Logoli

Logoli

(dreams)

Among the Logoli of western Kenya there is generally a positive attitude toward dreams and the telling of dreams, with little worry about their status as godly or satanic and little attempt to censure or control them by the leadership. The Logoli view dreams as resulting from the travels and encounters of the consciousness of one individual with those of others and ghosts of the dead during sleep, even when the specifics of these encounters are not remembered.

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Two of the communities - Logoli in Kenya and Newars in Nepal - consistently used open-fire cooking with wood, dung or straw indoors.
Rendille (Afro-Asiatic; Cushitic): N-dem num A Gabra (Afro-Asiatic; Cushitic): N num A dem Sampur (Nilo-Saharan; Eastern Nilotic): dem N num A Camus (Nilo-Saharan: Eastern Nilotic): dem N num A Turkana (Nilo-Saharan: Eastern Nilotic): N dem num A Luo (Nilo-Saharan: Western Nilotic): N num A dem Logoli (Niger-Congo; Central Bantu): N num A dem
1) if the norms guiding child rearing allow the children to leave their parents' house in order to experience their environment (Munroe and Munroe 1971 on the Logoli children in Kenya, Nerlove et al.