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Könyvek 13 / 1 - 10. könyv a(z) Take parings of nails, hair, eyebrows, spittle, and so forth of your intended victim,... kifejezésre.
" Take parings of nails, hair, eyebrows, spittle, and so forth of your intended victim, enough to represent every part of his person, and then make them up into his likeness with wax from a deserted bees' comb. Scorch the figure slowly by holding it over... "
The Influence of Animism on Islam: An Account of Popular Superstitions - 172. oldal
szerző: Samuel Marinus Zwemer - 1920 - 246 oldal
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The Expository Times, 13. kötet

James Hastings, Ann Wilson Hastings, Edward Hastings - 1902
...so. In the first form of the Malay charm given on p. n, in order to kill the intended victim, you ' scorch the figure slowly by holding it over a lamp...liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that I scorch.' And so, as Mr. Tylor points out in his interesting chapter on ' Images and Names ' in his Early History...

Folklore, 15. kötet

Joseph Jacobs, Alfred Trübner Nutt, Arthur Robinson Wright, William Crooke - 1969
...They have the thought which it is left to Mr. Skeat's Malays to express with perfect clearness : " It is not wax that I am scorching, it is the liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that I scorch." M " Cf. G. £.,* i., 1 16. » Cf. CB? ii., 108. M Cf. GB? ii., 83. » MM, 570. This relative disjunction,...

Publications, 54. kötet

Folklore Society (Great Britain) - 1904
...They have the thought which it is left to Mr. Skeat's Malays to express with perfect clearness : " It is not wax that I am scorching, it is the liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that I scorch." 30 « Cf. G. £.,- i., uG. ' Cf. G. /?.,» ii, 108. a Cf. G. £.,'. ii., 83. » MM, 570. This relative...

A Study in the Psychology of Ritualism

Frederick Goodrich Henke - 1910 - 96 oldal
...This figure is then slowly scorched by holding it over a lamp every night for seven nights and saying: "It is not wax that I am scorching; it is the liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that I scorch."15 After the seventh time, the figure is burnt and the victim will die. In symbolic magic,...

A Study in the Psychology of Ritualism

Frederick Goodrich Henke - 1910 - 96 oldal
...to take parings of nails, hair, eyebrows, saliva, or any other part of the intended victim, and to make them up into his likeness with wax from a deserted bees' comb. This figure is then slowly scorched by holding it over a lamp every night for seven nights and saying:...

An Introduction to the Study of Social Evolution: The Prehistoric Period

Francis Stuart Chapin - 1913 - 306 oldal
...figure must be scorched slowly over a lamp every night for seven nights, with the following words : "It is not wax that I am scorching, It is the liver,...So-and-so that I scorch. ' ' After the seventh time the figure must be burned, and the victim will die.47 On the principle that like produces like, the...

Rereading Cultural Anthropology

George E. Marcus - 1992 - 403 oldal
...victim sculpted into his likeness with wax and then slowly scorched for seven nights while intoning, "It is not wax that I am scorching, it is the liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that I scorch" (Frazer 191 1:57), and this type of representation hitching likeness to substance is borne out by ethnographic...
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

James George Frazer - 1993 - 756 oldal
...spittle, and so forth of your intended victim, enough to represent every part of his person, and then make them up into his likeness with wax from a deserted...every night for seven nights, and say: " It is not wax thai I am scorching, It is the liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that I scorch." After the seventh...
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Mimesis and Alterity: A Particular History of the Senses

Michael T. Taussig - 1993 - 299 oldal
...represent every part of his person, and then make them up into his likeness with wax from a deserted bee's comb. Scorch the figure slowly by holding it over a lamp every night for seven nights, and say 'It's not the wax that I am scorching; it is the liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that 1 scorch.'...
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Early Sociology of Religion, 7. kötet

Turner B S Staff - 2004 - 216 oldal
...pretending." They have the thought which it is left to Mr Skeat's Malays to express with perfect clearness: " It is not wax that I am scorching, it is the liver, heart, and spleen of So-and-so that I scorch."8 This relative disjunction, then, of instrument and end, protasis and apodosis, being taken...
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