OBAATAN - Afuraitkaitnit (African) Womanhood Book
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OBAATAN is the name of our book defining Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) Womanhood. It is also the name of our training-workshop based upon our book. We will give away free copies of our book at our free workshops. The e-book will also be a free download. More

OBAATAN  (aw-bah'-ah-tahn) is the name of our book defining  Afuraitkaitnit  (African~Black) Womanhood

It is also the name of our training-workshop based upon our book.  OBAATAN Afuraitkaitnit Womanhood  introduces a comprehensive set of seven principal values defining what it means to be an Afuraitkaitnit Obaatan (African woman).These principal values stream from the Divine and Ancestral Forces of womanhood that defines her spirit and shapes her potential.

We are working on the completion of our book OBAATAN - Afuraitkaitnit Womanhood and plan to have it released this month. It will be similar in structure to the already published: OBARIMA - Afurakani Manhood with seven chapters governing the seven principal values of womanhood which are governed by the Abosom (Deities) of the seven days of the week and transmitted through our Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestresses via our great matriclans.
See the seven principal values of OBAATAN and OBARIMA found on the introduction pages of each book at the link below. Note that the seven principal values of OBAATAN are related but slightly different than OBARIMA based upon the energic difference between manhood and womanhood which will be covered in detail in the book:
Also notice that the authorship of OBAATAN includes Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan and ODWIRAMANFO MMAATAN. This term means 'Women of ODWIRAMAN - Purified Nation - Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in the Western Hemisphere.'
[Learn about ODWIRAMAN: www.odwirafo.com/Odwiraman.html]
Obviously, an Afurakani (African) Man cannot write a book on Afuraitkaitnit (African) womanhood alone. Afuraitkaitnit (African) women who carry the energy complexes of the various Abosom (Deities) governing the seven-day week and thus the seven principal values of Afuraitkaitnit womanhood must provide input into each of the seven respective chapters. These values are enshrined by the Ancestresses of our great matriclans and transmitted to each woman. Members of this ODWIRAMANFO MMAATAN, Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) Womanhood Collective, are providing this foundational input.
Many have shared with us that they have been waiting for this book to be published to empower themselves as individuals and also to utilize it with young women, rites programs, sisterhood groups, etc. This mirrors our complimentary publication OBARIMA Afurakani Manhood which is used by men to empower themselves as individuals, as well as being used with young men, rites programs, manhood groups, etc. We have had hundreds of thousands of free downloads of OBARIMA Afurakani Manhood and also give away free copies of the soft-cover versions at our workshops and in the community. This includes 17,000 downloads of the free e-book version over the past 12 months. The soft-cover version is also available for purchase online. We continue to transform the lives of Afurakani men right where they are right now.
The same will be true of the transformative effect of OBAATAN Afuraitkaitnit Womanhood upon the lives of Afuraitkaitnit (African) women, youth and adults, right where they are - right now. Giving way thousands of free copies at our free workshops, giving them out in the community as well as the free e-book version accessible to all online.
Currently, we are simultaneously working on completing OBAATAN as well as our book AKRADINBOSOM - Volume 3, our upcoming second annual ODWIRAMAN AFAHYE Conference which will take place on June 24th in Washington, DC and our Documentary Film:
AMARUKAFO ADEBISA ADWUMADI: African-American Ancestral Divination Project 
In order to prepare for publication and printing, as we will be giving away thousands of free copies of the soft-cover version of OBAATAN, we do need the assistance of committed individuals who see the value of the work. We look forward to finally releasing OBAATAN, the compliment to OBARIMA, which is important for all within ODWIRAMAN - Purified Nation - Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in the Western Hemisphere.
For those who have never had a chance to contribute to our efforts in the past this is a great time to do so. To date we have had about 80+ members out of our 7,000+ subscribers on youtube, blogtalkradio, instagram and facebook who have supported our efforts. We can get so much more done, much more quickly and reach thousands more Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) with our free publications and workshops when more of us chip in.
Please show your support by taking 2-3 minutes now to contribute any amount today..Sacrificing the purchase of a product from a convenience store or restaurant in the course of one day to support our effort for example is a great help when a collective of people do so.. 500 people, less than 10% of our subscribers, sacrificing $10 to divert it from a white buisness today would allow us to reach our funding goal in one day. The benefit of receiving the soft-cover version of OBAATAN in return, as well as knowing that the free downloads will be available to the community for our overall empowerment and transformation is well worth a one-time $10 or $20 transfer of revenue from a white business to an Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) institution.
Any donation to this campaign gives you the option of receiving a soft-cover version of OBAATAN upon release and/or one or more of our other 25 books in return for your donation. See our publications page for a listing and description of all of our 25 books:
NHOMA - Publications 
The Obosom (Deity) on the front cover of OBAATAN is Tenenet an Obosom of childbirth and wife of Mentu who is the Obosom on the front cover of OBARIMA. As will be seen in the forthcoming book, Tenenet is the Matron Obosom of OBAATAN.
Yeda ase..we thank you for your support of our work..

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