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Ausar Auset Society
TypeReligious / Spiritual
HeadquartersBrooklyn, New York, USA
Shekhem Ur Shekhem
Ra Un Nefer Amen

The Ausar Auset Society is a Pan-African spiritual organization founded in 1973 by Ra Un Nefer Amen.[1]

It is based in Brooklyn, New York, with chapters in several major cities in the United States as well as international chapters in London, England, Toronto, Canada, Bermuda and Trinidad & Tobago. The organization provides afrocentric-based spiritual training to the African American community in particular and to the African diaspora in general.

Organizational structure

Each Ausar Auset Society branch or study group replicates the society's structure established by Ra Un Nefer Amen in New York and falls under the leadership of either a Paramount King, Paramount Queen Mother, or Chief(tess) who has their own hierarchy of officials and autonomy over their respective region.

Some publications


  1. ^ Asante & Mazama (2005). Encyclopedia of Black Studies. Sage Publications. p. 104.