“The Kemites actually described their spiritual factors as always needing to either be in balance or return to balance, and this great form of balance is known as Ma’at.”
– Jabari Osaze.
I was YouTube browsing when I came across a lecture from another African-centered scholar, so it’s only right that I highlight him. Brother Jabari Osaze.
Jabari Osaze is an author, historian, and lecturer who’s studied ancient Africa for over 25 years. Focusing primarily on Ancient Kemetic (Egyptian) history and spirituality, Brother Osaze has hosted annual study tours to Egypt since 2002 in partnership with the African Genesis Institute. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Human Services and Africana studies from Cornell University, his Master of Science in Administration from the Metropolitan College of New York, and he’s a doctoral candidate at the University of Metaphysical Sciences. And in 2006, he and his wife, Anika Daniels-Osaze, co-founded the Center for the Restoration of Ma’at.
I want to share a clip from Mr. and Mrs. Osaze, where they discuss the 7 Basic Principles of Kemetic Spirituality. For additional information, check out his official website. You can also stay connected with him on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Until Next Time…
JABARI OSAZE Author, Historian, Lecturer . (n.d.). Retrieved April 13, 2020, from https://www.jabariosaze.com/bio
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Interesting, Ma’am like the Egyptian goddess of
Ma’at …truth, balance, order, harmony, law, morality, and justice!