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New Afrikan Matriarchy and the Annihilation of Global Patriarchy, Pt. 2
June 14, 2015 10:17 PM PDT
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Where Do We Go From Here?

Continuing our discussion on New Afrikan Matriarchy from our youtube presentation. In Part 2 of this series, we discuss the current debate/debacle on what a Matriarchy is, and Priestess Seshat's definition of New Afrikan Matriarchy and more precisely how this works for all.

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Priestess Meri-T Seshat- Water, Grapes and You
May 23, 2015 08:40 AM PDT
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Priestess Meri-T Seshat of Udja Temple Ministries continues with HER Sacred Water Consciousness series. In this message is a real practical life application of how to participate in the preservation of water. Knowing where your food comes from, and growing food right where you are, intentionally not taking water from a drought stricken place like California....Be present here, Grow where you are and return the water that is in the food from where you took it. Be right where you are.

What Is Mother? A Conversation with Priestess Meri-T Seshat and Majadi Baruti
May 10, 2015 09:37 AM PDT
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Priestess Meri-T Seshat and her companion Majadi Baruti, converse on the spiritual and deeper meaning of Mother. Our Priestess goes in to her personal relationship with Motherhood and what Mother is as sacred and divine being. She also challenges the presentation of what Mother is and what Black Woman is as presented by media and patriarchy.

Woman On Top: Sexual Positions, The Politics of Control and Pristine Sacred Sexuality
April 17, 2015 09:58 AM PDT
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Priestess Meri-T Seshat and Rev. Majadi Baruti discuss informally and intimately the politics of sexual positions. The sexual positions which allow for women to have greater control in manipulating the sexual magnetics generated during lovemaking by the man's surrender (Shiva) position. Meri-T and Majadi offer teachings on Pristine Sacred Sexuality from their own lived experiences in its self generative practice.

*Woman On Top film mentioned starring Penelope Cruz and Harold Perrineau