African and because of abuse of Africans by non-Africans. Second, African versions of Christianity (Black church), Judaism (Black Hebrew Israelites), and Islam (Nation of Islam) compete with Egyptian traditions (Kemet, Ma’at) and compete for followers, evidence, and legitimacy. Finally, the LGBT community is ostracized and characterized as not really “African.” Ma’at does not seem to advocate this kind of divisive, exclusive superiority competition. A little clarity about this would be helpful. Thanks.

    • Rezib says:

      Mr. Wilson,

      Your study will need to go beyond “cursory” in order to properly evaluate the culture presented by Master Naba. I invite you to read what you can here on the site, view some excerpts of his lectures on the KebTah channel on YouTube and give us a call or email us with any questions you might have.

      We look forward to discussing the work of our Master and the information that we are presenting.

      All we have had until the Kemetic culture revealed itself was the work of earnest seekers who had nothing more than the scraps presented to them by grave robbers. Wouldn’t it be more useful to speak to those who continue to hold an unbroken legacy of this culture even to this day?

  3. Bouimen says:

    Mr. Wilson
    I trust that the points you have made are open to discussion.
    As a graduate of this Initiatic paradigm –and one who has traveled with and benefited from Master Naba’s vast Kemetic-based knowledge
    (which was devoid of foreign “modern ideological political construct”)– I encourage you and others to reach out to the membership and leadership of the Earth Center so that we can share this Ancient Kemetic perspective on your points of concern.

  4. How does Master Naba’s / Dogon knowledge relate to the knowledge presented to the diaspora by the Tswana people in the “Black Roots Science”? Please email your response thanks.

  5. Donna Justice says:

    If your culture and spiritual knowledge is sacred and you have rules to protect that, why would you agree to share that knowledge with anyone that is not of African descent (the Europeans)who has a history of stealing and destroy true Afrikan history.

    John Wilson says:

    May 29, 2014 at 2:16 pm

    A cursory study of Kemet exposes much division in the Pan-African community. First, (based on religion and culture) Europeans (me, too?) are separated from the Kemetic traditions because we are not African and because of abuse of Africans by non-Africans. Second, African versions of Christianity (Black church), Judaism (Black Hebrew Israelites), and Islam (Nation of Islam) compete with Egyptian traditions (Kemet, Ma’at) and compete for followers, evidence, and legitimacy. Finally, the LGBT community is ostracized and characterized as not really “African.” Ma’at does not seem to advocate this kind of divisive, exclusive superiority competition. A little clarity about this would be helpful. Thanks.

    Reply

    Rezib says:

    June 14, 2014 at 12:11 pm

    Mr. Wilson,

    Your study will need to go beyond “cursory” in order to properly evaluate the culture presented by Master Naba. I invite you to read what you can here on the site, view some excerpts of his lectures on the KebTah channel on YouTube and give us a call or email us with any questions you might have.

    We look forward to discussing the work of our Master and the information that we are presenting.

    All we have had until the Kemetic culture revealed itself was the work of earnest seekers who had nothing more than the scraps presented to them by grave robbers. Wouldn’t it be more useful to speak to those who continue to hold an unbroken legacy of this culture even to this day?

    • Merramsu Wasseker says:

      Greetings Donna,

      We appreciate your comment and will do the best to answer it. As you know, The Earth Center is a Kemetic spiritual organization. In our initiation we learn that the World of the Gods sees all human beings as human beings, regardless of skin color, race, height, etc. In life, all human beings make decisions to either preserve life or to destroy life. Looking back at European history, yes, Europeans have for a long time tried to destroy Kemetic culture. However, being European isn’t the deciding factor in whether or not you make the choice to destroy life. For example, today you can see people of many different races take part in atrocities that Europeans are well known for committing. On the other hand, people of European descent ask questions about The Earth Center all the time and join initiation, too. This culture and spiritual knowledge is available to whoever is willing to put in the work to attain it.
      Ntr dua

      -Firefly Productions

  6. KT says:

    He also lectured at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio

  7. Maliki says:

    what happened to the bloodline of the Pharoah?

    • Merramsu Wasseker says:

      Greetings Maliki,

      Your question is greatly appreciated. It may be best answered by an excerpt from an article in the Rising Firefly Magazine: “The families that carry the royal bloodline of the Pharaoh still exist in Merita, but their identity is kept secret for protective purposes (to protect from colonialism and imperialism). If the world of today returned to the original societal structure, it will already be known who the Pharaoh would be.” This is an excerpt from Volume 59. If you would like to read the entire article then please feel free to purchase the magazine online or at a local Earth Center.

  8. Raashid--DC says:

    The information provided online by the Earth Center is uplifting and enlightening. I will visit the newest center that recently opened in B-more. I’ve relinquished all ties to formal religion. They all seem to be void of information I yearn for. I hope the Earth Center proves to be authentic. Their teaching are are needed throughout the Diaspora at this time. Peace and blessings.

    Raashid

    • Merramsu Wasseker says:

      Rasshid,

      We are very glad to hear that you have found value in the information coming from the traditional Kemetic initiation. The Earth Center is currently the only authentic spiritual organization that teaches traditional Kemetic culture in the modern world. If you have any more questions or meditations that you would like to share, please do so when you visit our Baltimore center.

      May your ancestors guide you on your journey

      Erie herw

  9. dark-tone says:

    i have tried to enter to become a member to learn more as i have been searching for the right place to give me all that i need to help others and to finally find a place where i can rest easy and do more. it hasn’t been easy until during one of my dream states i was told by a high priestess after pouring my libations to the gods i was given a dream where she came straight down with a beam of light from the star i was gazing on with a big book rapped in her right arm saying too me, {you are from the dogon tribe} then the same following dream i wont say the rest as i would like to tell it face to face to a high priest because there is way more than what i have said that is connected to this.
    i also would like to be initiated but i would like to travel to the homeland to do this by the hogon high priest, and the reason is it would be a honor to see my original family in the flesh even though i know we are everywhere its just i have had a hard time getting the money to do what i feel is in my heart, plus i live in Kentucky where the land is fertile and fresh with lots of untouched land that needs to be cultivated and nurtured with plentiful fruits and veggies and a learning school to bring our people back too their true roots.

    • Merramsu Wasseker says:

      Hello kre8tormosthigh,

      We greatly appreciate your interest in the work of Prophet Neb Naba. We highly suggest that you have an earth energy reading. In the earth energy readings you can also ask questions about dreams and the meaning behind them. The readings are administered by priests that work with The Earth Center who are located in Meritah (Africa). You can read more about them here:

      http://theearthcenter.org/kem-horoscope/mtam-personal-readings/

      Also, we have a school in Charleston, West Virginia where you can actually take classes. How far is that from you?

      Regarding the memberships, they are currently being restructured. We would like to contact you and let you know when they are ready. Can we email you at kre8tormosthigh@gmail.com?

  10. Chevy says:

    I have recently been enlightened to the Kemetic way in the last several months. And I must admit I am drawn to it’s truth (which has been hidden from my people way to long). I was raised in a society that has made me embrace hatred for my origin, due to the teaching of being less than. I find it hard to convert when I desire to convert due to my upbringings. Which I know I will have to put my work in to overcome and I am prepared to do so. I want to relinquish this way of life, teachings and society degradation to find my place in this blinding and misleading way of life in which is massed produced over and over again. I want to accept the responsibility for the mis-teachings of my family and the teachings I give to my seeds. I don’t want them to be mislead on who they truly are and accept what this society says they should be or say they are. I guess this maybe reach out for help for I feel like I’ve been drowning in a sea of oppression spiritually. And the sad part is it that it no only try to consume me but all that I love as well. I tried the way I was raised up to believe but it has left me as I stated before with hatred. Not believing in what they call happiness. My spirit feels disconnected, but at they same time as a taunt to draw me back in. Leaving me hopeless and abandon in this world which I exist in. Not sure if this is the appropriate place to seek ( being it been too long in exile, not sure what it is I’m seeking) . Maybe a place to call home, a place to nourish and exceed a place to grow. For those who live in a community that is embracing to who or whom you are cherish that for that is a blessing from the Neter and the Neteru. And I await to find my place amongst the people who I can call. Thanks for the chance to get this out. May RA continue to bless and guide each of us with his Nutar.

  11. mp3juice says:

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    time now and finally got the courage to go ahead and
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  12. red hawk says:

    udjahee sen senits,
    Iritah on pilgrimage was talking about english initiation in meritah, was wondering if that is still going to take place?

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