Nommo

The Nommo are mythological ancestral spirits (sometimes referred to as deities) worshipped by the Dogon tribe of Mali. The word Nommos is derived from a Dogon word meaning `to make one drink.` The Nommos are usually described as amphibious, hermaphroditic, fish-like creatures. Folk art depictions of the Nommos show creatures with humanoid upper .....
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Nommo

(from the article `African religions`) ...of the Dogon of Mali, the Creator, Amma, brought the world into existence by mixing the primordial elements with the vibration of his spoken word, ... ...of two elements), or even a dualistic opposition (as two opposed elements that function as principles in respect to the actual creation), is f...
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Nommo

[magazine] Nommo is an African-American political, cultural, and social magazine. It is a quarterly student publication based at the University of California, Los Angeles. Founded by Lance Williams, Nommo published its first issue on December 4, 1968. Editors have included Wanuri Kahiu, Lisa Smith-Young and M. K. Asante, Jr. According to Wo...
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