Saturday, September 23, 2017

A found Voice!


A Black woman, who speaks from powers within, with Power to forces against the resistance to subjugation without hesitation fears no one. There isn't a worthy opponent. There is only the wrong to be unwritten, the foul deeds turned over to show their underbelly and there are the Hunters, the fighters capable of administering the death blow!

These are my words!

Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 9/23/17 


A Black woman, who speaks with Power!!!!


Question to who we are in this world.


Até a próxima is: until the next time, in Portuguesa. But, what and who do we bid this send off to if we are doing the work, and our work is for the People? - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 9/23/17 


Maori woman's stance

Mayan way. Grupo Sotz'il from Guatemala, Mayan calendar ceremony
in Maryland, September 2017.
photo by Teko Alejo. 2

Mereana Taki says this old man's face is an Ancestor house urging the willing forward...


"Medicine teaching: We are our Medicine Wheel and our Sacred teaching." 
- Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 4.19.17
photo taken on Bulgarian salt flats by I know not who! 



80 years: HIS struggle for the People.


Geronimo, Apache chief. Quelle homme.


Apache chief Geronimo (1829-1909) was born in the upper Gila River country of Arizona. Although he harbored animosity toward the Mexican soldiers who killed his wife and children, he also grew to dislike the Anglo-Americans who took over the region following the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. After his Chiricahua Apaches were forced onto Arizona’s San Carlos Reservation in the mid-1870s, Geronimo led his followers on a series of escapes that bolstered his legend and embarrassed the U.S. government. He surrendered to General Nelson Miles in 1886, and remained a celebrity in captivity until his death at Oklahoma’s Fort Sill. ~ anon 


IN the Depths WE Know.



I am therefore we are.


Embracing one's self becomes an art after the arduous task of arising from the lowest esteem childhood should not have given an individual. The country we live in boasts of its potential to take life with its many weapons and tactics of war with no simplification. There is war, and rumors of more war behind the stamina a warmonger has in a competition with lust a whoremonger has crawling within his or her body. The lack of beauty in a desire is the loss of soul given up, not for adoption, but abandoned by basic misunderstanding of what is basic to life: how to love, and why we love.

God may have made us, but we choose to believe in whatever myth comforts our angst the further we stray from the fundamental elements of truth, and Creation, as was made by what is beyond who we can possibly associate as God. It is our belief in God that stifles us. It is discovering the balance within the Goddess that comes with the Goddess that releases us from the pendulum of trading places with the knowledge of Ma'at's feather, not to judge, but receive the touch of what whispers to us constantly, "I am Life! I am Life! Mother without Father is imbalance leaving a craving for that balance and a return to what works for the I AM."

It is in us all.

Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories
Jan. 12, 2017



Lemuel, my first born son, kissing Mommy in her last months before her death.




Friday, September 22, 2017

yrs. of teaching. . .



"Looking at one's self in one dimension is 'en vogue', but what is irreparable is belief in it as one who is in depth!..."
- Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 

Ocean (the Pacific) by Khloé Kardashian. 2016.


3 eras, 4 women.



Salma Hayek reposed in elegance and assured.



Betty Brosmer.. the highest paid pin-up girl of the 1950s, considered by many as the first true supermodel.




Cher in 1974 held sway over my standard of beauty. As a woman, she was a version freed from what weighed women down at the time when women were just getting freedom to own, and have. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories



Halle Berry has a little ' tude to go along with all those good looks. 



Git up!


Angel's broken wings. Kayla Crawford by Roland Dawson shot at


"Don't be mad when u lose a few feathers in life. Gather your thoughts and re-present yourself to this world and shine even brighter. Let no one stop your grind." - Roland Dawson, top of the line photographer. 



Angel concept of Kayla Crawford by Roland Dawson!