"Baron Semedi is actually a god of the crossroads due to his place between life and death (would you not say these are indeed crossroads?) and ruler of the Underworld basically. In addition to death, he is also known to CURE disease, among many other…"
"For anyone interested, both images are from a book entitled Vodou Visions written by Sallie Ann Glassman and I cross-referenced her book with numerous others I own to get a more complete view before selection."
"Here is the second veve, which belongs to Oya. I think this should be smaller in size than Legba, and located at the bass side upper bout (again, as viewed in above photo, this would be where the stamp goes on an envelope).
I think both designs…"
"Here is the Papa Legba veve that Jack likes. Thinking this should be the larger of the two veves, and located in the bass side lower bout (if viewing the photo above, same location as the return address on an envelope)."
Have three veves selected. A variant Papa Legba and an Oya/Yansa for the front. Possibly a Baron Samedi for the back. I have not located the first two online, so I will have to get them scanned out of my text and will post here? The Baron…"
"Hi Kim, welcome to the Clubhouse! Glad to see you here, I'll be posting the progress of the guitar on the progress blog Building the Gris Guitar. I'm really excited, it'll have some of the coolest electronics I've created…"
Hi Kim, welcome to the Clubhouse! Glad to see you here, I'll be posting the progress of the guitar on the progress blog Building the Gris Guitar. I'm really excited, it'll have some of the coolest electronics I've created yet.
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