We Almost Lost Detroit Talking Slop with Moudou Baqui Part 3

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We Almost Lost Detroit: Talking Slop with Moudou Baqui (Part 3)

In this clip Moudou explains the history, as well as what life was like growing up in the Motor City, Detroit. We all know Detroit for Motown, Ford cars and its music scene, but Moudou tells us another side to the city where food security and food enterprise was key to the city’s survival with all its challenges. Here what Moudou has to share from his psychonaut’s perspective.

Moudou Baqui (aka, Justin Petty, M. Ed.) is an activist, Certified Level II Reiki healer, martial artist, urban shaman, behavioural specialist and educator. His journey into the esoteric started with his father, former Grand Master of a local chapter of an international mystical order, following in the footsteps of his grandfather, who began his studies in the early 1900s. At his father’s urging, he continued his studies of ancient knowledge without the formality of known institutions. He has further advanced his studies of shamanism, metaphysics and entheogenics via travel on several continents and tutelage under different intellectual traditions. Among his teachers, he credits Ahati Kilindi Iyi as a key figure in his knowledge of ethnobotany and the martial sciences.

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