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Andrew Chesnut PhD
Chaired Religion Prof |Xianity & Santa Muerte Expert |Media Analyst |HuffPost Blog | Tweets Don't Rep VCU
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Mike Beauvais 18h
Rob Ryan looks like Gandalf went undercover to bust a cocaine smuggling ring in Miami in 1986.
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Jan Levinson 19h
Look at the macaroni & cheese my coworker brought to our potluck today. Bruh.
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ACLU 13h
The city of Dickinson, Texas is requiring people applying for Hurricane Harvey aid to promise not to boycott Israel. This is unconstitutional.
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Prof Kate Kingsbury 11h
Witchcraft still prevalent as explores Wicca patient called devil worshiper by staffer at doctor's office
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Good Nature 12h
Great article on Santa Muerte!
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 11h
Exactly though more proximately in Mexico is the dressing of the Virgin of Guadalupe and others, which of course came from Spain
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 11h
Of course
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 11h
Replying to @ProfKingsbury
Packing my parka as we speak!
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 13h
In Richmond the best beer selection is found at Mekong, a Vietnamese restaurant!
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Kelly Hills Oct 18
HOLY SHIT! actually published this racist bullshit in a nursing textbook.
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 14h
Yes, the color symbolism is same as for the votive candles - Red - love & passion Green - justice Black - protection & vengeance, etc.
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 14h
who gets a wardrobe change the first of each month
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 14h
Yes, it's considered a privilege to be able to contribute garments to renowned images, such as the one in Tepito..
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 14h
Almost always for the human size effigies but the outfits are often tailor made for her
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 14h
Plus the Irish root offers no tasty seeds for roasting, unlike our beloved American pumpkin
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 14h
But can you stick a candle in those Irish turnip heads?
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Andrew Chesnut PhD 15h
Thus the origin of the oldest known effigy of Santa Muerte in Mexico
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