Story: Dead people are those who rode the Rain
Dead people are those who rode the Rain
The Rain believed to be ridden by sorcerers. By /han≠kass’o (L VIII.-27. 8399 rev. and 8400 rev., note). |han≠kass'o was told by his elders that dead people (who come out of the ground) are those who 'rode the Rain' (when living) and thus do so again (they are rain-sorcerers).
1) |han≠kass'o heard this from his maternal grandfather (Tsatsi), as well as from his maternal grandmother (≠kammi) and another person (called Tuai-an), 2) This story is found in Book VIII-27
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