At a young age, Chief Amachi became the first African-American to visit the village of Koako, Tamale (Northern Ghana) and gain access to African indigenous knowledge under the tutelage of Chief Apetor Buaru and other tribal African shamans.
For over 15 years, he has wholly dedicated his life to preserving and promoting West African and aboriginal teachings in the West. He founded the Indigenous Knowledge Studies (IKS) program which has now become the International Indigenous Knowledge and Development Society (IIKDS).
As the leader and founder of IIKDS, Chief Amachi executes his mission by creating credible apprentices of indigenous knowledge with the goal to establish modern-day wisdom keepers as self-sufficient practitioners of indigenous healing tradition. Apprentices are guided into a comprehensive understanding of nature observation, practical indigenous science and applications, divination, rituals for healing, protection and much more.
Chief Amachi is fully endorsed, blessed, and supported by the spiritual clans of Dagbon and ancient Spirits of the Wunonam (Gods of our ancestors in nature). He works diligently and tirelessly to fulfill his destiny as the Guardian of the African, and aboriginal sciences, providing spiritual assistance to people of all races and cultures, and supporting indigenous cultures across the globe.
Chief Amachi is dedicated to opening gateways to spiritual dimensions where passionate aspirants may become initiated into deep esoteric teachings and indigenous wisdom to improve their lives and help others where they never thought possible.