Guest Speakers & Performers

Ra Un Nefer Amen I

The relevance of ancient spiritual teachings in the "modern" world

Recognized throughout the world as the foremost authority on the ageless wisdom of the ancient Black civilization, Ra Un Nefer Amen is the Shekhem Ur Shekhem (King of Kings) and founder of the Ausar Auset Society.  He has authored more than 40 books and meditation CD in addition to providing sagely  guidance through weekly lectures and ceremonies continuously since 1973.  Most famous for his Metu Neter 7 volume series his deep insight has been on  a wide variety of subjects including: homeopathy, nutrition, Qi Gong, Yoga, Chinese and Western herbology, history, relationships, child rearing, and the spiritual wisdom of ancient Kamit (Egypt), Indus Kush, Taoist China and Sumer - Canaan.  He stands alone in the great achievement of intuiting a grand system of divination: the Metu Neter Oracle which has proven its accuracy in the lives of thousand for over 30 years.  The Shekhem ur Shekhem is now accessible to guide the lives of millions throughout the world through the ONLINE AUSARIAN INITIATION SYSTEM  offered by Taui Network.

Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble

Founded in 1964 by Mr. Robert and Mrs. Wanda Dickerson, The Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble are known for their phenomenal West African presentations of Guinea, Sengal, Mali, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria and more. The Universal African  Dance & Drum Ensemble brings a sensational and electrifying show filled with amazing stilt walkers, dancers, drummers, ground masquerades and acrobatics to its audience.


Dr. Molefi Asante

Dr. Molefi Asante is a Professor and the Chair of the Department of African American Studies at Temple University.  He is the published author of seventy-seven books. 

Enensa A. M. Amen

Ausarian initiate, priest and author, Enensa A M Amen produced one of the most compelling works to prove the African origin of the greatest civilization the world has known.. Ancient Egypt.

Ur Auat Meter Arit

The healing power of Kamitic Spirituality

Initiated into the first priesthood class of the Ausar Auset society by the Shekhem Ur Shekhem, Dr. Ra Un Nefer Amen I, Ur Auat Meter Arit  has served as a powerful teacher, counselor and leader for more than 30 years.  In 2012 she was enstooled  as Ur Auat (Paramount Queen Mother) of the Chicago Regional branch of Ausar Auset Society where she serves, trains and develops the membership and Priesthood of her region.

Nationally, she has mentored study groups and taught a number of topics on spirituality (meditation, oracles, Qi Gong, spiritual relationships, the Kamitic tradition’s relevance and importance for modern living.…) as well as providing spiritual counseling. 


Malidelphia is a folkloric performance-art concert that serves to create a bridge between African immigrant and African-American communities through traditional and contemporary song, dance, music, masquerade and folklore. Malidelphia is an ensemble of African and African American professional artists, singers, dancers, and folklorists.  Our work is inspired by Ira Bond and his multiple experiences in Mali, West Africa while growing up in Philadelphia. 

The name “Malidelphia” refers to the connection between Malian and Philadelphian cultural art forms such as Jazz, Blues, Afropop, Hip-Hop and traditional and contemporary percussion. 

Ur Aua Am Tehuti Khamau

Maat the foundation of success

With more than thirty years of experience in teaching, Kamitic spirituality, yoga, Qi Gong and martial arts; Ur Aua is responsible for the administration of Ausar Auset Society's spiritual development programs throughout the Delaware Valley region.

Dr. Salim Faraji

Kush, West Africa and the spiritual legacy of Amen

Dr. Salim Faraji is Professor and former Chair of Africana Studies at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He is also the founding Executive Director of the Master of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) Africa Program at Concordia University Irvine in Ghana, West Africa. He completed his Master of Divinity at the Claremont School of Theology and M.A. and Ph.D. at Claremont Graduate University. He is a member of the International Society for Nubian Studies and specializes in early Christian history, Africana and Africanist historiography, Coptic Studies and the Kerma, Napatan, Meroitic and Medieval periods of Nubian history. Dr. Faraji has traveled and worked extensively on the African continent in such nations as Ghana, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ethiopia and Namibia as both a scholar and activist-humanitarian. He has served as an external reviewer for the PhD in Management Science at the Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business in the Namibia University of Science and Technology. He also presents a ministerial background and has served in the United Methodist and Unitarian Universalist Churches. As a theological pluralist and interfaith practitioner he is currently an ordained minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and a practicing African Traditional Priest-Initiate who has been initiated in both the Akan traditions of Ghana, West Africa and ancient Egyptian religious practice via the Ausar Auset Society and the House of Amen.