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shadowulf

Santa Fe Springs, CA

#97 Mar 13, 2011
http://www.hauntedneworleanstours.com/toptenh...

this is the list of the top 10 mambo voodoo priestess of new orleans. tenn hill billy, and as you can see, most of them are WHITE women. so there you have it, white people who not only prictice voodoo, but are some of the best in their spiritual field.
shadowulf

Santa Fe Springs, CA

#98 Mar 15, 2011
last thing i will say on this tenn hillbilly, is when you see a black person envolve in voodoo, your looking at a black person who is a witch, a rose by another name is still a rose. witchcraft like voodoo, have its gods ad goddesses, they both practice spell work, they both are nature based, they are ancient, and they both have totemic meanings within its rites. you also have white voodoo practitioners all over the world, you have in new orlean, more white practitoners now, than blacks, blacks in america have mostly converted to christianity, or islam. i hope that i answered your age old question about african american witches, and white american voodoo practitioners.

P.S. look at my link on the top 10 most powerful mambo priestesses.
declon wood

Weston-super-mare, UK

#99 Jun 1, 2011
is there such things as black wiccans

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#100 Jun 1, 2011
declon wood wrote:
is there such things as black wiccans
Of course there are, there are Wiccans of all sorts of shapes, sizes, skin tones, and ethnic backgrounds.
yenuah storm

Montréal, Canada

#101 Mar 1, 2012
Merry meet to all my afro and ethnic pagans. I am an afro canadian living in montreal canada. Harambee. I am jubulant that their is great communication among us seeking the path of the wise one. Look to our ancestors whose blood and breath flow through us. They are happy to share.reflecting on Dr. Maulana Karengas gift of Kwanzaa and how it brings togither all faiths to non religious ritual reclaiming our deities remembering the struggle to preserve our traditions eg. the drum, the orishas, and to renew our commitments to our unique paths. Kugichagulia (self determination) Blessed be.
Tim

Havertown, PA

#102 Sep 10, 2012
You'd think a pagan would understand the importance of honoring one's ancestors, but I guess that just shows how many modern pagans are all just show-and-tell and actually know very little of the actual traditions they claim to believe and follow.

The overwhelming majority of Americans are not indigenous to their country, and as such our national identity is very much tied to our immigrant ancestors. We cherish the customs our ancestors have left with us and we take pride in learning about our roots. You seem to think that who we are and where we come from ends with ourselves and that we should ignore our ancestors completely, which is completely baffling coming from a self-identified pagan.

It might be hard for you to understand because it is not your culture. Regardless, you have no right to tell people how to define themselves, and maybe if you tried to understand the perspectives of others instead of criticizing what you don't understand you wouldn't come off as such an ass.

Also, FYI, Gaelic is NOT a Germanic language. It may have picked up Germanic influences after having coexisted with English for so long (just as English has picked up strong Romance influences due to the proximity of Norman French), but it is a Celtic language. Please study linguistics before trying to come across as an expert.
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Alright I give up talking to the deluded American!! If you're Irish then thats alright...all those generations of people from different cultures in your blood mean nothing and ultimately you mean nothing because you've been issue the wrong birth cert and passport and your entire life thus far has been an elaborate deception! But thats ok you choose to be Irish! Never been to the country, I pressume?! Know next to nothimng about our history and our acheivements...course you're Irish!!
Actually kinda of ironic that so many nations base people's right to be part of a particualr country on their knowledge of history yet history is poorly taught and valued in every education system in the world?! Or so I'm led to believe by the people I talk to!
Fisher

Gloucester, VA

#103 Nov 23, 2012
Madera wrote:
You know, now that I think of it, most folk's who follow the pagan path( at least the ones I have met) all seem to have respect for all different types of spirituality, like I know alot who love the native american path, the buddist path, eastern, african. It seems that we hold each other in good standing, I have never known a pagan who has shown prejudice,and that thought has never actually crossed my mind.
Yeah and the Pope is Jewish.

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