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All footage of Mandaeans used under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license and is attributed to the University of Exeter "Worlds of Mandaean Priests" project: http://mandaeanpriests.exeter.ac.uk/the-mandaeans Join our Patreon community!: https://patreon.com/religionforbreakfast One-time donations here!: https://www.paypal.me/religionforbreakfast Join my 15-person online seminars here: https://www.speakeasy.com/speaker/andrew-henry Check out my favorite religious studies books: https://www.amazon.com/shop/religionforbreakfast Bibliography: Charles G. Haberl, "Mandaeism in Antiquity and the Antiquity of Mandaeism," Religion Compass 6/5 (2012), 262-276. Charles G. Haberl, “The Aramaic Incantation Texts as Witnesses to the Mandaic Scriptures,” in Scribal Practices and the Social Construction of Knowledge...
One of Iraq's religious minority groups which has survived for centuries is now rapidly disappearing. Iraq’s Mandaeans, or Sabean-Mandaeans as they are known in Arabic, practise a distinct and ancient monotheistic religion which predates Islam and Christianity. This week they observed one of their holiest rituals, Panja (Benja). The celebration took place in the Tigris river, where many Mandaeans submerged in the running waters to cleanse their bodies and wash away their sins. Mandaeans fears extinction unless their traditions and people are protected. Al Jazeera’s Osama Bin Javaid reports from the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera...
What is Mandaeism? And Who are the Mandaeans? This religious group from middle east has a long and rich history that connects it to Gnosticism, Early Judaism and John the Baptist. Watch to find out more about this fascinating tradition. #Mandaeism #Mandaeans #Sabians Sources: Buckley, Jorunn J. Jacobsen (2002). "The Mandaeans: ancient texts and modern people". New York: Oxford University Press. Larson, Göran; Simon Sorgenfrei, Max Stockman (2017). "Religiösa minoriteter från Mellanöstern" (Religious minorities from the Middle East). Myndigheten för stöd till trossamfund. Videos used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOxm4Jr5vYc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhP4n3SMs0w&t=26s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIhzoMHjRCs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhP4n3SMs0w
The Sabian Mandaean community is a small ethno-religious group indigenous to South Mesopotamia, which is modern day Iraq and Iran. The Mandaeans have their own ancient language, texts, traditions, and practices that date back over 2000 years. As followers of John the Baptist, their ancient holy book is called The Ginza Rba. The Mandaic language has been listed by UNESCO as an endangered language with only a little over 200 people able to speak it worldwide. The Sabian Mandaeans have sought refuge in various countries since the 1980s to escape constant war, violence, religious persecution, and ethnic cleansing that has resulted in a worldwide diaspora of their community. With a population of just 50,000 worldwide and just over 8000 Mandaeans in NSW, this ancient civilisation currently faces...
Iraq | Sabaean Mandeans celebrate Golden Baptism day The followers of the Sabean Mandean religion, on the banks of the Great Zab River west of Erbil city, northern Iraq, revived the Golden Baptism Day (in Aramaic, "dahfa ada dimana") which marks the 20th of May each year, the day when the Prophet Yahya (Yehia Yahanah) was baptized, in their belief this is the holiest day of the year. العراق |الصابئة المندائيون يحتفلون بعيد التعميد الذهبي أحيا أتباع الديانة الصابئة المندائية، على ضفاف نهر الزاب الأعلى غرب مدينة أربيل، شمال العراق، عيد التعميد الذهبي (بالآرامية "دهفة أد ديمانة") الذي يصادف العشرين من شهر أيار/مايو في كل عام، وهو اليوم الذي تم فيه تعميد النبي يحيى (يهيا يهاناه)، والذي يمثل في معتقدهم أقدس أيام السنة. Contact A24 | News Agency: [email protected]
We were lucky enough to attend a Mandean Baptism in Liverpool. Thank you to the community for having us along. This is first draft only and we need to get the translation checked. "Temporary Translation ONLY" Composers please post your music suggestions.
A lunchtime talk about the Mandaeans by Dr. James F. McGrath at Butler University. Part of the Faculty Brown Bag series. January 22nd, 2015.
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