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Zulu thought-patterns and symbolism

A. I Berglund

Zulu thought-patterns and symbolism

by A. I Berglund

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Published by Swedish Institute of Missionary in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zulu (African people) -- Social life and customs,
  • Zulu (African people) -- Religion

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAxel-Ivar Berglund
    SeriesStudia missionalia Upsaliensia -- 22, Studia missionalia Upsaliensia -- 22
    The Physical Object
    Pagination402 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages402
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16405145M
    ISBN 100903983586
    LC Control Number76365364

    The isidwaba [isidʷaːɓa], a traditional Zulu leather skirt worn by married woman, is made from the hide of animals that belonged to the woman's father. This article will illustrate how the traditional skirt is made and at which occasions it is worn. It further describes the various designs and patterns of an isidwaba and how they are perceived in society, including the symbolic anthropology. Colour symbolism within sangoma medicine is central to these practices and reflects a religio-alchemical approach. The important symbolic colours are black (mnyama), red (bomvu) and white (mhlophe). 15 Tre atment with such coloured medicines is intended to establish a .

    ♥ Book Title: Zulu Thought-patterns and Symbolism ♣ Name Author: Axel-Ivar Berglund ∞ Launching: Info ISBN Link: ⊗ Detail ISBN code: ⊕ Number Pages: Total sheet ♮ News id: 9mdimVCjbxoC Download File Start Reading.   Christian burials observe the ecclesiastical rites of burying the deceased under the ground. Similarly, most Africans, especially the Zulu people of South Africa, believe that burying their loved ones in the grave is the most respectful practice and a gateway to the ancestors. This article looks at the burial practices and beliefs of the Zulu Author: Sihawukele Ngubane.

    1 Zulu traditional religion and belief in a high/sky god This article was provoked by a reading ofAxel-Iver Berglund’s fascinating book Zulu Thought-Patterns and Symbolism (). In it Berglund pre-1 Hugh Trevor Roper, The Rise of Christian Europe (London: Thames & Hudson, ), Size: KB. UNKULUNKULU is a mythic figure among the Zulu people, a large ethnic group in South Africa. Properly speaking, uNkulunkulu, a name meaning "the old, old one," is not a deity (the Zulu had a weakly developed pantheon) but is rather the "first man." Zulu Thought-Patterns and Symbolism. London, ; Bloomington, Ind., A thoughtful and.


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the Zulu themselves understood actions, words, and other symbols, “the thought- patterns,” by which they ordered their universe. His material-the first from 12 years of research-is wide ranging; it includes Zulu concepts of divinities and shades (senior relatives living and dead), and theirAuthor: Hilda Kuper.

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Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Berglund, Axel-Ivar Title: Zulu thought-patterns and symbolism Published By: Original publisher Uppsala: Swedish Institute of Missionary Research.

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