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Meeting “Hemi Li Han” One Name of The Supreme God. God of Gods. Creator of Suns. Holow Dum à Ré, Râ (2 BLU et Une Porteuse). Crying R. Husband after Shesband Q. having Looking for L.

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Wisdom. Hakim.


Odin (/ˈoʊdɪn/;[1] from Old Norse: Óðinn) is a widely revered god in Germanic paganism. Norse mythology, the source of most surviving information about him, associates him with wisdom, healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, war, battle, victory, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet, and depicts him as the husband of the goddess Frigg. In wider Germanic mythology and paganism, the god was also known in Old English as Wōden, in Old Saxon as Uuôden, in Old Dutch as Wuodan, in Old Frisian as Wêda, and in Old High German as Wuotan, all ultimately stemming from the Proto-Germanic theonym *Wōðanaz, meaning ‘lord of frenzy’, or ‘leader of the possessed’.

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Short tribal tales, fables, myths and superstitions from tribes in Africa

Dogon Creation Myth.

African fables and tales.

The Dogon creation myth is very complex, but for the relevance of this African story, can be summarized as follows.

Heaven, which is also regarded by the Dogon as the creator, is called Amma.

At the beginning of time, Amma (a supreme god who lived in the celestial regions and was the origin of all creation) created the Earth and immediately joined with it.

The stars represent the various bodily parts of Amma, while the constellation of Orion is called “amma bolo boy tolo”, “the seat of Heaven”, or “Amma’s navel”.

Amma split in two, creating Ogo, who represents disorder. Ogo descended to Earth in an ark, along the Milky Way which connects Heaven and Earth through a form of bridge, and he created havoc on Earth.

Amma then decided to create an representative of order, called Nommo, and also created for him 8 assistants, comprising of 4 couples of twins.

These 8 were called the ancestors of human beings, and they too descended to Earth in an ark, also created by Amma. The ark was suspended from Heaven by a copper chain, which allowed the ark to float down to Earth, like the Sun traverses the sky and settles in the west.

As a matter of interest, the Dogon construct a representation of the ark which is left in every home for ritual purposes; it is woven from dry leaves into a boat shaped basket.

Amma created the stars by throwing pellets of earth into space. He created the sun and moon by modelling two white earthenware bowls, one encircled with red copper, the other with white copper.

‘Black people were born under the sun and white people under the moon.’ (The latter paragraph is quoted in L.V.Thomas, Les Religions de L’Afrique noire, Paris, 1969)


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Justice. Hakam.


African Mythology

The Gods and Spirits of Africa




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OGO Dogon Chaos God

Horrifically awful Dogon Trickster God

One of the creations of Amma, and a rebel of horribleness. We must warn you that the following story includes sacrifice, stolen semen, fellatio, biting the end off a very private part, circumcision, mutilation and practices so unsavory it would be enough to put a cannibal off his food.

Actually, the story is far too unpleasant to relate so let’s just skip it.

Needless to say, Ogo’s upbringing left much to be desired and the tortured twisted creature became the embodiment of Chaos.

A rampant reptilian creaure, he escaped from Amma’s primordial cosmic egg and filched the whole yolk. Not because he was hungry, but because he thought his twin sister and rival Yasigi was hiding inside. She wasn’t; Amma had placed her in the care of the Nommo Twins.

Frustrated Ogo was left with egg on his face and a whopping big wobbly yolk to deal with. He decided to mate with it and create his own rebel world. But the yolk became hard-boiled and turned into a dry, dusty yellow Earth.

To save the world from Ogo’s incestuous behavior, which was threatening the entire fabric of creation, Amma sacrificed one of the Nommos and scattered the bits all over the universe. Seeking the power of speech, he tried an incestuous union with Mother Earth which brought impurity and barrenness to the world.

Finally Amma dealt with him by setting him down into the dry yellow bushlands he created and transforming him into Yurugu, the Pale Fox of Trickery.

Ogo Facts and Figures

Name: Ogo

Pronunciation: Coming soon

Alternative names:

Gender: Male

Type: God

Area or people: Dogon people of Mali

Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present


In charge of: Chaos

Area of expertise: Chaos

Good/Evil Rating: BAD, best avoided

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Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders

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