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AP Wheeler
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A lover of all which unites us



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I am a Reniessence African Man (RAM), Infopreneur, import/ exporter, writer, artist, lecturer, African Metaphysician, and Green IT Consultant.



BevNiz
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I come from a family that has practiced Hoodoo for many generations. I'm also a practitioner of Ifa.

Blacktalon
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I'm 33, began learning Hoodoo two years ago from Papa Ce. looking to learn more and connect with others



Bro Enisoto
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I am a Good Brother to All Afrikan People.


What tradition do you practice? How were you introduced to it?

Isese. I was introduced to it when I received a Ifa reading from a group that went by New Afrikan Vodun. Would like to learn more about Hoodoo.


Busi88
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Want to learn how to connect more with my ancestors and embrace my culture as an African American
What tradition do you practice? How were you introduced to it?

Hoodoo; through studying traditional spirituality in South Africa


Cimbra Canasta
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The tradition i practice is that of Palo Maiombe, the branch of briyumba and the trunk of .....
What tradition do you practice? How were you introduced to it?

Brama Con Brama


Debbie
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DeltaMoon
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I am in the continous struggle of trying to find me..



Dr. Katrina Hazzard-Donald
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Inobi Omogun obirin'bu, Katrina Hazzard-Donald, Ph.D. was born in 1948 and reared in Cleveland, Ohio.  She is the first generation of her family born outside of the "Blackbelt South".   She is a tenured professor at Rutgers University in Camden, N.J.  Having received both her masters and doctorate degrees from Cornell University.  

      She was trained in Hoodoo by Louise Isaac Johnson who was born in 1870 and died in 1972 at the age of 102.  Though her family is from Montgomery and Mobile, Alabama,with her Gullah fiance,she has spent a good amount of time in Gullah communities, namely "Buck Hall" and "Pineland" communities north of Charleston and Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.  

       In the 1960's she worked for Delta Ministry in the Mississippi Delta engaged in struggles against the various manifestations of "White Supremacy" and "white skin priviledge" which still exists in this country. 

      She is an initiated Iyalorisha of Ogun with the first hand of Ifa (ogun nakubia kobu kobu her head) with Oshun (obokule her feet). She is the author of an award winning scholarly book and numerous articles and book chapters.  She is widely sought after as a guest lecturer. She is the widow of Lathan Donald who was jailed for his role in the black struggles of the 1960's.

Her favorite quote is from Dr. John Henrick Clarke "I only argue with equals, all others I teach". 



Ejaka
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I LOVE TRADITION AND SPRITUAL ISSUES



Eje
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Daughter of Nature, The Universal Black Wombman. I am a desendant of a Hoodooist, Osun worshipers and an reincaration of my maternal side. I am a devotee of Ifa. I love to learn and laugh. Devoted to family and community building.

 

I am a healer, interpret dreams, readings and REmembering my other talents on a constant basis. 

 

www.sacrednature.webs.com



Francisco 7 Rays >>--o-x-o-x->
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