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New Afrikan Vodun Volume III: A Social Discourse Towards Spiritual and Cultural Restoration

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New Afrikan Vodun Volume 3 is about the regaining of our minds by the regaining and implementation of culture adjusted to the modern realities we face. How does one do integrate spirituality with their own politics? Where does economics, history, poverty, and charity fit into your practice of Vodún or any of the other indigenous systems you live? New Afrikan Volume 3 is designed to take us into proper dialogue of this from the ancient African Vodun perspective. 


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  1. Outstanding political treatise 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jan 2015

    This book is a succinct and outstanding political treatise in relation to African religion.

  2. A book of reassessment 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Mar 2013

    New Afrikan Volume III is a short but hard hitting book. Though it deals with, in a direct way, some of the problematic social issues in African traditions both historical and contemporary it speaks on some profound spiritual truths, especially the concept of realizing one's own divinity. My favorite section is entitled "Ori, Egungun and Ayanmo". The author shows how the spiritual self and the ancestors are connected to destiny. He reminds us of our self divinity in a story concerning Ori. Quoting from the book:

    "Outside of emphasizing the importance of Orí the divinity, it is also a lesson concerning the reclamation of our own divine essence.  Imagine having a million dollars in a room in your house that you never opened the door to. This may sound crazy taking into consideration that the average person goes into every room of his/her house. Yet, imagine this in relation to your own divinity, and in relation to the world and self. Orí, the greatest divinity of all the divinities, did not know that It was the greatest of them all! It is like not realizing our own potential, but on a more exponential level. For Ògún to tell Orí that he did not know that he was the greatest divinity is also to say to a person that many of the answers to life’s problems and successes reside within them and they had yet to tap into that internal source of divinity." This quote really brought things into perspective for me.

  3. This book has hyped me to action! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Mar 2013

    This makes me want to seek out the warrior shrines more. Can anyone assist me?

  4. wow! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Mar 2013

    I say this respectfully and in favor of this work. Wow! I never heard it put that way before. The integration of the culture with African religion is seemlessly done by this author. I have to now go back and reread volumes one and two

  5. A Book for Serious Discussion 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2013

    This book needs to be on the shelf and on the table of all serious cultural nationalist and those who claim to be Maroons. This is one of the best kept secrets in the New Afrikan movement. However, it should not be a secret as there are many solutions provided based on how the author analyzes history and spirituality and how they relate.

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