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" One of the principles of sympathetic magic is that any effect may be produced by imitating it. ... If it is wished to kill a person, an image of him is made and then destroyed ; and it is believed that through a certain physical sympathy between the person... "
Malay magic: being an introduction to the folklore and popular religion of ... - 82. oldal
szerző: Walter William Skeat - 1900 - 685 oldal
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion, Volume 1

Sir James George Frazer - 1890 - 816 oldal
...principles of sympathetic magic is that any effect may be produced by imitating it. To take a few instances. If it is wished to kill a person an image of him is...and that when it is destroyed he must simultaneously perish. Again, in Morocco a fowl or a pigeon may sometimes be seen with a little red bundle tied to...

The Evil Eye: An Account of this Ancient and Widespread Superstition

Frederick Thomas Elworthy - 1895 - 471 oldal
...purposes of religion. To illustrate his meaning of the term Sympathetic Magic, the author73 says: " If it is wished to kill a person, an image of him...and that when it is destroyed he must simultaneously perish." The idea herein expressed is as old as the hills, and is practised to-day.74 The ancient Egyptians...

Malay Magic: An Introduction To The Folklore And Popular Religion Of The ...

Walter William Skeat - 1965 - 685 oldal
...xxxvii., cli., etc. a Vide Birth, Marriage, Funerals, Medicine. 82 RELATIONS WITH THE SUPERNATURAL CH. m us, convey to the Malays the idea of complete abstinence,...of the Malays. 1 It was on Jugra Hill, according to - Frazer, Golden Bough, vol. i. pp. tradition, that the Princess of Malacca 9-12. fasted to obtain...
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

Sir James George Frazer, Robert Fraser - 1998 - 858 oldal
...then destroyed; and it is believed that through a certain physical sympathy between the person and the image, the man feels the injuries done to the image...his own body, and that when it is destroyed he must instantaneously perish' (GB1 i. 9). When in the year of the book's publication Hardy read these remarks,...
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