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Write a review Rate this item: 1 2 3 4 5. Preview this item Preview this item. Creation -- Mythology -- South Africa. View all subjects More like this Similar Items. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Religious system of the Amazulu.
Springvale, Natal : J. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Be the first. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Ancestor worship -- South Africa. Divination -- South Africa. Zulu language -- Texts. Ancestor worship. Creation -- Mythology. They say he was altogether white. They say, "There descended Ungalokwelitshe. He said, "Why do you start at me, since I too am a man, and resemble you? He stayed there a long time. Another fog came, and he disappeared, and they saw him no more. I heard this tale from Umadigane, Umdutshane's grandfather, the great chief of the Amabakca.
I used to be his chief servant. TWO natives, perfect strangers to me both, came up as I was asking Umpengula some questions on the subject of the previous statements. They overheard what I was saying, and asked, "Are you talking about the origin of men? The elder of them replied, "Ba vela emhlangeni," They sprang from a bed of reeds. I asked what he knew of Unkulunkulu; he replied, p.
I asked, "Wa vezwa ubani na? He said he did not know; and added, Unkulunkulu told men saying, "I too sprang from a bed of reeds. They had one name, viz. There first appeared a man, who was followed by a woman. Both are p. The man said, "You see us because we sprang from the bed of reeds," speaking to the people who came into being after him. It is said all men sprang from Unkulunkulu, the one who sprang up first.
And men sprang from Unkulunkulu by generation. Umvelinqangi is the same as Unkulunkulu. The earth was in existence first, before Unkulunkulu as yet existed. He had his origin from the earth in a bed of reeds. All things as well as Unkulunkulu sprang from a bed of reeds,—every thing, both animals and corn, every thing, coming into being with Unkulunkulu. He looked on the sun when it was finished,79 and said, "There is a torch which will give you light, that you may see. Be ye broken off,80 and see the cattle; and let them be your food; eat their flesh and their milk.
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