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African cosmology of the Bântu-Kôngo : tying the spiritual knot : principles of life & living / Kimbwandende Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau.
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  • Fu-Kiau, Kimbwandènde Kia Bunseki, 1934-
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  • African cosmology of the Bântu-Kôngo : tying the spiritual knot : principles of life & living / Kimbwandende Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau.
Varianttitel
  • Tying the spiritual knot
Utgivning, distribution etc.
  • Brooklyn, N.Y. : Athelia Henrietta Press, Pub. in the name of Orunmila, ©2001.
Upplaga
  • 2nd ed.
Fysisk beskrivning
  • 159 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Anmärkning: Allmän
  • 1st ed. published as: The African book without title. 1980.
Anmärkning: Bibliografi etc.
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 156-157).
Anmärkning: Innehåll
  • Introduction to the first edition --- A Few Words to the Second Edition -- 1. Kongo Cosmology in Graphics -- Mapping the Univere -- 2. African Concept of Law and Crime -- 3. Historical Background of the Kongo Cultural Zone -- Social Organization -- The Ancestral Land -- Crime -- Debate Process -- Proverbs Used Within the Community About the Community -- Hearing is Seeing, and Seeing is Reacting/Feeling -- 4. The "V": Basis of All Realities.
Anmärkning: Innehållsbeskrivning, sammanfattning
  • "Life is fundamentally a process of perpetual and mutual communication; and to communicate is to emit and to receive waves and radiations (minika ye minienie). This process of, receiving and releasing or passing them on (tambula ye tambikisa) is the key to human beings game of survival. A person is perpetually bathed by radiations' weight, (zitu kia minienie). The weight (zitu/demo) of radiations may have a negative as well as positive impact on any tiny being, for example a person who represents the most vibrating: "kolo" (knot) of relationships." "The following expressions are very common among the Bantu, in general, and among the Kongo in particular, which prove to us the antiquity of these concepts in the African continent; Our businesses are waved/shaken; our health is waved/shaken; what we possess is waved/shaken; the communities are waved/shaken: Where are these (negative) waves coming from (Salu bieto bieti nikunwa; mavimpi nikunwa; biltuvwidi nikunwa; makanda nikunwa: Kwe kutukanga minika miami)?" "For the Bantu, a person lives and moves within an ocean of waves/radiations. One is sensitive or immune to them. To be sensitive to waves is to be able to react negatively or positively to those waves/forces. But to be immune to surrounding waves/forces, is to be less reactive to them or not at all. These differences account for varying degrees in the process of knowing/learning among individuals"--BOOK Cover.
Term
  • Kongo (African people) Religion. Kosmologi
  • Kongo (folk) Religion
  • Cosmology, African.
  • Kosmologi Afrika
  • Kosmologi Kongo
  • Cosmology, Kongo.
  • Kosmologi Afrika
  • Cosmology, African.
  • Cosmology, Kongo.
  • Kongo (African people) Religion.
  • Religion.
Geografiskt namn
  • Kongo <Volk>
Okontrollerad titel
  • African book without title.
Annat medium
  • Online version: Fu-Kiau, Kimbwandènde Kia Bunseki, 1934- African cosmology of the Bântu-Kôngo. 2nd ed. Brooklyn, N.Y. : Athelia Henrietta Press, Pub. in the name of Orunmila, ©2001
ISBN
  • 1890157287
  • 9781890157289
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