Hello! As I can see, you all have almost asked the same questions.
This picture below, as you can see, is a mask, which is worn particularly in certain ceremonies. These ceremonies could be held in case of death, or some events related to the kingdom. What happens actually there is that the people who are wearing these masks are dancing, doing some expressive gestures that inquire quite something of “experience” to be able to understand...
I mean by “experience” the fact that a person can be used to “deal” with traditional chiefs, and traditional customs, where he learns some anecdotes and some “ways to live or to do thing”, so that he become used and skilled about all traditional facts there...
As a matter of fact, those people who are dancing during the ceremony are in some culture not supposed to be seen by the assembly (‘,’) why? Well I’m not sure i could be able to answer accurately. I used to ask, they told me it is tradition, and it could be some of the masquerades that form part of religious ceremonies enacted to contact with spirits and ancestors.
About the witchery...it’s difficult to make a point and demonstrate how real it is, but with what i heard, i don’t know... first i make a point that here there are many of what we call traditional practiser who use the “ nature” to solve people’s problems. You can thoroughly understand that from the nature we get plants, animals, energy (water-fire-wind...), human beings, and more...
If you ask me whether they efficiently do it, I’ll be at a loss, because if i remember everything that happened in my life, I’ve never tried it. (0.0)
Furthermore, when i say “solve people’s problems” you may straighly guess that solving somebody’s problem may include causing a problem to someone else. So, for example according to them, killing an albino child may appear as an important step to get over a challenging situation that made a person “consulting” that traditional practiser who is actually a “sorcerer”. Yes i know that’s horrible. But it’s a fact.
And about me, well that’s a bit funny. I’m not that “ educated” , i’m just an innocent happy baobab who is learning pharmacy in Senegal, after passing in Cameroon the exam that is a prerequisite for university entrance. But to be honest, i wish i took a cooking course. I want to be a chief!
As all holidays, i’m here in Cameroon, and i must confess that sometimes i feel like a fish out water here; it’s incredible how much people can be different. But as you asked me which group i belong to, i’ll say none of them. Yes none of them. Because i’m hardly considering people on their culture or on where they are from. I think I’m more focus on what they have in their heart. Are they any good?
So yes that’s my interest in any person. Tell me bloggers, am i not wonderful?!
What about you? Which group are you belong to? I do hope you will not forget to answer it! ( don’t bother Natanael, i’m not talking to you, i’m pointing Nastya, Elisa, Beatriz, Svetlana, Marina, Rihana, Ashish, Pary, Elisabeth...i cannot list everyone...i’ m afraid i can’t (^_^) Any person who will read this entry is “dearly expected” to answer it, although they should first have a look on the previous entry. I know i’m too demanding, but don’t worry September is almost finished (*_^) !!!