The head of the Somali Media for Environment, Science, Health and Agriculture (SOMESHA) Mr. Daud Abdi Daud was taught him how to watch the sky stars and human like cloud arts moving around the moon and the sun as astronomy and religion means since in 2014 by God.
Astronomy and religion have long been closely intertwined with one another, particularly during the early history of astronomy. Archaeological evidence of many ancient cultures demonstrates that celestial bodies were the subject of worship during the Stone and Bronze Ages. Amulets and stone walls in northern Europe depict arrangements of stars in constellations that match their historical positions, particularly circumpolar constellations. These dates back as early as 30,000–40,000 years ago.
“Once I met the first star the sky was darkness midnight time though before the night during the afternoon evening at around 5:00pm, I surprised a small colored flag entitled “Asho-arabder” and a human like cloud person who ordered me to stay until midnight by means of religion teaching process “said Daud
After two years and eight months Mr. Daud is happy and was told that he is a religious scholar, scientist and God messenger apart from his journalism professionalism.