Saturday, August 20, 2016

Amen Ankh Akademy

Amen Ankh Akademy

Amen Ankh Akademy and Amen Ankh Urban Farm Is a STEAMM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics Medicine) Homeschool Cooperative A collaborative efforts of academic instructors and society builders begun January 1st, 2013.

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AMEN ANKH AKADEMY of Cultural Arts and STEAMM is a Digital Homeschooling Cooperative Network to TEACH OUR YOUTH!

AMEN ANKH AKADEMY of Cultural Arts and STEAMM is a Homeschooling Cooperative

Amen Ankh Akademy is a global virtual stream of consciousness! Amen Ankh means sacred life- We venerate all living things from creation! We spell Akademy using "Ka" representing the eternal spirit of our Ancient Aku(Ancestors/DNA) Within us!

We are a Homeschool cooperative bridging the gap against the School to Prison Pipeline. We teach STEAMM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics and Medicine) through a virtual home school network and Afrikan Education Curriculum that will ready our children Pre-K-8 Accelerated course of study; for the next level-

Our curriculum and daily class schedule includes:
Relaxation Meditation, Positive affirmations
Positive Healthy Natural living, Critical Thinking

Language Arts, Phonics, Calligraphy, Grammar, Reading, Vocabulary, Communication
Science; Biology, Chemistry Applied Agriculture, Engineering
Accelerated Mathematics Calculus, Geometry
Foreign Language selections of: Wolof, French, Swahili, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese

Music: Voice, Instrumental
Martial Arts: Boxing, Capoeira, Tai Chi, Kemetic Yoga
Food Science
Fine Arts and Industrial Design
Environmental Conservancy
Afrikan Our-Story
Entrepreneurial Production and Manufacturing
Agriculture, Biology etc,
and hands on vocational experiences with Mentors, coustomized for each students gift, and destiny IEPs. We also have after-school objectives with Youth Going Green and You G.R.O.W.W. Girls.
"Seeking the Wisdom: of the Ancestors to Nurture our Seeds to Build a New Future"

Amen Ankh Academy of Cultural Arts and Sciences is an online homeschooling curriculum with a network of artisan vocational guilds built around agriculture. We teach an accelerated learning curriculum based on each students IEP. Each student will learn 5 languages before the 8th grade.
We continue to engage our families and communities with the knowledge and understanding of Afrikan self-awareness and awakening! Feel Free to post your Afrikan Centered Knowledge- A great virtual resource for home scholars are using this stream. Our Youth are watching everything we do.

Giri So (Word at Face Value), Benne So (Word to the Side), Bolo So (Word From Behind), So Dayi (The Clear Word), Aduno So (The Astonishing Word.)
“Knowledge of self is the key to healing and freeing ourselves from global Maafa.”

We model our homeschool after ACECC which was a Contract School operated in cooperation with what was known as the Kansas City, Missouri School District, until 2011. It was managed by the Afrikan Centered Education Taskforce Incorporated (ACETI). The Afrikan Centered Education Collegium Campus was composed of three buildings serving scholars K-12, located on a 40.2 acre campus, west of Swope Parkway between 63rd Street and Meyer Blvd. ACECC disseminated the knowledge of the best of global Afrikan achievements, often written out of history, to prepare our youth for the global world, to pursue leadership, invention, production and enterprise, yet to also be committed to their own local wealth creating community and economic development.

Amen Ankh Akademy and Amen Ankh Urban Farm

Proposal and Educational Curriculum
Amen Ankh’s You G.R.O.W.W. (Gaining Resilience Opportunity Wellness Wealth)
Girls, Teach a girl heal a Nation and Youth Going Green, working with At-risk youth and juvenile detention re-entry...

A collaborative efforts of academic instructors and society builders to work with our youth as Educators, Growers, Crafts-persons, artists and activists that work in Cultural, Sustainability, Wellness and mental health fields.
This curriculum includes:
Speak, Read, and write Multiple Language Fluency from the elementary level
Elementary level Calculus
Fiscal Literacy to Youth and Families

Healthy plant-based recipes,
Holistic Health Care,
Urban Agriculture and Quality food access
Green Career development, and vocations
Home Cottage Industry
Organic Crafts Workshop E-Commerce
Green Construction and Contracting Careers
Martial Arts/ Self defence
Mental Health and Wellness
Artist to Activism and leadership
Steps to Community organizing,

In the 1990 Adenike AmenRa graduated from KU and left a domestic violent relationship, only to come to the Kansas City urban core, that had become the site of Cointelpro evasion of guns, drugs, and predatory police, with their victims engaged in violent criminal activities, open drug sales, and prostitution, with an underground economy and strong gang presence. She made the decision to have a positive future for her children, and the youth of the community. Sparked by the inspiration of the Black Panther Party Youth Food Program and Black liberation Freedom schools, She began studying Afrikan Dance, and traveled extensively to attend Afrikan Centered lectures and visit communities across the country. Adenike’s own Children lived most of their teen years around this positive environment of an entrepreneurial Black family and an African Centered Cultural values system of Nguzo Saba (7 principles).
With her background in Visual Communication, Crafts, and Fine Art, she grew a garden in her backyard and cultivated mulberry trees to make dyes for fabrics, and clothing with food products to set up as a vendor. She was inspired to teach in the community, obtaining here master's degree in Exceptional Education for more than a decade. She has lectured in Kansas City, and Memphis, also hosting an internet radio presence. She currently ministers and directs a Temple of Life ministry called Amen Par Ankh nestled around an urban farm of Herbs, Cruciferous vegetables, and the Three sisters of Corn Bean and Melons.

It was her experiences with Special Education K-12, that launched here interest in creating a homeschooler cooperative network. The vision of youth growing and eating their own foods and their connection with the ecosystem and environment
In the spring of 2012, Adenike along with other Urban Farmers, Launched “Heal the Hood” in Kansas City, to work in 64128 zip code, the most desolate area of Kansas City, Missouri, aiming to provide urban neighborhoods and schools with the curriculum supported by results-driven interactive workshops, and gardening programs.

STEAMM (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics Medicine)

Agriculture – study of producing crops and raising livestock, with an emphasis on practical applications
Anatomy – study of form and function, in plants, animals, and other organisms, or specifically in humans
Biochemistry – study of the chemical reactions required for life to exist and function, usually a focus on the cellular level
Bioengineering – study of biology through the means of engineering with an emphasis on applied knowledge and especially related to biotechnology
Biomechanics – often considered a branch of medicine, the study of the mechanics of living beings, with an emphasis on applied use through prosthetics or orthotics
Biomedical research – study of health and disease
Biophysics – study of biological processes through physics, by applying the theories and methods traditionally used in the physical sciences
Biotechnology – study of the manipulation of living matter, including genetic modification and synthetic biology
Botany – study of plants
Cell biology – study of the cell as a complete unit, and the molecular and chemical interactions that occur within a living cell
Ecology – study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with the non-living elements of their environment

We want school community to help fund and activate indoor and outdoor gardens with schools and their communities on a larger scale. Our goal is to address the health epidemic of Afrikan Americans, in mind body and spirit, by providing local food access as a solution to our health crisis, and advocate green Business production and career development, food production and localization using this plan. Planting the seeds (with the youth) is the key to a fruitful future, and we are taking it upon ourselves to provide the youth and community with the education and tools necessary around these issues. Your contribution is vital in making this happen.


The ability to access high quality, fresh food in low income Black families is a major issue. Black people are dying more in the general population, from Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure and Cancers than any other population. These diseases can all be controlled by better options and choices that they eat and drink. The lack of access and nutritional education has created a health epidemic in these populations. A new Canadian Study recently conducted, shows "There was a 20% higher risk of diabetes in the lowest 2 income groups compared with the highest group, which translated into an extra 2500 diagnoses of diabetes for that year," senior author of the research, Lorraine Lipscombe, MD, from the University of Toronto, Ontario, told Medscape Medical News:
Food travels an average of 1,500 miles from farm to fridge by ship, plane and truck. Pesticides leak into the soil, water, and our bodies. Industrial agriculture leads to unhealthy soil and loss of wildlife. If we localize food production and distribution on a community level, we can easily solve this problem.

CORPORATE DOMINATION. Corporate concentration causes small businesses to struggle. Consumers feel disempowered to make change. We intend to empower our communities by creating entrepreneurial opportunities around holistic health, food production, and green careers.

LACK OF EDUCATION. The leading unhealthy corporate heads spend billions per year marketing their unhealthy products to young children and families. Most families are simply unaware of the vicious cycle of low quality food and health, and furthermore, what to do to change that. Education is the key to providing communities to spark change.

How do we get the inner city youth and families on board with creating healthier, greener, sustainable communities?

The Solution

Amen Ankh Academy and Urban Farms offers the tools that can change that.

Youth Going Green Programing also has goals to work with Juvenile detention-re-entry into career fields in Urban Agriculture, as well as “You GROWW Girl- Teach a girl heal a nation curriculum, and Adenike’s Art Reduce Reuse Recycle, Amen Ankh Urban Farm, and Amen Par Ankh (Sacred Temple of Life.)

Our vision

We propose a micro loans the installation of Aquaponic Systems in the homes and institutions of each group site that will be built and maintained by each student and family members. These Systems will provide a foundational economy of fish and food production for the academy. as well as the perimeter and peripheral community. The grey water and all production refuse will be filtered, composted and recycled back into the farm as fertilizer. Each body of students will work organically to leave a legacy that will be built upon by the next collective of students, much like George Washington Carver and the Tuskegee Institute, where the Students built and maintained their own school through work study.
Amen Ankh Academy will create in effect an artisan’s guild and culture of creative craft-persons and performance artists. As well as Producers and manufacturers who will promote engineering capacities and self-perpetuation in computer aided technologies, with Land and resource acquisition and preservation.
Each student will be producing alternative ways of food production and preservation like sprouting, rooftop and vertical farming, Bee keeping, Orchards, Compost vermiculture, clay and mineral acquisition etc.. Recycling Aluminum, Plastic and Glass,- Producing Herbal products, canning, teas, dyes, oils etc. etc.

Each student will establish their own entrepreneurial goals and objectives to create their own production models and business plans. Creating Fine Art and Performance Arts which will be populated into e-commerce. Every student will be able to repeat and spawn a sustainable society using natural resources, anywhere in the world.

Amen Ankh Academy, has created a spoken word DVD titled the Green Griot Gathering, capturing the life and times of Urban Guerrilla Farming in Kansas City and a curriculum that bridges the gap of inner-generational dialogue around alternative medicines and food security. In order to spark the conversation with our future (the youth,) an interest has to be created, and it has to be relevant. The curriculum was designed to teach young people the importance of a localized food system, what it means to live in a food desert and how to sustain themselves in one. Some of the activities include hands on healthy cooking and juicing demonstrations, films, Meditation, yoga, urban Alternative gardening, introduction to Aquaponics and more. We are engaged in outreached to various communities and anticipate an impact of over 6,000 youths aged 8 to 24.

The Impact

To spark change, the interest must be created in an informative and relevant way. We want to see schools and other community Centers with equitable access to good food, have enough to eat, end health disparities in low-income and communities of color, and honor every community's right to culturally relevant, safe, and healthy food. Providing the education as groundwork, and the ability to grow food in these communities is vital. We want to localize food production, reduce energy consumption and the carbon footprint by supporting schools and communities with the education and tools to do so.

Curriculum The Amen Ankh Academy Curriculum is a Home Schooling Cooperative STEAMM (Science technology Engineering Arts Mathematics Medicine) model with- Hands on Natural Sciences, Martial Arts, Knowledge of self and life management courses. The Program works within the structure of a self-help, peer group relationship, with facilitators monitoring the group’s achievements. Pre-K-8 fundamental learning, then move onto a Montessori model of hands on individualized objectives and project based learning. Each student will construct their own IEP (Individualized Learning Program). We will use pre- approved E-Learning curriculum for core curriculum, to study and review, using a combination of two systems, Project Based Learning and a Comprehensive system (lessons played through to the end of the chapter). The curriculum is presented by a trained facilitator who serves as a mentor and guide. Hands on Performance assessments using Multiple intelligence style are administered at the end of each chapter to monitor the scholar's understanding and learning. In addition, personal growth inventory questionnaires will be completed by the participants rating themselves on a scale from 0 to 10 both before and after the course, which they keep in a notebook- journal for their own future use. In addition, Life Management Skills Survey, rating the trainee 1 – 5, is completed by the trainees, their parents or guardians, facilitators, and counselors at the end of the course.

The Amen Ankh Academy ’s social curriculum is designed to assist in the development of life management skills in eight critical areas of (1) Motivation, Habits, Attitudes; (2) Goal Setting; (3) Problem Solving and Decision Making; (4) Emotional Control; (5) Family Relationships; (6) Financial Stability; (7) Effective Communication; (8) Entrepreneurial/ vocational.

The learner will acquire at least one concept of human development coupled with instructions of how to develop the particular skill required to successfully merge the concept of behavior into the individual’s life. As they progress through the manual, an accumulation of various skills and techniques are incorporated into the trainees lives this equipping them with tools for success.
The curriculum is based on a three-pronged teaching methodology including Sensory Perception, Cypher Group Discussion, and Spaced Repetition.

1. Sensory Perception. Utilizing Hands on experiences and working with multiple intelligence- with audio-visual aids to assist scholars with reading and/or learning disabilities or who are marginally literate.

2. Cypher Group Discussion: each participant is allotted time using the “talking stick” to comment without interruption; group members may comment on what was previously said or offer new subjects for discussion.

3. Spaced Repetition: Lessons are presented up to three times to ensure comprehension and maximum retention of the principles of success, focus, determination, and responsibility.

A trained Amen Ankh staff member guides each class and encourages honest expression in the interpretation and application of the curriculum. The class size shall be approximately 15 to 20 students per facilitator. At the completion of each training session, the graduates are recognized by a ceremony honoring their work in front of their family and friends.

Ankh Seneb Wdjet (Life health Spiritual Power) to the Ancient Indigenous Ones globally! Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, Justice, Unity, Equality, Light and Blessings!

Other Ways You Can Help

Ankh Seneb Wdjet (Life health Spiritual Power) to the Ancient Indigenous Ones globally! Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, Justice, Unity, Equality, Light and Blessings!

  • Join our Geo Gnome Community and Become a Member of Amen Par Ankh our Sepat/ Geo Gnome! With your Donations of $20 or more/per Month

  • You are invited to receive your ancient Kemetic Readings for Destiny, Health, Career and Relationship from Amen Par Ankh (Sacred Temple of Life- for your donation of $100.00 or more  ($30 Separately)
  • Upon receiving your Destiny readings, you will be eligible to receive your KMT Name and Naming Ceremony. (Cost varies)
  • With your Donations of $30 or more, you will receive an Ebook: 
NATION BUILDING HOW TO By: Sasteh Meter Mosley
You are Invited to support our fundraising initiative for Amen Ankh Akademy Green STEAM Network: 
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  • Automobile, Truck Donations-(Tax write-off receipts available)
  • Vacant Lots, Houses, Buildings, Sheds, Trailers etc.
  • Farming Equipment
  • Laptops or other Hi-tech Items for Amen Ankh Akademy, our Green STEAM Homeschool Cooperative
  • Work Wear for Construction, Farming, and Landscapers
  • Winter Wear, Socks, Hats, Gloves
  • Hygiene Products, for Young Men and Women;
  • Water and Healthy Food Commodities for after schoolers...
  • Afrikan Centered Education, Books, History, Biographies 

Ma'at is the Kemetic, Principal, and philosophy of Order, Justice, Reciprocity, and Balance. She is known for the 42-177 Virtuous Laws.( These laws were refined to the 10 Mosaic laws, better known as the 10 Commandments. Maat is adorned with Eagle wings on her arms, an Ostrich feather as her crown, and a scale to weigh the heart of an initiate against her feather for it's purity.

The information on this website has been put together for general information, education, reference, Spirituality Current Events and entertainment purposes only and is not intended to provide medical advice. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any specific condition. Ask your doctor for his professional advice before making radical changes in your diet and lifestyle

Friday, August 12, 2016

The Great White Hope!

white elephant is a possession which its owner cannot dispose of and whose cost, particularly that of maintenance, is out of proportion to its usefulness. The term derives from the story that the kings of Siam, now Thailand, were accustomed to make a present of one of a white elephant to courtiers who had rendered themselves obnoxious, in order to ruin the recipient by the cost of its maintenance. In modern usage, it is an object, scheme, business venture, facility, etc., considered without use or value

So the "white elephant" is a war tactic, to passively destabilize and weaken a target. 

Amen Ankh Urban Farm is an Indigo Native American initiative. We as well as many other Black farmers were fostered- (like Green acres Urban Farm and Research project) to work with Cultivate KC. We Submitted applications for Grants, through Missouri Agricultural agencies... and participated with the disadvantaged Farmers conferences... All of Our grant applications were spuriously rejected and we were promptly removed from their directory list of Urban Farmers... Yet our ideas were used and implemented by gentrifiers...

We know that gentrifiers want to move our (Afro-American) families out of the metro midtown areas and into their abandoned suburbs as renters-not owners. They want to relegate Black people as "consumers" and never owners... Gentrifiers don't want to promote the growth of Black economics within the metro Kansas City areas, ergo-They don't want to share power... We are blocked from building our own subdivisions or intentional communities, by  caucasian owned banks, investors, and creditors. We are corralled to follow behind the gentrifiers from the old guard, of JC Nichols, Halls, Truman, etc... Yes caucasians, who seek to re-segregate the midtown areas surrounding the Power and "Light" district.  Monies have been siphoned from the Jazz district and even the repairs of Freedom Fountain- (east of the plaza fountains,) to economically enrich the crossroads and downtown areas.

The White Elephant concept creates "The Big fish in the small pond" concept, where one "token" suffices for many... All they will have to do to control this fish, is to attack their reputation- etc, or withhold money and access- (like they did with ACECC, in Kansas City, or what they still do with "Oprah Winfrey"- They will latch on to their small successes to coral money to their own private pipelines, while the patrons pay- and exhaust their resources to expand and multiply their objectives...

As Black businesses, we must work cooperatively and not competitively... Economics is a Family based system. We must formulate our own Gnome family systems. These independent Business owners and multi level marketing scams create Isolation, division and competition among the economic relationships that are built...
Gentrifiers, have created their own Intended sustainable communities, around a mecca of services and access, with the decline and destruction of the environment for fossil fuels, instead of living in the outskirts of towns in their white flight areas. super cities are now being planned.

Ankh Seneb Wdjet (Life health Spiritual Power) to the Ancient Indigenous Ones globally! Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, Justice, Unity, Equality, Light and Blessings!

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Join our Geo Gnome Community and Become a Member of Amen Par Ankh, our Sepat/ Geo Gnome! 
With your Donations of $30 you will receive your Ebook of:
By: Sasteh Meter Mosley

You are also invited to receive your ancient Kemetic Readings on Destiny, Health, Career and Relationship. You are also eligible to receive your KMT Name and Naming Ceremony.

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Kandaki Ma Nuta Beqsu Adenike Moses Amen-Ra El

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

The Black Family is the Spiritual Trinity of Man Woman and Child

Our Divine African Trinity included a Father, Mother, and Child!

We have a strong African heritage of venerating our woman as Queen Mother (Kandaki) in relationship to her children. Our Ancestors believed that children were immaculately conceived in a sacred union between the Creator and the Sun! -  Our men were guardians, enforcers and protectors of our communities.

Just as Sojourner Truth exclaimed "Where did your Christ come from? God and a Woman, -Man had nothing to do with it!" ..

So every mother was considered and respected as a Black Madonna! Our Ancient women had the capacity to auto conceive. Much like Bees, a male was created from the all female Drones.

Our first incarnate Family of creation arrived at the solstice. This is the story of the Ausar Resurrection.
 When the sun died and arose again on the 3rd day. 4 children were born, of Ma Net, named Ausar, Auset, Het Heru and Set.

Auset was the first incarnate woman. She was beautiful Indigo Black in complexion. She was the first Madonna who conceived and raised her child as a single mother, after the murder of her husband Ausar by her venomous brother Set. Auset raised her only begotten sun in exile. Her Husband was killed by his brother, before she was able to bare a child. Yet, she was the first immaculate conception.

Mary was also the single mother of her sun, who was conceived by the holy spirit. Yet she is not represented, recognized, or even regarded as playing a significant role in the Christian or Islamic paradigm after she gave birth to her sun. Many cults have even sullied her reputation implying that she was a child harlot, or fornicator... This is slave mentality thinking, to regard Indigo women as harlots just because of their body shape, skin color or other appearance or features.

Shaka Zulu was also raised by his mother in exile to become a warrior King.

The images in the meme below are images of a Mother and Sun Relationship- Not Husband and Wife!
We live in enemy territory, under a staunch patriarchal structure.
For those who wish to model after those of the western calcified pineal, who are the authors of misogyny, this will perpetuate Willie Lynch, deceptive ideas to segment, isolate and destroy the Black family!
We must support, defend and protect, the courage, strength and wisdom of ALL of our Mothers!
ALL have something to share! So single Mothers have nothing to Share!? -THIS AIN'T NO AFRICAN PROVERB!

Our Ancient societies venerated the Black woman as Ma the Universe!
We still venerate the Stellar and elemental powers of Ma- the universe, Nut the Galaxy and Re the Sun, Geb the Planet, Shu  The wind and Tefnut, Atmosphere, along with the natural principals, recognized in Amen-Eternity, Maat- Balance, Ankh- life, Auset, Queen Mother, Ausar our Crown, representing our lower and higher selves. Also Het Heru, Nekebet, Kheperi, Bes, Taweret, Hapi, Bast, etc..

The Black Madonna is still worshipped secretly by Catholic Priests
OUR YOUNG SUNS AND DAUGHTERS HAVE NO RESPECT FOR THEIR PARENTAL AUTHORITIES AS IT IS NOW! They admire, media and entertainment propaganda images, consumerism and propaganda over their own parents, spiritual and community guidance and leadership!!
I love our black men! 

Yet our men in turn must also accept responsibility for their roles in Babies having babies, failed marriages broken families, and the lack of cooperative economics, to create autonomy, with our own Economics, guardians, land, resources, Banks and insurance products. Look at what happened to our Black Commercial Districts. We are fighting for our very lives as a people and culture! Our women and youth are vulnerable to a hostile system!

As African American Families, We must return to work together in building our own families and Spiritual Societies again.