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SEGA’s Viking: Battle for Asgard (UPDATED APRIL 29)

SEGA’s Viking: Battle for Asgard (UPDATED APRIL 29)

character concept male human tribal voodoo priest unmagic undead necromancer shaman realistic cloth aztec

character concept male human tribal voodoo priest unmagic undead necromancer shaman realistic cloth aztec

An old man  - drawing  + digital paint by JUDYAR.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

An old man - drawing + digital paint by JUDYAR.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

#oldpeople

#oldpeople

Hamar Tribe, Omo Valley, Ethiopia

Hamar Tribe, Omo Valley, Ethiopia

Africa | Dancer in traditional costume during a Presidential visit.  Ivory Coast.  ca. 1947 || Scanned vintage print.

Africa | Dancer in traditional costume during a Presidential visit. Ivory Coast. ca. 1947 || Scanned vintage print.

Djembe Fola.....Guinea

Djembe Fola.....Guinea

Africa.

Africa.

African culture does not separate dance from music. It is therefore rare to find African wedding entertainment that will give you one and not the other.

African culture does not separate dance from music. It is therefore rare to find African wedding entertainment that will give you one and not the other.

Africa | Limbondo ~ "Chokwe", Zambia. | ©Francois d’Elbee  || Commenting about his study on the Chokwe masks :  “..in the context of ritual initiation, ancestral spirits may assume the form of masks to assist in transmitting knowledge of history down through the generations.  These ancestral spirits are known as Makishi and maybe seen as the masked dancers.  They “rise up from the grave” and are central to any study characterizing the ritual art, history and ancient language of the Chokwe…”

Africa | Limbondo ~ "Chokwe", Zambia. | ©Francois d’Elbee || Commenting about his study on the Chokwe masks : “..in the context of ritual initiation, ancestral spirits may assume the form of masks to assist in transmitting knowledge of history down through the generations. These ancestral spirits are known as Makishi and maybe seen as the masked dancers. They “rise up from the grave” and are central to any study characterizing the ritual art, history and ancient language of the Chokwe…”