Why don’t you spell Afruikan that way all the time?

Because even though Afruikan is the correct spelling, I am trying not to be overly pretentious.

I speak English. I am capable of pronouncing words in other languages. I am aware that the reason I speak English is colonialism, but that damage is already done. Since part of my mission in this form is to spiritually rescue others, many of whom speak English, I don’t feel it wise to totally abandon it at this point.

Someday, perhaps, all or at least a majority of Africans and allies will decide on a main trade language, perhaps Swahili. I look forward to that time.

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About K. Sis. Nicole T.N. Lasher

Sis. Nicole T. Lasher (Sheloya) is the female king of Ile Baalat Teva, an African diaspora spirituality group in northern Israel.

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