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  • Prince of Orange: The slave ship the Prince of Orange was owned by Richard Farr & Co, of Bristol. In 1736, the ships second slaving voyage out of four made by the ship had begun. Upon arrival on the coast of West Africa, at least 273 slaves were bought and survived the voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to be sold in the Caribbean. Some of the enslaved Africans preferred death to whatever awaited them at the end of their voyage.

100 of the African men on the Prince of Orange jumped overboard near the island of St Kitts, in the Caribbean, and 33 of them drowned. “… more of them were taken up almost drowned, some of them died since, but not the owners loss, they being sold before any discovery was made of the injury the salt water had done them.” The voyage made by the ship the Prince of Orange probably made a profit but it was a small one. The captain sold 240 slaves, and those injured by nearly drowning died after they were sold. The cost and profit of 33 slaves at least were lost, and there was little sugar to buy for the last leg of the journey back to Bristol. The triangular trade needed a good cargo on each leg to make a good profit.

This ship the Prince of Orange is connected o the drawing The Sable Venus of Angola picture. The fact that 100 (number of completion) men attempted suicide and only 33 died is significant. The number 33 is the number for sections in your spinal cord. When it is received in this context we see that the body representing all the males on the male part of the entire race has been drowned. This would bring more validity to my theory of the whale representing the black male that is submerged in an oasis, rejected and confused.

Real Nigga Etiquette The VooDoo Edition by THE GAD 720

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  • ISBN-10: 1943820171
  • ISBN-13: 978-1943820177

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The Poltergeist is the soundtrack to this book.

Real Nigga Etiquette The VooDoo Edition Is the Most Concise Work on The History of The Caribbean and The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. It is THE GAD 720’s first Short Historical Work. Real Nigga Etiquette The VooDoo Edition is a Composite of known and unknown history. There is a large detailed section on the The African Tribes, The Indian Tribes, Slave Ships, the Loas and what Catholic Saints they are syncretised with. Many historical events and Individuals who were key to the development of “The Breaking Islands” of the Caribbean. A timeline of Revolutions from the 1400’s until the 1900’s is provided as well. Due to this being The VooDoo Edition, a Smokey Wisdom & Understanding on everything from Art Alchemy, Slavery, Rituals and The World can all be found in this book. The Poltergeist is the Album that goes with this book.

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