1 edition of organizational model of the Mwari shrines found in the catalog.
organizational model of the Mwari shrines
J. M. Schoffeleers
|Statement||by J. M. Schoffeleers.|
|LC Classifications||BL2480.M3 S36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16, 3,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||79312335|
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Mwari also known as Musikavanhu, Musiki, Tenzi and Ishe, is the Supreme Creator deity according to Shona traditional is believed that Mwari is the author of all things and all life and all is in him.
The majority of this deity's followers are concentrated in Mozambique, South Africa, and is an omnipotent being, who rules over spirits and is the. An organizational model of the Mwari shrines: paper read at the annual conference of the association for sociology in Southern Africa, Lesotho, Schoffeleers, Jan Mathijs / Repr / Association for Sociology in Southern Africa / The large number of shrines in Matonjeni prompted one 19th century writer to remark, “Most Matopo hills are rain dance hills.” The Mwari shrines fell, at different times, under the lordship of the Torwa, Rozvi and to a lesser extent, Ndebele state structures.
Njelele is a Mwari shrine located on a hill known by its Kalanga name : The Patriot Reporter. The book, The Ill-fated People notes that the term Mwari was first rejected by fellow missionaries and indigenes in the late s in Zimbabwe. In early s many missionaries including Frs.
Hartmann and O’Hera were censured by the Southern Rhodesia Missionary Conference (SRMC) for unmasking : The Patriot Reporter. Whether it’s Mwari for the Shona or uMlimu for the Ndebele, both spiritual cultures view God in the same light as in Christianity: God is the Supreme Being, creator and sustainer of the Universe.
Mwari – literally “He who is” (Shona) and uMlimu (Ndebele) , God is believed to be active in the everyday lives of people. An example of such a shrine is the Matojeni shrine complex.
During the era of the Rozvi confederacy, the Mwari cult was a sort of state religious system, closely associated with the mambo rulers. One of its chief shrines was at Great Zimbabwe. the various local shrines.
As I walked in sacred sanctuaries in Tibet, Indonesia, Africa, Europe and South America, I found that all peoples have had similar ways of touching the sacred. Once an object or place becomes a shrine, it is honored regularly with ceremony.
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