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Metu Neter Oracle Cards Available!

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

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Metu Neter Oracle Cards Available!

The multicolored Metu Neter Oracle Deck is a 70-card divinatory companion to Metu Neter, by Ra Un Nefer Amen, a best-selling book on the Egyptian oracle of Tehuti.

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Metu Neter Vol. 3 Available

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

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In Metu Neter Volume 3 - The Key to Miracles, Ra Un Nefer Amen - the world's leading author on Kamitic Spiritual science - guides you step by step in the science of uniting with God and developing your divinity as the key to success in life.

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History of Ra Un Nefer Amen I and Ausar Auset Society International

Sunday, June 8, 2008

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Ra un Nefer Amen is Chief Priest of the Ausar Auset Society which is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York and has chapters in nearly every major city throughout the U.S. and several cities internationally. In 1985, his excellency Ra Un Nefer Amen I was enstooled as a Paramount King (Omanhene) and co-ruler of the Agogo state in Ghana, West Africa by Agogohene Nana Kwame Akuoko Sarpong. Also presented to him was the Epoh Stool, indicating his role as a leader of the Ashanti region of Ghana, West Africa.

Perhaps the only progenitor of Kemetic/Egyptian spirituality that is recognized on the continent of Africa as genuine and properly sanctioned by Kemetic ancestry, Ausar Auset Society has gown primarily due to its teachings of holistic heath, which include vegetarianism and Amen’s books on spirituality, Metu Neter Vol. 1 & 2. According to the Society, Nile Valley Mall, Inc., operated the first health food stores in America to sell homeopathic remedies, beginning in 1979 and introduced contemporaries to Echinacea.

The Ausar Auset Society is a Pan African Religious organization founded in 1973. As Legend would have it, Ra Un Nefer Amen developed a congenial relationship with Oba Adefunmi and began to consult the Ifa Oracle through the Oba for the purpose of organizing the spiritual experiences and messages he was clearly receiving from the Spiritual realm. Those consultations shaped some early organizational structure and comparative religious studies that resulted in the Society. Again, as legend would have it, a small group of Orisa priests (Ol’Orisa) were beseeched by Kemetic Sheps (Ancestors) to assist Amen in the establishment of what most consider the only legitimate revival of Egyptian spirituality outside of the relatively underground Nubian community that survives in North Africa. They helped develop and train the core group of original Society priests. Prior to this tradition, some say that Ra Un Nefer Amen was the former head of the Rosicrucian Anthroposophical League.

Amen is preferably referred to as Shekem Ur Shekem (King of Kings) or Ashem Ur Ashem (Chief Priest of Priest), both are traditional titles give to King-Priest in ancient Kemetic cultures. He was raised in San Miguel, Panama but later moved to the U.S. where he studied classical music and became an accomplished pianist and composer. He later passed on a life in the music industry to focus on more spiritual and culturally fulfilling endeavors.

Communities
Ausar Auset Society International
Nile Valley Mall / Khamit Publications Inc. (Actual Headquarters Site)
Ausar Auset Society Washington, DC
Ausar Auset Society, MD
Ausar Auset Society of Chicago
Ausar Auset Society of Milwaukee, WI
Ausar Auset Society of New Jersey
Ausar Auset Society of Atlanta, GA
Ausar Auset Society Philadelphia, PA
Ausar Auset Society – West Coast Region
Ausar Auset Society. Orlando Study Group
Ausar Auset Society of Trinidad and Tobago
Ausar Auset Society Europe

Metu Neter World – Community Forum of Ausar Auset Society (closed)

NOTE: This site is not owned by Ausar Auset Society. Please direct all inquiries about temples, divination consultations and study groups to one of the sites listed above. We are providing an UNOFFICIAL biography of Ra Un Nefer Amen and the AAS, as tribute. This information was compiled from various stories and accounts from members of the ATR community, and may differ from other accounts. Again, foward all your questions directly to a priest or member of AAS.

Ra un Nefer Amen is Chief Priest of the Ausar Auset Society which is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York and has chapters in nearly every major city throughout the U.S. and several cities internationally. In 1985, his excellency Ra Un Nefer Amen I was enstooled as a Paramount King (Omanhene) and co-ruler of the Agogo state in Ghana, West Africa by Agogohene Nana Kwame Akuoko Sarpong. Also presented to him was the Epoh Stool, indicating his role as a leader of the Ashanti region of Ghana, West Africa.

Perhaps the only progenitor of Kemetic/Egyptian spirituality that is recognized on the continent of Africa as genuine and properly sanctioned by Kemetic ancestry, Ausar Auset Society has gown primarily due to its teachings of holistic heath, which include vegetarianism and Amen’s books on spirituality, Metu Neter Vol. 1 & 2. According to the Society, Nile Valley Mall, Inc., operated the first health food stores in America to sell homeopathic remedies, beginning in 1979 and introduced contemporaries to Echinacea.

The Ausar Auset Society is a Pan African Religious organization founded in 1973. As Legend would have it, Ra Un Nefer Amen developed a congenial relationship with Oba Adefunmi and began to consult the Ifa Oracle through the Oba for the purpose of organizing the spiritual experiences and messages he was clearly receiving from the Spiritual realm. Those consultations shaped some early organizational structure and comparative religious studies that resulted in the Society. Again, as legend would have it, a small group of Orisa priests (Ol’Orisa) were beseeched by Kemetic Sheps (Ancestors) to assist Amen in the establishment of what most consider the only legitimate revival of Egyptian spirituality outside of the relatively underground Nubian community that survives in North Africa. They helped develop and train the core group of original Society priests. Prior to this tradition, some say that Ra Un Nefer Amen was the former head of the Rosicrucian Anthroposophical League.

Amen is preferably referred to as Shekem Ur Shekem (King of Kings) or Ashem Ur Ashem (Chief Priest of Priest), both are traditional titles give to King-Priest in ancient Kemetic cultures. He was raised in San Miguel, Panama but later moved to the U.S. where he studied classical music and became an accomplished pianist and composer. He later passed on a life in the music industry to focus on more spiritual and culturally fulfilling endeavors.

Communities
Ausar Auset Society International
Nile Valley Mall / Khamit Publications Inc. (Actual Headquarters Site)
Ausar Auset Society Washington, DC
Ausar Auset Society, MD
Ausar Auset Society of Chicago
Ausar Auset Society of Milwaukee, WI
Ausar Auset Society of New Jersey
Ausar Auset Society of Atlanta, GA
Ausar Auset Society Philadelphia, PA
Ausar Auset Society – West Coast Region
Ausar Auset Society. Orlando Study Group
Ausar Auset Society of Trinidad and Tobago
Ausar Auset Society Europe

Metu Neter World – Community Forum of Ausar Auset Society (closed)

NOTE: This site is not owned by Ausar Auset Society. Please direct all inquiries about temples, divination consultations and study groups to one of the sites listed above. We are providing an UNOFFICIAL biography of Ra Un Nefer Amen and the AAS, as tribute. This information was compiled from various stories and accounts from members of the ATR community, and may differ from other accounts. Again, foward all your questions directly to a priest or member of AAS.

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Ra Un Nefer Amen: The power of natural healing

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

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Ra Un Nefer Amen I, educator, historian, scholar and healer, makes his annual Bay Area tour this weekend, May 2-3, with stops both in Palo Alto and Oakland. Hosted by Nile Valley Mall, Inc., West Coast Region, Amen I is perhaps more widely known for his seminal texts Metu Neter Vol. 1 and 2 and the Ausar Auset Society, which is 30 years old this year.

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