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  2. afrikan-centered-education:

    The Greeks and Romans made their Gods and Godessess straight from Kemet’s God and Goddesses .


    Kemet’s God and Goddesses renamed in Identity… One by one .

    History proves quite convincingly that the Gods and Goddesses of Europeans were of African origin but given European names… 

    Lets go through the Academics:

    *The African God, Amun, was renamed Zeus by the Greeks and Jupiter by the Romans; 

    *The African God, Heru (the son of God and associated with light and sun) was called Apollo by both the Greeks and the Romans; 

    *The African God Imhotep (the God of Healing and medicine) was renamed Asclepius by the Greeks and Aesclapius by the Romans; 

    *The African God Djhuti/Thoth (God of Science, Writing and Knowledge) was called Hermes by the Greeks and Mercury by the Romans; 

    *The African God, Pluto, was called Pluto by both the Greeks and Romans; the 

    *The African God, Ausar, (the God of resurrection) was renamed Osiris by the Greeks; 

    *The African Goddess Hathor (the Goddess of love and beauty) was called Aphrodite by the Greeks and Venus by the Romans; and 

    *The African Goddess Ist (Auset), (Goddess of maternity), was renamed Isis and was worshiped as the “Black Madonna.”

    Nuestras diosas y dioses son africanos.

    (via kemetic-dreams)

     
  3. absurdonio:

    Religious sculptures damaged during the Spanish Civil War in Toledo.
    Photographer: Pelayo Mas Castañeda

    Eduardo Sánchez Butragueño (Flickr)

     
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  5. cross-connect:

    SUBMISSION

    Born and raised in the small town of Bowmanville, Ontario. Spencer Afonso is a freelance illustrator working towards his BAA in Illustration at Sheridan college. He’s currently working from the greater Toronto area.

    His work focuses on exploring strange, taboo and obscure situations and narratives. Bringing them to audiences in a humorous and visually interesting manner. His style emphasises defining line work accompanied with flat graphic colors and traditional watercolor textures.

     
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  8. foxhaven:

    moarrrmagazine:

    What’s in store for me in the direction I don’t take? 
    - Adam Lupton

    Holy mother fuck

    (via howitzerliterarysociety)

     
  9. parmigianodepot:

    Miroslav Sasek, Stone is not cold, 1961

    (via 20aliens)

     
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  12. coolasp:

     ” Columna Alba Proj.” Atacama,07

        asp

     
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