The Death Card

Metaphorically speaking, I’ve died a million times. My words will find a limitations today. The way I feel is indescribable but I will do my best. This morning, I couldn’t gather whether or not I’m feeling emotional due to my cycle approaching, my recent spiritual awakening via IIKDS, my age‚Ķ

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Morning. Of. The. Third. Bath.

Dad was an amazing man in my eyes although he gave everything to his wife,(not mom), as he should? He followed me after he transitioned/passed; I perceived due to a series of regret. He knew to do better for my elder siblings and I but he did not. I assured…

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Dreams

I received two really fascinating dreams early this morning. They both put a lot in perspective for me as far as moving forward into my indigenous studies without fear and the other dream pertained to business. I’ve never experienced so many dreams in my life with almost absolute recall. I’m‚Ķ

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Several Seats Diva

Hello, and welcome to another exciting shift. Ive been away attempting to figure out what exactly happened to me in the last year. I couldn’t understand why I couldn’t write for several months. The universe was preparing me to have several seats. I’m reflecting on the decisions Ive made which‚Ķ

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Dr. Sebi’s Cookbook

This was shared with me, now I am sharing it with you. Here’s to our health. Welcome to a new way of eating and healthful living. This cookbook was designed especially for your transition from eating man-made to God-given foods. Consider it a journey. It is not always easy to‚Ķ

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Gateway 0 – The Altar

It has been a relatively awesome week. I’ve found many of my sisters. Where did they come from? The spiral I’m sure. We’re trekking this amazing path together. The path of self love. The path of healing through the womb. Diminishing the thoughts of old. Disregarding the thoughts which hindered‚Ķ

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“Quilombo” A Movie Review & Contribution by Chinedu Uzoma Amaefula, Indiana University-Bloomington

Carlos Diegues, dir. Quilombo. 1984. 114 minutes. Portuguese, Yoruba (with English subtitles). Amazon.com. $29.95. Carlos Diegues illustrates strength, primitive-spiritual consciousness, and a modus operandi thirst for physical and mental sovereignty amongst Brazilian maroons. Africans transported from Western Sub-Saharan Africa, the cinematographic drama takes place in 1650 on a sugar mill…

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Magic and the Supernatural in the African American Slave Culture and Society By Maura McNamara

Magic and the Supernatural in the African American Slave Culture and Society By Maura McNamara This paper was written for History 396.006: Transformation of the Witch of American Culture. The course was taught by Professor Carol Karlsen in Winter 2010. Although historians have previously explored the role of magic in…

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