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    Black People : You got Play?

    Good question. All work and no play leads to much stress :)
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    Black Relationships : Do Black Females ALWAYS look to mate and create with the best PROVIDERS?

    Christian concept? Ahhhh no. By text I would assume you mean written. If this is the case i don't know of any. However there are oral traditions like the Akan or Vodun who have oracles that warn there people to keep non-Afrikans out of their socities and culture. My question to you is how...
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    Black Relationships : Do Black Females ALWAYS look to mate and create with the best PROVIDERS?

    Yes. I have, its happen to me more times than i care to tell.
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    Black Relationships : Do Black Females ALWAYS look to mate and create with the best PROVIDERS?

    Ase. Mixing with non-blacks has NEVER been good for Black people and Afrikan culture. Traditional Afrikan societies have become a shell of their former selves as result of the adoption of foreign customs and mores.
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    Black Spirituality Religion : traditional African spiritual baths part 2

    We certainly do because if it continues to go in the way its going, Isese will be taken over by Whites.
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    Black Spirituality Religion : traditional African spiritual baths part 2

    Ekaaro Most Olorisha and Awos in the diaspora do not know Yoruba because they're religious. They tend to focus on rituals and oriki without overstanding the actual role of Isese. Going to Nigeria for initiations having no knowledge and information about the people town or city they're being...
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    Black Spirituality Religion : traditional African spiritual baths part 2

    Language is key to Overstanding any Afrikan culture and spiritual system. There is no way i could even think about being a better Awo without overstanding the language. At least the fundamentals.
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    Black Spirituality Religion : traditional African spiritual baths part 2

    Alright now :). What tradition and culture are you a shaman and Priestess in?
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    Black Spirituality Religion : traditional African spiritual baths part 2

    If you have the time and the inclination you can search the archives. Did you prepare herbs for the spiritual baths on your own?
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    African Traditional Religion : Can anybody reference the African Village??

    Be eni (yes) In fact there is no way other than casting merindilogun to ascertain what a divinity requires of you. On the website i provided there is an Ahosu (King) in the Vodun culture Daa Fawesagu who among other things performs Ipele Fa. He can do it without you being there.
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