Monthly Archives: January 2012

Route 66, Day 1: It Goes Down to St. Louis (not)

Today started the journey to California, where after a decade solely on my own and working for the temple, I’ll be rejoining the for-profit sector in hopes of being able to afford health insurance and student loans. I was supposed … Continue reading

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26 new Remetj! Nekhtet!

Em hotep! Please join me in welcoming 26 new Remetj to the House of Netjer this week! Congratulations and welcome to you all. Corey B. of Florida Kevin B. of Tennessee Katherine B. of Minnesota Randi C. of Ohio Issy … Continue reading

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Well….that was a really short month. HAITIAN VODOU available NOW!

This morning, one of my sons in Vodou contacted me saying that Amazon had sent a shipping notice for his pre-ordered copy of Haitian Vodou. Since I’d been told that our release date was February 8, and all the various … Continue reading

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One more month! HAITIAN VODOU is on the way….

In a month, Haitian Vodou: An Introduction to Haiti’s Indigenous Spiritual Tradition, releases. I got two copies of the book in the mail yesterday, and have to say that it looks far better than I’d even imagined it would. Thank … Continue reading

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“Habeas Data” and 1970s thoughts about our computing future

This afternoon, while I was waiting for the boiler work to be completed and taking my lunch in the dining room, I grabbed a magazine from the top of a box that was gifted to me by the widow of … Continue reading

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