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: shun the water deity, I feel so late I remember learning about her in high school (on my own).but that pretty awesome that Beyonce basic her album on her experience in life but aligned it with African m mythology deity.

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Britain’s Biggest Secret - The Black Victorians. Who were the Black Victorians? Never before seen photos were uncovered, giving us over 200 images of glances into our past.

This is for the education of the negro and a shout out about why whites EARNED the name #CRAKKA

I never knew this. "The term "cracker" was what slaves called a white overseer who was quick to use the whip on an unsuspecting slave. The whip would make a cracking sound as it sliced through a.

Since Superman gets his powers from sunlight science suggest he should have dark skin.

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11 Legendary Monsters of Africa, link has many cool African monsters.

11 Legendary Monsters of Africa

Popobawa (meaning “bat-wing” in Swahili) is said to be a large, bat-like creature with one eye. It is said to stalk the men and women of Zanzibar, Africa, and surrounding islands. It is a shapeshifter, often taking the form of a human or animal.

Ancient mythology about african gods and godesses http://www.corespirit.com/ancient-mythology-african-gods-godesses/ Have a cultural & historical look at ancient legends, myths and stories to explore facts bout gods & goddesses of African region are associated with creation, nature, beauty, love, death, war, and destruction. Traditional African belief is overwhelmingly monotheistic. There could be...

Ancient mythology about african gods and godesses

Ancient mythology about african gods and godesses http://www.corespirit.com/ancient-mythology-african-gods-godesses/ Have a cultural & historical look at ancient legends, myths and stories to explore facts bout gods & goddesses of African region are associated with creation, nature, beauty, love, death, war, and destruction. Traditional African belief is overwhelmingly monotheistic. There could be...

THE AFRICAN UNICORN In 1890 stories of a mythical being looking as a cross between giraffe, zebra and a donkey reached Britain, the stories were dismissed as mere fantasy like the tales of the...

f Centaur Ranger wilderness spear Parrot friend desert steppe Illustration of a black okapi centaur with a hornbill friend. The okapi was also known as the African Unicorn.

FAB Art: The Yoruba African Orisha Experience: A Photographic Exhibition by James C. Lewis

FAB Art: The Yoruba African Orisha Experience: A Photographic Exhibition by James C.

Nyami Nyami The Zambezi River God  myth

"African mythology of the local Tonga tribe of the Zambezi Valley states that Nyaminyami the River God who lives in Lake Kariba is believed to be a serpent-like creature. He is said to be about three metres wide, but nobody dares to guess at his length.

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