A person subjected to trauma, like physical violence, emotional abuse or rape, by another person will never seek or find empowerment and liberation from that trauma by staying in the ideological or even the physical context of that other person. Likewise, one would think that Africans would not look to or provide sustenance to the colonial system, European conceptions of divinity or exploitative, but normalized relationships with nature.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Monday, June 9, 2014
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Core thoughts relating to my concepts of Disintegrated Indigeny and Devolutionary Energetics.
Saturday, October 5, 2013
One of the key premises of this work is the principled dissollution of "otherness" of indigenous peoples in the minds and actions of "disintegrated", digitized, industrialized, mechanized modern citizens while holding the delicate balance of respect, validation and allyship without the domination ethics of (mis)appropriation and cultural theft. It is the firm belief and experience of this writer that every disintegrated  human has a direct path back and forward to their own indigeny, true sense of identity and profound sense of purpose as a spiritual energetic embodied in human form. This innerstanding also gives rise to a fundamental and profound awareness that inherent in this premise, this meta-cultural context is a key to conceptualizing and manifesting a (possibly) new conception of global unity and harmonious life based upon the work and sense of unity and real solidarity within the worldwide organization and organizations and organizing of indigenous peoples and nations, work that it is strongly suggested represents a basic and necessary model for universal human and cultural interelationship, sustained working relationships with Mother/Father Earth and Her/His profound gifts (natural resources) to Her/His children (human and otherwise) and the path back and forward to a global cultural production that is based on a fundamental and informed understanding and embrace of the material and energetic realities that have come into human awareness over the last 3 to 6 million years (no small thing).
 Disintegrated is one of the terms used to describe privileged modern, industrial people generally living in cities (but not limited to that environment) in colonial or settler-colonial countries (I.e., USAmerica, Canada, England). This term refers to the dangerous level to which these people have been dis-integrated from their Ancestral cultural roots and their historical indigenous heritage which generally for most peoples included a close and functional integration with nature and Spirit.
Friday, September 6, 2013
If we are living in balance with nature, then we are simply as successful as the worm, the vulture, the fish or the tree. We deserve no more accolade than that...and that is enough.
(Excerpted from a reply to post in ANU HERITAGE ZIMBABWE group on facebook, 9/6/13)
Saturday, February 23, 2013
...in the context of African liberation, cultural revitalization, spiritual redemption and the necessary redemption of the indigenous soul.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
|A popular, widely distributed image of "Jesus".|
Was he THE Son of G-O-D or
merely A son of god/desses?
Friday, November 16, 2012
Don't question people for challenging missionaries and evangelizers who have way more money and time to push their shaky, narrow, privileged message on the whole world.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Privilege creates and sustains
an illusion of undeserved moral convenience, an amnesia of compassion,
a pathological imperception
that prevents us from
recognizing the deep need
for fighting injustice every day
in every way possible.
Sunday, October 21, 2012
"Once I was in Victoria and I saw a very large house. They told me it was a bank and that the white men place their money there to be taken care of, and that by and by they got it back with interest.
We are Indians and we have no such bank; but when we have plenty of money or blankets, we give them away to other chiefs and people, by and by they return them with interest, and our hearts feel good.
Our way of giving is our bank." - attributed to Chief Maquinna, as posted by 'The Great Spirit' (facebook)
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Ignorance and inaction in this case is a chronic disease...that is also immensely curable.