The University of Zambia now offers courses on Witchcraft!

According to UNESCO, a number of traditions or customs across the world belong to the so-called Intangible Cultural Heritage . This means that along with masterpieces of world’s architecture, places of significance or archaeological sites, there is equally a number of cultural practices such as music, oral poetry, rituals or performing arts, which UNESCO strives to preserve. Now, the Zambia National Commission for UNESCO succeeded in attracting funds for a project to safeguard the tradition of Witchcraft in this African country. As a result, the University of Zambia will be offering a course concerning the Intangible Culture of the country, in which Magic will be included.

As local media reported, UNESCO has actually granted US$340,000 to develop a Degree Program to train students in witchcraft, rituals and other aspects of traditional cultural heritage. The news was widespread through HotFmZambia https://www.facebook.com/HotFmZambia/photos/a.10151587553171220.1073741824.111431441219/10155542221211220/?type=3&theater Witchcraft, Science and Christianity The news about the initiation of a Witchcraft course in the University of Zambia gave rise to some hilarious rumors. As Government Spokesperson Kampamba Mulengahe put it, some Media claimed that the Government mobilizes Witchcraft as a science that can be productively used for the benefit of the nation. Ms. Mulengahe stated that the allegations are blatant falsehoods.

She also underscored that Zambia “is a Christian nation as enshrined in the preamble of the constitution”. Indeed, in 2010, according to World Christian Trends , 85.5% of the population identified as Christian while 11.2% identified with indigenous religions. However, the traditional religions frequently blend with Christian practices. In any case, we wish good luck to the students of this course! Phaethon See also: A free course on Witchcraft 5 TRUE Otherwordly Lessons from Master Yoda Your Native American Zodiac Sign A Spell for the Goddess of Love?

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