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sell your soul to the devil...
#11
(06-22-2014, 10:05 AM)Itheblaze Wrote: About led Zepplin, wasn't their hair gorgeous back then? Back when they didn't shave everything off.

Yep. Wish Robert Plant would have taken better care of his teeth, though. They were kinda gross.

I still have a thing for Jimmy Page. White hair just makes him look even more distinguished.
LOL...on Curtis Kelly's website, he doesn't even spell Obeah correctly. And he says his Father's descendants were from Haiti. Does he mean ancestors? Regardless, it's another way of saying that none of his family are from Haiti, and if they haven't even visited it, they could not even have ever been initiated into Haitian Vodou. You have to actually go there. This is entertaining, though. Thanks for bringing this guy up on my radar. Lol.

His family being from Connecticut...they aren't even anywhere close by where they could actually learn much about New Orleans-style Voodoo. Lol. This is a riot.
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#12
Curtis Kelly learned Voodoo from his Grandmother because he was the 7th son which made him a chosen vessel. He was taken by his Grandmother to Port-Au-Prince in Haiti to be trained. In about the middle of the tape he talks about a deal the devils proposed for women, money and government favor in exchange for his soul. He heard the voice of reason telling him not to do it.
Its still an interesting video to listen to, whether you believe any of it or not.
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#13
(06-22-2014, 10:32 AM)Itheblaze Wrote: Curtis Kelly learned Voodoo from his Grandmother because he was the 7th son which made him a chosen vessel. He was taken by his Grandmother to Port-Au-Prince in Haiti to be trained. In about the middle of the tape he talks about a deal the devils proposed for women, money and government favor in exchange for his soul. He heard the voice of reason telling him not to do it.
Its still an interesting video to listen to, whether you believe any of it or not.

And where is any hard evidence of this? From what he's been saying, his Father was the one who was into Vodou. Now it's his Grandmother. And they don't work with the devil, Blaze. They don't make pacts with the devil. This is all ridiculousness from someone who is burned out on their profession, and now wants to make some money selling books and preaching.

It's fine that he wants to be a preacher, but it's wrong of him to try and demonize people who don't have anything to do with the devil, just so he can go and make money off of it. He's demonizing not only a religion, but if it's true that his ancestors were Vodouisants, he's demonizing the religion of his ancestors, his ancestors..and his immediate family, too. He may very well have experienced abuse or been into drugs...I dunno about being into drugs at 4 years old (that just sounds made up, as does his "abortion" story). If someone suffered that much trauma in utero, they probably wouldn't have been born.

I think the hugest tell is just his complete lack of knowledge of the religion.
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#14
(06-22-2014, 12:17 AM)Itheblaze Wrote: You can try e-bay....................
Was it e-bay a few years back, that a young woman sold her virginity? You know, to highest bidder? Throw your soul out there on the market. See what kind of takers you get.

Hahahaaa. Nice one, Blaze!

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#15
Curtis Kelly learned Voodoo from his Grandmother because he was the 7th son which made him a chosen vessel.


The 7th son idea is not even connected to Vodou/Voodoo. It's a folklore superstition associated with other cultures (not Haitian), and it has been picked up on by a specific group of Christians who seem to see the devil in just about everything.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=...Qji1CJd-BA

Seven is a number that is associated with God, not the devil. The number of God is supposed to be 777. That's why the popular televangelist TV show is called the 700 Club. It's why people use the expression we're at sixes and sevens to describe being at odds with each other.
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#16
Chaosrose! You're making all these assumptions over a guy you never even met. Look, the topic is " Selling your soul to the Devil." This guy talks about it on his video. It was interesting to me. Thought I'd share. All-righty-then!
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#17
(06-22-2014, 10:56 AM)Itheblaze Wrote: Chaosrose! You're making all these assumptions over a guy you never even met. Look, the topic is " Selling your soul to the Devil." This guy talks about it on his video. It was interesting to me. Thought I'd share. All-righty-then!

I don't have to meet him to know he's spreading misinformation, Blaze. And he is spreading misinformation.
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#18
The Black Man at The Crossroads I mentioned earlier was involved in voodoo (Well, hoodoo), if anyone wants to stop arguing over this Kelly guy (personally, I've heard of him and I'm less than impressed).

He isn't the Devil, btw. He's a teacher. You leave him gifts at the crossroad and go practice the skill you want to learn (play guitar, throw dice, write a poem). Each night, a different animal will appear. These will scare you, but not hurt you. You must ignore them and keep practicing. After a certain number of nights (I believe 3) a black man (black as in made of darkness, not skin tone) will show up and ask to see the object you are practicing with. He will take it, show you the proper wat to use it (such as tuning your guitar and playing a short song) then hand it back to you. When he asks you to use the instrument, you will be talented beyond what you thought possible. Then he will take your gifts and leave (if he doesn't, just leave then there. And don't forget to thank him!).

I personally wouldn't try this twice, not because you could get hurt but because it seems rude to ask him to teach you everything.
"I guess the battle between Good and Evil is sort of irrelevant."
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#19
I think a black man, whose own Great-great-grandfather, came from Haiti, not to mention living in Port-Au-Prince a few years with his Grandmother, who was a Voodoo witch herself, has a little more knowledge than you.
They actually lived it, not something read off the Web.
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#20
Well I'm Cajun, and voodoo mama's don't raise the Devil. I've heard from black people that their family does 'voodoo' but if you mention magic or spirits you're a bad son, because that stuff is evil (even Hoodoo is a dirty word. 'Magic' is just what you do).
"I guess the battle between Good and Evil is sort of irrelevant."
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