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Aankh Benu was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. After high school Aankh Benu would attend Southwestern Christian College, and the University of Louisville on full track scholarships. However, it was the information that he would become exposed to in regards to spirituality that would totally transform his life, and ultimately lead him to Self-Realization. Today he is an author, teacher, and lecturer on Afrikan spirituality, metaphysics, the occult, divination, and community development. He has also worked as a professional spiritual reader, and helps others to develop their own temples and spiritual paths. He specializes in Kemetic Spirituality, which is the revival of Ancient Egyptian Spirituality. He is the Chief Priest of the Henensu Family and Community, and Hosts Khu Khem Radio. In his words he finds "joy in teaching people how to save, and liberate, the God within themselves."
on July 15, 2011 :
This is definitely one of those reads that you'll revisit time and time again to ensure that you didn't miss anything!
If Joseph Campbell and Iyanla Vanzant produced a literary offspring, it would resemble this work. Its readership is broad for it is palatable enough for the laymen and refreshing for the spiritual aspirant. The author's scriptural discernment is laser-sharp. You would be hard-pressed to find many metaphysicians with the same depth of compassion, understanding and magnanimity for adherents of the canonical and New Testament gospels.
Page after page, Benu unveils the metaphorical richness of biblical scriptures versus the widespread literal distortions, namely the Saviorhood of Christ Jesus. This work urges the indolent Christian to reclaim the gift of Divinity and embody the fullest expression of The Almighty. The key to Eden is brimming with uplifting comparative scriptures, meditations, dietary instruction, Tree of Life clarity, age-old aphorisms and timely wittiness. Benu’s voice vacillates from conversational and parental to empowering and endearing.
The Key to Eden illumines the forgotten passageway to the ever-present Tree of Life of realization for the Christian, the Muslim, the Jew, the Hindu, the Atheist, the Agnostic and all other relentless seekers.
This book will definitely be going in my collection!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)