Homosexual acts may be outlawed in Kenya but there is a long tradition among some communities of women marrying each other.
This is hard to fathom in a country where religious leaders condemn gay unions as “un-African” – and those who dare to declare their partnerships openly often receive a hostile public reaction.
March 16, 2012
Crom Dubh of the Celts
Compare with Sierra Leonian Stone Sculpture
Black God of Ireland
There was the first god of Ireland, an Ethiopian Muur, by the name of Crom Dubh, whose cult came from Africa, who just couldn’t be church-washed nor white-washed easily, so he was supposedly suppressed, erased and buried. If only they could. Because the black god rises again and again like the true Phoenix.
Rabbi Yuda ben Simon in a Midrashic text: Abraham says to his wife Sarah, “Now we are about to enter a place (Egypt) of ugly and black people”
“Contract children” were expected to perform hard labour on the farms
A shameful chapter of Swiss history was explored in the recently released feature film about “Verdingkinder” or “contract children” or “slave children.
One of the biggest tragedies of human civilization is the precedence of chemical therapy over nutrition. It’s the substitution of artificial therapy over natural, of poisons over food, in which we are feeding people poisons trying to correct the reactions of starvation.” Dr. Royal Lee, 1935
Irene was born to a noble Greek family of Athens, the Sarantapechos family. Although she was an orphan, her uncle, Constantine Sarantapechos, was a patrician and possibly strategos of the theme of Hellas. She was brought to Constantinople by Emperor Constantine V on November 1, 769, and was married to his son Leo IV on December 17. They had a son who was known as Constantine VI.
One of the most significant pictorial colonial records of New South Wales during the early 19th century will go on display in Australia for the first time after being discovered in Canada last year.
-from Caesars’ Wives : Sex, Power, and Politics in the Roman Empire