Story: Sorcerers shoot with invisible arrows, causing illness
Sorcerers shoot with invisible arrows, causing illness
Sorcerers shoot with invisible arrows, causing illness. The sick man. The aid of the old women to be sought. By /han≠kass’o (L VIII.-14. 7287 and 7288; 15. 7289-7295). The wounded person feels pain and weariness. The old women 'snore' sick people and remove what ails them. Once 'snored' the person will again feel comfortable.
1) |han≠kass'o heard this story from his mother (|xabbi-an), 2) p.7293v: what the 'Bushman doctors' say when 'snoring' out the invisible arrow (it has made a bruise), 3) See also Springbok possess magic arrows and Sorcerers are like lions and What sorcerers eat and When a good–looking person is ill, 4) This story is found in Books VIII-14 and VIII-15
12 August 1878
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