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Egungun in Benin and nigeria
I thought that it may be timely to show something on how the ancestors are celebrated in west Africa,
The images are visually stunning. I particularly like the way that movement is captured as an almost supernatural event. I have heard western mediums claim it is dangerous to them to be touched when in deep trance especially where there is ectoplasm.
The vulgar is at everyone's command. Eirenaeus Philalethes - The marrow of Alchemy
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