THE KIMBANGUISM IN THE UNIVERSE
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Kimpa vita was burn July 2, 1706, she died with the name of true Jesus in her mouth and a great Star appeared at the place of her SACRIFICE. Kimpa vita was to reincarnate somewhere in the KONGO, a few days after his execution someone had indeed overview kimpa vita in mbanza kongo.
For the restoration of the Kongo Kingdom. In any case mother KIMPA VITA had a very huge influence after her death. Many PRISSONNIERS that were sold as slaves were of the ANTONIENS (Followers of mother Kimpa Vita church). Father Lorenzo da Luca who was traveling with the ship “Nossa Senora Do Cabo had noted that lots of slaves had medals of the antonien movement. Even those slaves who were brought to Brazil in 1705 were from Kongo kingdom), according to JOHANNES MENNE POSTMA in (THE DUTCH IN THE ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE, 1600-1815, appendix 1 CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS1990) Kongo slave trading was led to SURINAMIN Jamaica, BARBADOS, ANTIGUA, in Virginia (USA) A PORT YORK then in the JAMES RIVER VALLEY. The Kongolese were working in the coffee plantations. A great numbers of those who were sent to HAITI, South CAROLINE (USA) and New ORLEANS (Louisiana). Most of them brought their culture and the religion of mother KIMPA VITA.
American PETER WOOD historian in (NEGRO COLONIAL SOUTH CAROLINA FROM 1670 THROUGH THE STONO REBELION (new - york 1974) explains that more than 60% of slaves in the CAROLINE (North and South) were from the Kongo kingdom. In 1739 Americans settlers of South Carolina where concentrated mostly by Kongolese slaves, referring to the presence of slaves who had mystical qualities and many spiritual gift). They had the quality of mystical disappearance or to be seen in several places both. JHON THORNTON of the University of Pennsylvania also confirms that all Christians of the South Carolina slave were converts to Kongo religion which they considered as original . (FC john Thornton, the Congolese saint Anthony, Chapter 9, Cambridge university press 1998). In the 9th of January 1739, in South Carolina a Kongolese slave known by the name of Cato or JEMMY was the head of uprising of slaves. It was known as "THE STONO REBELLION OF SEPTEMBER the 9th 1739" this lift was considered as the most huge lifting of slaves in the history of the North America, Jemmy, the leader of the revolt, was a literate slave described as Angolan, which likely meant from the kingdom of Kongo in Central Africa. Jemmy and several other leaders of the revolt probably had experience using fire arms in Africa during Kongo's suppression of the Mbamba revolt. Source: http://www.carolana.com/SC/Royal_Colony/sc_stono_rebellion.html
It is from the stono revolution that the settlers of North America have ceased to import Kongo slaves. According to JHON THORNTON (in THE CONGOLESE SAINT ANTHONY P213 most of the 1791- 1804 Haitian Revolutionaries were from KONGO. They were singing in Kikongo language "Kanga MUNDELE, Kanga NDOKI" (catch white, catch evil. The Haitian revolutionaries had inflicted a crushing defeat of the napoleon army. In this revolutionary many talk about a certain MANKANDALA, name transform by Westerners as MACK DAL who was a great revolutionary originated from the Kongo kingdom, he had run a large numbers of English, and this revolution gave birth to the first black Republic in the history. They are also Haitian people who assisted SIMON BOLIVAR in his fight against the Spanish, which led them to a victory and the liberation from the Spanish colonial ruling of 5 countries in Latin America in 1816. the Kongo in Haiti are concentrated in the North. Source: http://www.macandal.org/paper.html
In Jamaica, the black population is divided in two parts, the maroons nation and nation bongo Kongo. The maroon nations are native of West Africa. The Kongo bongo nation is concentrated in eastern Jamaica, they speak very similarly to Kikongo language and they are descendants of Kongo who arrived in Jamaica in the 18 century. Their musical rhythm called KUMINA, or KODONGO and their drum is called NGOMA which they use to invoke the spirits of the ancestors. They still recognize that the true Jesus was black as they kept the Kongo knowledge. Source: http://mountalvernia.tripod.com/id17.html
The first slaves who arrived in Brazil in 1705 were from Kongo. The Kongo people of Brazil called Zumbi the first leader of the movement of liberation of blacks in Brazil, one of the pioneers of the QUILOMBOS (independent of the black communities)
Are very famous. CONDOMBELE DO KONGO, it is a dance in honor of God and SAINTS who are presented as being black, saint Francis etc., practitioners of CANDOMBELE believe in Jesus Christ, fathers of Church as black. Source: http://jg.socialsciences.manchester.ac.uk/docs/SlaveResistance_RSlenes.pdf
In Cuba, (1513) the first slaves came from Haiti. Then in 1520, 300 slaves came from KONGO to work in the gold mines of Jagua. They have continued their religious practices of the Kongo kingdom. In fact ,Kongo it is a way to communicate with spirits.
During the independence war of Cuba or Spanish-American war, there are also native of the Kongo kingdom who illustrate the legendary "GRITO DE YARA"cry of YARA, MARIANO GANGA, DOMINGO MACUA, FELIPE MACUA, MAYIMBE JOSE DOLORES, AMBROSIA CONGO, FELIPE GANGA, LORENZO GANGA without forgetting MA DOLORES IZNAGA the slave GANGA who cured slaves traditionally."" Source: http://www.ife-ile.org/traditions/congo.htm Read More