MYTHOLOGY: THE BUNYORO WEATHER GOD MUNUME

Munume The weather god of the Banyoro people of Bunyoro. He was invoked in time of drought or conversely when there was too much rain. The king would send a sacrifice of an ox, while the people would send sheep and fowls which would be sacrificed and eaten as a sacred meal at the temple door for the priests and the people, after the priests had sprinkled the blood in the temple.

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4 responses to “MYTHOLOGY: THE BUNYORO WEATHER GOD MUNUME

  1. I enjoy these unusual gods u find.

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