Sunday, July 6, 2008

Rethinking Solar: Giving Power Back to the People - Mut Seshatms Revisits the Trenton-Ewing Region for BOOST GSS-SET - Saturday, July 12

"A Spiritual Scientist assisting in the re-discovery, restoration and maintenance of the cosmic harmony of universal law of our physical beings in alignment with the universal energies engulfing our homes, land, cities, countries and earth." - - House of Life's (Per Ankh's) Mut Seshatms (pronounced Moot Sa-shat-miss) was an electrical engineer for over 20 years in the public and private sector with a Masters in Electrical Engineering. In the 1990’s upon completing her graduate degree, she formed and ran a company called Universal Engineering whom consulted African embassies about solar power energy solutions. She later entered the educational field as a certified teacher in mathematics. After healing herself from carpal tunnel, overweight, depression and female ailments, she officially became a certified holistic wellness consultant/educator and Kemet Priestess. She assists in teaching African Martial Arts, Mediation and Breathing Postures as well as the Mdw Netcher.

BOOST is very pleased to be able to offer residents of the state of New Jersey and beyond, an opportunity to learn and share knowledge and information with some of our brightest minds and most dedicated social servants. On Saturday, July 12, BOOST presents part 2 of its Green, Smart, and Sustainable Stakeholder Education and Training series of public awareness forums and community capacity building workshops. This event is free to the public and take place on Saturday, July 12, from 11am until 5pm at Simply Natural Living at Serenity Plaza, located at 1505 Parkway Avenue in Ewing New Jersey. Please RSVP by calling (206) 202-2883 or emailing

Building Open Opportunity Structures Together's founder and and executive director, Tim Razzaq - and many residents of Trenton (New Jersey) know Seshatms from her involvement with the independent Afrakan school in Trenton - The Garvey School - as a curriculum writer and lead science & math instructor. Additionally, Mut Seshtms' husband, Bro. Hassan - as he is affectionately known - has been an educator and martial arts instructor for many years in Trenton and together, he and his wife own Black Gold Sacred Living Per Ankh (House of Life).

House of Life is a privately owned company that specializes in providing educational and consulting services in the areas of indigenous ancient African culture, holistic wellness and sustainable living. It comprises of two companies and their subsidiaries that began in 1978 and has expanded as of 2007: Black Gold Kultural Treasures, Sacred Living, Jhuty Heru Neb Hu Per Ankh (House of Life), 501 (c) 4, non-profit organization and Kash Kmt Universal Sustainable Harmony Per Ankh (House of Life) 501 (c) 4, non-profit organization.

Based in Montclair, New Jersey with a studio in Harlem, New York, the education, training, consulting and services provided are geared to empower the individual for self-mastery of one’s body, mind and spirit of one’s self, home, earth and universe through one’s seven senses of smell, sight, sound, taste, touch, intuition and willpower using the five elements of ether, air, fire, water and earth.

A new approach for solar energy for homes is their latest upgrade in sevices. Mut Seshatms says, "It is time to rethink solar and give the power back to the people. Solar power can give electric power back to the people in an easy, affordable and dependable way without an expensive purchase. The community will learn how Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems can be designed with no over- engineering, so they receive 100% of their needs. What’s more, performance is guaranteed and there are no maintenance fees. Adopting solar has never been so easy. A solution to avoiding those never ending rate increases. Everyone can be empowered to be part of the solution by committing to practical and useful energy sustainable tips whether they switch to solar or not. Our community will re-discover that solar energy and energy sustainable tips are safe, smart and proactive solutions to cleaner energy, a healthier body and home, a livable environment and a sustainable planet."

She joins Fairleigh Dickenson University's Sustainable Business Incubator's "Entrepreneur in Residence", Jonathan Cloud, who will conduct a presentation entitled, "Opportunities in Green Business and Eco-Entrepreneurships", Christine G. Ritter, Program Administrator for the Science Education Program of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) who will present, "Unveiling the Hidden Opportunities for Middle and High School Students: Career Paths in the Sciences", and Mercer County Community College Professor Alvyn Haywood. Prof. Haywood will continue his highly regarded film viewing and community discussion, "Introducing Abraham - The Secret behind 'The Secret': The Art of Allowing."

We invite everyone from all backgrounds and interests to join us and learn how we can work together to build a sustainable future for the citizens of New Jersey. This event is free to the public and take place on Saturday, July 12, from 11am until 5pm at Simply Natural Living at Serenity Plaza, located at 1505 Parkway Avenue in Ewing New Jersey. Please RSVP by calling (206) 202-2883 or emailing

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