ANNOUNCEMENT

30.09.2017. As a result of some synchronicities, I have decided to publish The Akan, Other Africans & The Sirius Star System in paperback. You can now purchase a paperback on Amazon.com and elsewhere. I have expanded the version of the book that I hosted on this website for almost a decade. Thank you all for your interest in this project. I would like to announce that I am now back at work, back at writing. I also plan to publish in paperback some of the articles that appeared on this website. I have also been working on a sequel to The Akan, Other Africans & The Sirius Star System over the past years. After visiting Credo Mutwa and his wife a while back, I decided to eventually publish my writings in paperback. The time has now come for me to also write more. The time has now come for me to include in publication not only my research on the Akan and other Africans but to also share some of my spritual experiences and philosophical thoughts. There shall be more than one book out in print, from this point forward.

To get to the kindle version of the book on Amazon.com, click here
And for the paperback version of the same, click here

I shall now share the contents for the
The Akan, Other Africans & The Sirius Star System as published in September 2017. I may post further updates for the project as time goes by.

Thank you,
Kwame Adapa
 

1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................ 4

 

   PART I

 

 

2. THE DOGON ...................................................................................... 7         

2.1           A brief summary of Dogon knowledge on Sirius

2.2          J. G. Christaller and his amazing dictionary

2.3           The word 'Nommo' has the exact meaning in Akan and Dogon languages

 

 3. THE FALCON CLAN................................................................. 11

3.1           The Introducing Meyerowitz and Reindorf

3.2           Akroma/Koroma, the falcon

3.3           Appearance of the Koromante in various history books

3.4           Garamas and the Garamantes/Garamantians are the koromante

3.5           The root Dja, the suffix –so and a connection to Sirius

3.6           Meyerowitz: Oral history of the falcon clan of the Akan

3.7           Back to Herodotus and the Garamantians

3.8           A possible migration of the falcon people after Garama

3.9           The Berber of North   Africa

3.10       A Brief peak into the greater Sirius tradition

3.11       Credo's account of the Bakwama, members of the falcon clan in Lesotho

3.12       Neith in Bantu is Isis and Nin-Har-Sag

3.13       Back to the Bakwama

3.14       The Batak, the Minangkabau and the name Barak

3.15       The falcon/hawk at Memphis, city of Ptah

 

4. THE AKAN OF WEST AFRICA......................................... 30

4.1           J. B. Danquah on the origins of the Akan

4.2           Akan clans and totems

4.3           The ko/ku: Bird clans of the Akan

4.4           Rattray: The English man who lived with the Asante

4.5           Dictionary meanings for the words Akane and kan

4.6           Robert Morning Sky on the 'Kan'

4.7           Robert Morning Sky on the root word Khaa-n

4.8           The appearance of the root word ‘Kan’ in Bambara and Dogon languages

4.9           Language similarities between Akan and Dagara

4.10       Evidence of Blacks in Egypt and Sumeria; Robert Morning Sky Bio

4.11       The Akan as the ‘black-headed’ and the   ‘black-footed’

4.12       Migration of the Akan from Sumer, through Egypt and Libya to present day West Africa

 


PART II

 

 

5. THE AKAN DOCTRINE OF GOD, ETS AND NATURE SPIRITS                   49

5.1           Joseph Boakye Danquah: Lawyer, Philosopher and Sage

5.2           The Sirian-Reptilians, Part 1 – The Annunaki

5.3           The root word -Nyam and its variant –Nyan

5.4           Ananse, the Akan trickster and EA  (Enki)

5.5           Nyame is the Akan name for Enki/EA/Yamm/Ptah

5.6           Byamie  of the  Coorie [Koori] Australian  Aborigines according  to Credo Mutwa

5.7           Nyankopon means 'Great Star Being'

5.8           The Akan Twi-Adu-Ampon is Anu, the Father of the Sumerian gods

5.9           Nyame (Enki), is the son of Twi-Adu-Ampon (Anu) in Akan traditions

5.10       The Akan are the descendants of Nyame (Enki) and by extension the Sirian-  Reptilians

5.11       An Akan account of the creation of human    beings

5.12       Analysis of the Akan sacred word   'Kus'

5.13       J. B. Danquah suggests that Twi and Kush are related

5.14       Nana the goddess of the Akan and Enini (Inana) the python

5.15       Odomankoma is Divine Providence

5.16       The Akan know the difference between Divine Providence, ETs and Nature Spirits

5.17       Asamanfo and the Abosom - the Ancestors and the Tutelary Spirits

        PART III

 

 

6. THE SIRIANS................................................................................... 74

6.1           The Guardians in the Sirius Star  System

6.2           The Sirian-Reptilians: Part II – Amazing history from Book II of the World’s Oldest Religion

                                                      

7. CLARIFICATIONS....................................................................... 90

7.1           Commentaries on Credo Mutwa's Great Verses on Creation

7.2           Lumukanda 'The Lost Immortal', an Earth  Guardian

7.3           Tolkien's Elves: Truth mixed with Misinformation

7.4           Sirian-Reptilian, Guardian and Homo Erectus DNA  influences

7.5           Malidoma Somé: Dagara gays as Gatekeepers and Guardians

7.6           The role of ritual (singing, drumming and dancing) in Akan and African Spirituality

7.7           An account of Guardianship by a Southern African ethnic group

7.8           West African elemental magic and its relation to Egypt-Sumer-Sirius

7.9           Physical and mental aggression: traits of Sirian and Orion DNA influences

7.10       Spirit Warriors: the concept of a   warrior-sage

 

8. SOURCES......................................................................................... 151

 

9. ADDITIONAL MATERIALS............................................ 154

           9.1      Akan knowledge of the stars in the Pleiades and elsewhere

           9.2      Akan linguist staff and Ptah's Djed

           9.3      Adapa, Tak Adama, the Akan and the Ga people of Ghana

           9.4      Avian-Reptilian Symbolism in Akan and African art

           9.5      Akan-Asona Avian-Reptilian associations and the Asona

                       Red Snake

           9.6      Maasai, Caananites, Dogon, Wolof, Bambara and Akan

           9.7      Preview of Sequel to the Akan Book

 

10.  ABOUT THE AUTHOR          



ANNOUNCEMENT

The Akan Book has now been completed. As of August 25, 2011, exactly 3 years since the book was first published and made available in its final format, I have now edited the book to remove the final bits of typos and errors. I have also added an index. So after 3 years and 111 pages (if the index is included) I can now say that the Akan book has reached its final form. 

For those who printed the book before its present edited form, all you may have to do is to print the index since the page numbers remain unchanged.

It is possible that the Akan project has come to its end as a result of the completion of the book. I do not yet know this. Often it is through impulses from my Inner Being that I write articles so only time will tell whether any further articles will be published or not. It is however possible that there will be more articles in future.

The Akan Book and Website have now been read by many people around the globe. I am thankful to all who have sent emails and comments about this work.

I would also like to point out that it has come to my attention that there are those who are selling the Akan Book online for various amounts (some as much as $1 and others as much as $12 or even more). Let me point out that I have NOT given anyone any authorization to sell this book. All those doing so are doing it of their own accord.

There are also those who post parts of the book online without acknowledging the origin of the material. I want such people to know that I am aware of some of these actions. To date, I have only given one individual permission to translate aspects of  The Akan Book and Website into a foreign language. Anyone else who wishes to do this in the proper way must first seek permission. There will always be those who try to taint and twist materials released by others.


The Akan Book and Website project is dedicated to all spiritually oriented individuals who are interested in this kind of information. It is my hope that this modest effort has helped in some way to engage if not expand aspects of your outlook. If this happens for even one person then the project has been successful. Thank you.


-K-,
August, 2011