The AKERU Water Women of Wisdom
Water Woman is the name Queen Mother Imakhu has been known by
since the late 90's. It is also the name of her one woman theatre show,
abusive mortal, leaves him, and reclaims her power.
In 2005, Queen Mother Imakhu, a domestic violence survivor, was
initiated into the Bantu water tradition, but gifted with the Kemetic
healing energy Shen Urrit.
As Queen Mother Imakhu came to understand more about this energy,
the more she knew that it was necessary for those undergoing Water
Spirit initiations to experience a more introspective process before
presenting themselves to the Njusu. It also became clear that a Water
Women of Wisdom Sisterhood was being called forth.
Black women from across the country have been contacting
Queen Mother Imakhu. They hear an Ancestral Call from the waters,
and within their very beings. They want to healed, and to be healers.
They want to help our environment, our people, and our world.
Sistas, come to the water. Come home. Reclaim your personal power.
Learn counseling techniques. Learn how to improve your environment.
Fulfill your role as a peacemaker in your home, neighborhood,
community. Become part of the Internet Water Women Support
System. The world needs your loving touch, and your care. Your
Ancestors need you.
AKERU Water Women of Wisdom Classes are offered as three
month certification sessions
Cost: $100 month (PayPal Button below)
(To pursue Water Women of Wisdom Priesthood, study is 9 months.
3 successive 3 month sessions. Private Study is also available.)
Held each week on Water Women Wednesdays.
To learn about Water Women of Wisdom certification through online
Skype/phone conference classes, fill out form below. You do not need
Skype to participate.
For most immediate response, email a recent picture, bio, and reasons
for wanting to be a Water Woman of Wisdom to
Classes taught by
Queen Mother Imakhu,
the original "Water Woman" of
AKERU MultiMedia and of "Nubia
Goddess Rising" podcast fame; of
the Tarot of the Boroughs
(portraying the Queen of Cups),
and TV/Radio show "Ashe!".
Cover photo of a laughing
Queen Mother Imakhu
as it appeared on
NEW VISIONS MAGAZINE, 2000.
Photo by Bill Rosebrock
Click image above to purchase.