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Asking Questions: Zulu Ritual

The following piece is an interesting read.  A member of an African Tribe describes a traditional ritual, where the killing of a bovine is required. The meat is left in a house for the spirits to eat. 318 more words

African Tradition

Names of Spirits and Gods

Over time we will share with your our compilation of researched Gods and Spirits, to help people create their own traditions and rituals.

We do not believe it matters if people believe in spirits literally or not.   311 more words

African Tradition

Shakaland, Kwazulu Natal – The Greatest Zulu Experience in Africa

Shakaland is a cultural village build amid thorn trees and aloes, billed as the greatest Zulu experience in Africa. The resort, which offers accommodation and dining, was originally the set of the Shaka Zulu mini-series. 48 more words


L’Odyssée: Un Biopic qui ne fait pas de Vague


A l’époque où le premier homme marche sur la lune, lui, affublé d’un bonnet rouge, savoure sa consécration face au choix de partir à la conquête des fonds marins. 548 more words


Webcomics Weekly: Zulu

Welcome to Graphic Policy’s spotlight on webcomics, where we take a look at one of the many comics available online every Sunday: Webcomics Weekly (but don’t be fooled by the “weekly” part of the title; the feature may happen more or less frequently than that). 439 more words


Paul Tuennerman's Resignation and Apology to the community over blackface comment

Tales of the Cocktail Co-Founder, Paul Tuennerman resigns from Tales over his comment during his wife’s Zulu ride saying this in his letter to the community: 368 more words

New Orleans

Krewe of Zulu parade: Before, during and after, all along the avenues (photos)

Watching the Krewe of Zulu along Orleans Avenue is a study in New Orleans street culture, complete with huge crowds gathering on the streets, along the sidewalks, and up on porches while barbecue pits billow with smoke and speakers blast with music to help along the marching bands that are dotted along the parade. 63 more words

Mardi Gras