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New Afrikan Vodun Volume II: From Kintu to Muntu

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In Ki Kongo, the word kintu means "a thing animated; not properly human". In the same language, muntu means "true human, divine being". New Afrikan Vodun Volume II: From Kintu to Muntu illustrates that to be a true authentic human being is to be a spiritual one, but balanced within the midst of the gift of divine li. Most people's spiritual practices are filled with empty ritual and rote rhetoric. New Afrikan Vodun Volume II encourages one towards being muntu. Vodun philosophy is about becoming and maintaining muntu. 115 pages. "6" x "9" inch pages.

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  1. From Kintu to Muntu 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jan 2015

    This subtitle says so much. It is hard to explain how this book makes us reexamine ourselves. The author says that a"kintu" is an animated thing. Not a full human. He states that a muntu is a divine being and one who elevates herself spiritually and in other ways. I look at it like a straight line in between kintu and muntu. This book asks us to ask ourselves where are we on this line. There is much more to the book but that part is what made me take inventory. I am constantly seeing where I am on that line.


  2. belief renewed 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Nov 2013

    I had given up on finding someone to teachon this level. spirituality and our surrounding reality are addressed in this book like never seen before. Please buy it.


  3. Fresh Air 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Nov 2013

    Glad to finally see someone in the Orisa tradition show how spirituality and political consciousness is supposed to be combined.


  4. Found my way 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Jul 2013

    I must admit this is a good book but was not quite what I was looking for. I made an assumption that this book was strictly on spirituality but found a political overtone. It mixes spirituality and the author's idea of how that spirituality should be applied spiritually. So my review ranking is 4 because: based on the fact that I didn't know this and it did not cover spirituality as much as I had assumed I would give it a 3 but based on the fact that it is a good book in general I would give it a give it a 5. So I came in between to give it a 4. I will revisit this soon and give another review.


  5. Food for forward thinking. 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jun 2013

    The author of this work obviously comes from a spirotual stock that thinks outside of the box. New Afrikan Vodun Vol III proves this. It takes an unusual approach to and look at Afrikan spirituality. From this book I have realized that your politics must be an intricate part of your understanding of culture. This book lets me know that if you do not have a political understanding then your practice is incomplete. The words of this book should be heeded. This book was not what I expected which is actually good in this case. The down side is that it gets you ensnared and then ends. So I am assuming you would have to contact the author or his organization to get more towards the solutions process. All in all thank you for such a wonderful read and thought provoker.


  6. The Title Fits the Purpose 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2013

    I love the fact that the title reflects exactly what this book is about. The author explains that these New Afrikan Vodun teachings are designed to take one from the simple level of just being (kintu) to divine essence (muntu). The teachings in this book caused me to totally redo my ancestor shrine. Since I have done this I am getting clearer messages and more peace in the household. Asante sana for this.



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