Live innerview with High Priest Kwatamani, with back in the day documentation: ANKH, UJDA, SENEB (LIFE, STRENGTH, HEALTH): “LET FOOD BE THY MEDICINE,” AN EPISTEMIC EXAMINATION ON THE GENEALOGY OF THE AFRICANA HOLISTIC HEALTH TRADITION, WITH PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS IN THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, 1967 TO THE PRESENT by Heru Setepenra Heq-m-Ta.
Among the numerous river valley civilizations of the garden culture, the one that stands at the forefront as the mother culture is ancient Kemet because of the far-reaching influence, extensive artifacts and treasures, and lasting cultural distinctions of these Divine Children of the Sun, p.75.
Research confirms what is clear within sacred ancestral memory:
…The libraries of Kemet were not only places of archives, sacred words, papyrus manufacturing, and the like, they were also centers of learning, that combined the functions of their libraries and temples into universities. Hence Kemet became a land of temples, libraries, and universities. As a result, the “temple-library-university” became the key center of ancient Kemetic intellectual and spiritual activity, p. 80, from THE PROPHETIC 12,594-YEAR BENU CYCLE: ENCODING THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF HIGHER PEACE THROUGH THE DIVINE UNION OF MASCULINE AND FEMININE ENERGY BOOK 1
Within recorded history, the first civilizations emerged in river valleys where waterways and seasonal flooding enriched the soil creating fertile black lands for planting and harvesting. The fertile soil and fresh water supply for irrigating crops provided an economic food base for these River Valley Civilizations which are the roots of the Sacred Garden Culture from which we come.