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THE MOTHER-DAUGHTER AJE RELATIONSHIP

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TATOFXThe Anointed Teachings of Ifa

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On the last show we spoke abot the connection of
The Mothers in the works of "Precious", "The Color Purple", and "Beloved.  So tonight we are going to picki up where we left off, with more analysis of these pieces of work pertaining to the Mother-daughter Aje relationship. It is well-known that Beloved is a re-membrance that re-orders the protocol of life's actions, and Aje of a woman in the character of Margret Garner who was a fugitive enslaved Afrikoid woman in 1856.  She had been caught up in the Trapping of the world.  As with She killd her own daughter and tired to kill herself. She rejoiced that the daughter was dead so that her daughter would never suffer the anguish of slavery and thet she woul never know the pains of a mothers suffering from enslavement at the hand of others.

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