Kazembe Bediako was born in Georgetown, Guyana. Kazembe Bediako immigrated to the United States as a child.He received his Bachelors degree in English Literature from Bernard M. Baruch College (City University of New York)

where he completed his first novel (Breakfire! unpublished) and finished his first book of poems (Negril: Poetry for the Bold – out of print).

He also studied the Chinese classic text the I Jing and Daoist classic texts including the Huang Di Nei Jin and Tao Te Jing. Bediako was then introduced to African Cosmologics and Oracular Systems by his spiritual teacher, Ra Un Nefer Amen 1, world renown best selling author, lecturer, spiritual teacher, health practitioner and counsellor.

Bediako pursued Masters Degree programs in English Literature, Policy Analysis, Health and Mental Hygiene Administration.

Bediako also has an advanced degree in the Japanese Martial Arts System of Aikido. In addition, he completed advanced training in the Chinese healing system of Tai Qi. He taught Aikido, Qi Gong, Mediation and Yoga classes for three years.He lectures regularly on the Martial Arts circuit on Qi Gong healing

In 2003, Bediako began graduate studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) in New York City. He received a MSTOM Degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs from PCOM.

. Bediako is also a priest in the Ausar Auset Society, a Pan-African religious organization that has been providing Afrocentric based spiritual training to the African-American community and to African descendants in the Diaspora, as well as a social vehicle that allows for the expression of the spiritual values learned. The religious practices are based on the indigenous traditional African cultures dating from the earliest documentable periods (Kamit [ancient Egypt], Indus Kush [pre-Aryan Vedantic India], Canaan [Palestine], and Kush/Nubia [Ethiopia/Sudan], and revolve around the oldest religion known to mankind – the Ausarian religion of ancient Kamit. The Kamitic Tree of Life (Paut Neteru) forms the basis of the cosmogony (philosophy) of this ancient system.

In 2003, Bediako began graduate studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) in New York City. He received a MSTOM Degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs from PCOM.

In 2010 he published Behutet: The Warrior Within.

In 2011 he published Leaves of Life: Medicinal Plants of Guyana.

In 2012 he published Behutet: The Defeat of the Sebau. The sequel to Behutet: the Warrior Within

In 2013 He published Behutet: The Destruction of Man.

Mr. Bediako lectures regularly. Below are some of his recent lectures:

1, Title :  Writing FictionWrite Your Book and Publish and Market It.  Description: Access the tools necessary to hone your creative writing. Are you mired in writer’s block? Learn how to build your brand and solidify it. Acquire effective methods of publishing and marketing your completed novel.   Learn how to sell your books to non-bookstore markets.  Every year, more books are sold to buyers in market segments outside of bookstores. These include buyers for supermarkets, gift shops, corporations, associations, schools and many more. Are you getting your share of these sales?  Learn how to find new markets, attract new users for and increase your sales and profits. October 12, 2014

2. Title: "The Effects of Qi Gong, Meditation and Vegan Diet on Managing Hypertension." Description: Qi Gong practice is considered a very effective and safe way to assist in keeping the blood pressure within a healthy range: This paper and lecture examine the role that  vegan diet, meditation, qi gong practice and lifestyle play in controlling blood pressure. November 11, 2012

3. Title: "Holistic Herbal Approach to Common Ailments." Description:  In the West the active components of herbs and other plants are often synthesized for use as medicine but in TCM the herbs are used whole, either powdered and taken in capsules or, more often, infused in water and enjoyed as tea. Herbs in their natural form are often less harmful than synthesized versions as chemicals will be present which can aid the main action of the herb and help the body deal with its effects, thus boosting effectiveness and minimizing side effects. Herbs are also used to supplement the diet to prevent disease and aid health.June 30, 2011

4. Title:"Healing Meditation for Black Men." Description:When it comes to healing, the Black man is the forgotten one. The Black male in today’s society continues to be at risk on a variety of important sociocultural and health issues, which impact negatively on his life, and on the lives of his family, friends, and community. Come and learn the fundamental principles that govern the Black Man’s physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. This lecture and workshop presents Western and TCM prescriptions to establish and maintain the vitality and harmony of the elements of one's life force. This paper also explores holistic herbal prescriptions to assist in maintaining such vital functions for health and longevity affecting black men.June 30, 2012

5. Title: "Community Acupuncture in a Urban Black Community Setting." Description:  Acupuncture is an ancient model of healing that has been around for at least 2,500 years. Acupuncture works with the use of needles, moxa sticks or finger pressure to stimulate the body’s ability to heal.  When Practiced within a community setting acupuncture is able to reach and health those who would not normally have access to it because of financial reasons since only some insurance companies offer partial payment schemes. Feb 4, 2012

6. Title. "Traditional Chinese Medicine's Guide To Male Health." Description:  Unfortunately, we are confronted with the reality that men of color live with a tremendous amount of pain, are demeaned and devalued in a system that rewards wealth and values some people over others, die early and do not enjoy of benefits of health that other racial groups live to enjoy. January 6, 2012 

7. Title: "Traditional Chinese Medicine's Guide to Female Health." Description: Why gynecology is so important?  No matter what treatment is there’s a close relationship between the endocrine, neurological and psychological.  Most systemic diseases in women affects the menstrual cycle.  September 8, 2011

8.Title: "Nei Kung Qi Gong - Power Building Exercises." Description:  This system, known as Nei Kung, has been organized, refined and handed down through several thousand years of Chinese tradition. It was developed and practiced mostly by early Taoists. It predates the Yellow Emperor period (2696 - 2598 B.C.), the beginning of Chinese written history. From this period we have related literature that includes meditation, internal organ massage, acupressure and acupuncture.These exercises or postures can be performed by anyone at virtually any age. They have been designed to develop your natural assets. Your body is a highly sophisticated machine.  Nei Kung will keep it tuned so that it will operate at optimum levels of efficiency. Nei Kung deals specifically with the flow of energy in the body. You will feel this energy almost instantly if these exercises are done correctly... November 22, 2003