AMARUKAFO ADEBISA: African-American Ancestral Divination Film – Opening September 20th


AMARUKAFO ADEBISA: African-American Ancestral Divination Film

Pre-Order Your Tickets Today – Limited Seating – No Tickets Sold at Venues

AMARUKAFO ADEBISA: African-American Ancestral Divination is our documentary film that documents Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) people in America, Amarukafo, African-American male and female diviners, healers and healeresses in the restoration and reintroduction of those systems of oracular divination retained in our Ancestral blood-circles in North america over the past 300 years including: Hoodoo (Akan), Juju (Yoruba), Wanga (Ovambo – Gullah), Ngengang (Fang) and Voodoo (Ewe, Fon). It is these systems of oracular divination which healed us and also empowered and guided us to wage war against the whites and their offspring and force the end of enslavement in the western hemisphere.

Featuring: Mama Mawusi Ashshakir, Rekhit Kajara Nia Yaa Nebt Het, Wabet Seshat Tut Ankh Wadjet, Voodoo Queen Kalindah Laveaux and Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan.

We have traveled to the seats of Hoodoo, Voodoo, Juju, Wanga and Ngengang to film including Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Mississippi and Louisiana. Ohio and Chicago are also included as centers of Urban Juju and Hoodoo after the Great Migration of our Ancestresses and Ancestors ‘Up North’.

Our first screening will be in Washington, DC on Yaada (Thursday), September 20th. This is Asaase Yaa Da, Earth Mother’s Day. Asaase Yaa is the Earth Mother Obosom (Deity) who governs jurisprudence, morality and divination. Her sacred day is Yaada (Thursday), while Asaase Afua is the Earth Mother Obosom who governs fertility of the land. Her sacred day is Fida (Friday).

We will have private and public screenings in various cities across the country including your region.

Tickets for screenings are $15 and are pre-ordered through our webpage below.

Your receipt from the purchase will be your hard-copy pre-ordered ticket to a screening in Washington, DC or an upcoming screening in whatever city you choose to attend a screening. You can pre-order more than one ticket ($15 for 1, $30 for 2, $45 for 3, etc.). The pre-ordered tickets can be for family, friends, co-workers, gifts, etc.

Below is a partial list of some cities wherein we will travel to screen the film beginning with the final week of September after our first screening on September 20th:

Philadelphia, PA

Pittsburgh, PA

Hartford, CT

Wilmington, DE

Baltimore, MD

Richmond, VA

Durham, NC

Charleston, SC

Atlanta, GA

Savannah, GA

Tallahassee, FL

Miami, FL

Orlando, FL

New York, NY

Rochester, NY

Newark, NJ

Chicago, IL

Montgomery, AL

Jackson, MS

Grand Rapids, MI

Detroit, MI

Milwaukee, WI

Knoxville, TN

Cincinnati, OH

Cleveland, OH

St. Louis, MO

Tulsa, OK

Boston, MA

Kansas City, KS

Minneapolis, MN

New Orleans, LA

Seattle, WA

Los Angeles, CA

Oakland, CA

San Diego, CA

Phoenix, AZ

Denver, CO

Las Vegas, NV

Portland, OR

Boise, ID

We will also be traveling to Canada, the Caribbean, Europe and Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa). We look forward to connecting with you all at our screenings.

Seating is limited for the first screening and at the subsequent screenings in the various cities. Pre-order your tickets now so that you can secure your space:

Yeda ase (we thank you).. for supporting our work and this movement..

Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America



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