8 thoughts on “ Enslaved Consciousness - Ossuary Anex - Mutilation Through Prayer (CD, Album) ”

  1. Zulutilar says:
    Healing the Wounds of Slavery: Towards Mutual Recovery is a joint programme of the UNESCO Slave Route Project and the Guerrand-Hermès Foundation for Peace (GHFP) Research Institute. It aims at healing the wounds and addressing the psycho-social, economic and political consequences of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and slave history.. The focus is on creating pathways towards mutual recovery.
  2. Taulrajas says:
    Messages in the Freedom Songs of Slavery. Museum Connection: Family and Community. Purpose: In this lesson students will be exposed to the freedom songs of slavery as they relate to the struggle for freedom and the Underground Railroad in order to have them make a personal connection to the environment that inspired the songs.
  3. Arashitaxe says:
    A Great Example of a Slave's Rosary Written by lunaKM. On FetLife quite awhile back now, At the end, (the medallion) you can say the slave's prayer again, or whatever mantra you wish to end with. I say a portion of my oath of fealty here. You can repeat the "Slave’s Prayer", or whatever is pertinent to you (original was the Apostle's Creed).
  4. Arashibar says:
    Prayer Bowls Over America. It begins with a year-old black kettle pot, used by my Christian slave forbearers in Lake Providence, Louisiana. While used for cooking and washing clothes during the day, this kettle was secretly used for prayer. Forbidden to pray by their slave master, my ancestors were beaten unmercifully if found doing so.
  5. Vudosar says:
    For centuries, the Bible has been used to spread a message of freedom in Christ. But at some point, it was used for much darker purpose. In Washington DC’s Museum of the Bible, a copy of the so.
  6. Tekus says:
    Prayer Guide for the Abolition of Slavery * In order to protect the individuals IJM serves and those who carry out the work, faces of sex abuse victims and/or particular IJM investigators have been blurred. To further conceal the identities of victims and safeguard ongoing IJM casework, pseudonyms have been used though the accounts are real.
  7. Telkis says:
    A Slave's Prayer Authorship not known Allow me the strength to answer questions I can't fathom. Allow me the spirit to know His needs. Allow me the serenity to serve Him in peace. Allow me the love to show Him myself. Allow me the tenderness to comfort Him. Allow me the wisdom to be an asset to Him.
  8. Meztibar says:
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