sacred whispers blog
Veneration of the Dark Godis is Veneration of the Whole Wombn. Our Power is in Darkness, but first wo-men have to leave our patriarchal conditioning behind - leave the father's house and his rules! Embrace the Way of the Womb!
Self defense is righteous because The first law of nature is self preservation. I had to learn this and still am learning. And I'm now showing you all publicly how and why we MUST respect the first and highest Natural law there is.
Especially we of DARK HUE require this remembering. Speaking of, I remember my mama trying to teach me how to fight. I told her I didn't like it. And she slapped my side lightly, they way you would when tryina instigate.... and she said "TOUGH titty" *slap to other side* you gonna have to learn to love it. Or you gone get ya ass beat every single time. By all kinda lil trash bytches." *slap to shoulder*
"IM FROM THE BURY! I ruined you girls sheltering you here in JP! I didn't consider those lil blacque heffa a being bussed to your schools. I chose as carefully as possible but negros always whining to get they lil monsters the same access as our golden children."
I had no idea what the hell she was saying. Not then. But I get it now, mother was trying to get me to understand RACE VS KIND. And I wasn't really ready! Yet the seed was planted. And this is a lesson ALL bw need. What KIND of bw are you, can we know folks by their kind? Yes. discernment and Divination make this immensely helpful.
I was in the 2nd mf grade and had just come home with my whole face scratched up by some no hair having ghetto rat feral child. I, the hippy who sang to flowers, adopted trees and started collecting donations for Arbor Day EARLY, had no concept of brutality. Physical at least. Now we got spanked when we did wrong. But it was still the early years. Before the extreme abuse (yes yes it's all abuse. Blah you know what I mean!!)
I didn't understand a black girl wanting to cause me harm. And it is because that wasn't in me to do. Mama tried to literally beat it into me. And when I just stood there crying she had pity and held me and told me: "lu, baby they gone keep kicking your lil behind until you fight back. You have to learn to find that wild side in you. I know it's there. The WILD EVIL BITCH who doesn't care and will go to war for herself?
She is in there. I know, I'm your mama!"
She kissed the one spot on my face that wasn't scratched. And have me my fave snack and fave book at the time to read.
And for years she was right. Passive, quiet. Timid. Terrified of harming anyone. I came in wanting to be a protector of all. And then one day, some Other Caribbean girl call herself having a problem with me. I didn't understand tribal nor bloodline warfare back then as I do now. Some tribes war with others. So when I'm in Jamaica? I talk about my father side and say mother is black American.
And when I'm in Barbados I talk about my bajan/American mama and say my daddy black indigenous southerner from the Amer Tribes. Which is still the truth. If you know Maroons and I am a Maroon. This is why my gums are black. I was born this way!!!!! You know a Maroon by their gums!! A true born Maroon too.
It took forever. That's why #ThePayback is so delicious. Finally! My Dragon flame is ready to burn them all! #TheMadKing style. 😂😂😘😘
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Deva Fiyah is a Priestess, Anthropologist, Feminist, and Feminine historian. She has helped women from all around the world, actualize their Goddess Power, with Healing, Retreats and Courses in Self Mastery.