Sacred Confessions Of A Spiritualist!

Aborisha, Omo Oya Yansa

Tata Nkisi of Palo Mayombe

Spiritualist of Espiritismo

graveyarddirt:

’cause when i die
i don’t want to rest in peace
i want to dance in joy
i want to dance in the graveyards, the graveyards

and while i’m alive
i don’t want to be alone
mourning the ones who came before
i want to dance with them some more

Let’s dance in the graveyards.

(Dance In the Graveyards, Delta Rae)

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graveyarddirt:

Jump In the Line/Shake, Senora, by Harry Belafonte (from Beetlejuice)

you can talk about cha-cha, tango, waltz or the rhumba
senora’s dance has no title
jump in the saddle hold on to the bridle

— Harry Belafonte, “Jump In the Line/Shake, Senora”

We conjure the dead like true 80s-born pop culture mystics in this house.

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Purple and Black

www-spellmaker:

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Baron Samedi and Maman Brigitte are the master and mistress of life and death. They have the power of life, death, creation, and destruction. They are said to be the first man and woman buried in the cemetery making them the mother and father of the Ghede.

Baron Samedi is the one to carry…

rockofeyeblog:

Main altar at last night’s Fet Gede, put on by Manbo Maude and Soseyete Nago in Mattapan/Boston, MA.
This is just before the priye began. We were welcomed and encouraged to take pictures throughout the night—there was even a person photographing the whole party!

rockofeyeblog:

Main altar at last night’s Fet Gede, put on by Manbo Maude and Soseyete Nago in Mattapan/Boston, MA.

This is just before the priye began. We were welcomed and encouraged to take pictures throughout the night—there was even a person photographing the whole party!

near-quaad:

do u ever go to unfollow someone but then u see some rly good posts and u just kind of 

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you can stay

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for now

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themouseketeer:

ninjagiry:

can we talk about this lady please? How she was an elderly, single woman who literally left all of her property to her cats and how the artists could have just made her a stereotypical crazy old cat lady but instead they made her absolutely fabulous and graceful and she still twirls in front of her mirror like she’s pretending to be a princess at age 60/70/80-something?

If this relationship thing doesn’t work out for me, this is who I aspire to be.

themouseketeer:

ninjagiry:

can we talk about this lady please? How she was an elderly, single woman who literally left all of her property to her cats and how the artists could have just made her a stereotypical crazy old cat lady but instead they made her absolutely fabulous and graceful and she still twirls in front of her mirror like she’s pretending to be a princess at age 60/70/80-something?

If this relationship thing doesn’t work out for me, this is who I aspire to be.

(Source: maudit, via cruzan-confusion)

cruzan-confusion:

I think I’m gonna stop identifying as latin@ and just go with caribeñ@/x/o???

livingfortheapplausee:

lunar-lavender:

hollowsuzumi:

truebluemeandyou:

truebluemeandyouHow to Answer the Top 35 Asked Interview Questions. Reblogging one of my most popular posts with clearer images. Go to the link for the highest resolution.

How to Answer the Top 35 Asked Interview Questions from The Undercover Recruiter here. Posted for friends looking for jobs this summer. Unfortunately you may also be asked illegal questions and these are two pretty good articles here and here.

For the Weakness question, it’s ok to say something that trunks a weakness. If you do that, tell them what you do to work around it. This gives the impression that you can work around obstacles.

Ex: “I tend to not being able to focus on one project for more than a few hours. What I do now is I schedule different time blocks where each is designated to a project. This is really good because it also brings out my ability to multitask (switch from one thing to another and not get tripped up).”

Ex 2: “I’m not very comfortable around new people. I tend to close off to people. I volunteer at a stables as the assistant trainer, so I talk to a lot of people, so being nervous around new people is a huge obstacle there. To fix this, I try to make myself more approachable by smiling more. If someone walks in, I greet them cheerfully with a smile. People there respond nicely and smile back. They’re more likely to initiate a conversation with me. That makes me feel more comfortable with them and they are more comfortable with me.” NOTE: I had asked my interviewer if there was any interviewing skills I could improve on, he had remarked that I smiled a bit much, but since I told him I do that when I’m nervous, that it was alright. It’s a good habit for being around new people.

I hope the examples work. The interviewers know you’re not perfect, so don’t try and make them think that. It tells a lot about you if you can admit that you’re weak in an area and are able to fix it/work on it. They see a dedication to doing better and an ability to self-analyze. This means you can fix your work ethic (project, etc.) without having to be babysat. These are very good things.

If you have worked over your weaknesses, then tell them about it. If you don’t have a plan on

In case earlier Anon is still around: these are all solid gold recommendations.

Reference

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