African Mythology

The Gods and Spirits of Africa


Bwiti Fertility Goddess

Also known as Ninepone-Mebeghe, Nyingone-Mebeghe

Drug-induced Goddess of Fertility

Warning: this entry is full of sex and drugs. But no rock’n’roll. Ninepone is a deity of the infamous Bwiti religion. This cult involves a great deal of ceremonial psychedelic drug-taking, so take nothing for granted — it could all be a massive hallucination.

She was born from Mebeghe’s Cosmic Egg, along with her younger brother None and their somewhat evil half-brother Evus. She was entrusted with the guardianship of the night and the sanctity of the female spirit. She took her role so seriously that she remained a virgin right up until the first time she had sex.

Unfortunately, her first sexual encounter was with her surreal sibling Evus. He must have whispered sweet perverted nothings in her ear. She then made the leap from half-brother to full-brother and took None into her bed.

All these shenanigans made Mebeghe very cross. As a punishment, Ninepone was forced to carry the world around upon her head like a moody teenager version of Atlas. There’s not many sexual liaisons you can get up to in that position.

Ninepone Facts and Figures

Name: Ninepone
Pronunciation: Coming soon
Alternative names: Ninepone-Mebeghe, Nyingone-Mebeghe

Gender: Female
Type: Goddess
Area or people: Babongo and Mitsogo people of Gabon and Fang of Gabon and Cameroon
Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present

In charge of: Fertility
Area of expertise: Fertility

Good/Evil Rating: NOT OKAY, be careful
Popularity index: 5037

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Article last revised on May 20, 2019 by the Godchecker data dwarves.
Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders

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