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New Afrikan Vodun Volume I: Rites of Spiritual Nationalism

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New Afrikan Vodùn: Rites of Spiritual Nationalism answers to the call of many who wanted to know some of the systematic approaches to the New Afrikan Vodùn philosophy. New Afrikan Vodùn is given an international voice in print through this first of a three volume set detailing the nationalistic spiritual way of life designed specifically for North American-born Afrikan people; descendants of enslaved Afrikans.

Important subjects such as retrieving one’s spiritual or soul day name, honoring the deity of one’s day of birth, nationalism in application to Afrikan spirituality, and the putting of Hoodoo in its proper perspective as it relates to the rest of Afrikan spirituality make this work a must have for those serious students of Afrikan spirituality. 127 pages. "6" x "9" inch pages.

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  1. Definitely Thought provoking 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jan 2015

    I recommend this book to all of those out there who are trying to figure out systematically how nationalism and spirituality go hand in hand. This book does an excellent in showing how it is done.

  2. More than a good read 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Apr 2014

    I must admit that I thought this book would be a good read but I am now astounded at the author's grasp of how nationalism and spirituality are naturally fused together.This is very educational and causes me to go back a few steps and reassess why I have chosen an African religion. I highly recommend and will be buying more.

  3. Taking a new look 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Nov 2013

    This book has caused me to take on a new look at how political thought and position go with Afrikan tradition. From reading this book I have concluded that no one is able to keep the spirituality of our Ancestors without proper political orientation.

  4. Classic Spiritual Nationalism 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Mar 2013

    This book reminds me of a reviving of the old days of spiritual nationalism of the 1970s but brought up to date. Powerful words and points are used in this book to drive several points home. I am quite thankful to see a new generation take on the mantle or spiritual and cultural nationalism. New Afrikan Vodun Volume I is a classic towards that end. Good job. I have recommended this to my local members of MXGM who study our spiritual systems.

  5. On point 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Mar 2013

    Greetings. New Afrikan Vodun Vol I is a small treasure piece for the African spiritual community. The emphasis on the political aspects of our culture, the concepts of the soul makeup of the individual Black person, the importance of having our day names and much more set this book far apart from many others I have read. Most books on the Orisa tradition tend to be too religious for me. Most of the political books lack spirit. This books shows how they come together. I truly look forward to the other two books of the New Afrikan Vodun series.

  6. Good works 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Mar 2013

    I like how this writer clearly illustrates that African spirituality is political too.

  7. Very Comprehensive 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Feb 2013

    I have been a nationalist for a great part of my life and honestly I confess: I did not realize that nationalism and African spirituality mixed so well before reading this book. In fact, this author shows that you in its natural state nationalism is to never be separated from African spirituality. Now I'm intrigued and ready to take on a new path in my life. Thanks to the author Axosu Djisovi Agbovi I!

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