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tamsier



United Kingdom
551 Posts

Posted - 05 Jul 2010 :  04:16:03  Show Profile
At the Serere Xoy Ceremony this year [June 2010], the High Priests and Priestesses foretold two short term important events this year in Senegambia:

1. There would be an abundance of rain this year in Senegal - so abundant that, some areas may suffer heavy rain falls. Within three days after the Xoy Ceremony [an ancient religious ceremony based on Serere religion], the Gods open the heavens and it began to rain cats and dogs. Many areas such as Niakhar were flooded with heavy rain fall.

2. The Serere High Priests and Priestesses also foretold the death of the Mouride religious leader this year. Not more than a month of course we all heard the passing of the religious leader of Touba.

Those who insulted our Serere High Priests just because of our religion would now be eating their words.

To all Sereres loyal to the ancient ways of our ancestors, stay true to the old ways and never submit. The Gods are with us.

Roog a faha.

Tamsier

Serere heritage. Serere religion. Serere to the end.

Roog a fa ha.

Edited by - tamsier on 05 Jul 2010 05:51:06

turk



USA
3356 Posts

Posted - 05 Jul 2010 :  06:01:33  Show Profile  Visit turk's Homepage Send turk a Private Message
quote:
Bara Mback had been ill for months before his death in Touba on June 30, 2010. Just before his death he had been hospitalised at a clinic in the Senegalese capital, Dakar. Bara Mback's successor as Grand Marabout was his cousin, Cheikh Maty Leye Mbacke. President of Senegal Abdoulaye Wade took a helicopter ride from Dakar to Touba to swear allegiance to the new leader.


The man is, 85, and had been sick for months staying in the hospital. It does not take a 'divine guess'. Obviously, there are vultures to try to score on someone's death and we all knew the bigot of bantaba has no honor speaking about someone's death to make a point against Muslims whenever there is an opportunity. The animal already threaten to kill Muslims.

Besides, in Islam, the death is the beginning. Not fear of death and definitely not hiding in the bush.

quote:
"Every soul shall have a taste of death: And only on the Day of Judgment shall you be paid your full recompense. Only he who is saved from the Fire and admitted to the Garden will have succeeded. As for the life of this world, it is nothing but a merchandise of vanity." [3:185]

"Surely we are from God, and to Him we shall return." [2:156]

diaspora! Too many Chiefs and Very Few Indians.

Halifa Salah: PDOIS is however realistic. It is fully aware that the Gambian voters are yet to reach a level of political consciousness that they rely on to vote on the basis of Principles, policies and programmes and practices.

Edited by - turk on 05 Jul 2010 06:50:08
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Janko

Gambia
1267 Posts

Posted - 05 Jul 2010 :  14:04:14  Show Profile  Visit Janko's Homepage Send Janko a Private Message
These annual ceremonies do not only make the world perfect for the believers in times of crisis but also gives them hope in fore the coming year.
The ceremonies give them important informations for their livelihood and help them prepare for different seasons of the year. And solve problems like; which seed to sow and when.
The social interaction these ceremonies create also mark another dimension in the everyday existence, here and now, which is not achievable in any other way.

Clean your house before pointing a finger ... Never be moved by delirious Well-wishers in their ecstasy
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toubab1020



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Posted - 05 Jul 2010 :  19:18:41  Show Profile Send toubab1020 a Private Message
Janko, well said,( and written.)

"Simple is good" & I strongly dislike politics. You cannot defend the indefensible.

Edited by - toubab1020 on 05 Jul 2010 19:19:54
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tamsier



United Kingdom
551 Posts

Posted - 05 Jul 2010 :  19:55:46  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by Janko

These annual ceremonies do not only make the world perfect for the believers in times of crisis but also gives them hope in fore the coming year.
The ceremonies give them important informations for their livelihood and help them prepare for different seasons of the year. And solve problems like; which seed to sow and when.
The social interaction these ceremonies create also mark another dimension in the everyday existence, here and now, which is not achievable in any other way.




Wonderful contribution. The usual thread hijacker knows nothing and will stay like that for eternity. He is not even worth my time. Great contribution as usual.

Tamsier

Serere heritage. Serere religion. Serere to the end.

Roog a fa ha.
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Santanfara



3460 Posts

Posted - 08 Jul 2010 :  13:34:32  Show Profile  Visit Santanfara's Homepage Send Santanfara a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Janko

These annual ceremonies do not only make the world perfect for the believers in times of crisis but also gives them hope in fore the coming year.
The ceremonies give them important informations for their livelihood and help them prepare for different seasons of the year. And solve problems like; which seed to sow and when.
The social interaction these ceremonies create also mark another dimension in the everyday existence, here and now, which is not achievable in any other way.



Janko
Can you recall the famous premonitions during the raining seasons? Suluwo Kumata, Ako molii yee ifoo nyoo Aramiso ( the Hyena made an announcement that, farmers should rest on Thursdays).. This news use to appeal to lots of Kamara Kunda folks...
Also the raining season warnings.... Leba Sirifo koo, Nyinan sama... Banku woo banku yee Tura fah ( the Sereif of Leba said, each region should kill a bull for the well-being of the raining season...

Interesting warnings as well... Foonyo be tinyaro kela etc..


Surah- Ar-Rum 30-22
"And among His signs is the creation of heavens and the earth, and the difference of your languages and colours. verily, in that are indeed signs for men of sound knowledge." Qu'ran

www.suntoumana.blogspot.com
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mansasulu



997 Posts

Posted - 08 Jul 2010 :  14:39:35  Show Profile Send mansasulu a Private Message
haha...santa that is a good one...

"...Verily, in the remembrance of Allh do hearts find rest..." Sura Al-Rad (Chapter 13, Verse 28)

...Gambian by birth, Muslim by the grace of Allah...
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kobo



United Kingdom
7765 Posts

Posted - 12 Jul 2010 :  01:48:55  Show Profile Send kobo a Private Message
THERE ARE SOME GIFTED MEDIUMS BUT ISLAM IS NOT ABOUT SORCERY, ORACLES, FUTURE TELLING, ILLUSIONIST AND MYSTIFYING. ITS ALL ABOUT PURE KNOWLEDGE OF LAWS OF NATURE, LIFE & DEATH (ETERNITY), WHY THE NEED TO SUBDUE TO ALLAH'S WILL, TO FEAR OF ALLAH & TO COMMUNICATE TO ALLAH IN PRAYERS.

Since ancient times there are always tales for example The world's oddest oracles under
1. Paul, the psychic octopus http://news.uk.msn.com/odd-news/photos/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=154071861
2. Mani, the psychic parakeet http://news.uk.msn.com/odd-news/photos/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=154071861&page=5
3. Punxsutawney Phil http://news.uk.msn.com/odd-news/photos/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=154071861&page=4

THE DEVIL PUT ON MANY FACES, MASKS & HAS ITS OWN ADVOCATES


Edited by - kobo on 12 Jul 2010 02:18:40
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Janko

Gambia
1267 Posts

Posted - 13 Jul 2010 :  13:44:59  Show Profile  Visit Janko's Homepage Send Janko a Private Message
quote:
Janko
Can you recall the famous premonitions during the raining seasons? Suluwo Kumata, Ako molii yee ifoo nyoo Aramiso ( the Hyena made an announcement that, farmers should rest on Thursdays).. This news use to appeal to lots of Kamara Kunda folks...
Also the raining season warnings.... Leba Sirifo koo, Nyinan sama... Banku woo banku yee Tura fah ( the Sereif of Leba said, each region should kill a bull for the well-being of the raining season...

Interesting warnings as well... Foonyo be tinyaro kela etc..


!!!, yes, I remember some, they are not taken seriously, though, mostly for humorous reasons. I also remember that Wednesdays are reserved for work at home. There are other predictions by the afangolu, on mossu kottoh or kekottoh saloh.

Mostly the predictions are based on knowledge gotten from observations under a long period of time and sometimes passed on from generation to generation, in other words, based on collected data

Clean your house before pointing a finger ... Never be moved by delirious Well-wishers in their ecstasy
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tamsier



United Kingdom
551 Posts

Posted - 16 Jul 2010 :  00:00:43  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by Santanfara

quote:
Originally posted by Janko

These annual ceremonies do not only make the world perfect for the believers in times of crisis but also gives them hope in fore the coming year.
The ceremonies give them important informations for their livelihood and help them prepare for different seasons of the year. And solve problems like; which seed to sow and when.
The social interaction these ceremonies create also mark another dimension in the everyday existence, here and now, which is not achievable in any other way.



Janko
Can you recall the famous premonitions during the raining seasons? Suluwo Kumata, Ako molii yee ifoo nyoo Aramiso ( the Hyena made an announcement that, farmers should rest on Thursdays).. This news use to appeal to lots of Kamara Kunda folks...
Also the raining season warnings.... Leba Sirifo koo, Nyinan sama... Banku woo banku yee Tura fah ( the Sereif of Leba said, each region should kill a bull for the well-being of the raining season...

Interesting warnings as well... Foonyo be tinyaro kela etc..



how sad and pathetic!

Tamsier

Serere heritage. Serere religion. Serere to the end.

Roog a fa ha.
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tamsier



United Kingdom
551 Posts

Posted - 16 Jul 2010 :  00:06:46  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by kobo

THERE ARE SOME GIFTED MEDIUMS BUT ISLAM IS NOT ABOUT SORCERY, ORACLES, FUTURE TELLING, ILLUSIONIST AND MYSTIFYING. ITS ALL ABOUT PURE KNOWLEDGE OF LAWS OF NATURE, LIFE & DEATH (ETERNITY), WHY THE NEED TO SUBDUE TO ALLAH'S WILL, TO FEAR OF ALLAH & TO COMMUNICATE TO ALLAH IN PRAYERS.

Since ancient times there are always tales for example The world's oddest oracles under
1. Paul, the psychic octopus http://news.uk.msn.com/odd-news/photos/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=154071861
2. Mani, the psychic parakeet http://news.uk.msn.com/odd-news/photos/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=154071861&page=5
3. Punxsutawney Phil http://news.uk.msn.com/odd-news/photos/photos.aspx?cp-documentid=154071861&page=4

THE DEVIL PUT ON MANY FACES, MASKS & HAS ITS OWN ADVOCATES



Islam is about killing innocent people of course.

Tamsier

Serere heritage. Serere religion. Serere to the end.

Roog a fa ha.
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tamsier



United Kingdom
551 Posts

Posted - 18 Jul 2010 :  17:36:42  Show Profile
Roog to tunleer um Takar to Pangool ki.

Roog a faha.

Tamsier

Serere heritage. Serere religion. Serere to the end.

Roog a fa ha.
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turk



USA
3356 Posts

Posted - 19 Jul 2010 :  03:33:34  Show Profile  Visit turk's Homepage Send turk a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Janko

These annual ceremonies do not only make the world perfect for the believers in times of crisis but also gives them hope in fore the coming year.
The ceremonies give them important informations for their livelihood and help them prepare for different seasons of the year. And solve problems like; which seed to sow and when.
The social interaction these ceremonies create also mark another dimension in the everyday existence, here and now, which is not achievable in any other way.





So Janko, I am assuming these annual ceremonies are all traditional (pre-islamic, pre-christian, pre-colonial times). So, what was the calender used. How do they determine i.e. Wednesday or the specific time of the year?

diaspora! Too many Chiefs and Very Few Indians.

Halifa Salah: PDOIS is however realistic. It is fully aware that the Gambian voters are yet to reach a level of political consciousness that they rely on to vote on the basis of Principles, policies and programmes and practices.
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turk



USA
3356 Posts

Posted - 19 Jul 2010 :  03:53:23  Show Profile  Visit turk's Homepage Send turk a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by tamsier

At the Serere Xoy Ceremony this year [June 2010], the High Priests and Priestesses foretold two short term important events this year in Senegambia:

1. There would be an abundance of rain this year in Senegal - so abundant that, some areas may suffer heavy rain falls. Within three days after the Xoy Ceremony [an ancient religious ceremony based on Serere religion], the Gods open the heavens and it began to rain cats and dogs. Many areas such as Niakhar were flooded with heavy rain fall.

2. The Serere High Priests and Priestesses also foretold the death of the Mouride religious leader this year. Not more than a month of course we all heard the passing of the religious leader of Touba.

Those who insulted our Serere High Priests just because of our religion would now be eating their words.

To all Sereres loyal to the ancient ways of our ancestors, stay true to the old ways and never submit. The Gods are with us.

Roog a faha.




I guess these Serere folks should read wiki little more to forecast when it will rain. But I gave them credit to tell us that

- It will rain.
- 85 years old man who has been sick will die.

I wonder if the rain season will be over in November? Enlighten us Tam(sier)!

And who is going to win the 2011 election?

Wiki:
quote:

Climate

tropical; hot, humid; rainy season (May to November) has strong southeast winds; dry season (December to April) dominated by hot, dry, harmattan wind.[1] Well-defined dry and humid seasons result from northeast winter winds and southwest summer winds. Dakar's annual rainfall of about 610 mm (24 in) occurs between June and October when maximum temperatures average 27 C (80.6 F); December to February minimum temperatures are about 17 C (62.6 F). Interior temperatures are higher than along the coast, and rainfall increases substantially farther south, exceeding 1,500 mm (59.1 in) annually in some areas.




p.s. The wiki page was updated/last modified on 26 May 2010 at 20:45. Meaning, much earlier than serere priests.

update date

diaspora! Too many Chiefs and Very Few Indians.

Halifa Salah: PDOIS is however realistic. It is fully aware that the Gambian voters are yet to reach a level of political consciousness that they rely on to vote on the basis of Principles, policies and programmes and practices.

Edited by - turk on 19 Jul 2010 04:27:10
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Janko

Gambia
1267 Posts

Posted - 19 Jul 2010 :  11:25:52  Show Profile  Visit Janko's Homepage Send Janko a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by turk

So Janko, I am assuming these annual ceremonies are all traditional (pre-islamic, pre-christian, pre-colonial times). So, what was the calender used. How do they determine i.e. Wednesday or the specific time of the year?


turk,
I dont know how Wednesday was determined or identified, but there is a story that explains the Wednesday-off-work phenomenon or reason. (I will not go into the story here) The seasons of the year are the timeline, for ex. harvest, dry, rain etc. seasons ...

Clean your house before pointing a finger ... Never be moved by delirious Well-wishers in their ecstasy
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Moe



USA
2326 Posts

Posted - 20 Jul 2010 :  05:48:16  Show Profile Send Moe a Private Message
Hey Turk, I have a few Serere Relatives you better stop................................Peace



I guess these Serere folks should read wiki little more to forecast when it will rain. But I gave them credit to tell us that

- It will rain.
- 85 years old man who has been sick will die.

I wonder if the rain season will be over in November? Enlighten us Tam(sier)!

And who is going to win the 2011 election?

Wiki:
quote:

Climate

tropical; hot, humid; rainy season (May to November) has strong southeast winds; dry season (December to April) dominated by hot, dry, harmattan wind.[1] Well-defined dry and humid seasons result from northeast winter winds and southwest summer winds. Dakar's annual rainfall of about 610 mm (24 in) occurs between June and October when maximum temperatures average 27 C (80.6 F); December to February minimum temperatures are about 17 C (62.6 F). Interior temperatures are higher than along the coast, and rainfall increases substantially farther south, exceeding 1,500 mm (59.1 in) annually in some areas.
[/quote]


p.s. The wiki page was updated/last modified on 26 May 2010 at 20:45. Meaning, much earlier than serere priests.

update date
[/quote]

I am Jebel Musa better yet rock of Gibraltar,either or,still a stronghold and a Pillar commanding direction

The GPU wants Me Hunted Down for what I don't know .....

Edited by - Moe on 20 Jul 2010 05:50:01
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