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👹 SADHU: “Holy men who stroll around revered Hindu shrines with long unshaved beard and naturally dreadlocked hair. Sadhus and their lifestyle have a broader meaning, giving up the worldly pleasures and determined to love the peaceful life in isolation, they immerse themselves most of the times into devotion. They love to get high intoxicated by hemp, which is legal to consume at Pashupatinath temple only for them. Some even feed on dead human flesh at cremation grounds.” #pashupatinathtemple #sadhu #holymen

Clayton Jenning in New Orleans tonight at revival tour.
#youngman #claytonjennings #holyman #jesusisgod #holymen #neworleans #vacationgoals

A sadhu doing the gyan mudra; a gesture of consciousness. #pashupatinath #sadhu #kathmandu #nepal #holymen #wanderlust

Sadhus or Holy men at Muktinath Temple - Nepal 🇳🇵 📷 by @sebaparrak #sadhus #holymen #muktinath #muktinathtemple #muktinath #nepal #annapurnacircuit

BARTOLOMÉ CARRANZA (1503–1576) ARCHBISHOP OF TOLEDO AND PRIMATE OF SPAIN 1557: THE MOORISH KINGS OF EUROPE – BY OGUEJIOFO ANNU

William Robertson states in the Book “The Reign of Charles V, Vol 3, pg 441 –

At noon Bishop Carranza, Archbishop of Toledo, who had long been expected arrived at Yuste. He was the same ‘black friar’ – so called from his swarthy visage-. Bartolomé Carranza was born in 1503 and died in 1576. He entered the Dominican Order in 1520, studied theology at Salamanca.

He participated in the Council of Trent (1545-1547), and became Archbishop of Toledo and Primate of Spain in 1557.

He was the author of a sermon preached before Queen Mary of England and King Philip I of Spain titled, “Little Treatise on how to attend Mass” (1555). As the archbishop of Toledo, he was among the luminaries in the elite class that then ruled Europe after the fall of the European branch of the Moorish Empire.

As you can see, he was a Black European Spaniard Christian cleric. He was what you would call a Moor. The original whites (landlords) of Europe.

Below is the abstract of a translation of his sermon “Little Treatise on how to attend Mass,” originally preached at Whitehall, London, in the first week of Lent, 1555, before King Philip I and Queen Mary I of England. “Bartolomé Carranza de Miranda’s ‘Little Treatise on how to attend Mass’ (1555): A Translation,” by John Edwards, University of Oxford, Reformation & Renaissance Review 11 (2009) 91-120.

#IWantmoor #bartholomecarranza #archbishopoftoledo #1557 #primateofspain #moorishkings #blackrulersofeurope #moor #famousmoors #swarthy #holymen #friar #spanishcleric

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