It is Day #5 of the African Goddess Initiation Festival. We are celebrating the launch of my new book. Today was all about Queen Mother Nanny. There was also a lesson from Verona Spence-Adofo, founder of Ancestral Voices.  In today’s live session, we talked liberation, the Maroons and African Dream Root.

Watch the video now — and be sure to also catch up on Day 1, which was all about the orisha Yemaya. I also interviewed Anita Kopacz, who wrote the foreword for my book and a new novel called Shallow Waters, based on Yemaya. 

We are counting down to the launch of my new Hay house book, African Goddess Initiation: Self-Love Rituals for Self-Love, Prosperity and Joy.

::::Register FREE for the fest at and get caught up on all the magic.


Queen Mother Nanny 101

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Do you know Nanny of the Maroons of Jamaica, the Legendary Chieftainess also known as Grandy Nanny?

It is Day 5 of the African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest and we celebrate Queen Mother Nanny and her energy of fearless alignment. PLUS you can sign in FREE at to learn from Goddess Verona Spence-Adofo, the Jamaican British co-founder of Ancestral Voices, an educational media company focused on empowering the diaspora.

In African culture globally, when we are invited somewhere we often bring friends. It was exactly the same with the goddesses in my new book, African Goddess Initiation: Sacred Rituals for Self-Live, Prosperity and Joy.

When I answered the sacred assignment to transmit this book and opened the door to the goddesses, they brought friends, sacred divine feminine ancestors from throughout the African Diaspora. We life up these sacred ancestors and queens.

They are also our goddesses. Queen Mother Nanny of the Maroons was and is legendary. This regal Akan healer and spiritual warrior freed 800 enslaved people in Jamaica. She has many lessons to teach us.

Affirm it: My dreams empower me.

Order the book African Goddess Initiation: Sacred Rituals for Self-Love, Prosperity and Joy— on sale right now at: (link)


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