Bible Black Stream

bible black stream

    black stream

  • A term used by water diviners to denote an underground stream that is not considered to be potable and reacts to black on the Mager rosette. There are also black streams of energy.


  • (biblical) of or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the Bible; “biblical names”; “biblical Hebrew”
  • a book regarded as authoritative in its field
  • The Christian scriptures, consisting of the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments
  • A copy of the Christian or Jewish scriptures
  • The Jewish scriptures, consisting of the Torah or Law, the Prophets, and the Hagiographa or Writings
  • the sacred writings of the Christian religions; “he went to carry the Word to the heathen”

bible black stream – Black Cool:

Black Cool: One Thousand Streams of Blackness
Black Cool: One Thousand Streams of Blackness
Black Cool explores the ineffable state and aesthetic of Black Cool. From the effortless reserve of Miles Davis in khakis on an early album cover, to the shock of resistance in black women’s fashion from Angela Davis to Rihanna, to the cadence of poets as diverse as Staceyann Chin and Audre Lorde, Black Cool looks at the roots of Black Cool and attempts to name elements of the phenomena that have emerged to shape the global expectation of cool itself.

Buoyed by some of America’s most innovative thinkers on the subject?graphic novelist Mat Johnson, Brown University Professor of African Studies Tricia Rose, critical thinking and cultural icon bell hooks, Macarthur winner Kara Walker, and many more?the book is at once a handbook, a map, a journey into the matrix of another cosmology. It’s a literal periodic table of cool, wherein each writer names and defines their element of choice. Dream Hampton writes about Audacity. Helena Andrews about Reserve, Margo Jefferson on Eccentricity, Veronica Chambers on Genius, and so on. With a foreword by Henry Louis Gates that bridges historical African elements of cool with the path laid out for the future, Black Cool offers a provocative perspective on this powerful cultural legacy.

African Couple at the Wax Museum

African Couple at the Wax Museum
From Senegal, Africa,
were in front of the
Wax Museum on
Hollywood Boulevard, and
looked a little lost
and forlorn, and we fell into
a conversation – and they said
they felt America to be a strange
and unreal place in some ways,
and I explained that they
were in Hollywood, and
that not all of America is like
Hollywood, which is
the capital of the surreal
in many ways – the intersection of
dream and reality –
and here at the wax museum
of all places this is even more so
here in this arcane
temple to movie-stars
mostly of the past
here represented
in life-size wax statues
not unlike Lenin lying in
his tomb still, enshrined,
honored, sanctified.
Instead of Lenin though
we have Marilyn and Chaplin
and Bogie and Darth Vader.
And here, where they are
standing, in the
– there’s a life-size
panoply from "The Wizard of
Oz" with the four main characters
plus Toto in wax,
and there is a
Stallone-look-alike who stands
there always
in Rambo-guise,
clutching a faux-machine
gun, and smiling at
and posing with
the ever-flowing stream of

Kid Black and White

Kid Black and White
I went out to Goa which is in india where i spent just under a month in an Home where they teach, cloth and feed small children and put a roof over their heads. these are all kids from broken lives with horrific backgrounds and basically i went out there and played with them listened to them painted their home and basically spent some good quality time with them which hardly happens for them so they are always really excited whenever our team turns up, because they always know what to expect with us, a good bit of loving 😀