What Is A Kem?

A Kem is a citizen of Kemet. However, unlike modern citizenship, the identity of Kem is not based on birthright or place of birth. One can be considered a Kem based on his/her values and lifestyle. As with Kemetic society, the goal of the Kem is to evolve towards the Divine World. This requires an obsession with playing a perfect role in the harmony of existence, an unending quest to perfect the self. For the Kem, perfection is represented by the “Perfect Model” which is the World of the Gods.

The course of our evolution as a species is clearly traced: from everything that affects the becoming of existence, only Gods have succeeded in captivating our attention. These Gods agreed to lift the curtain from some aspects of the world they live in. They agreed to teach us values that are necessary for the harmonious becoming of anything that exists.  It is now up to us to try to understand their history.

Prophet Neb Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig

From Philosophy Podium: A Dogon Perspective

Kemetic Society is built upon the quest to discover the true face of reality. In the course of discovery, a civilisational model has been established which humanity found effective enough to rely upon for over 100,000 years. The Kem is one who seeks to live according to this model. Neb Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig, Kemetic Prophet and Spiritual Master, as an authentic representative of Kemet with the permission to spread Kemetic teachings worldwide presented humanity with the 10 Requirements of a Kem as guidelines for any human being seeking to become a Kem.

The Ten Requirements of A Kem

  1. Acknowledge, honour and validate the Divine World
  2. Acknowledge, honour and validate the World of the Dead
  3. Maintain the purity of the body, mind and spirit
  4. Apply the 77 Commandments
  5. Perform the daily spiritual activities
  6. Listen, accept and obey the words of Gods
  7. All Kem people protect, honour and respect each other
  8. It is an absolute obligation for a Kem to perform charitable acts towards Kem people
  9. Provide an annual offering to the temple
  10. Go on an annual pilgrimage to Meritah (Africa)

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A Kemetic Perspective