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Anonymous said: LADY GAGA IS THE BEST

manhood:

AT BEING MEDIOCRE

witchpop:

illumahottie:

How Azealia release one song and both verses are harder than Iggy’s entire album full of songs????????

vandlo:

M.I.A. writing her album “Arular” - 2004 

vandlo:

M.I.A. writing her album “Arular” - 2004 

tyrabanksonabudget:

bn advert featuring cute black family

lazylxcc:

Tanto Metro & Devonte - Everyone Falls In Love Sometime

Throwbacc !!

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thaibrator:

mariah carey and ariana grande getting in a fight

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majiinboo:

the concept of masculinity is so fragile. Sucking dick and taking it up the ass makes you a “man”, but God forbid you moan like a girl while doing it.

I just started Madoka Magica. This anime looks soooo deep.


Azealia Banks defending Nicki Minaj back in 2012.

Azealia Banks defending Nicki Minaj back in 2012.

the-goddamazon:

I actually like having a job and making money. I actually love paying my bills on time and feeling productive.

ourafrica:

I’m so upset, angry and just completely disgusted about this story!


Matthew Durham, 19, allegedly confessed to sexually assaulting several children at an orphanage in Kenya, police said. (Credit: KFOR)

An Edmond teenager faces a possible life in prison sentence after authorities say they learned about shocking crimes he allegedly committed on an African mission trip.

The suspect was volunteering at a Kenyan children’s home when he allegedly raped and molested a number of young children.

According to court records, 19-year-old Matthew Durham confessed to raping several young girls, forcing some boys to perform oral sex on him and even making other kids watch.

“This is a young man in our community that made choices to exploit children in an orphanage,” said United States Attorney Sanford Coats. “It’s a true tragedy all the way around.”

The 19-year-old suspect traveled overseas with a group called Upendo.

Upendo is an organization that assists neglected Kenyan kids by providing food, housing, clothes and religion.

While Durham volunteered to travel overseas several times over the last two years, on his last visit, the criminal complaint alleges, “Durham requested to stay at the children’s home in an ‘overflow bunk’ rather than at an offsite facility.”

During that visit, several alleged victims claimed Durham “often touched them in a sexual manner or told them to touch themselves while he watched.”

Once confronted, Durham allegedly came clean.

“A caretaker at the orphanage noticed something wasn’t right and confronted Mr. Durham. He admitted to some of the acts,” said Coats.

The affidavit continues, “The victims are believed to be both boys and girls between the ages of four and nine, at least one of whom is HIV positive.”

Prosecutors say while the alleged sex crimes were committed overseas, Durham can be held accountable for the crimes in Oklahoma.

Durham is being held without bond.

Anonymous said: Could you Please help explain the difference between espiritismo and Santeria cause I know one is like conferring with a medium, etc. have you had any supernatural experiences through Santeria ? And what are the 21 divisions ?

gelopanda:

This is probably going to be long, and I’m probably only going to touch the surface, if that, on what these traditions are. So here goes. Please don’t believe that these simplistic answers explain the intricacies of these traditions, because they won’t.

Espiritsmo, Santeria and 21 Divisions are three different religious traditions. There are several religious traditions that evolved in Latin America namely the Caribbean, and Brazil Many of the religious traditions are African in origin. Here’s a brief blurb about the three I’ve grown up with.

Espiritismo is a religious tradition that believes people are able to communicate and work with spirits. Much of Espiritsmo, Espiritismo Cruzado and Mesa Blanca (another very similar tradition, some people say they’re the same but I believe they have key differences) uses the teachings of Allan Kardec, a French spiritist who was able to write down very useful techniques in conducting communication with spirits. We have the belief that everyone has spiritual guides, and a spiritual court which consists of ancestors, and spirits that are not ancestors.

This tradition is NOT Santeria, it is NOT 21 Divisions, it is NOT Vodou. Although a person may be involved with all three traditions (and possibly more)

Santeria is specifically Yoruba in Origin, and developed in the Caribbean (namely Cuba) with a combination of indigenous and to some extent, European influences. the most part of the religion is Yoruba. Here, we believe that The supreme God and the deities known as Orishas are present. Each Orisha has a specific role in nature, and are in charge of different forces. People are able to communicate with the ancestors (very important in Santeria) and with the Orishas to understand their place in the world, and how to understand God’s (Olodumare) will. This tradition is very initiatory and there are roles people play in their communities.

21 Divisions/ Dominican Vudú is a form of Vodou similar to Haitian Vodou that is west African ( Fon, Dahomean, Kongo, Yoruba, and other African ethnic groups) i believe mostly Dahomean and Fon.
Haitian Vodou and Dominican 21 divisions can be seen as the same, because 21 divisions is thought to be from one of the first and oldest schools of Vodou on the island. There are houses on both parts of the island that are derived from this particular Tcha Tcha lineage.
But they are different as they evolved to fit the culture and society.
Taino and Catholic beliefs are also very important.
The fundamental belief of Vudu is the belief in the supreme god, and the deities called Loas/ Misterios. People learn to work with the Misterios, seek guidance, and healing.

Although similar, Santeria and 21 divisions/ Vodou and all these other African derived religions with African deities, it is important to make sure we understand that a deity in one tradition is never the same in another. E.g. Papa Legba is not Eleggua. Even though they may have similar origins these traditions are separate and have their very specific way of worship.
These traditions should be known to be separate ones even though most people are involved with more than one.
These religions have faced lots of scrutiny because of white supremacy, but essentially, they are all traditions of resistance.

封印術・屍鬼封尽 Fūinjutsu: Shiki Fūjin.