Black Spirituality Religion : Voodoo Priestess

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  1. panafrica

    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Blaklioness Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thanks for sharing that link Brother Pan....interesting information indeed...
     
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    kente417mojo Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Very interesting information. I've always been interested in learning "about" voodoo, because I've always felt it was probably getting a bad name because people don't understand about it. You know how that goes, especially growing up around people who believe the only way to live is by the bible and Jesus Christ. Anything else is satanic and evil. This article shows a different side of voodoo. Thanks pan.
     
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    Voodoo may be one of the forms of pre-colonial spirituality in Africa that is untainted by modern dogma,great post.
     
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    I happen to be very close friends with a Sister who is part Black, part Black foot, who is a priestess and a child of Mamiwata.

    She currently lives in Guinea, where she met her husband. They now have one son.

    HOTEP
     
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