Menuhati began his journey as a student of black studies while attending college. Though he was intrigued by the information gained through his professors, it was evident to him that he would not find the answers he was looking for in his text books. After all, how could one accept this information as truth, when it was written by the same people that colonized his ancestors in the first place? Through his yearning to seek knowledge of self and the guidance of those who had his best interest in mind, Menuhati was able to study and learn about African culture and spirituality from the perspective of his ancestors.
Menuhati was later given the first of many opportunities to travel to Africa, where he would learn first hand by emerging himself into the culture. Menuhati has traveled to, Burkina Faso, Togo, Benin & Ghana; just to name a few. On the continent of his ancestors he was able to practice under various priest; participating in ceremonies, rituals, medicines, and daily activities carried out by his ancestral brothers and sisters. He has also visited various temples,priesthoods, King-ships and festivals throughout West Africa.
Menuhati has experienced first hand, the unity among African culture and the simplistic lifestyle that keeps everyone in alignment with nature and spirituality. This has given him a drive and passion to teach those in the US. To bring like-minded individuals together to embrace their history and reclaim their culture. He strives to bring core values such as, community, respect, pride and power back into the black neighborhoods of San Diego, where he was born and raised. Along with many other black communities in the diaspora.