EVE

"Eve" The Original Woman by Crixtover Edwin

The beauty of a woman lies in her divine ability to be a vessel of creation between God and mortals here on Earth. 🍂 

 

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Eve-- "I was Named For Her"

This beautiful work embodies the totality of the Black Womban. Science determines that the origin of all humanity is the Black Woman-- Mitochondrial Eve, the source of all Mitochondrial DNA passed down through the wombs of mothers to their daughters in a neverending line of blood. Black Blood from the Black Womb, the Triple Darkness, the Priomordial Void from which all Creation was born. In the Beginning, there was Darkness-- that Darkness was the Black Woman. Before the Creator even conceived the first hint of Light-- SHE WAS, self-existing. It is fitting, that the Hebrew name for Eve is Chauah, which means "Mother of All Living." Not just the mother of all humans, but of ALL Living. All Creation is Mothered by the First Black Woman, and every Black Woman. Eve, originally called Chauah-- "I was named for her," as "Eve" murmurs in the film "Eve's Bayou," a movie of mothers and daughters, and the magick between them, the Power of the Utterance of Black Women and Girls-- Black Girl Magick, Black Womb Witchcraft. What Black Femininity calls into existence. The Word, the Power inherent in women the Yoruba call "afoshe," the Power to Manifest. Eve is the Promise and Fulfillment of all that is Manifest. In this portrait, she sits, naked and pure as Creation itself, looking out upon all that is Manifest, the Holy Dove of Spirit flying above her, just as the Dove of Shekinah Glory was said to have alighted upon the Head of Yahoshua (some call Jesus) in the Gospels. A halo around her head, Eve embodies what Afrikan Scholar Ishakamusa Barashango told us years ago in his book "Afrikan Woman the Original Guardian Angel." Eve, the "Architect of Existence," as Scholar Teresa N Washington records in her book chronicling the Aje Iyaami, the Black Mothers. This picture embodies all of this for me. She is I and I AM Her. Eve, Black Mother Black Matter. I, Chauah, Black Daughter of the Diaspora. This is what this piece means to me. And so much more.

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Eve-- "I was Named For Her"

This beautiful work embodies the totality of the Black Womban. Science determines that the origin of all humanity is the Black Woman-- Mitochondrial Eve, the source of all Mitochondrial DNA passed down through the wombs of mothers to their daughters in a neverending line of blood. Black Blood from the Black Womb, the Triple Darkness, the Priomordial Void from which all Creation was born. In the Beginning, there was Darkness-- that Darkness was the Black Woman. Before the Creator even conceived the first hint of Light-- SHE WAS, self-existing. It is fitting, that the Hebrew name for Eve is Chauah, which means "Mother of All Living." Not just the mother of all humans, but of ALL Living. All Creation is Mothered by the First Black Woman, and every Black Woman. Eve, originally called Chauah-- "I was named for her," as "Eve" murmurs in the film "Eve's Bayou," a movie of mothers and daughters, and the magick between them, the Power of the Utterance of Black Women and Girls-- Black Girl Magick, Black Womb Witchcraft. What Black Femininity calls into existence. The Word, the Power inherent in women the Yoruba call "afoshe," the Power to Manifest. Eve is the Promise and Fulfillment of all that is Manifest. In this portrait, she sits, naked and pure as Creation itself, looking out upon all that is Manifest, the Holy Dove of Spirit flying above her, just as the Dove of Shekinah Glory was said to have alighted upon the Head of Yahoshua (some call Jesus) in the Gospels. A halo around her head, Eve embodies what Afrikan Scholar Ishakamusa Barashango told us years ago in his book "Afrikan Woman the Original Guardian Angel." Eve, the "Architect of Existence," as Scholar Teresa N Washington records in her book chronicling the Aje Iyaami, the Black Mothers. This picture embodies all of this for me. She is I and I AM Her. Eve, Black Mother Black Matter. I, Chauah, Black Daughter of the Diaspora. This is what this piece means to me. And so much more.

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