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Specimens of Bushman
Folklore by W.H.I. Bleek and L.C. Lloyd [1911]




The Mantis
Assumes The Form Of A Hartebeest

!Gaunu-Tsaxau
(The Son Of The Mantis), The Baboons, And The Mantis

The Story
Of The Leopard Tortoise.

The Children
Are Sent To Throw The Sleeping Sun Into The Sky.

The Origin
Of Death; Preceded By A Prayer Addressed To The Young Moon.

The Moon
Is Not To Be Looked At When Game Has Been Shot.

The Girl
Of The Early Race, Who Made Stars.

The Great
Star, !Gaunu, Which, Singing, Named The Stars.

What The
Stars Say, And A Prayer To A Star.

!Ko-G!nuing-Tara,
Wife Of The Dawn's-Heart Star, Jupiter.

The Son Of
The Wind.

The Wind.


#Kaga'Ra
And !Haunu, Who Fought Each Other With Lightning.

The Hyena's
Revenge. First Version.

The Hyena's
Revenge. Second Version.

The Lion
Jealous Of The Voice Of The Ostrich.

The Resurrection
Of The Ostrich.

The Vultures,
Their Elder Sister, And Her Husband.

Ddi-Xerreten,
The Lioness, And The Children.

The Mason
Wasp And His Wife.

The Young
Man Of The Ancient Race, Who Was Carried Off By A Lion; When Asleep
In The Field.

A Woman Of
The Early Race And The Rain Bull.

The Girl's
Story; The Frogs' Story.

The Man Who
Ordered His Wife To Cut Off His Ears.

The #Nerru
And Her Husband.

The #Nerru,
As A Bird

The Death
Of The Lizard.

The Cat's
Song.

The Song
Of The Caama Fox.

The Songs
Of The Blue Crane.

The Old Woman's
Song.

A Song Sung
By The Star !Gaunu, And Especially By Bushman Women.

Sirius And
Canopus.

The Song
Of The Bustard.

The Song
Of The Springbok Mothers.

||Kabbo's
Song On The Loss Of His Tobacco Pouch.

The Broken
String.

The Song
Of !Nu!Numma-!Kwiten.

The Leopard
And The Jackal.

Doings Of
The Springbok.

Habits Of
The Bat And The Porcupine.

The Saxicola
Castor And The Wild Cat.

The Baboons
And ||Xabbiten||Xabbiten.

A Lion's
Story.

The Man Who
Found A Lion In A Cave.

Certain Hunting
Observances, Called !Nanna-Sse.

!Nanna-Sse,
Second Part.

Treatment
Of Bones By The Narrator's Grandfather, Tsatsi.

How The Father-In-Law
Of The Narrator Treated Bones.

Tactics In
Springbok Hunting.

||Kabbo's
Capture And Journey To Cape Town. First Account.

||Kabbo's
Capture And Journey To Cape Town. Second Account.

||Kabbo's
Journey In The Railway Train.

||Kabbo's
Intended Return Home.

How |Hang#Kass'o'S
Pet Leveret Was Killed.

The Thunderstorm.


Cutting Off
The Top Of The Little Finger, And Piercing Ears And Nose.

Cutting Off
The Top Of The Little Finger. Second Account

Bushman Presentiments


Doings And
Prayers When Canopus And Sirius Come Out.

The Making
Of Clay Pots.

The Bushman
Soup Spoon.

The Shaped
Rib Bone.

The Bushman
Drum And Dancing Rattles.

How The Dancing
Rattles Are Prepared.

The Use Of
The !Going!Going, Followed By An Account Of A Bushman Dance.

Preparation
Of The Feather Brushes Used In Springbok Hunting.

The Marking
Of Arrows.

The Adhesive
Substance Used By The Bushmen In Marking Arrows.

Mode Of Getting
Rid Of The Evil Influence Of Bad Dreams.

Concerning
Two Apparitions.

The Jackal's
Heart Not To Be Eaten.

||Hara And
Tto.

How Tto Is
Obtained.

Signs Made
By Bushmen In Order To Show In Which Direction They Have Gone.


A Bushman,
Becoming Faint From The Sun's Heat When Returning Home, Throws
Earth Into The Air, That Those At Home May See The Dust And Come
To Help Him.

Death.

The Relations
Of Wind, Moon, And Cloud To Human Beings After Death.

1. The Doings
Of |Xue Are Many.

2. Further
Changes Of Form.

3. |Xue As
A ||Gui Tree And As A Fly.

4. |Xue As
Water And As Other Things. In His Own Form, He Rubs Fire And Dies.


Prayer To
The Young Moon.

The Treatment
Of Thieves.

The Four
Pieces Of Wood Called |Xu, Used For Divining Purposes.

To Beat The
Ground (With A Stone).

Snakes, Lizards,
And A Certain Small Antelope, When Seen Near Graves, To Be Respected.


A Certain
Snake, Which, By Lying Upon Its Back, Announces A Death In The
Family; And Which Must Not, Under These Circumstances, Be Killed.




South African Folk-Tales
by James A. Honey [1910] Kaffir (Xhosa)




Origin Of
The Difference In Modes Of Life between Hottentots And Bushmen


The Lost
Message

The Monkey's
Fiddle

The Tiger,
The Ram, And The Jackal

The Jackal
And The Wolf

A Jackal
And A Wolf

The Lion,
The Jackal, And The Man

The World's
Reward

The Lion
And Jackal

Tink-Tinkje


The Lion
And Jackal

Lion And
Jackal

The Hunt
Of Lion And Jackal

Story Of
Lion And Little Jackal

The Lioness
And The Ostrich

Crocodile's
Treason

The Story
Of A Dam

The Dance
For Water Or Rabbit's Triumph

Jackal And
Monkey

Lion's Share


Jackal's
Bride

The Story
Of Hare

The White
Man And Snake

Another Version
Of The Same Fable

Cloud-Eating


Lion's Illness


Jackal, Dove,
And Heron

Cock And
Jackal

Elephant
And Tortoise

Another Version
Of The Same Fable

Tortoises
Hunting Ostriches

The Judgment
Of Baboon

Lion And
Baboon

The Zebra
Stallion

When Lion
Could Fly

Lion Who
Thought Him Self Wiser Than His Mother

Lion Who
Took A Woman's Shape

Why Has Jackal
A Long, Black Stripe On His Back?

Horse Cursed
By Sun

Lion's Defeat


The Origin
Of Death

Another Version
Of The Same Fable

A Third Version
Of The Same Fable

A Fourth
Version Of The Same Fable

A Zulu Version
Of The Legend Of The "Origin Of Death"



Folk Tales by Georg
McCall Theal [1886]




Story Of
The Bird That Made Milk. I

The Story
Of The Bird That Made Milk. II

The Story
Of Five Heads

The Story
Of Tangalimlibo

Story Of
The Girl Who Disregarded The Custom Of Ntonjane

The Story
Of Simbukumbukwana

The Story
Of Sikulume

The Story
Of Hlakanyana

The Story
Of Demane And Demazana

The Runaway
Children; Or, The Wonderful Feather

Story Of
Ironside And His Sister

Story Of
The Cannibal's Wonderful Bird

The Story
Of The Cannibal Mother And Her Children

Story Of
The Girl And The Mbulu

The Story
Of Mbulukazi

The Story
Of Long Snake

The Story
Of Kenkebe

Another Story
Of Kenkebe

Story Of
The Wonderful Horns

The Story
Of The Glutton

Story Of
The Great Chief Of The Animals

Story Of
The Hare

Story Of
Lion And Little Jackal

Proverbs
And Figurative Expressions



The
Bantu


Myths and Legends
of the Bantu by Alice Werner [1933]




Chapter I:
Introductory

Chapter II:
Where Man Came From, and How Death Came

Chapter III:
Legends of the High Gods

Chapter IV:
The Heaven Country and the Heaven People

Chapter V:
Mortals Who Have Ascended to Heaven

Chapter VI:
The Ghosts and the Ghost Country

Chapter VII:
The Avenger of Blood

Chapter VIII:
Heroes and Demi-Gods

Chapter IX:
The Wakilindi Saga

Chapter X:
The Story of Liongo Fumo

Chapter XI:
The Tricksters Hlakanyana and Huveane

Chapter XII:
The Amazimu

Chapter XIII:
Of Were-Wolves, Halfmen, Gnomes, Goblins, and Other Monsters

Chapter XIV:
The Swallowing Monster

Chapter XV:
Lightning, Thunder, Rain, and the Rainbow

Chapter XVI:
Doctors, Prophets, and Witches

Chapter XVII:
Brer Rabbit in Africa

Chapter XVIII:
Legends of the Tortoise

Chapter XIX:
Stories of Some Other Animals

Chapter XX.-
Some Stories Which Have Travelled



West
and Central Africa


Myths of f by John
Wyndham [1921]




I. THE BEGINNING.


II. THE DESCENT


III. THE
WAR OF THE GODS.

IV. THE SACRIFICE
OF MRIMI.

V. THE BO
WARS.

VI. THE PASSING
OF GUN.



Notes on the Folklore
of the Fjort, by R. E. Dennett. [1898]




I. The Folklore
Of The Fjort.

II. How A
Native Story Is Told.

III. How
The Wives Restored Their Husband To Life.

IV. How Nsassi
(Gazelle) Got Married.

V. The Vanishing
Wife.

VI. Another
Vanishing Wife.

VII. The
Jealous Wife.

VIII. Ngomba's
Balloon.

IX. The Wicked
Husband.

X. The Wonderful
Child.

XI. How Kengi
Lost Her Child.

XII. The
Twin Brothers.

XIII. The
Younger Brother Who Knew More Than The Elder.

XIV. The
Chimpanzee And Gorilla.

XV. The Antelope
And The Leopard.

XVI. How
The Spider Won And Lost Nzambi's Daughter.

XVII. The
Turtle And The Man.

XVIII. Killing
A Leopard.

XIX. The
Gazelle And The Leopard.

XX. The Wild
Cat And The Gazelle.

XXI. The
Crafty Woman Overreaches Herself.

XXII. How
The Fetish Sunga Punished My Great-Uncle's Twin Brother, Basa.


XXIII. The
Rabbit And The Antelope.

XXIV. The
Fight Between The Two Fetishes, Lifuma And Chimpukela.

XXV. The
Fetish Of Chilunga.

XXVI. The
Leopard And The Crocodile.

XXVII. Why
Some Men Are White And Others Black.

XXVIII. The
Bird-Messengers.

XXIX. Nzambi
Mpungu's Ambassador.

XXX. Why
The Crocodile Does Not Eat The Hen.

XXXI. The
Three Brothers.

XXXII. Death
And Burial Of The Fjort.



At the Back of the
Black Man's Mind by R. E. Dennett. [1906]




Chapter 1
LUANGO AND THE BAVILI

Chapter 2
ELECTION OF A KING IN THE KONGO

Chapter 3
CORONATION OF A KING IN THE KONGO

Chapter 4
COURTS OF MALUANGO AND MAMBOMA

Chapter 5
LAW

Chapter 6
MEASURES, SIGNS, AND SYMBOLS

Chapter 7
BAVILI PSYCHOLOGY

Chapter 8
NDONGOISM

Chapter 9
NKICI-ISM

Chapter 10
BAVILI PHILOSOPHY

Chapter 11
BIBILA, THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE GROVES

Chapter 12
SACRED LANDS AND RIVERS

Chapter 13
SACRED TREES

Chapter 14
THE OMENS

Chapter 15
SACRED ANIMALS

Chapter 16
NZAMBI (GOD), THE WORD NKICI, AND THE BAKICI BACI

Chapter 17
THE BINI

Chapter 18
BENIN DISTRICTS

Chapter 19
BINI CUSTOMS

Chapter 20
MORE CUSTOMS

Chapter 21
TRACES OF NKICI-ISM AMONG THE BINI

Chapter 22
THE PHILOSOPHY AT THE BACK OF THE BLACK MAN'S MIND IN TABLE FORM




Folk Stories from
Southern Nigeria By Elphinstone Dayrell, Introduction by Andrew
Lang. [1910]




Chapter 1
LUANGO AND THE BAVILI

Chapter 2
ELECTION OF A KING IN THE KONGO

Chapter 3
CORONATION OF A KING IN THE KONGO

Chapter 4
COURTS OF MALUANGO AND MAMBOMA

Chapter 5
LAW

Chapter 6
MEASURES, SIGNS, AND SYMBOLS

Chapter 7
BAVILI PSYCHOLOGY

Chapter 8
NDONGOISM

Chapter 9
NKICI-ISM

Chapter 10
BAVILI PHILOSOPHY

Chapter 11
BIBILA, THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE GROVES

Chapter 12
SACRED LANDS AND RIVERS

Chapter 13
SACRED TREES

Chapter 14
THE OMENS

Chapter 15
SACRED ANIMALS

Chapter 16
NZAMBI (GOD), THE WORD NKICI, AND THE BAKICI BACI

Chapter 17
THE BINI

Chapter 18
BENIN DISTRICTS

Chapter 19
BINI CUSTOMS

Chapter 20
MORE CUSTOMS

Chapter 21
TRACES OF NKICI-ISM AMONG THE BINI

Chapter 22
THE PHILOSOPHY AT THE BACK OF THE BLACK MAN'S MIND IN TABLE FORM




Fetichism in West
Africa by Rev. Robert Hamill Nassau. [1904]




Chapter I:
Constitution of Native African Society--Sociology

Chapter II:
The Idea of God--Religion

Chapter III:
Polytheism--Idolatry

Chapter IV
:Spiritual Beings in African Religion

Chapter V:
Spiritual Beings in Africa--Their Classes and Functions

Chapter VI:
Fetichism--Its Philosophy--A Physical Salvation--Charms and Amulets


Chapter VII:
The Fetich--A Worship

Chapter VIII:
The Fetich--Witchcraft--A White Art--Sorcery

Chapter IX:
The Fetich--Witchcraft--A Black Art--Demonology

Chapter X:
Fetichism--A Government

Chapter XI:
The Fetich--Its Relation to the Family

Chapter XII:
The Fetich--Its Relations to Daily Work and Occupations and to
the Needs of Life

Chapter XIII:
The Fetich--Superstition in Customs

Chapter XIV:
Fetich--Its Relation to the Future Life--Ceremonies at Deaths
and Funerals

Chapter XV:
Fetichism--Some of its Practical Effects

Chapter XVI:
Tales of Fetich Based on Fact

Chapter XVII:
Fetich in Folk-Lore



Hausa Folklore by
Maalam Shaihu, translated by R. Sutherland Rattray. [1913]




1. The story
of the slave by name 'The World'

2. How brothers
and sisters first came to quarrel and hate each other

3. The story
of the boy and the old woman, and how the wasp got his small waist


4. The story
about a beautiful maiden, and how the hartebeest got the marks
under its eyes like teardrops

5. How the
whip and the 'maara' spoon (a broken bit of calabash) came to
the haunts of men

6. A story
about a chief, and how his sons observed his funeral, and the
origin of the spider

7. A story
about an orphan, showing that 'he who sows evil, it comes forth
in his own garden'

8. A story
about a witch, and how the baby of the family outwitted her, and
invented the first walled town

9. The doctor
who went a pilgrimage to Mecca on a hyena

10. A story
about a chief and his cook

11. A story
about three youths all skilled in certain things, and how they
used that skill to circumvent a difficulty.

12. A story
about a giant, and the cause of thunder

13. A story
about an orphan which was the origin of the saying 'The orphan
with a coat of skin is hated, but when it is a metal one he is
honoured'

14. A story
of a jealous man and what befell him

15. A story
of a great friendship and how it was put to the test

16. A story
about a test of skill

17. A story
about Miss Salt, Miss Pepper, &c.

18. The story
of Muusa (Moses) and how it came about that brothers and sisters
do not marry each other

19. A story
about a hunter and his son

20. A story
about a maiden and the pumpkin

21. The Gaawoo-tree
and the maiden, and the first person who ever went mad



Woman's Mysteries
of a Primitive People by D. Amaury Talbot. [1915]




Chapter 1: Introductory


Chapter 2: Prenatal
Influences And Birth Customs

Chapter 3: Birth Customs
(continued)

Chapter 4: Affinities
Or Bush Souls

Chapter 5: Childhood


Chapter 6: Maidenhood
To Marriage

Chapter 7: Wedded
Life And Motherhood

Chapter 8: Domestic
Life

Chapter 9: Marriage
Problems

Chapter 10: Love Philtres
And Magic

Chapter 11: Witchcraft


Chapter 12: Jujus


Chapter 13: Woman
And Secret Societies

Chapter 14: Woman
In War Time

Chapter 15: Widowhood
And Burial Customs

Chapter 16: Widowhood
And Burial Customs (continued)



The Yoruba Speaking
Peoples by A.B. Ellis [1894]




Chapter I:
Introductory.

Chapter II:
Chief Gods.

Chapter III:
Minor Gods.

Chapter IV:
Remarks on the Foregoing.

Chapter V:
Priests and Worship.

Chapter VI:
Egungun, Oro, Abiku, and Various Superstitions.

Chapter VII:
The In-Dwelling Spirits And Souls of Men.

Chapter VIII:
Measurements of Time.

Chapter IX:
Ceremonies at Birth, Marriage, and Death.

Chapter XIII:
Proverbs.

Chapter XIV:
Folk-Lore Tales.



Caribbean



Jamaica Anansi Stories
by Martha Warren Beckwith [1924].




1. Tying
Tiger.

2. Tiger
as Substitute.

3. Tiger
as Riding-horse.

4. Tiger's
Sheep-skin Suit.

5. Tiger
Catching the Sheep-thief.

6. Tiger's
Breakfast.

7. Eggs and
Scorpions.

8. Tiger's
Bone-hole.

9. The Christening.


10. Eating
Tiger's Guts.

11. Throwing
away Knives.

12. Grace
Before Meat.

13. Day-time
Trouble.

14. New Names.


15. Long-shirt.


16. Shut
up in the Pot.

17. House
in the Air.

18. Goat
on the Hill-side.

19. Dog and
Dog-head.

20. Tacoomah's
Corn-piece.

21. Anansi
and the Tar-baby.

22. Inside
the Cow.

23. Cunnie-More-Than-Father.


24. The Duckano
tree.

25. Food
and Cudgel.

26. The Riddle.


27. Anansi
and Brother Dead.

28. Brother
Dead and the Brindle Puppy.

29. The Cowitch
and Mr. Foolman.

30. Dry-Head
and Anansi. 31. The Yam-hills.

32. The Law
against Back-biting.

33. Fling-a-mile.


34. But-but
and Anansi.

35. Tumble-bug
and Anansi.

36. Horse
and Anansi.

37. Anansi
in Monkey Country.

38. Curing
the Sick.

39. Anansi,
White-belly and Fish.

40. Goat's
Escape.

41. Turtle's
Escape.

42. Fire
and Anansi.

43. Quit-quit
and Anansi.

44. Spider
Marries Monkey's Daughter.

45. The Chain
of Victims.

46. Why Tumble-bug
Rolls in the Dung.

47. Why John-crow
has a Bald Head.

48. Why Dog
is always Looking.

49. Why Rocks
at the River are covered with Moss.

50. Why Ground-dove
Complains.

51. Why Hog
is always Grunting.

52. Why Toad
Croaks.

53. Why Woodpecker
Bores Wood.

54. Why Crab
is afraid after Dark.

55. Why Mice
are no Bigger.

56. Rat's
Wedding. [Supplementary Note]

57. Cockroach
Stories.

58. Hunter,
Guinea-hen and Fish.

59. Rabbit
Stories.

60. The Animal
Race.

61. The Fasting
Trial.

62. Man is
Stronger.

63. The Pea
that made a Fortune.

64. Settling
the Father's Debt.

65. Mr. Lenaman's
Corn-field.

66. Simon
Tootoos.

67. The Tree-wife.


68. Sammy
the Comferee.

69. Grandy-Do-an'-Do.


70. Jack
and Harry.

71. Pea-fowl
as Messenger.

72. The Barking
Puppy.

73. The Singing
Bird.

74. Two Sisters.


75. Asoonah.


76. The Greedy
Child.

77. Alimoty
and Aliminty.

78. The Fish
Lover.

79. Juggin
Straw Blue.

80. The Witch
and the Grain of Peas.

81. Bosen
Corner.

82. The Three
Dogs.

83. Andrew
and his Sisters.

84. The Hunter.


85. Man-Snake
as Bridegroom.

86. The Girls
who married the Devil.

87. Bull
as Bridegroom.

88. The Two
Bulls.

89. Ballinder
Bull.

90. Bird
Arinto.

91. Tiger
Softens his Voice.

92. Hidden
Names.

93. Anansi
and Mr. Able.

94. The King's
Three Daughters.

95. The Dumb
Child.

96. The Dumb
Wife.

97. Leap,
Timber, Leap.

98. The Boy
fools Anansi.

99. The Water
Crayfish.

100. Ali
Baba and Kissem.

101. Bull-of
all-the-Land.

102. The
Boiling Pot.

103. The
Twelve One-eyed Men.

104. Bird
and Hunter.

105. Jack
and the Devil Errant.

106. The
Magic Hat and the Staff of Life.

107. Uncle
Green and Jack.

108. Big
Begum and Little Begum.

109. The
Fool and the Wise Brother.

110. The
Children and the Witch.

111. The
Boy and the Mermaid.

112. Difficult
Tasks.

113. The
Grateful Beasts.

114. Jack
and the Bean-stalk.

115. Jack
and the Devil.

116. Jack's
Riddle.

117. Jack
as Fortune-teller.

118. Robin
as Fortune-teller.

119. Jack
and the Grateful Dead.

120. The
Boy and his Master.

121. The
Language of Beasts.

122. The
Three Pieces of Advice.

123. Three
Brothers and the Life-tree.

124. The
Skilful Brothers.

125. The
Three Sillies.

126. A Misunderstanding.


127. Big-head,
Big-belly, and Little-foot.

128. The
Goat in the Lion's Den.

129. The
Donkey, the Cat and the Lion's Head.

130. Clever
Molly May.

131. Dancing
to Anansi's Fiddle.

132. Anansi
claims the dinner.

133. Anansi
seeks his Fortune.

134. The
Pannier-jar.

135. Anansi
kills his Grandmother.

136. White
Belly and Anansi.

137. Monkey
hunts Anansi.

138. Anansi
and the Pig coming from Market.

139. The
Fifer.

140. In Come
Murray.

141. Tacoomah
makes a Dance.

142. Anansi
makes a Dance.

143. Red
Yam.

144. Guzzah
Man.

145. Fowl
and Pretty Poll.

146. The
Cumbolo.

147. John-crow
and Fowl at Court.

148. Wooden
Ping-ping and Cock.

149. Animal
Talk.



Rastafarianism



The Kebra Nagast E.A.
Wallis Budge, translator [1932].




1. Concerning
the Glory of Kings

2. Concerning
the Greatness of Kings

3. Concerning
the Kingdom of ADAM

4. Concerning
Envy

5. Concerning
the Kingdom of SETH

6. Concerning
the Sin of CAIN

7. Concerning
NOAH

8. Concerning
the Flood

9. Concerning
the Covenant of NOAH

10. Concerning
ZION

11. The Unanimous
Declaration of the Three Hundred and Eighteen Orthodox Fathers


12. Concerning
CANAAN

13. Concerning
ABRAHAM

14. Concerning
the Covenant of ABRAHAM

15. Concerning
ISAAC and JACOB

16. Concerning
RBL (REUBEN)

17. Concerning
the Glory of ZION

18. How the
Orthodox Fathers and Bishops Agreed

19. How this
Book came to be found

20. Concerning
the Division of the Earth

21. Concerning
the Queen of the South

22. Concerning
TMRN, the Merchant

23. How the
Merchant returned to ETHIOPIA

24. How the
Queen made ready to set out on her Journey

25. How the
Queen came to SOLOMON the King

26. How the
King held converse with the Queen

27. Concerning
the Labourer

28. How SOLOMON
gave Commandments to the Queen

29. Concerning
the Three Hundred and Eighteen [Patriarchs]

30. Concerning
how King SOLOMON swore to the Queen

31. Concerning
the sign which SOLOMON gave the Queen

32. How the
Queen brought forth and came to her own Country

33. How the
King of ETHIOPIA travelled

34. How the
young man arrived in his mother's country

35. How King
SOLOMON sent to his son the commander of his army

36. How King
SOLOMON held intercourse with his son

37. How SOLOMON
asked His Son Questions

38. How the
King planned to send away his son with the children of the nobles


39. How they
made the Son of SOLOMON King

40. How ZADOK
the priest gave commands to DAVID the King

41. Concerning
the blessing of Kings

42. Concerning
the Ten Commandments

43. How the
men of the Army of ISRAEL received [their] orders

44. How it
is not a seemly thing to revile the King

45. How those
who were sent away wept and made a plan

46. How they
made a plan concerning ZION

47. Concerning
the offering of AZRYS (AZARIAH) and the King

48. How they
carried away ZION

49. How his
Father blessed his Son

50. How they
bade farewell to his Father and how the city mourned

51. How he
said unto ZADOK the Priest, "Go and bring the Covering (or, Clothing)
which is upon it (i.e., ZION)"

52. How ZADOK
the Priest Departed

53. How the
Wagon was given to ETHIOPIA

54. How DAVID
[the King of ETHIOPIA] Prophesied and Saluted ZION

55. How the
People of ETHIOPIA Rejoiced

56. Of the
Return of ZADOK the Priest, and the giving of the Gift

57. Concerning
the Fall of ZADOK the Priest

58. How SOLOMON
Rose up to Slay them

59. How the
King Questioned an Egyptian, the Servant of PHARAOH

60. How SOLOMON
Lamented for ZION

61. How SOLOMON
Returned to JERUSALEM

62. Concerning
the answer which SOLOMON made to them

63. How the
Nobles of ISRAEL agreed [with the King]

64. How the
Daughter of PHARAOH Seduced SOLOMON

65. Concerning
the sin of SOLOMON

66. Concerning
the prophecy of CHRIST

67. Concerning
the lamentation of SOLOMON

68. Concerning
MARY, Our Lady of Salvation

69. Concerning
the Question of SOLOMON

70. How REHOBOAM
reigned

71. Concerning
MARY, the daughter of DAVID

72. Concerning
the King of RM (CONSTANTINOPLE)

73. Concerning
the first judgment of ADRM, King of RM

74. Concerning
the King of MEDYM

75. Concerning
the King of BABYLON

76. Concerning
lying witnesses

77. Concerning
the King of PERSIA

78. Concerning
the King of MOAB

79. Concerning
the King of AMALEK

80. Concerning
the King of the PHILISTINES

81. How the
son of SAMSON slew the son of the King of the PHILISTINES

82. Concerning
the going down of ABRAHAM into EGYPT

83. Concerning
the King of the ISHMAELITES

84. Concerning
the King of ETHIOPIA and how he returned to his country

85. Concerning
the rejoicing of Queen MKED

86. How Queen
MKED made her son King

87. How the
nobles (or governors) of ETHIOPIA took the oath

88. How he
himself related to his mother how they made him King

89. How the
Queen talked to the Children of ISRAEL

90. How AZARIAH
praised the Queen and her city

91. This
is what ye shall eat: the clean and the unclean

92. How they
renewed the kingdom of DAVID

93. How the
Men of RM destroyed the Faith

94. The first
war of the King of ETHIOPIA

95. How the
honourable estate of the King of ETHIOPIA was universally accepted


96. Concerning
the Prophecy about CHRIST

97. Concerning
the Murmuring of ISRAEL

98. Concerning
the Rod of MOSES and the Rod of AARON

99. Concerning
the Two Servants

100. Concerning
the Angels who rebelled

101. Concerning
Him that existeth in Everything and Everywhere

102. Concerning
the Beginning

103. Concerning
the Horns of the Altar

104. More
concerning the Ark and the Talk of the Wicked

105. Concerning
the belief of ABRAHAM

106. A Prophecy
concerning the Coming of CHRIST

107. Concerning
His entrance into JERUSALEM in Glory

108. Concerning
the wickedness of the iniquitous JEWS

109. Concerning
His Crucifixion

110. Concerning
His Resurrection

111. Concerning
His Ascension and His Second Coming

112. How
the Prophets foreshadowed Him in their persons

113. Concerning
the Chariot and the Vanquisher of the Enemy

114. Concerning
the return of ZION

115. Concerning
the Judgement of ISRAEL

116. Concerning
the Chariot of ETHIOPIA

117. Concerning
the King of RM and the King of ETHIOPIA



The Wisdom of Rastafari




THE BIBLE


RELIGION


MORALITY


HUMAN RIGHTS


UNITY

GOVERNMENT


LEADERSHIP


EDUCATION


RESPONSIBILITY


PLANNING


WORK

SELF HELP


DEVELOPMENT


LAND POLICY


RESOURCES


AGRICULTURE


FINE ARTS


HEALTH

INTER AFRICA


ETHIOPIA'S
POSITION

INTERNATIONAL
POLITICS

FATE

LIFE

DEATH

MISCELLANEOUS



Vodun
(Voodoo)


Last of the Voudoos
by Lafcadio Hearn [1885]


New Orleans Superstitions
by Lafcadio Hearn [1886]


Voodoo and Obeahs
By Joseph J. Williams. New York, [1932].




Chapter I:
African Ophiolatry

Chapter II:
Serpent Cult at Whydah

Chapter III:
Voodoo in Haiti

Chapter IV:
Origin of Obeah

Chapter V:
Development of Obeah in Jamaica



Psychic Phenomena
of Jamaica By Joseph J. Williams. New York, [1934].







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