Mambu: A Melanesian Millennium - Mythos: The Princeton/Bollingen Series in World Mythology 101 by Kenelm Burridge
Perhaps the most modern movements of modern times are the "load communities" in Melanesia, which was active especially during the thirties and fifties of the twentieth century. Melanesians have long…
Mambu A Melanesian Millennium synopsis
Perhaps the most modern movements of modern times are the "load communities" in Melanesia, which was active especially during the thirties and fifties of the twentieth century. Melanesians have long believed that the millennium mark would be the arrival of their predecessors in ships carrying luxury goods.
They interpreted the emergence of European ships as fulfilling these expectations. When it became clear that the Europeans intended to keep the goods and colonize the people, dozens of small revolutions known as "commodity sects" emerged as attempts to secure goods, thus preserving the most cherished religious beliefs of the people: the national aspirations of the individual, Who were the greatest Mambo.
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