Monday, October 5, 2009

The Other Side

This week I’m thinking about exploring the paranormal from a neutral ‘punto de vista’. What, really, is the other side? Well, for practitioners, taggers-along and hypocrites of the ‘modern’ religions, it is the parallel dimension which claims to be able to tap into all the unimaginably mighty power that we all know the Universe possesses (but some of us frown upon). We shall prospect for tales from around Ghana, from a purely light-entertainment vantage; that's if I summon the strength to do it.

14 comments:

  1. Do it! Can't wait to read all about it. Although I must say I have really enjoyed all the food descriptions of last week.

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  2. This should be good Nana Yaw - eagerly awaiting the posts. Curious too to see how and if it had trickled into our own Jamaican 'duppy' stories.

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  3. Thanks, Maya Mame. And, yes, I think I will write it.

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  4. Ok, Denise, let's see what we will discover.

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  5. NYA, there is no other side, deal with what you can see. There is a saying that goes, I believe half of what I see and none of what I hear, dont know who coined it.

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  6. Lol Pen Powder. Tell me what you believe in at the end of this week's series.

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  7. Ooohhhh! Murky, murky waters here. So will you also include the feuding Kumasi pastors?! Listening to them on Ato Kwamena Dadzie's show on Joy this Saturday had me in stitches. Their behavior can only be described as paranormal.

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  8. lol @ Abena



    You should totally do it NY!

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  9. Abena, I will save the feuding pastors for another theme. And I would call them ab....normal. I missed AKD show (as I usually do because Sat morn is the one time I wake up very late). Tell me about it, won't you?

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  10. Raine, I will. I've already started.

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