Celebrating Bwa Kayiman 2015
The Afrikan warriors at Bwa Kayiman did what Spartacus could not do. What the Biblical Jesus Christ never even tried to do. The Haitian warriors at Bwa Kayiman led a revolution that abolished slavery after 1200 years of Arab enslavement on the African continent and 300 years of European slavery in Haiti.
224 years ago, on August 14, 1791, Haitian men and women at Bwa Kayiman held the Vodun ceremony and war council that began the Haiti revolution. The Haitian Revolution challenged, condemned and abolished the practice of slavery, a feat not even the Christians’ most revered Jesus, ever did. This, set a new moral path for humanity on planet earth. The men, women and children who fought the Haiti revolution where the first to bring liberty into application in nation form after the Christian destroyers had begun their genocide rampage in the Americas. The profit-over-people nations, are still mercilessly beating up Haitians to a pulp, to this day, in the vain hopes of eradicating the accomplishments of the Bwa Kayiman warriors and Haiti Revolution. But we’re still resisting tyranny. Still struggling to rule ourselves, to deny that profit is more important than people and to uphold the equality of all people – tout moun se moun. We’re still here to mark August 14 and August 22nd every year until eternity and to reach for the Ancestral force running in our DNA that keeps us fighting the terror of the imperialists and their agents.”– Ezili Dantó of HLLN
We don’t know if there was a historical Jesus who is today represented by the Cesare Borgia photo. But we do know the Haiti warriors changed moral history on slavery, that the first ship transporting kidnap Africans to the Americas was called “the good ship Jesus” and that slave makers used the bible to exhort:
The 25th annual celebration in Brooklyn, New York, Saturday, August 15, 2015 from 3:00p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Go to link here.
“If you love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.”― Samuel Adams, one of the founders of American Independence from England rallying his countrymen to action
Photos from Bwa Kayiman celebration 2015 to be added
Come back after tomorrow to see our photos and updates of the August 2015 Bwa Kayiman celebrations.
♫♫Boukman o nan Bwa Kayiman
Nou lonmen non w
Nou pa denounen w, nan Bwa Kayiman
Papa Boukman o, nou wè ase
Papa Boukman o, nou rive nan tobout o
Peyi nou divize, lafanmi doz-a-do.
Nou pa te fè Bwa Kayiman
Pou n sèvi etranje.♫♫ — See Boukman’s Prayer at Bwa Kayiman, 1791
HOMMAGE à Louise Marie Maes DIOP, VEUVE du BWA KAYIMAN 1791 CLUB
Dispelling some of the European lies about Afrika, Louise Marie Maes, speaks of the civilization in Afrika such as Egypt, Kongo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, not at war until the European and Arab invasions.
Celebrating Bwa Kayiman 2015
Bwa Kayiman August 14, 1791 was the Vodun war council and gathering that began the great Haiti revolution which started August 22, 1791 and where Afrikans beat, in combat, the French, the Spanish and the English to abolish slavery, colonialism, forced assimilation and European Triangular Trade. (See, Celebrating Bwa Kayiman 2014 , the Ezili’s Bwa Kayiman links and Haiti Epistemology.)
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“Vodun is the oldest sacred science on the planet. Out of Vodun came Christianity, Judaism and Islam. They all are elements from fragments, from the periphery of the Vodun system, or the Afrikan indigenous spiritual system…Because if the rest of the African world truly understands what happened in Haiti and begin to adopt and return to the spiritual essence of their ancestors and look into our indigenous culture to organize ourselves, we’ll all be able to free ourselves of European spiritual domination, cultural domination, and psychological domination. And once you can do that it becomes easy to free yourself of their economic domination and their political domination.” – Professor James Smalls, Vodun and Haiti, pt 1
Gen yon Lwa ki pwal rantre…
Featured Interview for – Bwa Kayiman, August 14, 2015
BlackWomniverse interview with Ezili Dantò of HLLN about the Great Mother Roots in Haiti
Download to listen. Ezili Dantò of HLLN speaks about the Great Mother Roots in Haiti and Africa on Black Wombniverse in Culture, podcast – recorded May 29, 2010
Original source – Blog talk radio Blackwomniverse, starts about 15 minutes into music.
Go here for Bio of Ezili Dantò, 1791 – Warrior mother, divine mother, love principle. First archetype raised for Haiti independence at Bwa Kayiman, August 14, 1791
Ezili re-enactment Bwa Kayiman-Gathering started Haiti Revolution 224yrs ago