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Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Message from Nana Kofi

Exactly six years after its manifestation at Abakosem Sunsum 2010, the spiritual divinity known as Abakosem (aka the Pan-Afrikan Shrine) graced us with its 'physical' presence during the 2015 festival. The shrine was presented through the act of spiritual possession (referred to in the Twi language as Akom), an ancient form of spiritual communication. Central to Afrikan self-knowledge is the organized process of communicating with our divine entities and our ancestors.  Spiritual possession is one such communication method and it is as old as our collective history. When organized through our Afrikan spiritual and political sciences, possession becomes highly productive, serving the well-being of the collective.  

Nana Abakosem is a divine spiritual power that is very intimately connected to our current space-time experiences and worthy of our highest respect and honor.  Nana Abakosem is a primordial energy, birthed out of the cultural / geopolitical nature of our collective history, inspired and guided by the spirit of Nana John Henrik Clarke and the warrior ancestors that are called upon annually at the Abakosem Sunsum festival. Upon Nana Abakosem’s initial descent, the incredible (and sacred) mission of the shrine was shared with us: “I represent the spirit of Abakosem Sunsum. I am the source that binds us all.” 

The presence of Nana Abakosem last year signals a change in the future of Abakosem Sunsum as an event and presents us with a tremendous opportunity in our worldwide quest for Afrikan sovereignty.  In order to take advantage of this opportunity, those who believe in the work of Nana Clarke and have internalized the quest for Afrikan Sovereignty, are called to raise up and give value to this spiritual agent of power. 

As the caretakers of Nana Abakosem, we implore you… do not leave this year's Abakosem Sunsum without talking with Nana Marimba Ani about how you can make a personal connection and contribution to our efforts! The story of Abakosem Sunsum is still being written... be a part of it!  Visit the shrine, feed your spirit, and begin a relationship and help the true manifestation of our collective Afrikan spiritual independence, Nana Abakosem, to benefit us all.

Nana Kofi Agenkwa Ampon


Tuesday, April 26, 2016

We Are the Ones We've Been Waiting For....
Come join in Ancestral Communion in Preparation for Afrikan Spiritual Warfare

To Be Afrikan or Not Be... (Baba Asa)


Sunday, April 24, 2016

Directions to Abakosem Sunsum

Shelter #4
Sweetwater Creek State Park
1750 Mount Vernon Road
Lithia Springs, GA 30122
Douglas County

  • Take I-20 west from Atlanta,
  • exit #44 at Thornton Road,
  • turn left and go ¼ mile.
  • Turn right on Blairs Bridge Road.
  • After 2 miles, turn left on Mount Vernon Road and proceed to the park.
Once you pass the park entrance, Shelters #8, 9, and 10 will be the first loop on the right, before Cedar Terrace Rd. Across from Cedar Terrace, on the left of Mt. Vernon Rd, is Shelter #1 and the Bait Shop.
Just South of Cedar Terrace, on the Right Side of Mt. Vernon Rd, is Shelter #2. 
To access Shelters# 4 , turn left on Factory Shoals Rd. from Mt. Vernon Rd.

Monday, April 18, 2016

The 13th annual Abakosem SunSum ritual drama event will take place Saturday, May 7th, 2016 12:30pm - 6:30pm. We look forward to this powerful event that lifts up our warrior ancestors through ancestral communion.

See flyer for this years event.