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“Viridian Rose”

A lovely sacred veve for Haitian Vodou spirit Mademoiselle Charlotte, bordered by Viridian green Roses…..

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“Clermeil’s Flag”

A veve flag for Haitian water lwa General Clermeil, amongst a bundle of wild Roses!          My Veve knowledge here is from Le Grande Sorceror Bokor Marco and Societe La Vie!    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Der-Voodoo-des-Bokor-Marco/181304871903997?sk=photos_stream#!/photo.php?fbid=473004232734058&set=pb.181304871903997.-2207520000.1349070256&type=1&theater  

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“Stanotte, Love Magick”

Stanotte Is a beautiful word, It means “Tonight” In Italiano, la bella lingua! I used to teach myself Italian because I planned on running away to Italy and living there and falling in love. I’m still in America and haven’t gone … Continue reading

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“You Are The Prettiest Bleu In The World”

Traditional Haitian vodou song for the lwa Ezili Freda In Kreyol and English:                                                                                                                                                         In Haitian Kreyol:  “Ezili O Kay la mande oze,  Ezili O Kay la mande oze, Ezili O Kay la mande oze, Si nen pwen dlo, oze lavek loksyon.”   In … Continue reading

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“Erzulie’s Violini”

              I was moved by the spirit of Erzulie Freda Dahomey and the powerful rhythm of  Paganini’s Caprice no. 24 to create this painting. The little Italian cherub plays his instrument for Erzulie and his music makes roses and romance rain from the sky! … Continue reading

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“Mademoiselle Charlotte, a French Mystery.”

The French colonists brought war, strife, and slavery to Haiti. They also brought their language culture and customs of the day. The spirit of Miss Charlotte came from a French Kreyol woman during colonial times who practiced Vodou and spiritual work. Charlotte … Continue reading

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