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This is a photo of indigenous Egyptians (Kemetyu) celebrating in front of Rameses the Great’s Temple of Millions of Years (Abu Simbel). They perfectly demonstrate the variation of phenotypes within the African race of Pharaonic Kemet. Such variation is not limited to Kemet, but common in other African countries, like Chad, Mali, Eritrea, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Mauritania, Somalia, Uganda, and Niger. Keep this photo in mind when you look at the painted artifacts of Kemet because this is what they looked like.
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A man earns his living in the streets of Peshawar by writing letters for the illiterate. 1928.
Yemaya is considered the mother of life, the universal mother model. Her skirts of seven flights announce the birth of man and the gods. “Queen of thet sea”, mother of the Orishas and mankind. Queen of witches and all that lives under the sea. Her compassion is a healing force that rescues the faithful of all their problems. Yemaya also governs the powers of regeneration. Yemaya’s typical offerings are fruits and molasses. Yemaya lives and reigns in the seas and lakes. She also mastered motherhood in our lives and is the Mother of All. Her name, a shortened version of Yeye Omo Eja means “Mother whose Children are the Fish”, a name that reflects the fact that Yemaya’s children are countless. -Ashe..
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Today in Solidarity: Brazilians Against Police Brutality! (8.24.14)
solidarity in brazil!