Category Archives: Africa

The Awongalema Tree

http://www.spellbinders.org/store/p16details57.php

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Name of the Tree

http://www.oddsbodkin.net/Stories_For_You.html

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King and the JuJu Tree Africa

www.sacred-texts.com/afr/fssn/fsn30.htm  (Southern Nigeria)

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Isis, Osiris and the Tamarisk Tree

http://www.theamazinginstitute.org/gurps/mithras/children.htm

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Creation Myth, Bushmen

www.cs.williams.edu/~lindsey/myths/myths_14.html

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Why Death is Like the Banana Tree

A Tale from Madagascar As Retold by Erica Helm Meade God wanted the first man and woman to be able to choose the kind of death they would have. One day he asked, “Would you prefer to die like the … Continue reading

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The Young Man, The Lion, and The Yellow-Flowered Zwart-Storm Tree

African Tale A lion found a young man sleeping by a water hole. He took hold of him and lifted him up onto the branches of a yellow-flowered zwart-storm tree. There he wedged him in between the branches while he … Continue reading

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The Woman Who Was Turned Into a Tree

A Tale from Africa/San Peoples Retold by Moyra Caldecott There were twenty sisters who went down to the river in the heat of the day, took off their clothes, and played in the water. A man came by who had … Continue reading

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Invisibility

An African/Nigerian Tale Retold by Moyra Caldecott A forest spirit called Musa once spoke to a man, a hunter looking for food for his family. In the great forest full of trees, the spirit singled out twelve types of tree … Continue reading

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