1. 22:27 13th Sep 2014

    Notes: 18875

    Reblogged from maknowsma

    ikantenggelem:

    Kiseiju Movie part 1

    Mysterious worm-like aliens fall from the sky. They penetrate through the ears or nose into human beings and live off their brain while dominating the body. Now with human appearance, the parasites live among humans.

    Cast Shota SometaniAi HashimotoEri FukatsuMasahiro Higashide

    Info , video

     
  2. 22:21

    Notes: 26065

    Reblogged from weblyra

    teamocorazon:

    s1uts:

    imdemetrialynn:

    britches-and-hose:

    imdemetrialynn:

    I think we all feeling his expression to this shit right now. lmao 

    I said I feel like him before I even scrolled down to see the rest of the post. We’ve been saying she’s mocking us but so many of you still don’t get it.

    shit is clear as day in their face though. I’ll never understand why some choose to be blinded. 

    Somebody kick her ass please

    this the dude expression i was talking about

     
  3. 22:16

    Notes: 2

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    thesunatmidnight2:

An early example of the travel-writing genre, William Bosman’s collection of letters, originally written in Dutch and first published in English in 1705, describes the geography and political and natural history of the coast of Guinea. This 1907 edition is presented as a facsimile of the 1705 version, retaining the original typography. Bosman (born in 1672) went to Africa at the age of sixteen in the service of the Dutch West India Company, and spent fourteen years on the Gold Coast. This collection of twenty letters, written to his uncle in the Netherlands, remains an important source of information about this area of west Africa in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Bosman’s accounts are highly descriptive, and his writings cover all aspects of the area, from its flora and fauna to its political, social and legal systems, its enterprising natives and its climate and diseases.

    thesunatmidnight2:

    An early example of the travel-writing genre, William Bosman’s collection of letters, originally written in Dutch and first published in English in 1705, describes the geography and political and natural history of the coast of Guinea. This 1907 edition is presented as a facsimile of the 1705 version, retaining the original typography. Bosman (born in 1672) went to Africa at the age of sixteen in the service of the Dutch West India Company, and spent fourteen years on the Gold Coast. This collection of twenty letters, written to his uncle in the Netherlands, remains an important source of information about this area of west Africa in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Bosman’s accounts are highly descriptive, and his writings cover all aspects of the area, from its flora and fauna to its political, social and legal systems, its enterprising natives and its climate and diseases.

     
  4. 22:15

    Notes: 269955

    Reblogged from weblyra

    radicalrebellion:

    nelaguilvr:

    iamchantaya:

    rhomeporium:

    A mother’s worst nightmare.

    She was preaching

    this gave me chills

    Black woman who lost her son just preached on systemic racism, antiblackness, Black ppls internalized self-hatred and white supremacy. 

    But some of y’all missed it 

     
  5. 22:14

    Notes: 3

    Reblogged from thelastdragontribute

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    thelastdragontribute:

Floyd Mayweather is big Last Dragon fan. #floydmayweather #thelastdragon #BruceLeroy

    thelastdragontribute:

    Floyd Mayweather is big Last Dragon fan. #floydmayweather #thelastdragon #BruceLeroy

     
  6. 22:12

    Notes: 9498

    Reblogged from cyascyas

    cavetocanvas:

    Carrie Mae Weems, You Became a Scientific Profile (top), An Anthropological Debate (middle), and And I Cried (bottom) from From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried,  1995–96. Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Copyright Carrie Mae Weems.

     
  7. 17:57

    Notes: 2192

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    madamedevereshideaway:

Disco diva
Photo of Omahyra Mota by Kayt Jones 

    madamedevereshideaway:

    Disco diva

    Photo of Omahyra Mota by Kayt Jones 

     
  8. 17:55

    Notes: 2080

    Reblogged from mentalalchemy

    (Source: yodiscrepo)

     
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    On the night of August 14th, 1791, the Slaves of Saint Domingue, today Haiti, came together under the leadership of a Hougan or Vodou priest from Jamaica, named Dutty Bookman for the organization of a secret meeting with the purpose of starting a revolution to put an end to slavery in the French colony. Bookman was sold by his British master to a French merchant because he was able to teach himself how to read and write, and also because he was caught on numerous occasions teaching other slaves how to do the same. Instead of putting him to death, as was the rules for such violations, he sold him. 
As many tend to believe Bois Caiman is not the name of the actual place where the Vodou ceremony took place, here’s why. Dutty Bookman although a powerful Vodou priest, was also an Islamist. As a sign of respect, the other slaves did not call him by his name, they called him Imam. meaning Islamic priest. So when organizing the ceremony, the slaves agreed to meet “Nan Bwa Kay Imam” in Haiti Creole, meaning in the woods at Imam’s house, then go to the grotto, where the greatest Vodou Ceremony would take place. Along with Mambo Cecile Fatiman, a notable Mambo or Vodou Priestess; Cecile Fatiman was the result of a rape; her father Louis Pierrot raped her mother, who was an African born slave. Bookman and Mambo Cecile Fatiman was able to assemble over one thousand slaves in the huge grotto.  The slaves gathered around a huge wood fire,  and Bookman began his famous speech.

"The god who created the sun which gives us light, who rouses the waves and rules the storm, though hidden in the clouds, he watches us. He sees all the white man does, the god of the white man inspires him with crime, but our god calls upon us to do good works. Our god who is good to us orders us to revenge our wrongs. He will direct our arms and aid us. Throw away the symbol of the god of the whites who has so often caused us to weep, and listen to the voice of liberty, which speaks in the hearts of us all."



The slaves were cheering, singing, clapping and dancing. Petro songs are loudly sung, Vèvès are drawn, drums are beaten with rage. Machetes, daggers in hands, they are calling on the darkest spirits of Mother Africa to come to their rescue. Mambo Cécile Fatiman,  suddenly got possessed by Erzulie 7 Kout Kouto, the most dangerous manifestation of Erzulie Dantor.  She drinks blood. She is dancing by the rhythm of the drums, and the slaves were singing along with her.

                                                                ” 7 kout kouto, 7 kout ponya
                                                     prete mwen ganmèl lan pou mwen al vomi san e.

                                                       Prete mwen ganmèl lan pou mwen al vomi san
                                                                          san mwen ape koule.


                                                 7 stabbings of knives, 7 stabbings of daggers.
                                      Lend me the ganmèl ( a deep carved wood recipient), so I can vomit blood
                                                          Lend me the ganmèl, so I can vomit blood,
                                                                                   My blood is running.

A black female wild pig is presented to her, in symbol of liberty. Liberty is suppose to be free and untamed, as is the wild pig. The ‘pig is stabbed 7 times and all participants soak their fingers in the blood, taking the oath to  ” Viv lib ou mouri” , ” Live free or die.”
The slaves that night, took the oath to fight the greatest fight in human history. The fight for liberty and equality.
Under the order of Bookman and Mambo Cécile Fatiman, the villages where the white French masters were staying, are to be burned to the ground and all white French men executed. The scene was horrendous. With Machetes, daggers, swords, knives, pieces of woods, they left behind no one except children and women. Neighboring villages that could not participate physically had taken the vow to poison their masters’ water supplies. In a period of 3 days, the greatest fight for human freedom in History was being fought to the bones in the sugar cane plantations in Haiti. Thousands of french men were killed, their heads had been cut off, and the plantations sat on fire. The famous northern plain, the most profitable in the colony, was in ruin. From Le Cap, the whole horizon was a wall of fire. The fire was so great, that the people of Le Cap could not distinguish nights and days. One writer from that time said, that one could clearly read at night, like the sun was in the sky, although the fire was miles away. The slaves destroyed tirelessly. They were seeking their salvation in the most obvious way, the destruction of what they knew was the cause of their sufferings. After 3 days of complete destruction and killings, the French Army stepped in to restore order. They capture Bookman and beheaded him. They displayed his head at the public place, with a sign underneath reading  “Bookman, Chef des Revolutions des Esclaves.” Bookman, Chief of the Slaves Revolution.” Mambo Cécile Fatiman, was never captured, she lived to be 112 years. She died from old age. Today both Mambo Cécile Fatiman and Bookman  are national heroes of Haiti.
Bois Caiman was a decisive point in mankind history. The point in time where the slaves, the Africans took their destiny in charge. No longer they wanted to suffer from the hands of the white men. A dream which Jean Jacques Dessalines, Haiti’s father of independence would immortalize, when he led the country to Independence on January 1st 1804; making Haiti the first Black Republic in the world, the first and only country in the history of mankind whose independence was a result of a successful slave rebellion and, the second Independent nation in the Americas, just 33 years after the US. Haiti also became the first country in the Americas to Constitutionally grants Its citizen Freedom and Equality for all regardless of race and gender.


                       -There cannot exist slaves on this territory, servitude is therein forever abolished. 
                                                               All men are born, live and die free.

                                                   -  All men, regardless of color, are eligible to all employment.

                        - There shall exist no distinctions other than those based on virtue and talent,
                                           and other superiority afforded by law in the exercise of a public function.

                                           -  The law is the same for all whether in punishment or in protection.

 Upon Independence, Haiti did not just become the first Black Republic, but Mother of Liberty and Equality for all.
http://www.hougansydney.com/bois-caiman.php

    On the night of August 14th, 1791, the Slaves of Saint Domingue, today Haiti, came together under the leadership of a Hougan or Vodou priest from Jamaica, named Dutty Bookman for the organization of a secret meeting with the purpose of starting a revolution to put an end to slavery in the French colony. Bookman was sold by his British master to a French merchant because he was able to teach himself how to read and write, and also because he was caught on numerous occasions teaching other slaves how to do the same. Instead of putting him to death, as was the rules for such violations, he sold him.
    As many tend to believe Bois Caiman is not the name of the actual place where the Vodou ceremony took place, here’s why. Dutty Bookman although a powerful Vodou priest, was also an Islamist. As a sign of respect, the other slaves did not call him by his name, they called him Imam. meaning Islamic priest. So when organizing the ceremony, the slaves agreed to meet “Nan Bwa Kay Imam” in Haiti Creole, meaning in the woods at Imam’s house, then go to the grotto, where the greatest Vodou Ceremony would take place. Along with Mambo Cecile Fatiman, a notable Mambo or Vodou Priestess; Cecile Fatiman was the result of a rape; her father Louis Pierrot raped her mother, who was an African born slave. Bookman and Mambo Cecile Fatiman was able to assemble over one thousand slaves in the huge grotto. The slaves gathered around a huge wood fire, and Bookman began his famous speech.

    "The god who created the sun which gives us light, who rouses the waves and rules the storm, though hidden in the clouds, he watches us. He sees all the white man does, the god of the white man inspires him with crime, but our god calls upon us to do good works. Our god who is good to us orders us to revenge our wrongs. He will direct our arms and aid us. Throw away the symbol of the god of the whites who has so often caused us to weep, and listen to the voice of liberty, which speaks in the hearts of us all."

    The slaves were cheering, singing, clapping and dancing. Petro songs are loudly sung, Vèvès are drawn, drums are beaten with rage. Machetes, daggers in hands, they are calling on the darkest spirits of Mother Africa to come to their rescue. Mambo Cécile Fatiman, suddenly got possessed by Erzulie 7 Kout Kouto, the most dangerous manifestation of Erzulie Dantor. She drinks blood. She is dancing by the rhythm of the drums, and the slaves were singing along with her.

    ” 7 kout kouto, 7 kout ponya
    prete mwen ganmèl lan pou mwen al vomi san e.

    Prete mwen ganmèl lan pou mwen al vomi san
    san mwen ape koule.



    7 stabbings of knives, 7 stabbings of daggers.
    Lend me the ganmèl ( a deep carved wood recipient), so I can vomit blood
    Lend me the ganmèl, so I can vomit blood,
    My blood is running.

    A black female wild pig is presented to her, in symbol of liberty. Liberty is suppose to be free and untamed, as is the wild pig. The ‘pig is stabbed 7 times and all participants soak their fingers in the blood, taking the oath to ” Viv lib ou mouri” , ” Live free or die.”
    The slaves that night, took the oath to fight the greatest fight in human history. The fight for liberty and equality.
    Under the order of Bookman and Mambo Cécile Fatiman, the villages where the white French masters were staying, are to be burned to the ground and all white French men executed. The scene was horrendous. With Machetes, daggers, swords, knives, pieces of woods, they left behind no one except children and women. Neighboring villages that could not participate physically had taken the vow to poison their masters’ water supplies. In a period of 3 days, the greatest fight for human freedom in History was being fought to the bones in the sugar cane plantations in Haiti. Thousands of french men were killed, their heads had been cut off, and the plantations sat on fire. The famous northern plain, the most profitable in the colony, was in ruin. From Le Cap, the whole horizon was a wall of fire. The fire was so great, that the people of Le Cap could not distinguish nights and days. One writer from that time said, that one could clearly read at night, like the sun was in the sky, although the fire was miles away. The slaves destroyed tirelessly. They were seeking their salvation in the most obvious way, the destruction of what they knew was the cause of their sufferings. After 3 days of complete destruction and killings, the French Army stepped in to restore order. They capture Bookman and beheaded him. They displayed his head at the public place, with a sign underneath reading “Bookman, Chef des Revolutions des Esclaves.” Bookman, Chief of the Slaves Revolution.” Mambo Cécile Fatiman, was never captured, she lived to be 112 years. She died from old age. Today both Mambo Cécile Fatiman and Bookman are national heroes of Haiti.
    Bois Caiman was a decisive point in mankind history. The point in time where the slaves, the Africans took their destiny in charge. No longer they wanted to suffer from the hands of the white men. A dream which Jean Jacques Dessalines, Haiti’s father of independence would immortalize, when he led the country to Independence on January 1st 1804; making Haiti the first Black Republic in the world, the first and only country in the history of mankind whose independence was a result of a successful slave rebellion and, the second Independent nation in the Americas, just 33 years after the US. Haiti also became the first country in the Americas to Constitutionally grants Its citizen Freedom and Equality for all regardless of race and gender.


    -There cannot exist slaves on this territory, servitude is therein forever abolished.
    All men are born, live and die free.

    - All men, regardless of color, are eligible to all employment.

    - There shall exist no distinctions other than those based on virtue and talent,
    and other superiority afforded by law in the exercise of a public function.

    - The law is the same for all whether in punishment or in protection.

    Upon Independence, Haiti did not just become the first Black Republic, but Mother of Liberty and Equality for all.
    http://www.hougansydney.com/bois-caiman.php

     
  10. 16:24

    Notes: 521

    Reblogged from artisticxhangover

    morbid-eleganza:

William Mortensen


Death To Caesar Borgia

“The god who created the sun which gives us light, who rouses the waves and rules the storm, though hidden in the clouds, he watches us. He sees all the white man does, the god of the white man inspires him with crime, but our god calls upon us to do good works. Our god who is good to us orders us to revenge our wrongs. He will direct our arms and aid us. Throw away the symbol of the god of the whites who has so often caused us to weep, and listen to the voice of liberty, which speaks in the hearts of us all.”
Dutty Bookman  
 Bois Caiman Ceremony

    morbid-eleganza:

    William Mortensen

    Death To Caesar Borgia

    “The god who created the sun which gives us light, who rouses the waves and rules the storm, though hidden in the clouds, he watches us. He sees all the white man does, the god of the white man inspires him with crime, but our god calls upon us to do good works. Our god who is good to us orders us to revenge our wrongs. He will direct our arms and aid us. Throw away the symbol of the god of the whites who has so often caused us to weep, and listen to the voice of liberty, which speaks in the hearts of us all.” Dutty Bookman Bois Caiman Ceremony