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Black Woman Still a Slave By Adrian Reeves
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"Black woman still a slave" is a book about black women and the system of bondage that they face in today's society. Covered in this selection are the many trials and tribulations that they... More > deal with internally as well as externally. Everything from attitudes, to materialism, to media and relationships is revealed within the chapters of this book. Black women have been and still are under attack psychologically by specific systems which cause them to carry a slave like mentality. Tricked into this way of thinking unknowingly it has led many sisters away from their true greatness. Not only are problems and issues discussed but so is the solution which can ultimately rid them of such bondage. The reality is that without drastic change she will only give further significance to such a title "Black woman still a slave".< Less
Blood Money " -" The Scammer and The ex-slave owner By Crystal Evans
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The biggest question is how a country with the most churches per square mile in the world could produce these depraved scammers. Christianity brought to Jamaica by the English during Colonization and... More > slavery has become the predominant religion in Jamaica alongside a Rastafarianism, a fast growing Afrocentric spiritual movement. Religion plays a major part in the development of a child's moral life because children's are required to attend Sunday school so that they can know God and become better citizens. Many young people under twenty five grew up in an era where church attendance on Sundays was mandatory. Children are exposed to Christian principles and values but deviate by the time they become adolescence due to the overwhelming allure of the secular world.< Less
A Middy of the Slave Squadron: A WEST AFRICAN STORY By Harry Collingwood
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The Library of Alexandria is an independent small business publisher. We specialize in bringing back to live rare, historical and ancient books. This includes manuscripts such as: classical fiction,... More > philosophy, science, religion, folklore, mythology, history, literature, politics and sacred texts, in addition to secret and esoteric subjects, such as: occult, freemasonry, alchemy, hermetic, shamanism and ancient knowledge. Our books are available in both print and as digital books. All of our books have been revived by being scanned by people who have passion for knowledge. By purchasing this book you are helping restoring a piece of history for many generations to come to enjoy the fine ancient knowledge that is made available through our modern technology. We sincerely hope you enjoy these treasures in the form of digital books.< Less
Origins of the Vodoun Religion in America: Reclamation of A Suppressed Heritage By Mama Zogbé
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African/Diaspora religions are some of the fastest growing spiritual traditions in the West. New generations are born literally being called back to finish the work began by their enslaved and... More > distant African ancestors and deities. The constant dilemma of having to rely upon outdated, patronizing anthropology texts, and” New Age” western spiritual literature, supported by sensationalist Hollywood stereotypes, is problematic at best. This brief introduction will aid in dispelling many misconceptions about the origins of the Vodoun religion from which the African-American Diaspora descend. Previously published in "Mami Wata: Africa's Ancient God/dess Unveiled," this book is good primer for those wanting a solid foundation on Vodoun's origins.< Less
The Blind African African Slave, Or Memoirs of Boyrereau Brinch Nicknamed Jeffrey Brace By Benjamin F Prentiss
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In 1810 Benjamin Prentiss sat down with his former slave, who was going blind. He wanted to hear his story. The man Boyrereau Brinch, nicknamed Jeffrey Brace tells him of his homeland, the animals,... More > the language, his family and his travels to Ethiopia. He tells of his despise for slavery and gives religious quotes in defence of his stance against slavery. The story journeys through his memories and his recollections of his childhood and how his life developed. A sad story in American history, written over 200 years ago and republished here for the first time for a new generation to be able to read. Our history should not be forgotten. This is a must read for anyone who loves history or wants to learn more about our past that is slowly being erased from our textbooks.< Less
The Blind African African Slave, Or Memoirs of Boyrereau Brinch Nicknamed Jeffrey Brace By Benjamin F Prentiss
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In 1810 Benjamin Prentiss sat down with his former slave, who was going blind. He wanted to hear his story. The man Boyrereau Brinch, nicknamed Jeffrey Brace tells him of his homeland, the animals,... More > the language, his family and his travels to Ethiopia. He tells of his despise for slavery and gives religious quotes in defence of his stance against slavery. The story journeys through his memories and his recollections of his childhood and how his life developed. A sad story in American history, written over 200 years ago and republished here for the first time for a new generation to be able to read. Our history should not be forgotten. This is a must read for anyone who loves history or wants to learn more about our past that is slowly being erased from our textbooks.< Less
The Religon of the American Negro Slave: His Attitude Toward Life and Death By Gold Refine Wilson
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I propose to discuss the religious behavior of the American Negro slave, between 1619 and the close of the Civil War, first, by a brief discussion of the religion of the tribes in Africa, and the... More > tendency of the old habits and traditions to maintain themselves among the American slave; second, by a consideration of what the slave found in America, and his contact with another religious culture called Christianity; and third, by a description of the slave's reaction to a Christian environment, or what the slave's religious behavior really was. 1 My thesis is that the religion of Africa disappeared from the consciousness of the American slave; that the slave himself, by contact with a new environment, became a decidedly different person, having a new religion, a primitive Christianity, with the central emphasis, not upon this world, but upon heaven. 2< Less
Essai sur l'Histoire Religieuse des Nations Slaves By Valerian Krasinki
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A history of religion in the Slavic countries, written in the original French language.
Essai sur L'Histoire Religieuse de Nations Slaves By Le Comte Valerien Krasinski
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A religious history of the Slavic nations in the French language published in 1853, with a particular focus on Russia, Poland and Bohemia.
Sadko et autres chants mythologiques des Slaves de l'Est By Viktoriya Lajoye, Patrice Lajoye
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Les Slaves de l’Est (Biélorusses, Russes et Ukrainiens) possèdent une très riche tradition de chants épiques et religieux qui bien souvent renvoient à un fond... More > très archaïque, un fond mythologique qui n’a de chrétien que l’apparence. Ces chants épiques russes (les bylines) et ukrainiens (les dumy), ces formules et incantations biélorusses, ne mentionnent évidemment pas d’antiques divinités slaves, mais ils font appels à des conceptions et des récits qui peuvent remonter à des temps bien antérieurs à la christianisation, et qui de ce fait peuvent être comparés à d’autres mythologies européennes. Textes traduits du russe, du biélorusse et de l’ukrainien. Viktoriya Lajoye est philologue, diplômée de l’Université de Voronej (Russie); Patrice Lajoye est docteur en Histoire des Religions comparées et travaille au CNRS.< Less