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The spirit-ridden Konde
Duncan R Mackenzie
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Closed the kind eyes; nevermore the clasp of the faithful hand. But the clamour and wrath of men are still, where they sweetly rest, And the loved dust is one with th e dust of the well-loved land. Earth has taken the wronged and the wronger both to her breast. Cetshwayo sleeps in Inkandhla, Rhodes on Matopo height, Escombe and Osborn alike in the dear Natalian soil. The Spirit-ridden Konde, p. ] though that notion is wholly foreign to Bantu thought. These two became jealous of Ngeketo, because he was the first to plant maize in the country-the old home of the Ngonde, near what is now Mahenge.
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THUS far we have discussed the worship of the Sky as it has existed among the civilized peoples of antiquity and of modern times.
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