The Table Of Nations And The Origin Of Races peoples, they conquered the indigenous peoples of that been intermarriage and subsequent people groups. Sindhi, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, soga, Somali, Songye http://www.creationapologetics.org/editorials/nations.html
Extractions: by Tim Osterholm The history of the races of mankind is a fascinating subject. Biologically, a race is generally thought of as a variety, or subspecies, within a given species. All the races are a part of the human race. We have made the term race to apply to skin color, but the dictionary defines race as "a class or kind of individuals with common characteristics, interests, appearances, or habits as if derived from a common ancestor." Where did we come from? The answers have always been with us, as presented in the original Table of Nations. What you are about to read can best be described as an Exegesis (from the Greek exégesis, verb: exégetikos, meaning interpretation, guide, translation or critical exposition). Once you have read what is presented here, you may not view any race of people the same way again. Note that there is nothing like the Table of Nations (as presented here) in any other national tradition. Every other attempt to tell where the nations derived or where one nation derived, which comes from the time before Christ (B.C.), is hopelessly naive and filled with impossibilities and myths. There is nothing from the B.C. period that can remotely compare with this presentation as to accuracy and detail. The fact is, that wherever its statements can be sufficiently tested, Genesis 10 of the Bible has been found completely accurate; resulting partly from linguistic studies, partly from archaeology, and, more recently still, from the findings of physical anthropologists, who are, to this day, recovering important clues to lines of migration in ancient historic times. As implied in verse 32 of Genesis 10, this Table includes everybody; meaning that so-called fossil man, primitive peoples (ancient and modern) and modern man are all derived from Noah's three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth. In light of this, findings from anthropology, archaeology, ethnography, ethnohistory, genetics and geology, substantiate an alternate interpretation of the history of humanity. Additionally, references from historical records, ancient literature, mythology, burial customs, and other sources, all provide strong evidences.
Extractions: Trepanation is the oldest surgical procedure practiced by mankind. The earliest evidence of trepanation dates back 10,000 years. At no time had evidence been found that brain surgery was the intention of this procedure. The mission of ITAG is to compile every bit of information about trepanation and its benefits brought such enthusiastic welcome from people who wanted to be trepanned that we went looking for some doctors willing to provide the surgery in a first-class clinic. In August of 2000, we struck gold. The rest is history. Elective trepanation is now available to people who volunteer for the medical pilot study. The long-term study will determine once and for all what the benefits are to making a hole in the skull bone. My advice is to believe or disbelieve nothing. The only truth is in the experience. ITAG - The 'Medicine-Men' Trepanation of The Skull by The Medicine-Men Of Primitive Cultures, With Particular Reference To Present-day Native East African Practice By EDWARD L. MARGETTS
History Of The Press In SA - SouthAfrica.info Eastern Cape and the work between missionaries and indigenous people. be written, owned and controlled by black people. started in 1897 by AK soga; Ilanga lase http://www.safrica.info/ess_info/sa_glance/constitution/971558.htm
Extractions: History of the press in SA During the apartheid era, newspapers had to apply for registration if they published more than 11 times a year. An arbitrary amount was also required before registration was approved. The government also enforced regulations controlling what newspapers could or could not publish, especially relating to articles and comment on activities against the apartheid system. Newspapers were, for instance, not allowed to quote banned organisations and their spokesmen, or report on conditions inside prisons or the activities of the security forces. At the height of the anti-apartheid struggle in the 1980s, when two states of emergency were declared, censorship regulations were tightened. Newspapers were barred from reporting on any demonstrations or activity against the apartheid government or any of its laws. The threat of closure forced newspaper editors to apply a self-censorship policy, while other papers printed blank pages or whole paragraphs blacked out as a sign of protest.
Edward Evans-Pritchard (1902-1973, Britain ) to those who do not belong to these indigenous societies which forces an anthropologist to step into local peoples shoes This page was created by Kyoko soga. http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/anthropology/Evans-Pritchard.html
Extractions: Edward Evans-Pritchard (1902-1973, Britain Edward Evans-Pritchard is known for his approach in analyzing non-western belief systems, especially those in Africa . He believed that anthropologists should analyze societies by considering the local peoples views and should not entirely rely on presupposed ideas about that society. In other words, an anthropologist needs to understand peoples behaviors and thoughts in their own context, which is based on their local reality. Evans-Pritchard studied seemingly alien norms in Africa and demonstrated that they make perfect sense from the local persons point of view. His goal was to present ethnographies of indigenous beliefs in an accurate and coherent manner to those who do not belong to these indigenous societies. One of the famous ethnographies by Evans-Pritchard is Witchcraft, Oracles and Magic among the Azande , an analysis on witchcraft within the Azande society of East Africa . The Azande often credit witchcraft when they meet misfortunes. For example, when a building suddenly collapses and people who happen to be under its roof are injured, they say this happening is due to witchcraft. Evans-Pritchard argued that this witchcraft explanation supplies a missing link. The Azande know these two facts: that the supports for the roof were undermined and that people were sitting under the roof in order to escape the glare of the sun. However, the Azande need an explanation that also connects these two events, and that explanation is witchcraft. Evans-Pritchards analysis shows that the Azandes witchcraft explanation is rational according to their way of reasoning. Besides anthropological values, this ethnography
Table Of Nations And Genealogy Of Mankind The Table of Nations and Genealogy of Mankind. Japheth, Shem, Ham, the true history of races. The history of man. early settlers of africa, Asia, Australia, the South peoples, they conquered http://www.osterholm.info/man
Extractions: The history of the races of mankind is a fascinating subject. Biologically, a race is generally thought of as a variety, or subspecies, within a given species. All the races are a part of the human race. We have made the term race to apply to skin color, but the dictionary defines race as "a class or kind of individuals with common characteristics, interests, appearances, or habits as if derived from a common ancestor." Where did we come from? The answers have always been with us, as presented in the original Table of Nations. What you are about to read can best be described as an Exegesis (from the Greek meaning interpretation, guide, translation or critical exposition). Once you have read what is presented here, you may not view any race of people the same way again. Note that there is nothing like the Table of Nations (as presented here) in any other national tradition. Every other attempt to tell where the nations derived or where one nation derived, which comes from the time before Christ (B.C.), is hopelessly naive and filled with impossibilities and myths. There is nothing from the B.C. period that can remotely compare with this presentation as to accuracy and detail. The fact is, that wherever its statements can be sufficiently tested, Genesis 10 of the Bible has been found completely accurate; resulting partly from linguistic studies, partly from archaeology, and, more recently still, from the findings of physical anthropologists, who are, to this day, recovering important clues to lines of migration in ancient historic times. As implied in verse 32 of Genesis 10, this Table includes everybody; meaning that so-called fossil man, primitive peoples (ancient and modern) and modern man are all derived from Noah's three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth. In light of this, findings from anthropology, archaeology, ethnography, ethnohistory, genetics and geology, substantiate an alternate interpretation of the history of humanity. Additionally, references from historical records, ancient literature, mythology, burial customs, and other sources, all provide strong evidences.
Women And The African National Congress: 1912-1943 the white settlers originated and the indigenous societies they Mina soga was a founding member of the African People s Organisation 6. April 1912; Bradford, H http://www.anc.org.za/ancdocs/pubs/umrabulo/umrabulo13g.html
Extractions: Women and the African National Congress: 1912-1943 by Frene Ginwala For the first 30 years of the its existence, the exclusion of women from full membership in the Constitution of the South African Native National Convention (SANNC/ANC), contrasted with the participation of women in the deliberations, decision making and campaigns of the organisation, (though not in the leadership). This apparent contradiction arose from the reality of African women's involvement in resistance and the peculiar structure of the ANC, which allowed for ways in which women could participate. The exclusion of women was not surprising nor exceptional for the time. The societies from which the white settlers originated and the indigenous societies they encountered in South Africa were male dominated and patriarchal. In 1912, throughout South Africa government and politics were generally seen as the terrain of men, and all women, black and white were denied the right to vote. That women were excluded from membership of the major political organisation of the African people was to be expected: the more so, as the formation of the SANNC was intended to unite the African people, and constructed to express an alliance between the traditional rulers, the educated petty bourgeoisie and aspirant middle class. The absence of women from political institutions does not necessarily lead to their absence in the political arena. The ways in which women worked with and in the ANC is complex, and it is not correct to say, that the exclusion of full membership "...laid the basis of the ANC's treatment of women for the next twenty five years, as a separate category of members outside of the scope of its regular activities." (Walker, 1982)
Africa half a lifetime documenting african indigenous Churches and Choirs, and the contribution of people like Professor should have us looking to africa for faith http://www.schoolofministry.ac.nz/reformed/africa.htm
Extractions: Africa is important to New Zealand for much more than rugby Links: Ghana BBC June - July 2003, The Missionaries Programme 1: Ghana The fight against slavery was a great goal for 19th century missionaries to Africa, like David Livingstone. Many people assume that the fact that Africa today is overwhelmingly Christian is down to the success of those missionaries. The real story is now only beginning to emerge; the slave trade still plays a key role, but not in the way you'd imagine.
Attwell project in both English and the indigenous languages, creating show that at certain moments, soga was able Michael Chapman, Red People and School People from http://www.uchicago.edu/research/jnl-crit-inq/issues/v23/v23n3.attwell.html
Extractions: by David Attwell Of course, that which resists translation between cultures, even in the intimacy of protracted interaction, must also claim our attentionI shall return to this. By 1910, however, with the Act of Union, South Africa's "symbolic struggle" had produced a colonial state that, as the Comaroffs put it, was both "an institutional order of political regulation and a condition of being, a structure and a predicament" ( E, By the mid-nineteenth century, the "new order" in the Cape Colony entailed a shift from a patriarchal mode of authority vested in the person of the Dutch pastoralist to a diffused, administrative form of power that limited the authority of the chiefs, redefined prevailing conditions of movement and labor for Africans, and consolidated a discursive regime based on the otherness of the native. The systemic quality of these developments leads one to conclude that at least part of the contemporary search for the roots of apartheid must be conducted in the effects of the British settlement. The "stabilizing presence" of the 1820 settlers was to make use of civilized "'free labour'" rather than slavery, but the settlers' prosperity came increasingly to depend on other forms of coercion. As Martin Legassick puts it, "the basis of 'civilisation'the aspiration of the Enlightenmentlay in the practice of 'barbarism.'" Under these conditions the English language assumed the position it holds today, of being what J. M. Coetzee aptly calls "a deeply entrenched foreign language."
8 Pan Africanism settled and the inland where the indigenous people lived is soga was even married to a Scottish woman which who not only talked back, but cussed white people! http://husky1.stmarys.ca/~wmills/course317/8Pan_Africanism.html
MSN Encarta - Print Preview - Uganda of the Ganda, is the most frequently used indigenous tongue About 41 percent of the people of Uganda are Roman Traditional Ganda and soga men often wear a long http://encarta.msn.com/text_761566572___10/Uganda.html
Extractions: Print Preview Uganda Article View On the File menu, click Print to print the information. Uganda III. People and Society The 1991 Uganda census counted 16,671,705 people. By 2004 the population had grown to an estimated 26.4 million Ugandans, giving the country a population density of 132 per sq km (342 per sq mi). The estimated growth rate of the population in 2004 was 3 percent. The birth rate was 46 per 1,000 people and the death rate 17 per 1,000. Life expectancy at birth was 45.3 years. The fertility rate, the number of births per woman, was 6.6. Almost all Ugandans are black Africans. Foreign residents make up less than 4 percent of the population and come mostly from neighboring states. The population is concentrated in the south, particularly in the crescent at the edge of Lake Victoria and in the southwest. Uganda is predominantly rural, with only 15 percent of the population living in urban areas. Kampala, near Lake Victoria, is Ugandaâs intellectual and business center and its only city. Jinja, the most important industrial center, is located on the Nile at Lake Victoria. The next largest towns are Mbale, Masaka, Mpigi, and Mbarara. A.
SA Law Commission - Customary Marriages DP74 soga JH The AmaXosa life and customs (1931) Lovedale Press And, if indigenous law, which one Few people were prepared to argue for customary law, since it was http://wwwserver.law.wits.ac.za/salc/discussn/dp74.html
Extractions: Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is a children's television Television is a telecommunication system for broadcasting and receiving moving pictures and sound over a distance. The term has come to refer to all the aspects of television programming and transmission as well. The televisual has become synonymous with postmodern culture. The word television is a hybrid word, coming from both Greek and Latin. "Tele-" is Greek for "far", while "-vision" is from the Latin "visio", meaning "vision" or "sight". Click the link for more information. and movie For other uses see film (disambiguation) Film , also called movies the cinema moving pictures motion pictures photoplays picture shows and flicks is a field that cocorico encompasses motion pictures as an art form, or as part of the entertainment industry. Because film historically has been the primary medium for displaying moving images, academics often refer to this field as the study of film.
Unisa Online - Footnotes too thorough on the development of indigenous Christianity among 7 (Johannesburg, 1989); J Hodgson, soga and Dukwana D Gaitskell, The Bantu people are very http://www.unisa.ac.za/default.asp?Cmd=ViewContent&ContentID=1165
Unisa Online - Writers of examining the ways in which people cope with target has wellnigh killed our indigenous literatures difference between the works of Tiyo soga, Mqhayi, Mofolo http://www.unisa.ac.za/default.asp?Cmd=ViewContent&ContentID=11849
HISTORY OF THE SUKUMA as it exists today a conglomeration of disparate, indigenous. community of homesteads like the soga of Uganda Though generally a peaceful people, the Sukuma in http://fizzylogic.com/wasukuma/history.html
Extractions: European penetration of the East African hinterland dates from little more than 100 years ago. Colonial administration commenced formerly in 1890, but effective control in local areas required a decade or two more for its accomplishment. In its entirety the era ended with the independence of Tanganyika in 1961, Uganda in 1962, and Kenya and Zanzibar in 1963. The European presence- whatever its accomplishments or failures, advantages or drawbacks-both forced and attracted East Africa abruptly into the modern world. THE SUKUMA Details of Sukuma origins are obscure. Available evidence suggests that the tribe as it exists today a conglomeration of disparate, indigenous. Bantu- speaking clans, overlaid with immigrant Hima (Nilo - Hamitic) stock. The migrants, who were Voluntarily accepted as chiefs after their arrival, made their way around the West Side of Lake Victoria from Uganda and farther north between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. Perhaps because it represents one geographical extreme of this Migration, the Sukuma amalgam is virtually complete physically and culturally. Rigid differentiation does not exist as in some other inter-lacustrine tribes: most Sukuma believe they are at least distant relatives of former chiefs. The individual chiefdom, rather than the tribe, was traditionally the primary focus of loyalty above the most local community of homesteads like the Soga of Uganda, the Sukuma were a multi- kingdom collection of more or less autonomous chieftaincies. Approximately fifty in number, these were ruled by chiefs possessing magic-religious as well as political powers. The necessity for a fundamentally approving consensus on the part of the people, and certain privileges and sanctions enjoyed by groups within the traditional political order limited the autocratic tendencies of chiefs. Principal among these groups were electors (bananghoma) who were relatives of the royal line but themselves ineligible for office, leaders of the elders (Banamhala), and leaders of the young men (basumba batale).
Shifting Southward Global Christianity Since 1945 Women leaders included Mina soga, social worker and first and S. Ademola Ishola, African indigenous Churches An NY Orbis, 1984); Penny Lernoux, People of God http://www.bu.edu/sth/focus/spring01/shifting_southward.htm
Extractions: Truman Collins Professor of World Mission From December 12 to 29, 1938, the most representative meeting of world Protestantism to date took place in Tambaram, India. Under the gathering storm clouds of World War II, with parts of China already under Japanese occupation, with Hitler triumphant in the Sudetenland, and with Stalinism in full swing, 471 persons from sixty-nine countries met at Madras Christian College for the second decennial meeting of the International Missionary Council (IMC). The central theme that drew so many to India at a time of multiple global crises was "the upbuilding of the younger churches as a part of the historic universal Christian community." With Protestant missions bearing fruit in many parts of the world, the time was ripe for "younger" non-Western churches to take their places alongside older Western denominations in joint consideration of the universal church's faith, witness, and social realities and responsibilities. The roster of attendees reads like a who's who of mid-twentieth-century world Christianity.