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intersectional activism, holistic health,
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hidden knowledge & myths, futurism & much more...
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(Original Banner Graffiti by Wizwon of 11 Hooks Crew)
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world, for indeed it is the only thing that ever has."
~ Margaret Mead
We are not all One. We are all different with various common features,
and that difference represents diversity and individuality, which is rare and beautiful
in an ocean of faceless masses who have been conditioned into believing
that they're hopeless sinners with no purpose other than to pray to a genocidal, dictatorial, egocentric, racist, queerphobic and misogynistic "God"
while they passively enforce the erasure of Indigenous/Afro-Asiatic/Pagan traditions,
support industries, slave labor products and food that directly contribute
to the raping and pillaging of the Earth and Her peoples,
read the same books and believe the same things,
without any critical thought or questioning of authority.
We do not need more false "Love and Light" that casts Darkness as evil
and ignores that our roots grow in its soil and feed from its minerals and water,
forgetting that Blackness being demonized is White colonialism.
We do not need neocolonial "Karma", "Justice", "Abundance" and "Equality"
that comes at the expense of the enslavement, exploitation, suffering
and abuse of so-called "Third World" peoples in sweatshops,
and sentient beings slaughtered in the Greatest Genocide in History,
the animal agriculture industry.
(This is a direct quote from holocaust survivors)
617 million land animals are murdered every 5 days.
Gaia is our Mother, and we must protect & heal Her.
God is God(dess).
We are not all the same...
We are all interconnected,
And supernatural forces are omnipresent, in all we do and see.
In Lak'ech Ala K'in