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Topic - Semitic Dagon vs Dagon (Yangon) of Myanmar
Posted: 10 Jun 2021 at 07:23 By Vanuatu
Originally posted by Novosedoff Novosedoff wrote:

Sirius is the brightest and one of the nearest stars in the sky, which is not to be disregarded as far as the travel time is concerned. But more important is the nature of the story the tribe has come up with. You can't make up a story like that because it is so different. It is the abnormality of their story that makes me wonder if there is anything real behind it. Should it be the virgin birth etc, I would have been immediately bored, probably given up reading any further instantly because that would be so obscure, enigmatic and impractical.

But the other thing about the story is that the same word (Dagon) in connection with water is repeated across multiple locations on the earth. The African tribe resides far from the Mediterranean region where the semitic civilization flourished. The fishermen village in Myanmar is far from both previous either. 
The masks hit too close to home.
The Dogons did have tidy slaving system during US colonial period, it may have been the way to keep themselves off the market. It always goes back to dragons and creation :) 

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Edited by Vanuatu - 10 Jun 2021 at 07:24

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