ANNUAL PILGRIMAGES TO WEST AFRICA
In addition to founding the EC, Master Naba started a Spiritual Pilgrimage organized annually through The Earth Center. This is the first annual pilgrimage in the modern era that takes humanity to Africa, to experience and participate in humanity’s original culture. Because of his position as a high priest in the initiatic culture
of West Africa he was able to lead pilgrims through spiritual and historic sites giving them access into a secret spiritual culture that has been shrouded in mystery for the last two millennia.
This year we dedicate the Pilgrimage to Master Naba’s memory and will be performing various ceremonies in his honor being that it is the five year anniversary of his passing. His son NabaShenmira Iritah who he left in charge of The Earth Center of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso will host this year’s pilgrimage. In addition to the ceremonies honoring the Ancestral Spirit, pilgrims will also be
led through various traditional temples in the countries of Burkina Faso, Togo & Benin.
THE RE-OPENING OF THE NABA TEMPLES
Many millennia have passed since the Naba temples have been closed in order to preserve the knowledge and powers from the ambitions of the pretentious leaders of today. Now, the Nabas from the Dagomba (Dogon) bloodlines have been granted
permission from the Ancestors and the Divine World to re-open their temples in order to assist humans in resisting the degeneration of the modern era.
This year brings the opportunity for the first new wave of pilgrims, initiates, and Kings to honor, by their presence and offerings, this temple established at the heart of humanity’s spiritual pursuit. Traditional prayers, offerings, spiritual traditions of music and dance, will be held during the re-opening of the temple this year.
WHAT WE NEED - MAKE A MARK IN HISTORY
We need your help to raise $75,000 to prepare the temple in the village ofTambiga, Burkina Faso and support the pilgrimage of people who will be participating in this historic event.
These funds will be used to help the Naba village host their guests:
- Expanding the guest compound in Tambiga
- Purchasing donkeys and carts for hauling water
- Erecting a ceremonial pavilion and building a protective shelter for Master Naba’stomb.
Many visitors from the Americas and the United Kingdom will be attending the ceremonies. We will need transportation and support staff for our school in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, to welcome and assist pilgrims on their journey.
In addition to the re-opening of the Naba Temples, pilgrims will travel to sacred sites near the towns of BoBo-Dioulasso in Burkina Faso, Sokode and Lome in Togo and Ouidah in
Beninto mention a few.
Drivers and equipment are needed to transport pilgrims to and from the various sites.
Remaining funds will be used for building wells and supporting the charitable activities of The Earth Center, an international organization founded by Master Naba to support and preserve traditional culture.
● Your names will be posted for 6 months on our updated website as a contributor to this historic project.
● We want you to see the fruits of your contribution. All contributors to this historic project will be provided with pictures and video from this year’s travels. (Please allow these postings to take place after pilgrimage in
HISTORY OF THE NABA SHRINE (TEMPLE) KEEPERS
Responsibilities Of The NABA Bloodline
Since the beginning of civilization, every family has been entrusted with a specialty enabling its members to heal a specific ailment or make a specific contribution towards the survival or well-being of humanity. Since then, the Naba bloodlines have been known as the shrine (temple) keepers holding the responsibility for all activities regarding astronomy, Kemetic science,
philosophy, spirituality and geomancy.
The Nabas are referred to as the intermediaries between humans and the Divine World. Devoted to this duty, the bloodline has been initiating every one of its descendants to carry on the legacy of the very first ancestors of the bloodline, those called the patriarchal ancestors. These initiations have been going on since that time from father to son, from mother to daughter, from mouth to ears, and from generation to generation… and they continue to the present day.
Origins Of The Name NABA
The name "NABA" is a very old name. It comes from the Medu/Hieroglyphic word "NEB", which means "priest". They are a long line of priests. They are one of two priest bloodlines who ensured the spirituality for the Pharaoh’s position in Kemet.
There was one bloodline that served the Pharaoh openly. The Nabas were the bloodline that assisted the Pharaoh in secret. The modern believer can verify that in the bible, one can read: the only people that the children of Israel listened to and bowed to are called the Nabateans. You can study one of the many historical
civilizations of the Nabateans which still exist in present day Arabia. The name in Arabic for prophet is Anaba or Anebi.
In 2007, during the last Annual pilgrimage to West Africa hosted by Master Naba, he described the exodus of the Naba priesthood from the Nile Valley to the Niger Valley where the treasure of the Pharaohs has been hidden from the world.
Historic Moment For Humanity
The treasure of the Pharaohs is the Divine connection once guaranteed by the temples and shrines of ancient Egypt. This year during the ceremonies honoring the legacy of Master Naba LamoussaMorodenibig this treasure, kept safe by the Naba family, will be open to the world once again.
Every human being will have the opportunity to benefit from of the knowledge and power held in theNaba Temples. What was available to only a select few is now available to any person willing to take the journey to the temples and respect and honor the Divinities therein.
Master Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig, a high priest among the Dogon people of the Gulmu region of West Africa dedicated his life to educating people on the principles of his ancestors. It is by his efforts that various treasures of Pharaonic Africa
have been made available to the world again after being hidden for more than 2500 years.
During the historical invasions of the great Kemetic Civilization (civilizations centered in Ancient Egypt) the Dogon bloodlines/ were instructed by the Pharaoh to preserve the sacred knowledge that they kept. In the modern era, we have studied what we could of this knowledge, building the institution of Egyptology around it and organizing countless anthropological studies to find outmore.This entire time, this knowledge has been hidden in humble villages in traditional Africa.
You now have the opportunity to take part in a historic moment in the history of humanity.
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IF WE EXCEED OUR GOAL WHAT’S NEXT?
Ankhkasta Natural Healing is the healing branch of the Earth Center. It is made up of a network of 10,000 traditional healers throughout the continent of Africa. Due to Master Naba’s overwhelming
accomplishments in maintaining the quality and integrity of his ancestral traditions, Ankhkasta has become well known for its exceptional products, remedies and services. It is an organization dedicated to providing effective, non-invasive, time-tested alternative methods of healing to the modern world’s approach to healing.
Today, politics and financial interests have a great influence over the modern medical system. The warnings advertised by pharmaceutical companies listing the side effects of their “medicines,” which often include the possibility of death, defy logic and expose the system’s ignorance. Today, 80% of people over the age 40 are on at least one prescription drug -- there has to be a more effective way.
The Earth Center is currently working on the first phase of building the Ankhkasta Healing Center. This Center will provide a base/headquarters for a network of nearly 10,000 traditional healers on 100 hectares of land near Sokode, a small city in the central region of Togo in West Africa. This will bring 70,000+ years of healing wisdom and knowledge together under one roof.
The purpose of the Healing Center is to allow any person in need the opportunity to come and benefit from having the accumulated knowledge of thousands of years of natural traditional healing targeted towards the restoration of their health.
Your gifts past the goal of $75,000 will also assist in:
- The continued preparation and development of the 100 hectare site of the Healing Center.
- The construction of three pump-operated, covered deep water wells
- The cultivation of the land for traditional farming techniques benefitting the region and healing center clients
- The establishment of a traditional seed bank for the region.
- The construction of domiciles for healers and their apprentices.
Apprenticeship Programs will also be available for individuals interested in learning the science of healing. Individuals will have the opportunity of working side-by-side with traditional healers at the Healing Center.
OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP
Perhaps you are not able to make a contribution to this cause. You can help in other ways. Let your friends know the good news and get them involved by sharing a link to this campaign. The more who know about this, the better. Like our page on Facebook and join our mailing list.
Humanity can no longer afford to lose the knowledge contained in the hearts and minds of traditional peoples.
Your contribution will provide accessibility to spiritual temples for all of humanity, clean water and irrigation for communities that are being affected by the ravages of climate change, industrialized agriculture and the exploitation of natural resources. We aim to provide the traditional peoples of the Niger Valley the opportunity to preserve their knowledge before their land and culture is usurped by the necessities of modern society.
Traditional culture holds the answers to many of the problems we face today and will face tomorrow. The preservation of this knowledge and culture could make the difference in the survival of every human being on the planet.
The life you save may be that of someone you know or even your own.
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What Is the Earth Center?
The Earth Center was born because the elders of the traditional
Kemetic priesthood decided that it is necessary in this time to provide
an alternative to the destructive/self-destructive lifestyle that the
modern, colonial, political, educational and religious systems have
maintained for the last two thousand years.
The Earth Center was founded and is directed by Master Naba
Lamoussa Morodenibig. Master Naba was a Dogon High Priest in the
traditional priesthood of Kemet. The purpose of The Earth Center is to
inspire and support education and research into the original, ancestral
culture of humanity, for the health and well-being of all people. The
Earth Center is unique in the fact that it is connected to the
initiation systems (Mystery Schools) of ethnic groups of Merita (traditional Africa)
that have maintained the same initiation process as was done in Kemet
during the times of the Pharaohs.
The Earth Center is an international organization made up of
three smaller international organizations, each one disseminating the
knowledge of the M'TAM education:
The Sun Never Sets,
It is Man Who Moves Away From the Light.
- Master Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig
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