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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Look What The Cat Manifested:


                     Man # 1               and....            Man # 2

Thursday, February 25, 2010

The Secret Spell

The world is hopeless
   and im powerless... im
    terrified... thats when i
     recreate my trafic lulaby


Tuesday, February 23, 2010

He love me more than pussy money weed






.....He love me more than pussy money weed
he feel me stronger than greed
i smile
and the answer to that prayer
waterfalls in the lonely spot
while the fire burns down low and the hurricane spins behind his eyes
the world turns and his breath feels fresh
near me

and me i dont mind if he start out broke

as long as his dick heart and mind straight

i can embrace the demons that he tried to fight and then tried to hide

and i

will never stain like apple juice on marble

because time stood still

and there i was




Sunday, February 21, 2010

Freya

Freya was a spectacular beauty known for her appreciation of romantic music and stunning floral arrangements. That was her softer side; she was also known as the goddess of war and death.

Freya and Od were wed, but soon after their wedding Od disappeared and all feared that he was dead, perhaps killed by the ruling deities for disobeying their orders.

Freya was distraught and cried tears of gold, but refused to accept that he was dead. Putting on a magical cloak made of falcon feathers that allows the wearer to fly across vast distances very quickly, she rose into the sky and searched all over the earth for him.

Indeed, Od had not died but had been banished and lost at sea. When Freya found him he had already degenerated into a sea monster. Hideous as he appeared, Freya stayed by his side and comforted him.

When someone stumbled upon the sea monster and killed him, Freya was enraged and threatened to take her revenge for the slaying the most noble of the gods. Fortunately it all worked out as Od was admitted to Valhalla even though he had not died in battle, and was allowed to have conjugal visits from Freya so that the two were never separated by his death.

(like Isis)

Freya's name was "The Lady" or "mistress", and the source of our name of the fifth day of the week, Friday. With her twin brother, Fryr ("The Lord"), these divine twins were the Norse deities of untamed nature.

Freya had many other lovers, although she deeply loved her consort Od. Her unbridled sexuality was legendary.

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Freya had left it a bit late to leave her friend's house to start home. The sun set, and it began to snow. Soon she was becoming disoriented and frost-bitten. Luckily she was found by four dwarves who rescued her and took her to their home. The dwarves were named "North, South, East, and West".

Freya volunteered to pay them for their hospitality and the four dwarves cheerfully agreed, saying that they would like to be repaid by having her sleep with each of them for one night. Freya wasn't at all interested and promptly declined.

Until . . .

She saw the incredibly beautiful necklace that they had just made. She had to have it and offered to return after the storm and pay for it in gold. They may have been dwarves, but they weren't stupid -- they told her it was not for sale at any price, but countered with an offer that they would be delighted to simply give it to her if she were willing to pay their price for her room and board during the storm.

When Freya returned home after the storm subsided, she was wearing the stunning "necklace of desire".


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In archetypal psychology, dwarves often represent the parts of self that we have neglected or even rejected.

The goddess Freya reminds us to explore and acknowledge all of our emotions, longings, and traits, even those we wish we didn't possess.


Ezili Dantò that Live

In the article, Bwa Kayiman, 2008, we learn: "Ginen Poze. All is calm in the collective African-Ayisyen soul because in spite of the imposed enslavement, hunger, repression, UN occupation and containment in povery, Haiti's wholesome Vodun culture, epistemology and psychology orders the life of the Haitian masses. The journey of the sun people continues. 80 to 200 thousand years out of Africa is a whole lot longer and makes 500plus-years of European conquest or even 1,000 years of Arab conquest seem fairly nanosecond minute." Some say the Taino-Ayisyen understood that, the Incas, Mayans and Aztecs too. But the sacred African Chronicles and Living African Libraries still in existence evidence how Africans are used to studying one great sun/lunar cycle of 29 or


Marguerite Laurent/Ezili Dantò

so thousand years know the Ancestors line goes too far back to eternity to erase. Ginen poze. Death doesn't scare the African, only how one lives and the energies (values/principles/ archetypes) one allows to mount and be extended. Haitians are an ancient people as old as Vodun. This generation of Haitians are in the process of reclaiming the Haitian narrative..."

http://open.salon.com/blog/ezili_danto

Monday, February 15, 2010

Juba


Today's featured article



Master Juba (c. 1825 – c. 1853) was an African American dancer active in the 1840s. He was one of the first black performers in the United States to play onstage for white audiences and the only one of the era to tour with a white minstrel group. Master Juba frequently challenged and defeated the best white dancers. In 1848, he is said to have traveled to London and became a sensation in Britain because of his unique dance style. Nevertheless, an element of exploitation followed him through the British Isles, with writers treating him as an exhibit on display. Juba subsequently faded from the limelight and died in 1852 or 1853. He was largely forgotten by historians until a 1947 article resurrected his story. Existing documents offer confused accounts of Juba's dancing style, but it was likely to have incorporated both European folk steps with African-derived steps used by plantation slaves. Blackface clowns and minstrels adopted elements of his style, which enhanced the authenticity of their performances. By impacting blackface performance, Juba was highly influential on the development of such American dance styles as tap, jazz, and step dancing. (more...)




Yea so that means he died at 28.

Tonite I look conservative chic
















Love Letter to my Bladder

Dear Bladder,

I love you. Saying your name in capital letter feels like my eyes filling with tears. I feel so touched. I feel so grateful to you. I love how you pee. Peeing feels magical. I feel like I'm Coyote putting out the fire. Hissss. I feel like I'm feeding the earth and in touch with the fairies when I pee in the bushes. Yes I love you.

I love how you have my back. How you can hold my pee for so long with no problems. And I want to treat you well. I don't want to make you hold pee for so long when not needed. I promise I will take care of you. I promise I will prioritize your peeing. So that you can trust me. Like now. I will go pee rather than hold it with my legs crossed until I finish this entry. Yes I hear you!

See! And thank you!

I feel so bad that you got sick! I want you to be healthy! I want to take care of you! I promise I will stop when my urethra hurts... I feel scared! I feel scared it can hurt so easily! I promise I will stop and I feel scared in my tummy bladder!!

I want to feel good about it! I promise I will stand up for you! I Will stand up for you and make sure you feel wonderful bladder!

Thank you for being my bladder! You are the best! You rock!

And I love you!

Love ALWAYS AND FOREVER AND ALWAYS AND FOREVER AND NEVER EVER WANT TO LOSE YOU , K?

DARIA

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Jola

The Jolas have a concept of one God that they associate with the natural phenomena like sky, rain, and the year. They call this one god Emit (God) or Ata Emit; literally, "To Whom Belong The Universe" or "The Master-Owner Of The Universe". (See article J. David Sapir) However, like any other religion, the Jolas have charms or sacred forests and sacred lands which they honour and with which they communicate (not worship). These supernatural spirits can protect their families, their villages, and their rice fields; and can even protect them from conversion to Islam and Christianity. The spirits are called Bakin or Eneerti (Mandinka Jalang). Unfortunately people[who?] who don't understand how Jolas pray and relate to their God think that the Jolas have no God but rather spirits, because they offer sacrifices to the Bakin. But a Jola knows the difference between his/her God (Ata Emit) and the Bakin. Jolas are also able herbal medicine practitioners. Their high adaptation to the nature and environment allowed them to be able to create musical centred civilisation, natural medicine centred civilisation, and most important of all, rice cultivation centred civilisation which they do effectively by using a locally made farming tool called the kajando.

Like most of the indigenous ethnic groups of the Senegambian region-- the Baga, the Serere, the Balanta, the Konyagi, etc.-- the Jola ethnic group did not develop a political scale that expanded beyond village level compared to ethnic groups that migrated to the region like the Sonikes and the Mandingos. But this does not mean they did not develop a sophisticated political system. The egalitarian nature of their societies (rare in most societies), structured around the limited village environment gave them the possibilities to develop a political system based on collective consciousness, which they worked through their initiation rites. In a sense the Jolas' political achievement in the village was socialism. It was totally tied to their religious belief in the Bakin. This political achievement is not easy to reach if the society that runs it does not have well-defined rules of administration and penalties.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jola_people