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Umvelinqangi is the Sky God from the Zulu mythology. He has a voice like thunder and is known to send down lightning bolts. He descended from heaven to marry Uthlanga, and is said to have created the primeval reeds from which Unkulunkulu emerged. Separate but related histories attribute male and female gender to a god with the same name and similar attributes.
- Callaway, Henry (1870). The Religious System of the Amazulu. Forgotten Books. p. 292. ISBN 978-1-60506-005-7.
- Deedat, Ahmed. "The Zulu Concept of God".
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