Ewe migration from Lemuria through Asia to the African continent

The Ewe are an ethnic group found in present day Ghana and in parts of Togo and Benin. The youtube video below is an important one, pointing to the ancient origins of the Ewe language and how it was influenced by various cultures met during migration of the Ewe people. The main part of the video is entirely in Ewe (by an Ewe man), with translations into 11 (eleven) languages presented on the screen as the narration occurs. The account being given sounds like it is derived from the esoteric history of the Ewe people. It also parallels some of what Credo Mutwa has suggested regarding connections between blacks and Lemuria, and some of what I’ve alluded to in my book The Akan, Other Africans and the Sirius Star System.

The video is full of esoteric knowledge about the Ewe in particular. There is an interesting mention of how the word Kabbalah relates to the Ewe language. It should be said here that the Kabbalah spiritual system itself comes from the Sirius system. Today, Kaballah is associated with the Jewish tradition, but the original Kaballah can also be found in Ancient Egypt and supposedly among the black peoples that were in Lemuria. The West Africans have the original Kabbalah in their languages. Ewe-Gbe and Yoruba languages have their versions of Kabbalah, and so do some of the Mande and Mossi peoples. Very interesting.

There is also mention of the Ewe people while migrating they met the Israelites in Sumeria and there is talk about the word Yahwe, which has origins in the Ewe language meaning ‘Universal Intelligence’. I should also mention that the Ewe secret cult known as ‘Yeve/Yewe’ is one of the most powerful ‘Thunder cults’ in West Africa. These guys have preserved the rituals of the Yewe cult intact, even today people are still initiated into Yewe.

I like the way the video ends with the narrator explaining that the Agbadza dance of the Ewes is actually used to clear energies along the spine. Although he did not mention kundalini, one should be able to make links between African dancing accompanied by drumming and dancing and the rising of energies. Kundalini is a Hindu/Vedic word that the life force or energy that rises from the base of the spine up to the top of the head. Elsewhere in my new book, I share research on niama/nyama/n|um, the universal force or energy, called chi/qi or prana in Daoist and Vedic cultures respectively, and that also rises from the base of the spine to the top of the head.

In Africa, our own traditions of this energy are very much tied to the work that medicine people do. These traditions all have shamanic origins. The Khoi-san use dancing and drumming to release their kundalini. Other African initiates dance and dance to release their kundalini. In his initiation story, Credo Mutwa talks about how he was made to dance and dance and dance until the kundalini released from the base of his spine and shot right up to his head. He kept dancing, had an out of body experience and could see his physical body dancing beneath him while his astral frame floated above it.

Returning to the video on the Ewe language. This video has some big revelations. Among them, the narrator reveals that the Ewe word for kundalini is Tsikah, that this energy can be distorted due to stress, and that by dancing, and in particular through the movements of the agbadza dance, the energy can be released. There are many other revelations in this short video. I doubt that the revelations happened without Ewe initiates being involved. The time has come for all these things to be known widely. See the video below.

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  1. Keenya

    This interesting. I’m so happy i found your blog. I bought Akan, other Africans and the Sirius Star System and could not put it down. Amazing work and the connections made my hair on the nape of my neck stand up.

    1. Kwame Adapa

      Thank you, Keena. I am glad you are enjoying Akan, other Africans and the Sirius Star System. Do also check out it’s sequel, if you are interested. I shall keep posting and updating the blog, so I hope you keep coming back! -Kwame Adapa

  2. Sena

    Absolutely mind blowing.

    1. Kwame Adapa

      Yes, I think so too, Sena. The story of Lemuria is a fascinating one. I first learned that at least some African groups migrated from Lemuria from the late Credo Mutwa. Others have also written extensively on Lemuria, and its connection with the black race, with Kemet (Egypt) and with Atlantis. One such individual is Drunvalo Melchizedek in his Flower of Life book series. James Churchward has also written on Lemuria. Watch this space. I think I’ll write an article on Lemuria today, this time featuring a fascinating migration story by the Hopi people of North America.

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