Opening of the Moon College

For thousands of years the feminine mysteries have been taught in secret on our African continent. Our knowledge and resources hunted, distorted, distilled and reclaimed by others as their own. No more will our sacred knowledge be distorted and distilled.

This time of the great Remembering has been  prophesied  by many ancient cultures.  Womb consciousness has been a part of our sacred continent for centuries and is hidden in indigenous myths and religious text. Our incredible feminine legacy awaits for us to reclaim and celebrate this divine feminine wisdom path.

This Moon College stands as testimony to our divine feminine inheritance. We have come to remember, reclaim and celebrate our sacred wombs and her relationship to the womb of life – so that we may restore the wasteland.

The teachings offered here welcomes all women, while offering specific practices and ceremonies for women of colour and for muslim women.

I have drunk of her, but have not tottered; I have tottered through her, but have not fallen; I have fallen because of her but have not been destroyed. Through her I have dived down into the great sea and have seized in the place of her depths a pearl whereby I am rich. I went down like the great iron anchor whereby men anchor ships for the night on the high seas, and I received a lamp which lighteth me, and I came up by the ropes of the boat of understanding. I went to sleep in the depths of the sea, and not being overwhelmed with the water I dreamed a dream. And it seemed to me that there was a star in my womb, and I marvelled thereat, and I laid hold upon it and made it strong in the splendour of the sun; I laid hold upon it, and I will never let it go. I went in through the doors of the treasury of wisdom and I drew for myself the waters of understanding. I went into the blaze of the flame of the sun, and it lighted me with the splendour thereof, and I made of it a shield for myself, and I saved myself by confidence therein, and not myself only but all those who travel in the footprints of wisdom, and not myself only but all the men of my country, the kingdom of Ethiopia, and not those only but those who travel in their ways, the nations that are round about. From the Womb of the Queen of Sheba – [http://www.sacred-texts.)