The Ancient Nomoli Figurines: ‘Ex Nihilo’ or an Opening Chapter in Humankind

With Bennett J. Vonderheide

Hit the play button in the sidebar “The Next Truth-Online Radio” or download the interview of Bennett Vonderheide as an MP3 file and listen to the message of the mysterious Nomoli figurines which have been unearthed in Africa.

At least thousand years before the medieval scribes start working on them, most myths and legends offered a base for many ancient religions.     Uncountable vellums have being used during the medieval period to write down the translated semi-true stories.  Stories which contain important meaning or symbolism for the culture in which it originates but with ‘mythical qualities’, and have been passed on from person-to-person.    These myths and legends are important today because they help historians piece together the past.

Ex Nihilo? Perhaps…butimagine living 5,000 years ago… before science as we know it today, before publishing and before schools. Humanity needed a way of understanding the world around them specifically the relationship between humankind, a natural world and divinity.

This also with the mystery of Nomoli Gods and the stone figurines what has baffled man since Portuguese sailors first discovered them during the 1400’s in Africa.

Intro music:
Song: African Skies
Composer: Stephen J. Anderson

I am your host Maria Anna van Driel… and you’re listening to “The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet” and this week I am speaking with Bennett Vonderheide, also known as “Nomoli Ben” about how old these figurines really are…who carved them and why and…do they still contain ancient mystical powers?

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