Ep. 64 Black Mystic of the Month: Pixie Colman
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It’s Black History Month 365 over here but we’ve got some good Black Historical juju in episode 64 of @alittlejuju podcast. In this episode Juju gives us some enlightening and maybe frightening little known history on cowrie shells, reminds us that niggas gon’ be niggas, and rounds out with the powerfully tragic story of Pamela Pixie Colman- the Black woman mystic who illustrated the most widely distributed tarot deck to date, the Rider-Waite Deck! Streaming everywhere you can find a podcast or link in bio!

Cowrie Shells Research
IG: @Knowyourcaribbean - https://www.instagram.com/p/CJ4MZt3Mmgm/?igshid=2njm48tl2gpp

https://www.culturesofwestafrica.com/cowrie-shell-monetary-symbolic-value/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cowrie

Pamela Colman- Smith
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pamela_Colman_Smith
https://hyperallergic.com/490918/pamela-colman-smith-pratt-institute-libraries/

https://enchantedlivingmagazine.com/divine-mystery-pamela-colman-smith/

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