The Earth Center’s goal for Meritah Projects is to protect humanity’s cultural legacy by assisting its traditional communities with sustainable development. In this Kemetic cultural renaissance, the diaspora must contribute their energies into maintaining the cultural integrity that has, for so long, preserved our Ancestral heritage. We are dedicated to developing several long-term projects throughout the continent of Meritah. These projects exist to solve the current problems facing the traditional communities and cultures on which we depend. In addition, they develop stable resources and the opportunity for individuals in the diaspora to properly reassume their position in Kemetic culture.
Kings are responsible to the well being of their community. Without Kings a community is weakened. Today kingships suffer disconnection between themselves specifically with communications. Help us support kingships in Meritah.Support This Project
Water a basic necessity of life. In the remote places of Africa, communities depend on wells for cooking, bathing, washing clothes, and drinking. Help us support these communities by building more wells or fixing wells that we have build in the past.
Farming is very essential to the well being of all within a community. Food grown is harvested and consumed by the whole community. Help us support farming with purchase and working of new land in Africa.Support This ProjectSupport This Project
The healing center is a special project that helps to create a centralized place for healers and herbs to be focused. Today many people use the center to help heal their spirits, minds, and bodies. Help us expand out current center or with repairs.
Traditional customs are rooted in the preservation of life. It is very important for the survival of traditions which serves to protect and preserve the good in us. Donations to this project will go to the needs of schools, and the protecting of ancient artifacts.
Every year a group of students across the world come to the content and live with the elders and their villages. We get people whom want to come along during that time. Much is needed to host all the guest as well as insure safe travels.Support This ProjectSupport This ProjectSupport This Project