African Traditional Religion : Spiritual to Material: African Art and Ritual of Divination

Barry Irving

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Some teachers may be "experts", yet most teachers are messengers of misinformation. "Initiated scholar"
that's a good one!. I do realize that there are some among us that have a thirst for the mystical and may do very well with a guide or tutor. To be an initiate usually means joining a "club" with rites and rituals, most always tells you that it's BS.
...thanks for the info...LOL...you don't know what you are talking about nor what I was talking about...Initiated and scholar are two subjective terms and I wasn't specific...BTW...Crown is the correct spelling...for you...try Cl--n...g'bye
 

Barry Irving

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Some teachers may be "experts", yet most teachers are messengers of misinformation. "Initiated scholar"
that's a good one!. I do realize that there are some among us that have a thirst for the mystical and may do very well with a guide or tutor. To be an initiate usually means joining a "club" with rites and rituals, most always tells you that it's BS.
...that um, crown...from where?
 

Barry Irving

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Have you been through Igbodu? Any insight into the names of paternal or maternal clan names and totems?
...I can answer that...his Igbodu is his childish, antagonistic "HEAD"...much gunk has been through "it". The only names he knows are the ones given to him as a gift from America to replace the "other" unnecessary names. Unnecessary because African is not who he is in spirit...He got changed somehow and wasn't a warrior, a Maroon, a rebel, so now he calls himself Crown...amazing!
 
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