Dr. Phillip Valentine, DCN; DHS; DMpS
aka: Hry Snw Djhwty Sa Khw-Ra Mhtp
Title: Hm Ntr-Nb Hr Ssht; Npw Ndjty Sbk
Doctor of Classical Naturopathy-Hygienic Science; Grand Master of the KeMetaphysical Sciences;
Minister: Ecclesiastical Jurisdictor (CN#-PT5102-864), as recognized at Public Law 94-583, 90 Statute 2892 – “Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations” (April 18.1961); A Founding Father of the “Conscious Community”; Meta-Historian; Clinical Hypnotherapist; Counselor; Secured Party Creditor; Polymath; Lecturer …
…Is the founder, director and pastor of the Temple of the Healing Spirit—Self-Healing Education Center, co-Founder of the University of Kemetian Sciences – Institute for Self-Mastery, and just recently, Whole Wellness Live. A certified member of the International Association of Counselors and Therapists (I.A.C.T.), he received his doctorate in Hygienic Health Science and Classical Naturopathy from The Life Science Institute of Texas, now merged to the Fit for Life Sciences Institute—College of Natural Health in Canada. Dr. Valentine is also recognized globally as one of the Founding Fathers of the underground Metaphysical- Grass Roots “Conscious Community.”
A former member of the American Natural Hygienic Society, Dr. Valentine is currently a Hygienic Science and Metaphysical Health Consultant to doctors and lay practitioners as far away as Azania (South Africa), Canada, Australia, Kenya, Trinidad, Jamaica, Great Britain, Ghana, Japan and the Philippines.
For five years, Dr. Valentine served as co-director of the original Heal Thyself Natural Living Education Center in Brooklyn, and helped create, format, refine and teach the 21-Day Therapeutic Fasting /Juice Feasting Program — the first of its kind to become widely popular with New York’s African American community. He also inspired, co-created and helped develop the now popular “Sacred Woman” philosophy—protocols of life, health and metaphysical well-being for women, which led to the publishing of a wonderful book by the same name by Queen Afua.
Dr. Valentine established the former School of Arcane Sciences for advanced studies in metaphysics and the occult, and is best known for his ability to decipher and teach the subtlest principles of metaphysics and its application to health, healing, and everyday life, in ways that may be understood by both the advanced student and the beginner-apprentice.
Reverend Doctor Phillip Valentine has been an honorary guest speaker to the United Nations by invitation of the then Pan-African Congress of Azania (South Africa), where he spoke briefly on the future of health for Autochthones Americans and Africans at home and in the Diaspora. He was a committee member and advisor to the Pan-African Review for Scientific Research and Political Studies where he served as an honorary health consultant to its membership.
Dr. Nalani Valentine – Classical Naturopathy (CNHS) 3 and 4
Dr. Nalani Deborah Valentine, “The Happy Health Coach”, is the founder of New York’s Heal by Touch Oasis, Co-Director of the Self-Healing Education Center now headquartered in Heathrow, Florida, and Co-founder of The University of Kemetian Sciences Online.
Dr. Valentine received a Bachelor of Science in Education from Empire State College (Educational Psychology), a PhD in Hygienic Science from The Life Science Institute, and her Masters and Doctorate of Naturopathy from Clayton College of Natural Healing.
A nutritionist for more than 45 years, Dr. Valentine now dedicates herself to helping the Boomer generation reignite the fire within, and joyfully “get healthier as we grow…!” She has helped hundreds of people of all ages heal themselves, regain strength, energy and vitality through understanding the connection between the way we think, the food we eat, and the quality of our health.
In 1997, She healed herself of breast cancer, using the principles in her book, 7 Steps to Healing & Wellness, Using Essential Oils with the Kybalion as a Guide, which in 2010 was given the “Best New Health Book of the Year” award in the state of Virginia.
“I really enjoy seeing children and adults embrace a healthier lifestyle that incorporates regular exercise, higher, self-affirming thought patterns and the joy of eating clean and well!
Although her focus has been in the Health Sciences, Dr. Valentine is also a lover of languages. In 1976, She began her language career teaching English Language Arts, (ELA) and in 1987 became an Interpreter of American Sign Language (ASL). She has tutored and taught English and ASL to children from the Pre-School level through Middle and High School, as well as for several CUNY colleges, and at the Seymour Joseph Institute of American Sign Language, as well as the graduate level of their Sign Language Interpreting program.
Dr. Rkhty Amen- Mdw Ntr
Kemetologist, Linguist, Hmt-Ntr, and Director of the Institute of Kemetic Philology, wife and mother of three daughters. Rkhty Amen has taught Mdu Ntr for 30 years. Many of her students have become teachers of Medu Neter. She is a much in demand lecturer on various topics related to Kemet, and has lectured in the United States, Europe and Africa.
Dr. Rkhty is the author of several publications; among these are: The Writing System of Medu Neter, Kemetic Name Book, The Kemetic Calendar Project, A Life Centered Life Living MAAT, Mejat Wefa, Mdu Ntr Conversation Book, Journey of the Ba Mystery of Transformation – A Guide for Conducting Kemetic Funerals and articles published in The Journal of African Civilizations, among other journals. Her articles and papers are written on a variety of topics concerning Kemet including
comparative languages, Medu Neter, Women in Kemet, Kemetic Spirituality, the Kemetic calendar and the philosophy of translation. She is also a contributor to the ASCAC (Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations) African World History Project.
Dr. Rkhty is one of the cofounders of The Kemetic Institute in Chicago Illinois and of ASCAC , founder of The Institute of Kemetic Philology, and an instructor of Medu Neter for the University of Kemetian Sciences and for the Institute of Self Mastery.
Dr. Rkhty (Wimby) Amen studied Egyptian Hieroglyphs in the PHD program at the University of Chicago, Oriental Institute, Department of Near Eastern Studies. There, She studied under Dr. Edward Wente, Dr. Kalus Baer and Dr. Helene Kantor. However, as with any school experience, learning really began afterward. Rkhty also studied at the University of Illinois where she majored and received a degree in Linguistics. At the University of Illinois she studied Chinese, French, German and Hebrew, and went on to study Hebrew at Spertus College of Jewish Studies in Chicago Illinois. Furthermore, she has studied several African languages on her own.
Dr. Rkhty has translated two linguistic books by Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop from French into English. In the 1970s when the study of Kemet and Medu Neter first became accessible to African scholars, Rkhty was among a group of scholars at the Kemetic Institute, (including Dr. Jacob Carruthers) who began studying Medu Neter on their own.
Language learning is a life long endeavor and love for her. Dr. Rkhty is proficient in reading the ancient language of Medu Neter (ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs).
Dr. George X. Love
George Love, Jr., Doctor of Oriental Medicine and President of Love Chinese Medicine, is a Florida licensed primary care physician and Board Certified Acupuncture Physician since 1986.
He has engaged in the private practice of Herbology, Acupuncture, and Nutrition since January 1981. Dr. Love received a Bachelor of Arts 1966 and Masters In Biology degree from Temple University 1976. In 1982 he received a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine from the American College Sports Medicine. In 1986 he was licensed in the state of Florida as an Acupuncture Physician. He taught acupuncture at the Community school for Traditional Chinese Medicine from 1992-94 and from 1995-1999 he was Dean of the Chinese Medicine Program for Barna College of Health Science.
After George Xavier Love started his private practice he met Prof. John B.Y. Lee aka Li Bing Yuan, a Taoist scholar and Qigong master. He was accepted as a student and within three years he received his Oriental Medical Doctor degree in 1984 from the Beijing Longevity & Rejuvenation Institute in Virginia.
He began teaching Qigong classes for Master Lee in 1985. In 1994 Master Lee conferred upon him the lineage of his family Qigong. He was given the name Zhenwu and made the 13th lineage holder of Long Qing Qigong. As the lineage holder, he was asked to write a book and perform qigong healings that he called Meridian Qigong Therapy (MQT). The responsibility of being the lineage holder required him to teach and travel so that the formerly hidden knowledge would be securely planted in the West. Besides teaching in all 4 corners of the US he is an international lecturer. He has taught in London, Rome, Cairo, Belize, Jamaica, Bahamas, Toronto, Montreal, and Mexico.
Dr. Love was the co-Founder of The Kitchen Physician School of Natural Healing in Boca Raton from 1994-1999 and was the director of Amazing Herbs & Acupuncture from 1999 through 2003. From July 1989 through July 1994, Dr. Love was a director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Wellness Centers, as well as the founder of the S.H.I.E.L.D. Program For Psychoneuroimmunology for the treatment of HIV+. He has written ten books on Health and Nutrition from clinical experience.
Dr. Love is also a producer of several South Florida local radio shows, Of Mind & Medicine, The Natural Doctors, Your Herbal Medicine Chest and The Kitchen Physician. “Roots11 – the 411 on Herbs and Your Health” is his new Internet radio program on the Blogtalkradio.com network.
Dr. Love is a shaman is 3 different traditions. One from Morocco called the little blue death based upon the Egyptian mystery school system of death and resurrection in 1982. One from Togo by Durchback Akuete who initiated him in Mami Wata, a healing culture of West Africa in 1984. The third initiation was in Medicine wheel and Stone Lodge by Medicine Bear in 1986. In 1989 Dr. Love was initiated as a Kemetic priest by the Shrine of Ptah and in 1994 he was ordained as a priest of Imhotep by Dr. Wolde’ Kyte.
In 2011 Dr. Love started teaching the priesthood of Imhotep as a one-year training course. He has now opened the school internationally with his tour, “From Khemet to Tibet” with online courses and a live course starting in LA in October 2017.
Currently, Dr. Love is embarking on an “America Needs Qigong” tour in an effort to teach self-healing by unlocking Qi, which is pronounced “chee.” It means the energy or life-giving force that flows through everything in the universe. The word gong is pronounced “gung” and means a skill that is attained through consistent practice. These words together mean cultivating and creating energy.