What Is African Religion? – Part 2

What Is African Religion? – Part 2

By Mocholoko (Dr), Zulumathabo Zulu  © 2019

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Dear Erudite Friends,

Please tune in to Lesedi FM Radio at 5am on Sunday August 4, 2019 on the Interfaith program. I will be answering the question What Is African Religion? – Part 2. I delivered What Is African Religion? – Part 1 last Sunday on July 28, 2019. The rendition on indigenous African spirituality was well received by the audience which resulted in the need for What Is African Religion? – Part 2.

Africans boast the oldest religious texts; calendars and astronomical observatories on the planet as confirmed by The Papyrus of Ani; The Ishango Bone; The Lebombo Bone and The Blombos Cave; Nomoratunga of Kenya and numerous archeological discoveries. The organised religions of Christianity; Jewdaism and Islam were inspired by the original African religious texts. Notwithstanding, these religions never give credit to the African genesis of religiosity. The copy cannot be better than the original. It is incumbent upon the original to rise from the ashes like the Phoenix. The African Native must return to the authentic original.

Moreover, the oldest language was invented by the African Natives long before the African exodus and long before the Jewish exodus from Kemet (Egypt).

Listen to the radio on Sunday morning as I unpack the African origins of spirituality.

Raboka Badimo! Badimo ke Bao! Thokoza Makhosi! Mocholoko, Zulumathabo Zulu.

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