Potential Evidence that Ancestor Worship Existed in Ancient Israel-Ancestor Worship is Prevalent in Some African Peoples

Potential Evidence that Ancestor Worship Existed in Ancient Israel-Ancestor Worship is Prevalent in Some African Peoples

Source: ANCESTOR WORSHIP (Jewish Encyclopedia) 1906 A.D. From the source, " The same homage and adoration paid to deceased parents and more remote ancestors as usually given to deities. Many anthropologists are of opinion that this was the original form of religion (H. Spencer, Lippert); the school represented by Stade and F. Schwally argues that it was the original religion of Israel before Jahvism was introduced by Moses and the Prophets. According to them, much of the priestly legislation was directed against the rites connected with Ancestor Worship. At present the view that the original religion of the Israelites was…
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Evidence for the Existence of Totem, Animism, Tattoo, Ancestor Worship, and Animal Worship Culture in the Ancient Near East

Evidence for the Existence of Totem, Animism, Tattoo, Ancestor Worship, and Animal Worship Culture in the Ancient Near East

Source: Totemism (Jewish Encyclopedia) 1906 A.D. From the source, " A primitive social system in which members of a clan reckoned kinship through their mothers, and worshiped some animal or plant which they regarded as their ancestor and the image of which they bore tattooed on their persons. It was suggested by J. S. Maclennan (in "The Fortnightly Review," 1870, i. 207) that this system existed among the early Hebrews; and his view was taken up by Robertson Smith (in "The Journal of Philology," 1880), who based his theories upon the researches of J. G. Frazer on totemism. Robertson Smith…
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Phoenician and Egyptian Objects have Been Found Throughout “Sub-Saharan” Africa

Phoenician and Egyptian Objects have Been Found Throughout “Sub-Saharan” Africa

Source: Ancient Near Eastern Influence In Sub-Saharan Africa (University of South Africa) 2008 A.D. Note: Page 1 of the source. Note: Page 1 of the source. Note: Page 2 of the source. Note: Page 2 of the source. Note: Page 2 f the source. Note: Page 3 of the source. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 4 of the source. Note: Page 5 of the source. Note: Page 5 of the source. Note: Page 6 of the source. Note: Page 6 of the source. Note: Page 7 of the source. Note: Page…
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