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The Elegant Elder Masterclass/Guest Lecture with Queen Mother Imakhu
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Queen Mother Imakhu, a.k.a. Pastor Elaine Lloyd Nazario, is an ankh carrying Elder High Priestess, teacher, and scholar in the Kemetic tradition. Her personal practice, Shenu-Khametic, is a branch of Kemetic religion. Queen Mother is known for her cultural reclamation research, including her groundbreaking correlative findings on Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and European Elder Futhark runes. Her additional self-created oracle systems include the Shenu Circle of Fate, and COWRIE CARDS. Her newest book, "Khesu Dwau Meni: Daily Prayer Rituals of Shenu-Khametic Temple," is a faith practitioner's guide to understanding Khametic spirituality. Queen Mother's Shenu-Khametic Yoga program is considered to be the most comprehensive approach to the Nile Valley yoga origins. She proudly carries the Uas staff directly passed on to her in ceremony by her late Atef NTR (spiritual godfather) and mentor, GrandMaster Kham of the Shrine of Khpra.
Queen Mother Imakhu has been a dedicated cultural preservationist and African arts presenter throughout her entire professional career, teaching the young and young at heart. Her Drums of Compassion program has affirmed African/Latino drumming and dance with her Black and Brown students in urban public and charter schools since 2003. She is the founder and director of Shenu Art & Yoga Sanctuary, UHEMU Black & Brown Storytellers, and AKERU MultiMedia. Queen Mother Imakhu has also served as executive director of Newark Latino Film Festival and Newark Latino Artist Collective. She joins her colleagues Yeye Luisah Teish, and Baba Sule Greg Wilson in the upcoming concert tour, "The Water Brought Me Here."
An ordained Interfaith minister, Queen Mother Imakhu serves on various Interfaith advisory councils, including Newark Mayor Ras Baraka’s Interfaith Clergy Council. In the Khametic language, Imakhu means Reverend, or one who is in humble service. Contact Queen Mother Imakhu at her website, http://www.queenmotherimakhu.com .
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