Discussion in 'Omowale Jabali' started by Omowale Jabali, Jan 1, 2011.
The Dogon and the Ancient Egyptians have in common eight deities early in precreation. This is startling in that this shows a continuity of African Culture. The cosmoloogy and the culture of the Dogon also is both Scientific and Spiritual. This connection of the eight opens up knew discussions of Kemet and its expansive culture.
Here is the legends of the Nommo, again the myths themselves are not as important as the underlying science and continuity of culture. The point again as to begin to see Life with Deep Beginnings and few it with a multidimensional approach that has science tolerant of spirituality and things that we cannot explaint. The Myths themselves are teaching tools.
The Legend of the Nommo from http://www.willusurvive2012.com/dogon-indigenous-prophecies-2012.html – I will check more sources latter.
According to the Dogon, the Universe is considered ‘Amma’s Egg’. Amma, ‘He Who Rests Upon Nothing’, is the sky god and creator of the universe. Within his egg, Amma began spinning around, forming the po seed (the Black Hole at the Galactic Core). The po is ‘the smallest [heaviest and densest] thing that was made invisible, at the center’.
Amma then placed seven ‘words’ in the po, which began to vibrate strongly within the seed. The spiralling vibrations caused four clavicles to grow forth from the po. Suddenly, the Po burst forth, and eight new seeds were created. Amma planted these seeds in his egg near the clavicles of the Po. With these eight seeds, Amma intended to create eight celestial beings – four male and four female. The Dogon call these beings the Nommo Anagonno, best translated as ‘The Word (Nommo) that Became the Fish-Man’ (Anagonno).
Amma, in Akan, is feminine form of one born on Saturday.
As the solar transit this week occurs on Friday marking end of Mayan long count, Amma, the feminine-solar aspect transforms into Afua Anum, the fifth born cycle, born on Friday, the fifth day of the week.
Omowale has been reborn and in this transformation I bid you in peace as Kweku Asafo Baako and wish you all happy holy days and a prosperous New Years as this is not the end of us but a new beginning!
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