Salve Família! Linda tarde Povo de Jah!!! Fiz um recadinho em vídeo pra vcs!!! Estamos focados em espalhar as sementes do nosso mais recente lançamento , o videoclipe de "Palavra,Som,Poder" e muito felizes que a cada dia chegam novos guerreiros e guerreiras acompanhando a missão ! Bless Up!
In #Egyptian Folklore (BAKHU) The mythical mountain from which the sun rose. The region of the eastern horizon. One of two mountains that held up the sky, the other being Manu. These peaks were guarded by the double lion god, Aker.
In #Guyanese Folklore (BACCO) A spirit of small stature that pelts stones at houses and moves objects within a house. He is supposed to live on banana and milk. Stories abound of the existence of bacoos in Georgetown and other areas in Guyana. Could have come from Surinam and are said to be trapped in a corked bottle unless released. Active mainly at night, it is said that a satisfied bacoo will answer the wishes of its owner.
In many #WestAfrican languages (BAKU) means 'little brother' or 'short man'. It also is related to the word the word 'bacucu' meaning 'banana'. In West Africa, the short races (such as the pygmies) were believed to have magical powers. This seemed to have been brought to Guyana, where the short races, or 'bakus', were still regarded as having magical powers