|Performer:||Stars Of The Dogon|
|Title:||Stars Of The Dogon / Early Humans|
|Style:||Alternative Rock, Math Rock|
|Other format:||VOC AHX VOX MP2 ADX ASF RA|
Members: Ben Valis, Brian Dubin, Corey Allender. Untitled (CD, Album).
This is a compendium of the lesser known Great Old Ones of the Cthulhu Mythos of H. P. Lovecraft. See Lin Carter deities. See Clark Ashton Smith deities. Bokrug (The Great Water Lizard) first appeared in Lovecraft's short story "The Doom That Came to Sarnath" (1920). The being is also part of Lovecraft's Dream Cycle. Bokrug is the god of the semi-amphibian Thuum'ha of Ib, in the land of Mnar
The Dogon are an ancient West African tribe. They claim to be the living conduit between heaven and Earth, and to possess knowledge of man's true origins. The Dogon are believed to be of Egyptian descent and their astronomical lore goes back thousands of years to 3200 BC. For centuries the Dogon successfully managed to remain isolated from neighboring influences as well as from capture by Islamic slave traders. Their cultural, oral and written history stayed miraculously intact. What they kept hidden from the rest of the world is quite amazing
The traditional African religions (or traditional beliefs and practices of African people) are a set of highly diverse beliefs that include various ethnic religions. Generally, these traditions are oral rather than scriptural, include belief in a supreme creator, belief in spirits, veneration of the dead, use of magic and traditional African medicine. The role of humanity is generally seen as one of harmonizing nature with the supernatural.
The Dogon people inhabit a rocky and mountainous territory in the center of the West African state of Mali. Their settlements range along the massive Bandiagara Escarpment, a sandstone outcrop of some one hundred miles that divides central Mali in two. Bandiagara Escarpment, central Mali. Map showing Dogon settlement patterns . Crocodile totem house in the village of Banani. Dogon wall painting depicting circumcisions. Dogon ancestral figure held by the Louvre, wood, c. 17th-18th century AD. Bamana maternity figure, wood, date unknown.
|A||–Early Humans||Histrion X|
|B||–Stars Of The Dogon||Juice Of Gentrification|