2 edition of Faith, fancies and fetich found in the catalog.
Faith, fancies and fetich
Stephen Septimus Farrow
|Statement||by Stephen S. Farrow ... With a foreword by Dr. R. R. Marett ...|
|LC Classifications||BL2480.Y6 F3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 180 p.|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||27012718|
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Farrow(London: MacMillan Co., ). Anaccount of the religious beliefs and practices of western African peoples, particularly the Yoruba of southern Nigeria.
Faith, Fancies and Fetich, p. 6b Herskovits says of Dahomey: "Súkpíkpa^, brings danger to another. This gbo^ is essentially a 'counter' against sorcery.
Actually, it demonstrates the principle which will be developed at greater length in the succeeding pages, that the line between good magic and bad magic is difficult to determine.
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FAITH, FANCIES & FETICH OF YORUBA PAGANISMBeing some account of the Religious Beliefs of the Yorubas of Southern Nigeria Stephen S. Farrow The writer when living in Yorubaland found that worship of the people showed a belief in Spiritual beings of various types, falling property into four distinct classes, viz (A) a Supreme Deity, Olorun.
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Fetishism, in psychology, a form of sexual deviance involving erotic attachment to an inanimate object or an ordinarily asexual part of the human body. The term fetishism was actually borrowed from anthropological writings in which “fetish” (also spelled fetich) referred to a charm thought to contain magical or spiritual powers.Faith, fancies and fetich, or, Yoruba paganism: being some account of the religious beliefs of the West African negroes, particularly of the Yoruba tribes of Southern Nigeria Farrow, Stephen Septimus.
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